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By Israr Ahmad and Christine Beneteau Canada has the institutional strength and a cooperative, empathetic public mindset to overcome the infrastructure challenge. To learn more about our research, analytics, and advisory services designed for senior decision-makers in the public sector, visit www.publicsectordigest.com. Music: Abstract - Neverland (ft. Ruth B) (Prod. Blulake)
19 Mega Infrastructure Projects that could reshape the world | Largest Construction Projects in the World The world is full of unfathomably huge projects happening right under our noses. Take the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, which will link three major Chinese cities in the country's quest to bring 42 million people together. Or Norway's plan to build the world's first fully-submerged floating tunnel to cut travel times between fjords in half. Those efforts and many others illustrate how investing billions of dollars in enormous projects can collectively make the world a better place to live. Stay tuned to see some of the biggest projects the world has seen so far. Please leave your comments or feel free to discuss in the comments section. Your feedback will be appreciated. Thanks for ...
This video explores the history of, differences in and future of on-street cycling infrastructure in the downtown cores of Canada's two most populous cities: Toronto and Montreal. Released in July 2013. Director and Creator: Ryan Anders Whitney Editor and Creative Director: Paul Neudorf Videographer: Clark Ferguson Translation: Sergio Echeverri Music by Montag www.montag.ca
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The finance minister says the government will spend $81 billion over 11 years on infrastructure. Bill Morneau announced Tuesday that part of the money will form a new infrastructure bank, lending private and public cash to cities and provinces. (Nov. 1) THE CANADIAN PRESS https://twitter.com/cdnpress https://www.facebook.com/thecanadianpress The Canadian Press is Canada’s most trusted news leader in providing real-time, bilingual multimedia content for online, mobile and emerging platforms.
Victoria Grant interviews Canadian Bank Reformer's spokesman the Hon. Paul Hellyer on the role of the Bank of Canada and asks him to comment on the 'Infrastructure Bank' being proposed by the Liberal government. • What is the Bank of Canada anyway? • What is this ‘Infrastructure Bank” I am hearing in the news? IMPORTANT LINKS: Victoria Grant YouTube Video on bank reform: https://youtu.be/Bx5Sc3vWefE Canadian Bank Reformers main website: http://www.canadianbankreformers.ca/ The CETA Constitutional Challenge Initiative: http://www.canadianbankreformers.ca/ceta/ About "The New Social Contract between the Government and the people of Canada" Plan for monetary reform: http://www.canadianbankreformers.ca/new-social-contract/ Canadian Bank Reformers write-in Campaign: http://www.canadianb...
While back in my hometown of Halifax Nova Scotia I went for an explore around town to check out how Halifax is getting on with implementing cycling infrastructure. I've been curious about how things are since I read a tweet by Mayor Savage saying he was going to make Halifax a cycling city. Cycling in Canada is different than Europe for sure, wider roads and a more car centric culture make things interesting. Sadly there were as few women on bikes here as in London, a sure sign there is much to be done to improve the cycling infrastructure. Here are my views on what I saw of the cycling infrastructure in Halifax and Dartmouth. Those of you from the UK will be amazed at how wide the roads are. Cycling Across Canada Website: http://cyclingacrosscanada.com Strava Michelle: https://www.stra...
Brian Lilley talks to economist Dr. Ian Lee about what the Liberals really mean by "infrastructure." Ordinary people think of roads and bridges, but there are hints they're referring to national daycare and other social programs. MORE: http://www.therebel.media/government_is_misleading_canadian_people http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV
The Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Canada's minister of Infrastructure and Communities was the keynote speaker at a CCPPP luncheon event on April 25th, 2017 at the Delta Toronto Hotel. Minister Sohi committed a portion of his remarks to discuss the Canada Infrastructure Bank
The Canada Foundation for Innovation funds research infrastructure in universities, colleges and research hospitals across the country. But what exactly does research infrastructure mean?
Ezra Levant of TheRebel.media talks about the Liberals' plan to invest in a Chinese "Asian Infrastructure Bank" instead of here at home. MORE: http://www.therebel.media/ezra_levant_october_10 http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel *** http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV
IPA Australia-Canada Infrastructure Symposium Major Projects panel comprised of Andrew Barr MLA, ACT Chief Minister; Dennis Cliche (Moderator), Chief Executive Officer, Sydney Motorway Corporation; Tim Parker, Project Development Director, Sydney Metro, City and Southwest; Chantal Sorel, Managing Director, Capital, SNC-Lavalin; Jean-François Tremblay, Deputy Minister, Infrastructure Canada; and David Webster, Deputy Secretary, Commercial Division, Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance.