In Discussion with ACEC

In Discussion with ACEC is a series of informal conversations with Federal Government decision makers who have an impact on the consulting engineering sector.

During these in-depth interviews with various Ministers, ACEC-Canada President and CEO John Gamble delves into the government’s policies and programs to gain a first-hand understanding of its long-term vision on the issues and challenges that touch the sector. Below, view John Gamble's interviews with the Honourable Jim Carr, the Honourable Bill Morneau, and the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi

 

In Discussion with the Honourable Jim Carr

In July 2018, the Honourable Jim Carr, former Minister of Natural Resources and current Minister of International Trade Diversification, sits down with ACEC President & CEO John Gamble to speak on the government's vision in regards to natural resources. This Q&A appeared in the August/September issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine. To view the article please click the image below.


 

In Discussion with the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi

In April 2018, the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, sat down with ACEC President & CEO John Gamble to provide an update on the government’s infrastructure plan and investments. This Q&A appeared in the May issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine. To view the article please click the image below.

 


 

In Discussion with the Honourable Bill Morneau

An Ottawa public bus was the ideal backdrop for an informal chat with the Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, over the summer of 2017. John Gamble and the Minister discussed transit, the Canada Infrastructure Bank, social infrastructure, and the government’s long-term vision for infrastructure development and investment. 

You can view the full interview below or click on one of the short topic specific videos below:

 

Full Interview

Long-Term Vision
Transit

Canada Infrastructure Bank

Social Infrastructure

Infrastructure Investments

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