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Uncertainty with carbon tax, frustration with pipelines says Panther Drilling’s Cory Hicks

Uncertainty with carbon tax, frustration with pipelines says Panther Drilling’s Cory Hicks

Weyburn – Cory Hicks, president of Weyburn-based Panther Drilling, was one of the first people to post a video saying his company would be taking part in the Regina Rally Against the Carbon Tax. And they did just that, on April 4.
No problems reported from convoy: Regina police

No problems reported from convoy: Regina police

Regina – The Regina Police Service (RPS) reported that things went well with the convoy leading to the Regina Rally Against the Carbon Tax on April 4. The police deployed 25 members to control traffic at 15 intersections.
Disappointment in the lack of national coverage for convoy and rally

Disappointment in the lack of national coverage for convoy and rally

Aerial photos show massive size of convoy

Report Sees No Invasive Species in SK Waters

Lakes, rivers safe for another year as prevention work continues

Outlook Among Locations in Environment Ministry Change

No public walk-in service at 19 office locations

Warman RCMP: Motorcyclist Charged After Driving 260 KM/H

Outlook RCMP assist in tracking dangerous driver

Kinsmen Foundation Releases Statement on Telemiracle Theft

Incident took place at a Rush lacrosse game Saturday

Arrest, Charges Laid in Broncos Bus Crash

Calgary man faces 29 total charges

Retailers for Cannabis Selected

BC entrepreneur receives Outlook permit

Candidate Wyant Listening on Campaign Trail

One of six names running for Sask Party leadership
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