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Electrical industry leaders meet local college students

Electrical industry leaders meet local college students

Students engaged in the Level 1 electrical training course at the Saskatchewan Energy Training Institute (SETI) – Southeast College campus in Estevan, played host to some electrical energy partners on Jan. 13.

Real estate market: vacancies up, prices and sales down

The effects of the continued economic slump can be seen in the prices and availability of property in Estevan’s real estate market.

Canadians selling to the U.S. with low dollar

With the Canadian dollar at low levels, it can be difficult to see the silver lining in such a tough economic time. However, it’s not all gloom and doom.

OTS looking forward to a busy year with events and involvements

The Estevan Oilfield Technical Society (OTS) is looking forward to another busy year with their annual events and other endeavours. The 57th annual OTS Oilmen’s open bonspiel will be held from March 17 to 19 at the Power Dodge Curling Centre.

Natural gas demand grows

Recently, as the true cold of the Prairie winter set in, SaskPower hit a significant milestone by breaking the record for peak power use in the province. According to a media release from the Crown corporation, Jan.

Sask. residents feeling confident

Canadians are still in a positive frame of mind when it comes to their personal finances, but they’re not quite as positive as they were a year ago.

SaskPower sets new consumption record

SaskPower established a new record for power consumption with the return to colder seasonal temperatures on Jan. 11. Saskatchewan’s new record peak load reached 3,640 megawatts (MW) at 5:31 p.m. on Monday. Last year’s peak of 3,628 MW was set on Jan.
Kelly Panteluk Construction donates to children’s hospital

Kelly Panteluk Construction donates to children’s hospital

Kelly Panteluk Construction Ltd. (KPCL) in Estevan has contributed $450,000 to the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan, allowing young patients, parents and their medical teams to have access to an innovative new space when the doors open.

Housing construction reflects current economic conditions

The housing construction statistics from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation are now reflecting the more current state of the provincial economy outside of Saskatoon and Regina.
Swenson chooses Last Mountain for candidacy

Swenson chooses Last Mountain for candidacy

Rick Swenson, the leader of the Saskatchewan Progressive Conservative Party has decided to toss his hat into the ring in the Last Mountain-Touchwood Constituency in this year’s provincial general election.
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