More jobs incoming! That's what the federal government is promising thousands of Canadians within the next 3 years. 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government announced they will be working to improve Canadian infrastructure all while dishing out 60,000 jobs across the country, which comes with a $10 billion price tag.

The new announcement comes after Canada's plan to boost economic growth and create one million jobs after the pandemic unforgivingly hurt the economy.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Trudeau made the announcement with Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna in a conference Thursday.

"Through our agreement with provinces and territories, Infrastructure Canada has invested $10 billion in infrastructure projects which will improve the lives of Canadians from coast-to-coast," Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna said.

According to McKenna, over $20 billion in federal funding is still available and provinces and territories have access to this funding as of now.

Trudeau said through the Canada Infrastructure Bank, this three-year growth plan will invest in everything from clean power, zero-emission buses to jobs for youth.

 
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