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ICYMI: Your DCN-JOC P3 conference coverage in one place

DCN-JOC News Services
ICYMI: Your DCN-JOC P3 conference coverage in one place

TORONTO — The 29th annual Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) conference was full of expert stakeholders and politicians who were ready to take on the issues of the day.

Taking place from Nov. 16 to 18, the conference tackled what role P3s can play to get shovels in the ground quickly to boost economic recovery during and post-pandemic; how different delivery models are changing the procurement landscape; an update on the Canada Infrastructure Bank; and some important tips to help bolster relationships with Indigenous partners.

The Daily Commercial News and Journal of Commerce were on hand each day of the conference and below is the full spectrum on the news team’s coverage.

CIB hits its stride with 20 projects in its portfolio

P3 2021: Experts discuss ‘shovel-ready’ projects across Canada

CCPPP panel ponders COVID hospital responses and future pandemic plans

Panellists identify growing pains with new P3 procurement models

P3 2021 Conference: Finding the perfect match crucial to procurement, delivery models

Ministers plot course for infrastructure spending at P3 conference

P3 pioneer Beck embraces modern procurement reforms

All-Indigenous panel talks dos and don’ts of development at P3 conference

CCPPP conference keynote Ashcraft peels off the layers of project delivery

TCR Express: Nov. 17, 2021

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