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|Federal Budget 2019: Investing in the Middle Class
Summary of points of interest for RPIC and the Real Property Community
|Federal Budget 2018: Equality and Growth – A Strong Middle Class
Summary of Points of Interest for RPIC and the Real Property Community
|Asset Management: Industry Practices and Trends
Guy Félio, PhD, P.Eng., FCSCE, IRP[Climate], Sr. Advisor, Asset Management Solutions and Infrastructure Resilience, Stantec Consulting
Greening of Government Strategy
The Treasury Board Secretariat issued the new Greening of Government Strategy on December 19, 2017. It includes a new target to reduce Green House Gas (GHG) emissions by 80% by 2050, relative to 2005 levels. Real Property (assets, services and operations) is featured prominently throughout the Strategy and there is a specific commitment to low carbon, sustainable, and climate resilient real property.
Details are contained in the News Release and the new Greening of Government Strategy.
Greening Government Strategy – https://www.canada.ca/en/
|2017 Federal Budget – Building a Strong Middle Class
Points of Interest for the Federal Real Property Community
Federal Budget 2016
|Modernizing Canadian Laboratories
Dwayne A. J. Willmer, P. Eng.
|Why Should Ottawa Focus on Land?
Dr. Gordon McIvor
|Integrated Asset Manaement Strategy
CFIA – A Case Study
JP St-Amand, Executive Director, Assets and Security Management Directorate
|Guideline to Implementing Budget 2011 Direction on Public-Private Partnerships|