Trudeau ‘doesn’t want to work with us on housing,’ Alberta minister says | Power & Politics

From CBC News.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Edmonton Wednesday to announce more than $175 million from the Housing Accelerator Fund to build homes in the city, but the provincial government was not part of the announcement. Alberta’s Minister of Seniors, Community and Social Services Jason Nixon says the province is ‘prepared to invest even more in a partnership with [the federal government] but they’ve got to stop ignoring’ the provincial government.

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