Prehistory[ edit ] About 19 kilometres north-west of Willow Bunch is one of Saskatchewan’s biggest archaeological mysteries. Victors Petroglyph site is a provincial park that is host to over rock carvings. Victors Petroglyph Provincial Park. The petroglyphs are dominated by images of the plains grizzly bear,  but there are also carvings of footprints of other animals such as bison, elk, deer, birds and pictures of human figures. These fossils date to before the time of the Ice Age Pleistocene Epoch. The bone and teeth remains of woolly rhinoceros and three-toed horses are just some examples of prehistoric life in the area. Mammoth remains have been found as close as two hours away in Mortlach, Saskatchewan. People of the area would have gone through three “cultural periods” common for the area:
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Last summer, the province ordered SaskPower to remove more than , smart meters that had already been installed in homes after at least eight of the devices caught fire in June and July. Boyd said it was evident for some time that there were problems with the meters. It was clear that there was no one that was in overall charge of the program,” the minister said.
Show carbon pricing to be ineffective; or Show carbon pricing to be harmful; and Offer superior alternative policies. Has the White Paper succeeded? Here is a passage from page Saskatchewan White Paper, p. Other researchers have conducted careful economic analysis to understand the impact of the BC carbon tax. It does not prove the carbon tax ineffective and Lee himself is not against carbon pricing.
As of late, Jaccard has taken the position that carbon pricing is unlikely to be politically popular. Jaccard has never once argued that carbon pricing is ineffective, only that it might displease voters. Fortunately, these are now commercially available.
No more retrofits for carbon capture and storage at Boundary Dam: SaskPower
A term sheet providing for a new long–term power sale has been signed between Manitoba Hydro and SaskPower which will see up to megawatts flow from Manitoba to Saskatchewan beginning in SaskPower has two existing power purchase agreements with Manitoba Hydro that were made in and , but the newest one announced Monday is the largest. SaskPower President and CEO Mike Marsh says in a news release that the clean, hydroelectric power represents a significant step forward when it comes to reaching the utility’s goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 40 per cent by
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The argument, if allowed, would likely be used with the aim of eliminating an appeal court judgment that found the government and SaskPower were trespassing when they allowed a dam to flood parts of the land. The initial lawsuit, filed in , is rooted in decisions made 80 years ago, when plans were drawn up for the dam — which is about 11 kilometres from the land — and a second hydroelectric facility. The dam was owned by the Churchill River Power Co. Three months ago, the province and SaskPower applied to the court to amend their earlier statement of defence to argue that the land was, unlike other reserves, transferred to the province in as part of the Natural Resources Transfer Agreement.
Canadian court rules make clear that compelling evidence must be advanced to prevent an argument from being heard. Because it was not on a list of land transfers, the order in council declaring it a reserve is unconstitutional, and the dam and nearby hydroelectric station can continue operating, government lawyer Mitch McAdam told court on Thursday. Thomas Berger, who represents the First Nation, argued that the application should be quashed because the appeal court judgment was based on the existence of a reserve, a fact that cannot now be re-litigated.
A decision on whether the province and Crown corporation can make the argument before the judge assigned to hear the application for summary judgment in the case is expected in mid-September.
Known as cowboy country, southwest Saskatchewan in Canada is home to a varied landscape of fields, rivers and rolling hills. In late , the area will gain a new amenity in the Chinook Power Station, a megawatt MW natural gas-fired power facility. With engineering design underway, construction is expected to begin as early as January , pending environmental approval.
SaskPower and Potentia have signed a year power purchase agreement for the project, which will be located south of Assiniboia. The project will consist of up to 60 wind turbines, bringing SaskPower’s total wind power capacity to more than MW.
Juicy day for the Spring Scramble. Getting some extra watering done before the shotgun goes off. Hard to believe that last Thursday we were in panic mode trying to save our river pump and by Monday we were putting it back together and filling the reservoir. Started irrigating Tuesday morning. Tees and greens have been the priority off the start. Fairways got their first blast last night. So far so good.
Judging by social media a lot of notable courses were firing their systems up this past week. We all we have issues of some sort or another. Thanks to everyone who is participating in the scramble. It would be nicer to see our newer members coming on board and having some fun. The majority is new and most are non-golfers. It will take some time to memorize the holes and find their way around the property. Proper etiquette is another thing we have to teach them.
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Giga-fren This led to installing more docks, building showers, upgrading power hook-ups and adding a pump-out facility. Giga-fren The power hook-up is just the start. Giga-fren They will include building bleachers and fencing the baseball diamonds and the track, as well as the installation of new power hook ups by SaskPower.
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Originally Posted by SASKFTW I hope you Alberta forumers don’t mind me posting these Saskatchewan articles in the Alberta forum, it is obvious the issue of nuclear power generation is of importance to both of our provinces. From initial reports, I’m quite comfortable with a nuclear plant going near Lake Diefenbaker, although further study and discussion of the ecological impacts are necessary before more detailed conceptual plans are pursued.
No nuclear reactor plans at Lake Diefenbaker set in stone: The denial came on the day a SaskPower report surfaced naming a site near Elbow as the preferred location. Party Energy and Resources Minister Bill Boyd said in Calgary Tuesday the government would welcome development from the private-sector nuclear company, Bruce Power LP, which has recently expressed interest in Saskatchewan.
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Police investigating sexual assault, drug trafficking At the anniversary celebrations, the stage was shared by company owner and president Jacques Tremblay, and Weyburn-Big Muddy MLA and Environment minister Dustin Duncan. In an interview, Tremblay said they are in Weyburn for the long-term, and wanted to make better use of their facility. The manufacture of propane tanks will begin possibly by January, and will not require the building of any additional structures on their site in Evanston Park.
There are five manufacturing sites for propane tanks now, he said, including in Tennessee. In Weyburn, the company has sandblasting equipment and a paint booth for their tankers, and as all propane tanks have to be painted, this seemed like an ideal place to set up a new operation. With the addition of 15 jobs this expansion will bring, Tremcar will have about 25 to 30 people employed in Weyburn within a year to year and a half, said Tremblay, with the possibility of more jobs in the future.
At that time, the oil industry was booming. During the anniversary celebration, general manager Doug Weir noted he has only been in Weyburn since locating here in February. Tremblay told the group that when he came to Weyburn a decade ago, Duncan was one of the first people he saw, and the MLA was able to help them out greatly, including helping to mobilize a crew from SaskPower to be on the site within days to hook up them up with electricity.
Meter fire on Usher Street “extremely rare”: SaskPower
Monday in North Battleford, council unanimously passed a lengthy resolution that asks the government of Saskatchewan to uphold the terms of their payment in lieu contracts, and to consider additional means of recovering payments in lieu, including a possible legal action. What had Puffalt particularly upset was that he felt the province had no right to the money. That is collected by SaskPower and SaskEnergy and remitted back to the City in an agreement that goes back to That charge will still be on your bills, but Bater says it will now be the Province, not the City, getting the money.
The initial thought was that the impact to cities would be much smaller.
After a few years of power bills going up, SaskPower customers should be getting a break next year. The Crown corporation has announced it will not be applying for a .
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