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Ottawa Mayor Mark Sutcliffe and Ontario Premier Doug Ford

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Ottawa Mayor Mark Sutcliffe says he discussed Monday with Premier Doug Ford the possibility of transferring certain responsibilities, such as Highway 174, to the province, to ease financial pressures on the city. national capital.

On Monday, Ford and Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow announced an agreement to transfer oversight of two major Toronto highways, the Gardiner and Don Valley Parkway, to the provincial government.

According to the province, this historic agreement provides $1.2 billion over three years to tackle the Queen City's chronic budgetary problems.

Ottawa Mayor Mark Sutcliffe told CBC on Tuesday that a similar deal could be possible for his city.

Mr. Ford called me, we spoke briefly and I think there is a willingness to listen. Ontario's big cities face a lot of challenges and I think this is the start of a conversation, now that they've completed the process with Toronto, about what can happening here in Ottawa.

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