Canada's Crumbling Infrastructure

From CBC (via Zvi) Montreal mayor wants inspection reports for private buildings. It seems our neighbor to the north has crumbling infrastructure too. This is somehow reassuring (if it can happen to Canada it can happen anywhere, so it's not anything "we" did or didn't do), on the other hand it suggests there is no easy example to point to, if only we did like "so and so" we wouldn't have these problems.

Awareness of crumbling infrastructure is like a virus (whether the infrastructure itself is crumbling because of some contagion would be an interesting scientific hypothesis, but doubtful).

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