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Latest News

CCPPP Congratulates Catherine McKenna as Canada’s Minister of Infrastructure and Communities

Posted on 11/21/2019
CCPPP Congratulates Catherine McKenna on new role as Canada's Minister of Infrastructure and Communities

Leading Canadian and Global Infrastructure Experts to Gather in Toronto for P3 2019

Posted on 11/16/2019
Delivering Major Transit Projects, Future-Proofing infrastructure in a Time of Climate Change and Tackling the Talent and Skilled Trades Shortage among issues to be discussed

Former Plenary Concessions CEO Mike Marasco Named 2019 Champion by CCPPP

Posted on 11/13/2019
Mike Marasco, a trailblazer in the field of infrastructure P3s, has been named the recipient of the 2019 Champion Award by The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships.

Ontario 2019 Fall Economic Update Reaffirms $144-Billion in Infrastructure Spending

Posted on 11/8/2019
Ontario reaffirmed its commitment to invest $144 billion on infrastructure over the next decade in its 2019 fall economic outlook and fiscal review

New Toronto Courthouse Wins Silver in CCPPP’s 2019 National Awards

Posted on 11/4/2019
Ontario’s first high-rise courthouse, which is set to transform access to the justice system in downtown Toronto, has won silver in this year’s National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in P3s.

Library and Archives Canada’s Gatineau 2 Project Wins Silver

Posted on 11/4/2019
Canada’s new national preservation facility, which will have the world’s largest automated storage and retrieval system for archival collections once completed, has won silver in this year’s National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in P3s

Gordie Howe International Bridge Project Wins Gold for Project Financing in 2019 National Awards

Posted on 11/4/2019
The Gordie Howe International Bridge Project, the first new major trade link under construction between the United States and Canada in four decades, has won gold in this year’s National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in P3s

City of Calgary’s Stoney CNG Bus Storage and Transit Facility Wins Silver

Posted on 11/4/2019
North America’s largest indoor compressed natural gas bus fueling complex has won silver in this year’s National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in P3s.

All-Season Highway Project Wins Gold for Project Development

Posted on 11/4/2019
The Tłı̨chǫ All-Season Road, one of the first P3s in North America with an Indigenous government holding a cash-funded equity stake, has won gold in this year’s National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in P3s.

CCPPP Announces 2019 Winners of National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in P3s

Posted on 11/4/2019
A vital all-season road connecting remote communities in Canada’s North and a cutting-edge archive that is protecting Canada’s heritage and cultural treasures are among the five winners of the 2019 National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in P3s

Alberta Tables Cost-Cutting Budget for 2019-2020

Posted on 10/25/2019
The Alberta government under Premier Jason Kenney tabled its first budget yesterday, announcing a number of cost-cutting measures aimed at growing jobs and boosting the province’s economic fortunes.

Infrastructure Ontario 2019 Market Update Unveils 32 Projects Worth More than $65 Billion

Posted on 9/10/2019
Today, Ontario Infrastructure Minister Laurie Scott unveiled a pipeline of 32 public infrastructure projects worth in excess of $65 billion at a luncheon hosted by CCPPP. This is the largest commitment to P3 infrastructure in the province’s history.

Ontario Budget 2019 Commits $144 Billion for Infrastructure over Next Decade

Posted on 4/11/2019
Ontario Finance Minister Vic Fedeli released his first budget today, outlining the key priorities of the Progressive Conservative government under Premier Doug Ford.

CCPPP Welcomes Ontario Government’s $28.5B Transit Expansion Plan for the GTA

Posted on 4/10/2019
CCPPP welcomes the $28.5 billion in public transit projects announced today by the Ontario government to help alleviate congestion in the Greater Toronto Area.

Nova Scotia Tables Balanced Budget for 2019-2020

Posted on 3/26/2019
The Nova Scotia government tabled its fourth consecutive balanced budget today, with $691.3 million for vital infrastructure projects, including highway twinning, renovating and constructing new schools, and advancing two of the largest health-care r

New Brunswick Tables Balanced 2019 Budget

Posted on 3/25/2019
The 2019 New Brunswick Budget, released last week, projects a balanced budget with a $23 million surplus this year and includes a capital allocation of $600.6 million with a focus on maintaining existing infrastructure and reducing the province’s deb

Quebec 2019 Budget Addresses Significant Infrastructure Needs

Posted on 3/25/2019
The 2019 Québec budget has put the spotlight on the province’s “significant infrastructure needs” by raising investments made under the Québec Infrastructure Plan (QIP) by $15 billion this year, with a total projected allocation of $115.4 billion ove

Saskatchewan Tables Balanced 2019 Budget

Posted on 3/21/2019
The 2019 Saskatchewan Budget, released Wednesday, projects a balanced budget with a $34.4-million surplus this year.

Budget 2019 Infrastructure Commitments include Rural High-Speed Internet and Municipal Top-Up Funds

Posted on 3/19/2019
A multi-billion-dollar commitment to help spur high-speed internet infrastructure in rural communities and a one-time top-up for municipalities and Indigenous communities are among the infrastructure-related highlights in the Government of Canada’s 2

In Era of Voter Anger Canadians Continue to Support P3s to Build Critical Infrastructure

Posted on 1/24/2019
A majority of Canadians (64 per cent) remain supportive of public-private partnerships (P3s) to build much-needed infrastructure, suggests a new Nanos Research survey.

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