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Speaking Up Fall 2022: Why Politicians and Big Business Love P3s, but the Rest of Us Shouldn’t with Simon Enoch


Online free event. Registration required. Proponents of Public Private Partnerships (P3s) like to paint a very rosy picture of what the model can deliver. It's a way for cash-strapped governments to deliver public infrastructure it otherwise couldn't afford; it delivers projects on-time and on-budget; it harnesses private innovation to deliver cost effective and efficient building methods. Yet, governments that rely heavily on the P3s for public infrastructure are now awash in debt, and preside over crumbling schools, hospitals, roads and water plants. How P3s promise so much and deliver so little? Simon Enoch is the Director of the Saskatchewan Office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

$09 – $2022

Speaking UP with Dr. Barry Lavallee “Health Transformation and Innovation for Northern First Nations”

Dr. Barry Lavallee is a member of the Metis community of St. Laurent, Manitoba and a descendent of Duck Bay and Lake Manitoba First Nations. He is a family physician specializing in Indigenous health and northern practice focused …


We really can live without fossil fuels

X-Cues 551 Sargent Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba

Hydro estimates that we will need a doubling or tripling of current generation to heat all our buildings and fuel all our vehicles electrically. Road to Resilience shows how that can be done - without experimental technologies, new dams, or nuclear.
Curt Hull, P.Eng is Project Director of Climate Change Connection and lead author of the Road to Resilience series. He works with NGOs, businesses, universities & colleges, First Nations, as well as all levels of government to build a fossil-fuel free future.


Healthcare is a Public Good

Brandon Univerity, Brandon MB 270 - 18th St., Brandon, Manitoba

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State of the Inner City 2024: Visioning a Just Transformation in Winnipeg’s Inner City

Circle of Life Thunderbird House 715 Main Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba

State of the Inner City 2024: Visioning a Just Transformation in Winnipeg’s Inner City Winnipeg, MB – The 2024 State of the Inner City report, titled "Visioning a Just Transformation in Winnipeg’s Inner City," will be released on …