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Rialto Now Story Leads To Changes At City Hall & Coverage By Local Media

“Don’t ever let anyone tell you that your voice isn’t powerful” says editor David Phillips of the Internet site loosely named in the San Bernardino Sun article printed Sunday morning by Jim Stienberg.  322 more words

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The dead of winter has brought a rare and brutal weather system to Saskatoon

Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips has been studying weather for 50 years, but has never before heard of the weather system afflicting Saskatoon — a Mackenzie Clipper. 244 more words

Local News

Not a record snowfall, but it sure looks like one

This winter, the Citizen’s Tom Spears looks at what makes our coldest season tick. It’s a series we call The Science of Winter, and today we searched around for a topic until somebody looked out the window and noticed all that snow. 567 more words

Local News

Fort McMurray wildfire tops list of Canada's biggest 2016 weather stories

TORONTO – The “beast” of a wildfire that charred Fort McMurray, Alta., was named Canada’s biggest weather story of the year in an annual list compiled by the country’s top meteorologists. 1,159 more words

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What weather will Christmas bring?

There isn’t much snow on the ground, but experts still believe Saskatoon could have a white Christmas.

According to Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips, an incoming storm front will bring snow into Saskatchewan during the Christmas weekend — but perhaps not all the way to Saskatoon in time for Sunday. 344 more words

Local News

When I first heard of Humboldt

John S. Burton of Regina writes:

David Phillips’ comments (Leader-Post, Dec. 5) on our remarkable November weather were very interesting. One comment was of particular interest to me. 81 more words

Regina

Line Drawing

By Professor David Phillips

A key activity of those involved with “law,” whether it’s in the context of creating law or applying law to given facts, is either to draw lines or to decipher on which side of a line a certain activity falls. 1,184 more words

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