Saskatchewan's PDAP to deal with no heat, no hot water claims first

By paNOW Staff
October 4, 2010 - 11:33am

By Sarah Mills

Saskatchewan’s Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) is pushing households with damaged furnaces and water heaters to the front of the line.

The government has been reviewing and re-organizing applications to flag those with heating issue, staring with those from Maple Creek.

Also, those with old and damaged furnaces will now see depreciation on furnaces capped at 35 per cent.

The Saskatchewan government is asking that you contact your local PDAP representative if storm damage has put you out in the cold.

Public Safety Minister Yogi Huyghebaert will be holding a media conference at 11 a.m. on Monday to provide further details.

To date, PDAP has received $7.1 million worth of claims.

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