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Registrations now accepted for Sask Oil and Gas Show

Registrations now accepted for Sask Oil and Gas Show

The Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show announced that attendee registration is now officially open for the 20th biennial event, slated to take place from June 4-6 in Weyburn.
Southwest surveyed for mineral resources

Southwest surveyed for mineral resources

Potential lithium-in-brine, helium and petroleum resources may exist in the Swift Current area.
Five-year agreement to supply rare earth carbonate

Five-year agreement to supply rare earth carbonate

Vietnam export key to SRC mineral processing.
$30K in scholarships for students in mining-related post-secondary programs

$30K in scholarships for students in mining-related post-secondary programs

A total of 13 scholarships were awarded to Southeast College students, all of whom are enrolled in Estevan campus.
Higher oil doesn't shake industry talk on spending discipline at CAPP conference

Higher oil doesn't shake industry talk on spending discipline at CAPP conference

TORONTO — The price of oil has been on a steady climb all year, but the talk at Canada's biggest oil and gas conference is still focused on spending discipline.
Province refers federal energy regulations to economic tribunal

Province refers federal energy regulations to economic tribunal

Under the Saskatchewan First Act, findings by the independent tribunal can be used as evidence in court.
April sale of Sask petroleum, natural gas fetches $15.45 million

April sale of Sask petroleum, natural gas fetches $15.45 million

The southeast region brought in $13,795,439 for 84 leases and two exploration licences covering 9,797.237 hectares.
Opinion: Nobody's laughing at this April Fool's Day joke

Opinion: Nobody's laughing at this April Fool's Day joke

Not only should the government scrap the 23 per cent increase for the carbon tax, it should scrap the tax completely.
Update: Axe the Tax protests ongoing at provincial border highways

Update: Axe the Tax protests ongoing at provincial border highways

From Bonavista to Vancouver Island, Canadians are gearing up for a nationwide Axe the Tax protest April 1.
Canada's coal exports up again in 2023 as government's promised ban elusive

Canada's coal exports up again in 2023 as government's promised ban elusive

OTTAWA — Canadian exports of thermal coal increased another seven per cent last year, reaching the highest level in almost a decade.