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Wednesday, October 23, 2002

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Volume 5, N. 154

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Archerwill a well kept secret
October 24, 2002
You pass through the village of Archerwill in a few seconds never once realising the beauty and business that lurks behind those trees.

Today In Ensign

- Archerwill a well kept secret
- SaskEnergy makesits mark
Tomorrow in Ensign
- Mr. Veggi and the healthy lunch
- The Metis Nation of Saskatchewan
- Why the Sudden Change (Martin)

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Tim's Tip of the Day

Yesterday a Canadian Yan Martel, won the prestegious "Brooker award" for literature and said this morning about being born in Spain of Canadian parents and making his home in Montreal while teaching in Berlin, that Canada is a multicultural country without a known culture of its own.

Ensign Notes

Very late Ensign today as I was down at Archerwill for most of the day.

SaskEnergy makes its mark
October 24, 2002
A new line on the South side of Tisdale results in digging a hole near the busiest piece of Saskatchewan highway in this part of Saskatchewan.
Tisdale School Division signs partner deal with RM of Tisdale, Credit Union and Metis Nation of Saskatchewan
October 22, 2002
Tisdale Middle and Secondary School's alternative programme has been identified as a very positive educational concept for the community and three partners have stepped forward to purchase a storefront location and provide the place with equipment and support.
The Free Market has corrupted the balance between public and private interests: Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and Lo Statuto dei Lavoratori
October 22, 2002
Mario deSantis is back after a one month trip to Italy. Seeing the land of his childhood drastically altered as even the post office is privatized and experiencing first hand the deep unrest and potential trouble brewing as the people of Italy feel the pinch of the President's Americanisation of their country.
Words and deeds don't match
October 22, 2002
Mike Reilly notes that having being the most powerful cabinet minister for the past nine years it is a bit late for Paul Martin to start talking about the democratic deficit.
Looks like winter to me
October 22, 2002
Here are set of pictures that show what it was like at 10:00 this morning with the frost on the trees and sun dogs in the sky.
Prince Albert at 7:00 Sunday night
October 21, 2002
This is a hard look at downtown Prince Albert, a place with the architecture and setting to a beautiful city. This pages includes a 2MB QuickTime VR panorama of Central Street.
The Greenwater report
October 21, 2002
Gerald Crawford's spectacular pictures of the arrival of what looks a lot like winter to Greenwater park. Time for dinner theatre and travel through the changing weather of the season.
Asking the questions others de-Klien to
October 21, 2002
Ron Thornton is perturbed with Alberta's premier who seems pretty quiet lately about his province's need to protect their pollution making nest egg when faced with the federal government's political agenda of signing the Kyoto Accord.
Agricore replaces UGG
October 21, 2002
Time to change the sign. Agricore and UGG announced their merger last November and now the Valparaiso terminal has switched its signage.
One Up one down
October 20, 2002
As the sun set last night the moon was rising these pictures tell the story. But there is much more to all this than meets the eye.
1950 Ford Custom sedan
October 19, 2002
On October 29 this car and several other classics will be sold at auction but first here is a look at this fifty-two year old car.
And . . . then it snowed
October 18, 2002
The trials and tribulations of the crop of 2002 are not over as what is left in the field was covered with a fairly heavy layer of snow yesterday.
The right to education
October 18, 2002
Be sure to check the reference on this story as it fills in the details about a strike of the educational assistants in Hamilton Ontario. Mark Alan Whittle explains the action he is taking to attempt to get something close to fairness for his disabled son. This discrimnatory strike only affects the disabled children and clearly is an issue that we all need to be concerned about as it is how we treat those least fortunate that a society is judged.
Our new car
October 18, 2002
The RCMP has put some Chevy Impalas to work as police cars ending the domination of the rear wheel drive Ford Crown Victoria.
Kyoto’s many questions all lead to the same answer: Referendum
October 18, 2002
If you haven't already figured this one out, the reason the Prime Minister is going for ratifying the Kyoto Accord is because he knows already from polling that Canadians want something done about pollution. Walter Robinson of the Canadian Tax Payer's Federation has spotted the need for Canadians to be informed and to discuss this issue because it will certainly affect each and every Canadian's way of life.
St. Matthew's fall sale
October 17, 2002
The church hall was crowded this morning as the fall rummage sale got underway.
Paul (and now John) borrowing to appear to have paid.
October 17, 2002
Joe Hueglin points out the glaring reality that the Federal government's apparent surplus of almost $9 billion has been produced by charging excessive amounts for the money taken from employees and employers in Employment Insurance which is now considered another form of direct taxation.
What about the dinosaurs?
October 17, 2002
Scarborough Progressive riding president Peggy Merritt feels that the Federal government has been distracted in its handling of the Kyoto issue and feels that without cooperation between North American governments little can be achieved.
Cut back on unneeded "other" spending
October 17, 2002
Mike Reilly points out a very disturbing factor that has been raised by the auditor general as taxes have risen, services reduced and debt reduction unchanged yet the government continues to spend and keep on spending and spending 12% of the country's Gross Domestic Product on "other" budget items.

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A red barn in Archerwill as seen today at 1:30.

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