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Saskatchewan store owner says province’s highway work is ruining business

Saskatchewan store owner says province’s highway work is ruining business

Laurie Thorsen says the Saskatchewan government‘s road work will ruin his business. Thorsen has owned Full Circle Service Station, about 35 km north of Prince Albert, Sask., for decades. In that time, he said there’s never been an accident on his southern approach. Read more: $830M budget for Saskatchewan highway system: provincial government Now…

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Man killed in Cochrane construction site incident - Calgary

Man killed in Cochrane construction site incident – Calgary

Alberta Occupational Health and Safety is investigating after a man was killed at a construction site in Cochrane on Monday. RCMP said it happened at about 9:30 a.m. in the Riversong community. Read more: Alberta OHS investigating workplace death in Lacombe County When emergency crews arrived, a man in his 50s was pronounced dead…

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Automatic flagging device protecting workers at Saskatchewan construction zones

Automatic flagging device protecting workers at Saskatchewan construction zones

A made-in-Saskatchewan solution is providing protection to highway workers. The “Guardian Angel” was developed by Watrous-based Guardian Angel Auto Flagger Manufacturing to allow flag people to be off roadways while controlling traffic. “We were determined to create a high quality, easy-to-use device that would eliminate the danger of collision with roadside flaggers and emergency…

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Speeding in construction zones still an issue in Saskatchewan

Speeding in construction zones still an issue in Saskatchewan

Some drivers are still not slowing down in Saskatchewan construction zones. Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) said police handed out 62 tickets during July to drivers going more than 60 km/h in a work zone. Read more: SGI reminds drivers to slow down when passing through construction zones Police issued nine tickets for various other…

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Flagger hurt at construction site in Burnaby - BC

Flagger hurt at construction site in Burnaby – BC

A flagger was rushed to the hospital Wednesday morning after being struck by a cement truck at a construction site in Burnaby. RCMP confirmed the incident happened around 11 a.m. at Hastings Street and Ellesmere Avenue, which is currently a worksite. It is still unclear exactly what happened but it does appear the flagger…

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