Alberta was the first Canadian province to establish a central procurement agency in 1999, before British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec followed suit after the turn of the millennium. Admittedly, most provincial and municipal PPPs were in the transport sector but early in 2008 Alberta turned its attention towards employing PPPs for another challenge – that of addressing capacity constraints faced by its growing student population; the largest relative rise in Canada at all levels in recent memory.
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