Thursday, May 19, 2022


Accurate data gets Ontario transit infrastructure projects moving faster

By Armando LaCivita In April 2019, the Ontario government announced a historic $28.5-billion transportation plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe Region (GTHA), including four priority...

How can we make Canada’s infrastructure more resilient?

Situation Critical Climate change impacts could leave Canadians physically and financially under water as a warming and increasingly volatile climate damages public and private infrastructure....

CCPPP President and CEO Lisa Mitchell on evolving the P3 market

Pivotal Partnerships By Connie Vitello Partnerships between the public and private sectors can make a critical difference in terms of delivering essential infrastructure and services to...

Reaching net zero targets includes working with Indigenous people

Canada and the United States will not meet their Net Zero Targets without the full inclusion of Indigenous people. Here’s why. By Mark Podlasly and...

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National Public Works Week honours public works professionals

Each year across North America, National Public Works Week (NPWW) is celebrated by the American Public Works Association's (APWA) 30,000 members in hundreds of...

CIB to fund retrofitting of buildings to net zero carbon emissions...

With a $136.6-million investment from the Canada Infrastructure Bank, Canadian real estate company Dream is embarking on a decarbonization initiative that will see 19 buildings...

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