Infrastructure Canada Projects and Programs (since 2002) - Saskatchewan

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Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan support new wastewater facility to serve RM of Frenchman Butte, Village of Paradise Hill and Town of St. Walburg

The Government of Canada and the Government of Saskatchewan announced funding for a new wastewater treatment facility in the Rural Municipality of Frenchman Butte. The construction of a new lagoon at a centralized site will better serve residents of this west-central municipality, along with the Village of Paradise Hill and the Town of St. Walburg. This new infrastructure will also improve the reliability and performance of wastewater collection and treatment in the area and protect the local environment, while also accommodating future population growth—effectively doubling the current system’s capacity.

Read more about the announcement here.

Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan support better transportation and improved safety with highway rehabilitation projects

The Honourable Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness and the Honourable David Marit, Minister of Highways and Infrastructure, announced funding for five highway rehabilitation projects in Saskatchewan. The federal government is providing up to 50 per cent of funding for these projects—just over $31.6 million—and the Government of Saskatchewan is responsible for all remaining costs. The projects have a combined total estimated cost of more than $64.2 million.

Read more about the announcement here.

CWWF Funding Approved:
The following graphic represent this information: 53.08% of the total available money was approved. $47.42 Million of the $89.34 Million from Clean Water and Wastewater Fund was approved.
PTIF Funding Approved:
The following graphic represent this information: 99% of the total available money was approved. $28.71 Million of the $29.00 Million from Public Transit Infrastructure Fund was approved.
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Data Update: 2017-05-19

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