Brian Flemming on Infrastucture in the Globe and Mail
March 10, 2014
Brian Flemming, Counsel in our Halifax office, is a regular contributor to the Globe and Mail. In this article, he discusses the need for infrastructure banks in Canada: if the federal government will not lead a serious debate about infrastructure, then the private pools of capital should take the lead.
Read the article here.
Among his many accolades, Brian is founding Chairman of the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority, has been a transportation policy advisor to the government of Canada, and was named the first ever “Senior Fellow” of the Van Horne Institute of Calgary for his many contributions to transport policy in Canada.
Read Brian’s full paper, “Catching Up: The Case for Infrastructure Banks in Canada.”
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