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A two-year capital plan, worth $7.5 billion, aimed at building a strong Saskatchewan and stimulating the economic recovery from the impact COVID-19 was announced earlier this month by the provincial government.

“Over the next two years, our government will invest $7.5 billion dollars in schools, hospitals, highways, Crown utility projects, municipal infrastructure and other important capital projects designed to build a strong Saskatchewan,” Premier Scott Moe said. “This is a $2 billion economic booster-shot over and above the $5.5 billion our government had already planned to invest in capital projects over the next two years and will be an important step in our province’s economic recovery.”

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