Canada’s ranking in quality of trade and infrastructure has been on a steady decline. How do we pick up the pace?
By Craig Slater,
Martin Charlton Communications
When it comes to international competition, Canada is often the country that comes out on top. If only hockey and curling could fuel the Canadian economy. Sadly, that’s not a reality.
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If Saskatchewan's infrastructure investments had been on par with the national average over the past 25 years, the province's GDP would have been roughly 1.6 per cent higher in 2015, according to a new report by The Conference Board of Canada. The higher GDP would translate into roughly $2,500
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The governments of Canada and Alberta are to invest in 10 highway rehabilitation and improvement projects, involving a total of 96 parcels of work. The federal government is providing funding for up to 50 per cent of eligible costs for the projects – nearly CA$255 million – and the Government of Alberta is investing more than CA$279 million. The projects have a combined total estimated cost of CA$535 million.
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