Editorials

Wednesday, 23 March 2016 13:39

Eliminating school fees not as easy as it sounds

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Last week in Alberta, two main dailies in the province carried stories that the Alberta NDP government was likely not going to be making good on its election promise to reduce school fees.

Wednesday, 09 March 2016 16:35

Ever wonder if?

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As a curious, type, many happenings pique my “Head-Thinker” constantly. I’ll share a few with you.

Wednesday, 02 March 2016 16:22

Now is the time for positive, open minds to shine

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With the ides of March approaching in less than a few weeks, some feel the ultimate in bad luck and misfortune have already hit the prairies.

Last year’s decision by SaskPower to locate a new natural gas power plant in the Swift Current area was generally welcomed as good news for the region.

Wednesday, 17 February 2016 14:41

Sad news on ships, senate and mounties

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Our federal government has changed, but almost everything else appears to remain the same or worse.

With Canadian Football League free agency going this week, one could equate Sask. Premier Brad Wall a self-acknowledged football fan, as a quarterback reading a defence — which all of a sudden, is blitzing him from all sides.

On Feb. 1, both the governments of Alberta and Saskatchewan are addressing in their own ways, the crisis which is really gripping the employment and economic landscape on the prairies. Apparently, the two provincial premiers have abandoned their ideologies in order to keep their provinces from financially drowning.

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