Infranews

Auditor General: Stimulus spending 'well managed.'

It's not often that Auditor General Sheila Fraser has something nice to say about government, but this week she surprised everyone by stating that the two-year federal stimulus plan had been 'well managed.'

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Provinces look to similar solutions:

News that the Auditor General has given the infrastructure stimulus funding a 'clean bill of health' was welcomed by both municipalities and industry. It's also left some industry groups saying 'That's great - but what can we do locally?' In Ontario, some industry groups are calling on a long term solution.

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Why spend all the stimulus money on infrastructure?

Sad news if you think the stimulus money finally addressed the problem facing the infrastructure of your community. Long story short - we're still in very, very rough shape across the Country. By some accounts, we're looking at a $400 billion shortfall.

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Watermain testing carries on 'for weeks' in Toronto.

Toronto residents are bracing for another winter, and another round of broken watermains causing traffic chaos. Residents along one street wanted to know why water keeps flowing, even if their watermains have been replaced.

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Watermain Break Clock hits $11 BILLION in repairs

It's a little project we started just over a decade ago... just how much do broken watermains cost taxpayers?

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Veso Sobot, P.Eng
Ipex Management Inc.
veso.sobot@ipexna.com
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