City of Regina considering changes following construction-related complaints

Construction season has a lot of people talking in Regina, and the mayor is assuring residents he’s paying attention. “I’m getting lots of calls on my Speak Out line, I’m getting emails, letters and [hear it on the] street,” Fougere…

City of Lethbridge halts major road project after residents voice concerns

The City of Lethbridge announced late Thursday afternoon that the planned improvements at McMaster Boulevard, McLeod Drive and Mount Burke Boulevard W. are being delayed, and as a result, the intersection will reopen Thursday evening. That project, coupled with the…

SaskPower invests nearly $19M into infrastructure upgrades in Regina

SaskPower has begun work on numerous projects around Regina that focus on improving reliability for its customers. “It takes a lot of effort and investment to keep Saskatchewan’s aging electrical infrastructure up and running, and Regina is no exception,” said…

Sask. government kicks off highway construction season with emphasis on safety

Highway construction season has officially kicked off in Saskatchewan with a focus on safety. The Saskatchewan government is investing more than $700 million in highways, improving 1,000 kilometers worth of roads. Story continues below “We are launching the Enhanced Intersection…

Albert Street south construction project not going over well with drivers

It’s been almost two weeks since the City of Regina announced their construction plan, and on Wednesday work begins on Albert Street south. Parts of the roads between 25th Avenue and Gordon Road will see concrete replacement and paving. The…

Ste-Catherine Street merchants struggle amid construction

May 16 2019 6:13pm Construction on Ste-Catherine Street is hitting businesses where it hurts – on their bottom line. As Global’s Amanda Jelowicki reports, local retailers are complaining they are suffering because of ongoing work in downtown Montreal. ‘ });…