November 8, 2012
TORONTO (AP) — A decision by Michigan voters to defeat a proposal that would have meant referendums on whether new bridges or tunnels are built between their state and Canada helps clear the way for a new Canadian-financed bridge deemed critical to trade, Canada's government said Wednesday.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said a new bridge is important to the economies of both countries and said he's very pleased to see the people of Michigan support it.
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