Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Tag: Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships

P3 2022 Conference wraps up with presentation of Champion Award

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The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) wrapped up P3 2022, its 30th annual conference in Toronto with sessions highlighting the growing trend of...

Annual P3 Conference celebrates 30 years as delivery model remains relevant

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Canada’s public-private partnership (P3) sector may be approaching middle age, but the infrastructure model continues to be relevant, according to Lisa Mitchell, president and...

CCPPP announces winners of 2022 National Awards

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A bundle of Alberta high schools and a state-of-the-art national archival facility are among the seven winners of the 2022 National Awards for Innovation and...

CCPPP President and CEO Lisa Mitchell on evolving the P3 market

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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...

CCPPP welcomes eight new members to its 2021-2022 Board of Directors

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The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships announced its 2021-2022 Board of Directors. The 30-person board was elected virtually by member organizations at the Council’s...

CCPPP names 2021 Champion award-winners

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Jim King, founder of EllisDon Capital, and David Podmore, founder and chair of Concert Infrastructure were named as winners of the 2021 Champion Award...

CCPPP names news president and CEO

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The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) announced that Lisa Mitchell has been named as President and Chief Executive Officer. She will assume her...

CCPPP CEO Romoff to step down

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The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) announced that Mark Romoff will be stepping down as president and CEO on May 31. Romoff recently celebrated 10...

Infrastructure’s vulnerability in a populist climate

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The rise of populist governments and politics is changing the way we need to approach the narrative on building infrastructure in Ontario, North America,...