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
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.
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.
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.
Posted on 5/24/2018
CCPPP welcomes the federal government’s appointment of Pierre Lavallée as the inaugural CEO of the Canada Infrastructure Bank.
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.
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
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.
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.
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
Posted on 3/29/2018
Ontario’s Budget 2018 has been tabled ten weeks ahead of the provincial election on June 7th. The government commits to continuing its record investment in transit, roads, hospitals, schools, bridges and railway systems.
Posted on 3/28/2018
The Government of Québec tabled its 2018-2019 Budget and 10-year Infrastructure Plan as a lead-up to the provincial election to be held in October. The 4th consecutive balanced budget included several spending increases in health, education and infra
Posted on 3/25/2018
As the the leading voice for P3s in Canada, we whole heartedly endorse Premier Pallister and the Manitoba government’s approach to building five new schools in the province
Posted on 3/23/2018
The Alberta and Nova Scotia Budgets included investments in infrastructure, transit and hospitals.
Posted on 3/20/2018
The Ontario Government unveiled its 2018 Throne Speech, which is a prelude to its Budget that will be issued on March 28th.
Posted on 3/12/2018
The Progressive Conservative Government of Manitoba released its third budget Monday
Posted on 3/1/2018
In 2018, Governments across Canada continue to make historic investments in rail services. The current plan is to expand the rapid transit network in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area of southern Ontario.
Posted on 2/14/2018
In May 2017, the Ontario government introduced changes to the Ontario Construction Lien Act
Posted on 1/19/2018
The NDP of Ontario is simply wrong to say that Carillion’s highway and snowplowing contracts are public-private partnerships (P3s).
Posted on 11/24/2017
CCPPP enthusiastically salutes the Government of Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge. This is an exciting initiative that will allow Canadian communities to take a global leadership role in this first digital century.