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Documents show Liberals were told new infrastructure money could flow slowly

CJME Roddy PiperRoddy Piper
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 ()

*By The Canadian Press*

OTTAWA — The federal Liberals were warned months ago that the design of their vaunted infrastructure program could leave the government with little ability to spend money quickly if provinces and cities took their time with projects.

An internal analysis of the Liberal infrastructure program — a cornerstone of the government's economic agenda — suggested that the Liberals were giving up control over how quickly money could be spent in exchange for providing provinces and territories... // Read Full Article
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