• Alfonz Nitsiza
    Chief of Whatì, Tłı̨chǫ Government
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  • Andrew Hay
    Senior Principal, Infrastructure, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
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  • Andrew Koolsbergen
    Vice President, Strategy and Stakeholder Engagement, The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships
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  • Andy Ridge
    Assistant Deputy Minister, Properties Division, Alberta Infrastructure
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  • Anna Hermelin
    Partner, Transport & Infrastructure, Ashurst LLP, England & Wales
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  • Anna Slisarenko
    Director, Mazars
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  • Bailey Church
    Public Sector Accounting Advisory Services Leader and Partner, KPMG
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  • Brad Smid
    Project Director, Valley Line LRT, City of Edmonton
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  • Carla Carmichael
    Vice President, Project Assurance & Commercial Management, Darlington Refurbishment Project, OPG
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  • Charles Wheeler
    Vice President, Comtech Group
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  • Chris Bennett
    Partner, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
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  • Cory Grandy
    Associate Deputy Minister, Department of Transportation and Works, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
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  • Dan Stoppenhagen
    Vice President of Business Development, Regional Lead for the Americas, FLUOR
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  • Dirk Ahlborn
    Co-Founder and Chairman, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Inc.
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  • Hon. Doug Ford
    Premier of Ontario
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  • Ehren Cory
    President and CEO, Infrastructure Ontario
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  • Hon. Gordon Wyant
    Saskatchewan’s Deputy Premier, Minister of Education and Minister Responsible for SaskBuilds and Priority Saskatchewan
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  • Jason Calla
    Technical Team Lead, First Nation Infrastructure Institute
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  • Chief Jason Henry
    Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point
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  • Jeff Fielding
    Chief of Staff, City Manager’s Office, City of Toronto
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  • Jeffrey Busby
    Director, Surrey Langley SkyTrain Project, Translink
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  • Jensen Clarke
    Director, Fengate Asset Management
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  • Jody Becker
    Chief Strategy Officer & Senior Vice President, Services, EllisDon Corporation
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  • John Beck
    Executive Chairman, Aecon Group
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  • Hon. John Manley
    Honorary Chair, CCPPP
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  • John McArthur
    Chairman, Kiewit Canada Development Corp.
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  • Jonathan Wilkinson
    President, Infrastructure, SNC-Lavalin Inc.
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  • Joseph Mancinelli
    International Vice-President and Central and Eastern Canada Regional Manager, LiUNA
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  • Kathleen Savio
    CEO, Zurich North America
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  • Kevin Pringle
    Commercial Manager, City of Edmonton
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  • Kyle Toffan
    President & CEO, SaskBuilds and Priority Saskatchewan
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  • Lani Frew
    CEO, Australia Infrastructure and Project Financing Agency
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  • Hon. Laurie Scott
    Ontario’s Minister of Infrastructure
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  • Hon. Lloyd Hines
    Nova Scotia's Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal
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  • Luc Monty
    General Manager, Québec City
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  • Mandy Rennehan
    Blue-Collar CEO & Founder, Freshco.ca
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  • Manuel Jamonir
    Assistant Vice-President, Operations, Udenna Infrastructure Corp.
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  • Marco Fontana Giusti
    General Manager, SUEZ Canada
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  • Mark Bain
    Chair, CCPPP and Partner, Torys LLP
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  • Mark Brajer
    CEO, Tłı̨chǫ Investment Corporation
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  • Mark Romoff
    President and CEO, The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships
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  • Mary Van Buren
    President, Canadian Construction Association
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  • Matthew Jordan-Tank
    Director of Sustainable Infrastructure Policy and Project Preparation, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
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  • Matthew Vickerstaff
    Deputy CEO & Head, UK Finance, Infrastructure and Projects Authority
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  • Michael Lindsay
    President, Project Delivery, Infrastructure Ontario
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  • Mike Discenza
    Chief Financial Officer, Transurban North America
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  • Natan Obed
    President, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
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  • Nicholas Hann
    Director, The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships
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  • Niilo Edwards
    Executive Director, First Nation Major Projects Coalition
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  • Hon. Perrin Beatty
    President and CEO, The Canadian Chamber of Commerce
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  • Phil Bonds
    Director of Urban Design, Broadway Malyan
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  • Phil Verster
    President and CEO, Metrolinx
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  • Pierre Lavallée
    President and CEO, Canada Infrastructure Bank
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  • Hon. Prasad Panda
    Alberta's Minister of Infrastructure
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  • Chief Priscilla Mueller
    Saik’uz First Nation, First Nation Major Projects Coalition
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  • Pierre Lefebvre
    Partner and Leader, North American Engineering, Construction & Infrastructure Practice, Russell Reynolds
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  • Hon. Ric McIver
    Alberta's Minister of Transportation
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  • Rick Meade
    Senior Executive Officer, Program Management, Metro Los Angeles
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  • Rob Cornell
    Project Manager and Design-Build Lead, Tłı̨chǫ All Seasons Road
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  • Roberta Jamieson
    President & CEO, Indspire
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  • Ryan Dermody
    Vice-President, Contrecœur, Montreal Port Authority
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  • Sean Strickland
    Director of Business Development and Industry Relations, Pomerleau
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  • Terry Burgis
    Senior Vice President, Kiewit Canada Development Corp.
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  • Thomas Fass
    Assistant Country Administrator, Hillsborough County, Florida
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  • Tony Geheran
    Executive Vice-President and Chief Customer Officer, Telus
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  • Valerie Helbronner
    Partner, Torys LLP
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  • Vickie Turnbull
    Managing Director and Co-Head, Infrastructure Finance Canada, RBC Capital Markets
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P3 2019

On November 18 & 19, 2019, The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships will hold its 27th Annual Conference and celebrate the 22nd National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in P3. The conference appeals to a broad range of innovators and influencers in the public and private sectors. View a list of who attends.

You will hear global leaders in the infrastructure and P3 space deliver keynote addresses and sector experts will share their experience and innovative insights on topical P3 issues in sessions throughout the two days. View the program to see full details.

The International Café will feature Canadian Trade Commissioners representing developing P3 markets. Market Soundings will provide insights on P3 projects coming to market.

We will also celebrate the National Award recipients for 2019. The next generation of talent will learn about the P3 space and what's happening next.

Meet the people, explore the projects and see the innovations shaping the future of infrastructure and P3 in Canada and around the world.

Register Today

If you are interested in getting a well-rounded introduction to the P3 model or achieve a PPP Certification, CCPPP and Toraza Zenith Inc. are offering P3 Certification Level 1, 2 and 3 as well as a P3 Fundamentals Seminar on dates around P3 2019 in Toronto.


About Us

Established in 1993, CCPPP is a national not-for-profit non-partisan, member-based organization with broad representation from across the public and private sectors. Our mission is to collaborate with all levels of government and Indigenous communities to enable smart, innovative approaches to public infrastructure development and service delivery that achieve the best outcomes for Canadians. The Council is a proponent of evidence-based public policy in support of P3s, facilitates the adoption of international best practices, and educates stakeholders and the community on the economic and social benefits of public-private partnerships.