Impediments to what should be free Paid Members Public
When you are an agricultural producer in Canada, you will generally be reliant on export sales.
Keeping Your Relationship Strong Paid Members Public
Building a strong and enduring relationship requires effort, nurturing and a shared commitment from both partners. I will outline the elements that can make or break a relationship.
Horoscope - Feb 25 - Mar 2, 2024 Paid Members Public
The Lucky Signs This Week: Scorpio, Sagittarius and Capricorn
On this day in History - February 26 Paid Members Public
February 26 1815 – Napoleon Bonaparte escapes... 1914 – HMHS Britannic, sister to the RMS Titanic, is... 1980 – Egypt and Israel establish...
Craik RCMP responded to a fatal house fire Paid Members Public
At approximately 12:30 p.m. on February 18, 2024, Craik RCMP received a report of a house fire on Ottawa Street in Davidson, Saskatchewan.
Accepting Others Paid Members Public
As a psychologist and author, one of my favourite pastimes is to observe and reflect upon the human condition.
Will wearing green be lucky for McEwen? Paid Members Public
It’s the month for St. Patrick’s Day, so perhaps wearing Saskatchewan green and the luck of the Irish will mean a Brier championship for Mike O’McEwen.
Lantern Cove's Timeless Elegance Awaits Paid Members Public
Approaching the Lantern Cove a contemporary two-story home design, one is immediately struck by its unique modern exterior. The house features a shed roof, setting it apart from the more traditional homes in the neighborhood.
March Skies Paid Members Public
The Moon begins the month in the phase called “waning gibbous,” meaning humped, like a camel’s back, and waning means decreasing.
Worrying What Others Think Paid Members Public
Caring too much what others think of you is a common experience for many. It is natural, though not always healthy, to desire validation and approval from others. When this concern becomes excessive, it can negatively impact or wellbeing and hinder our personal growth.
Requisite skills Paid Members Public
There are a number of visions for the future of farming, none likely to be completely right, but one aspect that will be part of that future is autonomous technology. One increasing barrier to farming is finding staff.
Horoscope - Feb 18 - Feb 24, 2024 Paid Members Public
The Lucky Signs This Week: Leo, Virgo and Libra
On this day in History - February 19 Paid Members Public
1954 – Transfer of Crimea: The Soviet Politburo of the Soviet Union orders... 1963 – The publication of Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique reawakens... 1968 – Mister Roger’s Neighborhood made..
Thimbleberry Is Your Perfect Retreat Paid Members Public
Welcome to the Thimbleberry, a captivating shingle-style house plan nestled on a sloped lot, offering a harmonious blend of rustic allure and modern comfort. Its distinctive hexagonal floor plan invites exploration and sparks the imagination, ensuring each visit is filled with delightful surprises.
No overarching policy Paid Members Public
When you have been writing in the agriculture field for well over three decades, you are rather aware that the issue of wetlands and whether farmers should be able to drain them is a long-standing issue that is often rather divisive as well.