Thursday, April 25, 2019

Tag: Infrastructure

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...

McNaughton on trade mission in Germany

Minister of Infrastructure Monte McNaughton is in Germany to reinforce opportunities in Ontario for companies in the infrastructure space. The mission to Germany takes place...

Ontario launches first stream of infrastructure funding

The Government of Ontario has announced its plan for rolling out $30 billion in infrastructure funding provided by all three levels of government. The first...

Nova Scotia releases its 2019-20 Capital Plan

Nova Scotia’s Finance and Treasury Board Minister Karen Casey has released Capital Plan 2019-20, the government’s annual infrastructure investment plan to lay out capital...

Alberta investing in flood resilience infrastructure

As part of its $150 million in dedicated funding to Calgary, the province has approved new Alberta Community Resilience Program grants totalling $15 million...

Commentary: The what-ifs of SNC-Lavalin

For weeks now, ReNew Canada has avoided reporting on the news surrounding SNC-Lavalin (SNC) and the federal government. And for good reason. Much of...

EA approved for Route 389 Improvement Project

Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna has announced that the proposed Route 389 Improvement Project between Fire Lake and Fermont is not...

Canada simplifying process for infrastructure funding

François-Philippe Champagne, Canada's Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, outlined some of the ways in which the Government is making the terms and conditions of...
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