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CSS project marks its one-year anniversary

It’s been a little more than a year since the attention of the global energy community was turned to Estevan for the opening of a project that is the first of its kind in the world.

Large equipment arrives for Boundary Dam project

It took a little longer than expected, but a massive cylinder that made its way through much of southern and central Saskatchewan in mid-September has arrived at the Boundary Dam Power Station. The vessel arrived at Boundary Dam on Sept.

Mission: Zero continues, encouraging Saskatchewan people to work safely

Workplace injuries go far beyond the immediate physical harm they cause. They lead to extensive loss of time from work while negatively affecting families, workers, employers, insurance rates and communities.

Wholesale trade numbers trend up in Saskatchewan

There may be some economic malaise in Saskatchewan these days thanks to the downturn in the oil patch, but don’t tell those who are engaged in other wholesale trade items about it, because they’re finding some success.

Local Co-op ranked among top businesses

The Southern Plains Co-op is once again ranked among the top 100 businesses in Saskatchewan by Sask. Business Magazine. Southern Plains was No. 81 on this year’s list.

Work included paint and signs

The weather during the latter part of summer allowed provincial signage and painting crews to remain busy throughout the province.
Powerful partnership inked between SaskPower and BHP Billiton

Powerful partnership inked between SaskPower and BHP Billiton

It’s a relationship being forged to spread useful information connected to providing a cleaner environment. On Sept.

Large cylinder making its way to SaskPower’s BD3 site

A huge piece of equipment belonging to SaskPower will be arriving at Boundary Dam within the next couple of days.
Local carbon capture projects receive international interest

Local carbon capture projects receive international interest

Interest in the carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology at Boundary Dam and Shand Power Stations continues to grow, as SaskPower hosts an increasing number of guests, all of whom are looking to learn more about the first-of-its-kind post-combusti

Infrastructure still a priority in the face of Saskatchewan deficit

After a spring prediction of a surplus in the provincial budget, the announcement from the Ministry of Finance that Saskatchewan is now anticipating a $292 million deficit is certainly not as optimistic an outlook.
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