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Investing in Canada




Examples of the gap Canadians to get to work and home quicker and include congestion in urban centres, too many spend more time with their families; to have places Canadians struggling to meet their housing needs, to play and stay healthy; to enjoy clean drinking insufficient and aging water and wastewater water and pristine environments; and to run their systems, community infrastructure that is [...] Through the Investing in Canada plan, the federal government’s and National Priorities increased investment in infrastructure will be further leveraged by all orders of government to more The Investing in Canada plan addresses the unique than double the reach of the Plan’s funding. [...] What kind of infrastructure exists and how challenges include difficulty in determining how well it works affects the success and prosperity of much to invest, the lack of precise data on the communities and determines whether they have state and performance of existing assets, a lack of the capacity to deal with economic, social or innovation in infrastructure development and the other challenges [...] The construction of the new Champlain Bridge in Montréal, Quebec will provide a sustainable and long-term solution Another financing approach is attracting increased risk-bearing investment from private sector and to the evolving transportation needs of the region, and ensure institutional investors such as pension funds, the continuous and safe flow of people and goods. [...] INVESTING IN CANADA PLAN INVESTING IN CANADA: 3. A COMPREHENSIVE, LONG‑TERM PLAN Through the Investing in Canada plan, the The Minister of Infrastructure and Communities Government of Canada is making historic new is responsible for coordinating the Plan across investments in infrastructure to build the cities of the federal government and ensuring that the 21st century and provide communities acr


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