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Private sector needs to be 'more vocal' on infrastructure file in new federal landscape, lobbyists say

Panel discusses role of private sector, employers, other jurisdictions in design of promised infrastructure fund

News | ALYSSA O'DELL
Published: Monday, 04/04/2016 4:01 pm EDT
Alyssa O'Dell/ Lobby Monitor photo
From left to right: Robert Blakely, COO of Canada's Building Trades Unions; Liberal MP Adam Vaughan, parliamentary secretary on intergovernmental affairs to the prime minister; Federation of Canadian Municipalities CEO Brock Carlton; and the Atkinson Foundation's Colette Murphy participated in a Broadbent Institute Progress Summit panel on infrastructure priorities in Ottawa Friday, which also included city councillor Geoff Meggs (not pictured) of Vancouver.

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