Feds provide $400 million in infrastructure money to the North

Photo Courtesy of GNWT Department of Infrastructure

The Trudeau government has allocated $400 million dollars for infrastructure in the North . Member of Parliament Micheal McLeod says the focal point of the money is for transportation.

McLeod says this one is focused on transportation.

“The government of the NWT will determine what the priorities are. Indigenous infrastructure money will be determined by indigenous governments
so there is a lot of different areas and different focuses that will points to the need in the North West Territories,” McLeod told CKLB radio.

McLeod added the Federal government will work with the Premier to assure the money is spent on the needed projects.

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Returning to the airwaves after a 9 year absence, Dan MacKenzie worked as a news director in Rocky Mountain House Alberta and Thompson Manitoba. As well as a lead morning news anchor in Prince George and lead afternoon news anchor in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. As well, Dan worked the evening sports desk from 1998 to 2000 in Winnipeg. Dan did his journalism education at Red River College, completing in 1997.

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