WINDSOR, Ont. — A public-private partnership (P3) may be the answer to the border woes at the Windsor/Detroit crossing, federal Transport Minister Lawrence Cannon said yesterday.
He suggested in a speech that Ottawa is willing to listen to the private sector if it wishes to help build and operate a new border crossing into the US.
A new bridge linking Hwy. 401 with US Interstate I-75 is expected to be built by 2013.
– With files from the Toronto Star
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