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G8 summit: A mountain of money for Clement's constituents

Industry Minister Tony Clement, the MP for Parry Sound-Muskoka, has distributed nearly $50-million to communities in his riding through the G8 Legacy Infrastructure Fund. The money is being used or everything from planting trees and repairing sidewalks to improving an airport and rebuilding a bridge, much of it in communities as much as 120 kilometres from the sire of the G8 summit in Huntsville.



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