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UMA donates $100,000 to celebrate Saskatchewan centenary

UMA Engineering is to donate $25,000 as a gift, and $75,000 in services to an exhibition at the Western Development...

March 28, 2003   Canadian Consulting Engineer

UMA Engineering is to donate $25,000 as a gift, and $75,000 in services to an exhibition at the Western Development Museum to celebrate Saskatachewan’s 2005 Centenary.
“Our company was founded in Saskatoon back in 1911, so we feel a strong kinship with the history of this province,” says Don George, UMA’s Regional vice president in Saskatchewan.
The company is providing its in-kind services to produce interactive maps that showcase the achievements of the province’s people and businesses. At the press of a button, visitors will have access to information on everything from traditional First Nations territories to rail lines and country grain elevators.


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