Updated October 15, 2020
CUPE NL hosted an online panel discussion on October 6, to discuss the new research report “Many Dangers of Public-Private Partnerships in Newfoundland and Labrador” by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
Speakers included the report’s author Christine Saulnier, director of CCPA-NS, as well as CUPE Atlantic Researcher Govind Rao andCUPE NL President Sherry Hillier.
Residents of our province need to make an informed decision about whether building so much important infrastructure as private-public partnerships (P3s) makes sense, or whether these projects will negatively affect the public services we all need access to and are a brewing storm that will wallop us in some years’ time.
Read the report or download a copy on the CCPA-NS website.
Watch the video