Monday, September 20, 2021

Tag: federal election

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

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...

Canada’s Federal Election and the Infrastructure Impact

By John Allen After a 2019 election that saw Justin Trudeau’s Liberal party form a minority government, the Prime Minister sent Canadians back to the...

Survey probes construction workforce’s top election priorities

A new survey conducted by Abacus Data took the pulse of Canada’s skilled trades workforce to find out what matters most this election; from...

Online advocacy campaign launched by CCA ahead of federal election

The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) has established the Construction Action Network, a web-based letter-writing campaign designed to communicate industry issues to federal election candidates. “Facing...

Housing crisis must remain an election priority, says construction group

The Residential Construction Council of Ontario (RESCON) said it is pleased that the country’s housing crisis is shaping up to be a key issue...

Minority government leaves a majority of unanswered questions

Results weren’t in from any of the polls in British Columbia yet, but at a few minutes after 10:00pm eastern time, the networks declared...

B.C. Mayors’ Council releases Cure Congestion election report

The Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation in British Columbia has released the Cure Congestion Federal Election Voters’ Guide, summarizing commitments to transit and transportation...

Election debate sees candidates take deep dive on transportation policy

About a month ahead of the Oct. 21 federal election, Transport Futures hosted a special transportation debate at the University of Toronto. Moderated by...