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Young entrepreneur opens paving business

Triple AAA Asphalt covers a wide portion of the southeast.
Ethan Anderson is the owner of Triple AAA Paving.

CARLYLE - Carlyle resident Ethan Anderson has been an entrepreneur since his early high school days, when he mowed lawns and blew snow.  

This 22-year-old graduated from Gordon F. Kells High School in 2018 and has never looked back. He is the youngest son of Gary and Denise Anderson. 

Ethan Anderson has just completed his eighth year of paving and crack sealing driveways and parking lots. During the busy summer months, he hires up to four local employees. Triple AAA Paving covers a large trading area and in addition to doing local work in southeast Saskatchewan, he has done paving jobs in White City, Esterhazy, Moosomin, Weyburn and Yellow Grass.  

Anderson likes working with asphalt.  

“It’s more flexible, durable, and easier to work with,” said Anderson. “Asphalt is preferable in our colder climate.” 

During the past couple of years, Anderson has done a number of paving jobs including the Dairy Queen drive-thru and the Carlyle Motor Products and Saskatchewan Liquor Board parking lots. Triple AAA has resurfaced many residential driveways in Kenosee Lake, Carlyle and surrounding areas. He also crack filled the Carlyle Airport runway this past May.  

As he heads into November, Anderson is taking asphalt and pavement bookings for 2023. He is also available for this winter’s snow removal. While he services several regular clients every winter, he has the time, equipment, experience and energy to take on additional clientele. His snowplowing territory covers the towns of Carlyle, Manor and Arcola.