It will be fascinating to see and hear what people will say during Transportation Week in Saskatchewan, which is this week.
Last week people on Twitter took the time to either criticize the Saskatchewan Government for when they announced it, or poked fun at them.
It was last Wednesday (31st) the Saskatchewan Transportation Company ceased operations after 70 years of service, then a day later (1st) the government declared June 4th to 10th Transportation Week.
In a news release the government says this week is “in recognition of the people working to keep Saskatchewan’s economy moving”.
Highways and Infrastructure Minister David Marit says in the same release, “Saskatchewan’s transportation industry connects our producers and manufacturers with consumers, which is vital to the success of our economy”.
The provincial government says they have invested $7.4 billion dollars in transportation infrastructure since 2008.