Thursday, November 26, 2020

Tag: Infrastructure

NL accepting applications for new COVID-19 stimulus upgrade projects

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The provincial government has issued a call for applications for the new $23.4 million COVID-19 Stimulus Program for communities in Newfoundland and Labrador. “The COVID-19...

The Bank’s new leadership

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He may have been on the job for a little over seven days, but when we caught up with new Canada Infrastructure Bank CEO...

Capital budget with infrastructure plans for PEI to become net-zero

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Prince Edward Island (PEI) Premier Dennis King and Finance Minister Darlene Compton tabled the government's capital budget outlining $195.9 million in planned spending on...

Ontario increases investments to renew universities and colleges

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The Ontario government is making an investment in critical maintenance, repairs, upgrades and renewals of $466 million in capital grants over three years starting...

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...

Saskatchewan announces new cabinet, new portfolio for infrastructure

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Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has announced a number of significant changes to the cabinet after receiving a renewed majority mandate in the province’s 29th...

Turning down the heat

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By Justin Crewson, Dan Gent, and Shahrzad Simab If you ask an electric utility professional about what is top of mind for them day-to-day, you...

SNC-Lavalin appoints Dale Clarke as president of infrastructure services 

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SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. recently announced the appointment of Dale Clarke as president of Infrastructure Services. Based in Toronto, Ontario, Clarke will report to Ian...

Canada Infrastructure Bank appoints Ehren Cory as CEO

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The Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) Board of Directors announced the appointment of Ehren Cory as chief executive officer (CEO). “Over the last six months, the...

Infrastructure a key focus of Saskatchewan election

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As the October 26th election draws near, issues regarding infrastructure and construction continue to make headlines in Saskatchewan. It has primarily been two different approaches...
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