Opinion

It’s time to reconcile infrastructure, because it’s 2016

The infrastructure program will be a net positive to Canada. With additional measures, it can help build a resilient country that meets social, environmental, and economic requirements for decades. We should ensure that it does.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's commitment to increase infrastructure investment to $125-billion over the next decade could transform Canada for the better, write Liberal MP Will Amos and Roy Brooke. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By ROY BROOKE, WILL AMOS

PUBLISHED : Monday, Feb. 15, 2016 12:00 AM

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