Posted on 4/7/2021
To combat the pandemic and protect the health and well-being of its residents, Manitoba will invest a record amount in health care this year — $6.98 billion, Finance Minister Scott Fielding announced today as he released Budget 2021: Protecting Manit
Posted on 4/6/2021
Saskatchewan will invest a record $6.54 billion in health care, as well as $3.1 billion in capital projects to protect people and pave the way for economic recovery as the province emerges from the pandemic.
Posted on 3/25/2021
Nova Scotia Finance Minister Labi Kousoulis tabled the 2021-2022 budget today and predicted that in four years the Maritime province’s books will once again be balanced.
Posted on 3/25/2021
Québec is predicting it will return to its pre-pandemic level of economic activity by the end of 2021, however returning to balanced budgets will take an estimated seven years, said Finance Minister Eric Girard as he tabled the province’s 2021-2022 b
Posted on 3/24/2021
Ontario tabled its 2021 budget today with a split focus: providing billions in extra funding to defeat the pandemic and to enable small businesses and communities to successfully bring their economies back to life.
Posted on 2/26/2021
The Alberta government budget for 2021 is firmly focused on helping the province successfully emerge from the pandemic with a $1.25-billion COVID-19 contingency fund, a $1.7-billion increase in capital funding and no new taxes or tax increases.
Posted on 2/9/2021
CCPPP applauds the federal government’s decision to ensure the Canada Infrastructure Bank, as it continues to evolve and grow, plays a central role in the country’s economic recovery from the pandemic.
Posted on 1/28/2021
The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) congratulates Tamara Vrooman on her appointment as chair of the Canada Infrastructure Bank.
Posted on 1/27/2021
A new report, produced by Constructive Edge in collaboration with CCPPP, focuses on CBAs used on infrastructure projects, in Canada and abroad, with an overview of similar socio-economic advancement policies used in Canada.
Posted on 12/1/2020
Mark Bain, Chair of The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships, and Mark Romoff, President and CEO, are pleased to announce the Council's 2020-2021 Board of Directors.
Posted on 11/30/2020
The Canadian government has tabled its fall economic statement aimed at fighting COVID-19 and protecting the health, jobs and economy of the country with up to $100 billion in stimulus spending over the next three years.
Posted on 11/18/2020
Vital transportation projects that are transforming the safety and boosting economic growth in communities, a regional hospital and a massive energy modernization project of national importance are among the five winners of the 2020 National Awards f
Posted on 11/5/2020
The Ontario government has tabled its 2020-21 budget, committing $45 billion in support over three years to protect, support and recover from the devastating social and economic fallout from the pandemic.
Posted on 9/23/2020
CCPPP is pleased to announce case studies are now available on three of the projects that were recipients of CCPPP's 2019 National Awards for Innovation & Excellence.
Posted on 8/26/2020
For the 10th year in a row, CCPPP is pleased to award up to 12 talented post-secondary students from across Canada the opportunity to attend its 28th Annual Conference.
Posted on 7/9/2020
Applications are now open for The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships’ 2020 National Awards for Innovation & Excellence.
Posted on 6/30/2020
Yesterday, the Province of Alberta launched their COVID-19 Recovery Plan focused on protecting Albertans, creating private sector jobs, building core infrastructure and diversifying the economy. The plan contains a 40 per cent increase in their previ
Posted on 5/26/2020
In recent days, CCPPP has had a chance to hear from many of our members about their concerns regarding the unprecedented impact the global pandemic is having on the infrastructure sector.