Our latest report: Public-Private Partnerships in BC: Update 2018

For almost two decades, many of BC's major public infrastructure projects have been built through public-private partnerships (P3s) in which private corporations fully or partially finance the projects and operate or maintain them through multi-decade contracts.

E-newsletter (May 2018)

Our May e-news edition features stories and updates on permanent residents getting the right to vote, banning plastic straws, women in politics, schools and sexual consent, green jobs, gender inclusive language and much more! Read

E-newsletter (March-April 2018)

Our March-April e-news edition features stories about an anti-racism campaign, maternity leave, supporting indigenous students, oil companies & climate action, a clean energy success story in Skidegate, banning plastics and much more! Read more

E-newsletter (February 2018)

This issue spotlights news on 2018 High Ground, the first Canadian indigenous affairs commissioner, new childcare space in BC, the status of Canada's Paris commitments, privatization myths, and much more. We also feature upcoming events, such as the premiere of Women Bending the Curve on Climate Change and our 2018 gala! Read full Briefing Notes

2017 Canada Infrastructure Bank and the Public's Right to Know

Columbia Institute's new report, Canada Infrastructure Bank and the Public’s Right to Know, examines the proposed Bank, and government legislation that prevents public access to information. The report also highlights concerns expressed by information commissioners and includes examples of how the Canadian government can do better.


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