Building the projects of tomorrow
What trends are driving change in projects? In this video series, our team gives you their take on how the latest shifts in the projects ecosystem are changing the way projects help move people, things and ideas.

Featured: The future of economic infrastructure

In this video, Mark Bain shares what lies ahead for the sector as it transitions to new opportunities and models of operation.

We discuss:

  • why economic infrastructure is on the rise
  • how next-generation projects will be structured and financed
  • how to overcome the headwinds on the horizon
  • why the public-private relationship will change

Click here for a transcript of this video.

Videos by topic

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The future of economic infrastructure
Mark Bain, co-head of Torys’ Infrastructure and Energy group and head of the Public-Private Partnerships practice, shares what he expects to see in the years ahead.
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How Indigenous infrastructure projects shifted from consultation to empowerment
Increased Indigenous engagement in infrastructure projects is transforming the industry. Valerie Helbronner, co-head of Torys’ Indigenous practice, explains why—and why it matters.
Getting to yes: Canada’s new impact assessment regime
The environmental assessment process has changed. Learn how to adapt from Dennis Mahony, head of Torys’ Environmental, Health and Safety practice.
What’s next for energy regulation in Canada?
Climate risk has transformed the project environment for all energy sector participants—including regulators. Learn how to adapt with this look at the landscape from Charles Keizer, co-head of Torys’ Infrastructure and Energy Practice and leader of the Energy Regulatory Practice.
Procurement essentials: Working with governments on projects
How can private sector proponents navigate the government decision-making process? Tom Yeo and Phil Symmonds—who co-head Torys' Procurement group—offer tips.
Project trends in the U.S. and Canada
Has the gap narrowed between projects north and south of the border? Tara Mackay and Josh van Deurzen from our Projects team compare notes on two closely linked project environments.

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