Federal Government and Province of Ontario
clash over Infrastructure Funding
The Federal Government has been signing
infrastructure funding agreements across the country, with one major
BC and Nova Scotia signed up last month. Nunavut just stepped up
and signed on to
$242 million in funding. Alberta has just wrapped up a
Provincial election, and we understand negotiations are still underway
across the prairies.
(photo courtesy Elmira Independent)
Conservative Members of Parliament crisscrossed the Province of
Ontario, announcing $64 million in new watermain and sewer projects.
The Federal Government says they have grown tired of waiting
for Ontario to sign on, and have announced
$64 million in long-awaited water and sewer initiatives. The
money would normally be a joint announcement of Federal/Provincial
money under a joint rural municipality program, but the municipalities will only receive the Federal share.
American Infrastructure in Rough Shape
Almost half of the states in the United States
are falling behind in their infrastructure maintenance and fiscal
systems, according to a report released Monday by the Pew Center on
the States and Governing Magazine.
Watermain Break Clock hits another
Since we last featured the Watermain Break
Clock, we've hit another unfortunate milestone - the two millionth
watermain break in North America since Y2K.
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Veso Sobot, P.Eng.
Director, Corporate Affairs