Documents point to a problem that has plagued the federal program from the outset.
The arrangement has meant all kinds of heat for the finance minister.
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Montreal's Champlain Bridge is one of the projects affected.
OTTAWA — A new federal agency designed to fuse public and private dollars to help build infrastructure in Canada could end up building new roads and bridges south of the border — so long as they conne...
Tory House leader agreed it wasn't right.
That's about one quarter of the $3.27 billion budgeted to be spent on infrastructure programs in the 2016-2017 fiscal year.
The infrastructure minister also played down concerns that private investment could lead to state-owned foreign enterprises from countries like China controlling strategic infrastructure in Canada.
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"Canada has a made very strong commitment to be investing in infrastructure."
Trump's election in the U.S. may drive investors to Canada.
"'Allocated' is not the same as 'spent.'"
Quebec and B.C. on board.
Amarjeet Sohi maintains the spending was necessary.
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MP Blaine Calkins says the Liberals can't seem to help themselves when it comes to spending.
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Private sector could cover cost, report says.
The idea was put forward by Quebec's massive public pension fund manager.
Ferries, small roads, 3-year construction projects...
The more transit users in a province, the more the province gets.
Did the Liberals' maiden budget deliver on Justin Trudeau's core election campaign promise to create jobs and long-term economic growth by investing heavily in infrastructure?
The government has pledged $60 billion over the next decade on stimulus.
The Liberal government has been under pressure from big city mayors to loosen restrictions.
They want to speed up the spending of old Conservative funds.
Liberals are "actively" considering speeding up delivery.
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The government is now looking at moving up the spending schedule, pushing the money out faster in response to worsening economic conditions.
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Dwight Duncan will be interim chairman of the Windsor-Detroit Bridge.
Toronto is still a "safe city" even after a series of fatal shootings and stabbings over the last several days, Mayor John Tory told reporters Wednesday afternoon. "That is borne out by any of the st...
"Infrastructure is a way to opportunities."
They've even co-ordinated their look.
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Some fascinating people are set to make their mark in the next session of Parliament.
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The Alberta battleground riding of Edmonton-Mill Woods became one of only two ridings in the city and one of only four ridings in the province to go Liberal. For the first time in a decade, Edmonton-Mill Woods is not a Conservative domain. This is only one example of a larger trend across Canada.
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Tory incumbent Tim Uppal lost to Liberal Amarjeet Sohi by 79 votes in the election on Monday.
The biggest pledge the Liberals have made to Alberta is to heavily invest in urban infrastructure.
Calgary strategic voting group 1VoteMatters identified leading progressive candidates across Canada in advance of the Oct. 19 federal election.