P3-tering out?

Last year, Public Eye was the first to report staff at Partnerships British Columbia had been speaking to California government officials about public-private partnership models. And now it looks like they're going to get paid to share the same advice with the Nova Scotia government. The Chronicle-Herald's David Jackson reported today the Maritime province's "Infrastructure Renewal Minister Murray Scott signed an agreement with Partnerships BC on Tuesday to take advantage of its expertise in partnering arrangements."

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