Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces. 

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Build

Budget 2021-22 will build Saskatchewan with investment into new long-term care facilities, hospitals, schools, highways and vital municipal infrastructure.

Building Saskatchewan's Communities

  • $3.1 billion in capital investment, for hospitals, schools, highways and many needed projects
  • $162 million in health care capital, includes funding for new long-term care facilities in La Ronge, Grenfell and planning for Watson and Estevan
  • $5.7 million for urgent care centres in Saskatoon and Regina
  • $553.2 million in transportation capital, part of the $10.6 billion since 2008 to improve 17,100 km of highways and build bypasses and interchanges
  • Includes twinning on Highway 3 west of Prince Albert, multiple passing lane projects on Highways 2, 3, 5, 7, 12, 14, 16 and 39
  • $189.9 million for education capital, including $101.9 million to support 21 ongoing capital projects which will build 16 new schools and renovate five. A total of 57 new schools and 28 major renovation projects since 2008

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