Big Infrastructure Spending Already Paying Off, Canada's Minister Says
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been touting the largest infrastructure investment plan in Canada’s history, but the government has been slow to roll it out. The Liberals have completed just eight of the nearly 1,300 roads, bridges, and other projects it has approved since their election win 17 months ago. Canada’s Infrastructure Minister, Amarjeet Sohi speaks about the much-awaited economic kick the spending is expected to provide. He speaks with Bloomberg North’s Amanda Lang.