Securing the future of Saskatchewan

Securing the future of Saskatchewan

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Information Shared at Open Houses for First Nations and Métis Locals

Information Shared at Open Houses for First Nations and Métis Locals

On July 27, 2021, the Water Security Agency (WSA) along with Clifton, Stantec and Associated Engineering (Prime Consultant) hosted an open house at the Dakota Dunes Resort in the Whitecap Dakota First Nation. The event provided an opportunity to share information with First Nations and Métis leadership on the preliminary studies being completed on the Westside Irrigation Project, as part of the Lake Diefenbaker Irrigation Projects.

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Public Open Houses a Major Success

Public Open Houses a Major Success

If two recent public open house events are any indication, there is a lot of interest and support for the Lake Diefenbaker Irrigation Projects (LDIP) and specifically the Westside Irrigation Projects. The public open houses, held in July in Delisle...

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The largest infrastructure initiative in our history. The brightest opportunities in our future.

The Lake Diefenbaker Irrigation Projects will take roughly 10 years to build and provide generational benefits that will transform the future of Saskatchewan. In addition to the impact of thousands of construction jobs, the projects will have a lasting effect on our agricultural economy and long-term food security.

Creating

more than 2,500 jobs annually

Supporting

new agricultural opportunities in table crops

Building

Saskatchewan’s share in global agriculture

Improving

Saskatchewan’s climate change resiliency

Investing

$4 billion in Saskatchewan’s infrastructure

Securing

the future of the Saskatchewan economy