Provincial call for Winnipeg Public-Private Partnership for Sewage Stinks

June 28, 2021
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In mId may, 2021 the province of Manitoba demanded the City undertake a single source contract with Deloitte LLP for a market assessment of Public-Private-Partnerships (P3s) for the much-needed north end sewage treatment plant with the City at a cost of $400,000 dollars. The estimated $1.8 billion North End Treatment plant was identified as a priority almost two decades ago when Manitoba’s Clean Environment Commission (2003) prompted the provincial government to order Winnipeg to improve its sewage-treatment process. The existing facility has capacity for population equivalent estimated to be reached in the next five to nine years.