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Jonatan Julien, Minister responsible for the Capitale-Nationale.

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While Quebec's economy shows signs of slowing down, the minister responsible for the Capitale-Nationale says that a major transportation project must be launched “as soon as possible.” Jonatan Julien does not, however, put forward a timetable, while Mayor Bruno Marchand sets June as the deadline.

While admitting that the construction of a structuring transport network is good for the economy of Quebec, Minister Jonatan Julien affirms that he does not want to presume the conclusions of the Caisse de dépôt de placement du Québec Infra, responsible for determining, by June , the best scenario for mobility in Quebec.

Let's start by seeing the results of these analyzes before assuming anything else. But it's true that major infrastructure work is good for the economy.

A quote from Jonatan Julien, Minister of Infrastructure and Minister responsible for the National Capital

In 2022, the Quebec region recorded the lowest economic growth of Canada's main metropolitan regions. Québec international believes that this poor score could be repeated in 2023, while the optimism of entrepreneurs is in free fall.

The Minister of Transport and Sustainable Mobility affirmed, earlier this week, that the analysis of mobility in Quebec entrusted to the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec was a first phase and that it was premature to think about the implementation stage .

On the sidelines of a press briefing on the occasion of the inauguration of ice fishing on the Louise Basin, Mayor Bruno Marchand replied that we must develop a sense of urgency regarding the realization of major transport projects, in particular to ensure the economic vitality of the capital. Even if we say that things have been going well for 25 years, we cannot rest on our laurels.

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Bruno Marchand, mayor of Quebec

If we wait six months to say to ourselves after that “we're going to take six months to think about it”, and we're going to take six months after we've thought about it to say to ourselves that it's viable, we're going to have lost .

A quote from Bruno Marchand, mayor of Quebec

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Although major transportation projects grab a lot of attention in the capital, the minister Julien defends the record of the Coalition Avenir Québec in the region in terms of infrastructure. It estimates investments at $9.1 billion over the past five years. We're talking about seniors' homes, schools, we're talking about several major issues. […] Infrastructure investments in the National Capital are major, says the minister.

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