- Created: Tuesday, 21 December 2010 14:59
- Published: Tuesday, 21 December 2010 14:59
Inland aggregates invests in a new plant and dredge, helping maintain a decent local economy
Keeping the world economy in perspective, Winnipeg, Manitoba, is surprisingly OK. There are several projects set to consume large amounts of concrete in the area including a human rights museum, which is being funded by more than $98 million generated by a private-sector campaign. About $193 million has been committed to build an inland port around Winnipeg's James Armstrong Richardson International Airport.
Gulf coast limestone finds safe ports in the economic storm
Given the recession, if a man tells you he had a good year last year and expects more of the same this year, he is either a nut, a liar or a criminal. Right? Well, not necessarily.