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Editorials

Saskatchewan is spending too much for a tax cut

Posted on 24 June 2024

By Greg Haubrich The Saskatchewan government is spending too much money and it’s costing taxpayers big time. The government offered no tax relief to cash-strapped… Read More »

Is it time to defund the CBC?

Posted on 16 April 2024

By Kris Sims The CBC just got another cash infusion from the Trudeau government and treated itself to a fresh round of bonuses. Cabinet documents… Read More »

Restoring transparency and accountability in federal government

Posted on 4 March 2024

By Glen Motz Ethical breaches, untendered contracts to well-connected insiders, and sealed or deleted documents to hide paper trails, are just a few of the… Read More »

Ideology > common sense during an awful August

Posted on 29 August 2023

By Ryan Dahlman Often politicians are labelled as being out of touch with the regular folk when it comes to understanding what is affecting ordinary… Read More »

Faceblocked: why readers of local products should care

Posted on 15 August 2023

By Ryan Dahlman It has already happened to both papers in Swift Current. The dreaded “People in Canada can’t see this content In response to… Read More »

Health care in Sask. and the prairies: some pay the price, but not the ones who should

Posted on 11 July 2023

By Ryan Dahlman Earlier in July, the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) released a press release entitled “‘Saskatchewan waits worst in Canada for health… Read More »

Russia’s Monument to the Conquerors of Space is 21st Century Prophecy

Posted on 1 June 2023

Few in the West know about astronomical accomplishments outside of North America. The American Space Museum (Kennedy Space Center) https://www.kennedyspacecenter.com in Titusville, Florida displaying some… Read More »

Free market solutions: Medical tourism offers a real opportunity

Posted on 23 May 2023

By Drew Barnes Liberals or Conservatives. Starbucks or Timmy’s. Oilers or Flames. Or (if you must), maybe the Leafs. There’s a lot that Canadians can… Read More »

Eleventeen Bean to Bar helps out FCSS

Posted on 16 May 2023

By Garrett SimmonsFCSS CommunicationsEver wonder how chocolate is made?Just how, exactly, does someone take cocoa beans and turn that into a delicious treat?Last Friday, residents… Read More »

Political media coverage getting even more challenging

Posted on 24 April 2023

By Ryan Dahlman For more people outside the media industry, reporters are either (a) annoying, opinionated, bombastic corrupt, jaded and at best not to be… Read More »

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