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Mandryk: "Wallidays" need to be thought through

There are any number of reasons why public servants are right to be outraged at Finance Minister Kevin Doherty’s suggestion of “Wallidays” that would require them take one unpaid day off a month. 680 more words

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Strong population numbers still secret of Wall's success

Critics of Premier Brad Wall may be right that his wild popularity neatly coincided with Saskatchewan’s best economic years.

This isn’t, however, the whole story of Wall’s success. 666 more words

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Time to end Wall's stipend, and big-time political donations

Premier Brad Wall won’t change his policy of taking salary from the Saskatchewan Party for the same reason he won’t change the province’s ludicrous political donation policies. 659 more words

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Assignment 6 - Version Ready for Assessment

Assignment 6 – Ready for Assessment

Much of the written content of this Assignment log is similar to the log which I sent to my tutor for comment. 4,674 more words

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1974 – Guildford pub bombing by the IRA leaves 5 dead and 65 injured.

The Provisional Irish Republican Army detonated two 6-pound gelignite bombs at two pubs in Guildford, England. The pubs were targeted because they were popular with British Army personnel. 409 more words

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'Social impact bond' a first for Canadian schools

Ashantay McKenzie-Missens came back to her old school to vouch for it.

She’s now studying at Luther College High School, but she spent three good years at Regina’s Mother Teresa Middle School, which she called “amazing.” 493 more words

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