Mandate letter

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.

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Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program funding has been approved for more than 200 projects or project bundles in over 30 Alberta constituencies supporting transit, green infrastructure and community facility upgrades in the province. Many additional projects targeted to support employment and economic activity to help offset pandemic-related challenges have been funded through the COVID-19 Resilience Stream.

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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.

Infrastructure launched a Vendor Performance Management program in January 2020 that will will assist in ensuring the delivery of quality infrastructure projects on time, on budget and within scope.

Key information

In focus


Budget 2022 is moving Alberta forward by building health system capacity, getting more Albertans working, and balancing the budget.

Limiting cost-plus contracts

The new policy fulfils a mandate to limit the use of cost-plus contracts, ensuring fiscal accountability and making prudent use of public money.

Infrastructure Accountability Act

New legislation will help the Government of Alberta make decisions to deliver infrastructure projects, such as schools and hospitals, based on legislated criteria and long-term planning.

Capital maintenance and renewal

The government is doubling the capital maintenance and renewal (CMR) funding in 2020-21 from $937 million to $1.9 billion. These smaller projects (like repairing roofs and replacing boilers) are creating jobs.


Nathan Neudorf was elected as the Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for Lethbridge-East on April 16, 2019.

Mr. Neudorf has extensive experience in commercial construction. He has his civil and structural engineering diploma and is a red seal journeyman carpenter as well as a gold seal project manager.

An active community volunteer and leader, Mr. Neudorf served as the past president of the Lethbridge Construction Association and on the board of directors for the Alberta Construction Association, Alberta Construction Safety Association, and Worker’s Compensation Board.

Mr. Neudorf, his wife, Deanne, and their five children live in Lethbridge. In his spare time he enjoys running, landscaping, and spending time outdoors.

Nathan Neudorf was sworn in as Deputy Premier and Minister of Infrastructure on October 24, 2022.