The federal government has put a new price tag on roads in Canada, but not in Alberta.
That’s because Alberta has been hit hard by the recession and has been pushing ahead with plans to spend billions of dollars on road infrastructure.
But there are other costs that could impact how long the province can continue to build roads.
As of July, Alberta had just under $3.3 billion in road debt.
Alberta is already facing another $3 billion worth of debt in the next few years.
As a result, the province is expected to have more than $15 billion in highway construction debt.
With that in mind, The Globe and Mail is looking at which cities are going to have the most money to spend on roads.
The cities we looked at include cities in Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia and Quebec.
We’ve also included cities that are already on the road.
As the economy recovers, the road system will likely grow.
But with more money at stake, the provinces needs to make sure it’s doing what it can to help build roads faster.
Here’s what to expect from each province as they continue to push ahead on roads, especially as the economy rebounds.
Ontario We’ve seen a significant uptick in the number of road projects in Ontario over the past few years, thanks to a combination of a strong economy and the federal government’s new program that helps municipalities get financing for roads projects.
In the last few years alone, the number has more than doubled from 6,831 to 9,936.
But this increase is still nowhere near enough to build the province’s highway system.
The province is already in a deficit of $3-billion, according to Finance Minister Charles Sousa, who said in May that the province will need to borrow at least $2.7-billion to stay afloat.
“It’s been difficult to see the provincial government build the roads that are needed for the economic recovery,” said Chris Dube, president of the Ontario Municipal Board.
“Ontario has a lot of work to do.”
The province will also need more money for the road network over the next several years to keep pace with demand.
Ontario’s Highway Infrastructure Program was created to help municipalities build their road network, while the province also receives $20-billion annually in funding from the federal federal government to help support provincial infrastructure.
The federal program provides $1.9-billion in grants for the province to build road projects.
But as it stands, the money is currently set to expire at the end of the year, and Ottawa won’t pay off the entire amount.
The provincial government needs to find a way to keep building roads, so it has already begun negotiating with other provinces to find new funding.
Manitoba While Manitoba’s road system is growing at a steady clip, it has struggled to meet demand.
Manitoba’s roads have seen an increase in traffic congestion, with about a third of the province being stuck in traffic jams.
Manitoba was also hit hard when the province cut back on road maintenance.
As many roads are in poor condition, the provincial governments highway maintenance budget is about $700 million lower than the federal average.
This could slow down construction of road networks and cut down on the amount of money available for road projects, which is expected.
Ontario and British Columbia Ontario and BC are currently in the midst of their own road network expansion.
The provinces are already working together on highway projects, and there are plans to double the number by 2025.
BC has also invested $1 billion to upgrade highways to make them more attractive for new vehicles, as well as to add bike lanes, better signal priority and other road improvements.
But BC is still far from being able to meet its goal of having roads that can handle every road user.
The BC government estimates that it will need more than 1,500 kilometres of road in 2035.
But while the federal program is helping to keep roads in good shape, it also needs to be used to build highways that are safe and comfortable to drive.
The government will also have to invest $2-billion over the course of the next decade to improve the safety of roadways and improve the quality of road infrastructure, said David Riek, director of transportation planning at the BC government.
“We’re seeing a lot more safety concerns in BC,” he said.
We can’t have that situation where the infrastructure is falling apart and it is falling into our laps.” “
When you look at our traffic congestion in BC, we need more of that, we really need more infrastructure.
We can’t have that situation where the infrastructure is falling apart and it is falling into our laps.”
With the provincial highway network being built, the federal funding has to be matched by the provincial.
As we’ve previously reported, the new federal program will only cover 50 per cent of the cost of a project.
That means that in 2020 and 2021, the BC provincial government will have to pay for half of the work, and the other half will come from