The Secretary of state for Infrastructure (Secretary of state for Public Infrastructure Renewal 2005—2008) would be a ministry accountable for public infrastructure within the Canadian province of Ontario. It wasn't only accountable for funding individual capital projects, however for drafting the main city budget instead of the Secretary of state for Finance. The ministry was formerly known underneath the title of Superbuild. It had been presently accountable for two crown agencies: Waterfront Toronto and Infrastructure Ontario (that was merged using the Ontario Real estate Corporation this year).
In This summer 2005, the ministry was granted control of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario along with other provincial crown companies. It had been thought the move indicated the approaching privatization from the LCBO, but no such event has happened. The foundation for the assumption rested around the belief by a few that Superbuild and also the Secretary of state for Public Infrastructure Renewal performed a pivotal role in creating private–public close ties in Ontario.
From 2003 to 2007 the Ministry was accountable for the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, but it's now underneath the Secretary of state for Finance (Ontario).
The ministry was merged using the Secretary of state for Energy in June 2008, allowing the Secretary of state for Energy and Infrastructure the ministries were re-split this year. In 2014, the ministry was merged in to the Secretary of state for Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure.