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EVRAZ announces temporary layoffs

EVRAZ announces temporary layoffs

Regina – The downturn in the oilpatch has directly affected steel-making workers in Regina. On May 15 EVRAZ Regina provided the following statement to Pipeline News.
Dancsok sells heavy oil delegates on us

Dancsok sells heavy oil delegates on us

Saskatchewan now produces over 500,000 bpd of oil
Crescent Point's new Carlyle office to open soon

Crescent Point's new Carlyle office to open soon

Calgary, Carlyle – That new office building at the corner of Highways 13 and 9 in Carlyle will be opening in June as the new field office for Crescent Point Energy.
Not as busy as Q1, but Crescent Point plans to keep drilling

Not as busy as Q1, but Crescent Point plans to keep drilling

Calgary – Over the winter drilling season Crescent Point Energy Corp. not only led drilling activity for Saskatchewan, but also for the entire country, with as many as 25 rigs working at a time.

Election budgets upset balance

Robbing Peter to pay Paul seems to be the way oil-rich Saskatchewan and Alberta took to tabling their new fiscal year budgets in March.
Looking for good news

Looking for good news

Some people are, by nature, positive and perky people. I wish I was one of them. Try as I might, my own personal nature tends to be more on the pessimistic side rather than the optimistic.
Fun trumps downturn at Unity spiel

Fun trumps downturn at Unity spiel

Unity – In curling there is an in turn, an out turn and this year, a downturn. Fortunately, the latter had little influence on throwing rocks during the 14th annual Unity Oilpersons Bonspiel played Feb.

Labour funding in budget

Regina – Saskatchewan’s 2015-16 budget tabled on March 18 will fund a variety of programs to boost workforce training.
Pumping oilfield resumés for jobs

Pumping oilfield resumés for jobs

Lloydminster – Oil and gas companies and employees aren’t the only ones affected by downsizing and layoffs during the commodity price downturn.
Energy practicums boost job odds

Energy practicums boost job odds

Lloydminster – Despite layoffs in the oil and gas industry due to low commodity prices, many energy program students at Lakeland College in Lloydminster are finding full time and summer employment.
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