Rethinking Canada’s approach to infrastructure approvals and trade
Our historical experience with the Canadian Pacific Mainline, the Saint Lawrence Seaway, the TransCanada Mainline and the Trans-Canada Highway proves the long run value of planning and investment.
Canada’s current approach to national infrastructure is fragmented, subject to regulatory lag and legislative paralysis. Quite simply, it isn’t working and we are just starting to suffer the consequences, writes Kent Fellows. The Hill Times file photograph