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Recommendations for the Federal Phase 2 Infrastructure Spend

Over the coming decade, decisions about how the federal government's Phase 2 infrastructure investments are made will play a critical role in shaping the...

Feds Announce Limits for Lead in Drinking Water

The Government of Canada’s Federal-Provincial-Territorial Committee on Drinking Water has released a report for public consultation on lead in drinking water for the purposes...

Cost Control and Financial Awareness in the Operation of P3s

A new white paper published by Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) and Service Works Group argues that a strong and enduring contractual relationship...

Water Top Priority for First Nations Infrastructure

Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde opened the National Housing and Infrastructure Forum in Winnipeg, MB, on November 1st by calling for a First...

Water & Green Infrastructure Profiled in Morneau’s Fall Statement

In today’s Fall Economic Statement, Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced new measures to ensure "middle class progress," to identify priorities for the Phase 2...

Pensions and a New Era of Canadian Infrastructure Financing

Justin Trudeau's Liberal government handed down a budget this spring that indicates the government is set to spend a remarkable $120 billion on new...

Barrie Continues to Upgrade Stormwater Infrastructure

Barrie, ON, has begun a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Study to determine necessary stormwater infrastructure improvements required to reduce flooding on both private and...

Ottawa to Update Water, Wastewater, Stormwater Rates

Ottawa’s announcement assured residents that “over 85 [per cent] of their 400,000 households and properties will see no change to their monthly water bill

B.C. Announced $148.5 million for Water and Wastewater

The Clean Water and Wastewater Fund is an infrastructure program that will enable critical investments in local government infrastructure

Referendum for Cast Iron Water Mains in Moose Jaw

The city estimates the cost of the replacement at $1857 per metre of lot frontage meaning homeowners would pay approximately $557

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