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Ontario earmarks $3.2-bil for Trillium Trust

Ontario is providing $3.2 billion from the sale of Hydro One shares to the Trillium Trust for infrastructure projects that will help strengthen the economy.
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Royal Alberta Museum set to open in late 2017

Construction on the exterior of the new Royal Alberta Museum is complete, bringing the facility one step closer to opening in late 2017.
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Ontario to provide $175-mil for hospital repairs

Ontario has announced it will invest $175 million in 2016-17 to hospitals across the province to keep them in good repair, a $50 million increase over 2015.
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Macdonald Block reno to help meet green targets

Ontario has announced its plan to renovate the Macdonald Block Complex, a move which is expected to reduce the cost of government operations and help
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Ontario helps fund Etobicoke hospital expansion

Ontario is investing as much as $358 million in Etobicoke General Hospital to fund the construction of four new storeys and 250,000 square feet of
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Ontario invests in renewing school buildings

Ontario is investing $1.1 billion to repair and renew schools across the province to ensure they remain safe and modern spaces for students to learn.
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Ottawa hospitals receive additional funding

The Ontario government is increasing the funding it is providing to four Ottawa hospitals by over $19 million in 2016-17 in an effort to give
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Ontario investing to build and renovate schools

Ontario is investing $137 million this year to build new schools, expand or renovate existing schools and create new licensed child care spaces. Ontario invests
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Alberta increases hospital funding by 16 per cent

As part of Alberta’s 2016 budget, the province is allocating an extra 16 per cent to maintaining and renewing healthcare facilities. The province’s 2016 capital
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Ontario to invest $27-mil in OCAD U expansion

Ontario is investing $27 million to support the expansion and modernization of OCAD University’s campus, located along McCaul and Duncan Streets, in downtown Toronto. The
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Ontario invests in long-term care home renos

Ontario is investing in upgrades to over 300 long-term care homes that are eligible to receive a construction funding subsidy. Long-term care homes allow adults
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Public sector asset management gains attention

A new $50-million fund to help Canadian municipalities implement asset management programs is in sync with broader efforts to adopt standards, make better use of data analytics and eliminate the silo mentality in managing government-owned and occupied assets.
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Ontario invests in U of Guelph veterinary college

Ontario is investing $23 million in a new clinical learning building at the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College (OVC), a one-of-a-kind institution that uniquely
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$2-bil to flow to campus infrastructure projects

The federal government has committed $2-billion over three years, starting in 2016, to campus infrastructure projects.
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Ontario budget pledges $136-bil to infrastructure

According to the Provincial Building and Construction Trades Council of Ontario, the province’s pledge of $136 billion over 10 years shows it plans to continue
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Ontario invests in Scarborough support agencies

Ontario is investing $580,000 in community agencies to provide better, safer and more accessible facilities for Scarborough residents. As part of the Partner Facility Renewal
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Student proposals tackle infrastructure needs

Planning students competing in the Cities of Tomorrow Showcase and Student Ideas Competition, proposed solutions to municipal issues such as infrastructure.