|Columnists Linda McQuaig | Governments are generally secretive about giving handouts to business, but the Trudeau government has come up with a particularly sneaky way to offer corporate welfare.|
|Blog Doreen Nicoll | As part of the economic recovery from COVID, the federal Liberal government will likely rely on the Canada Infrastructure Bank and its mandate to form P3 agreements to minimize municipal debt.|
|News Rosemary Frei | Seeking international investors to come to the storm-strewn island, the governor outlines to Canadians how they can find a return on investment in public-private partnerships in Puerto Rico.|
|Columnists Duncan Cameron | By 2015, for most Canadians, the Harper government had run out its time. Voters decided to replace it with the Trudeau Liberals. How is that working out?|
Trudeau's finance minister wants private investment in infrastructure, non-committal on privatizationsKarl Nerenberg | Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivered his Fall Economic Statement on Tuesday with some new commitments to private investment in public infrastructure.
As Nova Scotia's P3 school leases expire, government has opportunity to get out of the P3 shell gameStephen Kimber | P3 shell-game deals, which don't show up as government debt, are "typically used to conceal government expenditures and provide guaranteed long-term profits for contractors."
|Blog Lynne Fernandez | The results of the federal election indicate that most Canadians understand the value of publicly provided services. Hopefully this is a lesson all the political parties in Manitoba have absorbed.|
|Blog Brent Patterson | Saint John city council is moving ahead with a public-private partnership (P3) for a new 100 million litre per day drinking water treatment plant.|
|Blog Nora Loreto | Paul Martin's assertion that the NDP has moved to the "far right" doesn't hold water. Although he would know.|
|Blog Brent Patterson | The Harper government will be using its $14-billion Building Canada Fund to help it win the October 19 federal election. But let's look more closely at the Building Canada Fund.|
|Columnists Duncan Cameron | Finance Minister Joe Oliver does not want to recognize that spending on public infrastructure is a good way of strengthening a weak Canadian economy.|
|Podcast Redeye Collective | Canada is a world leader in the market for public-private partnerships. But when Bonnie Lysyk looked at 74 projects under Infrastructure Ontario, she found a huge cost associated with P3s.|
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