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Registration open for 30th P3 conference in Toronto

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Registration open for 30th P3 conference in Toronto

TORONTO — Infrastructure experts and influencers will be gathering for the 30th anniversary of the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) P3 conference in Toronto this fall.

P3 2022 will take place Nov. 21 and 22 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. This year’s theme is one of celebration and exploration, indicates a release. The conference will explore how governments and industry are continuing to evolve and innovate the P3 model and build on its successes to address the challenges of today and the future.

The event features two days of discussions; thought leaders tackling issues; networking opportunities; and a first-ever Innovations Marketplace.

Keynotes and general session topics will include How the Canadian P3 Sector Can Triumph in a Time of Upheaval; The Search for Canada’s Nation Building Mojo: Can We Still Build Big?; Start Me Up: Canada’s Energy Renaissance; The Big Squeeze: Canada’s Infrastructure Ministers on the Challenges of the Post-Pandemic Infrastructure Boom; Green Innovation: How the Private Sector is Breaking Down Barriers to Innovation and Executing Better Projects; and Too Much Choice? Canada’s Agency Heads on Navigating the New Models.

Breakout session topics include Indigenous Partnerships and the Future of Net Zero Infrastructure Development; The Need For O&M; High Frequency Rail: “How to Build a Railway”; Rural Broadband: Unspooling the Lessons Learned to Date; and COVID-19 Impacts on Risk Structures within the P3 Model.

The conference offers attendees onsite lounges, the International Café and Innovations Marketplace and use of the Delegate Directory.

For more information or to register click here.

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