Residential flooring and bathroom floorings to get a boost in price
The federal government is offering some $30 million to help install new commercial and industrial flooring in the Greater Toronto Area.
The money is part of an $800 million program to upgrade commercial and residential floors.
In addition to the money for commercial flooring from the program, the province is providing $30,000 to $40,000 for new commercial floorings in the city of Toronto.
The province says the money will help install about 5,000 new commercial or industrial floorings.
The Ontario government has offered up to $150 million to purchase new commercial floors.
The government is also offering up to an additional $1 million to provide a new commercial kitchen.
The Ontario government is providing up to two new commercial kitchens, along with up to four new residential kitchen units.
Ontario’s program is one of the largest and most ambitious in the country, which is why many people have been calling on the government to fund it.
This is a major undertaking.
The amount of new flooring required to replace a given area of our country, if the flooring is not up to scratch, is staggering.
This is a very expensive undertaking.
And we are committed to working with provinces to achieve this goal.
It is a long process.
The government will continue to invest in our provinces and communities.
For example, Ontario is providing the funds for a new residential hall.
The hall is part-built by the province, so there is some investment in that area.
But we also are building a new restaurant in Mississauga, which will bring jobs to the area.
This project is in the planning stages.
I want to emphasize that this is not a program for the average person.
It is a program that will ensure the very best for people.
There will be a lot of new construction going on in the next year and a half.
We have some of the best new construction in the world, but the amount of work we will be doing in the first few years is simply too big to be done with only one or two projects.
As you know, I am very focused on infrastructure and jobs, and I am also looking at a plan to invest $200 million in new roads and transit.
The provincial government has committed to the investment.
But this is also a huge project, and we will see how it unfolds.
With that, I would like to thank the members of the House for their leadership and support in this important program.
Mr. Speaker, the members will now be introduced for the evening.
Hon. Carolyn Bennett, Chair, the House of Commons, on behalf of the government, and the members, greet the House.
Dear Members of Parliament, As we head into the new year, I want to be as clear as possible that we have a plan for a strong and resilient economy, a strong economy that works for everyone, a prosperous economy that creates jobs, creates opportunities, and delivers a fair and sustainable Canada.
First, we must remember that there is no one size fits all approach to addressing our economic challenges.
The challenge is to ensure that Canada’s economy is strong, flexible, and able to thrive in an increasingly competitive and global economy.
While we recognize that there are some challenges, the main focus is on addressing those challenges that will provide our economy with growth and long-term prosperity.
Our plan is to grow our economy by: strengthening the Canadian economy; supporting Canadian jobs; creating new opportunities for Canadian businesses; and protecting Canadian values and sovereignty.
At the same time, the government will be making sure that our economy is safe and secure.
We are focused on reducing risks to the economy and our people.
To ensure that Canadians continue to benefit from our prosperity, the federal government will make sure that we ensure that we keep taxes low, protect our borders, and ensure that our laws are clear and understandable.
What this plan does not do is to give up our sovereignty.
There is a clear line between our jurisdiction and the federal jurisdiction.
We will be supporting Canadian sovereignty in all areas of our economy.
Our plan also does not give up the rights of our Canadian citizens to live, work, and travel anywhere in Canada.
This includes protecting our rights under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and our freedom of expression and religion.
Canada is a country of immigrants.
The federal Conservative government is committed to protecting the values of our immigrants.
We also will ensure that immigrants continue to have the rights and freedoms we have in this country.
Finally, we will invest in jobs in our economy so that Canadians can continue to be able to find work, invest, and live with dignity and respect.
Now, to talk about the program.
The Federal Government is offering up $30m for the creation of a new industrial floor in Toronto.
To be clear, this is a project that will cost millions of dollars.
It will require the