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Crop insurance coverage levels in Saskatchewan increasing to a record $217 per acre this year – Canadian Underwriter

Crop insurance coverage levels in Saskatchewan increasing to a record $217 per acre this year - Canadian Underwriter Agriculture  Saskatchewan Crops
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Crop insurance coverage levels in Saskatchewan increasing to a record $217 per acre this year - Canadian Underwriter Agriculture  Saskatchewan Crops
Crop insurance coverage levels in Saskatchewan increasing to a record $217 per acre this year
Canadian Underwriter
Crop insurance coverage levels in Saskatchewan are increasing to a record $217 per acre in 2017, up from $216 per acre in 2016. A joint press release from Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation (SCIC) and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada on …
2016 claims near $650M: Saskatchewan crop insurance premiums, coverage going upNews1130

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Business optimism rises slightly in Saskatchewan: CFIB – Globalnews.ca

Business optimism rises slightly in Saskatchewan: CFIB - Globalnews.ca Business  Small Business Saskatchewan
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Business optimism rises slightly in Saskatchewan: CFIB - Globalnews.ca Business  Small Business Saskatchewan
Business optimism rises slightly in Saskatchewan: CFIB
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Small business optimism has risen slightly in Saskatchewan according to a new survey from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB). The survey found optimism for small business owners in the province rose to 57.7 per cent in February, …

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More students using distance ed. option through Chinook Cyber School

More students using distance ed. option through Chinook Cyber School Education SouthWest Saskatchewan  Chinook School Division

The Chinook Cyber School has reached a new enrolment milestone while maintaining a consistent completion rate.

Cyber School Principal Shelby Budd presented a monitoring report to board members at a regular Chinook School Division board meeting, Feb. 13.
A total of 1002 seats were occupied during the 2015-16 school year, which was an increase of 201 seats over the previous year. This figure refers to the number of seats filled in each class and not the number of students, because students can enrol for more than one online course….

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