Monday December 5, 2005
by : Ron Thornton Edmonton : This editorial gives us a look at the conservative point of view as Mr. Thornton shows us a distinctly alternative view to the issues in this election. (It is important to note that the views expressed in this and other articles are the views of the authors and are not to be considered the editorial point of view of this web site. In a democracy it is of the utmost importance that the widest possible spectrum of opinion be considered to give the voter both a chance to be informed and that the option of freedom of speech be considered with reverence.)
Tuesday December 6 , 2005
by : Gerald Crawford Greenwater Provincial Park : Showtime as the Crawfords share with us their enjoyment of the Archerwill musical production. We also get the skinny on big game hunting
December 7 , 2005
by : Bob Bliss Kitchener Ontario : There is no question that the problem of Quebec sepoaratism is once again on the political hot plate. Bob Bliss is a prominent Ontario Conservative and in this article is encouraging his leader and party to accept the challenge of the feelings in Quebec and establish a Canadian policy that will be for the ultimate good of the country.
Wednesday December 7, 2005
by : Stu Innes Regina : During the election there has been, and there will continue to be a lot of talk about Medicare. Mr. Innes feels that we once had a superior Medicare system and its time we recovered what we once had and he suggests how we might achieve that goal.
Thursday December 8, 2005
by : Timothy W. Shire
Langbank : We usually present pictorial stories on this web site but today we have a rather lengthy story that begins with a discussion of snow flakes and drifts off to another chapter on dogs and paperboys.