Thursday, April 2, 2020

Tag: Infrastructure

A moment to give thanks

It has been a difficult few weeks. Some have lost their job, some have watched loved ones fight a disease that they can’t understand,...

Tracking cancelled and postponed industry events

The team at ReNew Canada is tracking industry events across Canada and around the world that are being cancelled, postponed, or moved online as...

Manitoba releases its infrastructure priorities for 2020-21

Manitoba Minister of Infrastructure Ron Schuler now has a clear picture of what he is expected to accomplish in the year ahead following the...

Commentary: Why Canada needs a strategy for aging assets

Asset management budgets are strained. That’s not new news. But the fact that this is the case in a time of record infrastructure investment...

What Comes Next?

Few years will have as much impact on infrastructure development as 2019 did. In the past 12 months we saw Ontario reveal its pipeline,...

Ministry mandate letter released for Infrastructure and Communities

The Government of Canada has released its mandate letters for ministries throughout the federal government, including the Ministry of Infrastructure and Communities. The letter outlines...

New standards developed for northern infrastructure

Building in the far north has always presented unique design challenges. But now, with the increase in annual average temperatures being felt particularly strongly...

FCM releases recommendations for government’s first 100 days

By working together in the coming months, this country’s federal and municipal representatives can concretely improve the lives of Canadians from coast to coast...

New cabinet brings McKenna to infrastructure

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has named his new cabinet, with several new faces in portfolios related to the infrastructure sector. Former Minister of Environment and...

Premier Moe unveils 2030 Growth Plan for Saskatchewan

Premier Scott Moe released Saskatchewan’s Growth Plan: the Next Decade of Growth 2020-2030. The plan is a roadmap for building a stronger Saskatchewan. “Our province has...
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