Infrastructure Renewal 2009

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Report Code: CNP09423. October, 2009. Toronto, ON

ARTICLE I

Rebuilding and Developing: Ontario Transportation Infrastructure and Public Transit Systems: the Metrolinx Model

John Howe
General Manager, Investment Strategy and Projects
Greater Toronto Transportation Authority

ARTICLE II

Bringing a rapid transit vision to life in york region: lessons learned

Mary-Frances Turner
Vice President
York Region Rapid Transit Corporation

ARTICLE III

Rebuilding and Developing: Ontario Transportation Infrastructure and Public Transit Systems: the Metrolinx Model

Brian M. Leck
General Counsel
TTC

ARTICLE IV

The New Frontier for Ontario Energy Projects: Ontario’s Green Energy and Green Economy Act, 2009 and Other Energy Initiatives

Krista Hill
Partner
Torys LLP

ARTICLE V

Infrastructure Renewal: Electricity Transmission

Peter Bettle
Vice President Business Development, Transmission and Distribution
Brookfield Infrastructure

ARTICLE VI

Green Energy Act and Feed-In Tariff Program

Jason Chee-Aloy
Director, Generation Procurement
Ontario Power Authority

ARTICLE VII

Meeting the Challenges: How the private sector can help solve the problems plaguing Ontario’s water and wastewater providers

Elizabeth Brubaker
Executive Director, Environment Probe
Energy Probe Research Foundation

ARTICLE VIII

Municipality of Brockton: Veolia Water P3

Colin Saunders
Utilities Manager
Municipality of Brockton

ARTICLE IX

Planning Infrastructure in the Trenches: Overcoming the challenges facing municipalities

Bradley N. McLellan
Partner
WeirFoulds LLP

Daniel P. Ferguson
Partner
WeirFoulds LLP

ARTICLE X

City Building and delivering social housing in today’s development environment: Challenges and opportunities for success

John Fox
Acting Vice President Development and General Counsel (Development)
Toronto Community Housing Corporation

ARTICLE XI

Latest Developments in Bidding and Tendering Negotiations and Documentation

Judy Wilson
Partner
Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP