Canadian Consulting Engineer

News

Investments announced for Saskatchewan water works

The governments of Canada and Saskatchewan will each provide more than $27.3 million for eight water resource infrastructure projects.


Multi-level government funding was announced Tuesday, March 26th for eight new water and wastewater projects in Saskatchewan.

The governments of Canada and Saskatchewan will each provide more than $27.3 million for the infrastructure projects under the New Building Canada Fund.

Including contributions made from the local recipients of the funding, more than $82.1 million will be invested in total.

Projects include upgrading the water treatment plant in Melfort, improving the wastewater treatment and water distribution systems in Martensville, and upgrading the North Battleford’s sanitary sewer system.

The eight projects and total eligible costs:

Town of Blaine Lake

Drinking Water System Upgrades

$5,575,000

Town of Kindersley

Wastewater Lagoon Upgrades

$5,000,000

Town of Maple Creek

Wastewater Treatment Upgrades

$5,940,000

City of Martensville

Wastewater Treatment & Water Distribution Upgrades

$20,163,882

City of North Battleford

Primary Sanitary Sewer Trunk Upgrades

$13,600,000

SaskWater

Prairie North Regional Potable Water Supply System, Lloydminster area

$12,233,221

SaskWater

Regional Water Treatment Plant Upgrades in Melfort

$8,468,000

City of Yorkton

North Sewer System Upgrades

$11,130,000