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Pathway on Parliament Hill to reopen for pedestrians

| Public Services and Procurement Canada | media advisories

Public Services and Procurement Canada wishes to advise pedestrians that the pathway behind the Centre Block on Parliament Hill, which was closed for the winter season, will reopen on April 5, depending on weather conditions.


Alternating lane closure on Chaudière Crossing

| Public Services and Procurement Canada | media advisories

Public Services and Procurement Canada wishes to advise motorists that there will be an alternating lane closure on the Chaudière Crossing for repair work.


Government of Canada invests in laboratories to support science in Canada

| Public Services and Procurement Canada | news releases

Through Laboratories Canada, the Government of Canada is providing federal scientists and researchers with world-class, innovative and collaborative facilities to ensure they can not only keep pace with, but lead in the transformative changes facing science today and into the future.


Government of Canada awards 2 contracts for Canadian Coast Guard’s Multi-Purpose Vessels

| Public Services and Procurement Canada | news releases

The Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) saves lives, protects the environment, and keeps our waters safe, secure and open, which benefits our economy. Through the National Shipbuilding Strategy, the Government of Canada is renewing the CCG fleet, while generating economic opportunities for the Canadian marine sector.


LaSalle Causeway closed to motorists

| Public Services and Procurement Canada | media advisories

Public Services and Procurement Canada wishes to advise users that the LaSalle Causeway will be fully closed to motorists due to a major rehabilitation project.


Taking action against fraud and strengthening financial and procurement management

| Public Services and Procurement Canada | news releases

The Government of Canada is committed to spending Canadians’ tax dollars wisely and responsibly. This includes a commitment to doing businesses with suppliers that meet the expectations of Canadians, and ensuring that the government’s procurement processes are effective and well-managed.


Procurement Improvement Action Plan

| Public Services and Procurement Canada | backgrounders

The Government of Canada is committed to conducting procurements in an open, fair, and transparent manner. This starts by ensuring sound management and integrity of its procurement processes.


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