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SNOWPASS! – March break is just around the corner and if you’re looking for something to do with the family why not make the most of this vacation, and spend it skiing? The Canadian Ski Council has announced it is again making available the free Grade 4 & 5 SnowPass to show children how much fun skiing and snowboarding can be. “Introducing children to skiing and snowboarding at an early age gives them lifetime access to these healthy winter sports,” says Patrick Arkeveld, President and CEO of the Canadian Ski Council. “It keeps them fit, less prone to obesity, and outside and active during the winter months. Better yet, skiing and snowboarding are sports kids can do with the entire family for a lifetime.” The Canadian Ski Council’s SnowPass gives kids in Grades 4 and 5 (born in 2003 or 2004) three lift tickets at each and every participating ski area across Canada for the entire winter; providing them with an opportunity to ski or snowboard hundreds of times over the winter season, for free. To sign up, visit www.snowpass.ca.
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Producer livelihood depends on it. The Saskatchewan Government has announced it is calling on the Federal Government to immediately oversee negotiations between the grain companies and CP and CN that will establish specific parameters around getting grain from the farm gate to ships at port. “In our meetings last week, both CN and CP indicated they are prepared to negotiate and sign level of service agreements with grain shippers with reciprocal penalties and we are asking the Federal Government to immediately ensure this happens,” Economy Minister Bill Boyd details. “Railway companies assured us they are ramping up to have thousands more grain cars per week taking grain to ports and this will be sustained until at least December 2014. Grain companies told us they could quickly move to provide service 24 hours a day if the grain reaches them.”
Boyd adds, that the provincial government will be closely monitoring basis levels to ensure that they are reduced as grain car movement improves. After meetings with grain companies in Regina and Winnipeg, and CN and CP in Montreal and Calgary, the ministers tasked with ensuring Saskatchewan farmers see more of their record crop move are certain that a co-operative effort between the Federal Government, the rail companies and grain companies will see dramatic efficiencies in the system. In addition to these immediate actions, the Provincial Government says it is supporting the Federal Government as it moves to bring more transparency and accountability into the system. This should include having weekly reporting requirements around actual car spots, loading at country elevators, delivery of cars to ports and unloading reports at ports. Continued on Page 2.
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Province invests $10 million – college initiative funded By SHANNON DEVEAU N-R Writer It’s big news for Yorkton but it’s also a boon for the region and the province as a whole. On Tuesday Premier Brad Wall was in the city to make a big announcement. The Provincial Government has allocated $10 million in funding to support construction of a the new Trades and Technology Centre at Parkland Regional College.
home.” It’s due to the expanding tax base and prospering economy that the province affords to make announcements such as this says Wall. “We ought not to take it for granted, but the chances of us being able to sustain the growing economy in this province are pretty good.” Saskatchewan, he says, is quickly becoming the envy of the world, particularly in areas like Asia. “The world wants what we have to offer and
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Wait times to lessen
According to provincial statistics more patients than ever are receiving surgical care in our province. Under the Saskatchewan Surgical Initiative, health regions are streamlining processes to reduce the waiting time for patients, while also managing increased demand. “Almost four years ago, our government set the ambitious target of providing all elective surgeries within three months,” Health Minister Dustin Duncan comments. “Since the introduction of this initiative, there has been a dramatic improvement in access to surgical care for the people of Saskatchewan.” The four-year initiative wraps up in
April 2014. Saskatoon Health Region will need until late 2014 to provide all surgeries within the three-month target. Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region will need until March 2015. Updated statistics show that wait time reductions during December in most health regions were offset by slight increases in the number of patients still waiting more than three months for surgery in Saskatoon, Prince Albert Parkland and Sunrise Health Regions as of December 31, 2013. To deal with a spike in demand, Saskatoon Health Region has expanded its operating room hours and is working with other health regions and a contracted third-party surgical centre to en-
able patients to receive their surgery sooner. Provincially, there were 10,506 fewer patients waiting more than three months for surgery at the end of December than in March 2010 when the Saskatchewan Surgical Initiative was launched. Of the patients receiving surgery during October, November and December, 80 per cent received it within three months of the decision to proceed with surgery. Information about the Saskatchewan Surgical Initiative is available at www.sasksurgery.ca. The website also features the Specialist Directory, which empowers patients and their primary care providers to compare options for surgical care.
Weight restrictions change Winter weight season ends on some Saskatchewan highways as of March 1. “Roads are less prone to damage from heavier loads when they are frozen in the winter, so we allow truckers and shippers to realize the cost savings that come with heavier legal weights,” Highways and Infrastructure Minister Don McMorris comments. “As roads begin to thaw and are most prone to damage, however, our focus turns to protecting our investment in highways.” Winter weights have been in effect since December. These will start being removed at 12:01 a.m. March 1. Weight restriction orders around winter weights are published online at www.saskatchewan.ca under the “New Winter Order” link. Regularly scheduled updates of the winter restriction orders will be provided every Tuesday and Friday by 12:30 p.m. until March 15 when winter weights are no longer in effect. The freeze period during winter
strengthens the road and supports heavier truck loads, providing shippers an opportunity to transport heavier loads during the colder winter months. Typically, these winter weights run from mid-November through mid-March. Shippers should also be aware of upcoming spring road bans and follow weight limits on secondary roads during this most fragile six-week thaw period. Truckers can see the latest road restriction orders and related information online at www.saskatchewan. ca or by calling the Highway Hotline across Canada at 1-888-335-7623. Technical and regulatory information is also available from Commercial Vehicle Enforcement at 1-866933-5290, weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except stat holidays. Please note that in previous years, orders have been posted at www. highways.gov.sk.ca/restrictions. While this address is still functional, users may wish to update any bookmarks.
Saskatchewan grain action Con’t from Page 1. “We would also like to see the Canadian Transportation Agency have the ability to independently investigate grain movement before a formal complaint is filed,” Highways and Infrastructure Minister Don McMorris adds. “Another step would be to have grain companies sign contracts with farmers that include reciprocal financial penalties.”
“During the course of our meetings, we were able to identify areas that will improve efficiencies for the grain transportation system and we support the Federal Government as it takes the lead in quickly moving these initiatives forward,” Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart concludes. “The Provincial Government will be monitoring the situation on a daily basis to see if both the grain compa-
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Food’s not right without salt, pepper, butter Ed, my neighbor next door, has had to go on some high blood pressure medicine. He is one to salt, to pepper and to butter his food generously. Ed claims that food is tasteless without these big three seasonings. Likewise, there should be no substitutes or imitations for the big three.
Margarine makes Ed sneer in disgust. He scoffs when I tell him that butter may be better than margarine, but it is too expensive for some of us. I call it the food of the rich and the French chefs. Along with his high blood pressure medicine, Ed is being restricted to a low salt
BASF event planned BASF Canada Inc. recently kicked off Knowledge Harvest, a six city series of events for growers and retailers from across Western Canada. The events, which will be held in Lethbridge, Portage la Prairie, Regina, Saskatoon, Yorkton and Edmonton, are designed to share new ideas and perspectives for sustainable agriculture with BASF customers. “Growers play an important role in developing sustainable farming practices,” says Howie Zander, National Sales and Accounts Manager for BASF Canada. “BASF is committed to working with our customers and we hope to meet with 2,500 growers and retailers at these events.” The events will provide attendees with information on how biologicals and seed treatments are opening new opportunities for crops, offer strategies for managing herbicide resistance, and give growers an opportunity to see the latest innovations in BASF plant health research. Best-selling author and keynote speaker Richard Worzel will lead a discussion of what the future of agriculture holds for elite growers. “The future of agriculture is bright and the market for agricultural products is expanding,” says Worzel. “Technology is providing growers new tools and techniques to help trim costs and increase output to keep up with this demand.” The Yorkton event has been planned for March 11 at the Gallagher Centre. For more information visit www.agsolutions.ca/knowledgeharvest.
Ride for $20 in March The Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) has announced it is offering an exciting promotion in March to members of their Ride Rewards customer loyalty program. Ride Rewards members will receive an email coupon that entitles them to $20 one-way tickets to STC locations throughout Saskatchewan for use March 1 to 31, 2014. “March is a great time to sign-up for our Ride Rewards program and save some money,” STC President and CEO Shawn Grice says. “This offer is a chance to thank our Ride Rewards members and encourage new riders to try our service.” Ride Rewards customers will receive a personalized email coupon late in February. In order to redeem the flat fare, members are required to print the email and produce it with valid
photo identification to any STC agent. Members can reprint and reuse the coupon throughout the month, which means they will never pay more than $20 for a one-way trip during March, no matter where they travel on STC’s network. All current Ride Rewards members are eligible for the promotion, as are those who sign-up during the promotion. A personalized email coupon will be sent to all new sign-ups within 24 hours. Ride Rewards is STC’s customer loyalty program that gives members exclusive discounts and promotion information on STC services. Passengers can sign up online by going to the company’s website at www.stcbus.com/riderewards. A valid email address is required to receive the $20 flat fare offer.
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Neighborly Advice According to Ed by Raymond Maher www.accordingtoed.com diet. He has decided that easing up on his salt intake will mean that, he will have to compensate with the use of more black pepper and butter. I have suggested he might want to try mustard, catsup, horseradish sauce, lemon juice, or vinegar to spice up his food. Ed said that he wouldn’t even consider them. Nothing is more disappointing than bland or tasteless food. It seems to be an unwritten rule that our food needs to taste the way we like it to taste. We
tend to be pretty fussy about how hot our soup is or our cup of coffee. What is just sweet enough, for one person is mighty sour to another person. We season our food to suit our tastes. Many Christians act as if they will decide if they will be salt in the world. Jesus doesn’t call Christians to be salt if they feel like it. Jesus said to his disciples, “You are the salt of the earth.” Today we may not be overly impressed with table salt for it is common and not highly trea-
sured. Salt in the ancient, world was a precious commodity. The Hebrews, the Greeks, the Romans, the Byzantines, the Hittites and the Egyptians all prized salt. It was an important article of trade and was transported by boat across the Mediterranean Sea, along specially built salt roads, and across the Sahara in camel caravans. Salt was scarce, highly valuable, and universally used for seasoning, and preserving food, and for cleansing and healing. Salt water was important in drawing infection from wounds in the ancient world. Salt water was used widely, for cleansing, and promoting healing. Salt was a major seasoning for bringing out the flavors of food. Most important of all, it was
a vital way of preserving meat and fish, in a time, of no refrigeration. Roman soldiers received their wages in salt. The Greek considered salt to be divine. The Mosaic Law in Leviticus 2:13 required that all offerings presented by the Israelites contain salt. Jesus came to be pure salt in our world to cleanse and purify all people from sin by completing the law perfectly for us. He seasoned the world with the undeserved love of God full of mercy and justice. He died in the punishment of sin, as a sacrifice or substitute for us, to satisfy the justice of God. Jesus did not come to abolish the law but fulfill it. He cleansed, seasoned, and preserved us before God. Are we, as Christians, real salt in the world or a salt substitute?
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Vintage Vegas by John Gracie Internationally known jazz musician John Gracie will be performing in Yorkton Sunday as a part of the Stars for Saskatchewan Series. It’s a dazzling show you won’t want to miss. Gracie will be performing excerpts from his Vintage Vegas Show, featuring songs from his latest album, “Live from Flamingo,” which is a tribute to the music of Tony Bennett and Frank Sinatra. Audiences will love his rendition of these Swing classics. Gracie has toured both nationally and internationally, receiving rave reviews. Gracie began singing before he was speaking! His mother would often find him behind the coal stove singing his little heart out. He thought if you couldn’t see
him, you couldn’t hear him. His mother knew he had a special gift and sent him to vocal lessons when he turned four. He starting writing songs shortly after that. One day, he came out of the bathroom crying, his Mom asked him what was wrong. He replied through his tears, “Mommy, I just wrote a very sad song.” Gracie went on to perform as a teenager in local events and on local radio. He taught himself to play the guitar and wrote continuously. In university, he performed and hosted intercollegiate folk festivals and was a favourite on the college circuit. After university, he started to perform professionally. He moved to Halifax and at that point began touring the globe,
performing on national television and recorded his first album. A fortune teller once told Gracie’s mother that she saw a guitar in her son’s life and that it would bring him everything he wanted in life. After much success, he continues to grow musically. Gracie is married to Andree and has three children, John Coady, Samantha and Nash. To learn more about John visit: www.johngracie.ca. John Gracie will be perfroming in Yorkton this Sunday, March 2. The show starts at 2 p.m. and takes place at the Anne Portnuff Theatre in the Yorkton Regional High School. For ticket information or more details call the Yorkton Arts Council at 306-783-8722.
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A drop in potash revenue meant the provincial government had to dip into the province’s rainy day fund to maintain a balanced budget. The 2013-14 recently released Third Quarter Financial Report showed General Revenue Fund (GRF) revenue is down $144.2 million from budget estimates. A transfer of $135 million from savings in the Growth and Financial Security Fund (GFSF) is needed to offset the revenue shortfall, resulting in a $7.2 million GRF surplus. The government says it is still expecting a surplus in the Summary Financial Statements in excess of $400 million, based on estimates from midyear. “The Growth and Financial Security Fund is the province’s rainy day account, “Finance Minster Ken Krawetz states. “It’s there to buffer the province when extreme, unforeseen events arise, such as the global events affecting the potash price or expenses related to disaster assistance. “However, we continue to project a healthy surplus on a summary basis.” Overall, says Krawetz, GRF expense is up $48.4 million, or 0.4 per cent compared to budget. This is largely due to higher than forecast expenditures related to disaster assistance, funding for people with disabilities, winter highway maintenance and flood damage reduction measures, as well as higher claims under the Research and Development Tax Credit. 2013 economic growth was projected to be 3.6 per cent at mid-year, up from 2.6 per cent at budget, primarily reflecting a record crop, more people working in the province, higher-than-projected personal income, and higher corporate income, which reflects more business investment. Following the transfer to the GRF, the GFSF will continue to have a healthy balance of more than $531 million. “It’s important to remember that government revenues are not necessarily a reflection of the strength of the economy,” Krawetz adds. “Overall, our economy remains very strong. However, our projections at third quarter underscore the volatility of our resource sectors and reinforce the need for our government to continue to manage spending and meet these fiscal challenges in a prudent and responsible manner, which we have done.”
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Community Events Tops Club & Status of Women Yorkton Event Mar. 11, Holy Trinity Hall, Darlington & 2nd – Understanding the broad scope of violence towards women. Presenter: RCMP constable Free, door prizes, refreshments Call (306) 782-0992. Shelwin House & Canadian Federation of University Women/ Yorkton Club Event Guest speaker: The Honourable Nancy Morrison Friday, March 7 St. Gerard’s Parish Complex Cocktails: 5:30 p.m. Dinner: 6:30 p.m. Open to Everyone Tickets $25.00 per person ( Available until March 1st) Tickets available at Sherring Gold Jewelers, Sherring Optical, Louck’s Pharmacy. Call: 306-782-5181. Karaoke Fundraising Event @ the Bentley, Yorkton Mar. 7, 7-10 p.m. Awareness and fundraising event to support the Colorectal Cancer Association of Canada. Guest Speaker: author Lorna Scott. Show your support by wearing blue. Prizes, appetizers and tours! Tickets $20.
New at pARTners Gallery Artfully Designed: a collection of original works by Angelina Kardynal. Creative expression in different media pays tribute to the significant connections in the artist’s life, and captures the extraordinary within the ordinary. This engaging and evocative exhibition is yours to enjoy all of March, during regular hours at Yorkton Public Library. A reception celebrating this local artist is planned, date TBA. New Horizons Annual General Meeting New Horizons Seniors Center, 78 First Ave. North, Yorkton. March 4, 1:00 p.m. Nominations for 2014 15 board, Election of board. Contact person: Ladner-306-782-0455. Melville & District Quilter’s Guild Inc. Spring Festival of Quilts-a Viewer’s Choice Show Melville Community Works located at 800 Prince Edward Street, Apr 25-26, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. daily. Includes: demos, food court, merchant mall, craft table, door prizes. For more info contact: Karen at 306-508-0228 or Erica at 306-794-4506.
His Promise Yorkton Faith Build presents a musical fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity Anne Portnuff Theatre Mar. 6-9, 7:30 p.m. performances with one 2 p.m. show slated for Mar. 9 Tickets, available at LR Futures, Sherring Optical and The Golden Rule, are $20 (ages 12 and over), $10 (ages 7-12). Certain scenes may be upsetting to young children. Tim Hus & the Rocky Mountain Two Billy MacInnis on fiddle and Riley Tubbs on upright string bass 3 p.m., March 9 Wadena United Church Tickets: $15 advance – by March 8, $20 March 9 & at door. Available: Wadena News, Florence Carbno Tim Hus is an Alberta song-maker and storytellermentored by the late Stompin’ Tom Connors (he did two national tours as Tom’s opening artist and backup band), Tim Hus proudly carries on the tradition of writing songs about working Canadians and Canada’s rich history. Greetings from the Land of Living Skies! Now showing at community pARTners gallery. – a group exhibition comprised of four Saskatchewan artists: Sandra Knoss, Cathy Terepocki, Tina Hudson & Donn Morton. The work in this exhibition presents interpretations of Saskatchewan imagery and identity. Open during regular hours at the Yorkton Public Library until Feb. 23.
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Photography Exhibitions Godfrey Dean Art Gallery • WorkSpace Saskatchewan Feb 24 - Mar 29 Traditional B&W photos by Berlin photographer Martin Weinhold of people at work in Saskatchewan, including Vanscoy and Melville. • Great Plain Chronicle Feb 24 - Mar 22 Colour images from noted Regina photographer Don Hall chronicle prairie places and people on both sides of the US-Canada border. Mon - Fri 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 1-4 p.m. Admission is always free at the Dean Gallery.
Parkland Valley District S.S.F.A. 55+ Bank Shuffleboard Competition Melville Senior Citizens’ Hall, Mar. 26, 10:00 a.m. Teams may be Men, Women, or Both, Age categories: 55+ and 70+ Three teams of each type and age category are able to qualify for the provincial 55+ games in Humboldt, July 8-10. For more info. call John @ 306-728-3832 or email: email@example.com. Prairie Theatre Exchange Teachers, The Yorkton Arts Council is pleased to announce that will be visiting Yorkton in March, with a show that will delight your students! PTE will be presenting “Portage & Munsch: 50 Below”. Information about this exciting performance will be arriving at your school. For more information, call the Yorkton Arts Council at 783-8722.
John Gracie Enjoy the swing jazz classics of vintage Vegas as the Yorkton Arts Council proudly brings you the next “Stars for Saskatchewan” concert , John Gracie! John will be in Yorkton on Sunday, March 2 at 2 p.m. at the Anne Portnuff Theatre, Tickets are available at the Yorkton Arts Council, Welcome Home Floral and Gift Shop, at the door, or on-line at www. yorktonarts.ca Provincial 55+ Curling Competition Humboldt, March 19-21 Entries before March 3 Teams may be men, women or mixed Ages: 55+ and 65+ Gold medal winners may advance to the Canada 55+ Games in Edmonton August 27-30 2-person stick curling will also be held in Humboldt. For more information, contact Eleanor @ 306-563-4160. or email Maxine: max. firstname.lastname@example.org Library Programs • Pre-School Storytime for ages 3 – 5 years runs Monday or Thursday mornings Jan. 13-Mar. 6. @ 10:30 – 11:15. • Toddler Time for ages 6 – 36 months runs Thursday mornings Jan. 16 – Mar. 6 @ 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. For more information please call 783-3523.
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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.
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