Monday, September 20, 2021

Tag: CCPPP

What impact should next federal government have on public infrastructure sector?

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In recent years, Canada has seen record investment in infrastructure from the federal government. But despite annual commitments of billions of dollars, most agree that...

Municipal Project Bundling

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An effective way to accelerate infrastructure delivery?  By Andy Manahan Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, municipal finances are tight and even with funding support from senior...

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...

Examining P3s and alternative procurement models

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The public-private partnership (P3) model for infrastructure delivery isn’t the only solution for delivering large-scale infrastructure projects in Canada, but it should be very...

Commentary: The start-up CIB has reached commercial-scale

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The past few years have seen a litany of news reports, opinion columns, and political rants and raves targeted at the perceived lack of...

Ontario releases Spring 2020 P3 Market Update

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Ontario Minister of Infrastructure Laurie Scott and Infrastructure Ontario CEO Ehren Cory joined Mark Romoff, president and CEO of the Canadian Council for Public-Private...

Ontario unveils its P3 Market Update

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Hundreds of infrastructure industry stakeholders packed Toronto’s Arcadian Court for the announcement of Infrastructure Ontario’s new project pipeline. Unveiled by Minister of Infrastructure Laurie Scott,...

The Next Government

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In the past decade, Canada has seen record investment in infrastructure from the federal government. But despite annual commitments of billions of dollars from both...

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,...

Evolving the P3 model

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The public-private partnership model has been, for the most part, a success story for infrastructure development in Canada. It has produced complex infrastructure projects...
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