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A couple of concerns

A couple of concerns

Being back at school means I'm often powering through the hallways trying to get to class on time. This also means I have all kinds of time to observe other students and ponder their lives at some length.
Too soon to talk about candidates

Too soon to talk about candidates

By this time next year, the general civic election campaign should be in full swing and there could be a full roster of candidates seeking the coveted council chairs as well as the seat currently occupied by Mayor Gary St.
A whiff of nostalgia along the way

A whiff of nostalgia along the way

I don't attend a ton of Bruin games these days, but who could resist last Saturday's gala event at the new Spectra Place that had just been launched a few hours earlier.
Spectra Place opening set the tone

Spectra Place opening set the tone

The completion of Spectra Place brings a myriad of opportunities to the Energy City, ranging from big-name concerts to a great venue to watch a hockey game. The pre-game ceremony for the Bruins' season opener on Saturday was a sign of things to come.
Softer, gentler NHL season ahead?

Softer, gentler NHL season ahead?

It could be a softer, more gentle National Hockey League when the 2011-12 season gets down to business in early October.
Don't shoot the messenger

Don't shoot the messenger

I guess the column I wrote about school supplies hit some nerves, brought back some memories and just plain irritated some people. With all the input I received, you can bet I also heard some other stories relating to the way school is "nowadays".
The Riders bagged the swag

The Riders bagged the swag

One week after upsetting the Winnipeg Blue Bombers by 20 points in the Labour Day Classic, Saskatchewan went into Swaggerville and destroyed the Bomber Blue Bombers 43-25 on Sunday to complete a home-and-home sweep.
No one is dying to protect Canadian oil

No one is dying to protect Canadian oil

Over the past three years as editor of Pipeline News, Saskatchewan's petroleum monthly, combined with my previous work as a pipeliner, I have had an opportunity to visit almost every area of the Saskatchewan oilpatch.
Season series with Bombers goes to the Riders

Season series with Bombers goes to the Riders

The Riders bagged the swag. One week after upsetting the Winnipeg Blue Bombers by 20 points in the Labour Day Classic, Saskatchewan went into Swaggerville and destroyed the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 43-25 on Sunday to complete a home-and-home sweep.
Softer, gentler NHL season ahead?

Softer, gentler NHL season ahead?

It could be a softer, more gentle National Hockey League when the 2011-12 season gets down to business in early October.