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Thursday, May 2 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Panel 4. Public-Private Partnership (P3), Challenges and Opportunities

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Lou Milrad

Lawyer/Tech Law Editor, Public-Private Tech Alliances, and former Chair and CEO of the GTMA (Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance), Legal overview services
Panel 3 - Community Broadband and Economic Development & Panel 4 - Public Private Partnership (P3) Challenges and OpportunitiesInsight: What are the fundamentals of a Smart City? ... According to the Smart Cities Council, ubiquitous broadband telecommunications is a prerequisite for... Read More →

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Josh Van Deurzen

Partner, Torys LLP
Josh is a Partner in Torys’ Infrastructure and Energy group. His practice focuses on large-scale infrastructure projects, with a particular emphasis on public-private partnership and alternative financing and procurement transactions. He represents government authorities, developers... Read More →
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Jonathan M. Erling, P. Eng.

Executive Director, KPMG LLP
Insight:  Concerns over access to broadband are similar those associated with access to basic electricity service in the early 20th century.  The service is increasingly fundamental to participation in modern economic life but can be expensive and/or unavailable in rural areas... Read More →
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David Fell

CEO, Eastern Ontario Regional Network (EORN)
Insight: The EORN PPP Model is based on a fundamental principle of market failure in which public demand for high speed internet access is not being sufficiently addressed in rural regions by private sector ISP’s due to the high cost of building broadband infrastructure. Using an... Read More →


Thursday May 2, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Ballroom 1 & 2

Attendees (15)