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Canadian Navigable Waters Act - Highway 120 Bridge over Torch River

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways is giving notice that a submission has been added to the Navigable Waters Registry (Canadian Navigable Waters Act) for comment regarding bridge replacement on Highway 120 over Torch River at Candle Lake.

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Note that comments will be considered only if they are received not later than 30 days after the publication of this notice.

Posted in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, this 29th day of October 2022.

What Do We Need From You?

Transport Canada, the federal body that oversees transportation policies and programs, collects feedback from the public. They will not make your comments on a project available to the public on the online public registry. However, any information related to a work is considered as unclassified public record and could be accessible upon legal request. The information and records provided should not contain confidential or sensitive information. If you want to provide confidential or sensitive information that you think should not be made public, please contact TC before submitting it.

If you wish to provide comments, please visit the federal Common Project Search Registry, search for registry number 6113 and fill out the form. You may also mail your comments to:

Navigation Protection Program – Transport Canada
344 Edmonton Street
Winnipeg, MB
R3C 0P6

Who Can Provide Feedback?

Anyone who has comments or concerns on how marine navigation could be impacted by the installation of a bridge is welcome to share their thoughts.

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