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SaskPower selects proponent for new 100-megawatt solar facility near Estevan

SaskPower selects proponent for new 100-megawatt solar facility near Estevan

Construction is scheduled to begin in 2025 and the facility is expected to come online as early as December 2026.
Unit 4 at Boundary Dam was online for almost a third of 2023

Unit 4 at Boundary Dam was online for almost a third of 2023

Unit 4 at the Boundary Dam Power Station continued to provide electricity to the province's power grid in 2023, even though it's been on standby since December 2021.
Opinion: Oil and gas Canada’s richest natural resource

Opinion: Oil and gas Canada’s richest natural resource

Oil and gas assets valued at more than $40,000 per Canadian in 2022, StatsCan data shows.
Oilfield rig equipment, believed to be stolen, recovered in Oxbow

Oilfield rig equipment, believed to be stolen, recovered in Oxbow

The items are believed to have been stolen in the summer of 2023.
SaskPower's CCS facility had its second-best year in 2023

SaskPower's CCS facility had its second-best year in 2023

The CCS facility at the Boundary Dam Power Station had its second-best year ever in 2023, and the facility itself was available more than 85 per cent of the time:
Lampman's Shirley Carson Therapeutic Park receives donation from energy company

Lampman's Shirley Carson Therapeutic Park receives donation from energy company

Tundra Oil and Gas recently made a cheque presentation to the Shirley Carson Therapeutic Park in Lampman.
Update: Carlyle RCMP seeks suspects who shot at, damaged transformers

Update: Carlyle RCMP seeks suspects who shot at, damaged transformers

Dozens of transformers located south of Manor, Carlyle, Arcola and Kisbey have been the target of gunfire.
Economic development efforts continue in Estevan

Economic development efforts continue in Estevan

Estevan city council heard more about progress on economic development in the community during the Dec. 18 meeting.
Investigation ongoing into Dec 2022 train derailment in SE Sask

Investigation ongoing into Dec 2022 train derailment in SE Sask

More than a year after a train derailment occurred near Macoun in December 2022, the Transportation Safety Board is still investigating the incident.
Update: About 17,000 homes lost power in SE Sask on Wednesday

Update: About 17,000 homes lost power in SE Sask on Wednesday

SaskPower says a large transmission outage was the source of the power failure Wednesday in southeast Saskatchewan.