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Stephen Harper won't pardon serious criminals or Helena Guergis.
Annual fall and bulb sale on for Friday

Annual fall and bulb sale on for Friday

Hope you can join us for tonight's (Wednesday, May 19) Yorkton and District Horticultural Meeting! It's at 7 p.m. at the Yorkdale Student Centre, and our special guest speaker will be Glen Tymiak talking to us about growing tomatoes.
The case for coaching

The case for coaching

Last week I introduced the topic of Coaching and how it pertains to, not only sports, but also our personal and professional lives. The following information includes statistics illustrating the growing profession of Coaching in today's world.
Learn all you can about tomatoes

Learn all you can about tomatoes

Aloha from beautiful Hawaii! Last week, we were lucky enough to be there, on the stunning island of Oahu.
Was blitz using RCMP resources well?

Was blitz using RCMP resources well?

There was a city traffic blitz conducted by RCMP last week. Depending on who you talk to there were between four and ten police cars stopping traffic on Broadway Street, near the Parker Quine building.
What about that dead robin?

What about that dead robin?

Mothers do many things. Grandmothers, too. One of the hardest is explaining death to those who have barely begun to live. "Nana, wanna come and see a dead robin?" Benjamin asked."Sure, I'll come." "Wobbin can't fwy," said Dinah Jane.
The waiting game

The waiting game

When my niece was born, her family (including me) all participated in baby sign language until she started talking. There were simple hand signals for as many words as a baby could need, such as "more," "bath," "light" and "bird.
Canada's cities at a crossroads: To sprawl or protect?

Canada's cities at a crossroads: To sprawl or protect?

Canada's towns and cities are at a crossroads. Down one path is urban sprawl. We all know where this well-worn route leads: endless pavement, long commutes and traffic jams, and high social and infrastructure costs.

Youth reject farm careers

Dear Editor: Very few young men and women who grew up on the farm have chosen to remain on the farm as their career choice. Why? Growing up on the farm they know that farming is a very difficult, low paying, high risk, high investment career choice.
Health day recognized

Health day recognized

For over 100 years, public health in Canada had been helping people take care of themselves, their families and communities.