Wednesday November 26, 2014


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Chamber hosting two sessions


The Estevan Chamber of Commerce and the Little Pine First Nation will host a public information night about the casino that has been discussed for the Estevan area.

The session will take place on Tuesday, April 15 at 7 p.m. at the Estevan Royal Canadian Legion.

It will be an opportunity for business and community leaders, residents and other interested individuals to learn more about the proposal, to ask any questions and to gain more information about the prospective development.

There will be a question on the ballot for the April 23 civic by-election that will ask residents whether a casino should be constructed in the Estevan area.

“This is an important event for anybody interested in knowing more about the Little Pine First Nation’s proposal,” said chamber executive director Michel Cyrenne.

“We understand people will have differing opinions about the project, and believe it’s best for people to gather all the information possible about the potential benefits that can be derived from such a business investment in our community.”


The chamber will also host a luncheon with Finance Minister and Deputy Premier Ken Krawetz on Monday, April 7 at the Days Inn's Fireside Room.

Krawetz will discuss the provincial budget that was released last last month.




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