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Old 06-17-2009, 01:41 AM   #1
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Default P3 Canada - A new Crown Corporation... !

When did this happen...?

The province of Alberta kind of donated a lot of public assets to the private sector in its Klein-era privatization blitz. Then, the abrogation of public infrastructure to the private sector. Now it looks like we're doing it federally, too. I don't know if P3 is fantastic or *****y - it's just that shaazaam! here it is.

I wonder if the name Canadian Council for PPP was picked so as to rival the Canada Council (for the Arts), or The Council of Canadians? Or, thanks to these guys, The Canadian Council of Chief Executives? -


http://www.pppcouncil.ca/

Anyway, they're hiring:



P3 Canada is a recently created federal Crown corporation with a mandate to develop the Canadian public-private partnerships (P3) market for public infrastructure. P3s are a long-term performance-based procurement approach which involves a significant element of private risk and finance. The Corporation is seeking outstanding professionals with direct experience advising or working with public and/or private sector organizations on the development and execution of P3 projects.
http://www.rayberndtson.ca/index.php...&L=4&guid=8518
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Old 06-17-2009, 01:57 AM   #2
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By the way,...

April 27, 2009
Canadian Council of Chief Executives CEO Welcomes The European Union's Commitment To Launch Economic Partnership Negotiations With Canada
http://www.ceocouncil.ca/en/view/?document_id=1348

Thomas d’Aquino, Chief Executive and President of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, welcomed today’s decision of the European Union to launch negotiations with Canada aimed at establishing an ambitious transAtlantic economic partnership.

The negotiations, which are to be initiated in Prague on May 6 by Canadian and European Union leaders, will deal with a comprehensive set of subjects including trade in goods, technical barriers to trade, customs procedures, cross-border trade in services, investment, government procurement, regulatory co-operation, intellectual property, the movement of persons, dispute settlement, and sustainable development...

CCCE members lead companies that collectively administer $3.5 trillion in assets, have annual revenues of more than $800 billion, and are responsible for the vast majority of Canada’s exports, investment, research and development, and training. In addition to Mr. d’Aquino, the members of the CCCE’s Executive Committee are: Chair, Gordon M. Nixon, President and Chief Executive Officer, Royal Bank of Canada; Honorary Chair Richard L. George, President and Chief Executive Officer of Suncor Energy Inc.; and Vice Chairs Dominic D’Alessandro, Paul Desmarais, Jr., Jacques Lamarre, Hartley T. Richardson and Annette Verschuren, the chief executives respectively of Manulife Financial, Power Corporation of Canada, SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., James Richardson & Sons, Limited and The Home Depot Canada and Asia.
http://www.ceocouncil.ca/en/view/?document_id=1348

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Old 08-16-2009, 09:11 PM   #3
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Default Re: P3 Canada - A new Crown Corporation... !

Check out there Member ship list Looks to me they are just a CFR *ss kissing want to be think tank minority who want to impose their vision on a unsuspecting majority and further allow us to be governed . Not for me no thanks
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