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Saskatchewan and federal governments put $40 million towards infrastructure

DCN-JOC News Services
Saskatchewan and federal governments put $40 million towards infrastructure

REGINA – The federal government and Government of Saskatchewan have announced $40 million in joint funding for nine infrastructure projects across the province.  

A new community centre will be built in the city of Martensville, featuring one regulation-size ice surface with spectator seating, a leisure ice surface with skate change area, an artificial turf facility, rock climbing wall and playground. 

Muskoday First Nation, located southeast of Prince Albert, will build a new centre that will showcase cultural events, ceremonies, workshops, language classes, history, art, dance, land-based learning and memorials.

Bridge replacement is planned in the rural municipalities of Meota No. 468, Miry Creek No. 229 and Mount Pleasant No. 2, along with the decommissioning of a landfill in Mankota No. 45.

The Government of Canada is putting $22.3 million towards the projects through the Green Infrastructure, Community, Culture and Recreation Infrastructure and Rural and Northern Communities streams of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program.

The Government of Saskatchewan is contributing $17.7 million and recipients are contributing more than $14 million with responsibility for any additional costs.

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