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Ottawa to receive $325000 for cycling infrastructure

Ottawa to receive $325000 for cycling infrastructureThe city will receive $325,000 to create and improve cycling infrastructure as part of Ontario's Municipal Cycling Infrastructure Program. Read the news

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