Global News link: Hill Hobbies: Getting in tune with Liberal MP Marco Mendicino Liberal MP Marco Mendicino has been playing the piano since he was about five years old. Four decades later, losing himself in the music still keeps him grounded, especially after long days on Parliament Hill. Related link: Global News link: The West… Read more »
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Elliot Lake Today link: Federal official pledges support for city grant bid Mendicino, along with Chike Agbasi, the federal policy and regional advisor for Ontario on infrastructure matters, held an almost two-hour press conference at city hall, outlining the federal government’s $180 billion, 12-year infrastructure funding plan. Under the plan, municipalities can apply for federal… Read more »
Sault Online link: An Updated Look at Anishinaabek Discovery Centre On Wednesday, Parliamentary Secretary Marco Mendicino was welcomed into Sault Ste. Marie by MP Terry Sheehan. Marco Mendicino, Parliamentary Assistant to the Federal Minister of Infrastructure has began a tour of Ontario, with visits in Toronto and Timmins before his arrival in Sault Ste. Marie…. Read more »
Timmins The Daily Press link: Parliamentary secretary to Minister of Infrastructure tours city facilities The Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Infrastructure toured the Timmins Transit garage on Tuesday to check on the improvements made through Infrastructure Canada investments on the transit system here in Timmins. “Well, we have been partnering on these projects and… Read more »
Windsor Star link: Howe bridge team announces $20-million community benefit plan A community benefits wish list was almost completely fulfilled Friday when Gordie Howe International Bridge project leaders unveiled their long-awaited $20-million enhancement package during a high-profile event at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts.
CBC Toronto link: TTC marks environmental milestone as 1st electric bus enters service The TTC board approved a joint $370-million plan with the federal government last November — $140 million of which is reserved to electrify Toronto’s buses. The new vehicles will cut annual greenhouse gas emissions by 100 tonnes per bus, according to Eglinton-Lawrence MP Marco Mendicino. … Read more »