Focus on the Infrastructure Deficit

     November  2005

Canada's Infrastructure Deficit $2 Billion and Growing: New Magazine to Examine Issue
The task facing Ontario -- and governments across Canada -- is to repair the damage caused by past neglect and to prepare for the growth that is coming.   The infrastructure gap is growing at $2 billion a year - so  ReNew Canada magazine wants to be  doing something about it. 

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Atlantic Institute for Market Studies: Water Everywhere, but Who Will Pay the Bill?
"Water authorities across the country are increasingly wrestling with the problem of how to convince people to pay more for something that they regard as a right and that they are vaguely offended at having to pay for at all." 
Click here to read a column AIMS President Brian Lee Crowley wrote summarizing his remarks to the Atlantic chapter of the American Waterworks Association...
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Giant geyser erupts in Montreal


A broken water main flooded a Montreal parking lot and shot into the air like a spectacular geyser, damaging cars and drawing a crowd of onlookers.  Click here to watch a video showing what happens when people don't pay attention to municipal infrastructure...


Canada's Infrastructure Needs draw International Attention...
Still in the dark on Canada's Infrastructure Crisis?  This may help clue you in - this crisis has now caught the attention of the world financial markets. This National Post story highlights an Australian mission to Canada to discuss infrastructure needs and financing.




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