The Government of Saskatchewan will increase the province’s minimum wage from $10 to $10.20 per hour effective October 1, 2014 and will soon introduce regulations to provide for regular indexing of the minimum wage each year.
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Saskatchewan’s average weekly earnings rose by 3.5 per cent in January over the same period last year, the fourth-highest, year-over-year, percentage increase among the provinces, Statistics Canada said Monday.
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Written by Juanita Tuntland on Monday, 31 March 2014
Starting tomorrow April 1st to August 31st Elm tree owners are prohibited in Saskatchewan from pruning their trees.
Every year the ban is put in place to reduce the spread of Dutch Elm Disease also known as DED.
The ban is put in place during a time period where elm bark beetles are most active, and the spread is most likely to occur.
While pruning is healthy for any growing tree, owners of Elm trees should put pruning off until the fall. Proper pruning can also reduce places for the beetles to breed.
The Government of Saskatchewan also asks that any tree that is infected with DED should be removed immediately, and residents are reminded that the transportation or storage of elm firewood is illegal.
When pruning is done, it should be carried out or supervised by someone who has completed a recognized training program according to provincial regulations, and disposed of promptly as the designated locations.
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Why the U.S. energy boom isn’t hurting Canada’s oil patch The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Mar. 28 2014, 4:34 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Mar. 28 2014, 4:41 PM EDT The outlook for the Canada’s oil patch remains promising, even as the impressive boom in U.S. oil production continues and the price of oil […]
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