Building classroom infrastructure

The 2024-25 Budget provides $216 million to create safe and inclusive learning environments for Saskatchewan students and teachers.

Budget highlights include:

  • $165.9 million to support 11 ongoing new or consolidated school projects and three major renovations in:
    • Balgonie
    • Carlyle
    • Saskatoon
    • Regina
    • Prince Albert
    • Moose Jaw
    • Lanigan
    • La Loche
    • Wilcox
  • $28.5 million for relocatable classrooms to increase space for schools facing growing enrolments.
  • $12.8 million for minor capital renewal projects that will allow school divisions to address structural repairs and renovations.
  • $8.8 million for planning nine new schools and two major renovations, including:
    • Pinehouse Minahik Waskahigan High School Replacement;
    • Regina East Joint-Use Elementary School;
    • Regina East Joint-Use High School;
    • Saskatoon East Joint-Use Elementary School;
    • Saskatoon East Joint-Use High School;
    • South Corman Park School Renovation; and
    • Swift Current Comprehensive High School Renovation.
  • The Government of Saskatchewan has committed approximately $2.6 billion toward school capital since 2008-09.
    • This includes 65 new schools, 32 major renovation projects and seven projects approved through the Minor Capital Renewal Program.

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