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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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City of Regina investing $112.6M for 2021 construction projects - Regina

City of Regina investing $112.6M for 2021 construction projects – Regina

Regina’s construction season has officially begun with a $112.6-million investment from the city into transportation, water, wastewater and drainage projects. “To invest over $100 million is not only essential to improving infrastructure throughout our community, it also creates jobs that contribute to our economic recovery as we look forward to coming out of this…

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COVID-19 outbreaks in Saskatchewan | Globalnews.ca

COVID-19 outbreaks in Saskatchewan | Globalnews.ca

Since the novel coronavirus pandemic began, the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) had been alerting the public about businesses that have likely been exposed to COVID-19 by an infectious person. This is done when health officials are uncertain they have identified all close contacts. The SHA said COVID-19 alerts will now only be issued when…

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