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Knowledge is power when you use your credit card

Knowledge is power when you use your credit card

(NC) When you get mail or other communications from your credit card issuer, do you read it and understand it? Do you file it and forget it? Or do you just throw it away? Federally regulated credit card issuers must provide certain key information to
$20 million going into project

$20 million going into project

BHP Billiton is investing $20 million in Saskatchewan’s research and development in the field of carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Crown land sale results modest

Crown land sale results modest

The total amount collected in the most recent offering of Crown land for petroleum and natural gas rights, may not have appeared that impressive, but the prices paid on a per-hectare basis, definitely were.
Saskatchewan once again leading the nation

Saskatchewan once again leading the nation

The province is retaining the title as the country’s top agri-food exporting province for the fifth consecutive year. The past year saw a record-setting total sales total of $15.
Sask. government wants support for oil industry

Sask. government wants support for oil industry

Premier Brad Wall has presented a proposal to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to support an Accelerated Well Cleanup Program (AWCP) in Saskatchewan.
Premier calls for support for oil industry

Premier calls for support for oil industry

Premier Brad Wall has presented a proposal to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to support an Accelerated Well Cleanup Program (AWCP) in Saskatchewan.
Drilling report indicates a continued decline in energy sector

Drilling report indicates a continued decline in energy sector

The numbers are indicating that the oil industry is in a continued slump, given the perspective provided by the Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC)’s 2016 Drilling Activity Forecast.
RM has several plans in place despite downturn

RM has several plans in place despite downturn

The Rural Municipality (RM) of Estevan has seen a slowdown, particularly in commercial developments, in the past year. Despite that, the RM intends to keep busy with projects in infrastructure and property in the coming months.
Invasive pests and seeds uncovered at nearby customs port of entry

Invasive pests and seeds uncovered at nearby customs port of entry

United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers in the nearby Portal, North Dakota customs station discovered multiple pests and invasive seeds while conducting inspections of rail containers at the Portal Port of Entry rail facility in No
Bienfait FD gets boost from Enbridge

Bienfait FD gets boost from Enbridge

The Bienfait Fire Department received a huge boost last week when representatives from Enbridge Pipelines (Saskatchewan) Ltd. showed up with a $10,000 donation for the purchase of much-needed equipment.
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