By Nobina Robinson and Glenn Feltham Canadaâ€™s economy is inextricably linked to our infrastructure â€“ and itâ€™s always been so. Our nation and its economy would have developed very differently were it not for the construction of a transcontinental railway just fourteen years after Confederation in 1867. On the eve of Canadaâ€™s 150th anniversary, the country and the economy look vastly different than they did in 1881 when the first trains rolled from
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