Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Tag: Regina

Record Number of Water Main Breaks Occur in Regina, Sask. in...

A record-breaking number of water breaks occurred in Regina, Saskatchewan in February 2019 as a result of shifting ground caused by the extreme cold...

Regina Releases Proposed Utility Operating Budget

The City of Regina has released its proposed Utility Fund 2019 Operating Budget and 2019–2023 Capital Plan, which recommended a 3 per cent rate...

Southern Saskatchewan to Invest in Water Infrastructure Upgrades

The federal and provincial governments are investing in water infrastructure in southern Saskatchewan. Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness and the Warren...

EPCOR Completes Stress Tests for Regina WWTP Upgrade

EPCOR has successfully completed the performance testing and final facility requirements of Regina's Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrade project, as confirmed by independent certification firm...

Western Canada Fuel Supplier Awarded for Wastewater Project

The Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH) has presented the Co-op Refinery Complex in Regina, Saskatchewan with its National Water Wise Award for...

White City, Sask. Receives $7M to Build a New Wastewater Treatment...

The federal government and the government of Saskatchewan have each committed to contribute up to $7 million for a new wastewater treatment plant will...

Unveiling the Regina Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade P3 Project

This week, the City of Regina cut ribbons at the official unveiling of the completed Regina Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade Project in Saskatchewan—a project...

Canada and Saskatchewan Reach Agreement on $89 Million Under Clean Water...

Canada and Saskatchewan have approved an initial list of transit and water infrastructure projects under two new federal infrastructure programs introduced as part of...

$9.9M for Regina Water Projects

The end of January saw a funding announcement of nearly $45.8 million from the federal, provincial and municipal governments for 15 new infrastructure projects...

Feds Reinvest in Sustainable Infrastructure Research

Universities, municipal governments, and companies in Saskatchewan will be able to work together to develop innovative solutions to assess, maintain, develop and renew vital...

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