One of Canada’s biggest and most stubborn emissions sources is personal transportation. Appropriately, one of the biggest infrastructure envelopes is public transit.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tours the New Flyer manufacturing plant in Winnipeg in 2016. Alex Boston writes that if the Trudeau government's investments in 'expensive light rail infrastructure were conditional on clear intensification requirements, socio-economic costs would be minimized, and benefits maximized.' Photograph courtesy of the Prime Minister's Office
The federal Investing in Canada Plan has noble aims to build “cities of the 21st century.”
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One-term former Liberal MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes talks to The Hill Times about her life in federal politics and about her upcoming book, Can You Hear Me Now?, and she says she's not ruling out a return to the Hill.