SaskWind, the Saskatoon-based organization that has proposed a $90 million community-owned wind and solar energy project for the Swift Current area, has ceased operations in the province.
Come January, the Eco-Adventures 306 Collective (Cypress Hills Eco-Adventures Ltd. and Elk Ridge Eco-Adventures Ltd.) will technically no longer exist ... at least just in name.
(Cypress Health is providing its final update to the hospital situation in Shaunavon as of 5 p.m.):
Cypress Health Region is making people aware of an "incident" at the hospital in Shaunavon and they share this release:
David Anderson, Member of Parliament for Cypress Hills—Grasslands and Official Opposition Critic for International Human Rights and Religious Freedom, released the following statement on the occasion of Human Rights Day:
Saskatchewan is fortunate to be rich in natural resources and offers some of the best hunting and fishing opportunities in the world. The Government of Saskatchewan shares the goal of protecting and preserving natural resources with and for, all people of Saskatchewan.
On December 8, the Water Security Agency released the 2016 Conditions at Freeze-Up Report. The report looks at the water conditions across the province going into winter freeze-up. This is the first indicator of how spring runoff in 2017 will impact Saskatchewan.