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From packing bags to back to the drawing board? SaskPower backs off mega development plans at GTH, critics say
The Saskatchewan NDP and the Canadian Taxpayer's Federation believe SaskPower is walking away from initial plan to build a warehouse complex to house 1,100 employees on land it purchased at the Global Transportation Hub.
'Nail in the coffin': Oilpatch boosters demand Ottawa overhaul 'terrible' Bill C-69
Proponents of Canada's energy sector are raising the alarm about Ottawa's move to overhaul the environmental assessment process for major resource projects — warning that Bill C-69 could devastate an industry already grappling with constrained pipeline capacity and depressed commodity prices.
Pot processors among agribiz firms eligible for new provincial tax break
The tax credit is for businesses that have spent at least $10 million expanding within the last year.
Who offers the best wireless speed in Saskatchewan? Depends on where you are, PC Magazine finds
Rogers is a surprise winner when it comes to fastest wireless speeds in Saskatchewan, according to PCMag's sixth edition of Fastest Mobile Networks Canada project.
Tisdale RCMP investigate 36-year-old man's sudden death
Tisdale RCMP members were at the scene of a local farmyard on Thursday evening, investigating the sudden death of a 36-year-old male.
Bridge that collapsed six hours after opening was built without geotech investigation of riverbed: Reeve
Sask. RCMP look for suspect in rural bank ATM smash-and-grabs
SaskEnergy selling off gas processing plants for $31M