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As I See It

As I See It

This weekend I was surprised by the short notice visit I received from one of my good friends from school. Keeping up with university buddies can be a difficult task.
Domed stadium, bad idea

Domed stadium, bad idea

In light of the recent news that the government of Saskatchewan has reached a conditional agreement with Canadian Pacific Railway to buy land in Regina where a new indoor football stadium/multi-purpose entertainment facility will likely be built, it
Kiefer Fever

Kiefer Fever

Jennifer's Journal
Rider Insider
Atonement at Labor Day Classic

Rider Insider Atonement at Labor Day Classic

The Saskatchewan Roughriders improved to 28-16 all-time on Labour Day Classic weekend with a 27-23 victory over the rival Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Sunday before another sellout crowd of 30,048.
The pleasure of my company

The pleasure of my company

My wife and I threw a little dinner party for some of my friends the other night. I should point out that we're talking about two couples we have known for years and with whom we get along wonderfully.
Out and About
You never forget how to ride a bike

Out and About You never forget how to ride a bike

Last week I rode a bike for the first time in almost a decade. Pathetic. I know. And as embarrassing as it is to admit, I never learned to ride a bike until I was halfway through kindergarten.
The ties that bind agriculture and potash

The ties that bind agriculture and potash

It is rather interesting that in Saskatchewan, a province whose existence is basically based on agriculture, that now as its economy moves more into the world of resources, it is still tied to farming because potash is so reliant on the farm sector f
A salute to Mr. Chris Chelios

A salute to Mr. Chris Chelios

With all of the ridiculous 10, 12, and even 15-year contracts being signed in the NHL these days, players are "committing" to play well into their early to late 40s.
It is your business

It is your business

If you believe it is none of your business and you don't need to get involved, think about it again. Estevan has a major drug problem not a brewing problem, but a realistic, every day drug problem.
Private surgeries not cost-effective

Private surgeries not cost-effective

The Editor,Contrary to the Saskatchewan Health minister's claim, contracting-out surgeries to a private for-profit clinic in Regina is not cost-effective and could harm the capacity of the public system to deliver timely medical procedures.