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    Visit our publications section where we have a wide variety of information on all of the issues we have worked on. A link to our latest submission on the Yancoal Southey Project can be found at the side of our publications page.

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    Sustainable Speakers Series

    Energy Conservation Coordinator Angie Bugg will talk about SES’s STUFF I CAN DO project and offer actions you can take to save energy, water, and greenhouse gas emissions, both at home and at work on October 18 at 7pm at the library.

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    Our Story

    Check out all the work SES is doing in Saskatchewan! Scan over the green dots on our interactive map to see what issues and projects we are working on in the various locations around the province. Click on the link in Our Story.


Recent Press Releases

  1. Press Release: Can Gunnar Clean-Up Move Forward?

    On Thursday, September 22, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) will hold a hearing in Ottawa to consider Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)'s request to lift the remaining "hold point" on the remediation project at the abandoned Gunnar uranium mine site. Gunnar, on the north shore of Lake Athabasca, was the site of an open-pit and underground mine and mill that produced uranium for the Government of Canada to supply to the United States atomic weapons program in the late 1950s and early 60s.

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  2. Press Release: SES Solar Co-op reveals first solar project in Saskatchewan

    SES Solar Co-operative President Joe Schmutz and Shift Development Founder and CEO Curtis Olson announced today that the largest solar power installation built to date in the Saskatoon Light and Power district is now complete and just days away from powering up.

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