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Province releases white paper on federal-provincial relations

Province releases white paper on federal-provincial relations

SaskParty government is promising provincial legislation, possible legal actions in white paper document released Tuesday in the Battlefords.
Opinion: Fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty will hurt Canadians

Opinion: Fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty will hurt Canadians

Oil is used to make everything from clothing, computers, cellphones, car components and furniture to medical equipment.
Recession fears weaken oil, but relief might be short-lived

Recession fears weaken oil, but relief might be short-lived

Several forces pushed and pulled on crude values, making trade volatile last week.
October's land sales generates $5.4 million for the province

October's land sales generates $5.4 million for the province

The southeast region once again led the way with more than $4.3 million in revenue.
Enbridge's Al Monaco to retire Jan. 1, board chair Greg Ebel named next CEO

Enbridge's Al Monaco to retire Jan. 1, board chair Greg Ebel named next CEO

CALGARY — Al Monaco, who has headed Enbridge Inc. for a decade, helping to transform it into a diversified North American energy infrastructure company, will retire as chief executive of the Calgary-based company on Jan. 1, 2023.
Boundary Dam praised at inaugural carbon capture conference

Boundary Dam praised at inaugural carbon capture conference

Estevan City Councillor Tony Sernick was among those who attended the conference.
25 years of caverns celebrated by Secure Energy

25 years of caverns celebrated by Secure Energy

Twenty-five years ago, Canadian Crude Separators purchased two spent salt caverns east of Unity from Sifto Canada Inc.; fast forward to 2022, Secure Energy held an open house celebrating the 25th anniversary of the cavern's operations.
Province puts out calls for contractors to fix, maintain three former mine sites

Province puts out calls for contractors to fix, maintain three former mine sites

The ministry is also asking for people to avoid using motor vehicles off the road at the site in an effort to ensure the grass grows properly and to avoid erosion.
Prairie Lithium acquires oil wells slated for abandonment

Prairie Lithium acquires oil wells slated for abandonment

The wells were sold to Prairie Lithium for $1 each. This deal saved the oil and gas company the cost of abandoning the wells and saved Prairie Lithium the cost of drilling entirely new wells.
Premier and Strathcona CEO tour $2.3 billion oilfield purchase

Premier and Strathcona CEO tour $2.3 billion oilfield purchase

Strathcona was attracted to Serafina’s assets because of the "unique-to-Saskatchewan technology.”
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