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Infrastructure—not a quick fix for inflation

Supply chains involve countless firms across the globe that contribute to the production and sale of goods.

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Stimulus didn’t work in 2009—don’t expect it to kick-start the economy now

So-called “shovel ready” infrastructure projects take significant time to plan and implement.

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For my money—and for taxpayers’ money, too—“shovel worthy” is therefore a much better phrase than “shovel ready.”

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Canada’s largest cities are growing rapidly and what were once sparsely populated rural areas are quickly becoming city neighbourhoods.