Created: Wednesday, 01 December 2010 15:28
Published: Wednesday, 01 December 2010 15:28
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.
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