Opinion

Editor:
It has recently been announced by Alberta Education that the Prairie Rose School Division will sponsor an "Internet on School Bus" project. This project will be completely funded by Alberta Education of the remainder of this year and through to the end of April, 2013. 

Thursday, 26 April 2012 12:19

Sask. crop report for April 17-23

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Saskatchewan Agriculture
Warm and favourable weather has allowed some producers to begin seeding, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's Weekly Crop Report.

 

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Residents of the southwest will have the chance to learn a little bit more about where their dinner comes from at the Swift Current Ag & Ex’s inaugural ‘Discover the Farm, Poultry & Exotic Animal Sale.’

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Premier Brad Wall announced March 29 that Informa Economics, Inc. will conduct a review of the proposed Viterra acquisition.

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Three dedicated supporters of the 4-H program are being honoured for their years of volunteer service to the youth in their communities.

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The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) is disappointed that the U. S. Government has chosen to prolong its discrimination against imported livestock by today requesting that the World Trade Organization (WTO) Appellate Body (AB) review the November 2011 Dispute Settlement Panel decision.

By Jessi Gowan

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The Semiarid Prairie Agricultural Research Centre (SPARC) held an open house on March 20 in Swift Current, to show the public their new Thermal Gradient Plate (TGP), an Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) invention featuring 96 individually temperature-controlled cells which can be set between -20 C and 40 C.

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