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Saturday, September 28, 2002

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Volume 5, N. 129

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Barenaked Ladies
September 28, 2002
One day they were standing in our back yard adorned in their fine yellow garment with just a touch of green, the next morning the garments were falling away and the next day they stood their cold and completely naked. This page includes a QuickTime version of Neil Young's "Harvest Moon."

Today In Ensign

- Barenaked ladies
- Is this Bad?
- Leave a fair and balanced budget
- Terrorists not the poor
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Tim's Tip of the Day

We all hear of the scary stories of doctors making errors and we also know they each receive years of training and extended painstaking apprenticeships, yet we head off to the pharmacy regularly buying over the counter medicines most of which we have no clue what ever what they might do or interfer with. Does this make sense? Practicing medicine without a license is far more dangerous than sinking your life savings into a sure bet on 649 lotto tickets.

Ensign Notes

Ouch! A simple hitch in the use of Apple's new Jaguar (MAC OS 10.2) result in chronic damage to this page taking seven hours to repair last night. So if you happened to come to this site last night you saw the results. Just goes to show that progress is not always something that goes ahead.

Is this bad?
September 28, 2002
This story relates an actual incident this week from a Saskatoon medical facility. With no one in charge and no one responsible, no one is safe.
September 28, 2002
Mike Reilly has considered what is looking more and more like a new government in this post-Martin time and is recommending the government focus its priorities and leave its patronage in the past.
Terrorists not poor
September 28, 2002
Kristy Sewell takes exception with the wide spread belief and perception that the poor of the world are responsible for terrorism and instead she points out that it is the lack of democracy to be consider the real problem and points out what that most of the terrorist involved in the 9-11 attack were from oil rich Saudi Arabia.
Parkland Photography September Meeting
September 27, 2002
Mary Wright's third place image is seen here as the thirteen members enjoyed an evening together and Gerald Crawford tells and shows us what the meeting was about.
Federal inaction must end
September 27, 2002
It looks like the oceans, especially the one abundant Atlantic Grand Banks are running close to empty and it also looks like many countries are determined to finish off what's left. David Jackson, of Ottawa demands that the government of Canada do something about the impending disaster.
Throne Speech Preview
September 27, 2002
Walter Robinson has some serious misgivings about the prospects of the federal government's spending intentions and tosses out some suggestions about aboriginal problems.
Tisdale School Division Official Grand Opening of Welding programme
September 26, 2002
This morning at 11:30 TMSS saw the official launch of its partnered programme with Northern Steel Industries and Beeland Co-op Association who are participating in developing the new industrial welding programme.
Where are the great orators?
September 25, 2002
In other times the words of individuals have inspired those who heard them changing their lives forever. Ron Thornton longs for a Canadian speaker who will step forward and do what others have done in other times and places. Included on this page are the full QuickTime audio track of a Winston Churchill speech and the magnificient "I have a dream" speech of Martin Luther King.
Does Paul Martin share the blame? I wonder!
September 25, 2002
Rebecca Gingrich and Ross Vaughan from Ontario suggest that Joe Hueglin left out a few things in his Monday article.
Challengers instead of SeaKings
September 25, 2002
Richard P. Neumann tells us about the dangers of the old Helicopters which the government has had nine years to do something about.
Summer 1946
September 24, 2002
The war had ended officially but in the minds of these young people who had grown up in the 1930 and held their breath through the war, was it time to exhale? (This page includes a QuickTime music clip)
The Greenwater report
September 23, 2002
As fall sweeps over the countryside we get to check out the agricutlure scene as winter wheat is being planted.
Does Paul Martin share the blame?
September 23, 2002
As so many Ontario and Quebec Liberals want to defer sainthood on the former finance minister, Joe Hueglin points out that we must on ignore what he did in office.
The First official day of fall
September 22, 2002
Yesterday it was blustery, with an icey wind, squalls and almost violent sunshine.
The bad economics of the Bushes: The new doctrine of a never ending war
September 22, 2002
Mario deSantis suspects that the world is dealing with a repeat performance as Bush junior follows a similar militaristic pattern and the consequential economic fall out will be similar to that produced by his father's leadership.
Inflation calculator
September 22, 2002
Ken Styan spotted an interesting web site that will figure out what something would cost new today when you input the cost at its vintage date.

Bottom Of The Page Picture of the Day

Three noble chairs sit ready for immediate duty in the waiting room at the Tisdale RCMP detachment,
made in St. Lambert Quebec and doing their duty in Tisdale for the past forty-two years.

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