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Schools ink violence deal
By DEVIN WILGER N-R Writer
Schools in the city of Yorkton are dedicated to preventing violence, and part of that dedication is represented in the Community Threat Assessment Protocol. The document was signed by the Good Spirit School Division and the Christ the Teacher School Division, in order to share information and better handle threats of violence in area schools. The goal of the document is to allow for easier information sharing between organizations, from the schools to community partners, in case there is a threat of violence in the city’s schools. The protocol was signed by several community organizations as well as the school divisions. Those were the Ministry of Justice, Corrections
and Policing, the Ministry of Social Services, Yorkton City RCMP, SIGN, KidsFirst Yorkton, Sunrise Health Region’s Mental Health and Addictions Services and Yorkton Tribal Council. “What you see here is community partners coming together and trying to do our best work to try to support youth and children in our community, and that’s always a good thing,” says Dwayne Reeve, Director of Education for the Good Spirit School Division. Darrell Zaba, Director of Education for the Christ the Teacher School Division, explains that the protocol has formalized the procedures that are involved when it comes to information sharing for all of the schools in the community. Continued on Page 2.
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MEET SIGN – SIGN in Yorkton recently held a community awareness barbecue, giving people an opportunity to stop by, have a hot dog, and learn about the many different programs that are offered at SIGN. Pictured above, Dale Powischuk prepares dinner.
Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart just announced $7.4 million to help farmers – including those in the Yorkton area – become more innovative and profitable. Through the Agricultural Demonstration of Practices and Technologies (ADOPT) program and the Agriculture-Applied Research
Management (Agri-ARM) program, producers will be able to discover and apply new technologies that can improve their farming operations. “The enhancements to the Agri-ARM program were developed in response to direct feedback from producer groups,” Stewart says. Continued on Page 2.
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“Everyone knows clearly what information will be shared between the different agencies, and it brings them into the process a little quicker than REPRESENTATIVES from a variety of different comjust having to make munity organizations recently signed the Community the call. We know the Threat Assessment and Support Protocol. people to call and what information they will share.” The protocol would be used, for example, if there is a threat that a student might harm themselves or others, Zaba says, and would be put in place to handle that threat and prevent any violence from taking place. While this is a program which is relatively uncommon in the province, Reeve says that from the places where similar protocols have been in place have seen positive results and they hope to see positive results for students and the community. “When we’ve been involved in situations in the past, we know we need access to information and we need access to resources to solve this situation. What we’ve seen is that it has worked well in other places,” Reeve says. Zaba notes that they intend to continue to work with community partners and get more groups involved in the protocol and helping keep the school community safe.
“These programs provide producers with better access to the technology that will help them grow their businesses, and make sure that our advancements in research move from the lab to the producer to create longterm benefits.” The two levels of government will provide up to $3.4 million over the next five years to assist Agri-ARM sites with operating and capital investments. Agri-ARM connects eight regional applied research and demonstration sites into a province-wide network. Each location has an affiliated producer group that sets the research priorities for that site. These sites serve as centres for applied research and demonstration, focusing on increasing value from crops and enhancing production efficiency and environmental stew-
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It’s my PhD graduation!
This month marks a very important milestone in my professional life! From September 30th to October 3rd, I will be attending the 2013 World Congress of Quantum Medicine in Honolulu, Hawaii. During this worldrenown event in the global community of integrative health, I will have the honor of graduating in person with a PhD in Natural Medicine! By this past April, I had completed all requirements for this degree, so, officially, I do have my PhD. However, I believe this warrants a trip to Hawaii as a wonderful opportunity to celebrate my graduation in person, while I continue to learn from world-famous experts in my field! Wow! When I began my studies in health and nutrition, back in the mid-nineties, I never dreamed that, one day, I would actually achieve a PhD in Natural Medicine! In order to celebrate, I have decided to re-run the very first health article that I wrote. I am dedicating this column to my mother, who turned 82 this year, because she is the person who deeply instilled in me the immense value of getting an education! Here it is. I hope you will all enjoy it…
Remember the wise old saying? “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!” This makes a lot of sense, particularly
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by Dr. Gail Smolinski DNM® www.drgail.ca when it comes to maintaining our precious health. It becomes especially important to us, as we travel even further along the winding path called life! Our aging bodies, left to themselves, unfortunately seem to deteriorate much more quickly than we would like to see or admit! Too many of us tend to accumulate a lengthy, ever-growing list of chronic aches and pains, as the years pass by! This happens so commonly that we may even begin to think that this is a normal and unavoidable part of growing older! But, wait a minute! Why can’t we take control of this sometimes annoying part of the very natural process called aging? At least enough so that it does not run rampant, galloping far ahead of our readiness to accept this phase of life! After all, by mid-life, have we not just figured out who we really are and what goals we dearly want to accomplish in life? We’ve just nicely begun to build some momentum, so why be forced to slow down now, only because we lack the
energy and the sense of well-being to carry on with our daily plans? Aging involves natural wear and tear on our bodies, as well as our continuous physical efforts to withstand negative outside influences. When we realize that we have some choices in the lifestyle that we choose to adopt, we can significantly impact our physical status! This obviously requires that we accept responsibility for our own health. There are several actions we can take… We can maintain wholesome thought patterns and a positive mental attitude. We can sharpen our stress management skills. We can drink lots of pure water. We can get enough rest. We need good quality air! Sufficient oxygen is critical for our survival and of prime importance for our vitality! This is one reason we must make time for regular exercise! This can be challenging, but the ongoing rewards of a life-long commitment to a moderate exercise program are well worth the efforts!
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PhD â€“ improving your health Conâ€™t from Page 3. And, of course, we require proper nutrition! In order to remain strong and well, our bodies demand an ongoing source of the nutrients that they use, in order to perform all the functions that we ask of them. Along with adequate nourishment, we need to effectively digest and absorb the nutrients into our cells. Regular elimination is also necessary to rid our bodies of waste products, so that toxins do not accumulate and cause us problems. Some of us have weaker constitutions than others. We have to work harder than others, it seems, to keep our health up. This is all the more reason to attend to our self-care! We would all do well to look after ourselves the best we can. After all, longevity and better quality of life are prime motivational forces! Hereâ€™s an intriguing classified advertisement that appeared in the June 30th, 1945 issue of the Saskatoon Star Phoenix. It was quoted by Robert L. Ripley in Ripleyâ€™s Believe It or Not! Tombstones and Graveyards (1966). â€˘ FOR SALE â€“ ONE HOMEMADE COFFIN. Never been Used. Fit 6â€™2â€?. Reason for Selling: Improved Health. Phone 97937.
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