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Opinion: Cancelling Saskatchewan Hospital P3 would save millions of dollars

Sandra Seitz writes:

For years, the Saskatchewan Party government has been championing the benefits of public private partnerships (P3s) as a way to build public infrastructure. It has used the P3 model to build four major projects in the province, including the controversial Regina bypass and the new Saskatchewan Hospital in North Battleford.

Our government has been surprisingly quiet, however, after news that Carillion, a major U.K.-based construction company involved in P3 projects worldwide, went belly up last week — leaving the British government scrambling to provide payroll and replace public services for projects that had been outsourced to Carillion.

Read more in the Leader Post opinion article

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