$35B in infrastructure spending planned over 3 years
May 3, 2013 by cp24.com
Ontario’s minority Liberals used Thursday’s budget to clearly signal their dedication to bolstering the province’s infrastructure by allocating $35 billion in spending over three years, one of the largest commitments to a single element in their fiscal plan.
The province aims to spend nearly $13.5 billion in 2013-2014 on building transit, highways, hospitals, post-secondary institutions and hospitals.
“We will continue to make investments in modern infrastructure,” Finance Minister Charles Sousa said in the legislature.
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