Opinion

Friday, 15 June 2012 10:44

Harper is being cruel to farmers

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The contemptuous treatment of Canadian farmers/citizens by the Harper Conservatives is unbelievable. It should make most who voted Tory cringe in shame.

Friday, 15 June 2012 10:43

Left wing’s tunnel vision

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Do you remember when a hundred or so hapless ducks missed being gunned down by duck hunters when they chose a tailings pond for a lethal touchdown a few years ago? Tree huggers emerged into the bright lights of hundreds of willing media cameras and turned the nasty incident into “the very reason all operations in the oil sands should cease immediately.” They played the incident ad nauseam for years.

Wednesday, 16 May 2012 16:25

Writer angry about Sask. film tax credit cut

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I am writing you today in an effort to keep up the awareness of the devastating blow the Saskatchewan Film Industry will undergo if the Saskatchewan Party continues its proposed cut to the Saskatchewan Film Employment Tax Credit and replacement of it with a non workable non-refundable tax credit.

Thursday, 10 May 2012 10:11

Bliss and Diss

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Diss: To the moron who dissed our Bronco Coach recently, have you ever played hockey? Better yet, have you played in the NHL or ever won a Stanley Cup? Go Broncos!

BLiss: God bless you Todd Holt. I hope you’re doing as well as you can possibly be.

Diss: Hope all of you Canadian Wheat Board haters are bracing yourselves for fun this year.

BLiss: Best Alberta provincial election in years! People now have to make a decision.

BLiss: Can I actually get to my garden now. That will be nice.

Diss: Getting the MLAS to pay back the money now Redford? Really too little, too late.

Diss: Do people really want the Wildrose Party in? Does anyone know what they are about?

Diss: Flames out of the playoffs again? Good thing the Tigers are around.

Thursday, 10 May 2012 09:21

Volunteer makes a difference to community

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I would like to commend Grace Kushner for all the volunteer work she has taken part in over the years in Swift Current.

Media, politicians and political analysts were quick to weigh in on Wednesday morning, after Alberta Premier Alison Redford named her 19-member Cabinet — a reduction from 21 this time around.

Wednesday, 11 January 2012 14:54

Culture shock can happen even for the hometown girl

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By Jessi Gowan
For the last few years, I got really used to living in a town where no one know who I was.


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