Jan 17, 2014
By AM740 Staff
Mayors in the Greater Toronto Area have asked the provincial and federal governments to let them know by March 1st how much financial aid they will get for the clean-up of damage done in the pre-Christmas ice storm. But Municipal Affairs Minister Linda Jeffrey says it could take months for a decision to be made. Bernard Trottier is Conservative Party Member of Parliament for Etobicoke-Lakeshore. He says the federal government is ready to do its part to help but the province must make a formal request. The damage done to GTA communities is estimated at more than 250 million dollars, including 106 million dollars for Toronto alone.
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