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Alberta welcomes new Minister of Infrastructure

October 18, 2017 -

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has announced a series of changes to the province’s cabinet, including the appointment of Calgary-North West MLA Sandra Jansen as the new Minister of Infrastructure. “Alberta’s economy is looking up, but there is more work to do – especially in Calgary, where...

Categories: News, Western Canada

Make users pay for the water services they use: report

September 27, 2017 -

Municipal water and wastewater services are vital to our health, the economy, and the environment. These networks of infrastructure produce and deliver clean drinking water and remove and treat wastewater. Yet there are hidden problems in many municipalities: Canadians are some of the biggest water...

Categories: National, News

Ministers hold productive discussions on infrastructure

September 25, 2017 -

The Government of Canada convened the second federal, provincial, and territorial meeting of ministers responsible for infrastructure. Federal minister of infrastructure and communities Amarjeet Sohi and Ontario minister of infrastructure Bob Chiarelli co-hosted the meeting. The ministers began the...

Categories: National, News

The right plan could save Ontario billions on infrastructure

September 21, 2017 -

With billions of dollars at stake and an Ontario economy in need of productivity-enhancing infrastructure, a new study says that improvements could be made to the evaluation process used by governments to select projects. More than $200 billion has been pledged by the federal government, and the Government...

Categories: News, Ontario

B.C. Government provides budget update

September 13, 2017 -

The Government of B.C., under the leadership of premier John Horgan, has issued its first budget update stating financial priorities for the months ahead. The Budget Update outlined current public sector infrastructure investment commitments: $2.6 billion for post-secondary institutions around...

Categories: News, Western Canada

McCall appointed as Parsons' Toronto Infrastructure Market Leader

September 6, 2017 -

Parsons has announced the appointment of Joanne McCall, senior vice president, to the position of market leader for the Greater Toronto Region. She will immediately assume responsibility for growing business in the region, while she continues her current duties as Parsons’ Civil/Structural Division...

Categories: News, Ontario

Conservatives unveil shadow cabinet

August 31, 2017 -

Federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has unveiled his shadow cabinet, assigning Michael Chong with the task of watching over the infrastructure portfolio. Chong is the Member of Parliament for the riding of Wellington-Halton Hills, located just west of the Greater Toronto Area. Chong was first...

Categories: National, News

$175 million committed for improving Arctic infrastructure

August 28, 2017 -

Minister of Transport Marc Garneau has announced a total investment of over $175 million in seven measures to help protect Arctic waters as part of the Oceans Protection Plan. These measures include: A commitment of $94.3 million over five years to support safer and more efficient Arctic resupply...

Categories: News, Northern Canada

Bidders selected for Centre for Excellence in Transportation Infrastructure project

August 21, 2017 -

Infrastructure Ontario (IO), on behalf of the Ministry of Transportation, has released a bid call to ten prequalified contractors to build the new Centre for Excellence in Transportation Infrastructure in North York. An open, competitive request for qualifications process, overseen by IO, began in...

Categories: News, Ontario

Political leaders say no to HST hike for infrastructure

August 16, 2017 -

One day after Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) president Lynn Dollin recommended a one per cent hike in the HST to help pay for municipal infrastructure, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has stated that she does not support the idea. Speaking at AMO’s annual conference, held this year...

Categories: News, Ontario

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