Trudeau makes another spending announcement in B.C. ahead of election

Trudeau makes another spending announcement in B.C. ahead of election
Trudeau makes another spending announcement in B.C. ahead of election
Great to be back in British Columbia, especially alongside Premier Horgan, it’s been a busy summer with days like this to clean up the gas industry by cutting emissions. This means major step forward in the fight against climate change and four clean economic growth to create good middle-class jobs. This agreement, electrification projects for possible funding, Trudeau and his ministers have been no strangers to BC the summer, announcing tens of millions of dollars and funding for everything from a new Coast Guard ships salmon habitat restoration, storytelling Center in Vancouver’s Chinatown convenient timing. Well, there is this little thing called that election, that’s blooming. One political commentator says it’s pulling out. The checkbook is par for the course in the lead-up to an election campaign, particularly if you’re the government and you have the privilege of being boat and Suri. We made a decision and a promise to Canadians that we would invest important to the federal liberals, a particularly strong, showing across Metro Vancouver spending. Some cash to keep those beats isn’t out of the ordinary interposition is as old as as peoplekind themselves, and this next election could come down to BC in a centrally three places: Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia. That’S why you’ll see more spending announcements here, as The Unofficial election campaign continues Andrea Ross, CBC News Siri
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made another spending announcement in B.C. ahead of the fall election, a move seen by some as part of his party’s campaign. The federal Liberals have now made an estimated $2 billion in spending announcements in the province this summer.

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