Economic Development Committee members went on a downtown empty building tour this afternoon. The tour included stops at The Advance, Brick Building (Proton Ave and Main Street), Old Co-op, 76 Ranch House, and Wong Guy Shoe Shop. The committee viewed the buildings to see what businesses could be a good fit, square footage, cost, condition and so on.
The group will be able to use the information from the tour to see what potential businesses could occupy the empty buildings. This was an important first step for the EDC as part of their mandate is to attract new business to Gull Lake.
All lesson registrations will need to be completed online this year!
Registration will open at 7am on May 7 at https://gulllakesk.ca/crescent-point-swimming-pool/
Spread the word and send any to Sara (306) 672-4449 before the registration date.
Crescent Point Pool
Canada’s oil patch booked three consecutive years of hefty losses after the oil prices crash in 2014. This year, the industry is set to post a very slim gross profit—the first profit in four years. Despite the expectation that the tide is finally turning for Canada’s oil producers, significant challenges remain, with constrained pipeline capacity and limited capability to expand export markets the biggest of them all, the Conference Board of Canada said in a report last week.
Source: Canada’s Oil Patch To Turn Profitable In 2018