MIL OSI Translation. Canadian French to English
Source: Government of Canada – MIL OSI in French
DeWolfe, New Brunswick, August 30, 2019 – investment in public infrastructure to support efficient transportation systems that contribute to the safety of Canadians on our roads while allowing efficient access to work, schools, and communities.
Today, Karen Ludwig, member of parliament for New Brunswick southwest, on behalf of the honourable François-Philippe Champagne, minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and the honourable Bill Oliver, minister of Transportation and Infrastructure New Brunswick, have announced funding for the paving of approximately 3.2 kilometres of highway 3 between the path DeWolfe and the area of the bridge, Cranberry Lake, New Brunswick. This project will improve the safety and reliability of the road.
The governments of Canada and New Brunswick are each contributing $ 761 – $ 500 in the framework of the Infrastructure component of rural and northern communities of the infrastructure plan to Invest in Canada.
“Roads safe and modern, are essential to ensure the health and long-term prosperity of canadian communities. We continue to work hard to ensure that the roads in New Brunswick are safe and convenient, which allows residents, local businesses and visitors to move safely and without delay. “
Karen Ludwig, member of parliament for New Brunswick southwest, on behalf of the honourable François‑Philippe Champagne, minister of Infrastructure and Communities
“The improvement of the transport infrastructure ensures that Canadians have more time to devote to their families every day. Once completed, this important road project will improve the safety and efficiency of the roadway for residents and visitors. “
The honourable Bernadette Jordan, the minister of rural economic Development
“Knowing this, that our priority is to maintain and improve our existing infrastructure, we have contacted the federal government to see how he could support us. We are pleased that it has agreed to support the projects deemed a priority by our government. “
The honourable Bill Oliver, minister of Transportation and Infrastructure New Brunswick
In the framework of the infrastructure plan to Invest in Canada, the government of Canada will invest more than $ 180 billion over 12 years in projects related to the transit, green infrastructure, social infrastructure, roads, trade and transport, and rural and northern communities of Canada.
Of this amount, more than $ 10.1 billion in support of projects aimed at trade and transportation, which includes $ 5 billion available for investment through the Bank of Canada’s infrastructure.
On June 27, 2019, the government of Canada has launched two new strategies : the canadian Strategy for connectivity, which aims to connect all Canadians to the Internet at high speed, and the first Strategy of rural economic development in Canada, which will stimulate economic growth and create good middle-class jobs in the rural regions of the country.
The Strategy of rural economic development, takes advantage of federal investments in progress and provides a vision for the future, identifying the practical measures to be taken in the short term and to provide a basis to guide future work.
These investments complement the Strategy of growth for the Atlantic, an action plan federal-provincial measures to stimulate economic growth in the region in the framework of the five priority sectors :
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