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Premier Brian Pallister recently announced that the province is investing in Norway House.

 

Premier Pallister was recently in the community, and announced that a new cable ferry will soon be in operation, which will ensure safe and reliable access to Norway House.

 

He also announced that the province will be resurfacing a portion of PR 373, and that the province will be spending an additional $2,000,000.00 in 2018-19 to improve traffic signals and crosswalks at Rossville on PR 373.

 

Pallister said that the provincial government is committed to strategic infrastructure investments that directly support economic growth while enhancing access to northern communities. He added that the investment in a new cable ferry and the resurfacing of PR 373 are vitally important to the health, culture and economic prosperity of the people living in and visiting the region.

 

The announcements were made alongside Norway House Cree Nation Chief Ron Evans and the mayor of Norway House, Cristo Spiess, during Treaty and York Boat Days.

 

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