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Investments into Core Public Infrastructure (Constant $B)* - text description

Line graph, from Statistic Canada, describing investments in municipally owned core public infrastructure as well in investments in provincial and territorial owned core public infrastructure. The graph shows a timeline between 1980 and 2010 and funding amounts are measured in constant billions. One line shows municipal investments starting in 1980 at just under $6 billion and rising steadily to just under $18 million in 2010. A second line shows Provincial/ Territorial investments starting at approximately $4 billion in 1980, rising steadily to $9 billion in 2010.

Source: Statistics Canada, August 2011

*Includes bridges, roads, water, wastewater, transit, plus cultural and recreational facilities

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