The Week of June 22 to June 28, 2003

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.
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.
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.
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.
Albert Street Bridge Crash
Thursday, June 26, 2003
by: Stu Innes
Even at the modest speeds that occur in city traffic when things come apart the results can be really rough. This incident occurred Tuesday afternoon in Regina involving an SUV, a van, a taxi and a truck pulling a trailer.
Radwanski out of the frypan into the fire
Thursday, June 26, 2003
by: Ken Wilson
What's this our hero George, defender of the privacy of all needed to be a private as possible as Ken Wilson asks some serious questions about this departed civil servant.
America is experiencing a big economic bubble ready to deflate: The Free Market competition for grabbing scarcer resources
Thursday, June 26, 2003
by: Mario deSantis
The American economy accounts for fifth of all world trade and it is in a serious mess with a growing deficit, a trade deficit and mounting debt from its war adventures. It would be nice if this were their problem but unfortunately because of the dominance of their imposition of their system on the rest of the world we all will share in their catastrophic decline.
On his watch
Thursday, June 26, 2003
by: Mike Reilly
Radwanski appears to have been quite a guy but to heap blame on him is just too easy when we realise that he was appointed by someone and all of his misspent money had to come from some where. Mike Reilly lays some of the blame with Paul Martin.