COVID-19 changing the infrastructure lens across Canada
The onset of COVID-19 has resulted in some significant changes to infrastructure spending in Canada, which could be applied to health and education infrastructure, transport, and disaster mitigation.
Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna is pictured in Ottawa in November 2020. Aside from highlighting areas in our health-care system that needed increased capacity, COVID-19 has us rethinking where infrastructure investments need to be made, writes Warren Mabee. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade