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Work is underway on the $25.7-million construction of a new water-control dam at Latchford.

Work is now underway on the replacement of the water-control dam in Latchford.The announcement was made in 2012, but construction on the $25.7-million project just began this past spring. Montreal firms Dessau Inc. ... more >>

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