The Week of November 21 to 27, 2004

 

November - 22 - 23 - 24 - 25 - 26


The widespread injustice of the LOGIC OF POWER: From the United States to Canada to Saskatchewan
Monday
November 22, 2004
by : Mario deSantis
Prince Albert : The law of the jungle seems hardly appropriate in a time such as our own and French President Jacque Chirac and member of parliament Carolyn Parrish are on the record denouncing the might makes right folks.
The Greenwater Report
Monday
November 22, 2004
by : Gerald Crawford
Greenwater Provincial Park : All is quiet out at the park as folks get together in each other's homes with the Cove still closed. This week Gerald tells us about the Bjorkdale craft fair and turkey shoot.
Tisdale's First Annual Toy and Model Show
Monday
November 22, 2004
by : Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale : Some show, Saturday visitors to the Golden Age Centre were treated to an amazing display of diecast agricultural models, scratch built farm models, and a variety of other collections and models.

Black Capped Chickadee: Poecile atricapilla
Tuesday
November 23, 2004
by : Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale : These all year round residents, who are remarkably monogamous make their homes from coast to coast across North America and as you can see sometimes eat upside down.
How anti-American is she, really?
Tuesday
November 23, 2004
by : Marjaleena Repo
Saskatoon : Though the news and her former party leader have tried to paint this Missassauga member of parliament as a loud mouth who does not think through what she is saying, this is perhaps a biased opinion, as she may well be telling people what they don't want to hear.
Three and three-quarter more years, Three and three-quarter more years, Three and three-quarter more years
Tuesday
November 23, 2004
By : Timothy W. Shire & Edwin Wallace
Tisdale : Ralph Klein won again to no surprise to anyone. He has a majority of 3:1 of his opposition but Alberta papers consider his victory a loss. Go figure. What is even more interesting as one of Canada's most economically important provinces, the provincial election was not reported in any detail in most Eastern Canadian newspapers.
Trojans take Blazers 3 - 2
Wednesday
November 24
by : Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale : Tuesday night the fans at the RECPlex were treated to an exceptional low scoring hockey game as the Saskatoon Blazer who are in second place in the league met their match and then some, in a 3 -2 victory for the hard skating Trojan squad.
Greenspan Hits the Trifecta: Dollar's Decline Inevitable
Wednesday
November 24, 2004
by : Mark Weisbrot
Washington : Like selecting the win, place and show positions in a horse race the United States treasury official has let the word out, this can't go on.
"I must go down to the seas again"
Thursday
November 25, 2004
by : Ken Jones and John Masefield
Nova Scotia : When I studied John Masefield's "Sea Fever" in high school it was quaint and the words interesting but it really meant nothing until two days ago when Ken Jones sent me these amazing pictures of the Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia taken in late October of this year.
Curbing Crib Death
Thursday
November 25, 2004
by : Bev Currie
Swift Current : New Zealand claims to have ended the scurge of Crib Death, the leading cause of death to infants in Canada. The remarkable story and its references suggest a really simple and inexpensive preventative measure to a killer.
Tisdale Trojans part of midnight madness
Friday
November 26, 2004
by : Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale : Ranked fifth in the league so far the Tisdale Trojans are the pride of the community. The whole team was on hand Friday night at the mall to say hello to their fans and demonstrate some skills.
Parkland Photography club meeting for November 2004
Friday
November 26, 2004
by : Gerald Crawford
Greenwater Provincial Park : Good picture are often a matter of luck but great pictures are an entirely different thing and the Parkland Photography club works on being great at each and every monthly meeting.
A perception of the disorder in the New World Order: Canadian health care, the falling American dollar, universitiesí independence
Friday
November 26, 2004
by : Mario deSantis
Prince Albert : Though Canada's health care system, the falling American dollar and the reliance of Canadian universities upon money from private business seem to be completely different topics Mr. deSantis is pointing out that this is our world and we have to accept responsibility for thinking things through and we need to object when the appropriate compromise between "need and greed" goes unchecked. This story needs some careful consideration and you will have to refer to the references to grasp the complexities of these inter-related issues.