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Shand's new facility trying to keep coal alive

Shand's new facility trying to keep coal alive

Despite coal-generation dropping in Canada, Premier Brad Wall stresses use of fossil fuels and carbon capture during official opening of CCTF
SaskPower officially launches carbon capture test facility at Shand

SaskPower officially launches carbon capture test facility at Shand

Facility will provide unique access for global scientists and engineers
Student-driven business makes $11,000 in gross profit

Student-driven business makes $11,000 in gross profit

Treat Yourself recovers from slow start and makes big money, wins award
Turning passions into business opportunities

Turning passions into business opportunities

Southeast Newcomer Services offering tops for startups
Carbon capture project captures Edison Award

Carbon capture project captures Edison Award

On Monday, SaskPower’s Boundary Dam carbon capture and storage (CCS) project won the 2015 Edison Award, the international electrical industry’s top honour.
Top businesses on display at EBEX

Top businesses on display at EBEX

It was an evening to recognize a city of entrepreneurs and a community of business leaders in a celebration of the best in Estevan business over the past two years.
Aquistore, Saskatchewan's deepest well, officially opens

Aquistore, Saskatchewan's deepest well, officially opens

Project hopes to help reduce province's high GHG emissions
Mercury announces sponsorship of Summer Games

Mercury announces sponsorship of Summer Games

Estevan Mercury Publications will be the exclusive print media sponsor of the 2016 Saskatchewan Summer Games in Estevan.
EBEX Award finalists revealed

EBEX Award finalists revealed

The Estevan Chamber of Commerce has announced the finalists for this year’s Estevan Business Excellence (EBEX) Awards, which will be handed out on Friday, June 5 at Affinity Place.
Southern Plains chalks up another successful year of operations

Southern Plains chalks up another successful year of operations

The second half of 2014 may have been a tough one for the oil patch, but Southern Plains Co-operative weathered the fiscal storm just fine, posting a net saving of just under $3.26 million in 2014 based on gross sales of $77.62 million.