Should Sask. boost highway speed limits to 120 km/h?

B.C. is boosting speed limits on some highway to 120 kilometres per hour. What should Saskatchewan do?

Poll question lets you have your say

Should Saskatchewan raise maximum highway speeds to 120 km/h?

Earlier this month, the speed limits on some B.C. highways went up to 120 kilometres per hour.

In Saskatchewan, the top speed is 110, although on some highways, the legal limit is 100 or 90.

Recently, the trend here has been to lower some speeds.

So what's your opinion? Check out our poll below.


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