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Water releases halted from Alameda Dam

The Saskatchewan Water Security Agency has once again halted releases from Alameda Dam. The WSA released water from Alameda Dam for the first time on Feb.

Crescent Point loses $510.6 million

Crescent Point Energy Corp. posted a fourth quarter net loss of $510.6 million including a $457.0 million non-cash after-tax ($611.4 million pre-tax) net impairment charge. This loss, announced on Feb.
Trican Well Services to absorb Canyon Technical Services

Trican Well Services to absorb Canyon Technical Services

And then there were two. Southeast Saskatchewan had seven frac operators a few years ago. The oil downturn that began in 2014 took that down to three. On March 22, it was reduced to two.

Spartan grew from a junior producer into an intermediate in 2016

Spartan Spartan Energy Corp. moved up to the next level in 2016, from a junior producer to an intermediate producer. On March 16 it released its 2016 year end results.

Regens issues reminder on recycling

Regens Disposal is reminding the public of the different materials that can be placed in blue recycling bins. Regens is contracted to provide curbside recycling and garbage collection services in Estevan and other communities in the southeast.
Canalta wins Employer of Choice tourism award

Canalta wins Employer of Choice tourism award

Tourism Saskatchewan announced that 27 businesses earned the 2017 Employer of Choice designation including the Canalta Assiniboia. This is the third year in a row that Canalta Assiniboia has received this designation.
Family key to Pick Farms’ success

Family key to Pick Farms’ success

Jack Pick believes family has played a big role in the success of Pick Farms Ltd.
Ag Day proceeded despite the weather

Ag Day proceeded despite the weather

The annual Moose Mountain Ag Day in Arcola offered a lot of information for the producers who braved challenging road conditions to attend the event.

Breakup is here, and it’s curling and conference time

At its customary time of year, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure removed winter weights for all of Saskatchewan's highways at 12:01 a.m. on March 15. Winter weights allow trucks to haul more weight on secondary weight highways.
Nash’s Restaurant has reopened after renos

Nash’s Restaurant has reopened after renos

Nash’s restaurant in Assiniboia has re-opened recently after being closed for renovations in February.