Infrastructure Minister in city to discuss spending plans

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Toronto, January 22 (CINEWS): Infrastructure Minister Amarjeet Sohi is on his first trip to Toronto after taking on his job where he was peppered with questions regarding the federal government’s infrastructure plans.
Sohi, a 51-year-old MP from the Edmonton area, met with leaders on Wednesday in Nova Scotia, where he assured residents that “each region, each province is going to get their fair share of the $60 billion of the new money.”
During last October’s federal election campaign, then-Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau vowed to double infrastructure spending.
It remains unclear when the billions of dollars in government funding would begin to roll out in Toronto and across Canada. Torontonians can’t wait to find out how much money has been set aside to dramatically improve the city’s ageing infrastructure.

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