The Week of September 5 to 11, 2004

 

September - 7 - 8 - 10 - 11


Labour leader takes workers on mass migration
Tuesday
September 7, 2004
by : Timothy W. Shire
Sinai : Still some five thousand years later we know the slogan of one of the world's most amazing labour organisers; "Let my people go!" It seems like a good time, the day after labour day, to consider the achievements and failures that shape so many ways we all think about things.
The Greenwater Report
Tuesday
September 7, 2004
by : Gerald Crawford
Greenwater Provincial Park : The summer season ends for the park for another year and the Cove is up for sale. Time for the Crawfords to do some traveling and they show us their experiences at Blaine Lake and near Hafford.
Maple Ridge Condo begins to get topped off
Wednesday
September 8, 2004
by : Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale : Yesterday three modules of rafter structures were lifted into place and today the process of assembling the rest of the roof began atop the building.
Spacemen south of Tisdale
Wednesday
September 8, 2004
by: Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale : When I drive down the highway my mind often drifts off to the topic on the radio or to other times and places. I was more than a hundred yards by this scene before I realised that spacemen are not an every day sight along highway 35.
Tisdale Carpet Bowlers bring home Bronze from Canada Senior Summer Games
Friday
September 10, 2004
by : Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale : The carpet bowlers held a special celebration today as they ended up their competion for the day as they honoured the Saskatchewan team who achieved a bronze medal in Whitehorse on Tuesday.
The Model A
Saturday
September 11, 2004
by : Timothy W. Shire & Judy Shire
Naicam & Prince Albert : At one time it seem that nearly every car on the road was a model "A" and there were a lot of good reasons for their enormous popularity. Today we take a look a two remarkable versions of this vintage vehicle.
Ws Vision of Ownership Society: Wrong choice, Wrong direction and Wrong leadership
Saturday
September 11, 2004
by : Mario deSantis
Prince Albert : The American public has perhaps one of the most stark choices for a democracy like theirs. The polarasation and confrontational attitude is wider and deeper than seen during my lifetime and the consequences will affect the whole world.