Friday, June 2, 2017


It’s the centrepiece of the Liberal government’s economic strategy.
The promise to make “historic” investments in transit, bridges and roads “will create good, well-paying jobs that can help strengthen and grow the middle class today, while building Canada’s economy for the future,” the government claims.
Except, according to Toronto Mayor John Tory, the law of unintended consequences is kicking in and new projects in Canada’s biggest city are at risk of being stranded because Kathleen Wynne’s Ontario government is not committing the necessary funds.
I predict she'll find the funds at a date closer to election time...

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