Construction of the Arthur J.E. Child Comprehensive Cancer Centre (formerly Calgary Cancer Centre) was completed in November 2022 and is anticipated to open to the public in 2024.
This project created approximately 8,770 well-paying construction and construction related jobs throughout the duration of the project.
Through the federal government's Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP), Alberta has been allocated $3.65 billion to invest in infrastructure projects that strengthen the economy and build resilient communities.
Alberta Infrastructure is responsible for delivering one quarter of the 2022-25 Capital Plan which is working to address the provincial infrastructure needs of Alberta’s population, and supporting key social programs and services, and economic development.
The Ministry designs, builds, manages and maintains government-owned and operated facilities, and collaborates with other ministries to ensure that school and hospital infrastructure meet the needs of Alberta’s population.
Infrastructure provides accommodation services and manages a large portfolio of owned and leased facilities while maintaining fiscal accountability and optimizing value for Albertans.
- Jul 26, 2023
Premier Danielle Smith has issued a mandate letter to Minister of Infrastructure Pete Guthrie calling on him to continue to build Alberta.
- Jun 23, 2023
Minister of Infrastructure Pete Guthrie and Minister of Transportation and Economic Corridors Devin Dreeshen issued this statement following the federal-provincial-territorial infrastructure meeting on the future of federal infrastructure funding:
- Apr 25, 2023
Calgary residents with serious heart conditions will soon have better access to coronary and intensive care now that construction to redevelop the Rockyview General Hospital has begun on three projects.
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