Thursday October 30, 2014




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Response . . . not recrimination

The country has 580 kilometres of coastline composed mostly of mangroves, and has a long history in textile arts and quilting. A neighbouring country has a tropical climate with a diverse environment ranging from savannah to rain forests....

Opinion

Is the photo radar program necessary?

The other day I was sitting with a friend having coffee and they brought up the new speed cameras...

Where’s your investment?

They sat in pretty gold frames on the china cabinet. In the fall my mother would carefully add the...

How labels allow us to find identity

Recently I came across a video clip on Youtube from the television show “Oprah: Where are they now?...

The key to Thanksgiving

The contents of the box of Thanksgiving decorations were spread out on the table ready to take...

Another big decision for Canada

So, to be honest I'm coming to the debate on the Middle East a little bit late. I hadn't read much...

Getting charged

You put the key into the ignition, give it a twist and listen as the engine begins its gentle hum....




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Rider Insider

The Saskatchewan Roughriders are hurting right now.At 9-7, they’ve lost four games in a row...

World Food Day may be more critical today

When you are in the journalism business it’s an unusual day when there are not a few email in the...

Farmers caring for livestock

How farmers care for their livestock has become one of the big consumer questions.Or, at least it...

CWB was the great barrier to competition

For a moment this week I was pretty sure I had somehow slipped back a year, or two in time.I was...

The idea of biodiesel production

It is sometimes interesting how something pops up one day, quite by happenstance and the next thing ...

Rider Insider

No one is complaining today.Sunday’s 35-32 double-overtime win for the Saskatchewan Roughriders...


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