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2021 is finally here and with it comes a list of goals for the upcoming year for the Estevan Economic Development Board. While 2020 may not have been the easiest year, it saw a number of active projects come to fruition. In 2021, we will...

2020 had a lot of challenges for individuals, organizations and businesses alike. As such, it was more important than ever for the board of Economic Development Estevan to continue their work to support the local economy. Despite the challenges 2020 brought forth, there were a...

Tomahawk Energy Services has announced their proposed plans to build a unique Indoor Agriculture Facility in the City of Estevan, with construction planned for the spring of 2021.  “This is not an ordinary greenhouse,” said Derrick Big Eagle, CEO at Tomahawk Energy Services, “this design and...

Shopping local has been something talked about by the business community for decades, but earlier this fall that talk became reality in Estevan. In late September, the committee for Shop Estevan first announced the plans for a new promotion’s organization, one that would centralize information...

Identifying new opportunities is an important piece of the work that the Economic Development Board is doing to help Estevan grow and move forward. One of the opportunities that was identified was a rural technology hub. Based off the work tech giants like Google have...

In the age of technology that we are living in, there is a desire for cities like Estevan to adapt and become smart cities. With the help of Sask I.N.C., a non-profit start-up that helps Saskatchewan entities with innovation, knowledge and resources, the City of...

In the 2018 federal budget the Coal Community Transition Initiative (CCTI) was announced by the federal government. This fund was created to help communities transitioning away from coal fired power generation. Since that time select communities in Alberta and Saskatchewan including Estevan, have been able...