Trans-Canada twinning continues through Saskatchewan

INDIAN HEAD, Sask. — The Saskatchewan government is investing more than $11 million to resurface and twin a stretch of Hwy. 1, spanning from Indian Head to Wolseley.

The project has been divided into two separate contracts, and will be completed by two companies employing more than 200 full-time workers.

“The province is committed to twinning our portion of the national highway system to increase safety and comfort for the driving public,” says Highways and Transportation Minister, Pat Atkinson. “With the completion of these latest twinning projects this fall, drivers will be able to enjoy a long stretch of new twinned highway.”

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