Building Infrastructure

The Saskatchewan Party government is investing $7.5 billion through a two-year capital plan to Build a Strong Saskatchewan, which includes a $2 billion economic booster-shot to support the province's economic recovery.

Our plan includes significant investments in many priority sector's of Saskatchewan, like highways, healthcare, and education. The $2 billion economic booster shot includes more than $300 million in funding for highways projects, $200 million for health infrastructure, and over $130 million for education infrastructure. It also includes $150 million for local municipal projects through the Municipal Economic Enhancement Program.

Our Saskatchewan Party government has been proud to support important infrastructure investments across Saskatchewan, unlike the NDP who let our vital infrastructure crumble during their time as government. Since 2007, the Saskatchewan Party government has undertaken important investments in infrastructure, including:

  • 57 new or replacement schools
  • 28 major school renovations
  • 4 new hospitals including the Jim Pattison Children's Hospital and 3 additional hospitals currently under development
  • 14 new long-term care facilities with a 15th currently under construction
  • 18,500 improved kilometres of highway

The Saskatchewan Party remains committed to investing in important infrastructure projects to support the priorities of citizens, like yourself. Our government has had a strong track record of building infrastructure and the Saskatchewan Party will continue to build on this record.