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Connect to Innovate applicants should hear back soon: Jordan

News | 05/16/2019 5:16 pm EDT
Minister of Rural Economic Development Bernadette Jordan arrives at West Block for Question Period on Feb. 22, 2019./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

OTTAWA After details emerged last week that 60 per cent of applicants to the federal government’s Connect to Innovate (CTI) program still hadn’t been informed about whether their applications were successful, rural economic development minister Bernadette Jordan said that 85 per cent of the projects will “have shovels in the ground this summer.”

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