Saskatchewan goes to the Wall
New government gives priority to competitive royalties, taxes; plans incentives to promote development, offset slide in output
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The Alberta petroleum industry is starting to look across the fence into Saskatchewan with a mixture of curiosity and envy. And why not?
Governed for 16 years by the left-leaning New Democratic Party, Saskatchewan has been steadily displacing Alberta’s conservative bastion as a model of how to run a....
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