Infrastructure

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Hamilton tops list of most intelligent communities worldwide

Hamilton has been selected by the Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) as one of the Top7 Intelligent Communities of the Year, worldwide.
Winspear Centre

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Winspear Centre receives $2-mil federal investment

The Government of Canada is investing $2 million in the Francis Winspear Centre for Music in Edmonton through the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund.
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Casey House expansion officially opens

Casey House recently celebrated the opening of its expansion, which includes the addition of a new state-of-the-art, four-storey facility.
Alberta schools

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54 renovated schools to re-open in Ontario this fall

A total of 54 new or renovated schools will open in communities across Ontario in the coming months, providing better learning spaces for years to come.
Port Lands

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Governments invest in Port Lands transformation

The governments of Canada, Ontario and Toronto are investing in projects like the Toronto Port Lands Flood Protection to help protect against climate change
Toronto Western Hospital Patient Care Centre

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Ontario invests in upgrades, repairs at 131 hospitals

Ontario is investing $175 million through the Health Infrastructure Renewal Fund to provide repairs and upgrades to 131 hospitals this year.
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Ontario investing in new and renovated schools

Ontario is investing in building 10 new schools, completing renovations or additions to 28 existing schools, and creating a combined total of 460 new licensed child care spaces across the province.
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Infrastructure projects to get underway this summer

Construction on hundreds of infrastructure projects across Ontario will get underway this summer, including hospitals, schools, transit projects and roads.
High Prairie Health Complex

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New High Prairie Health Complex opens

High Prairie and the surrounding regions now have access to expanded health care services due to the newly-opened High Prairie Health Complex.
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Quebec municipal building to become community centre

The governments of Canada and Quebec are providing joint funding to transform a municipal building in the Municipality of Morin-Heights into a community centre.
Yukon College

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Yukon College receives infrastructure investments

The federal and Yukon governments are investing a total of $3.06 million in renewing the infrastructure at Yukon College.
North York Women's Shelter

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North York Women’s Shelter to be rebuilt

The federal and Ontario governments are working together to fund a rebuild of the North York Women’s Shelter, which will receive $8.8 million in funding.
Kipling Station

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Major transit hub plans for Toronto’s Kipling Station

Ontario is partnering with Etobicoke and Mississauga to redevelop the Toronto Transit Commission’s Kipling Station into a major transit hub.
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La Caisse invests in Quebec developer of industrial sector solutions

Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec is investing $36.5-million in Eddyfi, a Québec developer of industrial sector solutions.
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Ontario’s public colleges receive $50-mil investment

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Ontario’s college system, the province is investing $50 million in its 24 public colleges to improve students’ experience.
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Funds for cultural spaces in federal budget

The federal budget released last week allocates $300 million over 10 years to Canada’s cultural spaces fund.
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Federal commitment to infrastructure renewal

The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) sees the federal government’s Budget 2017 announcement as a reiteration of previous commitments made to the renewal of Canada infrastructure.