communities built for change.
"The investments in infrastructure we make today will pay dividends for years to come: delivering clean, sustained economic growth; building stronger, more inclusive communities; and creating more good, middle class jobs for Canadians. By investing in infrastructure now—in the projects Canada needs and the men and women who can build them—we can strengthen and grow the middle class and make Canada an even better place to call home. To expand on the commitments made in Budget 2016 and the 2016 Fall Economic Statement, Budget 2017 will: Invest in faster, more efficient public transit systems that will help people get to work on time and, at the end of a long day, back home faster to their families ; Help build communities that are cleaner and less reliant on sources of energy that pollute the air, harm the environment and compromise our health ; Make it easier for hard-working Canadians to find decent, affordable places to live—with affordable child care and better support as they age"--p. .
|Department/Agency||Department of Finance.|
|Subtitle||communities built for change.|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Caption title. "#Budget2017" Issued also in French under title: Infrastructure : des communautés conçues pour l'avenir.|
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|Subject Terms||Infrastructures, Government policy|
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