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The central Canadian province of Saskatchewan is poised to become the country's top conventional oil producer, bumping Alberta into second place. Speaking at a convention in Regina Monday, Saskatchewan Energy and Resources Minister Bill Boyd said oil production set a record of 161 million barrels last year as Alberta's output fell 191.6 million barrels in 2007, the Regina Leader-Post reported. Alberta production statistics aren't scheduled to be released until June, officials said. The...
The Pacific NorthWest Economic Region (PNWER) today announced that Saskatchewan, one of Canada's fastest growing provincial economies, has become a member of the organization, joining British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon, Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho and Alaska. PNWER's President, Representative George Eskridge of Idaho, welcomed a delegation from Saskatchewan led by the Honourable Bill Boyd, Minister of Intergovernmental Relations, to the 2008 Annual PNWER Summit, taking place this week...
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