The Week of July 14 to 20, 2002

 
Celebration of Roses
Sunday
July 14, 2002
A home owner took the chance and it has paid off, lots of flowers in the yard but all of them roses.
The Greenwater Report for July 15, 2002
Monday
July 15, 2002
Hot weather and a good time to enjoy the wonders of Greenwater provincial park.
Tisdale's New House Number 6
Monday
July 15, 2002
And the houses just keep on coming as this is the sixth new start this year.
Best Garden In Tisdale This Year
Monday
July 15, 2002
A poor year for gardens but even in a poor year some gardens do better than others, this is the best one we have found in town this year.
House Number Five In Place
Monday
July 15, 2002
Sitting atop its wood basement this new house is ready for finishing.
CBS Movie of the Week
Monday
July 15, 2002
A made for television movie is one of several productions underway or about to begin shooting in Winnipeg this summer.
Weekes BigSky Hog Barn
Tuesday
July 16, 2002
Nearly fifty workers toiling to build first of seven large hog barns Northeast of Weekes.
98th Street from 97th to 98th gets overhaul
Wednesday
July 17, 2002
Each year the town replaces about two blocks of very old water lines, This block is nearly completed.
To Marry You Need A Mary and A Barry
Wednesday
July 17, 2002
Ron Thornton muses about the decision by Ontario courts allowing same sex marriages.
Yellow Ford Pickup
Wednesday
July 17, 2002
A super little classic mid fifties Ford pick up in shiny yellow paint who could imagine a better ride.
Marriage
Wednesday
July 17, 2002
Joe Hueglin is concerned that the use of the term marriage was used by Ontario courts to legalise the formal partnerships of same sex couples.
Mrs. Chupa's Roses
Wednesday
July 17, 2002
Roses catch the eye they are showing and impressive but in this arrangement they take second place to the composition of the lawn's centre piece.
July Set
Wednesday
July 17, 2002
Not the end of the month yet just the end of a warm summer day with high cloud and a red colour to introduce the night.
Tisdale Gets 3/10ths
Thursday
July 18, 2002
A light shower in the morning then in the evening a loud thundershorm gave the grass a drink and washed the streets.
Common Sense versus the Sophistication of Business and Economics: The case of the Euro overcoming the U.S. Dollar
Thursday
July 18, 2002
This is a warning, we are all to easily lead to believe or accept pronouncements by economists and business leaders when their comments often are pure speculation or worse, intended deliberately to mislead.
Sharing A Birthday
Friday
July 19, 2002
Friends with the same birthday. Princesses for the day.
Evening Sky After A Rain
Friday
July 19, 2002
It is entirely possible that this photographer is addicted to the images of the sky, it is a definite obsession and when you look at these pictures it is easy to understand why. This page has thirteen pictures and a QuickTime VR (570K).
When it comes to governance and accountability the feds should practice BEFORE they preach
Friday
July 19, 2002
The Canadian Taxpayer's Federation federal director Walter Robinson urges the Federal government to do itself what it is preaching that business should do.
Everything Matters, While Knowing Full Well Nothing Matters
Saturday
July 20. 2002
Every act every seemingly insignificant act has ripple effect consequences yet each individual event is in itself relately unimportant. It is only the big picture that is altered and that makes all the difference.