Canadian City Gwadar – FAQs

1.Why should I choose Canadian City Gwadar?2023-11-06T15:41:23+05:00

Canadian City Gwadar is a rapidly growing development, spanning 346 acres, with GDA (Gwadar Development Authority) approved NOC and listed in “A” category of Gwadar Master Plan Phase 1. This project offers residential and commercial plots, strategically located in the heart of Gwadar. It is committed to delivering a housing society of international standards within the specified time frame set by GDA, contributing to the significant economic growth driven by its collaboration with CPEC.

2.What is the payment plan of Canadian City Gwadar?2023-11-06T15:29:36+05:00

Payment plans is already available in Project section  – Payment plan window

Link is given below:


3.What are the other projects of Canadian City Gwadar?2023-11-06T17:46:24+05:00

We are pleased to announce our 2 other projects in Gwadar:

  • Industrial Free Zone (66 Acres)
  • Canadian Tower (High Rise Building project)
4.What are the guidelines to invest in Canadian City Gwadar for Overseas?2023-11-06T15:21:19+05:00

“The blog has already been published regarding the investment guidelines in Project section. You can find the link here. (https://www.canadiancitygwadar.com/guidelines/)

5.What are the achievements of Canadian City Gwadar?2023-11-06T14:58:11+05:00

“CCG falls in the A category NOC among approximately 30 approved housing societies in GDA. It was the first housing society to successfully submit a Forensic Audit to GDA. Many third parties have ranked us as a top site to invest, offering a safe and secure platform for investment.”

Here is the latest video of our achievements:

6.Is Canadian City being the part of Master plan and A category project?2023-11-06T15:28:38+05:00

“Yes! The Canadian City Gwadar is a part of Master Plan Phase 1 and also falls under the A Category housing project of GDA with approved NOC.”

7.What is the location significance of Canadian City Gwadar?2023-11-06T17:45:08+05:00
  • Located on Main Mand Avenue 328 FT wide trade route
  • 53.5 KM away Pakistan- Iran GABD Border
  • 5 km away from Marine drive
  • 4 km from Zero-point
  • 5 km from Makran Coastal Highway
  • 27 km from Gwadar cricket stadium
  • 6 km from GABAD Pak-Iran Border
  • 32-feet height from sea level
  • 15 km from Gwadar international airport
8.Development updates of Canadian City Gwadar till now?2023-11-06T15:27:52+05:00

“Approximately 60 kilometers of roads have been constructed, sewerage work has commenced, and development is ongoing on a daily basis.” For more updates call our team 24/7 Hours.

Contact Numbers: 92-303-947-9497/92-300-846-3247

9.What is the insurance policy of Canadian City Gwadar for Clients?2023-11-06T15:25:20+05:00

“Everyone is entitled to this policy, in which if a person dies during the payment of installments, all other installments are waived off, and the plot is automatically transferred to the deceased person’s family.

10. How can I check that the project Canadian City Gwadar is registered with GDA?2023-11-06T15:24:10+05:00

You can validate the CCG status on the official website of Gwadar Development Authority through below-mentioned link quoting our NOC number: 26/05/HS/GDA Gwadar Development Authority (gda.gov.pk)

CPEC & Gwadar – FAQs

Q. 1. What is China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)?2023-11-08T21:00:16+05:00

China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is an economic and development initiative between China and Pakistan covering infrastructure, energy, industrial, agricultural, science and information technology cooperation along with Gwadar port and city development and people to people exchanges aimed at socio-economic development and prosperity of not only Pakistan and China but the whole region. CPEC is going to enhance the regional connectivity leading to improved trade and economic cooperation in the whole region.

Q. 2. Installation of Power projects under CPEC is not balanced throughout provinces?2023-11-08T21:01:24+05:00

The energy projects are recommended keeping in view the source, load centres and the investors proposal considerations. Regardless of the location, power generated from these projects is added to national grid for nation-wide distribution.

Q. 3. How Thar is part of CPEC lying so much away from the road network?2023-11-08T21:02:17+05:00

Thar having indigenous coal supply is chosen for power project. Its evacuated energy will be part of national grid.

4. What are Special Economic Zones (SEZs)?2023-11-08T21:06:04+05:00

Special Economic Zone or SEZ means a geographically defined and delimited area which has been approved by the Board of Approvals headed by the Prime Minister. The SEZ Act was promulgated on September 13, 2012 and amended in 2016. The law provides SEZs to be set up by the Federal or Provincial Governments themselves or in collaboration with the private sector under different modes of public-private partnership or exclusively through the private sector. The provincial SEZ authorities are required to move the applications received from developers to the Federal Board of Investment which is to act as the secretariat to the Approval committee and the Board of Approval. Minimum land requirement for an SEZ is 50 acres (20.23 hectors or 202,343 Sq m) with no maximum limit.

5. How many SEZs are to be developed under CPEC?2023-11-08T21:05:42+05:00

Pakistan and China have finalized nine SEZs to be developed in the first phase under the auspices of CPEC. Four SEZs, namely Dhabeji SEZ in Sindh, Bostan SEZ in Balochistan, Rashakai SEZ in KP and Allama Iqbal Industrial City in Punjab, are at advanced stage of development. Moqpondass SEZ in Gilgit Baltistan, Mirpur SEZ in AJK, Mohmand Marble City in FATA, and two Federal SEZs namely Industrial Park on Pakistan Steel Mill land and ICT Model Industrial Zone are at the feasibility stage.

6. What incentives are being offered in SEZs?2023-11-08T21:05:30+05:00

The fiscal benefits under the SEZ law include a one-time exemption from custom duties and taxes for all capital goods imported into Pakistan for the development, operations and maintenance of a SEZ (both for the developer as well as for the zone enterprise) and exemption from all taxes on income for a period of ten years.

7. What is current development status of CPEC SEZs?2023-11-08T21:05:10+05:00

Four out of total nine agreed SEZs under CPEC are being developed at the priority. Allama Iqbal Industrial City and Rashakai SEZs are leading in development works and allotments of industrial plots with many industrial units being under construction. We also have some foreign investments in these SEZs especially from China.

8. How CPEC SEZs are poised to bring about industrialization in Pakistan?2023-11-08T21:04:51+05:00

China has advantages in experience, technology, financing, and industrial capacity, while Pakistan enjoys favourable conditions in natural resources, adequate manpower, quality infrastructure, access to international markets, and optimal policies for industrial development. The economic interests of the two countries coincide in a quintessential manner under the Framework Agreement on Industrial Cooperation that will go a long way. Pakistan envisages to provide a favourable business environment that will bring the Chinese Outward Foreign Direct Investment (OFDI) as well as FDI from other third party countries. This will result in the enhancement of industrial competitiveness, technology transfer, import substitution, export-led growth, human capital development, employment generation, and numerous other direct and indirect benefits to the economy.

9. What is the Northern Alignment of CPEC & current progress?2023-11-08T21:04:33+05:00

Status of CPEC Northern Alignment

10. Do we have any Railway Project under CPEC?2023-11-08T21:04:17+05:00

CPEC Railway Project (ML-1)

11. What is the purpose of establishing the China-Pakistan Joint Working Group on the Information Technology Industry (ITI) under CPEC?2023-11-08T21:12:20+05:00

The Joint Working Group on ITI was established to enhance cooperation between China and Pakistan in the field of Information Technology. The JWG is committed to implementing the agreements reached by the leaders of the two countries, improving the Information and Communication Technology infrastructure development in Pakistan, promoting the development and deployment of new digital technologies and applications, deepening the cooperation and information-sharing in the digital sector between the two countries, and building an innovative and pragmatic China-Pakistan Digital Corridor, maintaining an open, fair and non-discriminatory business environment, and empowering social and economic development with Information and Communication Technologies.

12. What are the main tasks of the China-Pakistan Joint Working Group on the Information Technology Industry?2023-11-08T21:12:55+05:00

The main tasks of China-Pakistan JWG on the Information Technology Industry include but are not limited to:

  • Propose and identify cooperation directions and projects with development prospects based on mutual benefit, to improve the efficiency of cooperation between Pakistan and China.
  • Strengthen the exchange of policy and regulation, and share best practices and experiences in the field of Information Technology.
  • Solve the difficulties and problems encountered in the cooperation between the two countries through coordination.
13. Where the CPEC fibre optic cable is installed?2023-11-08T21:13:19+05:00

CPEC is not only a connectivity network of roads, railways, ports, and oil and gas pipelines but it also has cross-border fibre optic cable connectivity between China and Pakistan. The 820 KM long fibre optic cable project at a cost of $44 million, stretches from China’s western Xinjiang region and enters Pakistan through the Khunjerab border and then travels through Gilgit-Baltistan to Mansehra, KPK to connect to Muzaffarabad, AJK and onwards to Islamabad and Rawalpindi, where its link with existing optical connectivity network of Pakistan.

14. What is the DTMB-A project of CPEC?2023-11-08T21:13:39+05:00

The DTMB-A is the Digital Terrestrial Multimedia Broadcast-Advanced CPEC project funded by a Chinese grant. The purpose of this project is to digitalize the existing three sites of the Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV) terrestrial network (located at Murree, Cherat, and Kala Shah Kaku) by adopting China’s DTMB-A standard.

15. What is the purpose of establishing the Joint Working Group on Science & Technology under CPEC?2023-11-08T21:14:11+05:00

The establishment of the JWG was an important step to refine the CPEC cooperation mechanism and strengthen Science & Technology cooperation between China and Pakistan. Given that cooperation in Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) is an important force driving the economic and social development of the two countries. The purpose of this JWG is to further enrich pragmatic collaboration concerning CPEC and to enable STI to better facilitate the high-quality development of CPEC.

16. What is purpose of agricultural cooperation under CPEC?2023-11-08T21:14:34+05:00

To modernize agriculture sector, create job opportunities and enhance the volume of bilateral and multilateral trade.

17. What are areas of cooperation in Agriculture under CPEC?2023-11-08T21:15:05+05:00


The two sides agreed to strengthen cooperation in the following eight areas:

  • Capacity building
  • Germplasm resources
  • Agricultural product processing
  • Agriculture technology extension
  • Fishery science and technology, aquaculture, and aquatic product processing
  • Establishment of FMD free zones in Pakistan
  • Market information and agriculture trade
  • Cooperation for agricultural development under CPEC
18. What is a role of CPEC in developing Agriculture cooperation?2023-11-08T21:15:27+05:00

CPEC is a regional connectivity framework that helps to identify potential areas of agricultural cooperation at the G2G level as well as joint ventures for B2B cooperation.

19. People are agitating at Gwadar due non-availability of drinking water. What is truth?2023-11-08T21:15:53+05:00

About improving water availability at Gwadar, a three prong approach has been adopted.

Water has been made available at Gwadar City from 3 x dams i.e Swad, Shadi Kaur & Akra Kaur. Requisite funds (Rs 11.2 Bn) have been made available. Project has been completed and being inaugurated.

Installation of 1.2 MGD desalination plant at Gwadar Port (Chinese grant 2.213 Bn) is in advance stages. Project completion April 2023.

Gwadar Port also has an additional capacity of providing 200K gallons fresh water.

20. People are agitating at Gwadar due non-availability of electricity. What is truth?2023-11-08T21:16:25+05:00

Improving electricity for Gwadar is being accorded highest priority. Following is relevant:

  • Additional 100 MW electricity from Iran has been made available for Gwadar in record time of 4 (four) months @ Rs 2.322 Bn. This speaks the volumes of hard work done under the leadership of Federal Planning & Energy Ministers.
  • Chinese provided 3000 solar systems have been installed at various households of Gwadar city. Chinese Authority (CIDCA) has initiated the process of procurement of 10,000 household panels in China for Baluchistan. Negotiations for the provision of 5000 additional kits are also under process with Chinese authorities. Such measures have addressed the power issues of Gwadar and adjoining areas of Baluchistan.
21. What Federal Govt is doing for improving better job prospects for Youth of Gwadar?2023-11-08T21:17:06+05:00

Today, Gwadar has three Technical & Vocational Institutes that is Gwadar Institute of Technology, Pak-China Vocational Training Institute and federally funded Precision Training Complex recently inaugurated by Federal Minister for Science and Technology.  Combinedly, these institutes will provide opportunities to youth of area and province in better job opportunities in various CPEC related projects both at Gwadar Port, Gwadar Free Zone as well as in entire country.

22. What Federal Govt is doing for improvement of Aerial Connectivity at Gwadar?2023-11-08T21:17:29+05:00

Airports Development and Aerial Connectivity.

New Gwadar International Airport development has paced up, test flight is scheduled to be undertaken soon while NGIA’s formal inauguration is planned in last quarter of 2023.  For optimum utilization of such big international airport, PCAA has been directed to formulate NGIA’s Marketing Plan.

23. What Federal Govt is doing for Human Development & Social Welfare at Balochistan and Gwadar?2023-11-08T21:17:49+05:00

Education and professional grooming is under focused attention for which various types of scholarships like for students from Gwadar, Coastal Regions Higher Education Scholarship Programme, Master Leading to PhD Scholarships Program (Indigenous and Overseas) for the Students of Balochistan have been resumed.

Likewise, establishment or extension of universities in almost all parts of Balochistan like Bolan University of Health Sciences, Quetta, Establishment of BUITEMS sub campus at Qilla Saifullah, Establishment of NUST Campus at Quetta, Establishment of University at Sibi, Mir Chakar Khan Rind, Establishment of University College at Dera Murad Jamali, upgradation of SBK university, establishment of University of Gwadar etc have been given special funding considerations.

Women University campuses being established at Pishin & Khuzdar

The number of eligible households of Gwadar awaiting registration with BISP has reduced from 8000 to less than 1500.

24. Which all Federal Projects are likely to be initiated / completed in Gwadar?2023-11-08T21:18:12+05:00
  1. Drinking Water Supply Scheme Gwadar Town – Inauguration
  2. Additional 100 MW electricity from Iran project – Inauguration
  3. Shenzhek Dam. – Groundbreaking
  4. Distribution of cheques to fishermen – Distribution
  5. Gwadar University – Groundbreaking
  6. Maintenance Dredging Gwadar Port – Groundbreaking
  7. 3000 solar systems installation project – Inauguration
  8. Basima-Khuzdar Road – Inauguration
  9. New Gwadar Int’l Airport – Soft Opening
  10. Pak-China Friendship Hospital – Inauguration
  11. 1.2 MGD desalination plant – Inauguration
  12. Gwadar Safe City Project – Groundbreaking
  13. Interconnectivity of Isolated Mekran Network – Inauguration
  14. 2 x Dams (Awaran, Panjgur) – Groundbreaking
  15. Turbat-Mand Road – Groundbreaking
  16. Panjgur – Gichak – Awaran Road – Groundbreaking
  17. 2 x companies in Gwadar Free Zone – COPHCL/ GPA
  18. Concept clearance of Gwadar Port & City Development Strategy
  19. Concept clearance of Studies on making Gwadar Port More Competitive
  20. Concept clearance of Studies on Capital Dredging of Gwadar Port
  21. Establishment of Coal Jetty at Gwadar Port – Groundbreaking
  22. Cross Stuffing & STS Projects – COPHCL/ GPA
  23. Basool Dam Ormara – Inauguration
  24. Construction of Breakwater at Gwadar Port – TBD
  25. Construction of Shipyard at Gwadar – TBD
25. What are areas of cooperation for Socio-Economic Development under CPEC?2023-11-08T21:18:30+05:00

Both the governments have been agreed to planned and implemented projects in variety of fields, including agriculture, medicine, education, vocational training, poverty alleviation, and fresh water supply across the country.

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