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     Saturday, October 25, 2014

When a driver first encounters the highway work zone, they will see an orange sign with a black image of a worker on it and a tab that identifies “Workers Present”. 

Whether driving in the winter or summer, road conditions or road construction can be a factor. Before you travel, check your route to plan the safest trip. Know before you go.

There are 13 ferries operated throughout Saskatchewan. Check on the location, capacity and load limit.

The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure owns and operates 17 airports in northern Saskatchewan.

Details on current and past wildfire activity, fire weather, how to report a wildfire, fire bans currently in effect, safe burning practices and burning permit requirements.

Understand how auto injury insurance applies to you whether you're a driver or a passenger of a vehicle in this province.

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) ensures the security and prosperity of Canada by managing the access of people and goods to and from Canada.

Roads in northern Saskatchewan are an important link to our province's natural resources, economic and tourism development opportunities, and providing access to isolated northern communities.

Click above for more information on which highways we clear first and why, snow and ice control, safe driving practices around snowplows, how we use the latest technology for improved service and how to access the latest winter road conditions before heading out. 



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