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APAS granted intervenor status in Saskatchewan’s Carbon Tax court case

As the Government of Saskatchewan heads to court to fight the Federal Government’s decision to force a carbon tax on provinces that do not have a tax in place voluntarily, APAS has, until recently, been denied intervenor status in the landmark case. 

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Saskatchewan Introducing Mandatory Minimum Training Requirements For Commercial Semi Drivers

New Requirements Effective March 15, 2019

Saskatchewan Government Insurance; released on December 3, 2018 –Starting March 15, 2019, drivers seeking a Class 1 commercial licence in Saskatchewan to drive semi trucks will be required to undergo a minimum of 121.5 hours of training.

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APAS reacts to Federal Livestock Tax Deferral announcement

Eligible RMs announced today a good start, but not enough

September 14, 2018 – For Immediate Release – The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan says that the area covered by today’s announcement of a Federal Livestock tax deferral is not large enough.

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RM of Torch River proposing by-law to ban aircraft landing on RM roads

At the August 13th, 2018 RM of Torch River council meeting, a motion was made to draft a by-law to ban aircraft from using RM roads, and set fines for anyone in violation of the proposed by-law.

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