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  • CCPPP COVID-19 Resources

    In an effort to help our members stay connected and informed on the latest infrastructure news, CCPPP has created this resource guide with our weekly COVID-19 & the Infrastructure Sector call summaries, as well as advice from government and the infrastructure industry on various issues members may face during this time. The Council will keep this updated as often as possible.

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  • New Brunswick Projects 2020-2021 Budget Surplus; Reduces Taxes on Gas and Rental Properties

    New Brunswick Finance Minister Ernie Steeves tabled a $10.2-billion budget focused on lowering the province’s debt, while addressing priority areas such as health care and education.

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  • Alberta Budget Invests $19.3 Billion in Capital Projects Over Next Three Years with Emphasis on P3s

    The Alberta government will invest $19.3 billion in infrastructure over the next three years, Finance Minister Travis Toews announced as he tabled the province’s $56.8-billion 2020 budget.

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  • Nova Scotia Projects Budget Surplus; Notes Infrastructure Investments will Raise Net Debt

    Nova Scotia is projecting a surplus of $55 million in the fiscal year ahead, while making commitments to spend an estimated $1.04 billion in revitalizing the province’s infrastructure, as well as tens of millions in new funding on social programs to help low-income families, people with disabilities and students.

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  • Balanced B.C. Budget Invests $22.9 Billion in Infrastructure

    The British Columbia government will invest $22.9 billion over the next three years into its taxpayer-supported capital spending plans — the highest level in the province’s history — for new and upgraded hospitals and health facilities, highway and transit projects, schools and housing.

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  • Les études de cas sur les prix nationaux du CCPPP 2018 sont disponibles

    Détails du projet The Quad de l'Université York, du projet de remplacement du pont de la route de banlieue nord et du pont routier à Saskatoon et du projet de transmission à 500 kV de Fort McMurray West

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