Seems to be a big week in Canada for announcing some of the solutions ($$$) for the psyOps. One of the many purposes of these psyOps is urban renewal or land clears.
We saw it in Oklahoma City, World Trade Center, Joplin, MO tornado, to name a few.
The province of Quebec says construction on a new commercial centre in Lac-Megantic will begin in early September.
100 businesses hope to be back in operation by the end of the year as part of a plan that includes a bridge across the Chaudiere river, a park to commemorate the disaster and a temporary rail line.
“The municipality, with the Ministry of Transport will build this temporary link and consider constructing a permanent railway line, but we have to continue the study about this issue,” said Premier Pauline Marois.
The provincial government will spend $16 million to rebuild Lac-Megantic, money that was already announced for this project several weeks ago.
Marois says no dangerous materials will be transported on the temporary line.
Meanwhile the mayor of Lac-Megantic, Colette Roy-Laroche, said at this point she does not know when decontamination of the Red Zone, the most-damaged area in town, will even begin.
It appears that area will remain off-limits to the public at least until next summer.