Climate Change to have major effects on Prairies

In honour of Earth Day on April 22, the Saskatchewan Research Council is educating the public on what this will mean for the Prairie provinces.

Farm Help Fir River Ranch Bed and Breakfast

We are located one mile north of Hudson Bay S.K. with a gigantic vegetable garden and berry orchard. We do occasional logging with horses and constructing another cabin. So if you are interested in learning while having fun there is a variety of activities year round

Still questions in the Weyburn carbon dioxide leak: Ecojustice

A Petroleum Technology Research Centre (PTRC) report released last week, which attempts to rule out the possibility of a CO2 leak near Weyburn, Saskatchewan, omits critical information and fails to provide concrete answers, Ecojustice said today after reviewing of the document.

Saskatchewan’s Environmental Technology Sector Continues to Grow

Saskatoon – An alternative energy technology has been approved for Go Green funding through the Ministry of Environment. Titan Clean Energy Projects Corporation of Saskatoon will use $160,250 of Green Technology Commercialization Grant funding to help in bringing its biomass briquetting technology to market.

Saskatchewan EnerGuide for Houses (SEGH)

The Government of Saskatchewan has extended and enhanced the Saskatchewan EnerGuide for Houses retrofit grant program until March 31, 2011. Individuals who qualify under this new program also qualify for the ecoENERGY Retrofit initiative introduced by the federal government on April 1, 2007.

Communities of Tomorrow

The Communities of Tomorrow partnership is a not for profit enterprise located in Regina, Saskatchewan. CT fosters the development and commercialization of new infrastructure solutions for the global marketplace within the Regina regional sustainable infrastructure cluster.

Nature Saskatchewan

Nature Saskatchewan has been dedicated to the conservation of Saskatchewan’s natural environment since 1949. It promotes appreciation and understanding of our natural world through conservation, education and research.

Green highway plan gains traction

Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach is intrigued by his Saskatchewan counterpart’s vision for environmentally friendly highways across the nation, but is holding back approval until more details come out.

Food for Life

The Saskatchewan Organic Directorate is an umbrella organization that unites the province’s producers, processors, buyers, traders, certifiers and consumers of certified organic food and fibre.

Our Green Strategy

Saskatchewan people have always had a deep connection to the land, and its role in supporting life and livelihood, and their government is therefore committed to addressing the challenges of climate change to ensure long-term sustainability.

Biodiesel plant moving forward

After a rough start, things are running more smoothly for Canadian Green Fuels, which operates the province’s only commercial-scale biodiesel plant and, as of Wednesday, its first biodiesel pump at 1620 McAra St. Michael Shenher, president and CEO of Canadian Green Fuels, said the privately owned company’s skirmishes with various government agencies are over and…

2007 Toyota Earth Day Scholarship National Winner

BobbyJo (BJ) Bodnar is an extremely eloquent and politically active student who prioritizes sustainability at the very top of his agenda. In 2005, BJ was selected as youth representative for the

Mum’s Original

At Mums Original we are proud to offer the finest hemp and flax wholefood products available on the market today. That’s why all of our products are certified organic. Mum’s is a leader and innovator in wholefood balanced nutrition. No gimmicks or confusion. Just the basics. Highly digestible protein, fibre and essential fatty acids including…

Province wants bigger cut of federal environment funds

REGINA — The provincial government wants a bigger share of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s new provincial funding program for greenhouse gas and air pollution reduction projects. And with Saskatchewan’ NDP government embroiled in a dispute with the federal Conservatives over the equalization funding program for provinces, Saskatchewan Finance Minister Andrew Thomson isn’t happy Harper is…