Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Manitoba have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to work collectively on improving transport and logistics of economic goods across the region. Ministers for highways and transportation in all three Prairie Provinces say they will focus on four key areas Improve efficiency of inter-provincial highway and rail networks; Encourage the federal government… Read More

Saskatchewan politicians who made a very public accusation of trespassing by Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) scientists have received an equally public response from the federal environment minister, Steven Guilbeault. In a letter to Jeremy Cockrill, the minister responsible for Saskatchewan’s Water Security Agency, dated August 24, Guilbeault writes: “I believe that we, and… Read More

Thanks for tuning in to RealAg Radio. On today’s show, you’ll hear: Jeremy Cockrill, Saskachewan MLA, Minister of Highways, and Minister Responsible for Water Security Agency, on why federal employees are testing private dugouts; Curt Blades of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, on the machinery market; Matt Renkema of Sevita International, on the opportunity for… Read More

This story has been updated to include a statement from Environment and Climate Change Canada and an audio interview with Jeremy Cockrill . Saskatchewan’s premier and the cabinet minister responsible for the province’s water security agency say employees with Environment and Climate Change Canada have been trespassing on private land in the province, and they’re calling… Read More

Up to one million in funding is now available for maintenance on natural and constructed agricultural drainage projects. Previously, the Water Security Agency (WSA) only provided funding for natural watercourses. “Obstructions in natural and constructed watercourses can cause flooding and erosion problems and be a significant cost burden to producers and local governments,” says Jeremy… Read More

 

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