Canada’s public infrastructure “at risk,” new report finds

Age, condition of key infrastructure shows urgent need for long-term renewal

OTTAWA – A new report released today shows that a significant amount of public infrastructure in Canada is aging and in poor condition—reinforcing the urgent need for long-term investments in infrastructure renewal to meet the needs of Canadians.

The 2019 Canadian Infrastructure Report Card, produced by the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies Canada, the Canadian Construction Association, the Canadian Parks and Recreation Association, the Canadian Public Works Association, the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, the Canadian Urban Transit Association, the Canadian Network of Asset Managers and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities is now available.

Full report (English): http://canadianinfrastructure.ca/downloads/canadian-infrastructure-report-card-2019.pdf

Full report (French): http://canadianinfrastructure.ca/downloads/bulletin-rendement-infrastructures-canadiennes-2019.pdf

 

Read the rest of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities press release in English and French.

 

Find out more about the project here:

Website (English): http://canadianinfrastructure.ca/en/index.html

Website (French): http://canadianinfrastructure.ca/fr/index.html