CPWA NEWS

Sustainability "In the Know"

Electric vehicle charging stations activated in Kingston, NY municipal lots

APWA Announces Top Ten Leaders of the Year for 2018

Ten leaders recognized for outstanding career service achievements in public works.

APWA Announces National Public Works First Responder Symbol.

APWA President Bo Mills introduces new symbol at North American Snow Conference.

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See what education opportunities you're missing out on!

ADVOCACY NEWS

Prime Minster Trudeau appoints new Minister of Infrastructure

On July 18, Prime Minster Trudeau shuffled his cabinet and appointed a new Minister of Infrastructure and Communities

CPWA Board of Directors Holds Spring Meeting in Ottawa

On April 30 and May 1, the CPWA Board of Directors was in Ottawa for their spring meeting.

Minister Sohi announces update on Investing in Canada Plan

On April 19, Minister Sohi announced an update on the Government’s progress in implementing the Investing in Canada long-term infrastructure plan

CPWA President testifies before House of Commons Committee

On April 18, CPWA President Andrew Stevenson testified before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities in Ottawa

CPWA Welcomes Budget Focus on Critical Infrastructure, Cyber Security

CPWA applauds new investments in critical infrastructure resilience and cyber security announced by Finance Minister Morneau as part of the Government of Canada’s Budget 2018.

Damage Prevention Guidance for Municipal Operations and Maintenance

National Energy Board has issued guidance for routine municipal operations and maintenance activities within the vicinity of an NEB-regulated pipeline.

Asset Management Training for Canadian Municipalities

22 organizations from across the country have been selected by FCM to receive $3.6 million in grant funding to design and deliver local asset management training to Canadian municipalities

New Report Highlights Best Practices for Pricing Municipal Water Services

Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission finds that well-designed water rates can motivate conservation, fund infrastructure, and protect water quality.

New Report Outlines Best Practices for Flood-resistant Communities

New research from the University of Waterloo identifies 20 best practices to design and build new residential communities that are more flood-resilient.

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