Editorials

Parents often teach their children to behave so as to not ruin an experience or a location for others. Children are taught to ensure they clean up after themselves and to leave things better than what they found it.

Thursday, 11 January 2018 10:01

Justin time: factitious follies by federal gov’t

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As we move into 2018, year three for the Liberal Federal Government, the learning curve for finally getting it right seems to have stalled.

Drunk driving continues to be a problem on the prairies.

Tuesday, 02 January 2018 06:52

These are your monkeys and it is your circus

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Too many times in our stupidly busy and emotionally intense society, we believe that it is better or — let's be honest — easier, for ourselves to not just say anything to people who are having a bad day or in extreme cases look to be in distress.

Thursday, 21 December 2017 06:12

What does Christmas mean to you?

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Christmas is many things to many different people.

Thursday, 21 December 2017 06:11

Trudeau’s actions this year were unfathomable

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As we move into 2018, year three for the Liberal Federal Government, the learning curve for finally getting it right seems to have stalled.

Thursday, 14 December 2017 06:26

Hindley has all the skills, now needs to execute

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Everett Hindley being chosen the new SaskParty representative for the Swift Current constituency seems anti-climactic.

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