Editorials

Hopefully everybody will stay safe, but one wonders with all the talk about Bill 6 and all the changes and implementation of new laws for farm workers, how much will really change this year.

The 66th Annual Canadian Mental Health Association’s Mental Health Week is May 1-7 and May is national mental health month. It’s sad it has taken so long for people to start to understand the importance of the need of good mental health or even what it means.

Wednesday, 03 May 2017 11:45

Ticking time bomb can be concerning

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There is a time bomb I wish to share that is very near and dear to me.

The Saskatchewan government and more specifically Education Minister Don Morgan blinked.

Wednesday, 19 April 2017 09:37

Deciding the fate of a rural school is never easy

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When Prairie Rose School Division trustees had the difficult decision before them regarding the future of New Brigden School, they were asked by one of their peers to be brave and make a decision that goes against the trend in rural Alberta.

Pushing through of an idyllic agenda by large egos, not enough time, lack of foresight or maybe just not caring enough to see the whole picture — these factors seem to have crept  their way into provincial and federal politics.

Education Don Morgan and seemingly, the urban-based media, are wrong: libraries aren’t irrelevant.

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