Our world is changing and with it bringing a whole new set of aging infrastructure challenges.
Let's face it: Canada's infrastructure is showing its age. As more and more of us cope with flooded basements, summer brownouts and longer commutes, the images of crumbling roads, closed beaches and shuttered buildings continue to add up on social media and the evening news. Aging infrastructure is a growing problem for all of us, and it's putting our future at risk.
In our "Aging Infrastructure" series, we’ll take an in-depth look at how an aging asset base is impacting Canada’s public and private sectors. By turning a spotlight on agencies and organizations that are already making progress, we’ll explore how leaders are thinking differently to position for future success.
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