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Monday, October 27, 2003
Ensign Front Page Volume 7, No. 106



Friday there was snow
Monday
October 27, 2003
by: Timothy and Judy Shire
la Ronge: Driving back to Tisdale from LaRonge the scene was definitely that of winter.


Regina drying up
Monday
October 27, 2003
by: Matthew Shire
Regina: This is a collection of some pictures in Regina taken this past week that shows the emptying of lake.

The Greenwater report
Monday
October 27, 2003
by: Gerald Crawford
Greenwater Provincial Park: Snow, more snow and rain wet down the park a bit but Gerald has time to get to a farmers market, a dinner theatre, fall supper and Kelvington's Harvest Hoedown.

1500 Monday - Broken cumulus 6/8ths 2,000, ceiling 2,000, visibility 15, 0º, wind 25 knots at 330º, altimeter 29.46, rain ended-- WeatherLog

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Today In Ensign

* Judy Shire - Snow Friday
* Matthew Shire - Regina images last week
* Gerald Crawford - The Greenwater Report
* Timothy W. Shire - Tisdale Writer's group
* Judy Shire - LaRonge sunset
* Judy Shire - A new street in la Ronge
tomorrow in Ensign
* Bev Currie - 11¢ on the $1.00
* Joe Hueglin - Swamping the vote
* Matthew Shire - Canadian prairie sunset
* Walter Robinson - Cuckoo Choo Choo

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Tim's Tip of the Day

If you are a new user of the Macintosh OS X and would like some help to understand the inner workings of your computer's operating system. Apple produced an outstanding CD and provides a web site to help you with the transistion. For more info contact me.

Kevin's find of the day

Selling you a new past. The British publication, The Independent published an article on Tuesday that is troubling to say the very least. Advertisers have discovered that they can alter your perception of the use of a product so that even if you didn't like it you will think it was good. The concept is called "Memory Morphing" and there is a good chance it has already been in use for some time.

Ensign Notes

Unfortunately, an illness interrupted plans to post Saturday and Sunday, but feeling better today and forging forward.


Tisdale Writers Group celebrates fifteen year anniversary
Monday
October 27, 2003
by: Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale: Saturday afternoon the writers of this prestigeous group did readings from their latest work an anthology for the group.

laRonge sunset
Monday
October 27, 2003
by: Timothy and Judy Shire
laRonge: These scenes are dramatic and share with us the moments photographed by Judy Shire last wednesday as the day came to a close.

A new street in laRonge
Monday
October 27, 2003
by: Timothy and Judy Shire
laRonge: Development is the norm in Saskatchewan's most central Northern centre as it continues to grow year after year and a new street is being cut through the forest.

Mark Pitzel New Democratic Candidate for Carrot River Valley
Friday
October 24, 2003
by: Mark Pitzel
Tisdale: Its about what is important to a civil society and recognising what is good and how to retain the elements of Saskatchewan life that make it a good place to live and raise a family. (This page contains a QuickTime video clip of nearly 6MB but will stream in download.)

Finding Nemo
Friday
October 24, 2003
by: Timothy W. Shire (Images by: PIXAR)
Tisdale: Here is a short review of the very best picture I have seen this year. Created by PIXAR and distributed by Disney and showing as a free matinee Saturday and Sunday in Tisdale.

The Free Market needs restructuring and Conventional Economists need a new mind: People before Money, Employment before GDP
Friday
October 24, 2003
by: Mario deSantis
Nipawin: Throughout the world the economic situation for all developing countries has been a failure for the past twenty years, since the prominence of the World Bank and the International Monitary Fund with one single exception, China. This very well researched article with its references exposes the deep set cause for so much resentment and hostility toward the world's only remaining superpower.

First snow of the season
Friday
October 24, 2003
by: Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale: It is inevitable, once a year the snow falls and after that it tends to fall again and again. It has begun.

Shallow-brained sellout
Thursday
October 23, 2003
by: Judith Koritar
Lennoxville, Quebec: A poem to let you consider the merger of two of Canada's political parties.

Curling season sliding along
Wednesday
October 22, 2003
by: Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale: The curling season got underway this week in Tisdale.

The end of a national alternative
Wednesday
October 22, 2003
by: Joe Hueglin
Niagara Falls: With the membership of the Progressive Conservative Party open Canadian Alliance members are buying up memberships and will be eligible to vote on a merger with the Alliance. To many Progressive Conservatives it looks like their party has been hijacked.

The Saskatchewan Party In Carrot River Valley
Tuesday
October 21, 2003
by: Allan Kerpan
Tisdale: Here you get to hear and see the candidate for the Saskatchewan Party, Allan Kerpan gives you his intentions and what he aims to do as member of what he expects as a Saskatchewan Party government after the provincial election. This page has a 1.8MB QuickTime video clip of Mr. Kerpan.

A decade of taxpayer abuse from politicians and bureaucrats alike
Tuesday
October 21, 2003
by: Walter Robinson
Ottawa: What is most objectionable about the present government has been its bold dishonesty about the reasons it collected taxes and what it did with the money. This story lists the violatons of public trust and suggests that Paul Martin is likely to follow this same trend for indeed it was he that carried out most of the deception in the past.

Wasn't this province down that very road?
Tuesday
October 21, 2003
by:: Joyce Neufeld
Waldeck: Never ask a weatherman about the predictions he made yesterday about today's weather. Politicians have counted on the public thinking in terms of weather rather than consequences of bad government and Joyce Neufeld provides us with a quick recall of the last time election promises like the ones we are hearing this year were made and we are still paying for the tax cuts and corporate give-aways of a decade ago.

The Greenwater Report
Tuesday
October 21, 2003
by: Gerald Crawford
Greenwater Provincial Park: The flowers still bloom as fall moves along. The neighbour saw up some lumber and Gerald gives us his wisedom on cartoons, rural industry and China.

Another democratic step forward in Bolivia: Gringo Gony Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada has gone
Tuesday
October 21, 2003
by: Mario deSantis
Nipawin: Once more the oppression of colonialism and exploitation by the developed world has been sorted out as Bolivia changes presidents and the pro-American former president flees to Miami. This story is accompanied by borrowed images from various news sources taken yesterday and some outstanding references that document the story.

Total about face
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October 21, 2003
by: Rebecca Gingrich
Princeton, Ontario: Both leaders won their jobs but promising not to merge with anyone else and both have reversed their position. Now they want to go into an election without hammering out policy, they think they should be trusted.

     

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Talk about mixed messages, a Saskatchewan Party billboard on the lawn, a goblin in
the window and a street sign that says don't go down here.
Regina, Friday afternoon, by Matthew Shire.

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