REGINA, Sask. — The Saskatchewan Department of Highways and Transportation has handed out several million dollars in roadwork contracts.
Highway 17 will be surfaced for 12.6 km near the Onion Lake First Nation, in a contract worth $3.7 million. Work will begin in May and end in July. It is cost-shared with Alberta, since it straddles province boundaries.
A total of 19 kms of Hwy 11 near Kenaston will be resurfaced from mid-June to late-July, for a cost of $1.9 million. Highway 2, near Cudworth, will be resurfaced for 10.3 km, for a cost of $1.1 million. Work will also be in the spring and summer.
Resurfacing of 13.6 km of Hwy 23 near Tisdale is also scheduled to be completed this summer, for a cost of $1.9 million.
And, finally, 8.3 kms of Hwy 3 near Prairie River will be resurfaced, for $1.2 million.
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