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There is a significant infrastructure-deficit across Canada. From new ones desperately needed by municipalities to existing ones that require renewal. They include water and wastewater treatment facilities, schools, hospitals, recreational centres, roads, highways and the list goes on. 271 more words
Killing the internal-combustion engine could be as simple as pulling the trigger.
Except there is nobody holding the gun.
Every day, Canadians pump about 200 million litres or 80 Olympic-sized swimming pools worth of gasoline into their vehicles, says a report released by the Canadian Petroleum Products Institute released this week. 1,122 more words