SASKATOON – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall both say they have had a productive meeting about a number of issues, including pipelines, EI and more funding for First Nations. 165 more words
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SASKATOON – Justin Trudeau is pushing back at the federal Conservatives who are criticizing his position on pipelines ahead of the prime minister’s meeting with one of his sharpest critics on the file. 407 more words
REGINA – While the prime minister was in Fort Qu’Appelle on Tuesday, federal opposition leader Rona Ambrose toured the Evraz steel mill in Regina.
Outside the mill, she said there’s growing concern among steel workers when it comes to pipelines and job security. 164 more words
Greenleaf Engineering Limited is proud to be associated with Crystal Chemicals and Engineers, Jaipur as its Detailed Engineering Contractor for execution of a membrane Based Submerged Ultra Filtration System of capacity 550 M³/Hr at Mathura Refinery of M/s Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. 33 more words
KANANASKIS, Alta. – Alberta Premier Rachel Notley’s pleas to the federal cabinet to give the province a pipeline and enrich employment insurance seem to be gaining little traction. 538 more words
The Villanova Law School recently organized a lecture titled PA Pipelines: Assessing the Infrastructure Task Force Report.
I learned that last May, Governor Wolf appointed a task force to assess our state’s pipelines. 838 more words