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What is infrastructure?
Simply put, it's the physical backbone of a community. It helps:
- efficiently move people and goods and get them to where they need to be;
- provide safe drinking water;
- keep the air and water clean; and
- offer public facilities for recreation, sports and culture.
Infrastructure is all around you: roads, sidewalks, public transportation systems, water treatment plants, museums and galleries, sports facilities, parks and trails, just to name a few.
May 15, 2013 - Winnipeg, ManitobaSturgeon Heights Community Centre receives LEED Gold Designation
May 15, 2013 - Toronto, OntarioCanadian Film Centre gets a beautifying boost
May 14, 2013 - Strathcona County, AlbertaBuilding begins on County's new transit terminal
May 14, 2013 - Trois-Rivières, QuebecInauguration of Hector-Louis Langevin Park
Did you know?
Housing is the foundation for strong and healthy communities in the North and across the country. With a financial contribution from the Infrastructure Stimulus Fund, the community of Kakisa, in the Northwest Territories, cleared brush and bought gravel to create roads and building pads. This helped prepare a subdivision for new home construction.
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