Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Tag: pandemic

Toronto kicks off more than $1 billion in construction projects for...

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Toronto Mayor John Tory has announced the start of the city's 2021 construction season with more than $1 billion in infrastructure work planned for...

Preliminary work begins on Pattullo Bridge replacement in B.C.

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Preliminary in-river work recently began on the new toll-free Pattullo Bridge replacement. This staged work marks the beginning of the project to build a...

CIB partnership to expand broadband in rural Manitoba

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The Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) and private sector partners are investing in a first of its kind project to significantly expand broadband and connect...

Ontario releases record-breaking budget, including healthcare infrastructure funds

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Ontario's Minister of Finance and president of the Treasury Board, Peter Bethlenfalvy, has released the 2021 budget, Ontario's Action Plan: Protecting People's Health and...

Keeping the funds flowing for SOGR projects

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By Peter Smith and Nadia Todorova COVID-19 has battered the Canadian economy, shaken the pillars of industry, and caused untold human suffering. The pandemic has...

Additional support announced for Ontario healthcare infrastructure

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The Ontario government is providing more than $1.2 billion to help Ontario's public hospitals recover from financial pressures created and worsened by COVID-19. "Hospitals have...

Canada’s first national infrastructure assessment calls for public feedback

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Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, has launched an engagement paper on Canada’s first national infrastructure assessment: Building the Canada We Want in...

Yukon tables investments for infrastructure and renewable energy

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Yukon Premier and Finance Minister Sandy Silver has tabled a $1.79 billion budget that includes significant investments in community infrastructure and renewable energy projects. "Having...

Infrastructure’s role at the heart of the recovery

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By John Allen At the start of the year, 2020 was expected to be a relatively quiet one politically in Canada. After a global pandemic...

New recommendations and leadership for BC Hydro’s site C

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The British Columbia government is acting to address the challenges facing Site C from COVID-19 and other factors to ensure the energy infrastructure project...
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