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Minister Nathan Neudorf
Nathan Neudorf was sworn in as Deputy Premier and Minister of Infrastructure on October 24, 2022.
The Premier's mandate letter to the Minister of Infrastructure outlines the objectives and priorities of the work they will focus on in their role.
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.
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.
- Government is exploring alternative ways to finance priority infrastructure projects in Alberta.
- Transportation/Utility Corridors support ring roads, major utility projects and future development.
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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.
- Mar 31, 2023
Alberta’s government is investing in a new high school in Raymond, helping to create local jobs, and ensuring students have the new school they need to succeed.
- Mar 28, 2023
Edmontonians are one step closer to increased access to vital health care at the Gene Zwozdesky Centre at Norwood.
- Feb 15, 2023
Demolition of the former Edmonton Remand Centre will start this year to make space for new developments in downtown Edmonton.