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Is the government holding back reports on the Champlain bridge?

As momentum seems to be building toward some sort of action on Canada's busiest bridge A new engineering report -- a pre-feasability study for a new bridge or tunnel -- says the cost of repairing it is increasing every year. It gives a series of framework recommendations on the new project, which would take between 9 and 10 years to complete. We talk to Liberal leader Bob Rae and engineer Hellen Christodoulou about the report -- and whether the government is witholding others.

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