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COLCHESTER COUNTY, N.S. — Part of Trans-Canada Highway 104 in Colchester County is getting rebuilt road shoulders and a new coat of asphalt.

The province is rebuilding the shoulders and repaving 4.6 kilometres of highway from near Exit 15 to North River Road overpass.

“We continue to invest in our roads and bridges, across the province,” said Michael Baker, Minister of Transportation and Public Works. “We are taking the necessary steps to rebuild our road and bridge infrastructure.”

The cost of the project is about $1 million, and Cumberland Paving and Contracting Ltd. was awarded the tender to complete the work, which is to be completed by Aug. 31.

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