Growing the Economy: Transportation, Trade and Utility Corridors
One-third of our national GDP is based on exports. Economists have advocated building new infrastructure as the best way to restart the economy. But the longer-term benefits are even greater. Canada is the source for the best natural resources in the world, but they all depend on financially competitive access to global markets.
A national corridor is a network of rights-of-way across northern Canada for multiple types of infrastructure assets. It would connect all regions of Canada and provide market access for Canadian products, allow movement of goods and services while addressing social and environmental concerns.
This project is more than politics; it is about connecting communities & having the largest positive impact on economic growth. It is about long-term investment in the economic, social, and environmental quality of life of all Canadians. The value is immeasurable.
Possible topics of discussion:
- Motion 501: breakdown and importance.
- A2A project overview & project update.
- Logistics for highways, aviation, and rail, telecom, cyber and electric pipelines.
- Project business opportunities for construction, finance, and transportation.
- Major port of exit or entry with the United States.
- International supply chain access
- Canadian resources: agriculture and food production, mining, forestry.
- Local and provincial promotion: social, cultural, and economic growth to the benefit of all Canadians.