WEST ST. PAUL – The federal and provincial governments have approved 27 infrastructure projects, focusing on water treatment and public transit. Representatives from all levels of government joined together to make the announcement today at the public works building in West St. Paul. Today’s announcement concerned Phase 1 of what the Liberals are calling their ‘Investing in Canada’ plan. Phase 2, to be tabled sometime in 2017, will likely focus on roads. The funding for the projects will be broken up 50-25-25: half of the money comes from Ottawa, a quarter from the province and the remaining quarter from municipalities.
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