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Municipalities across British Columbia go to the polls on October 20, 2018. Major investments are being made in transit and affordable…Find out more »
Mayor Nenshi was recently reelected in Calgary. The city has pledged major investments in transit, and protection against flooding remains a…Find out more »
Infrastructure features heavily amongst the priorities for all political parties in Ontario. This breakfast session will provide an analysis of the…Find out more »
The Federal Government has committed to invest $186 billion over 12 years in infrastructure. This meeting program will provide participants with an…Find out more »
Following the provincial election, this meeting program will provide an opportunity to speak to the main government departments on future plans. This…Find out more »
Quebec is undertaking a number of ambitious infrastructure projects, from the role of the Caisse in developing new transit, to unlocking…Find out more »
Municipal elections take place across Ontario on October 22, 2018. This roundtable will provide an opportunity to gauge future plans and priorities with city departments.Find out more »
Members of the Future of Infrastructure Group will meet with senior officials to discuss best-practices and solutions to optimize Ontario's infrastructure investments.…Find out more »
The election on April 26th 2019 brought a change in government in Alberta. The new government led by Jason Kenney promised to…Find out more »