CPWA Advocacy

View of Parliament building in Ottawa, ONCPWA has an interest in issues related to building better communities, infrastructure, and public works services.  CPWA works in a non-partisan way to promote the best practices that contribute to the well-being of our communities.  CPWA promotes best practices such as asset management, sustainability, and investment in our communities and infrastructure.

Much of CPWA’s advocacy work is accomplished working collaboratively with other community and infrastructure stakeholder organizations.  CPWA has a history of involvement in national collaborative initiatives, such as the National Round Table on Sustainable Infrastructure (NRTSI), National Asset Management Working Group, the Municipal Infrastructure Forum, and was one of the four founding organizations which produced the first Canadian Report Card for Infrastructure. The Advocacy/Projects > Projects and Collaborations section of this website has more information on specific CPWA advocacy efforts.

CPWA is often asked to provide input on issues such as asset management, sustainability, and investment in infrastructure.  As example, in May 2015, CPWA President Kealy Dedman testified before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Transportation, Infrastructure and Communities regarding investment in infrastructure.

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