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Canada, Saskatchewan announce $13.5 million for nine infrastructure projects – Ontario Construction News

December 11, 2023

Nine infrastructure projects in Saskatchewan will share more than $13.5 million from the governments of Canada and Saskatchewan.

Pheasant Rump Nakota First Nation will build a 7,800-square-foot Indigenous Cultural Centre to promote the Nakota language and culture. Features include a rooftop patio and arbour connecting to Nakota lands, offering a safe and accessible space for community engagement with traditional knowledge, language, and culture.

“Through collaboration with our Saskatchewan partners, we are committed to improving overall quality of life by providing reliable drinking water and enhancing recreational opportunities. This shared commitment ensures sustainable solutions for the well-being and prosperity for residents for years to come,” said Dan Vandal, Minister of Northern Affairs, PrairiesCan and CanNor.

The Village of Lipton received funding to expand storage capacity of the existing lagoon to meet their growing needs and also eliminate excessive wastewater discharging. The work will see an approximately 36,800-cubic-metre storage cell built, along with transfer structure, piping, landscaping, and modifications to the discharge location.

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