Courtesy of Saskatchewan Polytechnic
A new kind of educational organization has appeared on the province’s post-secondary landscape. The Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST) re-launched on Sept. 24 as Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
By Heather Hudson
Is the Canadian economy missing out on billions of dollars of revenue every year?
According to a 2013 Canadian Chamber of Commerce report titled $50 Million a Day, a lack of infrastructure is keeping Canada from maximizing our potential benefits in energy markets.
Courtesy of The Canadian Construction Association
The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) applauded the release today of the Asset Management Primer, part of the Canadian Infrastructure Report Card, which details the important need for asset management plans for Canadian municipalities, as well as recommendations for implementing asset management practices.
In the 1985 feature film "Back to the Future", Dr. Emmett Brown told Marty McFly, "Roads? Where we're going we don't need... roads!" We all know in Saskatchewan, that just isn't the case. So, we're inviting everyone to join us as we jump into the Delorean and go back to the future combining important current day issues with a fun trip back to the '80s for the SHCA Annual Fall Convention from Nov. 20-21 at the Delta Hotel in Regina, Sask.