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White paper in conjunction with the CCPPP, examines successful PPP projects in Canada

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The Canadian model of Public-Private Partnerships is considered one of the most successful in the world. There has been a major political commitment to PPPs across Canada at all levels of government, with over 200 infrastructure projects delivered, representing over C$70 billion of capital investment.

Service Works’ new white paper, ‘Lessons from Canada: the World’s Most Successful PPP Market’,produced in collaboration with the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP), examines the development and performance of PPP projects in Canada.  Against a backdrop of a global infrastructure challenges, it identifies the key factors that have contributed to Canada’s remarkable PPP success, including:

  • A stable pipeline
  • Efficient procurement
  • A diverse market for project finance
  • A supportive political environment

For your complimentary copy of the white paper, please click here.


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