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Saskatchewan announces $1.3M for water system upgrade, new service centre at 2 provincial parks

The summer of 2013 marked a milestone for Saskatchewan’s provincial parks.
The Saskatchewan government is investing more than $1.3 million in northeastern provincial parks. File / Global News

The Saskatchewan government is investing more than $1 million to upgrade a water treatment system and to build a new service centre at two northeastern provincial parks.

The service centre will be built at the Lower Fishing Lake Campground in Narrow Hills Provincial Park. It will include new showers and washrooms for park visitors.

The water treatment system at Greenwater Lake Provincial Park will be upgraded with a new membrane treatment process.

Work on the two projects is expected to begin early in the fall and be finished in Spring 2017.

Since 2012, the government of Saskatchewan has invested $53 million for capital projects and maintenance at provincial parks.

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