June 25, 2012
Why Canada Built a Bridge for Michigan
Neil Reynolds, Globe and Mail
The Detroit Free Press was fulsome the other day in its praise of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s adroit handling of the Detroit River International Crossing (DRIC), the formal designation of the new bridge that will – perhaps by 2016 – connect Detroit and Windsor four kilometres downstream from the gridlocked Ambassador Bridge. The Michigan legislature wouldn’t pay for its up-front share of $500-million? Not to worry. Mr. Harper has taken care of it.
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