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Standing up for Sask.’s producers – restrictions limit opportunities The Government of Saskatchewan is challenging the Government of Quebec’s restrictions that prevent the sale of certain margarines, coffee whiteners and dessert toppings in the Quebec market. These restrictions, says Minister responsible for Trade Tim McMillan, deny market opportunities for western oilseed producers and processors. Saskatchewan’s challenge will be considered on January 8 by a dispute resolution panel, established under the pan-Canadian Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), at a public hearing in Quebec City. The Saskatchewanled challenge is supported by the governments of Alberta, British Columbia and Manitoba. “Saskatchewan believes in free trade, and our government is committed to knocking down barriers that harm our farmers,” McMillan states. “We believe that these illegal restrictions in Quebec contravene rules that prohibit governments from creating barriers to trade in Canada.”
“Our government is committed to expanding both international and domestic market access for our producers,” Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart adds. “The Quebec market represents new growth opportunities for our Saskatchewan products and we will stand up for our producers and processors to ensure they are not discriminated against by unfair trade rules.” “We are pleased that Saskatchewan, along with the other western provinces, is showing leadership in tackling barriers to trade in Canada,” Vegetable Oil Industry of Canada President Sean McPhee says. “Our members look forward to the time when vegetable oilbased alternatives to dairy products can be manufactured and sold in all parts of Canada.” In June, the provincial government formally requested the establishment of a dispute resolution panel to determine if the restrictions by Quebec contravene the AIT. A ruling by this panel is expected by the end of March 2014.
YORKTON’S ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT saw area birdwatchers take a look at the city’s avian population. Pictured above, Geoff Rushowick and Kaarina Rahn spot a chickadee. See full story on Page 5.
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Examining floating rate funds Investors are yield hungry and that desire is not likely to diminish anytime soon. According to Canaccord Genuity analysts the number of baby boomers in the Canadian population is expected to increase almost two-fold, reaching 39% over the next 15 years. Not surprisingly, they want low volatility, income-producing investments. Particular focus has been on fixed income. With the likelihood of increased rates in the not-too-distant future, investors are seeking products that can provide protection while still generating a reliable yield. Some have looked to mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) focused on floating rate loans. These products have drawn considerable interest in recent years, but are often misunderstood. As their name denotes, these funds invest in floating rate loans. They are debt instruments whose coupon rates vary based on a predetermined spread above a benchmark rate that is regularly reset. The most commonly used benchmark is the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR), which is essentially the average rate that the most creditwor-
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Predictions of weather, wealth, sports and perpetual beefs Ed, my neighbor next door, celebrated the New Year’s Eve in style. He and Ruby always host a party that ushers out the old year, like a greased pig, and the New Year in like a newly hatched gosling. Ed says there that is no hanging on to an old year as it is as slippery as a greased pig. The New Year comes in like a gosling that just pecked its way out of the egg. That goose tends to act out of control until about the end of April. By then, those who have made it through the winter will have renewed hope for the rest of the year. At their party, Ed gave his predictions for 2014, which he claims his family and friends consider well worth memorizing for reference during the coming year. I have suggested that Ed just type them up, so they have a copy for reference, but he claims they need to be passed by word of mouth since they are almost restricted information. In Ed’s weather fore-
Neighborly Advice According to Ed by Raymond Maher www.accordingtoed.com cast for the year, he predicted that, in 2014, the winter will be seasonable, the spring will be late and wet, the summer will be dry and cool, the fall will be wet, and winter will come in October. The best crop to plant will be oats. Ed warned that, no one, should plant canola as the price will crumble in the coming year.” Ed’s prediction for sports was brief, another Grey Cup for the Roughriders in 2014. Ed warned about ‘March Madness.’ In March, money markets around the world will become as stable as, a flag blowing in the wind, and folks will put their money in their mattresses.
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The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013 became law in Saskatchewan on January 1, 2014. “It increases benefits in a fiscally responsible manner and modernizes the language for ease of use. The Act addresses the recommendations of the 2010 Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review as well as the Government’s consultations on the recommendations,” details Labour Relations and Workplace Safety Minister Don Morgan. The new Act will contain provisions that include: • improving benefits for injured workers by increasing the maximum insurable earnings; • introduction of a system of indexation to ensure benefits are adjusted annually; • raising to $25,000 the level at which workers at age 65 years may choose a lump sum payment rather than an annuity; and, • providing the board with the ability to assess administrative penalties. The maximum wage
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Ed had to mention a couple of personal, perpetual beefs that he is sure won’t change in 2014. The old preacher next door won’t move, and highway to his farm will get even worse. So bad, in fact, he’ll have to put planks in the back of his truck, and use them to drive over the huge pot holes left from broken pavement. All in all, Ed predicts the coming year will be about as good as any year gets. I am not quite sure if that’s positive or not. I don’t put much stock in predictions for the New Year. I agree with
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Autism Conference Via Telehealth Jan. 23-24 For full details visit: www.childrensautism.ca or call 1-780-495-9235. Drama/Musical Fundraiser Presenting: Project 3:16 “His Promise” – for Habitat for Humanity Faith Build March 6-9 @ the Anne Portnuff Theatre Choir members, pianists and band musicians are needed! Call 641-6388 or email: ingridstumph@hotmail. com for details. New Horizons Senior Center Bingo 78 First Ave. North Yorkton, Sk. Bingo will be played every third Sunday of each month. Bingo starts at 2:00 p.m. Eight games will be played at 25 cents a game. Extra cards will be available Everyone is welcome. Lunch included Admission $3/person. St. John Ambulance First Aid Classes OHS Standard First Aid/ CPR classes. Personalized courses and online training also available. For more info. or to register call Judy at 783-4544 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Annual bird count: numbers down
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The annual Christmas Bird Count sees bird watchers from throughout North America track bird populations in their own areas. Birdwatchers from the Yorkton area have been consistent contributors to the count, but while the watchers were willing, the birds were hard to find. This year saw significantly fewer birds, down nearly half from 2012. In total, 1,088 individuals and 18 species were spotted this year. Last year, there were 1,932 individuals and 27 species. Geoff Rushowick with the bird count says there were only a couple bright spots in the local populations. Two species saw an increase in numbers. Common ravens near-
ly doubled, with 411 spotted compared to 222 in 2012. Mostly spotted at the city dump, Rushowick expects that the ravens are filling a hole left after crows were chased from the city. The other big increase was the American Goldfinch, with 21 spotted compared to three in 2012. Rushowick says that it’s usually rare to see a single American Goldfinch in Yorkton, so having 21 spotted is a definite bright spot for this year’s count. Other common birds this year were the black-capped Chickadee at 168 spotted, and the house sparrow with 240 spotted. While the chickadee numbers are not too far off from last year, where 174 were counted, the house sparrows were at a third of 2012’s numbers, down from 624 last year. A big surprise was a lack of any
kind of redpolls. Last year saw 138 common redpolls spotted in the area, while 2013 did not see one. Rushowick says he expects the depressed numbers are due to an early-December cold snap, as a prolonged period of extreme cold may have done damage to the local populations. “I was talking with people with feeders, and they said that they had lots of birds before December, but when that cold snap came along a lot of them seemed to almost disappear.” The real test will be in 2014, Rushowick explains, which will show if this year’s numbers are an anomaly or part of a worrying trend. He says one year doesn’t make a count, but that he hopes that the birds come back next year.
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