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Recent News Releases

Leonard Brody Joins Speaker Lineup for P3 2018

Posted on 9/20/2018
CCPPP is pleased to announce Leonard Brody, an award- winning entrepreneur, venture capitalist, bestselling author and a two-time Emmy nominated media visionary, is joining our exciting lineup of speakers at P3 2018

Canada Infrastructure Bank President & CEO to Speak at P3 2018

Posted on 9/13/2018
The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships is pleased to announce Pierre Lavallée, President and CEO of the Canada Infrastructure Bank, will be a keynote speaker at CCPPP’s 26th Annual Conference.

P3 2018 Conference to Open with Canada’s Minister of Infrastructure and Communities

Posted on 9/5/2018
CCPPP is pleased to announce the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Canada’s Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, will deliver the opening keynote address at CCPPP’s 26th Annual Conference on Monday, November 5, 2018.

News Release - CCPPP Congratulates Premier-Designate Doug Ford

Posted on 6/8/2018
The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) congratulates Premier-Designate Doug Ford and the Progressive Conservatives on their election victory in Ontario.

News Release - CCPPP Welcomes Inaugural President and CEO of the Canada Infrastructure Bank

Posted on 5/24/2018
CCPPP welcomes the federal government’s appointment of Pierre Lavallée as the inaugural CEO of the Canada Infrastructure Bank.

Federal Government Infrastructure Plan Update

Posted on 4/26/2018
Canada’s Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi has presented an update on the federal government’s infrastructure plans. The government has committed a total of $186.7 billion over a 12-year period.

It’s a Plan for the Past: Analyzing the NDP Platform

Posted on 4/18/2018
CCPPP applauds the Ontario NDP for its election platform commitment to invest in infrastructure over the next decade. Unfortunately, the party’s vision for the future returns Ontario to an era of no accountability, higher costs, time delays, and zero

Saskatchewan Budget Focuses on Targeted Investments and Fiscal Restraint

Posted on 4/11/2018
Saskatchewan released its 2018-19 Budget on April 10th and focused on controlling government spending, delivering high quality service, no tax increases, economic growth, and returning towards a balanced budget.

Activities of Note from Governments Across Canada

Posted on 4/6/2018
There is a lot of activity happening in the infrastructure sector across federal, provincial, territorial, and indigenous governments. A few things to pay attention to over the next few weeks and months.

CCPPP Indigenous Infrastructure Update

Posted on 4/4/2018
Federal Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott opened our 25th Annual National Conference in November with a call for the private sector to build stronger partnerships with indigenous communities and to bring new and innovative solutions to the t

Recent Research

67% of Canadians Are Supportive of Public-Private Partnerships

Two out of three Canadians surveyed by Nanos Research support governments using public-private partnerships (P3s) to build infrastructure across the country. Sixty-seven per cent told the pollster they would support or somewhat support the use of P3 to design, build, finance, maintain, and in some cases, operate these new public facilities.

Creating An Effective Canadian Infrastructure Bank

This report commissioned by the Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario (RCCAO) provides an important starting point for discussions on establishing a Canadian Infrastructure Bank. It analyzes potential structures and outlines the benefits that a federal infrastructure bank could provide.

Report: P3 Approach Superior to Traditional Procurement

A report by the Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management compared the P3 approach to traditional procurement and found the P3 approach to be "generally superior" because it "brings to bear specialized expertise, due diligence and accountability mechanisms that are not possible to replicate in the political environment in which public sector managers work.

Opinion Research Finds Canadians' Support P3s

CCPPP released two summary reports of public opinion research completed in 2015 by Nanos Research. Focus group research conducted in seven cities reinforced that Canadians understand and are supportive of P3 projects. Across all sectors and all cities, there was support for P3s and when probed about specific projects in their communities, support was almost universal.

What the world can learn from Canada's P3 record

Report: What the World Can Learn from Canada's P3 Record

A white paper released today by Service Works Global (SWG) in collaboration with CCPPP identifies the key factors that have made Canada a global leader in public-private partnerships, including: a stable pipeline; efficient procurement; a diverse market for project finance; and a supportive political environment.

What the world can learn from Canada's P3 record

News Release - Public-Private Partnerships Generate Over $51 Billion for Canadian Economy

Public-private partnerships (P3s) are major contributors to Canada’s economy, generating $51.2 billion in direct economic output and 290,680 direct full-time equivalent jobs between 2003 and 2012. With the public sector facing aging infrastructure, population growth and budget constraints, P3s are bringing together the expertise of both the private and public sector to expand the number and scale of infrastructure investments for public benefit.


Justin Trudeau at 2014 Conference

In November 2014, federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau offered his thoughts to our P3 2014 conference delegates on Canada’s infrastructure needs.



Justin Trudeau à la conférence de 2014

En novembre 2014, le chef du parti libéral Justin Trudeau a fait part de ses réflexions à nos délégués de la conférence de 2014 sur les P3 concernant les besoins en infrastructure du Canada.