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CCA to provide input on Building the Canada We Want in 2050 initiative

CCA to provide input on Building the Canada We Want in 2050 initiative

OTTAWA—Infrastructure Canada has launched a National Infrastructure Assessment consultation and the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) will be taking part.

The Building the Canada We Want in 2050 initiative will seek stakeholder input on identifying Canada’s evolving needs and priorities in the built environment for the next 30 years.

According to a release, the assessment seeks input from the public, Indigenous people, provinces, territories, municipalities and stakeholders on three main priorities: assessing Canada’s infrastructure needs and establishing a long-term vision; improving co-ordination among infrastructure owners and funders; and determining the best ways to fund and finance infrastructure.

CCA will be developing a forward-looking vision, in consultation with its membership and local associations and thought leaders in the aerospace, academic, banking, commercial, energy, transport, retail, technology and innovation sectors as well as Indigenous and industry partners and the preliminary recommendations will be reviewed at a Big Table meeting in early June, adds the release.

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