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Andrew Coyne: You already pay to use roads — just not in a way that would fix traffic congestion

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Well what do you know. The good news in Tuesday’s initial report of Metro Vancouver’s Mobility Pricing Independent Commission, struck last year to come up with ways to relieve the region’s crippling traffic congestion, is not just that it has put mobility pricing — road pricing, tolls, or as the commission calls it, decongestion charging — squarely on the province’s political agenda: it’s that the idea was not dismissed out of hand by political leaders. That includes the premier, John Horgan, elected just last year in part on the strength of a demagogic pledge to eliminate the existing tolls on two Vancouver-area bridges. But that was then. “The tolls that we removed were in one part of the Lower Mainland,” he told reporters this week, “and it was the fairness question we raised during the

Un remaniement ministériel à saveur électorale en Ontario

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ANALYSE - La première ministre Kathleen Wynne accueille de nouveaux visages autour de la table de son Conseil des ministres. Un remaniement qui annonce la dernière ligne droite avant le scrutin ontarien du 7 juin prochain. Une campagne électorale qui retiendra l'attention de Philippe Couillard au Québec, Rachel Notley en Alberta et Justin Trudeau, dans la capitale nationale.
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