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Privacy Trumps the Public’s Right to Know in Murders

Should police have to name the victim of a homicide? The issue raised its head again a month or...

With Organics, City Putting the Cart Before the Horse

One of the most common questions I hear about council and city hall is, “Does anyone there know what they are doing?”...

Weyburn Council’s Decision On Group Home Infuriating

One morning last week I did something I don’t normally do — I wrote an angry letter. Usually I...

I’m Even More Scared of Pigeons Than Their Poop

I always had a feeling those pigeons were up to no good. The extent of that not-goodness, however, amazed even me, non-lover...

Gift of an Instant Pot Becomes a Tale of Woe

A year and something ago, the dots (aka the daughters) gifted me with the hottest new North American kitchen trend: an electric...

Remai Gallery Too ‘Modern’ For Us Prairie Folk

Former Remai Modern CEO Gregory Burke recently penned his own professional eulogy, published in the StarPhoenix. He didn’t hesitate...

Bike Lanes Not a Good Use Of Taxpayers’ Dollars

I’m going to make myself deeply unpopular with a very vocal Saskatoon demographic — cyclists — but that’s OK. We need to...

China Ban on Canola Falls in Trump’s Lap

Let me see if I understand this ridiculous China-canola-Canada-U.S.-Iran mess correctly. In December, President Donald Trump got cranky at...

Remai Modern Resignations Don’t Paint a Pretty Picture

Up, down, blue, brown. So many weighty decisions.   It bears repeating that major civic facilities are built primarily...

Tennis Ace On Strike

In draw 18 at the world men’s curling championship, skip Kevin Koe and Team Canada dumped Switzerland 10-3 in six ends. In...

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