Nova Scotia’s spending plan for roads, bridges grows by $60M

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Highway 104, the artery connecting mainland Nova Scotia to Cape Breton Island is seen on Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Public pressure has been growing to have the section of the highway between New Glasgow and Antigonish, N.S. twinned. The road has a high accident rate with many fatalities. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

The provincial government is pouring millions of extra dollars into its network of roads as it begins efforts to expand twinned highways and improve gravel roads.


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