Liberals’ infrastructure program disappointing for Canadians
By Conservative MP Matt JenerouxApr. 1, 2019
This Parliamentary Budget Office report should serve as a wake-up call to the Liberals that the infrastructure program isn’t stimulating the economy or getting more projects built. Instead, it’s failing Canadians.
Infrastructure Minister François-Philippe Champagne, pictured on the Hill, the minister responsible for the Canada Infrastructure Bank, a Crown corporation set up in 2017 to 'invest up to $35-billion into new, revenue-generating infrastructure projects alongside private and institutional investors and provide advisory services to potential project sponsors,' according to its website. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government came to power in 2015 after promising massive changes to Canada’s infrastructure.
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