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Canadian Consul General Roy Norton on the Second International Trade Crossing

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Photo Courtesy of The Windsor Star

The owners of the Ambassador Bridge have spent a lot of money on a campaign to stop construction of a second bridge between Detroit and Windsor. They say the New International Trade Crossing would cost Michigan taxpayers millions of dollars…despite assurances from Governor Snyder and the Canadian government that it won’t. WDET’s Pat Batcheller asked Canadian Consul General Roy Norton what measures have been put in place to assure that Michigan taxpayers won’t be held financially responsible for the project.

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Photo Courtesy of The Windsor Star