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Meet the donors: Who is shelling out the big bucks in the Sask. Party leadership race?

A small group of individuals and associated companies are responsible for one-quarter of the money donated so far in the race to decide Saskatchewan’s next premier. 630 more words

Saskatchewan

Paul Hill - White Peak Dark Peak

Paul Hill’s work White Peak Dark Peak was another reference that my tutor mentioned I should take a look at for Assignment 1.

Hill’s work deals with human traces and scars left by animals on the landscape. 249 more words

Research And Reflection

#OTD in 1974 – Guildford Pub Bombing by the IRA leaves five dead and a further 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. 420 more words

Irish History

#OTD in 2014 – Author and activist, Gerry Conlon dies of cancer, aged 60.

“I have been in prison for something I did not do. I am totally innocent. The Maguire Seven are innocent. Let’s hope the Birmingham Six are freed.” 493 more words

Irish History

#OTD in 1994 – Paul Hill, one of the ‘Guildford Four’, won his appeal against a murder conviction in Belfast.

An appeals court overturned a 19-year-old murder conviction against Paul Hill, who spent nearly 15 years in prison for two IRA attacks that he insisted he never committed. 633 more words

Irish History

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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