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Saskatchewan advocates for importance of North American energy infrastructure

Saskatchewan Energy and Resources Minister Bronwyn Eyre appeared before the House of Commons Special Committee on the Economic Relationship between Canada and the United States on the importance of the Enbridge Line 5 pipeline for Saskatchewan.
Annual elm tree pruning ban to begin April 1

Annual elm tree pruning ban to begin April 1

The annual ban on pruning elm trees in Saskatchewan to help curb the spread of Dutch elm disease (DED) begins April 1, continuing until August 31. During this period, it is illegal to prune elm trees.
Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce disappointed with Supreme Court Decision on Federal Carbon Tax

Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce disappointed with Supreme Court Decision on Federal Carbon Tax

The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is disappointed with the Supreme Court of Canada’s ruling, which found the federal government’s carbon tax constitutional.
APAS responds to Supreme Court ruling on Federal Carbon pricing

APAS responds to Supreme Court ruling on Federal Carbon pricing

The President of the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) is disappointed with the Supreme Court of Canada ruling on the challenges to federal jurisdiction over carbon taxation.
Federal plans for Canada Water Agency concerns SARM

Federal plans for Canada Water Agency concerns SARM

SARM is concerned with the implications of the federal government creating a Canada Water Agency (CWA) and how that may affect the jurisdiction of the province of Saskatchewan and rural municipalities.
Deep Earth successfully completes 53-day geothermal production and injection test

Deep Earth successfully completes 53-day geothermal production and injection test

Deep Earth Energy Production Corp. (DEEP) has announced that it has successfully completed Canada’s first large-volume production and injection test on its 100 per cent-owned geothermal power project.
Precision Ag outlets acquired by Cargill

Precision Ag outlets acquired by Cargill

Following a successful 22-year joint venture, Cargill will purchase southeastern Saskatchewan crop inputs retailer, Precision Ag .
Tips on seeding part of first Ag in Motion digital event

Tips on seeding part of first Ag in Motion digital event

Farmers looking for practical seeding tips and information to get ready for a successful season this spring can attend the first Ag in Motion digital event on Wednesday, March 24.
CCS facility captured 67,699 tonnes of CO2 in February

CCS facility captured 67,699 tonnes of CO2 in February

The carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility at SaskPower’s Boundary Dam Power Station had another productive month in February, as it was online 96 per cent of the time, according to data released by SaskPower on Wednesday.

Saskatchewan announces support for new gas measurement and monitoring technology

The Government of Saskatchewan announced $500,000 to support innovative research and technology applied to measuring gas volumes and monitoring emissions in the oil and gas sector.