Keep infrastructure funds flowing, big-city mayors tell Ottawa
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Canada’s big city mayors, such as Toronto’s David Miller and Calgary’s Dave Bronconnier, are urging the federal government to keep billions of dollars in infrastructure money flowing as the country enters a new era of restraint.
They want Ottawa to extend the $4-billion federal infrastructure stimulus fund for at least six months past the current March, 2011, deadline — and consider more funding even as it looks to save money elsewhere.
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