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Rope-a-Doper, American Style: Don't Do As I Do, Do As I Say

Before we get started, a moment of silence, please, for Mitt Romney, who collapsed and died on Tuesday following his fourth consecutive multiple orgasm of vindication, at A.R. 3,124 more words


Why Iran's New Parliament is a Big Deal

On May 28, Iran’s newly elected parliament was sworn in. It is the 10th — and potentially the most consequential — elected assembly since the founding of the Islamic Republic in 1979. 1,919 more words


Conformity - Reject It

There’s so much about this Universe we don’t understand. Look inside yourself. Find out what you stand for…what matters most to you. Do right by the individuals you encounter but don’t conform to anything you don’t believe in…governments, religions, societies, businesses, etc. 17 more words

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Crop Report 2016 - May 17 to May 23

Great strides were made this past week, as 81 per cent of the crop is now seeded, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report.  Warm and dry weather has allowed producers to remain well ahead of the five year (2011-2015) seeding average of 59 per cent. 221 more words


Pilot Program Improves Support for Breast Cancer Patients

HealthLine 811, in partnership with Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, has launched a new initiative for breast cancer patients in Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region. 410 more words


June 1 to 7 is deafblind awareness week

The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed June 1-7, 2016, as Deafblind Awareness Week to raise the profile of this unique disability in Saskatchewan.

Individuals are considered deafblind if they have a combined loss of both hearing and vision to the point that neither can be used as a primary source of information gathering.  293 more words