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Treading lightly to lose weight

Treading lightly to lose weight

Ed, my neighbor next door, is beginning to have a bit more time to himself, these day. Since Ed had to put another notch into his belt and go to a bigger pant size, he is now using his wife's treadmill in an effort to slim down.
Travelling in a world of contradictions

Travelling in a world of contradictions

Getting there isn't half the fun for me anymore, especially not when cross border air travel is concerned.
Stretching your way to flexibility

Stretching your way to flexibility

At the end of every personal training session or bootcamp class, I lead my clients through a series of stretches.
PotashCorp story forces politicians to deal with the unexpected

PotashCorp story forces politicians to deal with the unexpected

I have been more than busy the past few weeks. One day, I would be taking pictures at an NDP fundraiser that Dwain Lingenfelter shows up for. Then I'd be at city council. Or in court. Or I would be on the road.
Independent aboriginal entrepreneurs a rare find

Independent aboriginal entrepreneurs a rare find

Many moons ago, in the fall of either 2003 or 2004, I attended a sod turning for a new hotel in North Battleford. The event took place on the east side of the casino complex, near what would turn into the Gold Ridge Centre.
Riders head into playoffs on a high

Riders head into playoffs on a high

Finally a win, and now the Saskatchewan Roughriders are on a high heading into the 2010 CFL playoffs.
No more excuses for impaired driving

No more excuses for impaired driving

It's an initiative with a catchy name, but there is nothing frivolous about the goals of Operation Red Nose.
North Battleford man made ultimate sacrifice

North Battleford man made ultimate sacrifice

Dear Editor I noted with interest the recently published letter from Richard Ahenakew entitled "Businesses need to remember on Nov. 11" and offer a personal reflection.
Free trade and free people

Free trade and free people

In multi-towered urban Ontario, there are more self-styled wise men per square mile of pavement than can be found anywhere else in Canada.
Giants' pitching wins World Series without highest paid pitcher

Giants' pitching wins World Series without highest paid pitcher

Not even the drunkest kayak owner in the bay area ever assumed the Giants would play for all the marbles in November and that they'd be paddling around in the teeming waters of the Pacific waiting for missile shots from a third baseman called the Kun