Sunday, August 18, 2019

Tag: Infrastructure

Canada announces new reserve infrastructure investment program

The Government of Canada announced a new Reserve infrastructure investment program that will see approximately $250 million in repairs and upgrades to Reserve armouries...

Ball announces 140 community infrastructure projects

Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball announced that $123 million will be invested in 140 community infrastructure projects for all regions in the province...

Ontario announces significant changes to its cabinet

The Government of Ontario announced sweeping changes to its cabinet, with most key portfolios getting fresh faces. Monte McNaughton and Laurie Scott swapped portfolios, with...

Manitoba launches ICIP program

The Government of Manitoba has officially launched the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP), a program that will invest a combined more than $3...

Ignoring Current Needs?

Most expectations for the pending arrival of automated vehicles (AVs) involve increases or decreases in personal risks such as safety, security, cyber-hacking, or privacy....

Liberals capture minority in Newfoundland-Labrador

By the slimmest of margins, Liberal leader Dwight Ball is likely returning to power in Newfoundland and Labrador. We say likely, because as the polls...

Smart Cities Challenge winners revealed

The Government of Canada announced the four winners of the country's first-ever Smart Cities Challenge, the pan-Canadian competition that encouraged communities to harness the...

NDP, UCP release election platforms

The governing New Democratic Party (NDP) and the challenging United Conservative Party (UCP) have released their platforms ahead of the April 16th election, providing...

Canada invests in Saskatchewan water and wastewater infrastructure

Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Ralph Goodale has announced funding for eight new water and wastewater projects in Saskatchewan. The funding will support...

Manitoba increases water infrastructure funding

The Manitoba government has increased the Manitoba Water Services Board capital budget by $2 million for 2019-20, to a total of $15.8 million, Municipal...
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