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When we make investments in arts and culture and sports and recreation, in vibrant public spaces, and even great public transit, we are not just investing in important infrastructure to improve the lives of our citizens—those are hard-nosed economic development decisions

Naheed Nenshi,
Mayor of Calgary
THE FACTS

Canada is one of the most urbanized countries in the world. Over 80% of Canadians live in cities

(Statistics Canada, 2014)

Canadian transit systems require $4.2 billion per year to repair and replace existing assets. This excludes meeting unmet or future demands of residents

(McKinsey Global Institute, 2013)

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce has estimated that congestion is costing the country $15 billion per year, equivalent to almost 1% of Canada’s GDP

(Canadian Infrastructure Report, 2016)