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A map shows a section of Highway 11 south of Prince Albert. The map shows the work to be done in the Highway 11 Twinning project for each project year between 2009 and 2012.

The year 2009 includes grading and paving a small section of Highway 11 beginning at the junction of Highway 2, south of Prince Albert, and ending northeast of MacDowall as well as grading between Rosthern and Hague.

The year 2010 includes grading between Duck Lake and Rosthern as well as paving between Rosthern and Hague.

The year 2011 includes grading from northeast of MacDowall to Duck Lake as well as paving between Duck Lake and Rosthern.

The year 2012 includes paving from Rosthern to northeast of MacDowall.

The map displays other roadways, including:

  • Highway 302
  • Highway 2
  • Highway 212
  • Highway 320
  • Highway 225
  • Highway 312

In addition to Highway 11, the map also shows the urban boundary of Prince Albert and other towns including:

  • Shellbrook
  • Parkside
  • MacDowall
  • St. Louis
  • Hagen
  • Hoey
  • Duck Lake
  • St. Isidore-de-Bellevue
  • Domremy
  • Rothern
  • Balone Beach
  • Wakaw
  • Nelson Beach
  • Cudsakwa Beach
  • Wakaw Lake
  • Hague
  • Alvena
  • Cudworth
  • Neuanlage
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