Wednesday, November 13, 2019

News

All the late breaking news about infrastructure renewal and related topics.

New schools to be built in Alberta

As part of its Budget 2019 capital plan, 15 new schools, including brand new high schools in Calgary, Edmonton, Leduc, Blackfalds, and Langdon, are...

Pattern Energy acquired by CPPIB

The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board has entered into an agreement to purchase Pattern Energy in an all-cash transaction for $26.75 per share, implying...

$29.5 million parking strategy approved for QEII New Generation project

The Government of Nova Scotia has announced another step in the QEll New Generation project to make way for new construction on the Halifax...

Toronto council approves provincial transit expansion plan

Toronto City Council has voted in support of moving forward with transit expansion with the Government of Ontario. "This is a deal that is good...

RFQ issued for Union Station Enhancement Project

Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx (MX) have released a request for qualifications (RFQ) to prequalify project teams to deliver the Union Station Enhancement project. The...

Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project reaches financial close

Wataynikaneyap Power officially announced today that it has achieved financial close and issued the notice to proceed to Valard LP (Valard) for construction of...

$1.88-billion Regina Bypass reaches substantial completion

The Government of Saskatchewan has announced the completion of the Regina Bypass. The largest transportation infrastructure project in the province’s history in now open...

N.B. investing in Port of Belledune infrastructure

The provincial government in New Brunswick is investing $7 million to increase capacity at the Port of Belledune. “Our investment will allow the port to...

Cochrane elected Premier of Northwest Territories

Range Lake MLA Caroline Cochrane has been elected as the 13th Premier of the Northwest Territories following three rounds of secret ballot amongst the...

Alberta budget cuts include infrastructure spending

The United Conservative Party, under the leadership of Premier Jason Kenney, unveiled its first budget for Albertans, with a focus on restoring the province...

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