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Released on June 2, 2017The governments of Canada and Saskatchewan are committed to investing in local infrastructure that provides Canadians and their families with access to modern, reliable water and wastewater services that meet their needs. These investments safeguard the health and well-being of residents, protect provincial waterways and preserve local ecosystems.
“The investments in infrastructure we are making will benefit Canadians for years to come - creating economic growth and middle - class jobs now, while laying the foundation for sustainable growth in the future,” said Goodale. “These water and wastewater projects will protect the environment and help keep our Saskatchewan communities healthy for generations to come.”
“The Government of Saskatchewan will continue to invest in infrastructure projects to improve our citizens’ quality of life as our province continues to grow,” Harpauer said. “Since 2007, we have invested more than $350 million in municipal infrastructure projects across the province.”
“The City of Moose Jaw is very appreciative to receive this funding from the federal and provincial governments, as it will support water and sewer infrastructure related to a new industrial park for our community that will add vibrancy to our city’s economy,” City of Moose Jaw Mayor Fraser Tolmie said.
“Without this federal and provincial support, we would never have the capacity to move our project forward,” Northern Village of Ile-A-La Crosse Mayor Duane Favel said. “We are very appreciative of these types of programs, which are essential to our community’s key infrastructure.”
“The project for our area would be difficult to do on our own,” RM of Waverly No. 44 Reeve Lloyd Anderson said. “We sure appreciate the help from federal-provincial programs like this. It helps take away some of the burden.”
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