Monday, April 6, 2020

Tag: Saskatchewan

Elections postponed due to coronavirus

Municipal and provincial elections are being postponed as a result of the global coronavirus pandemic that has impacted Canada. In New Brunswick, the provincial government...

Funding announced for new Prince Albert Hospital Project

The Government of Saskatchewan has announced an investment of more than $300 million for the renewal and expansion of Prince Albert Victoria Hospital. The...

Parking solution being explored for Regina General Hospital

The provincial government has directed the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) to conduct a market sounding and gather information to determine the feasibility of a...

Canada, Manitoba invest in Birtle Transmission Line

The governments of Canada and Manitoba announced funding for the Birtle Transmission Line, linking Saskatchewan to Manitoba's green, renewable energy. This project will help Manitoba...

Saskatchewan opens applications for ICIP funding

Municipalities and other eligible Saskatchewan recipients can begin submitting detailed project applications for two funding streams under the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP)....

Three premiers join to pursue small modular nuclear technology

Three provincial premiers are committing to the development of small modular nuclear reactors are part of the solution to reduce emissions. Ontario Premier Doug Ford,...

Premier Moe unveils 2030 Growth Plan for Saskatchewan

Premier Scott Moe released Saskatchewan’s Growth Plan: the Next Decade of Growth 2020-2030. The plan is a roadmap for building a stronger Saskatchewan. “Our province has...

$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...

Nearly $260 million in Saskatchewan fall tender plan

The Government of Saskatchewan will tender $259.8 million of highway construction work as part of the fall tender plan. “Construction crews have completed dozens of...

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...
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