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Tasting the business world

Tasting the business world

Entrepreneurial students' edible cookie dough selling well
CO2 injection at Aquistore has begun

CO2 injection at Aquistore has begun

The Petroleum Technology Research Centre began commissioning the injection well at the Aquistore site west of Boundary Dam Power Station on April 16.
Looking for balanced energy generation

Looking for balanced energy generation

Power generation must be diversified, says Sask Wind founder
Perfecting the art of mentoring

Perfecting the art of mentoring

Mentorship is an important aspect of any business, and a local business woman, who is now also an international best-selling author, has written the ultimate guide to what it takes to be a successful mentor.
Businesses continue work under new temporary foreign worker regulations

Businesses continue work under new temporary foreign worker regulations

Over the past several years the Temporary Foreign Worker (TFW) program has been a boon to many Estevan businesses with employers trying to navigate a labour shortage in a booming economy.
Never underestimate the importance of safety

Never underestimate the importance of safety

Keynote speaker emphasizes safety at and away from work
Chamber preparing for year of change

Chamber preparing for year of change

Though the Estevan Chamber of Commerce’s annual general meeting underwent a change in format, just as the Chamber itself will experience a change in 2015, the meeting, held at the TS&M Woodlawn Golf Club, provided a look back and a look forward for t

Farmers’ market opening earlier this spring

The Estevan Farmers’ Market will open a little earlier than usual this spring. That was one decision made by the marketers who gathered for their annual general meeting last week which helped set the stage for another busy outdoor season.
Farmers’ market members enjoyed winter sales surge

Farmers’ market members enjoyed winter sales surge

Sales at the 2014 Estevan Farmers’ Market exceeded those of 2013 by more than $12,000 thanks to a doubling of indoor Christmas season receipts.
SaskPower outlines plans for 2015

SaskPower outlines plans for 2015

Saskatchewan's population is growing, and to keep up with the increasing demands, SaskPower has a number of projects planned, specifically for the southeast, which they say will help meet those demands.
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