Garneau announces $71.7M in infrastructure spending for Nunavut

Marc Garneau, Canada’s minister of transport, and his Nunavut counterpart, David Akeeagok, announce $71.7 million in federal infrastructure spending in Iqaluit on Tuesday, Aug. 13. Funded projects include the renovation of Rankin Inlet’s airport terminal building, the completion of preparatory work needed for the construction of the Grays Bay Road and Port Project, the study and design of an all-season road that will improve connectivity in the Kivalliq region and the installation of passenger boarding ramps at airport terminals in seven communities. For details, see our upcoming story at Nunatsiaq.com (Photo by Kahlan Miron)

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(3) Comments:

  1. Posted by Electioneering on

    Ahhh election time, all the goodies that will be forgotten then re-promised again in 4 years, yipee!

  2. Posted by Kooloola on

    Totally agree with comment (1) that was sent. Why didn’t the Liberals announce all this when they first got elected…spending promises just prior to Elections!

  3. Posted by Arctic Circle on

    Must be election year, they Liberals are looking at buying voters.

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