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    Minister Prasad Panda

    Prasad Panda was sworn in as Minister of Infrastructure on April 30, 2019.

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Accomplishments

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Construction of the Calgary Cancer Centre facility is on track and on budget. This project is creating approximately 21,000 jobs for Albertans and is set for completion late 2022.

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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.

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Our responsibilities

Alberta Infrastructure is responsible for leading the development of the provincial Capital Plan, which addresses the provincial infrastructure needs of Alberta’s population that support 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.

In focus

Budget 2021

Alberta’s budget is focused on protecting lives and livelihoods, investing in health care, preparing for recovery and spending responsibly.

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Latest news

  • Dec 30, 2021

    Taxpayers are spending tens of billions of dollars on public infrastructure as part of Alberta’s Recovery Plan, creating 50,000 direct and 40,000 indirect jobs.

  • Dec 16, 2021

    A new long-term strategy will guide Alberta’s government as it builds infrastructure to support economic growth for decades to come.

  • Dec 10, 2021

    Patients will soon see improved access to cancer care as construction crews make significant progress on the new Calgary Cancer Centre.

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