Monday, August 15, 2022

Tag: Greg Ottenbreit

Infrastructure key pillar in Saskatchewan Party victory

The Saskatchewan Party has captured a fourth straight mandate, using its infrastructure successes as a pillar of its re-election platform. Coming off a term that...

Largest fall tender for highways in Saskatchewan

The Saskatchewan government has released $437.4 million in new highway projects in its 2020 fall tender, the largest in the history of the province....

Saskatchewan improving more than 100 rural bridges

The Government of Saskatchewan is partnering with the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) and the federal government to replace 100 bridges over the...

Saskatchewan invests into highway bridges and culverts

The Government of Saskatchewan recently announced that it plans to invest $52 million in 2020-21 to replace or extend the life of highway bridges...

Saskatchewan releases $300 million in new highway projects

The new highway projects released by the provincial government will help boost the Saskatchewan economy while improving safety and capacity. These projects are part...

$1.88-billion Regina Bypass reaches substantial completion

The Government of Saskatchewan has announced the completion of the Regina Bypass. The largest transportation infrastructure project in the province’s history in now open...

Canada and Saskatchewan announce $75.4 million for highway systems

Ralph Goodale, Canada’s minister of public safety and emergency preparedness, and Greg Ottenbreit, Saskatchewan’s minister of highways and infrastructure, announced more than $75.4 million...

Moe announces changes to Saskatchewan’s cabinet

Premier Scott Moe announced changes to his cabinet including new Ministers of Government Relations, Highways and Infrastructure, and Rural and Remote Health. Premier Moe...