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More than employees need to bring manners to work

More than employees need to bring manners to work

Sure, we should expect employees to have good manners. What about the rest of us?
The Ruttle Report - Anxiety - that itch you just can't scratch

The Ruttle Report - Anxiety - that itch you just can't scratch

It's not exactly curable, but just remember - it'll pass.
The Meeple Guild: many fine 'crossing' games to explore

The Meeple Guild: many fine 'crossing' games to explore

In this case we are only looking at ‘crossing’ games which can be played on simply created square grids with the playing pieces being a collection of checkers or backgammon stones.
Garderner's Notebook: Caring for a 'bee garden'

Garderner's Notebook: Caring for a 'bee garden'

If you want to make a ‘favourite-flower-list” for bees, include these lovely choices: borage, oregano, chives, salvia, veronica, hosta blooms, allium, catmint, perennial aster, zinnias, sunflowers, verbena, calendula, goldenrod, and bee balm.
Editorial: Yorkton finances appear in good order

Editorial: Yorkton finances appear in good order

In her report to Council Monday Amber Matechuk – City Controller, noted the City’s debt limit is $42,000,000, but only $7,650,908 is outstanding.
More or Less: Someone's Son

More or Less: Someone's Son

International Overdose Awareness Day is the world’s largest annual campaign to end overdose.
Small stuff that's not so small

Small stuff that's not so small

Smaller populations add up to huge numbers going hungry.
The Meeple Guild: Craft play set with thoughts of stacking games

The Meeple Guild: Craft play set with thoughts of stacking games

While there are literally dozens of games where stacking is the key mechanic, if not the ultimate goal, it became apparent that with two or three matching checker sets, always a low cost option, or a couple of matching backgammon sets, you can be well on your way to a handful of wonderful stacking games.
The Ruttle Report - When your 'little bro' isn't so little anymore

The Ruttle Report - When your 'little bro' isn't so little anymore

As we get older, our perspectives can - and do - change on our relatives
Opinion: Political polarization remains less pervasive in Canada than in the U.S.

Opinion: Political polarization remains less pervasive in Canada than in the U.S.

A new survey measured attitudes toward government among Canadians and Americans and found immense differences.
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