Another truck rally has been organized to show support for Canada’s oil and gas sector.
One is set to go in Lloydminster Saturday, with the muster point being an agriculture business on Highway 16 East.
- Premier Moe says Saskatchewan government will not be cutting oil production
- Sask. government announces program to enhance competitiveness of oil and gas sector
- More than 400 trucks roll through Estevan to show support for oil and gas industry
This is the latest in a series of demonstrations held across Saskatchewan and Alberta, where convoys rolled through Estevan and the Alberta communities of Nisku and Grande Prairie in support of pro-pipeline policy and to draw attention to the struggling sector.
For the third straight Saturday, some assembled in yellow vests on the Albert Street bridge in Regina to show support for the industry.