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Build carbon capture plants or stop driving?

Build carbon capture plants or stop driving?

I got into a discussion with a political type recently about cutting greenhouse gas emissions. My initial question was about the use of carbon capture technology, like that used in the Boundary Dam Integrated Carbon Capture Project.
Frustrated by the potholes in the province’s highway system?

Frustrated by the potholes in the province’s highway system?

Recently I had the opportunity to drive Highway No. 22 from Killaly to Lemberg, and a couple of weeks earlier I had covered the stretch from Highway No. 10 to Lemberg.

All things considered...The lady doth protest too much

Not long ago I watched with interest as celebrity Jane Fonda answered media questions – re: her opposition to the oil sands and proposed pipeline project.
Local girl placed in top 20 of Miss Teen Canada

Local girl placed in top 20 of Miss Teen Canada

Shayna Waite of Preeceville set off on an adventure of a lifetime with very positive end results.
Scenes from the Provincial Horticultural Show

Scenes from the Provincial Horticultural Show

Camp Easter Seal fundraiser at Crystal Lake exceeds expectations

Camp Easter Seal fundraiser at Crystal Lake exceeds expectations

More than $5,000 was raised at a steak night fundraiser for Camp Easter Seal at the Crystal Lake Golf Course on July 17.

Preeceville recreation department offers new ideas

The past few months have brought many changes and upgrades to some of the recreational facilities and there are more upgrades to come.

Consider winter wheat

By Cory Jacob Regional crops specialist Watrous Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture It can be tough to think about next year’s crop before this one is in the bin, but winter wheat is well worth growing.

Small firms hire double the percentage of inexperienced workers compared to larger businesses

Canada’s smallest businesses lead the way in employee training, investing nearly $2,000 per employee on average each year according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business’ (CFIB) latest report.
OKRAINETZ, Margaret Okrainetz

OKRAINETZ, Margaret Okrainetz

Margaret Okrainetz 1938-2015. On August 9, 2015 Mrs. Margaret Catherine (Holhouser) Okrainetz of Swan River, Manitoba passed away peacefully in the Swan Valley Lodge at the age of 77 years.