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They forgot to include us

I listened to an interesting discussion about technology a few days ago and caught myself nodding the head in approval as the technology world leaders talked about their world and then the rest of the world that most of the rest of us happen to live

Mixed signals

The provincial government is sending out mixed signals these days.

City still has lots of work to do

The Editor: I am writing this letter in response to the editorial in the April 7 Mercury about the revival of the Golden Garbage Can competition.I am not quite sure if this person is living in the city of Estevan or having a bad dream.

Good friends are priceless

Generally speaking, I enjoy writing these columns because within their parameters I get to be a little foolish, critical or sometimes radical in thought and deed.

Time to reconsider this decision

Our provincial government is no doubt having second thoughts regarding new regulations that are allowing health foundations to directly contact former hospital patients by using snippets of information received from the patients' confidential health

One cool job to have

I think I'd like to be Governor-General. I have applied for the job on four separate occasions and have never even made the short list.

Please support the Shrine Circus

The Editor: When the outlook for your child's life is one that will be filled with pain, bones constantly breaking and no chance to walk, you will search for anything that could improve that quality of life for your baby.

Looking to revive the can competition

It's heartening to hear that the City of Estevan has mustered up the fortitude to once again issue a challenge for the coveted Golden Garbage Can, that symbol of community cleanliness that is known far and wide, or at least in Weyburn and Estevan.

FNUC deserves that second chance

The time has come for the federal government to quit playing mind games with the First Nations University of Canada. Past management misdeeds and careless administration practices were admitted to long ago and rectified.

FNUC deserves that second chance

The time has come for the federal government to quit playing mind games with the First Nations University of Canada. Past management misdeeds and careless administration practices were admitted to long ago and rectified.