Infrastructure: municipalities are key to second phase

Nearly 100 municipal leaders will be on Parliament Hill this week and will hold more than 150 meetings with parliamentarians to talk about infrastructure funding.

Highway 401 and Don Mills in Toronto. This is a watershed year for the federal-municipal partnership. The federal government has put forward an unprecedented plan to build Canada’s future by investing in local infrastructure. The recent fall economic statement underscored this commitment to generate growth by building stronger cities and communities, writes Clark Sommerville. Photograph courtesy of Flickr


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