When the Gath bridge is finally finished: Here’s where the rest of the world stands

The Gath Bridge is almost finished and there is no telling how long it will take to get it done.(The federal government is expected to award the contract for its construction in the coming weeks.)The construction has already cost more than $2 billion, but there is a good chance that the bridge will be complete…

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The Gath Bridge is almost finished and there is no telling how long it will take to get it done.

(The federal government is expected to award the contract for its construction in the coming weeks.)

The construction has already cost more than $2 billion, but there is a good chance that the bridge will be complete within six to nine years.

The bridge was first conceived in 1988 and was built to carry the world’s first two high-speed trains, as well as the first two passenger-carrying planes.

The project was also intended to connect downtown Toronto to York Region, but it has not yet been built.

In 2008, the Geth was closed for the final time due to flooding.

The Gath was built as part of a multi-billion-dollar federal stimulus package.

In 2016, the Liberals promised that by 2022, the bridge would be fully operational and ready for use.

This year, the federal government announced that it would honour the $3.5-billion promise and reopen the bridge by 2019.

The announcement came as the federal and provincial governments continued to negotiate a long-awaited contract with the contractor that would be responsible for the reconstruction of the bridge.

The contract is for the construction of the new bridge.

The Liberals have said that it will cost about $1 billion, and that the federal budget will provide an additional $600 million to fund the project.

The Liberals have also promised to pay the provincial government an extra $400 million, but this is not clear at this time.

The federal and Ontario governments will continue to negotiate with the company that will build the new structure, and will hold an open house on Tuesday.

The provincial government said that while it was pleased to receive the contract, it was disappointed with the federal decision to award it with a one-year extension.

“The provincial governments’ bid is not acceptable to the federal Liberals,” Premier Kathleen Wynne said in a statement.

“We are determined to make this decision in the best interests of the residents of Mississauga.”

Premier Kathleen Wynne says the federal Conservative government should delay the decision to rebuild the Gatha to make sure it will be completed by 2022.

Premiers are still negotiating with the contractors for a final agreement on the cost of the reconstruction.

It is unclear how much of the $2.7-billion price tag the federal governments will have to pay to reopen the Githa.

In the meantime, there are still a number of issues to be worked out.