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Highway 7 - Kitchener to Guelph
(01-24-2019, 11:08 AM)Spokes Wrote: As in an election promise to restart it?

An election promise to push up the start date of the actual highway. Ford didn't promise this highway, McGuinty did. Wynne had been slow on this promise. Now Ford doesn't have to keep the promise, just say that the project 'is on the horizon'. Election promise, 2022, elect us, and we'll have it complete before the end of our second term. I think we're talk 7 ridings affected in the CMA's of Kitchener and Guelph.

I could be wrong, but I kinda doubt it.
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I think we agree in the thinking of the Ford Government, but disagree on the strategy. I think they'll try to resume work a year before the election so they can point to visible progress during the election.
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(01-24-2019, 03:48 PM)SammyOES Wrote: I think they'll try to resume work a year before the election so they can point to visible progress during the election.

Agreed; just like the Victoria St bridge and Shirley Ave work. Meet the new boss…
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