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Thursday, October 10, 2002

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Volume 5, N. 141

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Canola, golden beads
October 10, 2002
A hardy oil seed crop that has delivered outstanding food value and could be the source of abundant renewable energy.

Today In Ensign

- Canola, golden beads
- Auditor General issues wake up call
- Once Proud military - Jason Inness
- US election and Iraq - Neumann
- No pressure for publics' interest

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Tim's Tip of the Day

Even though the US president has forced the dockworkers back to work on the American West Coast the damage has already been done and the economic effects will spread through North American for two to three months.

Ensign Notes

As the combines hummed into the night last night we are in Indian Summer and Tom Roberts said its perfectly right to call this mid season by this name.

Auditor General issues another "wake up call" government still snoozin'
October 10, 2002
Walter Robinson reports the concern we all should have about the government's extremely slow reaction to problems brought up in other reports by the Auditor General.
Once proud military
October 10, 2002
Jason Inness laments the now glaring fact that even at the miserable level our armed forces are now at in eighteen months we will no longer even be able to support the present low and poorly equipped soldiers, airmen and sailors now in service.
United States election in November and Iraq
October 10, 2002
Richard Neumann shares his thoughts on the relationship between George Bush's desire to thump out Saddam and his dire need to retain seats in the Congress and Senate as the election is only a couple of weeks away.
No pressure for publics' interest
October 10, 2002
Joe Hueglin points out the odd ideas that the government has about ethics when it comes to coming down hard on MPs and Senators and ignoring cabinet ministers and their behaviour.
Construction updates
October 9, 2002
A month ago we went through the various project underway in town and today we have individual reports on houses under construction, the A&W, expansion at Nuform and Northern Steel's upgrade to the Fripp plant.
Canada's Armed Forces unprepared, under supported and over committed
October 8, 2002
Richard Neumann points out the foolishness and downright dangerous nature of the present course of inaction by the federal government. Canada, the very definition of our land as an independent country is now openly in question as we appear no longer a viable entity.
Children stealing from children
October 8, 2002
Two abandoned bicycles mar the normal outstanding level of trust in this Saskatchewan rural community.
The Greenwater Report
October 7, 2002
Gerald Crawford has some fabulous eye candy pictures of the snow last week and all the details in this week's report.
Careless Disregard
October 7, 2002
Derrall Bellaire from London Ontario reflects what so many Canadians feel as they worry about the credibility and safety of Canadian Armed Forces when the federal government seems so disinterested in their needs.
It was a throne speech we all could relate to
October 7, 2002
Ron Thornton is trying hard to curb is wild enthusiasm for the Prime Minister's throne speech a week ago today.
Manley and the monarchy
October 7, 2002
The minister of finance, the deputy prime minister and candidate for leadership of the Liberal party does not have the option of voicing personal views and when he spoke out in Montreal against the monarchy the reaction has been very strong. Here are three views from White Rock, Niagara Falls and Victoria. This story has extensive background stories using PDFs so the information will remain with this story long after they disappear from the media web sites.
"Through thick and through thin, all out or all in we're goin' to go through it together"
October 6, 2002
What can you expect if you are a really short person in this world?
Exotic auction sale
October 5, 2002
A big crowd on hand for today's exotics sale at the Tisdale Livestock Centre.
New autobody shop
October 4, 2002
Work began today on a new shop beside the Tisdale School Division Bus shop.
Lutheran rummage sale
October 4, 2002
On for today and tomorrow the Lutheran church is holding its fall sale, definitely worth a look.
Okay, maybe it will be an 8.5% GST
October 4, 2002
Walter Robinson of the Canadian Tax Payer's Federation is concerned that governments will decide just to spend more money rather than examine the way they are currently spending money on health care.
Second Day
October 4, 2002
The leaking water line turned into a two day project as they had to replace the entire intersection.

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If you look close you can see our neighbours installing storm windows this morning at 9:30 making
use of the excellent weather to prepare for the coming winter.

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