For those of you that have not had a chance to catch some of the newspapers throughout the province this month, here are a couple of articles involving our Crown Corporations that might be of interest to you:“Energy tale of two provinces” by Bruce Johnstone was printed in the Leader-Post on July 14, 2012. In a comparison between Saskatchewan and Alberta, Johnstone explains, “Remember when energy deregulation was all the rage? The old monopoly utilities were going to go the way of the dodo. In their place would be efficient, profit-driven private companies competing for consum...
Following approval from the Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, the provincial government approved a SaskEnergy decrease yesterday that will take effect on April 1st. The average residential customer who subscribes to equalized payments will see a monthly decrease of just over $6.00 per month. SaskEnergy applied for the decrease in February stating low natural gas costs that are not expected to rise any time soon. This is the fourth consecutive price drop for the Crown Corporation....
Crown Corporations including SaskPower, SaskEnergy and the SGI Auto Fund regularly review their rates and pricing through applications to the Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel (SRRP). The Panel provides an opinion to the Government after review of these applications regarding the whether the rate change is reasonable – taking into consideration the interested of the customer, the Crown Corporation, and the public.Currently, SaskEnergy and SGI’s Auto Fund have pending applications that will be discussed in public meetings in the next month. If you are interested in attending any ...
In the final episode: Unfortunately, the hot tub truck is no more. So instead, Chris, Mike, and Amy do a rap about their experiences traveling around Saskatchewan this summer. Want to see more of their adventure? Check out the other videos on our blog. What did you think of our video series? Feel free to comment on our Facebook page....
In this episode, Chris, Mike, and Amy roll into Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. See them set up the hot tub truck on Broadway Avenue—filled with water from the South Saskatchewan River! What do you think of our video series so far? Feel free to comment on our Facebook page....
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- Hey Buddy
- Just Energy
- Manitoba Hydro
- Moose Jaw
- Natural Gas
- Rate Increase
- Sask First
- Sask Party
- Swan Valley Gas