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Friday, June 25, 2003 Ensign Front Page Volume 7, N. 28

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Batoche Once More
Wednesday, June 25, 2003
by: Timothy & Judy Shire
An opportunity to share a visit to the Batoche Historical Park with the grade eight and nine students from Kelliher let us see the site and all that it symbolises. These pictures tell the story. This story includes 71 pictures and a 1MB QuickTime VR.

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* Batoche Once More - TWS
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* Albert St. Bridge crash - Stu Innes
* Radwanski farewell - Ken Wilson
* Bubble Continues - Mario deSantis
* On his watch - Mike Reilly

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Tim's Tip of the Day

We all know that Burger Baron (Prince Albert) makes a good hamburger but yesterday we were enjoying a great Burger Baron hamburger on the outdoor picnic tables and a waitress came out side and pour an extra cup of coffee for our neighbour. Outstanding!

Ensign Notes

Summer holidays: That's right, 2003 is the first year since 1991 that we have had a chance to take a holiday. During June, July and the first two weeks of August we will have some intermittant days when Ensign will not post. Our plan is to do some tripping and camping here in Saskatchewan.Story today and tomorrow only as we have to be away for a little while but check out the site we hope to post as often as possible, destinations include:Regina Thursday, Swift Current, Hazlet, then Crooked Lake for July 1 and then to Winnipeg.

The Kamsack conundrum
Tuesday, June 24, 2003
by: Timothy W. Shire
Just as many, perhaps more people yet how do you attract business and young people to a small Saskatchewan town, even one with such a rich tradition in history and culture.

The Greenwater Report
Monday, June 23, 2003
by: Gerald Crawford
Time to catch up on happenings at the park as school groups have been holding their outings, fishing stories, neighbours come and go as life goes on at one of Saskatchewan's busiest parks.

A tax cut for all Canadians
Monday, June 23, 2003
by: Walter Robinson
Good for all Canadians, fair and reasonable the best thing that could be done for the Canadian tax payer is increase the person exemption on Income tax.

The Privatization of the Rule of Law: The Immunity Legislations for tycoon Berlusconi and hegemonic America
Monday, June 23, 2003
by: Mario deSantis
It is disturbing indeed to find out that the Italian Premier merely passes a law to prevent his conviction of corruption but even more disturbing that the United States is forcing nations around the world to sign agreements exempting Americans from War Crimes. Looks like Hitler and Musolini would have been better off to have had better lawyers.

"Psst, Need a new ship for your fleet?"
Monday, June 23, 2003
by: Rebecca Gingrich
Being a wealthy ship owner and claiming that it is in a "blind trust" is just not going to work. Paul Martin may become the leader of the Liberal Party because he has bought and paid for its membership but Canadian voters are unlikely to elect someone who does his banking off shore and has his corporate hand out for corporate welfare.

Space Ship clouds
Sunday, June 22, 2003
by: Timothy W. Shire
"A bit breezing" is how most Saskatchewan people would have described the gale force winds that dashed across the province Thursday.

Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, checks out Saskatchewan
Thursday, June 19, 2003
by: Ken Jones
With a press pass representing Tourism Saskatchewan our Regina man on the scene was there this afternoon when the Prince arrived in the Queen City.

No means no!, Harper's cynical approach, and the Doctrine enunciated
Thursday, June 19, 2003
by: Dale Swirsky, Thomas Curran and Joe Hueglin
Unless you are an Alberta separatist few Canadians have much love for the sardonic Stephen Harper but this week he seems to have truly moved over the line and drawn a good deal of displeasure from members of the Progressive Conservative Party. Though each of these stories have a different direction to the condemnation we can see that Harper has ruffled some feathers and combined the three give a good picture of why.

Strapko Construction builds TecWater
Thursday, June 19, 2003
by: Timothy W. Shire
The empty property across from the Town office that was reclaimed last year is now the site of the construction of a new building for TecWater who currently operates from the North part of town.

The SIGMA ANALYTICS poll doesn't absolve the bigoted Saskatoon police
Thursday, June 19, 2003
by: Mario deSantis
Yesterday Mario told us how polls were being used to create, rather than measure public opinion, today he gives us an example of this process at work in Saskatoon.

Tunnel Vision
Thursday, June 19, 2003
by: Sherri Northcott
We are very fortunate to be able to bring you this story. Fear and confusion seem to come from things we know nothing about and in this story we have a first hand explanation as to why the courts have made the decisions that have about same sex marriage. Time to widen our view.

Bush&Co's Larger Right Wing Agenda
Thursday, June 19, 2003
by: Mario deSantis
This is a warning, you can choose to ignore the growing body of imperical evidence that points toward what the United States and its leadership are undertaking. But ignore it or not Mario deSantis is backing up his claims in this story with excellent sources who like he are disturbed at what they have discovered.


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Carnival well along the way of setting up on the Tisdale Mall parking lot, this evening at 6:30.

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