MONTREAL, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Canada said on Monday it has committed 98 percent of the C$22 billion ($21 billion) it has earmarked for the second year of its economic stimulus plan and resisted pressure to extend spending beyond its March 2011 deadline. The government has earmarked C$48 billion over two years for extraordinary spending on infrastructure projects and other measures to boost the economy. It said it has committed funds to 23,000 projects, of which 97 percent have begun or ...
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