Canada’s transport minister insists DRIC bridge will open on schedule

Canada’s transport minister insists DRIC bridge will open on schedule

Published on December 15, 2014

Canada’s transportation minister insisted Friday the planned $2.1-billion Detroit River International Crossing will not be delayed despite Washington’s failure this week to include $250 million for the project’s U.S.....

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