Ritchie Bros.' largest Canadian auction ever set new company records for online sales, bidders and number of sellers
Media release from Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers
Selling more that 10,000 equipment items and trucks in five days is a massive undertaking, and Ritchie Bros.' Edmonton team showed that it was up for the challenge.
From April 26-30, 2016, Ritchie Bros. sold 10,200-plus equipment items and trucks for more that $240 million at its 200-acre Edmonton, Alta. auction site, making it the company's largest Canadian auction ever and the second-largest auction in company history. The five-day auction attracted 16,700-plus bidders from 55 countries – a new company record, surpassing the previous record by 19 per cent.
Media Release from the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure
Before departing on your summer road trip remember to check Saskatchewan's Highway Hotline.
"Motorists will begin to see more work on provincial highways as construction season nears," Highways and Infrastructure Minister Nancy Heppner said. "The Highway Hotline can help you plan a safer and more efficient route to your holiday destination."
Grab your clubs and join us at Dakota Dunes Golf Links on May 26
Plan to get together with your team and fellow members for some fun at SHCA’s Spring Golf Tournament on May 26 – before the summer construction season gets into full swing.
Join us for lunch ahead of the 1 p.m. shotgun start for a day of laughs and friendly competition on the beautiful course.
Over 4,000 votes cast in this year’s campaign
Media Release from CAA Saskatchewan
The 2016 CAA Saskatchewan Worst Roads campaign is over and the results are in. A total of 4,298 votes were tabulated during this year’s campaign, which started April 8 and ended April 29, 2016. The top ten worst roads are:
Media Release from the Canadian Red Cross
The Canadian Red Cross is pleased to announce that 10 banks in Canada will be accepting cash donations from the public in support of Red Cross efforts to assist those affected by the massive wildfires in Alberta.
"This is the largesr fire-related evacuation in Alberta history," says Conrad Sauve, president and CEO of the Canadian Red Cross. "Thanks to participatin banks, Canadians will have another method to donate to support Red Cross activities in response to this emergency."