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Be part of a growing economy that supports and celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business lists five Saskatchewan cities – Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Lloydminster, Regina and Prince Albert – in the top 10 most entrepreneurial cities in Canada. We’re showing the world that in Saskatchewan opportunity is only limited by your imagination. Learn more about some of the best investment opportunities in North America at www.enterprisesask.ca.


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Message from the Premier of Saskatchewan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Message from the Minister of Enterprise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Message from the Minister of Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Message from the Minister of Energy and Resources . . . . . . . . . 7 SEIMA Mission and Vision Statements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 SEIMA 2010-2011 Board of Directors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 SEIMA Past Chairs /Presidents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Message from the SEIMA President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Message from the SEIMA Executive Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Why Associate? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 EnerCan West . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 SEIMA Environmental Industry Leadership Award. . . . . . . . . . . 14 SEIMA Whack & Roll Championship Open . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 APEGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 SpringBoard West. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Enterprise Saskatchewan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Membership Capabilities Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Full Membership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Associate Membership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Student Membership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Reciprocal Membership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66

Enhanced Profiles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

Service Index (Specializations) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Published for the Saskatchewan Environmental Industry and Managers Association (SEIMA) 2341 McIntyre Street, Regina, SK S4P 2S3 (306) 543-1567, www.seima.sk.ca. Kathleen Livingston, Executive Director & C.O.O., klivingston@seima.sk.ca.

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S EI M A M I SS IO N A ND V I S I ON S TAT EM E NT S

About SEIMA

SEIMA is a provincial association of companies and individuals within the environmental industry. Its membership is made up of environmental companies and environmental managers from other industries. These managers are responsible for environmental concerns within their organizations and represent sectors such as mining, forestry, agriculture and governments. This diversity of membership is one of SEIMAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s greatest strengths as it creates linkages among the environmental industry, industries that are concerned about their environmental impact and government agencies that are responsible for environmental regulations or business development within the environmental sector.

SEIMA has established a forum for exchange of information and ideas among these members and other industry contacts, focusing on the challenges and issues of the industryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s practitioners.

Mission

To actively undertake advisory, advocacy and educational roles to promote responsible environmental management. To provide a range of beneficial services to its members and seek to develop the environmental industry in Saskatchewan. SEIMA will establish a forum for exchange of information and ideas among members and the public, and will speak for members on environmental matters.

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2010-201 1 B OA R D O F D IR E C T O R S / PA S T S E IM A C H A I RS / P RE S IDENT S

2010-2011 Board of Directors

PRESIDENT Lloyd Saul Erin Consulting lsaul@sasktel.net

PAST PRESIDENT J.A. Gillies, P.Eng Consultant jagillies@sasktel.net

BOARD MEMBERS Sam Ferris Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment, Environmental Protection Branch sam.ferris@gov.sk.ca

Kelly Ljunggren Wardrop Engineering kelly.ljunggren@wardrop.com

VICE PRESIDENT Greg Kuntz Clifton Associates Ltd. greg_kuntz@clifton.ca

Debbie Nielsen SaskPower dnielsen@saskpower.com Maynard Sonntag msonntag@sasktel.net

SECRETARY Jackie Presnell Innovation Place jpresnell@innovationplace.com

Glen J. Weisbrod SNC Lavalin Environment Inc. glen.weisbrod@snclavalin.com

TREASURER Fred Antunes MDH Engineered Solutions Corp. fantunes@mdhsolutions.com

Jeff Cutler Canadian Light Source Inc. jeff.cutler@lightsource.ca

Past SEIMA Chairs/Presidents

1994 – 1995 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gene Froc 1995 – 1996 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Schutzman 1996 – 1997 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Schutzman 1997 – 1998 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Schutzman 1998 – 1999 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Schutzman 1999 – 2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Teresa Salamone 2000 – 2001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Kent 2001 – 2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim Ireland 2002 – 2003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bernie Bolen

Hilary Stedwill MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP hstedwill@mlt.com Alan Goode Koenders Windmills Inc. agoode@koenderswindmills.com Henry Mutafya Sasktel henry.mutafya@sasktel.sk.ca Frank Su University of Saskatchewan, Industry Liaison Office frank.su@usask.ca

MEMBER AT LARGE, NON-VOTING Kayla Burechailo Dept. of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

2003 – 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lori Johnston 2004 – 2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lori Johnston 2005 – 2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greg Vogelsang 2006 – 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim Finnigan 2007 – 2008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jon Gillies 2008 – 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jon Gillies 2009 – 2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lloyd Saul 2010 – 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lloyd Saul

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F RO M T H E D E SK O F T H E PR E SID E NT

SEIMA is stronger than ever, and that is a direct reflection of the strength of our industry in this province.

It would be a mistake, however, to rest on our achievements. This dynamic sector is changing rapidly as it expands, and as an industry association, we need to be aware of developments and how they can benefit our member businesses. Our greatest task over the next several years will be to help develop the labour market capacity for the environmental industry. The SEIMA labour study completed in the fall of 2009 clearly demonstrates that unless this issue is effectively dealt with, the economic growth of the province will be impacted. A recent survey of SEIMA members supports the urgency of the issue, with 79% of respondents indicating that recruitment and retention is an issue for them. Of these, 57% identify this as a serious one for their operations. Without impactful interventions, this situation will only get worse.

Having the skills, products and services inside our province is critical to our industry’s growth. In turn, as an enabling sector, our industry’s health and vitality are directly linked to the economic growth of the province itself. In addition to the existing communications plan, mentorship program plan and the creation of the SEIMA Labour Market Development Task Force, we feel that a centre for environmental innovation and expertise is a necessary part of attracting and retaining the brain trust and the high level engagement that is a cornerstone to a healthy industry. On that issue, we will soon be undertaking, on behalf of our members, a more detailed study of the possible structures for this resource. While growing and constantly improving our program offerings, we are also providing our members with ever greater opportunities for involvement with SEIMA – to bring their strength and influence to bear on behalf of the entire industry. These champions – which include your volunteer Board members – are the heart of SEIMA. The countless hours they generously donate make SEIMA a strong and representative environmental industry association.

And finally, another cornerstone for a healthy industry is a financially stable industry association – an organization that can represent the dynamic operators and creative practitioners who are our members. We have already expressed, on several occasions and at several levels, our interest in being involved in the changes that will result from the new EMPA and the Climate Change Foundation. How that manifests will evolve over the coming months. I invite you to stay tuned and to become directly engaged with the work SEIMA is undertaking. Visit our website often and contact any one of SEIMA’s Directors or staff with any questions. Yours truly,

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F RO M T H E D E S K O F T H E C . O . O .

In the coming two to three years, focusing on the developing strategic plan, the work out of the SEIMA office will involve a LOT of communication.

The growth underway within the global environmental industry is amplified here in Saskatchewan due to many factors, not the least of which is our commodities-based economy. Also, energy is the elephant-in-the-room where environmental issues are concerned, and Saskatchewan needs all options on the table for development and innovation. Saskatchewan is the “Idea Province,” a place where innovation is woven into the fabric of the culture. We can do marvellous things when the necessary stimuli are in place; environmental practitioners have proven this time and again, and SEIMA wants to communicate that too. Our communications with public policy makers will be consistent and repetitious: “Support our environmental innovators.” We need to communicate to graduating students from across many disciplines that the environmental industry is an excellent choice for career development. Our Student Chapter heralds an ongoing strategy to stay connected with postsecondary students.

All public and most private educational institutions are offering ever more programs that will feed into the environmental industry labour market. The SEIMA Labour Market Development Task Force is designed to bring stakeholders from many such institutions together to focus on the urgent need for more such options, and to align SEIMA’s efforts with those of other stakeholder organizations.

Lastly, but certainly not least, we need to communicate better to our members what we do on their behalf. Our meetings with government ministers and highlevel functionaries do not make in it into the daily newspapers. Monitoring developments in the environmental industry is an everyday activity of our office that is invisible to our members. And, our constant search for ways to add value to their membership investment only hits the members’ radar when we discover a good fit and build it into our membership package. We must be aware too that communication is a two-way exercise! We will be listening just as intensely – to our members, to legislators, to industry stakeholders, to investment communities. I invite your feedback regarding SEIMA’s operations and our plans. Best regards,

Kathleen Livingston Executive Director & C.O.O.

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Why Associate?

BUSINESS PEOPLE ARE BUSY PEOPLE who need all the support they can find to keep their competitive edge sharp and their skills up to date. Time is THE currency, and associations help maximize return on invested time for entrepreneurs. Whether through need, desire, legislation or some other reason, interested parties join together to create an entity to serve the interests of participating members. This is the basic function of any association. Fundamentally, however, at the very heart of the decision to associate lies the need for information. Member-based associations provide easy access to information for entrepreneurs who need to network with clients and competitors, with mentors and interns, with suppliers and innovators. Associations endeavour to provide cutting-edge information to members, saving each the time that would have to be invested individually to acquire vital market data. Professional development through associations is often tailored to the specific interests and challenges identified by association members, exponentially increasing the value of the time invested. Government relations is a critical role for any association, and exponentially so for business, trade,

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industry and professional associations. Governments make decisions based on the best information they have available. Associations go to great lengths to ensure that the issues and challenges members cope with are clearly and comprehensively represented in discussions with government representatives. Beyond providing a two-way channel for information, associations help increase purchasing power for members through affinity programs with suppliers. Aggregating the consumer demand from many, many members allows the association to negotiate more desirable terms for necessary goods. This is particularly relevant to small enterprises that are rarely able to command discount pricing.

Marketing support is another vital element that associations bring to their member businesses. Gathering industry contacts into a single point of access enhances the customersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; ability to easily find the supplier they need. Marketing support can take many forms with website listings being the primary and indispensible point of departure. Enhancing membersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; profile at events such as career fairs, trade shows, export trade missions, etc., also amplifies membersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; advertising and communications investment.

There are few expense options that return the number and breadth of benefits that associations do. Indisputably, industry/business associations are a good investment in business building.


Saskatchewan Minister Ken Cheveldayoff shares the stage with award-winning Canadian journalist Hana Gartner, emcee for the inaugural EnerCan West, March 2009

It’s all about energy – and the environment!

We need all energy options on the table and a tight focus on technological innovation in sustainable energies. This challenge must be met with sound environmental stewardship practices.

Put these two elements together and you have the genesis of EnerCan West – a conference about energy and environmental stewardship in Western Canada.

EnerCan West is hosted in alternate years by SEIMA in Regina, SK, and by the Manitoba Environmental Industries Association (MEIA) in Winnipeg, MB.

Keep your calendar clear for EnerCan West in Regina in November 2011 and watch for details to begin circulating in January 2011, so you will have plenty of time to build this important conference and trade show into your plans.

Plan to Attend! Regina, Saskatchewan November, 2011.


TH E S EI M A E NV I RO NM E NTA L I ND U S T RY L E A D E R S H I P AWAR D

The SEIMA Environmental Industry Leadership Award The environmental industry in Saskatchewan is characterized by hardworking, innovative people who get things done. Many examples of extraordinary leadership hallmark the Saskatchewan industry, from cutting edge remediation technologies, to energy produced by undersea microbes, to using CO2 in creative new ways to mitigate against climate change, to …. the list is a long and impressive one.

Too many of these determined environmental practitioners labour in obscurity, against weather, time and the odds. Too few are ever introduced into the limelight they deserve.

SEIMA is working to remediate this situation through its Environmental Industry Leadership Award. Every year the call goes out to the industry to submit nominations for the Environmental Industry Leader of the year from within the province.

The EIL Award recognizes the contribution of a company or individual who has provided significant and recognizable leadership and development of the environmental industry in Saskatchewan.

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Nominating and Judging Criteria:

• A Saskatchewan based company or individual

• Works in the environmental industry sector as determined by the SEIMA awards committee • Has a reputation consistent with SEIMA’s vision and mission and is actively involved in responsible environmental management and operational practices in Saskatchewan

• Demonstrated actions which have enhanced and raised the profile of the environmental industry within Saskatchewan

• Nominations can be made by any individual or company

• Nominations will consist of a summary statement of up to two pages or 500 words detailing why the nominee is being considered for the EIL Award The nomination form is available as a pdf on the SEIMA website, at www.seima.sk.ca. Or, it can be faxed to you. Just call our office at 306.543.1567. Or we can email it to you; just send us a request at info@seima.sk.ca.

Consider who among your circle of colleagues deserves to be recognized and applauded, and then nominate that individual for the SEIMA Environmental Industry Leadership Award.

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T H E S E I MA W H AC K & RO L L C H A M P I O NS H IP O PE N The SEIMA Whack & Roll Championship Open

The SEIMA golf tourney is a great occasion to get out and have a relaxed time away from the office and get a little networking done as well. It is an opportunity to reacquaint with existing colleagues and business contacts and develop a few new ones. This year’s golf tourney, held on June 3, 2010, was very successful! Once again, this was an 18-hole, Texas Scramble format on the intriguing 9-hole course at the Sherwood Forest Country Club, just outside Regina. Eschewing its humble beginnings, the Whack & Roll Open has grown into a popular kick-off to the busy environmental season. Even though the weather was a little less than hospitable this past year (a bit of rain), the 2010 tournament was our biggest and most successful golf event to date, bringing out 42 golfers who simply ignored the rain forecasted. Despite the intermittent rain bursts, the Clifton Associates team of Greg Kuntz, Toby Thorpe and Ryan Cooper, took home the SEIMA Whack and Roll Trophy – for the second consecutive year. Rumour has it that the Ground Works Environmental team will be practicing this winter with a clear intention of de-throning the reigning champions. Following the game, awards were presented where we handed out plenty of great prizes, including Longest Drive (men and ladies), Straightest Drive and Closest to the Pin. Unfortunately, no one managed to come through under the pressure at the hole-in-one contest for a hybrid car. Following the awards presentations, the fabulous build your own burger-buffet-anddessert-bar offered another contest: who could pile the sundaes higher than the burgers!

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CLIFTON TEAM

A very big thanks goes to the organizing committee who did a great job of planning this year’s tournament. Blaine Ganong (NRC), JP Martin (Communities of Tomorrow) and Nick Dalrymple (Entrepreneurial Foundation of Saskatchewan) deserve recognition for their stellar efforts leading up to the event (as they didn’t get much accomplished on the golf course!).

SEIMA would also like to sincerely thank our sponsors for their support of the various contests and holes.

• Tundra Environmental Drilling • Clifton Associates

• AON Risk Services

SEIMA would like to also thank all the companies and individuals who participated in our golf event, as well as those who donated many of the great prizes for our prize table.

Mark your calendars for the SEIMA 2011 Whack & Roll Open on June 2, 2011 in Regina. Saskatchewan Environmental Industry and Managers Association

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A robust and growing economy is the enabler of everything we cherish in Saskatchewan. Health care, education, infrastructure, jobs, our quality of life – all depend on a healthy and competitive business climate. Since the inception of Enterprise Saskatchewan two years ago, the province’s economic star has continued to rise, and in ways few could have predicted. The recent attention generated by our mining industry in global media and investment circles has fixed a spotlight directly on Saskatchewan in general – our business environment, diverse assets, and climate of opportunity and potential. The truth is, Saskatchewan has what the world needs. We are primed for investment – a fact becoming more and more widely known among investors across Canada and around the world. Saskatchewan is being discovered, and the time to get in is now. Enterprise Saskatchewan has a number of programs and services to assist businesses and entrepreneurs take full advantage of this open for business climate – SLBA, LSVCC, Biz Pal, InfoSource are just a few. In addition to performing the work of a traditional economic development agency, Enterprise Saskatchewan was established to push the competitive envelope – to advise government on the actions needed to reduce barriers to growth. This is being accomplished through a Board of Directors representing businesses, industries, and community stakeholders. As well, sector teams and issues councils, made up of business and industry experts, identify specific issues and generate recommendations to overcome obstacles to economic development. A competitive economy requires a variety of measures, both large and small, to not only stay competitive but to help set the pace for other jurisdictions. Enterprise Saskatchewan will continue to work at every level and with every tool at its disposal to ensure that Saskatchewan’s economy is positioned to create jobs and opportunities, encourage investment and innovation, and be among the leaders of growth and prosperity in Canada and elsewhere.

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A sustainable plan to power our province To meet Saskatchewan’s growing need for electricity, SaskPower is renewing its entire system.

Powering the future SaskPower is committed to building a safe, reliable and sustainable power system for today, and for generations to come. We’re working hard to meet this need by renewing our entire system – upgrading our existing power stations – and our power lines and poles.

To find out more about our power plan visit saskpower.com/future.

We also need to add more power generation to our system. We’re exploring all possible options including wind, carbon capture, natural gas and hydro. And we’re building new power lines to deliver this electricity to Saskatchewan homes and businesses.


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Argue and Associates Management Consultants, Inc. Engineering Your Business Solutions

Our areas of practice include providing our clients quality service in: • environment, health, and safety compliance; • environmental, health, and safety management systems; • quality management systems; • training; • due diligence assessments; and • business process optimization. Our principal consultant and team of qualified associates focus on providing you with practical, meaningful advice to address your environmental, health and safety issues. 30 Green Meadow Road, Regina, SK S4V 0A5 Phone: (306) 347-8083 Fax: (306) 347-8084 Email: info@argueandassociates.com www. argueandassociates.com


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Abonar Business Consultants Ltd.

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Argue and Associates Mgmt Consultants Inc.

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Ag-West Bio Inc. B.E.S.T. Ltd.

Badger Daylighting Inc.

Ballast Environmental Consulting Ltd.

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Canada North Enviro. Services Ltd. Partnership

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Carson Energy Services Ltd.

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Canadian Light Source Inc.

City of Regina - Environmental Services Dept.

Clarence Campeau Development Fund

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Communities of Tomorrow

Dagaz Environmental Inc.

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ECO Canada

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EcoLibra Systems Inc.

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Golder Associates

Greenfield Carbon Offsetters Inc.

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Hydrosphere Technologies

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J.D. Mollard and Associates (2010) Limited JMH Environmental Solutions Ltd.

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Klohn Crippen Berger Ltd.

Koenders Windmills Inc.

MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP Matrix Solutions Inc.

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MDH Engineered Solutions Corp.

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Normac A.E.S. Ltd.

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Maxxam Analytics

Micro Oil Inc.

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Nilex Inc.

Northern Water Cleaners NRG Management

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P. Machibroda Engineering Ltd.

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PINTER & Associates Ltd.

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Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

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Saskatchewan Watershed Authority

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Scholz, Allan

SCI Sustainable Concepts Inc.

Sequoia Environmental Remediation Inc. SIAST - Palliser Campus

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SNC-Lavalin Environment

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SLR Consulting (Canada) Ltd. Sonntag, Maynard

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Stantec Consulting Ltd.

Suncatcher Solar

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Tetra Tech

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Thurber Engineering Ltd.

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Trace Associates Inc.

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Tri-Arrow Industrial Recovery Inc.

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Titan Clean Energy Projects Corporation

Trek Construction & Environmental Services Ltd. Tundra Environmental Drilling

U of R - Office of Energy and Environment U of R Career Centre

U of S - Industry Liaison Office (ILO)

U of S - School of Environment and Sustainability

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Western Heritage

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Water Resource Consultants Ltd. WestSource

WMCZ Lawyers and Mediators

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TECO Natural Resource Group Ltd.

TERA Environmental Consultants

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SpringBoard West Innovations Inc.

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) 3XR Inc.

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1701 Flint Road, Toronto, ON M3J 2W8 Ken Haggerty, President 416-850-5322 416-661-8345 khaggerty@3xr.ca www.3xr.ca

3XR manufactures and sells AmRHEX®, a patent pending technology/machine that removes and recovers ammonia from flows where it occurs at high strength (800-3000 mgN/L) such as digester solids, dewatering liquor (filtrate), Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, or landfill leachate. Each AmRHEX® can process up to about 700 m3/d. The features which make AmRHEX® an attractive alternative for operators where ammonia (nitrogen) removal is mandated are the following: 1. Low Capital Cost. AmRHEX® equipment costs much less than biological alternatives.

2. Low energy consumption. AmRHEX® power use is about 1 kWh/kg N: this is 10% of the 10 kWh/kg N required for biological nitrogen removal (BNR).

3. Carbon Negative operation. GHG mitigation of 10 tonnes CO2 per tonne ammonia fertilizer (N) displaced by employing AmRHEX®. In addition, there is no N2O released (a GHG released by BNR that is – 300 times as potent as CO2 and may contribute up to 90 tonnes of CO2 equivalent tonne N removed by BNR). 4. Profit Center from Residuals. Recovered ammonium sulfate fertilizer value is more than double the input costs. Depending on the purchase arrangement, 3XR manages these residuals, and shares profits with the generating entity (utility).

5. Small Footprint. Each modular, prepackaged, computercontrolled, fully automated, self monitored AmRHEX® unit occupies a footprint of approximately 3 m x 11 m, about 1/ 1/ 10 to 4 that required by BNR. This is of great importance where ammonia removal is an added requirement to an existing plant, where the site is often built out and space is at a premium.

Abonar Business Consultants Ltd.

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3110 8th St. E., Unit 8B-376 Saskatoon, SK S7H 0W2 Sean McAlpine, Principal 306-290-2174 Sean.mcalpine@abonarconsultants.com

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Scott Kopelchuk, Principal 306-291-3241 scott.kopelchuk@abonarconsultants.com www.abonarconsultants.com

Abonar Business Consultants Ltd. helps clients turn their innovative ideas into real business results. We do feasibility studies, business plans and business troubleshooting. Staff has experience in manufacturing, commercial banking, financial planning and new company startups.

Akzo Nobel Chemicals Ltd.

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3910 Wanuskewin Rd. Saskatoon, SK S7P 0B7 Gerry Mooney, Lab and Environmental Supervisor 306-242-3855, ext. 228 306-931-4737 gerry.mooney@akzonobel.com www.akzonobel.com

Akzo Nobel Chemicals Ltd. manufactures specialty surfacant chemicals for mining and industrial applications. As a Responsible Care company, we are interested in improving pollution prevention activities and in maintaining a dialogue with regulators and the public regarding environmental issues.

Argue and Associates Management Consultants Inc.

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30 Green Meadow Road Regina SK S4V 0A5 Shawna Argue, President/Principal Consultant 306-347-8084 sargue@argueandassociates.com info@argueandassociates.com www.argueandassociates.com

Argue and Associates Management Consultants, Inc. is a Regina-based firm specializing in environment, health and safety (EHS) and business consulting. Founded in 2004, its President and Principal Consultant, Shawna Argue, is an engineer and holds an MBA. She has worked in the environmental industry for the majority of her career and has experience in a variety of settings, including

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) international. The company provides clients with personalized, quality services that range from small projects to larger, more diverse undertakings. Argue and Associates can assemble teams of experts for clients, and manage their projects to ensure effective completion. We work closely with our clients on all projects and apply systems approaches to solving problems and delivering services. The approach integrates EHS with overall business processes.

transportation, industrial, engineering, construction and petroleum industries. Our key technology is the Badger Hydrovac excavator which is used primarily for safely digging trenches in congested grounds and challenging conditions. Unlike traditional backhoe excavation, the Badger Hydrovac uses a pressurized water stream to liquefy the soil cover, which is then removed with a powerful vacuum excavation system and deposited into a storage tank. Badger manufactures its truck-mounted hydrovac units. There are many applications for the Badger Hydovac unit.

Protecting the environment

B.E.S.T. Ltd. ADDRESS:

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Box 27111, 420 Albert Street Regina, SK S4R 8R8 (NE 1/4 36-17-21-W2M) Daniel Guskjolen, Manager 306-550-4744 306-949-7438 danregina@sasktel.net 98 Windfield Road, Regina SK S4V 0K2 Max Schaffer, CEO 306-522-2378 306-522-0290 www.bestlandfarm.ca

Bramley’s Enviro Soil Technology Ltd. (B.E.S.T.) has been operating for six years as a Class 1 land farm.

B.E.S.T. is now permitted to accept water impacted with hydrocarbons, Hydro dig mud, and waste hydrocarbons. We also have dill cutting bulk bags and specialized transportation available for all waste products.

Environmental damage and restoration costs are also significantly reduced using Badger’s hydrovac system because surface damage in the surrounding excavation zone is greatly minimized. Product service: Hydrovac

• Potholing/Daylighting: Line exposing, service and splice pits, Cathodic anode installation.

• Piling and pole holes: End bearing piles, friction piles, utility pole holes, pole removal and replacements, traffic signals and light standards.

• Slot Trenching: Pipeline tie-ins, installation and investigation, drain tiles, line fault maintenance and repair.

• Debris Removal/Cleanouts: Road and box culverts, manhole and electrical vaults, catch basins, elevator shaft cleanouts, ballast removal, tank and structural cleanouts. • Shoring sales and rentals.

Ballast Environmental Consulting Ltd.

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Badger Daylighting Inc.

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4101 Rochdale Blvd, P.O. Box 22009 Regina, SK S4X 4P0 319 Sherwood Road, Regina, SK Nigel Spilman, Business Development 306-737-6549 306-545-7933 nspilman@badgerinc.com www.badgerinc.com 1-800-465-4273

Badger Daylighting is North America’s largest provider of non-destructive excavating services. Badger traditionally works for contractors and facility owners in the utility, 24

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P.O. Box 87073, RPO Douglas Square Calgary, AB T2Z 3V7 Elvie Reinson, Manager 403-452-3110 403-452-3133 elvie@ballastenvironmental.com www.ballastenvironmental.com

Ballast Environmental provides viable options allowing for a balance between people and the environment by providing consulting services for pre-developments, reclamation and remediation. Services offered include: phase I, II and III environmental site assessments, remediation planning, project management, restoration plans, reclamation certificate

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) applications, pre-disturbance site assessments, environmental field reports, screening assessments, mitigation plans, wildlife and vegetation surveys, detailed site assessments, environmental monitoring, IOGC approvals and audits, and hazardous material assessments through Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Bayer CropScience Inc.

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295 Henderson Dr., Regina, SK S4N 6C2 Darren Deonarine, HSE Director 306-721-3112 darren.deonarine@bayercropscience.com www.bayercropscience.ca

Everything at Bayer CropScience is geared toward partnership for growth. By enhancing crop yields and crop quality, we create value for farmers and distributors, our shareholders and partner companies as well as the entire food industry. Our mission is to be the worldwide leader in providing innovative products and combined solutions for agriculture and environmental health.

We strive to build long-term, consistent, predictable and mutually beneficial partnerships with our customers and stakeholders.

We conduct our business responsibly, fulfill our commitment to sustainable development and achieve superior financial returns combined with long-term growth.

Cameco Corporation

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1131 Avenue W South Saskatoon, SK S7M 4E8 Liam Mooney, Director, Environmental Affairs and Regulatory Relations 306-956-6685 306-956-6590 liam_mooney@cameco.com 2121 - 11th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7M 1J3 Sheila Caron, Sr. Administrative Assistant 306-956-6525 306-956-6590 sheila_caron@cameco.com www.cameco.com

Cameco, with its head office in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, is the world’s largest uranium producer as well as a significant supplier of conversion services. The company’s competitive position is based upon its controlling ownership of the world’s largest high-grade reserves and low-cost operations. Cameco’s uranium products are used to generate clean electricity in nuclear power plants around the world including Ontario, where the company is a partner in North America’s largest nuclear electricity generating facility. The company also explores for uranium in North America, Australia and Asia, and holds a majority interest in Centerra Gold Inc., the fifth largest North American-based gold producer.

Canada Colors and Chemicals Ltd.

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105 - 150 Crowfoot Crescent NW, Suite 857, Calgary, AB T3G 3T2 Trevor Shillington, Technical Sales Representative 403-988-5443 403-663-0937 tshillington@canadacolors.com Westlock, AB T7P 2P4 Darren Kostiw, Account Manager 780-349-6148 dkostiw@canadacolors.com www.canadacolors.com 1-877-698-6620

As part of our continuing commitment to the safety of our natural environment, Canada Colors and Chemicals Limited is now offering a variety of products for use in the remediation of contaminated sites. Our extensive line of products can be used in a variety of remediation programmes including, but not limited to, bioremediation, chemical oxidation, and mechanical removal systems. In addition, we are involved in various aspects of the water treatment industry in both industrial and municipal market segments. The primary areas include potable water treatment, wastewater treatment and industrial boiler and cooling waters. Dedicated sales specialists in conjunction with leading suppliers of both specialty and commodity products provide competent, reliable customer support.

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) Canada North Environmental Services Limited Partnership

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4 - 130 Robin Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7L 6M7 Peter Vanriel, General Manager 306-652-4432 306-652-4431 peter.vanriel@cannorth.com info@cannorth.com www.cannorth.com

Canada North Environmental Services Limited Partnership (CanNorth) is a 100% aboriginal owned multi-disciplinary environmental consulting firm. We are owned by Kitsaki Management Limited Partnership (KMLP), the investment arm of the Lac la Ronge Indian Band. Our primary corporate objectives are:

1. to provide high quality cost-effective environmental services to national and international resource developers, and to government agencies; and 2. involve aboriginal and northern peoples in environmental studies and programs.

Our team has proven experience with study designs, data collections, monitoring, cumulative impact assessments, and stakeholder consultations. Projects are undertaken using state-of-the-art technology for analysis, evaluation, problem solving, and strategic planning.

Our expertise includes: environmental impact assessments, environmental baseline studies, environmental effects monitoring, fish investigations, fish habitat compensation and restoration, aquatic toxicology, limnology and aquatic ecology, aquatic and terrestrial plant surveys, wildlife surveys, species-at-risk surveys, hydrology, watershed management, and data management and analyses. We are the only aboriginal owned consulting company in North America with ISO 9001:2008 certification.

Canadian Light Source Inc.

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101 Perimeter Road Saskatoon, SK S7N 0X4 Jeffrey Cutler Director of Industrial Science 306-657-3530 306-657-3535 jeff.cutler@lightsource.ca Jeff Warner, Industrial Scientist 306-657-3568

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306-657-3535 jeff.warner@lightsource.ca www.lightsource.ca 306-357-3500

The Canadian Light Source (CLS) is a unique national research facility and a leading light for environmental research.

With innovative industry access and dedicated industrial scientists, this state-of-the-art centre is a powerful tool for research related to effectively extracting resources from the earth while protecting the environment. The CLS can answer questions at every stage of the resource cycle, from exploration and metals recovery, to tailings management, remediation and environmental monitoring, by identifying metallic phases and amorphous compounds in effluents and mine tailings. The synchrotron’s presence in Saskatchewan offers a unique benefit to the local environmental industry, particularly in the analysis of toxic metals such as arsenic, selenium and nickel in soil, sludge and air.

Carson Energy Services Ltd.

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Box 160, Lampman, SK S0C 1N0 Danielle Wysminity Environmental Technologist A.Sc.T. 306-421-3246 306-487-3235 dwysminity@carsonenergyservices.com Robyn Glasser, Environmental Technologist 306-487-7749 306-487-3235 rglasser@carsonenergyservices.com www.carsonenergyservices.com

Carson Energy Services Ltd. has provided services to the oil and gas industry for 35 years in Manitoba, Southern Saskatchewan and Alberta. Since the mid 1990s, Carson Energy Services has provided environmental services including: •Phase I and II site assessments • Soil and water sampling

• Remediation and reclamation services

• Electromagnetic surveys; EM31-SH, EM31, EM38 available

• A full line of in-house equipment for site reclamation and restoration

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) City of Regina - Environmental Services Department

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P.O. Box 1790 Regina, SK S4P 3C8 Gary Nieminen Manager of Environment Engineering 306-777-7441 306-777-6806 gnieminen@regina.ca Derrick Bellows, Director of Environmental Services Department 306-777-7649 dbellows@regina.ca www.regina.ca

The City of Regina is the living laboratory for many sustainable infrastructure projects under development through a collaboration among federal and provincial government, Communities of Tomorrow and the University of Regina.

Clarence Campeau Development Fund

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2158 Airport Drive Saskatoon, SK S7L 6M6 Steve Danners Business Development Specialist 306-657-4870 steve@clarencecampeau.com ccdfqlx.sasktelwebhosting.com/index.htm

The Clarence Campeau Development Fund (CCDF) was esta-blished by The Métis Society of Saskatchewan Inc. subject to an agreement with the Government of Saskatchewan dated June 11, 1997. In September of 2001 an amendment to the Gaming Act recognized CCDF in legislation and a new agreement between the province and The Métis Nation - Saskatchewan Secretariat Inc. was executed in December 2002.

The purpose of the CCDF is to provide financial assistance where currently there is a void for Métis clients. The CCDF is not designed to replace or be in competition with, but to augment and complement existing government programs, agencies and other financial institutions. The CCDF does not fund cultural activities, social programs, operations of political bodies, or non-economic related development projects. Mission Statement: The mission of the CCDF is to improve the economic circumstances of Saskatchewan’s Métis by

providing funding for business development, community economic development and development of management skills and assistance to new and existing Métis-owned businesses. The goals of the CCDF are as follows;

• To ensure that Métis entrepreneurs acquire the management, administrative and marketing skills necessary for business success;

• To increase employment opportunities for Métis persons;

• To improve incomes for Métis persons.

Clearflow Enviro Systems Group Inc.

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140, 134 Pembina Road Sherwood Park, AB T8H 0M2 Jerry Hanna, CEO & Chairman 780-410-1403 jerry@clearflowgroup.com Doug Wood, VP Operations 780-410-1403 780-410-1406 doug@clearflowgroup.com www.clearflowgroup.com

Clearflow Enviro Systems Group Inc. is a full service company providing engineered solutions for water clarification (industrial reuse or release, waste water, sediment and metals removal), soil stability and erosion control and de-salinization solutions for both soil and water. Clearflow has spent the last three years working with National Research Council of Alberta and the Universities of Alberta and Guelph to prove products are environmentally friendly and can be used in-situ, allowing for release directly back into the environment, or for reclaiming water for reuse (Toxicity Reports are available off our website). As these products and processes are site-specific and because we match our anionic polyacrylamides to the soil and water chemistry of your area, cost and effectiveness are optimized. Because the product is anionic they can be used directly where wildlife is present and then all water treated can be immediately discharged to the environment. Our process when used in-situ has been proven to remove phosphates, ammonias, organics, PCBs and heavy metals. Clearflow has also patented several mechanical processes that maximize mixing, reaction time and product usage to allow for “turbid” water to be cleaned. Metals, algae, total suspended solids, phosphates, ammonias, organics, and PCBs are all reduced to optimum levels. One of these patented processes, the PR5 Water Treatment System

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) allows for control of the flow rates and has a small footprint. The tank has no mechanical parts, requiring only an external pump. Job histories are available on our website.

Clifton Associates Ltd.

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340 Maxwell Crescent Regina, SK S4N 5Y5 Greg Kuntz, P.Eng. Environmental Engineer 306-721-7611 306-721-8128 greg_kuntz@clifton.ca Toby Thorp, Environmental Scientist 306-721-7611 306-721-8128 toby_thorp@clifton.ca www.clifton.ca

Clifton Associates Ltd. is a western Canada based engineering consulting firm specializing in soil, rock and water. Our services are centred on our core skills of environmental, civil, and geotechnical engineering. Our staff consists of over 100 professional, technical and administrative personnel in Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton, and Lloydminster. We employ technical and management skills to provide solutions for clients primarily in the oil and gas, transportation, mining, industrial, public works, construction, government and international development sectors. Our services include:

• Contaminated site assessment and remediation

• Environmental impact assessments, project proposals and licensing • Environmental management

• Waste storage and disposal systems • Landfills

• Groundwater investigations

• Compliance monitoring, and • Mine waste management

We have extensive experience on large scale projects including serving as the lead consultant on the Wascana Lake Urban Revitalization Project and the Fishing Lake Flood Relief Project. On top of this, Clifton Associates Ltd. has recently expanded into transportation planning, and site planning and development.

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Communities of Tomorrow

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250 - 10 Research Drive Regina, SK S4S 7J7 Judy Gates, Executive Assistant/ Office Manager 306-522-6691 306-522-6695 jgates@communitiesoftomorrow.ca John Lee, President 306-522-6698 306-522-6695 jlee@communitiesoftomorrow.ca www.communitiesoftomorrow.ca

Communities of Tomorrow is a public-private partnership with the mission of making Saskatchewan a global leader in the field of innovative sustainable municipal infrastructure.

Communities of Tomorrow works with industry, municipalities and researchers to find innovative solutions to infrastructure challenges. Capitalizing on the trilliondollar global infrastructure market, Communities of Tomorrow assists in the development of more cost effective, longer-lasting and environmentally friendly infrastructure products and services, in turn creating jobs, growing businesses and generating economic activity for Saskatchewan. Our strategic focus is on the areas of water, roads and transportation, and remediation.

Communities of Tomorrow operates with four core business strategies: Technology Innovation Brokerage and Facilitation: Communities of Tomorrow builds partnerships between the key sectors: municipalities, industry, and researchers. We seek to discover needs and match them with suppliers, and assisting the development of products and services from concept to field-testing to commercialization, as well as the development of innovative solutions and best practices. Funding: Communities of Tomorrow provides project funding to assist companies, municipalities, and researchers to prove out and demonstrate innovative technologies and processes. Over 100 projects have previously received funding.

Capacity Building: Communities of Tomorrow is assisting industry and municipalities to develop expertise and create capacity, and as a result become innovative leaders, in the infrastructure sector. Economic Development: Communities of Tomorrow works with industry players, associations, regional economic development authorities, and other stakeholders to create

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) economic development in the private sector. CT focuses on the expansion of existing enterprises and the creation of new enterprises to drive economic growth and maximize return on investment in innovation.

Consumers' Co-operative Refineries Ltd.

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P.O. Box 260, Regina, SK S4P 3A1 Kendi Young, Environmental Affairs Engineer 306-721-5282 306-721-5348 k.young@ccrl-fcl.ca Doug Dunnigan, Environmental Analyst 306-721-5379 306-721-5348 d.dunnigan@ccrl-fcl.ca www.ccrl-fcl.ca

Consumers’ Co-operative Refineries Ltd. (CCRL) is an integrated refinery complex and heavy oil upgrader located in Regina, Saskatchewan. CCRL recognizes and acknowledges its responsibility to preserve and protect the environment through commitment and policy.

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan (CIC)

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400 - 2400 College Ave. Regina, SK S4P 1C8 James Hoffman, Executive Director Policy Analysis and Development 306-787-0474 306-787-0294 jhoffman@cicorp.sk.ca Barb Flynn, Senior Policy Analyst 306-787-3118 306-787-0294 bflynn@cicorp.sk.ca www.cicorp.sk.ca 306-787-6851

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan established in 1947 as the Government Finance Office (GFO): it was renamed in 1978 to Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan (CIC) and is the financially selfsufficient holding company for 11 subsidiary commercial Crown corporations. Its mandate is to act as a holding

company for many of the province’s Crown corporations and to be a mechanism for developing broad policy control, directing investment, and routing dividends into the government’s consolidated fund. CIC’s main duties are to:

• establish the strategic direction for subsidiary Crown corporations through effective governance and performance management; and

• enhance Saskatchewan’s long term economic growth and diversification through Crown corporations.

The Crown Corporations Act, 1993, is the current governing legislation.

Dagaz Environmental Inc.

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P.O. Box 23047, 2325 Preston Ave., Market Mall, Saskatoon, SK S7J 5H3 Kathleen Cameron (M.Sc.) President and Senior Environmental Director 306-373-3593 kathleen@dagazenv.com info@dagazenv.com www.dagazenv.com

The environmental focus of Dagaz Environmental Inc. is the manufacture and marketing of the Little River Pond Mill (LRPM) circulator for use in treatment of water and waste water.

The circulating action of the LRPM promotes natural remediation processes for the control of algae (and other nuisance aquatic vegetation), clarification of surface water, greenhouse gas emissions reductions, and the reduction/ elimination of odours and solids/sludge in liquid sewage lagoons and wastewater facilities.

The Little River Pond Mill is sold globally and our present markets include surface waters (lakes, ponds and water reservoirs) and waste waters (livestock, industrial – oil & gas, mining; commercial – chemical, food processing; and municipal). The circulators have assisted many agricultural, municipal, commercial and industrial holdings or companies to meet environmental standards in this area.

Dagaz tailors treatment to meet the unique needs of each client which may range from anaerobic and facultative to aerobic in-situ digestion of organics and the bio-accumulation of nutrient elements, or the simple act of circulation.

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) EcoLibra Systems Inc.

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222 - 111 Research Drive Saskatoon, SK S7N 3R2 Jason Tratch, President 306-955-0872 306-975-7011 jason.tratch@ecolibrasystems.com Dr. Lakshman 306-955-0872 306-975-7011 www.ecolibrasystems.com

EcoLibra Systems Inc. delivers wastewater solutions that are environmentally sustainable AND economically attractive. Our Focus:

Resource Recovery - recovering clean, clear, bacteria-free water and nutrients from wastewaters and creation of commercial carbon credits:

Wastewater Treatment - delivering economical packaged systems, specializing in certified treatment of municipal sewage and livestock manure:

Wastewater Perception - demonstrating how wastewater can be environmentally friendly and economically profitable.

EcoLibra’s core business is delivering an eco-friendly, selfcontained, packaged system that recovers valuable resources as it treats wastewaters. The system easily meets CCME regulations and is certified by ETV Canada, a globally recognized certification.

With expertise in multiple types of wastewater systems, the core wastewater system can be customized to treat multiple types of wastewater but specializes in the treatment of municipal sewage and hog manure. It has a tiny footprint that is scalable from populations of hundreds to several thousands. It is environmentally friendly by not using toxic bacterial reactions, and thus does not give off green house gases. It also is resilient to extreme weather conditions and shocks due to rapid changes in wastewater parameters. EcoLibra also delivers certified wastewater and strategic business planning/consulting, system customization, system enablement over the web, maintenance, support and research and development. The leadership team of EcoLibra consists of experts recognized around the world. EcoLibra provides client solutions for today and well into the future.

Envirotec Services Inc.

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P.O. Box 25055, 100 Cory Road Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B7 Lyle Clouatre, General Manager 306-244-9500 306-244-9501 lclouatre@envirotec.ca Craig McLean, P.Eng. Manager, Environmental Services 306-244-9500 306-244-9501 cmclean@envirotec.ca www.envirotec.ca 1-877-244-9500

Envirotec Services Incorporated (Envirotec) is a leader in providing integrated environmental and industrial services within Saskatchewan. Envirotec is committed to providing a premier service with a diligent focus on safety, quality and strict regulatory compliance. Envirotec specializes in the following services: • Environmental Services

• Used Oil Materials Recovery • Property Remediation • Recycling Services

• Hazardous Waste Management • Industrial Services

• Emergency Spill Response • Confined Space Entry

Envirotec’s geographically distributed sales and service centres throughout Saskatchewan assist in delivering the highest efficiency and value to its customers. Envirotec owns and operates fully licensed facilities in both Saskatoon and Regina for the storage, transfer and treatment of hazardous waste material collected throughout the province. Envirotec is licensed to manage all classes of dangerous goods and hazardous waste as enumerated by the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act and Regulations excluding Class 1 - Explosives, Class 6.2 - Infectious Substances, and Class 7 - Radioactive Materials.

Waste Materials that are not recycled or treated at Envirotec’s facilities are submitted to licensed third-party facilities throughout Canada and the United States. Disposal options available include thermal incineration, stabilization, secure landfill, and physical treatment, and chemical treatment, fuel blending, and recycling.

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For more information on the North American operations of Evraz, please visit www.EvrazIncNA.com.

ERIN Consulting Ltd.

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#200 - 2825 Saskatchewan Drive Regina, SK S4T 1H3 Lloyd Saul, President 306-789-9799, ext. 1 306-789-9490 lsaul@sasktel.net Michele Boudreau, Office Manager 306-789-9799, ext. 0 306-789-9490 m.boudreau@sasktel.net http://erincon.sasktelwebhosting.com

ERIN Consulting Ltd. was founded in 1995 as an environmental consulting firm. We offer a wide range of environmental services to companies in Canada and the world. Our staff expertise ranges from biology to ecology and planning. Our clients include companies in oil and gas, mining, manufacturing, education, communications, and government sectors. Although we have undertaken a wide variety of environmental consulting, our major areas of focus include ecological management, phyto remediation, green technology, and information management and training.

Evraz Inc.

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The company operates a steel mini-mill at Regina that produces plate and coil, which is then converted into energy tubular and other products. When operating at full capacity in Saskatchewan, Evraz Regina recycles about one million tonnes of scrap steel per year, and employs just over 1,000 people.

P.O. Box 1670, 100 Armour Road, RM of Sherwood, Regina, SK S4P 3C7 R.J. (Bob) Schutzman, Director Environmental Affairs & Trade, Canada 306-924-7483 306-924-7499 robert.schutzman@evrazincna.com www.EvrazIncNA.com.

Evraz Inc. NA Canada, (formerly known as IPSCO, founded in 1956), is part of a global vertically-integrated steel, mining and vanadium business. The largest steel operation in Western Canada, Evraz Regina has been recycling steel and delivering quality products for more than five decades.

GE Ground Engineering Ltd.

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415 - 7th Avenue, Regina, SK S4N 4P1 Tim Adelman, President & CEO 306-569-9075 306-565-3677 timadelman@accesscomm.ca

GE Ground Engineering Ltd. is a Saskatchewan based engineering company established in 1972 with background experience and facilities directed solely to provide specialized consulting services in geoenvironmental, civil, mining, construction, roadway and materials engineering. GE Ground Engineering Ltd. offers an all-embracing service. Our Geoenvironmental Package aims at providing you with just one service of intelligence, one single point of contact from the time you initiate site finding to the moment building contractors move in and start moving up. Our headquarters and main testing laboratory are located at Regina in a modern one-storey building, fully equipped with a modern laboratory capable of undertaking a wide range of soil, concrete and asphalt testing. In addition, our concrete testing laboratory has been certified and meets CSA requirements for Category I and additional tests –5°C and –10°C.

Gillies, J.A., P. Eng.

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3414 Keohan Cres., Regina, SK S4V 1J5 Jon A. Gillies, P.Eng., FEC, Consultant 306-789-0408 306-789-9087 JAGillies@Sasktel.net

Consulting - Hydrology, Water Supply, Irrigation, Sustainability

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) Golder Associates

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1721 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0T4 Charity Beres, Environmental Specialist 306-665-7989 306-665-3342 charity_beres@golder.com Jaime Hogan, Hydrologist 306-665-7989 306-665-3342 jaime_hogan@golder.com www.golder.com

Golder Associates, an international group of consulting companies, provides comprehensive services in the fields of environmental science and ground engineering. Our philosophy is one of broad consulting services with the appropriate blend of science, engineering, and social science integrated with project management skills.

Employee-owned since our formation in 1960, we have created a unique culture with pride in ownership, resulting in long-term organizational stability. Golder professionals take the time to build an understanding of client needs and of the specific environments in which they operate. We continue to expand our technical capabilities and have experienced steady growth, now employing over 7,000 people who operate from more than 160 offices located throughout Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America.

Grassland Environmental Inc.

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Box 1870, 813 - 9th St. West Kindersley, SK S0L 1S0 Trent Klarenbach, B.S.A., P.Ag Project Manager 306-463-8607 866-243-1561 trent.klarenbach@grassland.ca Ken Francis, President 306-463-1041 306-463-4173 ken.palliserland@sasktel.net www.grassland.ca

Saskatchewan and Alberta. Some of our services include environmental monitoring, pre-disturbance assessments on both private and crown land, spill response and remediation consulting services. Grassland Environmental Inc. is committed to safe, high-quality, timely project completion in all services we perform for our clients.

Greenfield Carbon Offsetters Inc.

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300 - 1914 Hamilton Street Regina, SK S4P 3N6 Kalen Emsley, Co-President 306-529-1332 306-352-4110 kalen@greenfieldCO2.com Derrick Emsley, Co-President 306-529-6674 306-352-4110 derrick@greenfieldCO2.com www.greenfieldCO2.com info@greenfieldco2.com

Greenfield Carbon Offsetters Inc. is an innovative new company that provides carbon sequestration opportunities through agro-forestry. Through years of study we have become very knowledgeable about carbon offsetting as well as tree plantations. In the last two years we have planted more than 140,000 trees in order to sequester the emissions of large corporations as well as small emitters. We are currently working with experts in carbon sequestration and tree planting as well as several celebrated businessmen throughout Canada. GCO has positioned its practices to comply with any rules and regulations that may be undertaken by the government (both federal and provincial).

When emission protocols are finalized there will be a large demand for carbon offsets. Companies now have the opportunity to purchase offsets with GCO at a reduced price. Greenfield Carbon Offsetters provides a verifiable, new and original way for anybody to offset their emissions.

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) Ground Effects Environmental Services Inc.

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2251 Industrial Drive, Box 1605 Regina, SK S4P 3C4 Sean Frisky, President 306-352-1400 306-352-1412 sfrisky@groundeffects.org Calvin Prokop, Business Dev. Manager 306-352-1400 306-352-1412 cprokop@groundeffects.org www.groundeffects.org 1-866-425-1400

Ground Effects Environmental Services Inc. (GEE) is an award-winning environmental remediation company based in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Established in 1998, we focus on developing, producing and manufacturing innovative environmental remediation technologies that treat contaminated soil, air and ground water onsite or in situ.

GEE provides turn-key solutions to a variety of clients including: upstream and downstream oil and gas companies, auto manufacturers, environmental consultants and chemical companies, among others. We have more than 70 industry-leading innovations, hold two patents and have successfully remediated hundreds of sites in North American and around the world.

Over the past five years we’ve been recognized for our innovations, with an array of awards, ranging from the BDC Young Entrepreneur of the Year, and a National Research Council Canadian Innovation Leader Award to a Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance Award and two Deloitte Green 15/Fast 50 Award – for environmental leadership and growth.

Hatch

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201 - 121 Research Drive Saskatoon, SK S7N 1K2 Lyne Thompson, B.Sc. Environmental Advisor 306-657-7615 306-657-7501 lthompson@hatch.ca 400 - 1066 West Hastings Street Vancouver, BC V6E 3X2 R. Scott Hanna, M.R.M., R.P.Bio. Director North America Hatch Associate Environmental Services Group 604-630-7334

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604-689-3918 shanna@hatch.ca www.hatch.ca 306-657-7500

Hatch is an employee-owned multidiscipline firm that provides consulting, design engineering, technology, environmental services, operational services and project and construction management to the global mining, metallurgy, energy and infrastructure sectors from 65 offices around the world. Programs and projects under management by Hatch have an aggregate value of $35 billion. Hatch understands the environmental and social issues involved with projects within the mining, energy and infrastructure sectors. Our Environmental Services Group (ESG) provides innovative solution-based services related to sustainability: environmental issues and processes: socialand-community interaction: and carbon-management issues and initiatives. ESG works with internal and client project teams to integrate environmental and social issues into projects in which Hatch is engaged.

HAZCO Environmental Services, a division of CCS Inc.

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1199 St. James Street Winnipeg, MB R3H 0K8 Paul Finnbogason, MCPM, Director Business Development - Central Canada 204-832-4561 pfinnbogason@hazco.com David Simpson, Sr. Project Manager 204-832-4561 dsimpson@hazco.com www.hazco.com 1-800-667-0444

HAZCO is a leading provider of environmental and decommissioning solutions. HAZCO’s comprehensive services are backed by our strong corporate infrastructure, dedicated personnel, extensive project experience and our specialized equipment assets. HAZCO’s commitment to safety and our track record for the professional and compliant operation of our facilities make us a preferred contractor and service provider to major corporations and government agencies. We provide innovative and effective solutions to your environmental and decommissioning challenges.

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) Helix Geological Consultants Ltd.

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3634 28th Ave., Regina, SK S4S 2N6 Brian Brunskill, President 306-757-4470 306-757-4070 brianbrunskill@sasktel.net

We have been providing consulting services to the oil and potash industries in Saskatchewan since 1985 and have considerable experience investigating the geological character of the deep subsurface.

Since 2007 we have been investigating the deep geothermal energy heating potential in southern Saskatchewan. This currently untapped resource is enormous and there are no direct emissions of CO2 or other greenhouse gasses. We are working to educate potential stakeholders and to commercialize the utilization of deep geothermal energy in Canada.

Box 181, Weyburn, SK S4H 2J9 Rodney Sidloski, CEO 306-842-2433 306-848-0902 helpint@sasktel.net www.help-international.com

Our Mission: HELP’s principal mission is to train prairie residents in leading edge strategies in the helping sciences. HELP’s objective is to build on inherent strengths of prairie culture to create leaders in the helping sciences both at home and internationally.

Our Vision: HELP envisions a world in which the rural poor have access to land, water, energy, technology and other resources they need to improve their living conditions in a sustainable manner.

Hydrosphere Technologies

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therring@hydrosphere.ca www.hydrosphere.ca

Hydrosphere Technologies was founded to provide environmental consulting services to a wide range of clientele in the areas of assessment and compliance. We work with various sectors throughout western Canada including: real estate transfer and development, upstream and downstream oil and gas, mining, government, and manufacturing. We provide consulting services for site assessments, site remediation, contaminate management, environment health and safety management systems, environment health and safety audits, waste management, water resources management, water and wastewater treatment, environmental site enhancement, decommissioning and reclamation, compliance monitoring, and groundwater/contaminate hydrogeology.

Innovation Place

HELP International

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2226 7th Ave. E., Regina, SK S4N 4S9 Troy Herring, Principal Consultant 306-751-0307 306-751-0424

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#114 - 15 Innovation Boulevard Saskatoon, SK S7N 2X8 Jackie Presnell, Director, Marketing 306-933-7368 306-933-8200 jpresnell@innovationplace.com www.innovationplace.com

Innovation Place is one of North America’s most successful university-related research park systems with facilities in Saskatoon, Regina, and Prince Albert. Innovation Place supports the growth of the province’s advanced technology sector by supplying specialized facilities and services on a commercial basis. The Saskatoon campus is located adjacent to the University of Saskatchewan and builds on the strengths of the University in agriculture, information technology, environmental and life sciences as well as the nearby federal and provincial agencies. The Regina campus is located next to the University of Regina and hosts leading-edge petroleum, environmental sciences and information technology organizations. The Forest Centre in Prince Albert contains a cluster of natural resource and forestry related organizations. Innovation Place has over 180 clients employing 4,700 people who annually generate more than $724 million to the provincial economy.

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) Ivey International Inc.

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P.O. Box 706 Campbell River, BC V9W 6J3 George A. Ivey, President & Senior Remediation Specialist 250-923-6326 250-923-0718 budivey@iveyinternational.com www.iveyinternational.com 1-800-246-2744

Ivey International Inc. is an award-winning environmental technology company with a commitment to provide outstanding products and services through the development and application of innovative air, soil and groundwater remediation technology. Ivey specializes in remediation technology development and provision to environmental consultants, environmental contractors and oil and gas companies to restore air, soil and water quality.

Absorption and/or adsorption (sorption) of contamination to soils/solids is the #1 reason most forms of remediation are slow, costly and/or fail. Ivey International Inc. has developed the Ivey-sol® Remediation Technology to overcome this limitation. As a result, we are able to clean up contaminated soil, water, solids and/or oil and gas wastes more rapidly and economically.

The Ivey-sol® Surfactant Remediation Technology can selectively desorb contamination, including: petroleum hydrocarbon, chlorinated solvent and heavy metals. In doing so, Ivey-sol® liberates these sorbed contaminants from solid substrates making them more “hydraulically available” for extraction by pump and treatment (P&T), more “biologically available” for bioremediation (in-situ and ex-situ), and more “chemically available” for elimination by chemical oxidation or chemical reduction. Ivey-sol® case studies and client references are available upon request.

Ivey-sol® has several commercial and industrial applications including: soil and groundwater remediation, bioremediation, tank cleaning, vapour suppression, NORMs treatment, frac-sand treatment, and shore-line spill clean-up, among many others.

On average, greater than 90-95% of small to medium size contaminated sites are remediated (in-situ) in less than 12 months. Our ex-situ process can take just hours or weeks depending on the Ivey-sol® treatment method and contaminants treated. The Ivey-sol® products and processes have established a strong international reputation for rapid site remediation and reclamation, with significant time and cost savings for our project partners and clients. Our corporate mission is to be “Today’s Environmental Solutions For A Better Tomorrow”.

For more information, please visit our website at www.iveyinternational.com, or call our corporate office at +250-923-6326.

J.D. Mollard and Associates (2010) Limited

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810 Avord Tower, 2002 Victoria Ave. Regina, SK S4P 0R7 Troy Zimmer Geographer, Environmental Sciences 306-352-8811 306-352-8820 zimmer@jdmollard.com Lynden Penner President, Senior Engineer 306-352-8811 306-352-8820 penner@jdmollard.com www.jdmollard.com

J.D. Mollard and Associates (2010) Limited is a private consulting firm of professional engineers, geoscientists, geographers and environmental scientists based in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Dr. Jack Mollard founded J.D. Mollard and Associates Limited in 1956 and for over five decades, Jack and his firm carried out over 5,000 consulting assignments for governments, academia and private industry, across Canada and around the world. In 2010, Dr. Jack Mollard retired as president of J.D. Mollard and Associates Limited, and company operations were taken over by long-time employee Lynden Penner under a new company, J.D. Mollard and Associates (2010) Limited. All professional staff continue to practice with the new company and are committed to carrying on a tradition of excellence in applied civil and geological engineering, geology, hydrogeology, geography, biology, remote sensing, GIS, terrain analysis and environmental studies. Consulting projects carried out by JDMA (2010) include:

• Route and site location and assessment, terrain mapping, characterization and evaluation; • Geological, geotechnical and geoenvironmental studies; • Land, water and forestry studies, including land capability and suitability studies, environmental impact assessments, and computer modeling for prediction of geo-environmental impacts;

• Mine, mineral and petroleum exploration and development;

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) • Natural hazard assessment and analysis; and

• Aggregate location, quantity and quality studies.

JMH Environmental Solutions Ltd.

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5001 - 49th St., Camrose, AB T4V 1N5 Jason Herzog, PAg, EP, President 780-672-4059 866-835-3361 jason.herzog@jmhenvironmental.com www.jmhenvironmental.com

JMH Environmental Solutions Ltd. is an environmental consulting business operating within the energy sectors of Alberta and Saskatchewan. We specialize in spill response, site reclamation, and historic site remediation. We offer timely, professional, practical environmental solutions to reduce liability for our clients.

JMH Environmental Solutions Ltd. specializes in oil and gas environmental consulting. We are a committed group of professionals who believe in effective delivery of quality reporting and environmental services in the upstream oil and gas industry.

pumping systems. Kelln Solar Water Pumping has been providing solar pumping solutions since 1984.

• Our solar pumps are floating, submersible, and surface mounted with volumes to 10.000 gpd; • Eliminate greenhouse gases by displacing fossil fuel combustion;

• Keeping livestock out of streams eliminates pollutants and improves water quality by keeping animal waste out; • Increase wildlife nesting habitat by keeping livestock away from streams – livestock are not destroying vegetation by tramping in stream banks;

• Reduces or eliminates bacteria and micro organism contamination (ecoli, glardia, cryptosporidium, etc.) by keeping manure away from water bodies;

• Reduce bacterial soil transfer and contamination, a key cause of hoof-rot; • Solar dugout aeration.

Kelln Solar provides a turn-key solar aeration system for dugouts, ponds, lagoons, lakes, etc. Aeration means adding air to a body of water to restore it back to health. The benefits from using a Kelln Solar Aeration System:

1. Cleans up water and improves water clarity, reduces algae growth; 2. Oxidizes phosphate, ammonia, and nitrite to reduce their levels;

3. Stops the buildup of organic and inorganic pollutants and eliminates harmful gases;

4. Increases fish growth, production, and carrying capacity;

5. Reverses lake aging and degradation.

Kelln Consulting Ltd.

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P.O. Box 94, 50 James St. Lumsden, SK S0G 3C0 Ken Kelln, President 306-731-2224 306-731-2774 ken@kellnsolar.com Will Oddie 306-731-2224 306-731-2774 will@kellnsolar.com www.kellnsolar.com

Kelln Consulting Ltd. is a consulting engineering firm specializing in energy efficient building design and renewable energy system design. Kelln Consulting Ltd. performs commercial, industrial, and residential electrical and mechanical energy audits. We also have a manufacturing arm that specializes in solar water pumps, and we are Canada’s largest manufacturer of solar water 36

We Practice What We Preach. Our office building is arguably the most energy efficient small commercial building in Saskatchewan, using less than half the energy of a conventional building of the same size.

Keneco Environmental Services (2000) Inc.

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3rd Floor, 3333 - 8th Street SE Calgary, AB T2G 3A4 Tom Stevenson VP Environmental Services 403-237-8137 403-770-4003 tstevenson@kenecoenviro.com Randy Bullock, Field Supervisor Saskatchewan Sales and Marketing Representative

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306-631-1042 rbullock@kenecoenviro.com www.kenecoenviro.com

Since 1994, Keneco Environmental Services (2000) Inc. has provided comprehensive, effective and cost-efficient solutions to today’s environmental challenges. The highest standards of safety excellence and environmental planning are at the very core of our business.

Specializing in drilling waste disposal, environmental assessments, EFR preparations, land reclamation, waste tracking and environmental audits, Keneco is a trusted, progressive resource for environmental consulting. We are focused on delivering accurate project assessment and proven response, with a keen commitment to clients’ unique and varied requirements. In creating your optimum solutions, we always remain receptive to your instructions, ideas and new operational methods. Keneco’s approach to business is systematic, thorough and efficient. We are continually expanding our capabilities to develop innovative new approaches that meet the evolving needs of our broad client base. At Keneco, our professionals and technicians are among the very best in the industry. Our experienced and trained personnel are specialists in the key areas of reclamation, remediation and soil science, and are equipped with the tools and technology needed to provide safe, secure and efficient service.

groundwater, drinking water); environmental engineering; municipal engineering; waste management; industrial and municipal pollution prevention; aquatic biology. Personnel are trained in the areas of civil, sanitary, industrial and environmental engineering; environmental engineering technology, aquatic biology and limnology; feasibility and predesign studies, design, contract administration, construction inspection, training, troubleshooting, and operational assistance. KGS Group Consulting Engineers specializes in water and wastewater treatment processes and provides services in bench scale and pilot scale water and wastewater process testing programs. In addition, KGS Group Consulting Engineers provides services in the area of water quality surveillance and assessment, technology reviews and implementation.

Klohn Crippen Berger Ltd.

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440, 2365 Albert Street Regina, SK S4P 4K1 Bruce McLeod, P.Eng., Sr. Project Manager 306-584-7071 306-584-8666 bmcleod@kgsgroup.com 310, 2365 Albert Street Regina, SK S4P 4K1 Laurie Hammond, P.Eng Environmental Engineer 306-757-9681 306-584-8666 lhammond@kgsgroup.com www.kgsgroup.com

KGS Group Consulting Engineers provides comprehensive engineering and consulting services in the following areas; water and sewage works; water treatment; environment audits and assessments; water quality (surface water,

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200A, 2366 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X5 Joel Hilderman Sr. Environmental Engineer 306-974-1520 jhilderman@klohn.com 500, 2618 Hopewell Place NE Calgary, AB T1Y 7J7 Warren Vincent-Lambert Senior Hydrogeologist 403-274-3424 403-274-5349 wlambert@klohn.com www.klohn.com 1-888-531-4394

Klohn Crippen Berger Ltd. is a multi-disciplined consulting firm providing a wide range of engineering, earth and biological science services to industry and government clients. Over the past 50 years, KCBL has been involved in projects on virtually every continent encompassing varied geographical and cultural settings. Our experienced staff provides services in environmental assessment, monitoring and remediation: civil and geotechnical engineering: groundwater: water resources: mining and transportation: and power services.

In addition, Klohn Crippen Berger has partnered with IEG Consultants Ltd. and IEG Nunasi Consultants Ltd. to deliver specialized environmental and engineering services to First Nations, industry and government clients in Northern Canada. Through these unique joint ventures, we have the professional staff to help meet the technical, environmental, and social

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Koenders Windmills Inc.

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3426 Saskatchewan Drive Regina, SK S4T 1H1 Alan Goode, General Manager 306-721-1495 306-721-1496 agoode@koenderswindmills.com www.koenderswindmills.com

Koenders Windmills Inc. manufactures and sells windmills and associated equipment for the aeration of standing water. Aeration improves the quality of water by providing an oxygen rich environment and circulating the water, thus preventing weed growth and removing odours. Our traditional market was with the farmers in improving the quality of their dug-out water: more recently we provide aeration to the fish farm industry where aerated water is vital for fish health. We also sell windmills to golf courses, all of whom have â&#x20AC;&#x153;water featuresâ&#x20AC;? and who previously spent large amounts of cash in chemically treating their ponds. Rural Communities are realizing that windmills can offer a cost effective and environmentally friendly solution to speedy remediation of their wastewater lagoons.

Due to falling water levels, it is becoming more difficult to access clean water. Koenders has introduced a range of solar powered well water pumps that can pump water from up to 1,000 feet deep, at a fraction of the cost of a traditional deep water extraction windmill. See our webpage at www.koenderswaterpumps.com for more information.

Matrix Solutions Inc.

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1780 Railway Ave., Box 279 Weyburn, SK S4H 2K1 Jon Hutt, VP, Saskatchewan Operations 306-842-3088, ext. 29 306-842-3356 jhutt@matrix-solutions.com 10 - 1071 Central Ave. N Swift Current, SK S9H 4Z1

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Stacey Wiens, Senior Agrologist 306-773-3009 ext. 206 306-773-3109 swiens@matrix-solutions.com www.matrix-solutions.com

Matrix Solutions Inc. is an environmental consulting firm based in Calgary, Alberta, with satellite offices in Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Pincher Creek, Medicine Hat, Alberta: Fort St. John, British Columbia: Lloydminster and Swift Current, Weyburn and Oxbow, Saskatchewan: and Brandon, Manitoba. We specialize in the assessment, monitoring, remediation, reclamation of soil and water resources and regulatory affairs and permits as well as completing large environmental impact assessments and water resource projects. Matrix combines the professional expertise of five well-known predecessor companies, Groundwater Solutions Ltd., Jim Lore & Associates (subsequently 3-D Reclamation Inc.), E2 Environmental Alliance, Hydroconsult EN3 Services Ltd., and Odyssey Environmental Ltd.

Over the past decade and a half, Matrix and its predecessor firms have worked almost exclusively for the oil and gas exploration, production, processing and heavy oil industry. This still forms the core of our client base and we have applied our expertise at hundreds of upstream petroleum and heavy oil industry sites, ranging in size from single well sites and pipeline metering stations to major sour gas processing plants, oil sands developments and refineries. In recent years, Matrix has expanded its clientele to include the downstream oil and gas sector, mining, agriculture, manufacturing, commercial establishments and regulatory agencies.

Maxxam Analytics

114-116 Research Dr. Saskatoon, SK S7N 3R3 CONTACT: Karen Malanowich Account Manager - Saskatchewan TEL: 306-249-1014 FAX: 306-249-1015 EMAIL: karen.malanowich@maxxamanalytics.com ALT. CONTACT: Tim Blum, Customer Service Representative TEL: 306-249-1014 FAX: 306-249-1015 EMAIL: tim.blum@maxxamanalytics.com WEB: www.maxxam.ca TOLL FREE: 1-800-386-7247 ADDRESS:

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) Maxxam Analytics Inc. is the countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest provider of analytical laboratory services, and over the past 30 years has developed a strong reputation for innovative service solutions, regulatory interpretation, and leadership in the application of analytical science.

MDH Engineered Solutions Corp.

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232-111 Research Drive Saskatoon, SK S7N 3R2 Chad LePoudre Manager, Geoenvironmental Services 306-934-7527 306-934-7528 clepoudre@mdhsolutions.com 202-1911 E Truesdale Drive Regina, SK S4V 2N1 Fred Antunes Vice President, Corp. Development 306-546-4220 306-546-4262 fantunes@mdhsolutions.com info@mdhsolutions.com www.mdhsolutions.com

MDH Engineered Solutions Corp. provides innovative and cost-effective solutions to traditional and complex geoenvironmental problems. MDH thrives on applying the latest in engineering and science to find solutions to the most difficult geotechnical, hydrogeology, geological and geoenvironmental problems. Research, generation of new knowledge, and development of new technology provide the edge that keeps the company involved in major projects in Saskatchewan and worldwide. Specialized geoenvironmental laboratory facilities in Saskatoon and its mobile field laboratory are an integral part of the company that complement its research and consulting services. The nature of our project experience spans mining, industrial and municipal waste management as well as natural resource development, groundwater evaluation, contaminant transport modeling, geotechnical/geological instrumentation, biological assessments, hydrological studies and environmental protection.

Micro Oil Inc.

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501 Avenue M South Saskatoon, SK S7M 2K8 David Stromberg, President 306-477-4323, 306-221-2658 306-477-4326 micro.oil@sasktel.net Kyle Olafson Corporate Operations Manager 306-477-4323 306-477-4326 olafson.k@sasktel.net

Micro Oil Inc. is committed to providing the mining and oil industry with custom blended oil/petroleum products, containment, equipment, and industrial services. Should you require information regarding any of our products or capabilities, please contact David Stromberg.

MWH

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104, 108 Research Drive Saskatoon, SK S7N 3R3 Doug Terry, Manager Saskatchewan Operations 306-373-1110 306-373-2444 douglas.terry@mwhglobal.com www.mwhglobal.com

MWH combines sound management practices and technical expertise to deliver efficient, cost-effective and timely environmental solutions to clients in all industry sectors. Our expertise includes: operations planning for environmentally sensitive areas (including project proposals, EIAs, Epps, EISs, construction plans and AOAs): environmental assessment (Phase I, II, III): regulatory compliance monitoring: rare and endangered species assessments: remediation: decommissioning and reclamation: property transfer audits: wildlife habitat assessment, public consultation: and environmental training services. MWH has prairie offices in Saskatoon, Estevan, Lloydminster, and Calgary to optimize access to project locations in Western Canada. Our team of professionals has expertise in geology, geophysics, biology, ecology, fisheries, environmental chemistry, and geography. The field services we provide (including water well testing: piezometer installation: groundwater monitoring: soil sampling: and soil vapour surveys) are

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Nilex Inc.

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3 - 320 Jessop Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y6 Lee Jaboeuf, Technical Sales Representative 306-956-0088 306-956-0055 ljaboeuf@nilex.com Jim Goodsell, Customer Service 1-888-543-5454 403-543-5455 saskatoon@nilex.com www.nilex.com

Materials and construction for earth and water. Nilex recognizes the importance of reducing the impact of construction on the environment by providing materials for the environmental, infrastructure and resource sectors. Providing geosynthetics for containment, drainage, erosion control, ground improvement, MSE walls/slopes, roads/ pavement, reclamation and remediation. Locations: Burnaby, Vernon, Edmonton, Calgary, Grande Prairie, Saskatoon, Winnipeg.

Northern Water Cleaners

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809 High St. W., Moose Jaw, SK S6H 6L7 Ernie Butler, President 306-694-0000 306-694-0069 northernwatercleaners@sasktel.net Ray Taylor, Vice President 306-694-0000 306-694-0069 raytaylor@northernwatercleaners.com www.northernwatercleaners.com

Northern Water Cleaners produces a whole-home, bactericidal water cleaner which removes up to 90% of pharmaceuticals, all bacteria, and harmful chemicals such as chlorine, herbicides, insecticides and industrial waste. Their bactericidal process is patented worldwide and Northern Water Cleaners’ proprietary technology delivers bacteria-free, great tasting, clean, safe drinking water for the public. Although the Northern Water Cleaner system is primarily focused on protecting homes and families, they have numerous commercial customers with similar concerns with water contamination, such as plant nurseries, fitness centres, a winery and brewery, restaurants, health stores, etc. Through extensive research and development, Northern Water Cleaners continues to strive to improve the quality of its bactericidal water treatment system. Its expertise in the treatment of water, marketing techniques, management, and its affiliation with reputable and competent engineers enabled Northern Water Cleaners to establish itself as a respected and successful corporation.

Normac A.E.S. Ltd.

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Box 880, Swift Current, SK S9H 3W8 Doug Cameron, Owner 306-773-1707 306-778-8344 normac@yourlink.ca

Normac A.E.S. Ltd. is a Swift Current-based company that provides environment and ecological services. Normac A.E.S. conducts commercial physical and biological research. Normac A.E.S. Ltd. has worked on projects for CanadaSaskatchewan Irrigation Diversification Centre (CSIDC) – “Effluent Irrigation Guidelines and Management Practices”– and for the City of Swift Current – “Effluent Irrigation Project.”

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NRG Management

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1124 Sanford St., Winnipeg, MB R3G 2N1 Justin Rodger, Operations Manager 204-788-4117 204-788-4161 justin.rodger@nrgmanagement.ca www.nrgmanagement.ca 1-877-674-6468

NRG Management is a design-build-maintain mechanical contractor offering complete energy management solutions. We are based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, but work all over Saskatchewan, Alberta, north-western Ontario and the Territories. We offer energy audits and integrated design to facilitate LEED and BOMA Best standard projects

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) coupled with complete installation of heating, cooling and refrigeration, ventilation, plumbing, and electrical services. We are also the exclusive distributors for SOLARWALL and SOLARDUCT thermal air products in the Saskatchewan market. These products are the leading way to get free building heat from the sun.

O'Connor Associates Environmental Inc.

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106 Terracon Pl., Winnipeg, MB R2J 4G7 Carrie Strachan, Project Manager 204-489-2964, ext. 42 204-489-3014 carrie-strachan@oconnor-associates.com www.oconnor-associates.com

O’Connor Associates is a progressive, independent firm of Canadian environmental engineering consultants.

Drawing upon over 25 years of experience in Canada and on international projects, we provide clients with solutions to complex environmental problems.

O’Connor Associates is capable of contributing specific technical expertise as a member of the client’s team, or we can assume responsibility for complete project management.

Whether the project is complex or routine, our staff of engineers (civil, geological, chemical, environmental, agricultural) and environmental scientists (hydrogeologists, agrologists, biologists, geographers) work together to find the right answers.

P. Machibroda Engineering Ltd.

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806 - 48th St. E., Saskatoon, SK S7K 3Y4 Ray Machibroda Sr. Geoenvironmental Engineer 306-665-8444 306-652-2092 r.machibroda@machibroda.com pmel.sk@machibroda.com www.machibroda.com

Since 1977, P. Machibroda Engineering Ltd. has provided consulting engineering services for thousands of commercial, industrial and residential developments. Our clients include: First Nations: federal, provincial, and municipal

governments: crown corporations: engineering firms: architects: general contractors, and developers. What sets us apart from other firms is the personal level of our service provided by our experienced key personnel. Our diverse team of highly skilled engineers, technologists, technicians and support staff, with our owned and operated field testing equipment including drilling rigs, specialize in supplying our clients with timely, down to earth, practical engineering solutions.

PHH ARC Environmental Ltd.

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210 Cardinal Cres., Saskatoon, SK S7L 6H8 Alicia Seidle, Project Manager 306-244-8799, ext. 222 306-653-2057 aseidle@phharcenv.com Jo-Ann Costley, Manager - SK Region 306-244-8799, ext. 221 306-653-2057 jcostley@phharcenv.com www.phharcenv.com

PHH ARC is a consulting and environmental services company that provides a wide range of environmental, engineering, geosciences and health and safety solutions. Founded in 1984, we have progressed to become an industry leader in the provision of environmental and occupational health and safety services. PHH ARC has 25 years of experience performing environmental health and safety consulting services. Through the successful and timely delivery of tens of thousands of projects in Canada, and our experience serving many of Canada’s building owners, utilities, government departments and industries, PHH ARC have grown to become a leading provider in the areas of three key disciplines: • Hazardous Materials Management (asbestos, PCBs, mould, lead, mercury, ODS and radioactive sources) • Occupational Hygiene, Health and Safety (indoor air quality and worker exposure monitoring) • Environmental Services (environmental site assessments - stage I, II, III detailed site investigations and remediation and site decommissioning). Our team strives to exceed customer expectations by providing cost effective, professional, and practical solutions to meet our client needs.

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) PINTER & Associates Ltd.

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#4 - 320 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y6 Lawrence Pinter, P.Eng., President 306-244-1710 306-933-4986 lpinter@pinter.ca www.pinter.ca

PINTER & Associates Ltd. is a full service geoenvironmental, municipal and safety consultant, headquartered in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, providing engineering experience, expertise and services including, but not limited to, the following areas:

Phase I - III environmental site assessments and remediation, mitigation for the full range of environmental impacts; risk assessments; groundwater/hydrogeological assessment; modeling and monitoring; landfill/lagoon assessments, siting, design and construction services; environmental audits; indoor ambient air quality assessments; water and wastewater system assessments, design and construction and management services; waste management; development and implementation of safety programs and COR safety training and audits; geotechnical, foundation and slope stability studies.

Pioneer Groundwater Monitoring Products Ltd.

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#1582 - 5328 Calgary Trail Edmonton, AB T6H 4J8 Ernie Dorman, Marketing Manager 780-907-5375 780-438-2585 sales@bailers.ca www.bailers.ca 1-800-801-1044

Pioneer GMP has supplied products from coast to coast. We pay the shipping charges on Fed Ex Ground.

Pioneer Professional Services Group ADDRESS: CONTACT: TEL: FAX: EMAIL: ALT. CONTACT: TEL: FAX: EMAIL: WEB:

418B McDonald Street Regina, SK S4N 6E1 Paul Blenkhorn, Manager Environmental Services - SK 306-584-3044 306-584-3066 pblenkhorn@pioneer-group.ca Cara Weber, Environmental Technician 306-584-3044 306-584-3066 cweber@pioneer-group.ca www.pioneer-group.ca

Pioneer Professional Services Group is a Western Canadian based company with over 30 years of experience delivering land, environmental, vegetation management and safety services. Pioneerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s experienced and diverse group of professionals offer a full range of environmental services including planning, approvals, assessments, reclamation, and remediation. Our geophysics division uses non-intrusive sub-surface analysis to offer cost-effective environmental solutions to our clients. Although its application is project specific, environmental geophysics is an important tool used to evaluate sub-surface conditions prior to ground disturbance. In recent years, Pioneer has expanded to offer vegetation management (invasive species control) and safety services such as training, audits, program development, and emergency response planning. Our mission is to develop and provide sustainable, cost-effective solutions to your land, environment and safety challenges.

Pioneer Groundwater Monitoring Products Ltd. is an Edmonton-based company that supplies a wide range of proven groundwater monitoring products that are used world- wide.

Pioneer GMP products include: disposable bailers (Voss, Aqua, ClearView, SinkFast), bailer line, nitrile powder free gloves, lockable monitoring well plugs and caps, padlocks, manholes, Waterra products, Hanna instruments, interface and water level meters, 12 volt purge pumps and tubing, passive skimmers, petro bailers, mega stand-up bags, PVC 2â&#x20AC;? slotted and flush threaded pipe, bentonite and filter sand. 42

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) POS Bio-Sciences

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118 Veterinary Road Saskatoon, SK S7N 2R4 Paul Orde, Manager Q.A. & Environmental Affairs 306-978-2846 306-975-3766 porde@pos.ca www.pos.ca 1-800-230-2751

POS Bio-Sciences is a confidential contract research facility with 11 laboratories and five pilot plant processing areas. We work with a wide range of bio-based materials, specializing in multi-scale extraction, fractionation, purification, and modification. Our fully integrated services include: process and product development, optimization and scale-up, analytical and laboratory services, quality assurance and regulatory compliance, chromatography CPC, custom processing, and support services such as logistics and information services. Industries served include food and ingredients, fats, oils and lipids, nutraceuticals and functional foods, cosmetics, animal feeds, and biotechnology.

Potash One Inc.

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300, 211 4th Ave. S. Saskatoon, SK S7K 1N1 Erika Ritchie, VP Environment and Regulatory Affairs 306-986-5257 306-986-5252 eritchie@potash1.com Mike Ferguson, VP, Projects 306-986-5250 306-986-5252 mferguson@potash1.com www.potash1.com

Potash One Inc. is a Canadian based company, which is focused on developing its Legacy Project, a feasibility stage solution mining potash project. The Legacy Project is located approximately 80 kilometres northwest of Regina and consists of 97,240 acres of Crown mineral lands held by Subsurface Mineral Permit KP 289. The start of construction for the project is planned for early 2011 with operations beginning in 2014. Solution Mining utilizes hot water to dissolve sylvite (KCI)

and halite (NaCI) in a water or salt brine solution through directional boreholes. The solution is then pumped back to the surface where the solution potash is crystallized and purified into the finished product, ready to be transported and sold to market. Solution mining technology has the direct benefits of scalable production capacity, lower capital costs, quicker timeline to production, and with significantly less mining risk as compared to conventional mine methods.

Prairie Plant Systems Inc.

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#1 Plant Technology Rd. Box 19A, RR #5, Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J8 Brent Zettl, President & CEO 306-975-1207 306-975-0440 bhz@prairieplant.com www.prairieplant.com

Advances in understanding plant genetics, biochemistry and physiology have provided new tools for land reclamation. While numerous environmental engineering companies have concentrated on traditional agricultural solutions, Prairie Plant Systems (PPS) takes a practical approach that complements the natural ecological process. Conceptually, the Company believes that nature provides the best sustainable solutions. Developing effective amendments and combining them with species native to the disturbed site expedites the natural process.

Prairie Wild Consulting Co.

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610 Walmer Rd., Saskatoon, SK S7L 0E2 Lenore Swystun, Principal Partner 306-653-2385 306-244-5759 prairiewildconsulting@sasktel.net Kelley Moore, Partner 306-653-2385 306-244-5759 kelley.moore@sasktel.net www.prairiewildconsulting.ca

Prairie Wild Consulting Co. is a community planning and development company with a collaborative base that extends beyond its geographical home of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The company was formed in response to local needs identified in the areas of: comprehensive

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) sustainability land use planning (urbans, rurals and regional): community development: community facilitation processes: policy development, local governance, and community engagement and civic participation strategies and processes. Clients include all orders of government, small businesses and community based organizations requesting assistance in these areas. Services are available locally, nationally and internationally.

Rescan Environmental Services Ltd. ADDRESS:

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Innovation Place - Concourse Bldg. #113 - 116 Research Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 3R3 Robyn Pollock, Project Coordinator 306-651-3868 306-651-3869 rpollock@rescan.com Sixth Floor, 1111 West Hastings Street Vancouver, BC V6E 2J3 Clem Pelletier, President & CEO 604-689-9460 604-687-4277 cpelletier@rescan.com www.rescan.com

Rescan Environmental Services Ltd. is a Canadian-based international environmental consulting firm offering a wide range of science, engineering, and socio-economic services to clients around the world. Rescan assists industries, institutions, and governments in achieving sustainable environmental practices for the benefit of present and future generations. Now in its 30th year of operation, Rescan’s client list includes many of the world’s leading companies and its project assignments have spanned six continents.

Rescan provides our clients in the private and public sectors with environmental solutions. Rescan has assembled a team of dynamic and skilled professionals from many different fields. Our multi-disciplinary team which includes biologists, engineers, social scientists, archaeologists, hydrologists, and many others - is backed by a strong group of accountants, graphic designers, and desktop publishing specialists.

In 2009, Rescan was honoured to be selected as a winner of the 2008 Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies award, and re-qualified for the award in 2010. Rescan was named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers in 2009 and 2010, and also named one of Canada’s Best Employers for 44

new Canadians in 2009. Rescan was named one of Canada’s best employers of college and university graduates by the Career Directory. Rescan is honoured to have been selected by the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce as a finalist for the Achievement for Business Excellence Award (ABEX Award) in the category of Environment in 2009. Rescan is also a finalist for the 2010 ABEX Awards in the categories of Environment and Service. Rescan’s mission is to provide the highest quality of environmental services, and foster long-term relationships with clients, associates, and employees. Rescan’s strengths lie in the commitment to excellence, team work, and delivering a wide range of services to meet project goals. Rescan offers a full range of environmental engineering and science services including: • Environmental Impact Assessments • Hydrogeology and Hydrology • Environmental Chemistry • Aquatic Services • Fisheries Services • Wildlife Assessments • Environmental Engineering • Social and Economic Sciences • Community Engagement • Traditional Knowledge • Archaeology • Atmospheric Services • Environmental Management Planning • Audits and Risk Assessments • Mine Closure and Reclamation Planning • Project Management and Negotiations • Permitting and Licensing • Geotechnical Engineering • Tailings Management • GIS Services • Geochemistry • Ecotoxicology

Rescan’s headquarters are in Vancouver, British Columbia with branch offices in Saskatoon, SK, Victoria, BC, Smithers, BC, Kamloops, BC and Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. Rescan is pleased to have an office in Saskatoon to service our clients in the Saskatchewan region.

Please visit Rescan’s website at www.rescan.com for more information about the services, people and projects at Rescan.

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) Saskatchewan Mining Association

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Suite 1500 - 2002 Victoria Avenue Regina, SK S4P 0R7 Pam Schwann, Executive Director 306-757-9505 306-569-1085 pschwann.sma@sasktel.net www.saskmining.ca

2. increase investment in the forest sector; and

3. facilitate value-added production in the forest sector.

The role of the SMA is:

Major client groups include individual forest companies, forest industry associations, FP Innovations, Forest First, forest communities, and First Nations. Saskatchewan’s primary forest industry is driven by commodity production which is highly susceptible to international market volatility. The Forest Development Division is focused on assisting Saskatchewan’s forest industry to remain competitive and transition to a more market driven industry producing higher value products and locating new niche markets, specific to Saskatchewan’s forest fibre.

• Development of public information programs directed to all areas of society, to promote a better understanding of the role played by mining in the socio-economic life of the province, and indeed of Canada.

Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment Environmental Protection and Audit Division Municipal Branch

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Our mission statement is “Providing a foundation for growth through a safe, responsible mining industry”. • Liaison and consultation with appropriate departments and agencies of Government, both provincial and federal, to ensure the safe, profitable and orderly development of the mineral resources of the province.

• Encouragement, organization and co-ordination of programs of study and research into matters of mutual interest and concern, particularly health, safety, environmental impact, and industrial relations.

To these ends the SMA cooperates closely with equivalent associations in other provinces, with the Mining Association of Canada, and Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada: and with universities and research organizations. The Association may be justly regarded as the voice of the mining industry in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources - Forestry Development ADDRESS: CONTACT: TEL: FAX: EMAIL: WEB:

300 - 2103 11th Avenue Regina, SK S4P 3Z8 Bob Ruggles, Associate Deputy Minister, Forestry Development 306-787-5122 306-798-0599 bob.ruggles@gov.sk.ca www.er.gov.sk.ca/forestry

The mandate of Saskatchewan Energy and Resource’s Forest Development Division is to facilitate the growth and development of the provincial forest industry. The division works in partnership with business, communities, governments and other provincial agencies to develop and deliver policies and programs to: 1. enhance forest industry competitiveness;

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4th Floor, 3211 Albert Street Regina SK S4S 5W6 Sam Ferris, Executive Director Municipal Branch 306-787-6193 306-787-0197 sam.ferris@gov.sk.ca www.environment.gov.sk.ca 800-567-4224

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment carries the provincial responsibility to manage, enhance, and protect Saskatchewan’s natural and environmental resources for conservation, social, economic and recreation purposes, and to ensure they are sustained for future generations. The Municipal Branch’s areas of focus include regulations and standards associated with drinking water, wastewater, municipal solid waste, recycling and air quality.

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

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125 - 15 Innovation Blvd. Saskatoon SK S7N 2X8 Joe Muldoon, VP Environment and Forestry Division 306-933-5439 306-933-7299 muldoon@src.sk.ca

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Marlene Heskin, Executive Co-ordinator 306-933-5644 306-933-7299 heskin@src.sk.ca www.src.sk.ca

The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) has been providing smart science solutions in Saskatchewan for more than 60 years. We take the leading-edge knowledge that is developed in Saskatchewan and sell it to the world, and we bring the best knowledge the world has to offer and apply it to Saskatchewan situations. We provide services in the following areas; agriculture, biotechnology and food; alternative energy and manufacturing; energy; mining and minerals; and environment and forestry, which provides research and analytical services to support resource development activities and the protection of our ecosystems. We recognize that safe, sustainable development and the use of natural resources are critical for future economic growth. Our services help our clients meet regulatory requirements and assess environmental impacts and adaptations.

Saskatchewan Waste Electronic Equipment Program (SWEEP) ADDRESS: CONTACT: TEL: TOLL FREE: FAX: EMAIL: ALT. CONTACT: TEL: FAX: EMAIL: WEB:

101B - 2366 Ave C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X5 Joan Meyer, Executive Director 306-373-9337 1-888-350-6555 306-244-4084 jmeyer@sweepit.ca Kris Mihilewicz, Executive Assistant 306-373-9336 306-244-4084 krism@sweepit.ca www.sweepit.ca

SWEEP is the Saskatchewan Waste Electronic Equipment Program. It is a non-profit corporation established by manufacturers, retailers and other stakeholders to collect and recycle obsolete electronic equipment in an environmentally responsible manner.

The SWEEP program accepts a variety of electronic equipment for recycling at all SARCAN depots in the province. Recycling costs are paid by an Environmental Handling FEE 46

(EHF) collected on the sale of new electronic equipment. Retailers are required to collect the fee, and 100% of the money goes to funding recycling and other activities of the program. To learn more about SWEEP and options for unwanted electronics, please visit their website at www.sweepit.ca.

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority

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420 - 2365 Albert St. Regina, SK S4P 4K1 Dale Hjertaas, Executive Director Policy and Communications 306-787-2892 306-787-0780 dale.hjertaas@swa.ca Terry Hanley, Director Science Information and Monitoring 306-787-9982 306-787-0780 terry.hanley@swa.ca www.swa.ca

The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority leads management of the provinceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s water resources to ensure safe drinking water sources and reliable water supplies for economic, environmental and social benefits for Saskatchewan people.

SaskPower

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6SE - 2025 Victoria Avenue Regina, SK S4P 0S1 Debbie Nielsen, Manager Environmental Programs 306-566-2876 306-566-3428 dnielsen@saskpower.com Bernie Bolen, Supervisor Environment Issues Management 306-566-2933 306-566-3428 bbolen@saskpower.com www.saskpower.com

SaskPower provides a safe, reliable and sustainable source

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) of electricity to the people of Saskatchewan. In providing service to more than 467,000 customers, we place a high priority on minimizing our impact on the environment.

SaskPower was the first full-service electric utility in Canada to have its environmental management system registered to the ISO 14001 Standard of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Our company is now making an unprecedented financial investment into renewing our electricity infrastructure. Through this investment we will ensure our system complies with future federal and provincial government greenhouse gas and environmental regulations as part of our plan to meet Saskatchewanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s growing power needs.

For more information about our plans for providing a sustainable power supply, our energy efficiency programs, or to read our annual Sustainability Report - a summary of our environmental, social and economic performance - visit saskpower.com.

SaskWater

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200 - 111 Fairford Street East Moose Jaw, SK S6H 1C8 Mart Cram, Acting President 306-694-3909 306-694-7722 mart.cram@saskwater.com www.saskwater.com

SaskWater is the provinceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Crown water utility service provider, delivering potable and non-potable water supply, waste water treatment and management and certified operations and maintenance services to Saskatchewan municipalities, industry and rural water user groups. Headquartered in Moose Jaw, SaskWater employs approximately 100 people (permanent full-time, part-time and temporary) in 12 operating locations. As of 2009, SaskWater serves 55 urban and rural municipalities, 59 rural pipeline groups, 44 industrial and 213 small rural customers.

The corporation owns seven water treatment plants, three wastewater facilities, 37 pump stations and over 800 km of pipeline. SaskWater also maintains customer-owned systems and provides operator training to 39 Saskatchewan First Nations communities.

SCI Sustainable Concepts Inc.

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Box 510 - 224 Diamond Place Pilot Butte, SK S0G 3Z0 Vic Ellis, Vice-President 306-781-4561 306-781-4858 vic.sustainable@sasktel.net Scott Robinson Sales & Service Technician 306-781-4561 306-781-4858 scott.sustainable@sasktel.net www.sustainableconcepts.ca

Sustainable Concepts Inc. has over thirty years of research and project experience in the field of Sustainable Energy systems. Contacts made with European institutions and professionals in the late 1970s have been a valuable source of new technology. Extensive experimental research has been done over the years in solar energy, thermal envelopes, energy distribution systems (radiant floor heating - floor heated swimming pools), solar grain dryers and wood kilns, super efficient condensing boilers, heat pumps, seasonal thermal storage systems (ground source), ground loop ventilation systems, solar assisted heat pumps and many combinations of the above.

Sequoia Environmental Remediation Inc.

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1602B McDonald Street Regina, SK S4N 2C6 Mitchell Cameron, Senior Professional 306-584-5566 306-584-5599 mitch@sequoiaenvironmental.com 3611 - 48 Avenue SE Calgary, AB T2B 3N8 Kevin Keenan, Vice President 403-272-5523, ext. 221 403-212-0315 kevin@sequoiaenvironmental.com www.sequoiaenvironmental.com

Sequoia Environmental Remediation Inc. is a specialized environmental supply and service company focused on the effective use of in-situ technologies to remove/remediate chemical contaminants present in soil and groundwater. The company was formed in 1998 with the specific intention of providing top quality technical expertise,

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) SIAST - Woodland Campus

equipment and hands on service to customers requiring evaluation and/or implementation of in-situ remedial approaches to clean up contaminated sites throughout Canada and the United States.

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SIAST - Palliser Campus

SIAST Woodland Campus in Prince Albert offers four programs in the area of Natural Resource Technologies. Each program offers graduates excellent employment opportunities in resource management or alternatively, dovetailed admission into degree programs at each of Saskatchewan’s universities.

Sequoia Environmental Remediation Inc. designs, builds and installs complete environmental remediation systems and in-situ processes, rents environmental remediation equipment, and carries a large selection of health and safety equipment and monitoring supplies for sale or rental that are tailored to the environmental industry. Sequoia is located in Calgary, Regina and Vancouver.

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P.O. Box 1420, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 4R4 Teresa Bomersbach, Instructor 306-691-8427 306-694-3265 bomersbach@siast.sk.ca Angela Bollman Chemical Lab Technologist 306-691-8426 306-694-3265 bollmana@siast.sk.ca www.siast.sk.ca

Palliser Campus is home to SIAST’s Environmental Engineering Technology program. Students from this program, along with the students enrolled in the Water Resources and Civil Engineering Technology programs, receive a common first year of training in order to prepare them for an eight month cooperative work term beginning in the month of May. Students graduate in December of the following year. If your organization is interested in hiring an environmental engineering technology student for an eight month work term, contact the Cooperative Education Office at 1-866-goSIAST.

SIAST also offers the Water and Wastewater Technician program via distance education. Saskatchewan Environment requires certification for individuals responsible for the operation and maintenance of public water and waste water utilities. The program is designed to prepare the student to write certification examinations. Although the program is designed for those already working in the industry, individuals interested in entering this field are also welcome.

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1100 - 15th Street E., P.O. Box 3003 Prince Albert, SK S6V 6G1 Scott Lipsit, Instructor 306-765-1635 306-953-7140 lipsit@siast.sk.ca Hamilton Greenwood, Program Head 306-765-1616 306-953-7140 greenwood@siast.sk.ca www.goSIAST.com

Forest Ecosystem Technology A two-year diploma program. It provides the knowledge, skills and extensive field training needed to ensure success in meeting the challenges of ecosystem based forest management and protection in Saskatchewan. Comprehensive and hands-on forestry skills development will be emphasized. Graduates may transfer to the University of Alberta to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Forestry. Resource and Environmental Law A two-year diploma program. It streams graduates into the field of environmental law enforcement. Classroom theory, lab exercises and field investigations will help you develop sound environmental protection, enforcement and investigation skills. Graduates may apply their diploma toward a Bachelor of Arts in Resource and Environmental Studies (BARES Program) at the University of Regina (U of R) and the First Nations University of Canada (FNUC). Program graduates can receive 60 credit units from the University of Saskatchewan towards a B.Sc. in Renewable Resources or Agriculture.

Integrated Resource Management A two-year diploma program. It provides knowledge in enforcing regulations, collecting and analyzing data, monitoring resource use and public relations. The program provides you with the opportunity to earn a SIAST diploma as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Biology from the University of Regina. Geographic Information Science for Resource Management: a one-year certificate program. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) use modern technology to automate, integrate, analyze and communicate spatially-based information. GIS

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) is becoming the fastest way to link spatial data (maps) with attribute data (database tables) to use for managing wildlife, fisheries, forestry, and forest fire control.

SLR Consulting (Canada) Ltd.

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1054 Winnipeg St., Regina, SK S4R 8P8 Mitch Kenaschuk, B.Sc., P.Eng. Manager, SK and MB Operations 306-525-4690 306-525-4691 mkenaschuk@slrconsulting.com www.slrconsulting.com

SLR Consulting is a Canadian environmental consulting company with 16 offices located across Canada. SLR helps clients reduce their environmental risks and liabilities, smooth their permitting and development challenges, and provide superior payback on their investment in environmental management. SLR achieves this by providing adaptive solutions, responsive service, and trusted experience in a broad range of environmental engineering expertise and services. Specific competencies include site monitoring, site assessment, remediation, risk assessment, project management, regulatory liaison, waste management, audits, air quality assessment, hazardous materials management, expert testimony, and database management. SLR has more than 180 employees, ranging from less than five years to more than 30 years of varied experience in the environmental industry in Canada.

SNC-Lavalin Environment

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200, 333 - 25th St. East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0L4 Glen Weisbrod, P.Eng. Business Manager - Saskatchewan 306-244-8608 / 306-244-8663 306-244-8682 glen.weisbrod@snclavalin.com www.snclavalin.com

SNC-Lavalin Environment (SLE), a division of SNC Lavalin Inc., is an environmental engineering and consulting firm with offices across Canada.

SLE has more than 30 years of experience providing clients in Canada and internationally with environmental management and consulting services. We have more than 400 engineering, scientific and technical staff located in offices throughout Canada, and locally in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

SLE is a leader in the environmental consulting industry and provides its clients with a comprehensive range of environmental services. Our clients cover a broad range of business from the power utilities, forestry, mining, petroleum, petrochemical, organic chemical, road, rail and air transportation, metal processing industries, land developers, financiers and government. Our experience and service capabilities allow us to provide a wide range of services from new project environmental planning, facility compliance monitoring, environmental effects monitoring, environmental audits, contaminated site assessment, remediation, risk assessment, risk management, air quality modelling, and strategic regulatory planning. Our success is based upon our commitment to our clients and our ability to identify and understand their needs, and to provide solutions that reduce their environmental risks and liabilities.

Sonntag, Maynard

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3450 Olive Grove, Regina, SK S4V 2P3 Maynard Sonntag 306-352-5649 306-539-3251 msonntag@sasktel.net

Maynard Sonntag was born and raised in Northern Saskatchewan on a family farm near Meadow Lake. He spent 12 years in management in the credit union system.

In 1991 he was elected to the Saskatchewan Legislature and in 1997 he was appointed to cabinet. Over the next 10 to 12 years he held numerous portfolios. Most of his time was spent in either the economic development or the First Nation and MĂŠtis Relations portfolios.

It is from this background that Maynard has developed his consulting business. He currently serves as a director with SEIMA as one of the main First Nation and MĂŠtis contacts. He also sits on several First Nation boards and works closely with the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN). In addition, he has done considerable consulting work with the private sector, including oil and gas. He is very well connected with most First Nation and MĂŠtis communities in Saskatchewan and has an excellent relationship with most of the leadership in our province.

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) Finally, Maynard has a very good understanding of the processes of government and would be an asset to anyone wanting to access government.

and engineering company that provides a complete turnkey service, including passive solar building design and construction, a full range of renewable energy options and solar community planning. Our services:

Stantec Consulting Ltd.

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#300 - 1919 Rose Street Regina, SK S4P 3P1 Michael Lakustiak Principal, Environmental Engineer 306-781-6400 306-781-6500 michael.lakustiak@stantec.com #100 - 75 24th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0K3 Jeremy Lang, Managing Principal 306-667-2400 306-667-2500 jeremy.lang@stantec.com www.stantec.com

Stantec provides Saskatchewan clients with a multidisciplined roster of services and technologies in the market segments of environment, buildings, industrial, transportation, and urban lane. In Saskatchewan, approximately 180 staff members are based in our Saskatoon and Regina offices. Our environmental services include contaminated site assessment and remediation, impact assessment, environmental planning, water and waste water engineering, heritage resource assessment, terrestrial and aquatic ecology, public consultation, carbon capture and sequestration, and air dispersion modelling.

• Solar and wind power system design and consulting for commercial and residential applications - Net metering and a 35% rebate make grid-tied solar power a practical and environmentally responsible choice for Saskatchewan businesses and residents. We also design off-grid systems that provide reliable power in remote locations.

• Supply and installation of solar power and solar hot water systems - Solar energy can supply much of the power and heating requirements for a building, offsetting fluctuating utility costs and reducing the carbon footprint. Incentitives and rebates are available. • Passive solar and energy efficient building design Intelligent decisions in the building design can reduce heating and cooling costs by up to 70% and the natural daylight provides a healthy indoor environment with lower electrical costs.

• Solar community planning - Our current project is a small seven-lot grid-tied solar development that includes a 2 kW grid-tied solar power system in the lot price.

We Live What We Sell. Suncatcher Solar is a family business whose founder, Angie Ortlepp, literally lives what she sells. Her home, an off-grid wind and solar powered living lab, was designed by Angie and built by her family in 2004. In 2007, she used her home to satisfy the requirements of her Masters degree in electrical engineering.

TECO Natural Resource Group Ltd.

Suncatcher Solar

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Suite 715, Box 58, RR7 Saskatoon, SK S7K 1N2 Angelika Ortlepp, CEO 306-341-1151 angie@suncatchersolar.com Rohan Campbell, Project Manager 306-493-2355 rohan@suncatchersolar.com www.suncatchersolar.com

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#601, 1207 Douglas St. Victoria, BC V8W 2E7 Steve Lipscomb VP, Business Development 250-480-3306 250-480-1412 steve.lipscomb@tecogroup.ca www.tecogroup.ca

TECO Natural Resource Group is a well-established, multidisciplinary, resource consulting firm that has been operating in Canada and overseas for 30 years. TECO employs over 200 professional and technical staff at 12

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) Canadian offices in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario and two branch offices in Chile. Our staff consists of GIS computer specialists, professional foresters, ecologists, environmental scientists, technicians, photogrammetrists, geographers, and land agents. The diversity of backgrounds and areas of knowledge among the staff allows TECO to effectively carry out a wide variety of projects, offering full support to our clients.

TECO consists of a multi-disciplinary team of professionals with experience in visual assessment, ecology, forestry, GIS/geomatics, environmental management, reclamation/ remediation and wildlife biology. Within TECO we offer a wide spectrum of environmental services to a variety of clients in the energy, forestry, and mining sectors.

TECO’s wide spectrum of consulting services includes: • Environmental assessment services:

• Reclamation and remediation: • Land acquisition services:

• Comprehensive resource inventories: • GIS analysis and mapping services:

• Stand-level growth and yield analysis:

1983 that provides environmental consulting services for the energy sector. The company’s headquarters are in Calgary, Alberta, with field offices strategically placed in Medicine Hat, and Hanna, Alberta: as well as staff located in Edmonton, Alberta: Jasper, Alberta: Fernie, British Columbia and St. John’s, Newfoundland. TERA provides a full range of assessment services including environmental impact assessments, cumulative effects assessments and environmental site assessments for any scale of project. TERA has worked on numerous assessments under various jurisdictions with particular expertise in the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act and how this relates to the National Energy Board Act.

TERA has worked on thousands of projects related to route selection for pipelines, powerlines, well sites and access roads, as well as providing environmental mitigation and reclamation strategies.

TERA provides full life cycle (cradle to grave) environmental planning from conceptual project planning through regulatory applications, construction, reclamation, postconstruction monitoring, auditing to decommissioning.

• Forest-level resource data analysis:

• Research experimental design and statistical application:

• Operational and strategic management planning:

• Computer systems analysis, installation and support:

• Custom software design and development: and

• Government liaison, client representation, and major tenure negotiations.

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159 Southwest Drive SW Medicine Hat, AB T1A 8E8 Orrin Dell, Environmental Planner 403-527-4010, ext. 200 403-527-7655 odell@teraenv.com 113 - 1st Ave. West, Hanna, AB T0J 1P0 Tammy MacMillan, Wildlife Biologist 403-854-2212/403-265-2885 403-854-2246 tmacmillan@teraenv.com www.teraenv.com

TERA Environmental Consultants is a mid-sized, environmental consulting firm incorporated in Alberta in

Tetra Tech

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1400 - 410 22nd Street E. Saskatoon, SK S7K 5T6 Jason Gunson, Environmental Scientist 306-244-4888 306-664-7074 jason.gunson@tetratech.com 212 - 2505 11th Avenue Regina, SK S4P 0K6 Kelly Ljunggren, A.Sc.T. Environmental Technical Specialist 306-352-1686, ext. 226 306-352-1687 Kelly.Ljunggren@tetratech.com www.tetratech.com 1-877-987-3211

Tetra Tech is a multi-disciplined engineering and consulting firm that provides innovative solutions for the natural resource management, energy, and infrastructure markets in Saskatchewan and globally. Tetra Tech is a leading provider of engineering consulting, environmental services, Project management, and construction services. We have more than 10,000 employees worldwide and capabilities that span the entire project lifecycle. Locally in Saskatchewan our firm employs over 150 staff

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) which offer services in environmental earth sciences (phase I, II and III environmental site assessments; contaminated site remediation; risk assessment; hydrogeological assessments (renewable energy, etc.); environmental management (compliance audits, environmental management plans and systems, solid and hazardous waste management, etc.); industrial hygiene (indoor and outdoor air quality assessments, etc.); as well as environmental assessment, environmental licensing, and geographic information system (GIS).

With a wealth of in-house expertise, Tetra Tech is able to provide a total solution package to our clients. We specialize in being able to bring the right team to the table, whether it comprises discipline-specific talent (environmental, electrical, mechanical, structural, civil or other engineers and scientists) or industry-specific talent (mining, nuclear, petroleum, and aerospace amongst others). Please contact Jason Gunson should you require further information regarding our capabilities and services.

Thurber Engineering Ltd.

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402 Broad St., Regina, SK S4R 1X3 Kristen Darr, Branch Manager 306-924-2211 306-924-2217 kdarr@thurber.ca Neal Fernuik, Principal Environmental Scientist 306-924-2211 306-924-2217 nfernuik@thurber.ca www.thurber.ca

Thurber Engineering Ltd. provides environmental consulting services, including Phase I, II and III site assessments, soil and groundwater investigations, remediation planning, reclamation and project management, land capability assessments, hydrogeology and groundwater supply, and environmental impact assessments. Thurber also provides geotechnical, geological, and materials engineering and testing services.

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Titan Clean Energy Projects Corporation

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2007 - 311 6th Ave. N. Saskatoon, SK S7K 7A9 James Bakos, President & CEO 306-343-7201 306-343-7067 jbakos@titan-projects.com Michele Kiss, Manager Marketing 306-343-7201 306-343-7067 mkiss@titan-projects.com

Titan Clean Energy Projects Corporation is a project developer in biomass renewable energy and bio-products through the planning and construction of projects in the clean technology marketplace. Titan manufactures bio-char, bio-oil, heating briquettes and electricity from waste organic matter, and can safely process various contaminated materials, thereby reducing landfill waste in Saskatchewan. In cooperation with one of Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading universities, Titan is also conducting research in cellulosic ethanol and its potential as a future energy source.

Titan Clean Energy Projects delivers clean biomass energy, fuels and products to the North American marketplace using only renewable agricultural, forestry and municipal byproducts.

Trace Associates Inc.

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Lincoln Park Centre, Suite 300, 37 Richard Way SW Calgary, AB T3E 7M8 Rhonda Smith, Chief Operating Officer 403-217-3747 403-217-4915 smith@traceassociates.ca St. Albert Professional Bdg., Suite 114, 7 St. Anne Street, St. Albert, AB T8N 2X4 Darrell Haight, President 780-458-7787 780-458-4818 dhaight@traceassociates.ca info@traceassociates.ca www.traceassociates.ca

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) Trace Associates Inc. (Trace) is a leading firm in providing environmental consulting services to energy, real estate, and development clients throughout Western Canada. We possess an energetic team of professionals and we take pride in our enthusiasm, focus on safety, and client responsiveness. Trace values its employees and provides a rewarding and collaborative working environment, where team members possess the opportunity to work on projects with renowned clients, and grow and develop their careers and skill sets within the firm. Our goal is to ensure the majority of our team is included in the ownership of our firm.

Environmental

• Detailed Site Assessments (DSA)

• Phase I, II, III Site Assessments and Reporting

• Soil and Groundwater Remediation

• Well Site/Land Reclamation and Reclamation Certificate Applications • Environmental Field Reports

• Environmental Monitoring and Compliance Resolution Other

• Erosion Control and Slope Stability • Spill Response and Repair • Project Management

Trek Construction & Environmental Services Ltd.

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63A Skyline Cres. NE Calgary, AB T2K 5X7 Gordon Robertson, President 403-274-1000 403-274-1300 trek@gettrekin.com www.gettrekin.com 1-866-877-8735

Trek is an independent company, providing environmental consulting, construction supervision, and oilfield services to exploration and development companies, with operations in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and BC.

Since our inception in 1989, the focus of the company has been on providing environmental consulting and construction supervision services to the oil and gas industry throughout Western Canada. Services include the initial construction of well sites, access roads, and pipelines, decommissioning, and many environmental aspects; focusing on site reclamation and/or remediation of soil and water contaminated areas. Trek also provides senior expertise in providing due diligence audits for corporate acquisitions, and divestments. Summary of the Services provided include: Construction

• Pre-construction Site Assessments

• Site, Facility and Pipeline Decommissioning

• Well Site and Access Road Construction Supervision and Clean-up • Pipeline ROW Clearing and Clean-up • Well Site and Pipeline Placement • Pipeline Repair

• Landowner Dispute Resolution

• Property Assessments on Acquisitions and Divestments • Suspended/inactive well inspections and reporting

Trek maintains WCB coverage in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, and has received the Small Employer Certificate of Recognition for both provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan. Assisting you... In meeting your corporate commitments toward environmental and regulatory compliance.

The Trek Team brings experience, and value, to your organization when you need it!

Tri-Arrow Industrial Recovery Inc.

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Suite 234, 4246 Albert Street Regina, SK S4S 3R9 Herb Locke, General Manager 306-546-8355 306-546-0791 hlocke@tri-arrow.com Greg Wright, Project Manager 306-683-9470 306-683-9519 gwright@tri-arrow.com www.tri-arrow.com 1-877-579-9988

Tri-Arrow Industrial Recovery Inc. (TIRI) is a leading Western Canadian based environmental and industrial waste management services company. We provide our customers with waste management services, focusing on the use of separation and recovery technologies and infrastructure optimization. Tri-Arrow’s goal is to recycle all wastes where

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) technology exists and/or is economically feasible to assist in reducing environmental impact and liability. We offer the following services: • Hazardous Waste Recycling/Disposal • Facility and Lagoon Decommissioning • Solvent Recycling, Wastewater Recycling, Paint Recycling, Oil Recycling • Site Remediation Services • Underground Storage Tank Services • Site Assessments • PCB Assessments • MSDS Management On-Line We maintain a high performance standard and seek to continuously improve and maintain a high protection standard to human health and to the environment.

Tundra Environmental Drilling

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RR #1, Donalda AB T0B 1H0 Ray Weibel, President 403-883-2671 ray@tundraenvirodrilling.ca Miriam Weibel, Administrator 403-883-2671 miriam.weibel@tundraenvirodrilling.ca www.tundraenvirodrilling.ca

Tundra Environmental Drilling is a company that exceeds expectations. From our unique mobile screening lab (designed for our consultants’ convenience) to our versatile truck and track mounted drill units, Tundra continues to provide innovative measures to ensure our clients’ success in this competitive market. Tundra is committed to ensure that practical and effective measures are in place to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients, the environment and the public in all areas of our operations. Tundra maintains SECOR and its’ memberships with ISNetWorld and Comply Works (formerly Canadian HSE Registry). Dedicated to maintaining long-term working partnerships with our clientele, Tundra is committed to exceeding your expectations in all areas of service.

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University of Regina Career Centre

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3737 Wascana Parkway, Riddell Centre 163 Regina, SK S4S 0A2 Stephanie Smith, Co-op Coordinator 306-585-5592 306-585-4659 stephanie.smith@uregina.ca Marlene Cooper, Co-op Coordinator 306-585-5160 306-585-4659 marlene.cooper@uregina.ca www.uregina.ca/careercentre

Co-operative Education and Internships are a plan of higher education that incorporates productive work experience into the student’s learning process.

Student Employment Services is where education and employment meet. The recruitment process should be a rewarding experience for university students and the employers who hire them.

Our goal is to help University of Regina students find parttime, summer and graduate employment by addressing the needs of both employers and students through the provision of comprehensive recruitment and job search services.

Viterra Inc.

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2625 Victoria Ave., Regina, SK S4T 7T9 Tracy Roy, Manager Environment, Health and Safety 306-569-6186 306-569-4510 tracy.roy@viterra.ca Canwest Global Place, 201 Portage Ave. P.O. Box 6600, Winnipeg, MB R3C 3A7 Don MacDonald, Director Marketing and Business Development 204-944-5515 204-944-5415 don.macdonald@viterra.ca www.viterra.ca

Viterra Inc. provides premium quality ingredients to leading global food manufacturers. Headquartered in Canada, the global agribusiness has extensive operations across Western Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, with Adelaide, Australia as the base for Viterra’s Southeast Asian operations. Our growing international presence also

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) extends to operations in the United States, offices in Japan, Singapore, China, Switzerland and India. Driven by an entrepreneurial spirit we operate in five interrelated business areas: grain handling and marketing, agriproducts, food processing, feed products and financial services. Our expertise, close relationships with producers, and superior logistical assets allow the company to consistently meet the needs of the most discerning enduse customers, helping to fulfill the nutritional needs of people around the world.

A unique service to Viterra is our carbon credit program that is available to farm operations. Please visit www.viterra.ca for more details on this and other initiatives.

Water Resource Consultants Ltd.

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3216 Winchester Rd., Regina, SK S4V 2S8 R.S. (Ray) Pentland, President 306-751-0655 rpentland@accesscomm.ca

Water Resource Consultants Ltd. specializes in water resource engineering, hydrology, hydraulics, water aspects of environmental projects, fish designs, irrigation and flood control.

Western Heritage

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322 Duchess St. Saskatoon SK S7K 0R1 Jim Finnigan, President 306-975-3867, ext. 301 306-934-2572 finnigan@westernheritage.ca www.westernheritage.ca 877-669-0784

Digital Environmental is now known as Western Heritage. Founded in 1990, Western Heritage is a private, Canadian owned corporation with its head office in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Western Heritage provides geomatic services (imagery, vegetation and terrain analysis), archaeological prospection (ground penetrating radar, gradiometry, magnetic susceptibility) and archaeological services (heritage management) from offices located across Western Canada.

archaeological services and completing all archaeological services required for our clients to obtain regulatory approval at the provincial level, or as part of the environmental assessment process.

• Prospection: Using ground penetrating radar and a gradiometer to non-intrusively map buried archaeological features and graves. There are many areas with poorly documented cemeteries and are an increasing area of concern. • Geomatics: Developing rigorous models for extracting information from satellite imagery. These models have been used for crop yield and damage estimates, landcover including crop type, and impervious areas.

Western Heritage also is an authorized reseller for GeoEye (0.5 m satellite imagery), EoSAT (Cartosat and AWiFS), LizardTech (MrSid compression for imagery and LIDAR) and MicroImages.

WestSource

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106 - 2 Research Drive Regina, SK S4S 7H9 Sara Weichel, Finance and SCM Manager 306-790-7544 306-790-7541 sara.weichel@westsource.ca info@westsource.ca www.westsource.ca 1-866-510-0516

WestSource is a Saskatchewan based green energy and energy efficiency company. WestSource is made up of: WestSource Energy Inc.: municipal and utility scale alternative energy project development and generation:

WestSource Solutions Inc.: residential, commercial, and agricultural alternative energy and energy efficiency solutions: and Chameleon Developments Inc.: sustainable property development and management.

Our WestSource mission is: to promote an environmentally sustainable culture, to create value by meeting energy demands of today, to protect future generations - with integrity, passion, pride.

More specifically, our service areas are:

• Archaeological Management: Evaluating the need for Saskatchewan Environmental Industry and Managers Association

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M E MB E R S H I P ( F U L L ) WorleyParsons

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202, 135 - 21st Street E. Saskatoon, SK S7K 0B4 Dallas Borowski, B.Sc., P.Ag. Environmental Scientist 306-664-3900, ext. 2 306-664-3902 dallas.borowski@worleyparsons.com Caitlin Kushnir, E.I.T, Geo-Environmental Engineer in Training caitlin.kushnir@worleyparsons.com www.worleyparsons.com

WorleyParsons is a leading provider of professional services to the energy, resource and complex process industries. We provide services to the following sectors: Hydrocarbons, Minerals and Metals, Infrastructure, and Power. WorleyParsons is a dynamic company whose success has resulted from outstanding project delivery for clients around the world. In doing so we work through all five phases of an assetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lifecycle, customising our services for each sector.

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M EM B E R S H I P ( A S S OC I AT E ) Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT)

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123 - 2nd Ave. South, 7th Floor Saskatoon, SK S7K 7E6 Kayla Burechailo, Trade Commissioner 306-975-5318 306-975-5334 kayla.burechailo@international.gc.ca 306-975-5315 ssktn@international.gc.ca www.tradecommissioner.gc.ca/sask

The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS), as a part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT), helps Canadian companies achieve international trade. The TCS consists of a network of more than 900 trade professionals who work in 17 Canadian and 150 international cities, worldwide. The TCS further provides an online virtual trade service to Canadian companies.

meet the professional needs of this rapidly growing industry, including the ECO Job Board - Canada’s largest environmental job board, certification for environmental practitioners, a wage-subsidy internship program, professional development opportunities, and labour market information.

Enterprise Saskatchewan

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300, 2103 - 11th Ave., Regina SK S4P 3Z8 Bob Baird, Sector Manager Environmental Industries 306-787-0449 306-787-3989 bob.baird@enterprisesask.ca www.enterprisesaskatchewan.ca

In Saskatchewan, DFAIT Regional Offices are located in Regina and Saskatoon.

Enterprise Saskatchewan coordinates, develops, promotes and implements policies and programs of the Government of Saskatchewan that strengthen and diversify the Saskatchewan economy. Enterprise Saskatchewan is the lead provincial government agency to spur economic growth and development of the province’s resource sector, but is not the only department involved in economic development. The department has a twofold role: to offer direct programs and services to individuals and businesses, and to play a role in coordinating economic development activities among other departments and agencies.

ECO Canada

HJ Linnen Associates Ltd.

The Trade Commissioner Service helps Canadian companies and organizations increase revenues and lower costs of global business through four key services:

• preparation for international markets, • market potential assessment,

• qualified contacts, and • problem solving.

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Suite 200, 308 - 11th Avenue SE Calgary, AB T2G 0Y2 Jessica Reynen, Communications Coordinator 403-476-1931 403-269-9544 media@eco.ca www.eco.ca

ECO Canada (Environmental Careers Organization) develops programs that help individuals build meaningful environmental careers, provides employers with resources to find and keep the best environmental practitioners, and informs educators and governments of employment trends to ensure the ongoing prosperity of this growing sector. The organization offers a suite of resources designed to

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200 - 2161 Scarth Street Regina, SK S4P 2H8 Harvey Linnen, President 306-586-9611 306-586-6211 harvey@hjlinnen.com www.hjlinnen.com

“Knowledge management for organizational performance.” HJ Linnen Associates professionals in Regina, Saskatoon and Yorkton – together with partnering colleagues in Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto and Winnipeg – integrate a broad range of expertise in the three major components of knowledge management: Business Intelligence - acquiring and benefiting from the

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M EM B E R S H I P ( A S S OC I AT E ) knowledge organizations need (research, studies and reviews)

Communications - delivering information to stakeholders and the external environment (marketing and advertising, information, consultation and consensus, relationships)

Organizational Development - applying knowledge internally for growth, development and efficiency (human resources, development and training, strategic planning, governance, organizational development and change, project and operational reviews) HJ Linnen Associates’ unique strengths include:

• using a knowledge management business model to link concepts and skills across varied business processes • coordinating service through a team-based and multidisciplined staff of seasoned veterans.

MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP

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1500 - 1874 Scarth Street Regina, SK S4P 4E9 Leonard D. Andrychuk, Q.C., Partner 306-347-8440 306-352-5250 andrychuk@mlt.com 1500 Saskatoon Square, 410 - 22nd St. E. Saskatoon, SK S7K 5T6 Rangi Jeerakathil, Partner 306-975-7107 306-975-7145 rjeerakathil@mlt.com www.mlt.com

MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP was founded more than 80 years ago and has grown to become a major full-service Western Canadian law firm with offices in Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, and Edmonton. The firm has grown with Saskatchewan and the dynamics of Western Canada is reflected in the firm’s five major practice areas: business law: employment and administrative law: litigation: and mining, natural resources and environmental law. The firm’s environmental law group provides representation in environmental litigation, including prosecutions, advice and assistance with regard to assessments, environmental compliance and liability, development of EMS and due diligence systems and negotiation of the allocation of environmental liability risks in business transactions.

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Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture

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Room 202, 3085 Albert Street Regina, SK S4S 0B1 Andy Jansen Manager, Agricultural Operations 306-787-5465 306-787-1315 andy.jansen@gov.sk.ca Bryan Gourlie Provincial Environmental Engineer 306-787-7170 306-787-1315 bryan.gourlie@gov.sk.ca www.agriculture.gov.sk.ca

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture fosters a commercially viable, self-sufficient and sustainable agriculture and food sector, and healthy, diverse rural communities. Working with individuals, businesses, communities and governments, Saskatchewan Agriculture assists farmers and ranchers, encourages higher value production and processing and promotes sustainable economic and social development in rural Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Agriculture administers environmental legislation governing intensive livestock and pesticide applicators. The department is also working to develop and implement environmental farm planning and supports green cover, riparian area development and protection.

Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment Environmental Assessment Branch

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Room 486, 3211 Albert St. Regina, SK S4S 5W6 Ron Zukowsky, Senior Program Development Specialist 306-787-6285 306-787-0930 ron.zukowsky@gov.sk.ca

The Environmental Assessment Branch is a part of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment. The Branch is responsible for the administration of The Environmental Assessment Act of Saskatchewan. The Act ensures that development projects that proceed in the province do so with adequate environmental safeguards and in a manner that is understood by and broadly acceptable to the public and the Minister of the Environment.

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M EM B E R S H I P ( A S S OC I AT E ) The Branch:

• Administers a government-wide, comprehensive and integrated decision-making process for projects with potentially significant environmental impacts

• Identifies projects that require review, determines the level of that review based on the potential for significant environmental impacts and/or public concern and ensures that all relevant information is considered in project reviews

• Coordinates federal-provincial cooperation on environmental assessments in the province

• Advises the Minister on overall administration of The Environmental Assessment Act and opportunities to improve methods of environmental assessment.

Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment Industrial Branch

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112 Research Drive, Unit 102 Saskatoon, SK S7N 3R3 Wes Kotyk, Executive Director 306-933-6542 306-933-8442 wes.kotyk@gov.sk.ca Teresa Katzberg Executive Administrative Assistant 306-787-6542 306-787-0197 teresa.katzberg@gov.sk.ca www.environment.gov.sk.ca 306-787-6189 / 1-800-567-4224

The Industrial Branch’s focus within the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment centers around the regulatory and compliance functions of mining and industrial activities to ensure that the environment and human health are protected from potential adverse effects of these activities. The Industrial Branch is responsible for the management of the Mining and Industrial Environmental Protection Program, Spills/Hazmat Response Program, Impacted (Contaminated) Sites Program, Hazardous Substances and Waste Dangerous Goods (HSWDG) Program and the operational component of the Air Quality Program.

Saskatchewan Ministry of Government Services ADDRESS: CONTACT: TEL: FAX: EMAIL: WEB:

1920 Rose St., Regina, SK S4P 0A9 Curtis Dorosh Environmental Engineer-in-Training 306-787-3319 306-787-1980 curtis.dorosh@gov.sk.ca www.gs.gov.sk.ca

Accommodation Services: Manages and maintains buildings, including space planning, leasing and purchasing, constructions project management, and maintenance and operations.

Commercial Services: Includes transportation, relocation services, records management, mail services, distribution centres, telecommunications, and information services.

Corporate Support Services: Includes purchasing, protective services, human resources, planning and policy, financial services, internal audit, and risk management.

Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure

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400 - 350 Third Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 2H6 Neil Richardson, P.Eng Senior Environmental Engineer 306-933-5213 306-933-7090 neil.richardson@gov.sk.ca Jeff Anthony, Environment Specialist 306-933-8222 306-933-7090 jeff.anthony@gov.sk.ca www.highways.gov.sk.ca

Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure works to optimize transportation’s contribution to the social and economic benefit of the Province by building, preserving, and regulating the safe use of the transportation system.

Engineering Standards Branch develops and implements policies, standards and procedures, plus provides the Ministry with leadership and guidance through technical expertise.

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M EM B E R S H I P ( A S S OC I AT E ) SaskEnergy/TransGas

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700 - 1777 Victoria Avenue Regina, SK S4P 4K5 Russell Roy, Manager 306-777-9644 306-359-1835 rroy@saskenergy.com www.saskenergy.com

TransGas, a wholly owned subsidiary of SaskEnergy, owns and operates natural gas transmission, gathering, compression, and storage facilities within Saskatchewan. TransGas and its affiliate, Many Islands Pipe Line (Canada) Limited (MIPL), own and operate over 14,200 kilometres of gathering and transmission pipelines in Saskatchewan. TransGas’ 11 storage facilities can store up to 44 billion cubic feet (Bcf) or 1,240 million cubic metres (106m3) of gas. TransGas transports natural gas for more than 120 customers. SaskEnergy operates more than 66,000 km of gas distribution pipelines and has more than 330,000 customers.

SaskTel

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13th Floor, 2121 Saskatchewan Dr. Regina, SK S4P 3Y2 Greg Hern, P.Eng., Environment Manager 306-777-4255 306-777-2038 greg.hern@sasktel.sk.ca Henry Mutafya, Environment Specialist 306-777-2073 306-777-2038 henry.mutafya@sasktel.sk.ca www.sasktel.com 1-800-SASKTEL

SaskTel is the leading full-service communications provider in Saskatchewan, offering competitive voice, data, dial-up and high-speed internet, entertainment and multimedia services, security, web hosting, text and messaging services, and cellular and wireless data services over its fully digital networks.

SaskTel also provides security monitoring services through SecurTek, directory services through DirectWest, in-room communications services to the healthcare sector through Hospitality Network, telecommunications consulting services through SaskTel International, and an out-of-province sales and service channel in Alberta and British Columbia. SaskTel and its wholly-owned subsidiaries have a workforce of 5,100 full-time, part-time and temporary employees. 60

SaskTel is a provincial Crown Corporation and has delivered leading-edge telecommunications to the people of Saskatchewan for 100 years.

SpringBoard West Innovations Inc.

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120 - 2 Research Drive Regina, SK S4S 7H9 Lynda Dudley, Director of Operations 306-789-0535 306-789-0548 ldudley@springboardwest.ca Linda Benson, Administrative Assistant 306-789-0535 306-789-0548 lbenson@springboardwest.ca www.springboardwest.ca 1-866-216-6818

SpringBoard West Innovations Inc. (SBWI) is a non-profit organization established to help innovators transform an idea into a commercial reality and to help organizations access important new innovations. SBWI was created by the University of Regina, RREDA and the federal and provincial governments in 2007 and with federal and provincial funding, expanded the office to Saskatoon in May 2009. Moving a new product or service into the market successfully can be very challenging. At SpringBoard West Innovations we have a highly skilled team who act as advisors, mentors and coaches for our clients. We provide our clients with management guidance and access to technical assistance.

Most innovators are experts in their field but have limited business expertise. We help our innovator clients survive and grow through their start-up period by preparing them for their initial challenges. We get our clients ready to take full advantage of the expertise and services of potential funding sources, market researchers, patent experts, business analysts and more.

SBWI uses a proven client process model to accelerate the transformation of ideas into products. This model plays an important role in the product’s successful entry into the market.

Currently, SpringBoard West Innovations is focusing on projects in the energy, environment, informatics, life and bio medical sciences and manufacturing sectors. However we will review any proposed technology innovations.

The highly skilled people that make up the SBWI team will assist you in meeting your business needs. In addition, SBWI’s Board of Directors is made up of representatives who gladly lend their skills and experiences to our clients.

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M EM B E R S H I P ( A S S OC I AT E ) Whether you are an innovator looking to launch a product or a business looking for a tool to solve a design or operational problem, we can help.

University of Regina - Office of Energy and Environment

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3737 Wascana Parkway Regina, SK S4S 0A2 Malcolm Wilson, Director 306-337-2287 306-337-2476 malcolm.wilson@uregina.ca www.uregina.ca/oee

The Office of Energy and Environment (OEE) manages the University theme area of Energy and Environment, including research-focused project development, management, and funding. In addition, the OEE manages industry and government liaison within the Energy and Environment area, commercialization of technology in close collaboration with the U of R UILO and the development of international relations with other institutions working in the same area (in collaboration with UR International). The OEE is also responsible for facilitating interaction between the various Energy and Environment Centres on campus.

University of Saskatchewan - Industry Liaison Office (ILO)

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501 - 121 Research Drive Saskatoon, SK S7N 1K2 Frank Su, Technology Transfer Manager 306-966-1727 306-966-7806 frank.su@usask.ca Janet Wilson, Administrative Coordinator 306-966-1465 306-966-7806 janet.wilson@usask.ca www.usask.ca/research/ilo

The ILO, a department of the University of Saskatchewan, works proactively with the business community to raise awareness of research investment and partnership

opportunities at the University. As individuals, we are experienced and well trained in the many facets of technology transfer. Many of us have a business, science, engineering, research and/or legal background. We are keen to help U of S researchers, faculty, staff and students identify inventions arising from their research and to work with them to protect and commercialize promising new technology. Our services include:

• Technology Evaluation and Review

• Marketing and Commercialization • Prototype Development • Patenting • Licensing

• Start-up Company Program

• Confidential Disclosure Agreements and Material Transfer Agreements

• Education Programs

University of Saskatchewan - School of Environment and Sustainability

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Room 323, Kirk Hall, 117 Science Place Saskatoon, SK S7N 5C8 Karsten Liber, Executive Director 306-966-1499 306-966-2298 karsten.liber@usask.ca Sharla Daviduik, Administrative Officer 306-966-8431 306-966-2298 sharla.daviduik@usask.ca sens.info@usask.ca www.usask.ca/sens

The School of Environment and Sustainability is committed to providing excellence in interdisciplinary environmental research and learning. This is based on a commitment to create and integrate multiple understandings of natural and human environments and to be internationally known for innovative, provocative, and wide-ranging approaches to environmental sustainability. Founded in July 2007, the School of Environment and Sustainability was designed to offer graduate students a variety of masters and doctoral programs that emphasize the complex nature of environmental and sustainability challenges, and the need for interdisciplinary

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M EM B E R S H I P ( A S S OC I AT E ) understandings across a range of topics. The school raises questions about how and which people and places are most affected by unsustainable practices, how our current policies contribute to (un)sustainability, and how Saskatchewan is placed within a global political economy. The school’s programs include:

• Master of Sustainable Environmental Management (M.SEM.): an interdisciplinary, course-based, professional-style program that can be completed in one year of full-time study. The program is designed for undergraduates seeking a professional occupation or for those with established careers who wish to expand their skill set.

• Master of Environment and Sustainability (M.E.S.): an interdisciplinary, thesis-based program that can be completed in two years of full-time study. The program is designed to prepare graduate students for significant roles in knowledge generation and translation related to Environment and Sustainability.

• Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Environment and Sustainability: an interdisciplinary, research-based program that can be completed in three years of full-time study. The program is designed to prepare interdisciplinary scholars for leadership roles in advancing the understanding of Environment and Sustainability as a field of academic study. Ph.D. students will participate in critical appraisal, research analysis and synthesis, and knowledge generation and translation.

Through ongoing collaboration with the City of Saskatoon and a number of colleges and units from the University of Saskatchewan, the school helps develop and implement sustainability initiatives, and seeks to form new partnerships for research, teaching, and learning opportunities.

For more information on the School of Environment and Sustainability, visit www.usask.ca/sens or sens.info@usask.ca.

University of Saskatchewan - Workplace Safety and Environmental Protection (WSEP)

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Rm 150, Research Annex, 105 Maintenance Rd. Saskatoon, SK S7N 5C5 Darrell Hart, Chemical and Environmental Safety Manager 306-966-8512

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306-966-8394 darrell.hart@usask.ca www.usask.ca/wsep

The University of Saskatchewan encompasses 755 hectares of land in and around Saskatoon plus multiple remote research and teaching sites throughout Saskatchewan. Workplace Safety and Environmental Protection (WSEP) provides corporate leadership and action in the area of environmental stewardship and protection for all University lands and activities. WSEP works with all members of the University community (faculty, staff and students) as well as the greater Provincial community in the responsible guardianship of land, air and water resources, especially our river frontage and public green spaces, for the future generations of Saskatchewan. As a trainer of future leaders, we strive to demonstrate proactive change and responsible consumption of each of our resources.

WMCZ Lawyers and Mediators

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901, 119 - 4th Avenue South Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X2 Gary Meschishnick, Director 306-659-1226 306-933-2006 gary.meschishnick@wmcz.com Chad Eggerman, Associate 306-659-1220 306-933-2006 info@wmcz.com www.wmcz.com

Exceptional people serving exceptional clients. Wallace Meschishnick Clackson Zawada (WMCZ) provides legal services from its offices in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. While our firm handles all types of legal work, we believe we are particularly suited to providing the broad variety of services that are necessary for solving and managing environmental issues.

Our lawyers are recognized as experienced and knowledgeable practitioners by colleagues and clients alike. We have assisted organizations such as Saskatchewan Environment and Resource Management, Farm Credit Canada and the Yanke Group of Companies, to name just a few. In addition, we are active in environmental organizations such as SEIMA and the Centre for Studies in Agriculture, Law and the Environment (CSALE). One of our most valuable services for clients involves communicating with government bodies. Our lawyers have worked with all levels of government departments: federal,

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M EM B E R S H I P ( A S S OC I AT E ) provincial and municipal. Assistance provided includes alternative dispute resolution, review of proposed legislation and regulations, development of bylaws, drafting legislation and advocacy.

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At WMCZ, we pride ourselves on providing innovative yet practical advice in traditional types of law, as well as emerging areas. Please visit our website at www.wmcz.com for further information. We also invite you to get in touch with our clients to find out more about our services. Some of our valued clients are listed at www.wmcz.com, or contact us for references.

WUQWATR

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P.O. Box 965, Stn. Main Regina, SK S4P 3B2 Duane Haave, General Manager 306-757-1704 wuqwatr@sasktel.net www.wuqwatr.ca

Wascana and Upper Qu’Appelle Watersheds Association Taking Responsibility (WUQWATR) is a non-profit organization formed by local residents to support and direct the implementation of “Getting to the Source,” the Upper Qu’Appelle River and Wascana Creek Watersheds Source Water Protection Plan.

This plan was developed by community members from four Watershed Advisory Committees working with the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority and the support of technical experts. This plan was completed and published in March 2008, and WUQWATR was created to ensure that the recommendations developed by the community are implemented.

WUQWATR also exists to act as a community voice on water issues in the watersheds, and to promote stewardship by individuals, businesses and local communities.

WUQWATR works with all levels of government, with other stewardship groups, and non-governmental and private agencies, to complete the key actions contained in the Source Water Protection Plan.

WUQWATR endeavours to work with the Upper Qu’Appelle River and Wascana Creek Watershed area to ensure that every person has a safe and reliable source of drinking water.

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M E MB E R SH IP ( S T U D ENT C H A P T E R ) Blight, Ryan

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303 B 1505 McKercher Drive Saskatoon, SK S7H 5J9 Blight, Ryan ryanblight@hotmail.com

Ryan graduated from Lethbridge College in April 2009 with a diploma in Environmental Assessment and Restoration, and is currently looking for employment as a technician/technologist.

Chilima, Jania

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School of Environment and Sustainability University of Saskatchewan Jania Chilima, Student and Partner at Veo-Terra Consulting 306-966-1017 306-262-6920 jania.chilima@usask.ca

Jania is currently enrolled in her second year of the Masters of Environment and Sustainability (M.E.S.) Program, researching on institutional arrangements for watershed cumulative effects assessment. She is also a partner at an environmental and NGOs consulting company: Veo-Terra Consulting (www.veo-terra.com).

Fellner, Brittany

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University of Regina Brittany Fellner, Student brittany.koel@hotmail.com

Brittany Fellner is currently enrolled in her fourth year of Environmental Engineering studies at the University of Regina.

McKinnon, Carolle

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Olagunju, Ayodele

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School of Environment and Sustainability University of Saskatchewan Ayodele Olagunju, Student 306-341-3872 ayodele.olagunju@usask.ca

Ayodele Olagunju is enrolled in his first year of the Masters of Environment and Sustainability (M.E.S.) Program at the University of Saskatchewan.

Pearce, Tomesine

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1581 Grand Ave. Buena Vista, SK S2V 1A3 Tomesine Pearce 306-581-2549 gulbaekt@uregina.ca

Tomesine is currently an Environmental Engineering student at the University of Regina.

Razban, Behrooz

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Box 38014 RPO Hillsdale Regina, SK S4S 7K6 Behrooz Razban 306-501-5878 behroozrazban@gmail.com

Behrooz Razban is currently working as an Engineer in Droycon Bioconcepts Inc. His background is Civil Engineering and recently he obtained his master’s degree in Environmental Systems Engineering at the University of Regina.

Scholz, Allan

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531 Candle Way, Saskatoon, SK S7K 5A9 Allan Scholz, Student 306-221-0248 al@alscholz.com www.awellfedworld.com

Al Scholz is completing a Masters degree in Sustainable Environmental Management at the University of Saskatchewan’s School of Environment and Sustainability. His research focus is “sustainable food systems” and the

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M E MB E R SH IP ( S T U D ENT C H A P T E R ) emerging trends in the economic, environmental and social/rural sectors that will impact the rapidly changing agri-food production and marketing system on the Canadian prairies. Al has been active in the agriculture and food industry for over 30 years as a management consultant and business owner. His focus has been on best management practices of top farmers, value-add marketing strategies, communitybased rural development and leadership and rural entrepreneurship. Al has a unique global view of emerging agriculture, food industry, business and rural trends as he has lived and worked over nine years in Southeast Asia, India and Central America focusing on value-add agriculture, rural renewal and co-operative development as a project manager and consultant.

Al published, Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Turn Out the Lights: Entrepreneurship in Rural Saskatchewan in 2000. A second publication in 2002 was titled, Community Success Stories: Plans, Actions and Results. In 2007, he co-authored a national discussion paper for the Agricultural Institute of Canada titled, ReDefining Agriculture: Sustaining Agriculture in Canada through Innovation and Diversification. He is working on a third book titled, The Future of Agriculture. For three years, Al was profiled on AgVision TV as one of the top managers, which broadcasts across Canada and part of the US. Al is a graduate of the College of Agriculture and College of Education from the University of Saskatchewan, a member of the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists, the Canadian Consulting Agrologists Association (National President for two terms), Agricultural Institute of Canada, Canadian Association of Farm Advisors, Canadian Farm Business Management Council, the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers.

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University of Regina Nicole Spencer, Student spencern@uregina.ca

Nicole Spencer is currently enrolled in her second year of Environmental Engineering studies at the University of Regina.

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MEM B ER S H I P ( R E C I PRO CA L ) Ag-West Bio Inc.

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101-111 Research Drive Saskatoon, SK S7N 3R2 Dr. Wilf Keller, President and CEO 306-975-1939 306-975-1966 wilf.keller@agwest.sk.ca Kim Riel, Manager, Finance and Administration 306-975-1939 306-975-1966 kim.riel@agwest.sk.ca www.agwest.sk.ca

Ag-West Bio is at the forefront of Saskatchewan’s bioeconomy. We work as a catalyst for partnerships and industry growth by aiding strategic alliances and providing seed capital, regulatory support and industry information. Our membership includes corporations, associations and individuals representing natural health products and functional foods, bioproducts and bioprocesses, and agricultural biotechnology sectors. Saskatchewan has much to offer: outstanding science, R&D infrastructure, a talented workforce, quality raw materials and a solid business environment. Our vision is to help Saskatchewan become the most vibrant ag-biotechnology sector in Canada.

AMC - Agricultural Manufacturers of Canada

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EVRAZ Place, Stockman's Arena P.O. Box 636, Stn Main, Regina, SK S4P3A3 Jerry Engel, President 306-522-2710 306-781-7293 jerry@a-m-c.ca www.a-m-c.ca 1-800-959-7462

AMC is first and foremost a lobby association that speaks on behalf of the interests of the agricultural manufacturing industry. By serving as the voice of an important valueadded sector in the Canadian economy, AMC has the ability to effectively articulate the views of this industry to both domestic and foreign governments. AMC’s expertise is derived from the voluntary involvement of numerous capable industry owners and managers who serve on committees and an elected board of directors that guide the perspective and position of the association on industry issues. AMC’s report card grades the character of the 66

organization through the issues it has lobbied, such as harmonization of interprovincial legislation, Goods and Services Tax, transportation, investment tax credits, trade restrictions, labour standards, Workers’ Compensation legislation, Occupational Health and Safety legislation, Dealer Purity legislation in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Trade Union legislation, Steel price increases, revamping of the Farm Implement Act in Saskatchewan and Lobbying changes in Legislation regarding depreciation of new and used agricultural equipment. AMC assists small manufacturers by providing expertise on modern employment policy, safety standards and programs, and labour standards, among others.

Canadian Home Builders' Association Saskatchewan

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11 - 3012 Louise Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8 Alan H. J. Thornarat Chief Executive Officer 306-955-5188 306-373-3735 info@chbasaskatchewan.com Karen Rosser, Research and Communications Director 306-955-5188 306-373-3735 research@chbasaskatchewan.com www.chbasaskatchewan.com 1-888-955-5188

Canadian Home Builders’ Association - Saskatchewan (CHBA-Sask) is an industry association made up of member companies that deliver services to the residential construction industry. Members are builders, developers, renovators, trades, suppliers, financial firms and other professionals including lawyers, surveyors, realtors, property managers, etc. The Association is the provincial delivery agent for the R-2000 and ENERGYSTAR®: For New Houses programs. The Association also manages the Joint Training Committee regional offices in Regina and Saskatoon on behalf of the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission. Our Mission Statement: “To be the voice of the residential construction industry. To achieve an environment in which businesses can secure a sound foundation and prospects for growth, and as well, to promote affordability and choice in housing for all people in all communities in Saskatchewan.”

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MEM B ER S H I P ( R E C I PRO CA L ) Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan (CES)

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Suite 12, 2010 - 7th Avenue Regina, SK S4R 1C2 Beverly MacLeod, Executive Director 306-359-3338 306-522-5325 ces@sasktel.net Elaine Armstrong, Executive Assistant 306-359-3338 306-522-5325 ces1@sasktel.net www.ces.sk.ca

The Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan (CES) is a nonprofit Corporation representing consulting engineering and consulting geoscience member firms. The MISSION of CES is to strengthen the consulting engineering and geoscience industry in Saskatchewan. The GOALS of CES are to promote the growth and prosperity of member firms, to enhance the image of member firms, to influence decision makers through effective lobbying, to provide efficient and effective member services and enhance the contribution of member firms to society, to create Saskatchewan opportunities through the export of consulting engineering and geoscience services by member firms.

Entrepreneurial Foundation of Saskatchewan Inc. (EFS)

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207 - 116 Research Drive Saskatoon, SK S7N 3R3 David Gauthier, CEO 306-964-2020 306-964-2014 info@efsk.ca www.efsk.ca 1-888-964-2010

The Entrepreneurial Foundation of Saskatchewan is a notfor-profit corporation formed to provide advisory services, training and mentorship to entrepreneurs seeking access to investment capital for their companies. Our vision is to build Saskatchewan by providing entrepreneurs with the knowledge and access to financing they need to turn their dreams into successful enterprises. By partnering and working with financial institutions, Angels, private equity firms and other organizations, we can provide entrepreneurs with access to traditional and alternative sources of funding. Our staff has extensive experience in structuring debt and equity financings. We also have relationships with expert advisors, including accountants, lawyers and business

people who can offer their expertise to our clients as they proceed through the often difficult financing process.

Environmental Services Association of Alberta (ESAA)

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Suite 102, 2528 Ellwood Dr. SW Edmonton, AB T6X 0A9 Joe Barraclough, Director Industry and Government Relations 780-429-6363, ext. 224 780-429-4249 barraclough@esaa.org Joe Chowaniec, Director, Program & Events 780-429-6363, ext. 223 780-429-4249 chowaniec@esaa.org www.esaa.org

The Environmental Services Association of Alberta (ESAA) is a not-for-profit business association dedicated to the development of a strong environmental services industry by facilitating leadership and promoting continuing improvement in technology, human resources and sustained market development. Established in 1987, the ESAA is one of Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading environment industry associations with over 200 member organizations. Dedicated to building a strong environment industry, the ESAA is a business association with a business approach to providing programs leading to its membersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; corporate success.

Manitoba Environmental Industries Association Inc. (MEIA)

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301-35 King Street Winnipeg, MB R3L 1H6 John Fjeldsted, Executive Director 204-783-7090 204-783-6501 jfjeldsted@meia.mb.ca Deb Tardiff/Rosemary Deans Education and Training Coordinator 204-783-7090 204-783-6501 admin@meia.mb.ca www.meia.mb.ca

The environment sector represents a sizable industry in Manitoba. A commitment to the environment and positive legislative and policy frameworks have created a context for the growth of the environmental industry in both the

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MEM B ER S H I P ( R E C I PRO CA L ) domestic and export markets. The Manitoba Environmental Industries Association (MEIA) is a non-profit organization that is committed to connecting business, government and interested stakeholders with environmental issues and opportunities. It has in place: an Executive, a Board of Directors, six volunteer committees and is staffed by an Executive Director and Program Coordinator. Our mission is to promote environmental sustainability and high standards for service and ethics. MEIA carries out this mission by organizing and conducting activities to: serve the learning and information needs of our members; promote environmentally sound industry initiatives; facilitate business development opportunities; and initiate positive change in policy and regulatory frameworks.

Saskatchewan Advanced Technology Association (SATA) is a non-profit corporation aimed at bringing together small- to medium-sized Saskatchewan based technology companies and organizations to develop and enhance the advanced technology sector in the province. SATA provides a forum for member companies to exchange views on industry trends, opportunities, problems and solutions. SATA provides the following services: education and training, business and opportunity awareness, promotion of the Saskatchewan Advanced Technology industry as a whole, a unified voice to the government and other external stakeholders, networking and individual promotion opportunities, business attraction and retention strategies, consortium building and support mechanism and industry knowledge.

Regina & Region Home Builders' Association

Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce

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100 - 1801 MacKay Street Regina, SK S4N 6E7 Stu Niebergall, Executive Director 306-546-5221 306-569-9144 s.niebergall@reginahomebuilders.com Lynn Walkington, Manager of Operations 306-546-5223 306-569-9144 l.walkington@reginahomebuilders.com www.reginahomebuilders.com

The Regina & Region Home Builders’ Association (RRHBA) is a non-profit membership association made up of member companies that deliver services to the residential construction industry. Members include builders, developers, tradespeople, suppliers, financial firms and other professionals such as lawyers, surveyors, realtors, property managers, etc.

RRHBA Mission Statement: “To lead the residential construction industry for the benefit of all.”

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207 - 120 Sonnenschein Way Saskatoon, SK S7M 1M8 Laurel Reich, Projects Manager 306-244-3889 306-244-6649 lreich@sata.ca www.sata.ca

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1630 - 1920 Broad Street Regina, SK S4P 3V2 Curtis Hemming, Research Coordinator 306-352-2671, ext. 226 306-781-7084 chemming@saskchamber.com www.saskchamber.com

The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce was formed as a vehicle to unite the energies of business to build a stronger economy in the province. The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce’s membership now includes almost 1,000 businesses, and 80 Chambers of Commerce and Boards of Trade who themselves have more than 10,000 members.

The Chamber network organizes and directs the energies of those who believe that a community worth living in, is a community worth improving. It enables members to accomplish collectively what could not be done individually. The principle of working together on matters of mutual interest is the foundation of the Chamber organization, whether it be at the local, provincial or national level.

At present, the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is operated by a Board of Directors which consists of 13 business leaders and has a full time staff of seven.

Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership (STEP)

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Box 1787, #320-1801 Hamilton St. Regina, SK S4P 3C6 David Froh, Trade Specialist 306-787-7928 306-787-6666 froh@sasktrade.sk.ca

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400 - 402 21st Street E. Saskatoon, SK S7K 0C3 Donovan Swinnerton, Director 306-933-6531 306-933-6556 dswinnerton@sasktrade.sk.ca www.sasktrade.sk.ca 1-888-XPORTSK (976-7875)

Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership (STEP) is a member-driven organization that is mandated to assist Saskatchewan companies to compete in their existing export markets and develop new markets. STEP does this by initiating sales, contracts, and projects, providing market intelligence and financial consulting for Saskatchewan exporters.

Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council

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203 Idylwyld Drive South Saskatoon, SK S7M 1L6 Joanne Fedyk, Executive Director 306-931-3242 306-665-2128 swrc@link.ca info@saskwastereduction.ca www.saskwastereduction.ca

Our Mission: To help Saskatchewan and its people attain the environmental, economic and cultural benefits that come from reducing waste. This will be achieved through consultation, communication, education, and related support services. Our Goals: • To provide accurate, balanced waste reduction information. • To encourage network and partnership development. • To offer input on policies that deal with solid and hazardous waste. Our Activities: Semi-annual update forum events, participation on stake-holder committees, publications, response to inquiries, composting promotion and training, Annual Waste Minimi-zation Awards, maintaining “recycling in Saskatchewan” database.

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Saskatchewan-based soil remediation company Economical method of soil reclamation that quickly returns contaminated soil to its natural state.

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Municipal and Industrial Water Works Water Treatment Waterworks System Assessments Water Quality Management Wastewater Works Environmental Monitoring and Reporting Water and Wastewater Treatment Studies and Design Industrial and Municipal Pollution Prevention Facilities Environmental Assessments Environmental Audits Remediation

Personnel are trained in the areas of civil, sanitary, industrial and environmental engineering, environmental engineering technology, aquatic biology and limnology. 440, 2365 Albert Street, Regina, SK S4P 4K1 Tel: 306-584-7071 Fax: 306-584-8666

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Envirotec Services Incorporated Saskatoon: (306) 244-9500 | Regina: (306) 721-9500 www.envirotec.ca

Hazardous Waste Management Industrial Services Emergency Spill Response

1-877-244-9500

ERIN Consulting Ltd. SERVICE SECTORS Ecological Management Green Technology | Remediation Suite 200-2825 Saskatchewan Drive Regina, Saskatchewan | S4T 1H3 T: 306-789-9799 | F: 306-789-9490 E: erin@sasktel.net

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Currently, Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan (CES) represents 54 Saskatchewan individual consulting engineering and geoscience firms. CES is the not-for-profit provincial association of consulting firms that provide engineering and geoscience services to the built and natural environment. Its member firms offer professional services worldwide to private sector and government clients. Member firms range in size from sole proprietors to multinational companies, employing over 1,750 individuals including professional engineers and geoscientists, technologists and support staff. The industry contributes well over $200 million annually to the Saskatchewan economy. The role of CES is to promote and enhance the business interests and opportunities of CES member firms, including advocating to clients and policy makers in municipalities, and the provincial government, as well as clients in the private sector. CES coordinates a common industry approach on procurement, contract language and liability issues. Safe drinking water, secure transportation, reliable communications and efficient energy are the backbone of our global economy. Consulting engineers and geoscientists serve as trusted advisors to society on the planning, development and management of our natural and built environment. CES goals include: • Promoting the growth and prosperity of member firms • Enhancing the image of member firms • Influencing decision makers through effective lobbying • Providing efficient and effective member services • Enhancing the contribution of member firms to society • Creating Saskatchewan opportunities through the export of consulting engineering and geoscience services by member firms CES member firms offer a complete range of services in every aspect of, but not limited to: • Buildings and Structures • Municipal Engineering • Transportation • Natural Resources, Energy and Environment • Specialized, High Tech and Soft Engineering Please visit CES’s website for a complete matrix outlining the fields of specialization of CES member firms. Contact CES at: Phone: 306-359-3338 Fax: 306-522-5325 Email: ces@sasktel.net Web Site: www.ces.sk.ca Address: Suite 12, 2010 – 7th Avenue, Regina SK S4R 1C2

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Milligan Bio-Tech Inc. is a proud Saskatchewan-based company, dedicated to producing biodegradable products from non-food-grade canola seed crops. Milligan began by producing bio-diesel and today has several earth-friendly products in the market.

1.866.388.8642 milliganbiotech.com 907 Highway 16 East, Foam Lake, SK

Our Penetrating Oil rivals all others in the O Market and remains free of any hazard or M ssafety warnings. Recently approved safe ffor use around food, this product is a musthhave in more than industrial settings. It is ssafely used in schools, restaurants, homes, hhospitals, and manufacturing plants.

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JSK Consulting offers our clients the following services: ¡ Facility Decommissioning ¡ Pipeline Discontinuations & Abandonments ¡ Licensee Liability Ratings (LLR) ¡ Regulatory Applications & License Amendment Submissions ¡ Abandonment Candidate Selection ¡ Infrastructure Optimization ¡ General Contractor Contact: Mike Thygesen, B.Sc t Tel: 403-347-9444 x. 21 mthygesen@jskconsulting.ca t www.jskconsulting.ca Leaders in the Decommissioning and Abandonment of End of Life Oil & Gas Production Facilities.

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Bio-Limno Research & Consulting Inc. 28 Stone Gate Drive Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3N 3J2 Michael D. Agbeti, Ph.D. • Badger Daylighting – The Engineers’ choice for Hydrovac services for over 15 years. • Our industry-leading health and safety program meets the requirements set by major oil and gas companies, and large utility providers. • Badger Hydrovacs have the capability to excavate at a distance of more than 400 feet from the truck, enabling crews to work in areas with limited access. • Designed for extreme winter conditions, Badger Hydrovacs can excavate through any depth of frozen ground. Need to dig a deep, narrow test hole? No problem for Badger. We have the tools to make it happen. • We offer 24/7/365 service province wide. To locate the nearest Badger service centre in Saskatchewan please call toll free 1-800-465-4273 | www.badgerinc.com canadawest@badgerinc.com

Our Water: Our Environment Water is our most valuable resource. At the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority we strive for excellence in watershed management and promotion of safe and sustainable water supplies in a healthy ecosystem. Effective Water Supply Management is essential to maintain the quality of life in Saskatchewan and to ensure continued economic growth and development. While the Watershed Authority is leading the challenge in Saskatchewan, we rely on every citizen to strive to protect and sustain our water supplies.

It’s your water – your environment and your choice. To find out more about the work we do visit us at swa.ca.

Ph: 902.425.8989 | Fax: 902.425.8989 Cell: 902.401.8984 Email: magbeti@bio-limno.com www.bio-limno.com Bio-limno Research & Consulting is an environmental consulting firm that provides a variety of services related to water quality. They specialize in: algal analysis (including diatom algae), zooplankton analysis, interpretation of water quality data, and writing of scientific reports.

Serving the energy sector in western Canada for 27 years Head Office 1100, 815 - 8th Avenue S.W. Calgary, AB T2P 3P2 Ph.: (403) 265-2885 Fax: (403) 266-6471 Regina Project Office 621 Henderson Drive Regina, SK S4N 6A8 Fax: (306) 525-8650 Medicine Hat Office 159 Southwest Drive S.W. Medicine Hat, AB T1A 8E8 Ph.: (403) 527-4010 ext. 200 Fax: (403) 527-7655 Hanna Office 113 - 1st Avenue West Hanna, AB T0J 1P0 Ph.: (403) 854-2212 Fax: (403) 854-2246

▪ Project Environmental Management ▪ Environmental Planning Services ▪ Cartography & GIS Applications ▪ Site/Route Selection for Seismic, Wells, Facilities, Pipelines & Powerlines ▪ Private Land Checklists (PLCs) ▪ Agri-Environment Services Branch Environmental Assessments ▪ Provincial Environmental Impact Assessments & Related Approvals ▪ Environmental Protection Plans / Restoration Plans ▪ National Energy Board Applications ▪ Wildlife / Vegetation / Wetland Assessments and Mitigation ▪ Navigable Waters Permitting ▪ Fish and Fish Habitat Surveys ▪ Aquatic Habitat Protection Permits ▪ Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) Applications / Notifications ▪ Archaeological / Palaeontological Assessments ▪ Traditional Land Use and First Nation Consultation ▪ Stakeholder Consultation ▪ Post-construction Reclamation Assessments / Environmental Monitoring

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