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As I See It

Concern about Canada's place in the world was heightened recently when, in an unprecedented first, Canada was beat out for a seat on the United Nation's Security Council.

Feds need to stand up for Sask. on potash file

What's apparent is that the Saskatchewan Party government needs help from their federal government counterparts right now on the potash file. What's not necessarily apparent is whether Ottawa will provide that help.

Remembering Mom

This past week I flew halfway across the country for a family wedding. And of course, while I was there, I went up for a visit with my Mom. Well, I went to sit with her for a while.

Rare tractor headed to the U.S.

The other day an email was sent to Yorkton This Week with a note about a John Deere 8020 selling in a farm auction near Moosomin recently for $90,000. The email was interesting on a number of levels, even though it was a rather short note.

Out and About: Shift of change

The Canadian government officially placed Bisphenol A (BPA) on the country's toxic substance list.

Rider Insider: Plenty of work ahead for the Riders

"They had over 200 yards rushing? That's ridiculous." - Roughriders defensive lineman Marcus Adams. Yes, they did. The Calgary Stampeders came into Regina Sunday afternoon with a clear-cut game plan; rush the ball.

One woman's words

Jennifer's Journal

Looking past the negative

There are early indications that Estevan is heading directly into another banner year of economic and population growth.

Hendriksen's Hearsay

Local football musings

Ouch, and ouch again for Canada

What an underwhelming week for Canada.
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