15 kilometres of highway to be repaved near Lanigan

LANIGAN — A 15-kilometre stretch of Highway 16 east of Lanigan is one of 15 that will be repaved using money from the federal and provincial governments.

Approximately 259 kilometres of Highways 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 10, 11, 14, 16, 33 and 39 will be repaved, at a cost of $40.2 million for the federal government and $41.5 million for the province.

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“This work will help local businesses compete, promote a higher quality of life for residents and support the long-term economic prosperity of this province,” said Bernadette Jordan, the federal rural economic development minister.

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