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The objectives of this position paper are to: educate decision-makers on the implications of budgetary and accounting treatment for PPP delivery; achieve a degree of consistency in treatment across Canada and between transactions; ensure that auditors have access to appropriate accounting standards; and ultimately achieve clear, specific PPP accounting standards for Canada, consistent with international best practices.
Published: 07/2008; 87 pages.
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Detailed case study of the Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) Long-Term Accommodation Project, the recipient of the 2011 CCPPP National Silver Award for Project Financing.

Communication Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) provides the Government of Canada with foreign signals intelligence in support of defence and foreign policy and the protection of electronic information and communication. CSEC’s P3 agreement with Plenary Properties LTAP LP requires... Details
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Detailed case study of L'Adresse Symphonique in Montreal, Quebec, the recipient of the 2011 CCPPP National Gold Award for Infrastructure.

Quebec’s Minister of Culture, Communications and the Status of Women partnered with Groupe immobilier Ovation to build a world-class concert hall that would be a fitting home for the internationally-renowned Orchestre symphonique de Montréal (OSM) and an attraction for music lovers. L’Adresse symphonique Project delivered La Maison... Details
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Detailed case study of the Surrey Pretrial Services Centre Expansion Project in British Columbia, the recipient of the 2011 CCPPP National Gold Award for Project Financing.

The partnership between British Columbia’s Minister of Labour, Citizens' Services and Open Government and Brookfield Infrastructure Partnerships Surrey is providing the Surrey Pretrial Services Centre with 216 high-security inmate cells in six new living units, renovations to the existing 149 cells,... Details
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Detailed case studies of: 1) the BC Cancer Agency Centre for the North and 2) the Fort St. John Hospital and Residential Care Project, which were recipients of the 2012 CCPPP National Gold Award for Infrastructure and Silver Award for Infrastructure.

The $72.2 million BC Cancer Centre for the North in Prince George gives the communities of northern British Columbia closer access to cancer treatment and diagnostic services. The 54,000-square-metre facility has received... Details
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Detailed case study of the Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal Project in Montréal, Québec, the 2012 CCPPP National Gold Award for Project Financing.

Three hospitals in downtown Montréal - the oldest in North America - will be replaced by CHUM, a new multi-building university hospital complex providing specialized care and acting as a tertiary referral centre for 1.7 million Quebecers. The principal 24-storey building will open in 2016. The $3.17 billion... Details
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Detailed case study of the Disraeli Freeway and Bridges Project in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the recipient of the 2012 C.W. Chuck Wills Award, presented to outstanding P3 projects at the municipal level.

The Disraeli Bridges Freeway Project is the winner of the Chuck Wills Award, presented to outstanding municipal P3 projects. It replaces a rapidly aging 2-kilometre stretch of freeway with a new road and two bridge structures over the Red River and CP Rail mainline. Plenary... Details
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Detailed case study of the OPP Modernization Project, the 2013 National Silver Award for Infrastructure.

Ontario’s first Alternative Financing and Procurement project to be financed by a long-term fully amortizing bank loan since the 2008 financial crisis, the OPP Modernization Project bundled 18 facilities across Ontario into one project, enabling it to attract national and global developers and investors. Early prototyping, then transferring learning to subsequent... Details
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Detailed case study of the Single Room Occupancy Renewal Initiative Project, the 2013 National Award for Social Housing Innovation.

Thirteen single-room occupancy (SRO) hotels owned by BC Housing in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, century old buildings housing approximately 900 of some of Canada's most vulnerable residents, were in urgent need of renovation. Procuring interim accommodation for displaced tenants, providing ongoing access to medical and social programs... Details
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Detailed case study of the Greater Sudbury Biosolids Management Facility, the 2013 Chuck Wills Award winner.

After 30 years of disposing of its sewage sludge in nearby mining tailing ponds, the City of Greater Sudbury partnered with N-Viro Systems Canada LP to find a more environmentally sustainable solution;
the Biosolids Management Facility will also generate a value-added product to be used in agriculture and mining reclamation. Sudbury’s first P3 and the first... Details
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Detailed case study of the Elgin County Courthouse, the 2014 Gold Award for Infrastructure winner.

The new Elgin County Courthouse in St. Thomas, Ontario, which consolidates the Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Justice under one roof, includes eight courtrooms and three conference rooms. The new complex connects the historic courthouse and former Land Registry Office building with a modern addition that preserves and incorporates most exterior façades,... Details

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Detailed case study of the Elgin County Courthouse, the 2014 Gold Award for Infrastructure winner.

The new Elgin County Courthouse in St. Thomas, Ontario, which consolidates the Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Justice under one roof, includes eight courtrooms and three conference rooms. The new complex connects the historic courthouse and former Land Registry Office building with a modern addition that preserves and incorporates most exterior façades,... Details

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Detailed case study of the John Hart Generating Station Replacement Project, the 2014 National Gold Award for Project Financing winner.

Once completed in 2018, this $1.1 billion project to replace the 68-year-old John Hart Generating Station will increase the generating station’s annual power output by almost 10 per cent, as well as improve earthquake preparedness and reliability and address environmental concerns; the innovative underground powerhouse will enhance public... Details

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Detailed case study of the John Hart Generating Station Replacement Project, the 2014 National Gold Award for Project Financing winner.

Once completed in 2018, this $1.1 billion project to replace the 68-year-old John Hart Generating Station will increase the generating station’s annual power output by almost 10 per cent, as well as improve earthquake preparedness and reliability and address environmental concerns; the innovative underground powerhouse will enhance public... Details

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Detailed case study of the Regina Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade Project, the 2014 Chuck Wills Award winner.

After a rigorous evaluation process Regina’s City Council unanimously approved a public-private partnership for its Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade project, which was then ratified in a public referendum, for an estimated savings of $138.1 million compared to traditional procurement. The upgrade project will meet the needs of the municipality’s fast-growing... Details