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Canora Courier

Sound fiscal management?

The editor: I’m not sure how these so-called Conservatives can call themselves sound fiscal managers? That must be some kind of joke right? They have been talking about it and campaigning about it since they brutally destroyed the Progressive Conserv
Using our strengths and perfecting our craft

Using our strengths and perfecting our craft

There is a story told of a 10yearold boy, who took up judo after losing his left arm. An old Japanese tutor trained the boy hard for six months, but taught him only one move. After a while the boy asked, “Sensei, I have learned this move well.
Frustrated by the potholes in the province's highway system?

Frustrated by the potholes in the province's highway system?

Recently I had the opportunity to drive Highway No. 22 from Killaly to Lemberg, and a couple of weeks earlier I had covered the stretch from Highway No. 10 to Lemberg.
All  things considered... The lady doth protest too much

All things considered... The lady doth protest too much

Not long ago I watched with interest as celebrity Jane Fonda answered media questions – re: her opposition to the oil sands and proposed pipeline project.

Consider winter wheat

By Cory Jacob Regional crops specialist, Watrous Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture It can be tough to think about next year’s crop before this one is in the bin, but winter wheat is well worth growing.

Slow down through the work zone

With more than 30 major construction projects underway in Saskatchewan motorists are reminded to watch for workers and equipment and slow down through the work zone. Virtually every area of the province has some type of road work underway.

Staff in place as school is to begin September 1

The 2015-16 school year is to begin for teachers on August 27 and for students regular classes will begin on September 1.

Crop report for the period August 4 to 10

Producers now have four per cent of the 2015 crop combined and five per cent swathed or ready to straight-cut, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly crop report for the period to August 10.

August land sale brings in $3.0 million in revenue

The August sale of petroleum and natural gas rights raised $3.0 million in revenue for the province, at an average price of $306 per hectare. After four sales in 2015, land sale revenues total $35.7 million.
Pensioner's Prom Number two repeats success

Pensioner's Prom Number two repeats success

Canora students who were born in 1950 and will be receiving old age pension this year were the stars of the Pensioner’s Prom on Saturday. This is the second year for the event. It began last year with the students who were born in 1949.