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Ceres releases latest status as Northgate project continues

Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000167 EndHTML:0000005819 StartFragment:0000000454 EndFragment:0000005803 Ceres Global Ag Corp released their financial results for the three months of business that ended June 30, 2015. The results were posted on Aug.

Sask. holds lowest unemployment rate

This province’s unemployment rate was 5.2 per cent in July of 2015 according to Statistics Canada. Numbers were calculated on a seasonally adjusted template. This was the lowest rate among the provinces and below the 6.8 per cent recorded nationally.

Energy use and GHG climb

The total energy use by industries and households in Canada increased 2.1 per cent in 2013, following a 0.2 per cent gain the previous year. Greenhouse has (GHG) emissions rose 1.9 per cent in 2013 following a one per cent gain in 2012.

BD3 receives another award

SaskPower has received yet another recognition for its efforts to advance carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies in the changing power generation landscape.
Transition plan proceeded nicely

Transition plan proceeded nicely

The transition of economic development services from the Estevan Chamber of Commerce to the City of Estevan appears to have gone quite smoothly.

Building permits lag behind previous years

The impact of the economic slowdown in Estevan can be seen in the drop in building permits so far this year. And while there was a slight increase in permits for June, the overall quantity and value of the permits are lower than in previous years.
Ceres building major grain terminal to serve U.S. market

Ceres building major grain terminal to serve U.S. market

Construction work is progressing on schedule at the transportation hub near Northgate, Sask. The hub is under the ownership of Ceres Global Ag Corp. with headquarters in Toronto. A 2.
Chamber enters transitional phase

Chamber enters transitional phase

Chamber membership emphasized by new director
No better buy local example than the farmers' market

No better buy local example than the farmers' market

There is no better way to exercise the proposal to buy locally than by visiting the local Farmers’ Market, said the market manager Patricia Thompson.
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