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Investing in Capital

Investing in Capital. More investment, more construction, more jobs.

The 2023-24 Budget invests in building a better Saskatchewan through needed infrastructure – hospitals, schools, highways, and municipal and Crown capital projects.

  • $3.7 billion in record capital investment, for hospitals, schools, highways, and many needed municipal and Crown projects.
  • $337.6 million into health care capital, including Prince Albert Victoria Hospital, Weyburn General Hospital, and long-term care facilities in Grenfell and La Ronge. Since 2008, $2.4 billion has been invested, including new hospitals and long-term care facilities.
  • $152.3 million for education capital to support new projects and to support ongoing planning and construction including five new schools and three major renovation projects. Since 2008-09, approximately $2.4 billion has been committed to build 60 new schools and 30 major renovation projects.
  • $442.9 million into transportation capital including twinning projects on Highways 6 and 39, and completing passing lanes from Highway 5 to Highway 2. Since 2008, more than $12 billion has been invested in transportation infrastructure, improving more than 19,400 kilometres of provincial highways.

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