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Canada leads fight against climate change

Canada leads fight against climate change

Canada is a world leader in innovation and technology in the fight against climate change, according to a press release from the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP).

City applies for PDAP designation

The City of Estevan has applied for funding from the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) due to a severe thunderstorm last month.

Electronic recycling program hits milestone number

A milestone was reached in June by the Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) in Saskatchewan. The leaders in the program said it has successfully collected and safely recycled over 25,000 metric tonnes (MT) since the program began in 2007.
Grand opening for Oxbow store

Grand opening for Oxbow store

The Southern Plains Co-op celebrated the grand opening of its new grocery store in Oxbow on June 24.
Weyburn Comp Graduates

Weyburn Comp Graduates

Brexit will not have big impact on Sask. exports

Brexit will not have big impact on Sask. exports

In the wake of a United Kingdom vote to leave the European Union (EU), Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall said he doesn’t expect the UK exit from the 28-state union of European countries to have much of an impact on Saskatchewan’s economy.
Oil producers will need more pipelines, soon

Oil producers will need more pipelines, soon

Major oil pipelines that should carry western Canadian oil to Eastern Canada and beyond, will be needed very soon if the Canadian oilpatch is going to serve its true purpose.
Support Local campaign generated positive results

Support Local campaign generated positive results

The Support Local Win Local campaign that appeared in Estevan Mercury Publications over the last 13 weeks was well received by the participating businesses, local readers and the newspapers.
RE/Max Supports The Summer Games

RE/Max Supports The Summer Games

RE/Max Blue Chip Realty’s Estevan office presented a cheque for $1,100 to the local Saskatchewan Summer Games committee earlier this month. The money was raised during a barbecue on June 15 at the Southern Plains Co-op.
Test facility had good results in first year

Test facility had good results in first year

The first year of operations at SaskPower’s carbon capture test facility (CCTF) at the Shand Power Station went relatively smoothly, which was good news for the facility’s tenant, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS).
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