Construction companies are becoming increasingly concerned with how they will be paid for the construction of the new Trans-Canada Highway, and the first big question that comes up is how much they will have to pay the contractors.
That is because the government is negotiating with the builders for a $30 billion, six-year project.
The federal government has a contract to pay $7.5 billion in construction, and it was awarded in February to the Quebecor-Kwaja Group, which is owned by Bruce Kwa and his family.
Construction contractors have until December 31 to submit bids.
The government will not negotiate with the contractors until March, but the companies will need to submit their proposals by then.
The parties have until June to decide whether to proceed with the project.
In this video, we examine how the Canadian government is going to pay for the highway.
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The Trans-Canadian Highway is a $6.2 billion project.
A few things will happen when the construction is finished.
First, the Trans-Pacific Highway, which goes from Vancouver to Calgary, will be built.
The project is expected to be completed by the year 2021.
In addition, the Highway of the North is planned to be constructed.
The Highway of Northern Ontario, which connects Montreal to Toronto, will also be built as well.
The $15 billion Trans-Alaska Highway is also planned to open in 2022.
It will be a $10 billion, five-year bridge project, with the first section of it opening in 2019.
But that project is now slated to cost $4.7 billion, with construction expected to start in 2018.
In the meantime, the construction company, Armie Hammer, has been awarded a contract worth $7 million a month.
The company says it is making a profit on the construction and has plans to repay its debt.
It also has plans for another project, the new Quebecor Kwaja bridge, which will cost $11 billion.
The Quebecor Bridge, which was built with $4 billion in Canadian taxpayer money, is expected open in 2019 and will connect the provinces of Quebec and Alberta.