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  F-23.21 - The Fuel Tax Act, 2000
(Publications Saskatchewan) An Act respecting a Tax on Fuel and making consequential amendments to The Revenue and Financial Services Act
  Fuel Exporters
(Finance) Fuel Tax Bulletin 9: Fuel Exporters
  Fuel Tax Licensing and Reporting Requirements
(Finance) Fuel Tax Bulletin 6: Fuel Tax Licensing and Reporting Requirements
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  Gasoline Competition Assistance Program for Border Fuel Dealers and Fuel Tax Collectors
(Finance) Fuel Tax Bulletin 2: Gasoline Competition Assistance Program for Border Fuel Dealers and Fuel Tax Collectors
  General Fuel Tax information
(Finance) Fuel Tax Bulletin 1: General Fuel Tax Information
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  NORTH BATTLEFORD AREA RESIDENT CONVICTED OF UNLAWFULLY IMPORTING AND EXPORTING WILDLIFE
(Executive Council) Feb. 06, 2012 - A North Battleford area resident, Carlin Nordstrom, has been convicted of unlawfully importing and exporting wildlife into and out of Saskatchewan and has been fined a total of $40,902 under The Wildlife Act and the federal Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act in provincial court in North Battleford.
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  OC 245/2018 - Appoint Everett Hindley, Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Trade and Export Development (President of the Executive Council)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 51/2018 - The Ministry of Export and Trade Development Regulations (President of the Executive Council)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 532/2015 - Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership Inc. (STEP) Funding Agreement for $16,930,000 (November 1, 2015 to October 31, 2020) (Minister of the Economy)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
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  Potash: An Inside Account of Saskatchewan's Gold
(University of Regina Press) In Saskatchewan, politics and potash are continuously, inextricably intertwined. The province is the largest single producer of potash on earth, accounting for about a quarter of the world’s total production. The industry has played a significant role in the provincial economy for over 40 years and continues to contribute to Saskatchewan’s growth. Recoverable reserves of potash are well over 100 billion tons. With global markets currently in upheaval, Potash explores the interface between politics and the industry, the question of returns to the people of the province, and considers new developments that portend changes to the existing state of affairs. Written by an insider who helped nationalize the industry in the 1970s, John Burton expertly integrates behind-the-scenes accounts of the major players, archival material, and interview sources to produce a book that “cuts through the bull” and adds to our understanding of the world’s greatest fertilizer.
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  R.S.S. 1930, Chapter 42 (1931-02-01) - The Liquor Exporters Taxation Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) HISTORICAL CHAPTER 42 An Act for the Taxation of Liquor Exporters
  R.S.S. 1940, Chapter 53 (1941-02-01) - The Liquor Exporters Taxation Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) HISTORICAL CHAPTER 53 An Act for the Taxation of Liquor Exporters
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  S-64 Reg 11 - The Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership Inc Designation Regulations
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Act
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