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Canada, Saskatchewan Investing in 28 Infra Projects to Build More Resilient, Greener Communities

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In an effort to create more resilient and greener communities, earlier this week, Saskatchewan (Canada) government officials announced more than CA$44.6 million in joint funding for 28 infrastructure projects across Saskatchewan.

According to a press release, among those who will from the investments announced is the City of Meadow Lake. 

The funding will go to a recreational, cultural, and community gathering center for city residents and surrounding communities. 

The center will feature an NHL-size ice surface, a pleasure rink, and a fieldhouse with concession stands. An event hall will also be accessible to host community gatherings such as weddings, funerals, charitable fundraisers, and other community events.

South of the Battlefords, the Mosquito Grizzly Bears Head Lean Man First Nation will also build a new Interpretive Cultural Art Gallery, which will provide an Indigenous Land, Language, and Relational Healing Circle focused on Indigenous mental health and well-being. 

YWCA Regina will build a dedicated healing space and ceremony lodge as part of its Centre for Women and Families project, allowing people using their services to access ceremonies and elders as well as traditional knowledge, medicine, and teachings.

The Government of Canada is investing over CA$25.4 million towards the 28 projects. The Saskatchewan government is contributing CA$19.2 million. Recipients are contributing more than CA$14.6 million to these projects.

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