Infrastructure Bank’s backing makes Ottawa the test bed for Canada’s electric-bus ambitions

OTTAWA — The federal government’s Canada Infrastructure Bank is taking all the risk if a $400-million loan to buy Ottawa’s transit system hundreds of new electric buses goes wrong, the city’s transit boss told city councillors last week.

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