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On Tuesday, March 15, I joined York Univeristy President Mamdouh Shoukri and many of York's staff members for a celebration of the Knowledge Infrastructure Program (KIP) funding being used to construct York's new Life Sciences building and renovate Osgoode Hall Law School. The KIP is a joint Federal-Provincial element of Canada's Economic Action Plan, which created jobs in the short-term while investing in a long-term knowledge based economy.
While we were outside the close to completed Life Sciences building, 45 other similar projects were being celebrated across the country. It was a heartwarming day, despite the chill, and I continue to be proud of my part in supporting Thornhill's and Canada's students.