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‘We should be stopping the Brandt project entirely:’ Ryan Meili calls on halt to CNIB building - Regina

‘We should be stopping the Brandt project entirely:’ Ryan Meili calls on halt to CNIB building – Regina

Saskatchewan Opposition Leader Ryan Meili is calling on the provincial government to pause the development of a new Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB)/ Brandt building while the provincial auditor conducts her review. “We should be stopping the Brandt project entirely and starting over. The way it’s been done, has been done wrong from…

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City of Regina says construction season a success - Regina

City of Regina says construction season a success – Regina

The City of Regina has deemed construction season a success as crews wrap up work in the city. Two major projects on which crews worked this year were the Ring Road’s on and off ramps over Victoria Avenue and the installation of a crossing over Pilot Butte Creek that involved the realignment of Eastgate Drive. Both…

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High Street officially reopens in Moose Jaw - Regina

High Street officially reopens in Moose Jaw – Regina

For more than a year, High Street was the low point of Moose Jaw. The longstanding eyesore was voted the worst road in Saskatchewan earlier this year. But with Halloween just around the corner, residents say they’re ready to put the nightmare on High Street behind them. “We’ve gone from being the worst paved road…

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Regina Bypass at 90 per cent completion heading into winter slowdown

Regina Bypass at 90 per cent completion heading into winter slowdown

Construction on the Regina Bypass is now around 90 per cent complete, as crews prepare to wind down field work as the winter months approach. The secondary layer of paving is around 95 per cent complete on the $1.88 billion mega-project, and the final layer of asphalt will be applied starting next spring. “We’ve moved…

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Capital Pointe developer announces plans to continue construction - Regina

Capital Pointe developer announces plans to continue construction – Regina

After three years and $14 million, the Capital Pointe hole is finally set to begin construction. Or so the developer claims. Neil Abbott, counsel for WestGate Properties Ltd., told Global News the developer chose the first option put forth by the Saskatchewan Accessibility Standards Appeal Board: complete the project. “Obviously, my client was not inclined…

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