infrastructure spending

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Prime Minister Trudeau selling Canadians false bill of goods on infrastructure

More than 56 per cent of the nearly $100 billion is for so-called “green” and “social” infrastructure.

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The federal government calls the $7 billion set aside for subsidizing daycare “infrastructure.”

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Trudeau government stretches definition of infrastructure too far
Ottawa’s so-called infrastructure spending plan includes $77 million to develop regulations for driverless cars and unmanned air vehicles.

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Federal government’s infrastructure plan unlikely to spur economic growth
Ottawa may hurt the economy by focusing on pet projects such as parks, cultural institutions and recreational centres.

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Infrastructure spending in Canada—myths and reality
Just 10.6 per cent of Ottawa’s nearly $100 billion in planned infrastructure spending will be on trade and transportation infrastructure.

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Only a small portion of infrastructure spending will go towards building more efficient transportation corridors.