Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan

REMI Network

1st Alt Hotel in Saskatchewan set to break ground

Group Germain Hotels will soon welcome its first Alt Hotel to Saskatchewan, once plans for the 15-storey hotel materialize in 2018.
Saskatoon

REMI Network

Retail is strongest asset class in Saskatoon: report

Retail has remained the strongest asset class in Saskatoon’s commercial real estate market in 2015, according to a recent Colliers International report.
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REMI Network

Saskatchewan infra projects get funding boost

26 infrastructure projects across Saskatchewan will receive more than $43 million in financing under the New Building Canada Plan’s Small Communities Fund.
Saskatoon

CondoBusiness

Saskatchewan introduces online condo resource

The massive growth in Saskatchewan's condo sector over the last decade has prompted the provincial government to develop a new online condo resource.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

$25.1-mil long-term care facility opens in Kipling

A $25.1-million long-term care facility recently celebrated its official grand opening in Kipling, Sask. The Kipling Integrated Health Centre replaces the aging Willowdale Lodge long-term care facility and the Kipling Memorial Health Centre.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Saskatchewan long-term care centre now open

A $22-million long-term care facility has officially opened in Radville, Sask., six years after the provincial government announced it would be replacing 13 long-term care centres across the province. The Radville Marian Health Centre features 25 long-term care beds, five of which are multi-purpose (used for observation, respite or palliative care), and emergency services.
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REMI Network

Retrocom plans Golden Mile mall redevelopment

Retrocom Real Estate Investment Trust is planning a $30 million redevelopment of the Golden Mile Shopping Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan, along with the addition of
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

$16-mil Sask. food centre receives federal support

A new $16-million Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre (Food Centre) is being financed, in part, by Growing Forward 2, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative. The new 30,000-square-foot facility will expand the province’s food ingredient processing sector, housing product development, specialized laboratory services, extrusion technology, interim capacity and more.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Sask. affordable housing complex officially opens

A $657,000, four-unit affordable housing development in Prince Albert’s West Flat neighbourhood has officially opened. The project, which was financed by the Government of Saskatchewan and the P. A. Community Housing Society Inc. (PACHSI), an Aboriginal housing provider, will provide rental housing for small families.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Social housing project opens in Saskatchewan

A new rental housing complex in Prince Albert, Sask. will help individuals with complex needs access safe and affordable housing. Funding for the project, which required a total investment of approximately $725,000, was provided by the Canadian government, the Province of Saskatchewan and the River Bank Development Corporation (River Bank). River Bank is a non-profit organization promoting social and economic development for low-income individuals in Prince Albert.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

New manufacturing centre planned for Saskatoon

The Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) and the Saskatchewan Polytechnic institution have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to establish a Manufacturing Centre of Excellence in Saskatoon at the school’s campus. The new facility will focus on improving productivity, innovation and workforce development for the province’s manufacturing industry.
Saskatoon

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Feds provide funds for Saskatchewan projects

The Government of Canada is providing $436.7-million, through the Provincial Territorial Infrastructure Component (PTIC) of the New Building Canada Fund (NBCF), to the province of Saskatchewan for new projects. Of that sum, $196.5-million will be dedicated to provincial projects and the remaining $240.2-million will go to other eligible PTIC applicants.
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REMI Network

Saskatchewan adopts new environmental code

Saskatchewan has adopted an innovative environmental code, reflecting the province’s new results-based approach to environmental regulation. Project developers will adhere to the same environmental standards