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Posted December 5 2011

Economic Development

Association Welcomes Government's Next Infrastructure Steps

Ottawa - The Canadian Public Works Association congratulated the Government of Canada and Infrastructure Minister Denis Lebel on Friday because of the announcement that the next phase of developing a new long-term infrastructure plan for Canada is underway.

CPWA believes that restoring Canada's infrastructure has both economic and social benefits and by starting now the government demonstrates commitment to infrastructure growth and renewal.

Developing a plan with the input of a wide group of stakeholders will ensure that the infrastructure partners build upon the successes and learn from the experiences of the Building Canada Fund and Canada?s Economic Action Plan.

"We demonstrated the benefits of bringing together governments and infrastructure sector representatives during the Government's Economic Action Plan" CPWA President Darwin Durnie said. "The ability to identify and complete an unprecedented number of projects in such a short period of time was due in part to the close cooperation of governments at all levels and the infrastructure community."

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