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Justin Trudeau was in Bridgetown today to announce $238 million in federal infrastructure projects for Nova Scotia. Trudeau noted that $87 million would be used to upgrade water and wastewater systems in Bridgetown, Lunenburg and Fall River. The PM also noted that $32 million would be allotted to public transit projects in HRM and other areas of the province. Sunny skies greeted the Prime Minister at Jubilee Park along with Premier Stephen McNeil, our MP Bernadette Jordan, West Nova MP Colin Fraser and nearly 700 people anxious to see the PM in person. It was a great event. #justintrudeau #nspoli #cdnpoli #publictransit #cleanwater
We have all seen the congestion problems at Carter's Beach this summer, well, the road is to be widened allowing for more parking at the entrance to the beach. The widening of the road will cost about $15,000, with the total amount being sharing equally between the province and the Region of Queens. The $7500 expenditure from the region has yet to be approved by the municipal council even though work on the project is expected to begin soon.
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