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SaskPower partners up with flare gas power project

SaskPower partners up with flare gas power project

The SaskPower grid system was enriched by one megawatt of electrical power on March 3 with the startup of the Kineticor flare gas power generation facility which will add electrical power into the provincial grid system and it will be purchased by Sa
BID's O'Handley not surprised with result

BID's O'Handley not surprised with result

Barry O’Handley remains a strong proponent of reduced speed limits on Fourth Street through downtown Estevan, even if Estevan city council has opted not to change the limits. But he’s not likely going to press the speed limit issue any further.
Chamber campaign to promote interest in local business

Chamber campaign to promote interest in local business

The Estevan Chamber of Commerce is always on the lookout for ways to promote the Energy City’s business community. These efforts have led to a new campaign specifically meant to garner interest in local businesses this coming spring.

Progress being made on the public school facility frontline

They are finally making some progress. That was the one phrase used by Andy Dobson, facilities manager for the South East Cornerstone Public School Division, when he addressed their board of trustees on Feb. 25.
Southeast to see increasing pulse crop growth this coming year

Southeast to see increasing pulse crop growth this coming year

Growers of pulse crops are seeing added value to what they grow, with the price of those crops on the rise this year, due to increasing demand.
BD3 operated as advertised in January

BD3 operated as advertised in January

Boundary Dam’s No. 3 power generating unit and carbon dioxide collection system operated as expected throughout the month of January.
New AGM format

New AGM format

The Estevan Chamber of Commerce has made a change for its upcoming annual general meeting (AGM). This year’s AGM will be a luncheon on March 23 at 11:45 a.m. at the Western Star Hotel.
Dry growing season expected

Dry growing season expected

This winter’s low snowfall means that minimal spring runoff throughout Saskatchewan is highly likely.
Knowledge is power when you use your credit card

Knowledge is power when you use your credit card

(NC) When you get mail or other communications from your credit card issuer, do you read it and understand it? Do you file it and forget it? Or do you just throw it away? Federally regulated credit card issuers must provide certain key information to
$20 million going into project

$20 million going into project

BHP Billiton is investing $20 million in Saskatchewan’s research and development in the field of carbon capture and storage (CCS).