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Maclean’s Luiza Ch. Savage Interviews U.S. DHS Secretary

Maclean’s Washington D.C. correspondent Luiza Ch. Savage interviewed U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson.

The interview covers topics ranging from ISIS, Canada-U.S. 561 more words

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Delray properties needed for DRIC bridge sold to project team

A Michigan state government agency gave final approval Friday to the transfer of 301 City of Detroit properties needed for the construction of the new Detroit River bridge project. 185 more words

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New bridge subcontractor wants input on tolling, lighting system preferences

The Toronto-based company hired to develop state-of the-art tolling, messaging and lighting designs for the planned $2.1-billion Detroit River bridge will soon be seeking input from drivers for their preferences. 168 more words

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Detroit council wants property sale proceeds for DRIC bridge pumped back into Delray

Detroit council on Monday demanded something in writing that guarantees re-investment in Delray’s neighbourhoods when the city sells 300 properties to the state for the new Detroit River bridge leading to Windsor. 554 more words

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Last remaining Brighton Beach resident still awaits deal to make room for DRIC bridge

Dave Joncas walks along his two-acre property in Brighton Beach, cluttered with rabbit cages, a chicken coop, a self-build plywood home and an Australian herding dog. 731 more words

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Detroit council rejects $1.4 million offer for properties needed for DRIC bridge

Detroit City council unanimously rejected a $1.4-million offer by the state government for 301 city-owned properties needed for the new Detroit River bridge on Tuesday. 512 more words

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Purchase of first U.S. properties for new border bridge close

Detroit’s city council is being asked to approve the sale of 301 properties needed for a new border crossing bridge to Windsor.

They will be the first properties acquired on the U.S. 330 more words

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