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Federal, Yukon governments put $10M towards Haines Junction water infrastructure

Federal, Yukon governments put $10M towards Haines Junction water infrastructure

VILLAGE OF HAINES JUNCTION, YUKON – Both the federal government and the Government of Yukon are investing a combined $10 million to upgrade over one kilometre of water and sanitary sewer pipes and over four kilometres of roads and alleys in the Village of Haines Junction in the Yukon.

The project will build on previous water, sewer and road upgrades by replacing more of the aging pipes and roads to support the municipality and its future housing developments, an Infrastructure Canada release said.

“The Phase 4 project in Haines Junction represents a significant milestone as it brings nearly all our water and sewer infrastructure up to current standards. This $10-million investment will improve our essential services and help to enhance our roads, supporting both current residents and future growth. We are grateful for the continued support from our federal and territorial partners in helping us build a safer, healthier and more sustainable community,” Village of Haines Junction Mayor Bruce Tomlin said in a statement.

The federal government is investing $7.5 million through the Green Infrastructure Stream of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program. The Government of Yukon is investing $2.5 million.

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