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Lotto pays off for locals and health care By SHANNON DEVEAU N-R Writer There was good news for a number of local residents as well as a boost for local health care initiatives following The Health Foundation’s annual Cash Lottery campaign. On Tuesday a list of winners was released including the names
of the grand prize winners. It was a phone call Willie and Olga Malek of Yorkton won’t soon forget. The husband and wife couple, who say they have no definite plan yet for the money aside from sharing a portion with family, won the $100,000 grand prize draw. Ross Fisher, Executive
Director of The Health Foundation presented the cheque to the Malek’s as well as, a cheque for $22,862.50 to Stuart and Barb Greenstein of Rhein, who won the 50/50 lottery. It’s an exciting moment for the winners and a definite boost for The Health Foundation which raises
about $50,000 annually through the annual campaign. “Profits from The Health Foundation’s $100,000 Cash Lottery are being used to assist the purchase of an additional ultrasound machine for the regional Health Centre in Yorkton,” says Fisher. “We need the additional
machine so more tests can be done and we can reduce the wait times for exams. “This lottery is one of our key fundraising efforts and we are grateful to everyone who purchased a ticket and helps to make the lottery a success.” Continued on Page 3.
RELAY FOR LIFE – Yorkton’s Relay for Life event – held over the weekend – was a big success for the Canadian Cancer Society again this year, with 22 teams and over 250 participants raising $106,000 for cancer research. The relay is all about helping more people survive and thrive after cancer, and to celebrate the fact that over 65 survivors took part in the victory lap which opened the event. Cancer survivors also spoke about their experiences, including Luke Boechler, seven-time survivor Dionne Warner, and seven year-old Paige Hanson (inset photo). Janet Sharpe with the Canadian Cancer Society thanks everyone for their support, and encourages residents to get ready for next year’s relay.
$3.8 million for Saskatchewan community initiatives
The Saskatchewan Community Initiatives Fund (CIF) has announced that 279 Saskatchewan non-profit and volunteer organizations – including one in Yorkton – will collectively receive over $3.8
million in grants in support of their community projects. Included in that amount is $25,000 for the Yorkton and area Big Brothers Big Sisters Life Skills in School Mentoring Program.
Through the Community Grant Program, the CIF approved 100 grants totaling $1,690,559 for programs that enhance the health and well being of Saskatchewan’s vulnerable children,
youth and families. Grant approvals through the CIF’s Community Vitality Program total $1,972,124 among 177 recipients. This includes 137 grants for capital projects totaling $1,524,253 and 40
grants for community pride projects and events totaling $447,871. The Grants through this program provide support for small capital projects and for events that enhance community pride, celebrate diver-
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IT HAS BEEN ONE YEAR SINCE Jimmy Wiebe was killed in a robbery at the Shell gas station in Yorkton. In that time, friends and family have come together to bring good out of the tragedy, and on the one year anniversary approximately 50 people came to a candlelight vigil to remember the man and continue working in his memory. See a full story on Page 3.
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PICTURED AT LEFT, Ross Fisher, Executive Director of The Health Foundation, presents a cheque for $100,000 to Willie and Olga Malek, the winners of the grand prize for the foundation’s annual Cash Lotto Draw. On the right he gives a cheque for $22,862.50 to Stuart and Barb Greenstein of Rhein, who won the 50/50 lottery.
Health Foundation lotto wraps up Continued from Page 1.
“As usual, 100 per cent of the profits are used locally to improve our health care. “We also want to thank the Credit Unions in our health region for once again selling our lottery tickets. Credit Unions sell about 13 per cent of tickets, and make the lottery more accessible to people in their own community. We want it to be conve-
nient for people to buy tickets, and having tickets for sale locally in 31 communities in our region, ensures everyone had a good opportunity to buy tickets,” continues Fisher. Second place winners, who all won $1,000, in the final draw are: • Arlene Fyke, Moosomin, SK; Peter and Lydia Olineck, Preeceville, SK; Joseph Koncz, Kelliher, SK; Nelson and
Marlene Hickie, Melville, SK; Violet Herman, Carrie Nicholson & Molly, Yorkton, SK; Marjorie Deschambault, Esterhazy, SK; Ewald Hautz, Langenburg, SK; Darrell and Sharon Nelson, Pelly, SK; Millie Spelay, Yorkton, SK; Theodore Fedak, Foam Lake, SK. A list of winners is posted on The Health Foundation’s website at www.thehealthfoundation.ca.
Jimmy’s memory lives on: vigil held By DEVIN WILGER N-R Writer It has been one year since Jimmy Wiebe was killed during a robbery at the Shell gas station in Yorkton. In that time, friends and family have come together to bring good out of the tragedy, and on the one year anniversary approximately 50 people came to a candlelight vigil to remember the man and continue working in his memory. Aaron Nagy, organizer of the event, says that in the year since his friend’s death the goal has been to continue working towards preventing similar tragedies in the future. He also says that progress has been made towards protecting late night workers, and that he
expects to see something rolled into upcoming labor legislation. While disappointed that the private member’s bill didn’t pass in the spring session, Nagy says that any steps toward improved safety are victories, and he hopes to see things like barriers in late night workplaces soon. “In a sense, Jimmy’s law will become a reality, it’s just a matter of time... To me personally, the details don’t matter much. As long as we get some kind of protection for late night workers. If we save one life, it’s worth its weight in gold,” Nagy says. Another project started was a scholarship in Wiebe’s name. The scholarship, which will be presented to a student at Sacred Heart
High School and the Yorkton Regional High School, will go to the student who is most improved in math over the school year. Nagy explains that the goal was to reward the student who works hard to improve their abilities, rather than just the student with the best marks. “Since Jimmy was so good with math and numbers, we thought we would reward some students,” Nagy says. The goal of all these
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Keep the weather woes harnessed The storm of 2010 may be behind us but as evidenced this week we’re not immune to further weather related challenges and it would be prudent to keep that fact in mind. The province announced earlier this week Saskatchewan has not only “weathered the storm” from July 2010, but that it’s back in a surplus situation and doing better than it has before. “The fact we could experience such a dramatic and unexpected increase in expense in 2011-12 due to flooding and still post a surplus demonstrates the resilience of Saskatchewan’s economy,” Finance Minister Ken Krawetz says. “Our economy remains the envy of most other jurisdictions, and we’re continuing to build on the Saskatchewan Advantage in 2012-13.” The Growth and Financial Security Fund, established to safeguard Saskatchewan’s financial future, has also recorded a balance of $708 million at March 31, 2012. Government general debt at March 31, 2012 is $3.81 billion, the lowest level of debt since 1988. “In terms of the economy, we have a number of positives happening in the province of Saskatchewan – from the rise in the number of building permits to continued population and employment growth to improvements in wage earnings to the ongoing diversification beyond non-renewable resources which is creating a much broader tax base,” Krawetz adds. “All of that, combined with our reduced debt, reflects an economy that continues to move in the right direction.” While that statement indeed appears to be true, it won’t be a time to become complacent. As quickly as nature can provide abundance, it can also take it away.
Fighting for the right to die: ethical? The way I see it...
It’s a historical ruling for Canada and a topic that will forever be swirling in controversy. It’s also one that will never have a consensus but with that said, I’m happy for the woman and if ever I faced the same circumstances I would hope that I would be given the same option. While she’s made no decision yet as to when she may take action, a terminally ill B.C. woman has just been granted the right to a physician-assisted suicide by a B.C. judge. Gloria Taylor says she is overwhelmed by the “momentous” decision. “This is a momentous time in history. Now all Canadians will have the right to die with dignity. This is a blessing for me and for all other seriously ill Canadians.” And that’s a key statement in all this – “for all other SERIOUSLY ILL Canadians.” “I’m so grateful to know that if I choose to do so I will be allowed to seek a doctor’s help to a peaceful and dignified death. This brings me great solace and comfort,” she says. The mere mention of this topic gets a lot of people up in arms. What will happen to society as a whole if we permit “human euthanasia?” What gives a human the right to take another humans life under ANY circumstance? Will there be abuse of the system? We’re not talking about doctors killing people if they
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have a head cold or are having a bad day. We’re talking about helping someone who is terminally ill with no chance for recovery to put and end to their pain. We’re talking about ending suffering for someone who has no quality of life left. It’s not a crazy, rash suicide, it’s a decision reached between patient, family and doctor and I’m sure it’s not one
that’s reached lightly. “I’d really like to see people say assisted dying and stop saying assisted suicide. It is not suicide. There is no comparison... nobody is helping me commit suicide. They are helping me to die a peaceful death,” says an emotional Taylor who is now wheelchair bound, using a feeding tube and quickly losing her ability to speak. It’s easy to sit back and judge when you’re removed from the circumstance, but if you or I were in the same situation as Taylor, wouldn’t you like the right to call your own shots? While I can’t say for sure what I would do without being in Taylor’s shoes, I can say I would like to have the freedom to explore all my options. With the BC judge’s ruling currently under federal review, Taylor is awaiting the final outcome. “I would hope that they would just let it go and not appeal it. Just be big enough to say... We can’t expect people to die horrible deaths,” she says. I agree. Good luck Ms. Taylor.
I hate coffee, please stop trying to change this I hate coffee. There is no ambiguity on this point, there is nothing about the beverage that I enjoy. I hate the taste, I hate the smell, and I even find the color vaguely unpleasant. If offered, I will politely turn it down, because I personally regard it as the worst beverage known to man. This opinion is not shared by everyone, and I would never dream of taking coffee away from those who enjoy it. I might not understand them, but they don’t understand me either. In an ideal world, the coffee haters and the coffee lovers can live in harmony, because it’s normally quite easy to avoid coffee. Shops tend to stock a variety of drinks, and if all else fails water is usually on tap. We should be able to live in a world where it’s just as easy for me to avoid the vile liquid as it is for those who enjoy it to get their fix. Yet, oddly, this is not the case, because people don’t seem to understand that there is no grey area here. I am not someone who will enjoy coffee, but many enthusiasts of the beverage remain convinced that I haven’t drank the right coffee, or that there is some way to trojan horse coffee into my system and make me see the error of my ways. This will not happen, but they keep trying, and it’s beginning to get on my nerves.
Things I do with words... Column Devin Wilger There has been an odd increase in people trying to convince me to take a sip of the stuff, even though it’s akin to convincing an arachnophobe to visit a spider museum. Realizing that straight up coffee will not work, they have begun to try other, more complicated flavored coffee, or perhaps the iced form of the beverage. Coffee, they are convinced, is universally loved, so clearly there is some form that I must enjoy. When I enjoy none of it, they are inexplicably surprised. Yet, even though I have never enjoyed it, they still make an attempt, repeatedly trying to convince me to take a drink of something I know I will loathe because I absolutely despise one of the key ingredients.
The biggest lie perpetuated in these attempts is “you can’t even taste the coffee!” For one, I can taste it, and it’s just as awful as it always has been. Two, they assume that because they find any coffee flavor to be a delightful surprise that this will garner a similar reaction from someone who hates it. This is not the case, of course, and every time I’ve given in to the pressure and tried their coffee-based drink I’ve had to suppress the urge to vomit. They act surprised that someone who says they hate coffee and has hated coffee for as long as they knew him has continued to hate coffee. It’s basic pattern recognition, and not a complicated one at that. I have not liked coffee in any previous permutation, so I will not like coffee in ice, in some sort of complicated caramel latte thing, or even baked into a cake. My hatred of coffee is like a lot of personality quirks people have, it’s just another component of who I am. Instead of trying to change this, people need to realize I’m very happy to hate coffee, and we can move on, each drinking something different. It’s like a lot of things in life. Sometimes people just have different views, different desires and different needs. In most cases, there is no harm to these differences, and pressure to change just causes frustration. We don’t need to agree on everything to get along.
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How governments hide information
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From the federal government to provincial governments, the tendency to hide information taxpayers have bought and paid for seems all too common. Regardless of the party label, few governments give up information that is potentially embarrassing without a fight. In Alberta, the most recent example came courtesy of the University of Calgary, which allegedly contravened the provincial Elections Act by donating money to the governing Progressive Conservatives. In that instance, the University’s former general counsel, Charlene Anderson, wrote in an internal e-mail that she thought the practice was “illegal and is unacceptable.” That revelation came in addition to earlier reports that Brian Fjeldheim, Alberta’s Chief Electoral Officer, found at least 41 questionable donations from other taxpayerfunded bodies to the ruling party. Regrettably, Fjeldheim has pointed out that he cannot release specific information on those donations because provincial law forbids it. The law and its’ idiosyncrasies are the creation of the current provincial government, which at present is ruled by the party that benefitted from the 41 possible illegal donations. That is a self-enclosed loop of secret-keeping and non-accountability. Alberta’s government is not alone in the tendency to block the release of information that is lessthan-flattering to the ruling party. Federal Conservatives have acted the same way on other files. In Access to Information requests I’ve filed over the years, I’ve noticed that they rarely come back quickly. One recent request for the simple 16-page cost-sharing agreement between the federal and Ontario governments on the 2009 automotive bailout took five months to obtain, this after an additional two months of informal requests to Ottawa and
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Queen’s Park. The disclosure took that long even though the agreement contained nothing that could infringe upon someone’s personal privacy or would endanger national security. It is even rarer when such information requests come back complete. Most often, especially on repayment records for companies that have taken out loans from government, such information is blacked out. The responding government letters always note that sections of federal legislation prohibit disclosure of certain “confidential” financial information. Of course, such information is “confidential” because the government wrote the law that way, presumably because a lack of repayments by multiple companies might be looked on unfavourably by the general public or be seen as a subsidy by competitors. The law could and should be changed to provide more transparency. The federal government (under Conservatives and Liberals alike) has always been lousy at disclosing repayment records on taxpayer loans to businesses. However, after 2009, the Conservatives were happy to roll out a plethora of announcements on every dollar and dime in taxpayer-funded lolly for this or that stimulus project. Initially, on stimulus spending, the Conservative government reported to Parliament every three months but that was merely to detail the goodies disbursed. What was invariably missing was accurate accounting for money to be paid back. In this, Canadian government reporting is distinctly inferior to how the American federal government reports to its taxpayers. There, under terms agreed to by the Bush administration and the U.S. Congress, and which continues in the Obama years, the U.S. Treasury department publicly reports monthly on the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). So, anyone with access to a web
browser can see which financial institution or automotive company received tax dollars, how much and what, if anything, has been paid back. For example, in the latest TARP report from May, American taxpayers can see that under TARP, GM received $51 billion, repaid $23.2 billion, that $4.4 billion was categorized as a loss, and that the U.S. government still expects $23.4 billion to be repaid. In contrast, Canada’s federal Finance department produces no such monthly report to Parliament with such a breakdown and never has. That means taxpayers either have no idea, or have the wrong idea about how such Canadian stimulus programs, or any others, turn out. For instance, in late May 2011 Finance Minister Jim Flaherty announced that Chrysler Canada had repaid its stimulusera government loans “in full, six years ahead of schedule.” But that was incorrect, as even Flaherty was forced to acknowledge in response to a reporter’s question two days later at a press conference. Then, the Finance Minister noted Chrysler had paid back just $1.7 billion out of $2.9 billion in loans. The remaining $1.2 billion was owed from the “old,” pre-bankrupt Chrysler. That meant $1.2 billion would never be repaid. If taxpayers want clear, consistent and full disclosure on how Canadian government loans to Chrysler and GM played out, in a manner akin to U.S. reporting, or want information on additional corporate welfare, or on illegal donations made to a government party in Alberta, they will find Canadian governments act rather clam-like in response to demands for information that should always be publicly available. Mark Milke, Troy Media Corporation.
Glencore/Viterra “review” a tight secret
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The $7-billion foreign takeover of Saskatchewan-based Viterra Inc. by Glencore of Switzerland is under review by federal agencies. Glencore is the world’s largest commodities trader, with a controversial reputation in legal, environmental and labour matters. Viterra is Canada’s biggest grain company. When it gets control of Viterra, Glencore says it will sell-off parts of the business to Pioneer Grain of Winnipeg and Agrium of Calgary. The federal government recently announced
it could take another month to finish examining all this complex maneuvering – to see if it’s a “net benefit” to Canada. Meanwhile, farmers and the Canadian public have no way of knowing what’s going on. The whole thing is done in secret. No one knows what the companies are saying to the government or what the government may be saying to (or demanding of) the companies. I highlighted problems like these back in 2010 when a foreign company was trying to buy-out Saskatchewan’s potash industry. In the wake of that fiasco, the Harper
government promised to make the process more transparent – a pledge they repeated a couple of months ago, but nothing yet has changed. There needs to be a clear definition of “net benefit”. More information should be made public, including any “conditions” the government attaches to any transaction. Such conditions must be readily enforceable. And the role of provincial governments should be spelled out. In the absence of government action on these matters, I’ve been asking repeated questions in Parliament to profile what’s at stake:
• Is the government investigating Glencore’s corporate reputation and business practices? • If a transaction is approved, will Glencore be required to post a Bond to guarantee its promises about new jobs, a “regional headquarters” in Regina, and new investments of at least $100million? • And how will the government ensure no company stifles competition in the farm-input supply business? So far, the Harper government’s response is just a mumble. Ralph Goodale, MP, Wascana, SK.
Get out and get active this summer: stay healthy
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No more teachers, no more books… school is out for the summer! Now that the kids are out of school for the summer, and the weather is warmer, what are your plans to keep them active? Sadly, not enough Canadian children are being active, even though it is part of a healthy lifestyle. A study by the Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute shows that children in Canada do not get enough physical activity on a daily basis. Active play is critical for the healthy development of children. Regularly being active helps children build social skills, imagina-
tions, and self-esteem. Research shows that lifestyle patterns set before the age of five predict health outcomes in later childhood and through adulthood, while staying active on a regular basis is the key to a healthy lifestyle. According to the 2012 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card, only seven per cent of Canadian children and youth are meeting the guidelines set forth by Canada’s Physical Activity Guidelines of at least 60 minutes of physical activity per day. Girls, in particular, tend to be less active than boys, with only 17 per cent of adolescent girls meeting the guidelines. However, 28 per cent of boys aged 10 to 16 meet the guidelines.
Use active transportation to get to and from places if possible. Walking with your kids is a great way for both of you to incorporate physical activity into your day. Riding a bike or rollerblading is also great active transportation. Encourage your children to get involved in sports teams or clubs within the community, and at school. Get your children involved in active chores around the house, such as raking, vacuuming and gardening. Learn more at: canadasafetycouncil.org. Lewis Smith, Canada Safety Council
Passion is often considered to be a virtue in politics. It’s seen as a badge of idealism, a clear repudiation of cynical compromise and deal making. But, alas, it has its darker side. If you’re ever in Paris, take the Metro up to the gritty northern suburb of Saint Denis. There, in incongruous surroundings, stands the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Denis, a large medieval church dedicated to the memory of the martyred first bishop of Paris. As old churches go, it’s quite impressive. But the main claim to fame is neither its architectural merits nor the provenance of its name, but rather the fact that it’s also the royal necropolis of France. Virtually all kings from the 10th to the 18th centuries were buried there, as were the reinterred remains of several monarchs going back to the 5th century Clovis I. But amongst all the history, there’s something creepy. While much of the tomb statuary survives, the tombs themselves are empty. During the French Revolution, they were opened and stripped of whatever human remains survived, those remains then being dumped into two large pits. You don’t have to be a sentimentalist or nostalgic royalist to find this unseemly. It’s one thing to take revenge on a contemporary enemy, but quite another to systematically vandalize the graves of people who’ve been dead for centuries. And Saint Denis wasn’t a one-off. The impulse behind vandalizing the dead was straightforward. It was an attempt to obliterate all tangible relics of what was considered to be an undesirable ancient order. Rather than putting the past in context as something to be understood and learned from, the motivation was to create a kind of historical amnesia. By seizing control of collective memory, you could shape the future, all the while treating flesh and blood people as malleable clay. Lest anyone get the impression that the French are being picked on, let it be noted that the 20th century brought examples of much more egregious abuse in the cause of social re-engineering. Think of Mao’s Cultural Revolution, or the Khmer Rouge and Year Zero. The thing about political passion isn’t that it’s inherently evil, but rather that it’s quite susceptible to going very wrong. Human nature is the culprit. If you’re very passionate about something, it can be relatively easy to go a few steps further and assume that you must be right. It’s no longer your view as opposed to the other person’s view, but rather a matter of absolute right versus absolute wrong. And surely absolute wrong doesn’t deserve any space in the public square? Instead, it must be stamped out. Stir in the madness of crowds and the brew becomes particularly toxic. When the adrenalin starts pumping and the thrill of the hunt kicks in, restraint goes out the window. Whether it’s lynch mobs, looters or rioting demonstrators, the thirst for excitement takes over. One shouldn’t, of course, brand all political passion with these sins. It’s feasible to be passionate and tolerant at the same time, to feel very strongly about your own position while respecting the right of others to disagree. Still, when it comes to politics there’s a lot to be said for being wary of passion and sticking instead with traditional Canadian bland. Pat Murphy, Troy Media Corp.
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Ring in the summer – and celebrate Canada! Church bells began ringing at midnight on the day Canada was born – July 1, 1867. Jubilant celebrations swept across Nova Scotia, Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick, at the pronouncement of Queen Victoria declaring the uniting of the colonies. And now nearly a century and a half later, we still celebrate – not only Canada’s birth, but her hundred and forty-five year history. We celebrate our achievements as a country. We reflect on how lucky we are to live in this blessed land, and together as Canadians, wherever we live, we show our pride. This year we also commemorate the bicentennial of the War of 1812. Across Canada, our Conservative government is supporting hundreds of events and re-enactments of the war that confirmed Canada’s destiny as an independent nation. We’re also investing in the restoration and preservation of monuments and historic sites related to that war. Rather than placing the emphasis on the victory of one side over another, these events and sites encourage us all to reflect on the contributions our ancestors made to preserve this great nation of ours. Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee provides another
Parliamentary Report Op-Ed Column by Garry Breitkreuz notable reason to celebrate in 2012. A symbol of continuity and perseverance, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has now served Canada for an astounding six decades—nearly as long as Queen Victoria herself. Recently the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall marked this Jubilee year with a Royal Tour of Canada, preceded by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (William and Kate) in 2011, and Her Majesty and the Duke of Edinburgh in 2010. In honour of the Diamond Jubilee, and in the spirit of our Queen’s long and dedicated service to
others, I’d like to remind constituents that our government is offering Canadians an opportunity to nominate deserving individuals for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal. This medal is not intended for those who have already achieved notability, but for ordinary Canadians whose selfless contributions make or have made a striking difference within their spheres of influence. If you know someone in the Yorkton-Melville constituency who you think deserves this type of recognition, please contact my office at 1-800-667-6606 to ask for more information. I will accept two further intakes of nominations with deadlines of September 1 and December 1, 2012. Around this time, school books are closing for many of Canada’s students. Across the land families are preparing to enjoy summer. Whether you’re celebrating Canada’s 145th birthday, visiting an 1812 memorial, considering who you can nominate for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medal, or simply enjoying our fine land, I wish you a very, very, enjoyable summer season – and a joyous upcoming Canada Day! God keep our land, and God save our Queen.
Finding a new way of thinking: leadership conference By DEVIN WILGER N-R Writer When one sees all the construction happening throughout Yorkton and area, it’s clear that the community is in the middle of a big change. So how does one prepare themselves to do best in a changing environment? The Pacific Institute recently lead a conference in the city to talk to business leaders about corporate culture and the importance of innovative thinking. Laural Manegre, who has been with the Pacific Institute for 22 years, says that the goal of the event was the get community leaders to think more boldly about what can happen, and focus on the different challenges which will be happening in the next eight years. The approach which the institute takes is focused on psychology, Manegre says, and she says this event also emphasized the ways the culture within a workplace can affect everything it does, right down to the bottom line. “It can really fast track some success.
What we teach people is the mental technology around how their mind works, so that they can make more effective decisions based on where they want to go, rather than where they’ve always been. Those thought patterns of where we’ve always been may not serve them for where they want to go,” she adds. She says that the program is built on science, rather than regular motivational speaking. She claims that the Pacific Institute tries to take complicated psychological knowledge and make it easy to understand, which can help people see patterns and have a common language to discuss the idea. “We don’t get stuck doing everything we did before and try to push more of that. Maybe there’s some new thinking that can take place.” The day went fantastic, Manegre says, with the community members being very engaged in the process, and she says that the attendees will take away a great deal of information for
themselves, their families and their businesses. Corinne Lubiniecki with Community Futures Ventures was one of the presenting sponsors of the event,
and says the event was everything they wanted it to be. She says that the 86 attendees were able to bring home a wealth of information that will help them as they move forward in
their lives. “All businesses need to understand the culture side of their businesses and the thought patterns. Why you’re thinking the way you are to day and how to
think more innovative,” Lubiniecki says. She says that if the businesses that attended the workshop continue to consider the information they learned, they will thrive.
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Celebrate Canada Day at the WDM It’s a fun afternoon for the whole family and it’s fast approaching! Why not celebrate Canada Day this year by venturing down to a “Good Old Fashioned Family Picnic” on July 1 at the Western Development Museum Grounds. “Get ready for a fun afternoon that the entire family can enjoy! There will be hay rides, novelty booths, face painting, an inflatable bouncer and restored fire truck rides,” says Carla Madsen from the WDM and Canada Day organizing committee. “Kids of all ages can take part in games and relays, as well as go on a Canadianthemed treasure hunt to win some great loot! For the adults,
new caches for the “Great Canadian GPS Quest” will be set up, plus vintage vehicle buffs will enjoy the display by the Yorkton Antique Auto Association.” Handcrafted decorative ceramics by local artist Sonya Pawliw will be displayed as well as artwork from students of the local high schools. Museum galleries will also be open for viewing (regular gallery admission applies) where visitors can see many exciting additions to the Winning the Prairie Gamble exhibit. Opening Ceremonies begin at 12:30 p.m. with a special Colour Party entrance and the singing of “O Canada.” Greetings from local dignitaries will be delivered and win-
ners of the Canadian Colouring Contest will be announced. “An incredible lineup of entertainment will keep the stage moving throughout the afternoon including a variety of dance and vocal performances. New this year will be dog shows by the Shamrock Kennel & Obedience Club, who also have some fun con-
Rain still an issue for crops By DEVIN WILGER N-R Writer It’s a familiar story, once again an excess of moisture is proving to be a barrier for area farmers. Lyndon Hicks with Saskatchewan Agriculture says that there will be some pockets of unseeded acres, specifically to the east and south-east of the city. Right now, about 96 per cent of the crop is in the ground, but the excess rain is causing problems even for people who have their crop in the ground already. “Even people who have all their crops seeded, they’re having trouble getting it sprayed, so that’s been a big issue right now, getting on the land,” Hicks says. Spraying for both weeds and insects has been an issue, Hicks says, and there has been some yellowing of crops due to excess moisture in the area, and significant acres have been flooded out. Hicks says that these problems should let up if the rain does, and that there is a potential for a great growing season if the rain subsides. “If we get some nice, warm growing conditions things could get pretty good,” Hicks says. While still a wet year, it is better than the five year average, which saw 91 per cent of seeding complete at this time, and a significant improvement over last year, where some districts in the region had a seeding percentage as low as 66 per cent.
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Meat Shops and Kalyna Ukrainian Dance, so bring your appetite too! “We look forward to an exciting afternoon, so gather up the whole family and join us for some good old fashioned fun. Admission to the grounds is FREE!” The upcoming event is sponsored by the Yorkton Canada Day Committee, the Western Development Museum, Tourism Yorkton, the City of Yorkton, and the Celebrate Canada Committee for Saskatchewan & Department of Canadian Heritage. It takes place Sunday, July 1 from 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Western Development Museum Grounds.
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Health Foundation awards improve education
Therapies, to attend the course “Manual Edema Mobilization of for Sub-Acute Arm/ Hand Edema. Jill Heath, is a nurse in Hemodialysis, who will attend a workshop for the Canadian Association of Nephrology nurses, Elaine Andrew, an RN in Hemodialysis, who will attend a workshop for the Canadian Association of Nephrology nurses, Wendy Naclia, in Human Resources, to attend the annual conference for human resource professionals; Andrea Nazarevich with Cornerstone Therapies, to attend the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapist annual conference and workshop, Koliann Shwaga, in YRHC – ICU, attending the Dynamics of Critical Care conference. Jointly with TD Bank Financial Group The Health Foundation will also fund a wheelchair skills workshop. Jacquie Holzmann, Director of Therapies for Sunrise, made the application and accepted the award. Additionally, several books were bought as resource and educational material for the medicine ward under the Educational Resource Materials of the Education Program. Charlene Malayney accepted the award.
By DEVIN WILGER N-R Writer The Health Foundation’s mandate is to improve health care in the Sunrise Health Region, and part of that mission is funding further education for staff. The Spring Education Awards saw 14 applicants receive $16,100 in scholarships. This is the 12th year that TD Bank has partnered with the Health Foundation on the awards. Jonas Haywood, TD Canada Trust Area Manager for east central Saskatchewan, says that the program has been a big success, and TD Bank is replicating it in other areas as a result, as well as continuing to support the efforts of the Health Foundation. TD Bank funds half of the awards each year, approximately $12,000 annually. The recipients of TD Bank Financial Group’s scholarship awards are: Arnold Esguerra, a nurse with St. Paul’s Lutheran Home, taking orientation to Nursing in Canada. Hilary Keller, with St. Paul’s Lutheran
THE HEALTH FOUNDATION’S Spring Education Awards saw 14 applicants receive $16,100 in scholarships to improve their education. Pictured are (l-r): back row: Diane Rusnak, Chair of The Health Foundation; Jacquie Holzmann; Andrea Nazarevich; Jill Heath; Elaine Andrew; Jonas Haywood, TD Canada Trust Area Manager; and Janice Flaman. Front row: Denise Kominetsky; Charlene Malayney; Kollian Shwaga; Kim Tiang Giong; and Wendy Naclia. Home, is taking the RN Diploma. Janice Flaman, a nurse in the regional health centre is taking her post RN Bachelor of Nursing.
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scholarship awards were: Denise Kominetsky, a nurse in the regional health centre, taking the International InterProfessional Wound
Hudye farms changes hands It represents one of the largest single farmland transactions in the history of Western Canada. The Hudye Group has announced the sale of their Canadian farmland assets to the Hutterian Brethren Church of Spring Creek, Walsh, Alberta. The sale includes over 20,000 acres of farmland plus all of the existing equipment storage and grain storage belonging to Hudye Farms Inc. and related companies. Hudye Farms Inc. has entered into a custom farming agreement with Spring Creek to complete the 2012 crop year with an extension to 2013 at Spring Creek’s option. The sale price has not been disclosed. The Board of Directors of the Hudye Group was unanimous in their decision to enter into the sale process with Spring Creek. “While we will continue to own and manage our agricultural retail business, Hudye Soil Services Inc. in north-east Saskatchewan, as a family we decided to take our farmland investment in a new direction,” comments Braden Hudye, President, Hudye Farms Inc. “What helped us make this decision was that we knew that the Spring Creek group will carry on
our strong family farming tradition, care for the land, the environment and our local community,” adds Greg Hudye, Director of Hudye Farms Inc. Spring Creek Colony was founded and established in 1956 south of Walsh, Alberta. The colony has grown from 10,000 acres to 25,000 today. The members of Spring Creek Colony are committed towards all aspects of agriculture and food production with their main objective to help feed the world. They are dedicated to their community, including being on the Walsh volunteer fire department as well as making a substantial donation to the new Maple Creek General Hospital. They will be operating the new farm as the Hutterian Brethern Church of Crystal Lake Inc. “Spring Creek and Hudye Farms are now working together to ensure a smooth transition,” says Nathan Hudye, VicePresident and Manager of Hudye Farms Inc. “Spring Creek has committed to continuing with the Field of Dreams project in addition to facilitating the aggressive research efforts aimed at maximizing productivity in cooperation with Hudye Soil Services Inc. and other industry
partners. We firmly believe that this change in ownership will be a good thing for the industry and the community.” Hudye Farms Inc. was founded in 1980 and has grown from 2,000 acres to 20,000 acres. It is one of the business entities of the Hudye Group based in Norquay, Saskatchewan, Canada. Hudye Farms Inc. has been recognized as one of the premier farm operations in Western Canada, and has been involved in countless research efforts and trials expending time and resources to promote increased profitability by maximizing productivity. Hudye Farms Inc. has received both national and international recognition for its involvement and commitment to the agriculture industry over the past 30+ years. The Hudye Group is comprised of investments in farmland both in Canada and the United States; agriculture retail operations in north-east Saskatchewan; commercial real estate in Saskatchewan and North Dakota; oil and gas interests in both Canada and the United States; wind energy development in eastern Colorado; and residential real estate in Arizona.
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The farmer is trained and settles right in Submitted by Kaare Askildt, former Preeceville area farmer in training. This is the first of a series on getting settled in Hazel Dell. Here we are! As the new owners of the Ponderosa! But wait! Something is afoul! It appears that there might be a leak in the drain pipes somewhere, as sewer gases accumulate in my office! Trust me; I don’t produce enough methane gas during the day to have it linger in my office overnight! Cliff Russell of VLR Services, a plumber that moved to Nut Mountain last year
came to investigate. He found a number of places where the sewer gases could leak into the house, and set about to fix those problems. The sewer smell seems to have gone away, but now my wife smells something fishy in the entry way. I suggested that perhaps our friendly spirit Stella might have cooked herself a dinner! My wife didn’t think that was funny! I thought it was hilarious until I was working late in the office one night and heard footsteps in the entry way, but when I checked there was nobody there! I made a deal with myself not to joke about these things
again! I mean, we have to keep Stella happy and on our side! We are cleaning up the yard now that the snow and frost have gone. The previous owner obviously did not believe in taking his used auto parts and other garbage to the dump. My wife also found a few brand new auto parts in their original packaging, which we will take to the Preeceville consignment auction in June. We have arranged three sections of our yard, one for garbage, another for the auction and the third for building supplies. It appears that we will not only save ourselves a few
dollars, but also make some with the stuff that was left behind. Our time is divided between yard work and making new pens for the animals. After a scrumptious Norwegian style breakfast with soft boiled eggs, we set about to fix Annie’s escape hatch. The old square fencing had to come off, a couple of posts had to be pushed in and new barbed wires strung. It had warmed up causing us to shed our jackets and when we finished I looked at my watch and declared the time to be about 3:30 in the afternoon. We don’t want to tire ourselves out, so we decided that we would quit at 5:00 p.m. Marion wanted to make a meatloaf for supper, and wanted me to tell her when it was four o’clock so she could start the preparation. We pushed in a few posts to enlarge the current pen. However, there are a lot of swampy areas so the new fence will block those areas off. I looked at my watch, and oops its five o’clock already. My wife hurried inside to make the meatloaf. She came to the window and was wondering if the sun was bothering me, perhaps play-
ing with my mind or something. When I inquired as to how she would think that, she told me it was only three o’clock according to all the clocks in the house as well as the TV! I checked my wrist watch, and to our chagrin found that I had not turned off the stop watch feature that I timed the eggs with. Oops, ha-ha, silly me! But we decided to call it quits anyway! The fencing reminded me about the two sheep that kept getting out at
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COMMUNITY JAM – The Saskatchewan Abilities Council hosted a Community Jam in the city recently. The event provided an opportunity for people to get on stage and play some music, or just enjoy a good time while the music played.
night. The first time it happened the farmer led them back in the morning, and added another strand of wire. The next morning they were out again. The farmer leads them back in and adds another strand of wire. After the fourth time, one sheep says to the other: “How many strands of wire do you think the farmer will do?” “I don’t know’” replied the other sheep, “it depends when he realizes that he’s not closing the gate!”
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YEX “Best Rack” Chicken & Rib Contest July 7, on the fair grounds beside the Saddles & Steel Last Chance Saloon Call 783-4800 or visit yorktonexhibition.com for details. Summer Reading Club & Movie Afternoons Yorkton Public Library Tuesdays 2-3 p.m. Pre-register to take part. Also, drop in movie afternoons will be held on Wednesdays @ 2 p.m. Call 783-3523 or drop by the library for details. Summer Arts Show Cherrydale Golf & Campground Until Sept. 30 All are welcome! Save the Yorkton Brick Mill Become a member and be a part of a great historical venture. Learn more or get involved by visiting: www.yorkton brickmill.org Interested parties can also call 783-0290 or 783-6211. pARTners Gallery New Exhibit! Judy Niebergall displays her fluid artistry in GIFTS FROM THE SEA. Explore Judy’s creative ports of call during opening hours at Yorkton Public Library, through the summer season.
Saskatchewan Youth Parliament – looking for alumni (including former members of Older Boys’ Parliament) to celebrate 100 Years of Leadership, August 17-19 at the Travelodge South in Regina. Events will include mock debates, a gala dinner, tours, displays, and audio visual presentations. For more info. and a link to purchase tickets and register, visit sask youthparliament.com/ centennial. Also search for Saskatchewan Youth Parliament Centennial on Facebook.
Seniors Fellowship Yorkton Victory Church 175 Gladstone Ave. S. Tuesdays, 1:30-3 p.m. Non-denominational, all are welcome! • board games, cards, food, fellowship and devotionals.
Gospel Service Series Rokeby Hall • the goal is the present life and teachings of Jesus and confirm faith in those who believe in God. Conducted by N. Osborne, M. Ausenhus.
Tot Spot Boys & Girls Club New Early Learning Drop-In Centre SIGN on North Building Mon., Tues., Thurs., & Fri. Free to participate! Donations accepted. Call 783-2582 for details.
Yorkton Creators 4-H Club Welcoming new members ages 6-21. Projects include cooking, sewing, woodworking and cloverbud. For more info. call Vi at 782-4721.
Yorkton in Bloom – accepting entries until July 20. To register or learn more call 786-1776.
Al-Anon Al-Anon meets Mondays, 8 p.m. at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, and Wednesdays at the Westview United Church.
Singers Unite! Yorkton Community Concert Choir Practices every Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the choir room at the YRHS (use parking lot entrance) Contact Laurene at 782-0460, Shanni at 783-9145 or Anna at 744-2729 for details.
New Horizon Friday Night Dances 78 - 1st Ave. North Yorkton • June 29, music by Bill Ripa Dances start at 8 p.m., doors open at 7 p.m. Admission $7, lunch included. All are welcome! Call Peter at 782-1846.
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The Bereaved Parents of Yorkton Group – a self-help group for parents who have experienced the death of a child at any age, from any cause. For further info. call 783-8386.
Calling all Bridge Players! The Yorkton Duplicate Bridge Club has started up. The club meets weekly on Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion. Call 783-4220 for more details.
Yorkton Farmer’s Market Every Thursday and Saturday at the Parkland Mall! All are welcome! Yorkton Public Library • Toddler Time: Thurs. mornings 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. • Pre-School Storytime: Thurs. mornings 10:30 – 11:15 a.m. Call 783-3523 for more info.
Cribbage & Pool The Yorkton Retired Citizens Inc. group invites interested cribbage and pool players to come out to St. Gerard’s Church – lower level – Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:15 to 4 p.m. $1 for the afternoon for crib, $1.25 for the afternoon for pool, price includes light lunch. For info. call Helen at 783-0802 or Angie at 783-7838.
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$350,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
Size: 1339 sq. ft. Year Built: 1931 Taxes: $1353.00
$239,900 Size: 1100 sq. ft. Bedrooms: 3 Year Built: 1987 Bathrooms: 2 MLS® 429211 & 420693 Text: CORE26 to 33344
Size: 1872 sq. ft. Year Built: 1970
Size: 1632 sq. ft. Year Built: 1976 Taxes: $901.00
MLS® 425088 Text: CORE23 to 33344
RM OF WALLACE
201 - 1ST AVE. N.
Size: 780 sq. ft. Year Built: 1960 Taxes: $1398
$105,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
108 BETTS AVE.
Size: 700 sq. ft. Year Built: 1946 Taxes: $1253
$83,000 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2
#3-66 DRIVE 167RUSSELL - 4TH AVE. N.
123 ST., SPRINGSIDE 56PATRICK STILLWATER BAY
Bedrooms:Size: 3 Yearsq. Built: $199,900 1248 ft. 2000 Bathrooms: 3 Built: Taxes: $2281.00 Bedrooms: 4 Year 1948 Size: 1200 sq. ft. $1661.00 Bathrooms: 2 Taxes: 408174 MLS®MLS® 429836 Text: CORE20 to 33344
$482,500 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 3
$479,800 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3
MLS® 424203 Text: CORE22 to 33344
$452,500 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3
Size: 1591 sq. ft. Year Built: 2009 Taxes: $2852.00
$268,800 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2
MLS® 425135 Text: CORE32 to 33344
Size: 1344 sq. ft. Year Built: 2012
96 POPLAR PLACE - GOOD SSPIRIT
$31,500 Lots & Land Taxes: $69.00
MLS® 428319 Text: CORE9 to 33344
MLS® 421471-421472 Text: CORE10 to 33344
15 MCBURNEY DRIVE
RM OF INSINGER
S O LD $169,900 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
Size: 863 sq. ft. Year Built: 1973 Taxes: 743
MLS® 419880 Text: CORE4 to 33344
55 REAMAN AVE.
$135,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
$269,900 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 4
Size: 1747 sq. ft. Year Built: 1976 Taxes: $2318.00
$260,000 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 3
MLS® 422339 Text: CORE19 to 33344
$129,000 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2
Size: 832 sq. ft. Year Built: 1959 Taxes: $1305.00
Size: 1040 sq. ft. Year Built: 1968 Taxes: $765.00
56 STILLWATER BAY
$439,000 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 3
MLS® 431383 Text: CORE29 to 33344
313 DRUMMOND AVE.
166 ASSINIBOINE TERRACE S, KAMSACK
$150,000. Multi-family Year Built: 1965 Taxes: $2100.00
Size: 1615 sq. ft. Year Built: 2012
MLS® 420689 Text: CORE31 to 33344
210&214 RANKIN RD, CHURCHBRIDGE
$215,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 $35,000 Lots and land.
Size: 1520 sq. ft. Year Built: 1990 Taxes: $505
MLS® 413933 Text: CORE30 to 33344
220 CHRISTOPHER ST. - THEODORE
Size: 1140 sq. ft. Year Built: 2011
$240,000 Size: 1364 sq. ft. Bedrooms: 3 Year Built: 2011 Bathrooms: 2 MLS® 420691 & 420693 Text: CORE2 to 33344
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$119,900 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
Size: 625 sq. ft. Year Built: 1946 Taxes: $1113.00
Size: 1338 sq. ft. Year Built: 2012
MLS® 429855 Text: CORE28 to 33344
305&309 DOUGLAS AVE.
Size: 1380 sq. ft. Year Built: 1975 Taxes: $2037.00
$259,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
Size: 1288 sq. ft. Year Built: 1991 Taxes: $280.00 (2011) MLS® 429246
220 - 8TH AVE. W., CANORA
$169,900 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2
Size: 1296 sq. ft. Year Built: 1950 Taxes: $1317.00
MLS® 430203 Text: CORE13 to 33344
$398,900 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 4
RM OF GARRY $275,000 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2
RM OF SALTCOATS
$369,900 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2
$20,000 Acreage MLS® 421962
$85,000 Farm & Ranch
MLS® 434223 Text: CORE11 to 33344
209 TAYLOR AVE., SPRINGSIDE
MLS® 421725 Text: CORE24 to 33344
2 PIONEER DR., THEODORE
Size: 1178 sq. ft. Year Built: 2011 Taxes: $2206.00 (2012)
5 PHEASANT COVE
311 PROTHERO AVE., CHURCHBRIDGE
Size: 2374 sq. ft. Year Built: 2004 Taxes: $3216.00
Size: 1217 sq. ft. Year Built: 1988 Taxes: $1850.00
MLS® 424403 Text: CORE21 to 33344
64 PARKLANE DR.
#306 - 27 ERICHSEN PL.
$245,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
12 PARKLANE DRIVE
Size: 1604 sq. ft. Year Built: 2005 Taxes: $3356.00
Size: 1484 sq. ft. Year Built: 1913 Taxes: $1230.00 (2011)
$189,000 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2
MLS® 429080 Text: CORE33 to 33344
$78,000 Size:Built: 689 sq. ft. $389,000 Year 2011 Bedrooms:33 Year Built: 1948 Bedrooms: Bathrooms:31 Taxes: $818.00 Bathrooms: Size: 1615 15 sq. ft. 425954 MLS® MLS® 420689 Text:CORE31 CORE25to to33344 33344 Text:
15 POPLAR BAY
Size: 1256 sq. ft. Year Built: 1975 Taxes: $1600.00 (2012)
MLS® 434013 Text: CORE18 to 33344
30 WILLIS AVE. - SPRINGSIDE
$142,000 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2
$155,900 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2
$295,000 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 3
Size: 959 sq. ft. Year Built: 1947 Taxes: $1313.00
MLS® 433667 Text: CORE14 to 33344
282 MAPLE AVE.
Taxes: $2206.00 (2012)
RM OF WALLACE
$126,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
MLS® 433504 Text: CORE6 to 33344
125 BRIDGER AVE., CHURCHBRIDGE
$189,000 Size: 920 sq. ft. Year Built: 1982
Size: 1064 sq. ft. Year Built: 1960 Taxes: $1545.00
Size: 1980 sq. ft. Year Built: 2010 Taxes: $1735.00
MLS® 427661 Text: CORE16 to 33344
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114 Tupper Ave. $ 210,000 MLS® 434785 Call Jon
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309 Fourth Ave. N. MLS® 423547
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NEWS REVIEW SPORTS Sport notes Stock car racing The stock car racing season at the Yellowhead International Speedway is set to open. The season schedule will have races Sunday, July 29; Sunday, August 19; Sunday, September 16; Saturday, September 29 and Sunday, September 30. All races get underway at 2 p.m. unless otherwise stated. If rained out, the race will be held the following weekend.
Go Skateboading Day a success By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer June 21 was Go Skateboarding Day, a now international event to spread the skateboarding culture and Cab Clothing celebrated the event with their third annual Go Skateboarding Day held at the skatepark. Shop owners Brennan Wiens and Aaron Kienle were out serving hot dogs and water at the park as well as having a product toss where t-shirts, hats, skate videos, and sunglasses were given out
as well as orchestrating a scavenger hunt through twitter and facebook in which a free skate deck and a pair of skateboarding shoes were given out to the first person who could find the hidden items. The park had a solid turnout for the day’s events as skateboarders of all ages took advantage of the excuse to go hit the park. Cab also held a pre Go Skateboarding Day event in Brandon, Manitoba in which members of the Cab skate team teamed up with Emerica riders on
their Dust Demons tour in an event at the Brandon skatepark that gave local skaters a chance to meet and skate with pros as well as further grow skateboarding outside of Yorkton. Wiens also mentioned that the new skatepark will be huge for Yorkton stating that it will be “world class.” Wiens also mentioned that the park will grow Yorkton’s skate scene as a similar park in Brandon drew over a hundred spectators for their pre-Go Skateboarding Event with the Emerica team.
Games tryouts The 2012 Saskatchewan Summer Games will take place in Melfort July 29 to August 4. Sports include archery, athletics, baseball, basketball, canoe/kayak, equestrian, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis triathlon, and volleyball. Team tryouts will be held between April and July. For more information on dates and age classes visit www.parklandvalley.ca, call 786-6585 or email email@example.com.
Drag Races Prairie Thunder is hosting its ninth annual drag race challenge July 22 at Yorkton Municipal Airport. The Prairie Thunder Drag Race Challenge IX welcomes all classes of cars, trucks, motorcycles and snowmobiles to compete in the 1/8 mile drag racing events. Concessions and beer gardens will be available on site. Check out rules and regulations for entering on the competition website at kambusters.ca for more details or contact Frank Pohozoff at 641-6276 or by email at fpohozoff@ napacanada.com. Racing begins at nine a.m.
Roughstock Rodeo The Yorkton Exhibition is hosting the Painted Hand Roughstock Rodeo August eighth and ninth at the Cornerstone Raceway on the Yorkton Exhibition grounds. The Outdoor rodeo event begins at noon and will feature classic rodeo events that will be entertertainment for all ages. For more information visit yorktonexhibition. com or contact Shaun Morin at 783-4800 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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LOCAL SKATEBOARDER Jesse Farrell airs over a fire hydrant at the skatepark during Go Skateboarding Day. Cab Clothing organized an event to celebrate the international day of skateboarding
Cardinals suffer woes in West Division road trip By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer Heading on the road only exasperated the Yorkton Cardinals problems as they only managed two wins in their road swing to face the West Division Lethbridge Bulls and Okotoks Dawgs and Central Division Swift Current Indians. The Cardinals opened their road swing in Lethbridge with two games in two nights against the 10-9 Bulls. The opening game of the series saw the Bulls take an early 6-0 lead off of Cardinals pitcher Corey Thompson that proved to be insurmountable despite RBI’s from Francis Rodriguez and Scott Livingston. Outfielder Brayon Colley recorded his seventh stolen base of the season in the defeat. Game two of the two game series saw a role reversal as the Cardinals jumped to a six run lead in the second inning that was the deciding factor in a 8-5 Cards victory. Travis Donahoo took advantage of the run support in a seven inning pitching outing that earned him his second win of the season. Reid Flasch was the key batter in the win, knocking in two runs.
The Cardinals then headed to Okotoks Seaman Stadium for a weekend series against the Dawgs. In Saturday’s opening game of the series the Cardinals kept the game close until a four run fifth inning took the wheels off a potential Cardinals comeback handing them a 7-0 defeat. Dawgs third basemen John Apostolo killed the Cardinals with three runs batted in for the Okotoks nine. Game two of Saturday’s doubleheader saw Logan Hershenow give the Cardinals a quality start allowing Brett Smith and Francis Rodriguez RBI’s in a three run sixth inning give the Cardinals a bounce back 3-2 win in an eight inning affair. Rodriguez also recorded a stolen base while Gabe Cook also took a base in addition to earning a save as a pitcher in the win. Swift Current was the final stop in the Cards road swing as the Indians hosted a Sunday/Monday two game set in a Central/East interdivision clash. Bryce Manning got shellacked for six runs in a 14-3 loss for the Cardinals in a loss that could be attributed to the grind of making trips to Lethbridge and Okotoks over a five day span. Brayon
Colley recorded his ninth stolen base of the season, showing that the Cardinals have a threat on the basepaths that could be useful in playing the small ball game. Monday’s game against the Indians saw a much better pitching performance, but the Cardinals bats were the issue as the Indians took a 3-1 win, taking first place in the Central Division. Dylan Tye went seven innings for the Cardinals allowing two earned runs in what was a quality start despite being given the loss. Brayon Colley got another two steals in the game, becoming one of the bright spots in what was a frustrating Cardinals road trip. Tuesday saw the Cardinals return to Jubilee Park as the Highway 10 battle was renewed with the Millionaires coming into town. Travis Donahoo could not keep his winning ways going as he earned the loss for the Cardinals with a five earned run, five inning performance in the 7-3 loss. Bryce Manning and Brayon Colley both notched RBI’s and stolen bases for the Cardinals in the loss, with Colley earning two stolen bases in the game in addition to Francis Rodriguez
giving the Cardinals four total stolen bases in what was impressive baserunning in the loss. The loss to the Millionaires extended the Cardinals losing streak to three games, despite showing bright spots on the base paths and getting good pitching in the loss to the Indians the Cardinals simply have had problems getting each facet of the game in tune every night this season. A tough schedule with a Alberta road swing can serve as a hopeful excuse for what was another less than stellar stretch for the WMBL ballclub. Tired legs and arms don’t help losing teams get back to winning ways, but the Cardinals must be disappointed with their results. The Cardinals now look to rest and recover after what was another disappointing stretch of games that sees them with a 7-13 record, nine games behind the league and division leading Regina Red Sox. The Cardinals resume action with two more games against the Millionaires this weekend. Friday they head to Pirie Field in Melville and on Canada Day the Cardinals host the Millionaires in what should be an entertaining event at Jubilee Park.
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Parkland stock car race results
By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer
Sunday was a great day for local stock car racing fans as the Parkland Racing Association held races at the Yellowhead International Speedway. Thunderstock and Streetstock events were run as well as a ladies and mechanics race to round out what was a solid day of racing at the Yellowhead track. Big winners of the day were Dustin Randall, Ryan Atkings
and Jen Atkings took the lone ladies glory by winning the ladies race heat. All in all it was a good, clear day which made for some good racing as track conditions were prime and drivers didn’t have to worry about any potential rain with clear skies and sun as the events forecast. Results for the day are as follows: Thunderstock winners; Heat
Randall Heat 2; 8x Dustin Randall Heat 3; 8x Dustin Randall Feature race; 12 Gary Goudy Jr. Street stock winners; Heat 1; 3 Glen Randall Heat 2; 44 Ryan Atkings Heat 3; 44 Ryan Atkings Feature race; 44 Ryan Atkings
Mechanics Race: Casey Randall
Ladies Race: 7 Jen Atkings Next race day for the Parkland Racing Association is Sunday, July 29 at two p.m. at the Yellowhead International Speedway. All spectators are welcome to check out the stock car race action.
The Health Foundation recently wrapped up its Walk to Run clinic. The clinic held two weekly sessions for anyone who was interested in improving their running/walking abilities in preparation for The Health Foundation Charity Road Race. The clinic held two sessions a week on Tuesday and Thursday and allowed participants of all ages to improve their fitness at their own pace and choose whether to walk or run. Bernie Wlock, clinic’s instructor mentioned that the progress of the
clinic’s participants was very visible citing, “We had a lot of people who have never ran before, and now they can run five kilometers.” The clinic which ended this week generally has a solid turnout even when the weather is not cooperating and that the morale of the participants is high as many of the runners mentioned how fun and enjoyable the program was and that the opportunity to get fitness and activity was not taken for granted. The Charity Road Race is August 19 and offers five km, ten km, and half marathon events for all levels of runners.
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Connor Lutz takes silver in IPF Cup By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer Local powerlifter Connor Lutz put Yorkton on the international powerlifting map in the IPF World Classic Cup in Stockholm, Sweden. Lutz, who was in the 83 kg weight class for the event, earned a silver medal in the bench press event at the IPF Cup giving the young Lutz an impressive showing at the international event. Lutz also vaulted to seventh place in the world rankings with an impressive showing in all three of his events at the IPF World Classic Cup in addition to his silver medal. Lutz was
ranked fourteenth out of twenty-three competitors heading into the World Classic Cup making his silver medal performance in the bench press even more impressive for the young Lutz, who was only ranked at the number twelve position in Canada before the event. Connor was the second youngest competitor in the competition and looks to have a bright future in powerlifting ahead of him with this impressive showing in Sweden. Lutz, who was born and raised in Yorkton took up powerlifting after playing on the University of Huskies football team.
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2012 Riders season preview: all eyes on Darian Durant Ruttigâ€™s rants The Saskatchewan Roughriders are a team in search of a new identity heading into the 2012 CFL season. After a Grey Cup title and two near misses at the hands of the Montreal Alouettes, Rider Nation had become accustomed to winning and contending for titles. But after a disastrous 2011 season where injury problems and the absence of now former Roughrider and current Hamilton Tiger-cat Andy Fantuz to chase NFL prospects saw the end of an era in Regina as the Roughriders didnâ€™t just fail to make the playoffs, they failed to do much of anything all season. Save for the three week stretch of the season where back to back wins over the Blue Bombers and a 30-20 win over
the Argonauts gave Rider fans false playoff hope and you had a season of football that was pretty hard to watch. Now, new faces have been brought in, a new head coach has been named, and the Riders are looking for a fresh start under Corey Chamblin. However some of the old faces have managed to outlast the Rider makeover as slotbacks Weston Dressler and Chris Getzlaf return to a receiving core bolstered by the addition of former NFL player and New York Giant Sinorice Moss. Getzlaf who recently signed a contract extension with the Riders, had a breakout 2011 season and was one of the few bright spots in the Riders offensive attack last season.
Column Chase Ruttig Even with a new contract and new faces being abundant heading into Fridayâ€™s season opener in Hamilton it is the player that survived that will be the main focus throughout the 2012 season. Yes Darian Durant is back after a disaster of a 2011 campaign that was hampered by injuries, poor play bickering with the offensive coaching staff and head coach and everything and any-
Yorkton United Football Club hosted its final soccer festival over the weekend as all levels of Yorkton footy enjoyed what was a weekend of hot weather on the pitch. Saturday featured inter-squad scrimmages and local league play as well as a match featuring the Yorkton United Fury U-14 team and the ACFC Pumas and the U-12 Yorkton United Chelsea taking on AC Pumas Gold. The YUFC Chelsea side lost another tough 9-2 game which could have been closer if the young side finished their chances, hitting the post multiple times to kick off the second half, which coach Andy Wyatt felt really changed the tide of the game. Saturday also featured an inter-squad scrimmage between the U-18 and menâ€™s players to cap off a full day of football. Sundayâ€™s highlights included a Under 8 grassroots level minitournament, a ladies scrimmage and the final of the Challenge Cup
that was made up from the previous rain cancellation. The Yorkton United Fury also took the pitch again on Sunday notching a 12-nil drubbing over QC United from Regina in a result that showed the dominance of the U-14 side. The weekendâ€™s action was then wrapped up by the men as the Parkland Mall Menâ€™s League saw action after cancellations the previous week due to unplayable pitch conditions. Yorkshire and Parkland Albion saw their first defeat of the season at the hands of Team Red in a physical 6-4 final score. Leon Derks proved to be the difference maker in the dayâ€™s best match with some stunning long distance strikes that proved to much for the Albion to handle despite battling for most of the game and taking a 2-1 lead after trailing onenil at halftime. Other games that took place Sunday saw Celtic playing the M&M Water Supplies Whitecaps and Black finishing off the festival with a match against Celtic in the late fixture. League play resumes July 8.
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Durantâ€™s every turnover and incomplete pass will be placed under the microscope this season as the whispers that he was the product of the CFLâ€™s best receiving core have already begun from last season, and will only grow if he doesnâ€™t come out strong in 2012. As for a prediction it is hard to tell after a 0-2 pre-season if the new look Riders will gel enough to succeed. With the addition of Odell Willis to the defense as well as another year of Shomari Williams development the Riders have the defense on paper to make the playoffs. It will be up to Durant and that suspect offense to make the difference between a playoff team or another year of rebuilding for the Roughriders.
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thing in between. Durant has been given a long and short leash in his stint with the Riders, from being the fan favorite in taking over for Kerry Joseph, to being fairly maligned in the media for his various troubles last season. Durant is expected to be the opening day starter for the Riders and all eyes will be on him from opening kickoff Friday until the end of the Riders season. The
Rider media and bipolar fandom that has come with it in recent years will guarantee that Durant needs to bring winning football back to Taylor Field (Mosiac Stadium) or else he will be eaten alive on the message boards, social networking sites, and call-in radio shows that have fueled the madness of Rider football. New offensive linemen have been brought in, including the number one overall draft pick Ben Heenan from the University of Saskatchewan to provide Durant protection and a defense that potentially could be one of the best in the CFL give Durant little excuses this season. If the Riders are to continue their struggles blame will fall on their franchise quarterback.
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SHHS Athletes of the Month By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer Sacred Heart High School’s final Cab Clothing Athletes of the Month were named. June winners Brooke Mentanko and Caleb Sutter, two provincial medal winning members of the successful Sacred Heart track and field squad were honored as the final Athletes of the Month for the 2011/12 school year. Sutter a member of the SHHS track team, won silver in the javelin and bronze in the 100 meter sprint at East Central Districts advancing to provincials in two events, an impressive feat for the first year high school track athlete. Sutter also was named to the East Central School Division relay team that won the bronze medal at SHSAA provincials in the 4 x 100 relay team. Sutter’s coaches said the grade nine athlete made great improvements throughout the season while being involved in multiple activities. Sutter looks to have a bright future in track and field with the Saints that should see many more provincial medals. The June female Athlete of the Month award goes to Brooke Mentanko. Brooke showed tremendous dedication to her training for track and won gold in the 400, 800, 1,500, and 3,000 meter races earning her the Sr. Girls Aggregate trophy at East Central Districts. At provincials
Bulldogs Lacrosse By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer After starting a two game home winning streak the previous weekend, the Yorkton Bulldogs just couldn’t keep the home magic alive losing 7-6 to the Regina Rifles in their regular season finale. The Bulldogs battled with the league leading Rifles all game and managed to mount a comeback in the third period off key goals from Jayden Dozorec before faltering to the Rifles comeback, losing a tough game to a first place squad at home. The loss served as the Bulldogs last regular season contest in what has been an up and down year for the PGLL team who have to feel that if they had more luck on the road would be in a higher position than fifth place heading into the playoffs. The Bulldogs are tied for fifth with Estevan who have a game left. The Bulldogs will await the results of the final two PGLL games on the schedule before the start of the playoffs which take place in Saskatoon July 14-15.
she earned a bronze medal in the 800 meter race and a silver in the 1500 meter event. Next year Brooke will be a member of the University of Saskatchewan Huskies track team as she graduates and moves on from the Saints program. Saints coaches credit Brooke as one of the hardest working athletes to ever be a member of the track program and her hard work should continue to earn her success beyond high school.
SHHS ATHLETES OF THE MONTH Caleb Sutter and Brooke Mentanko pictured with sponsors Aaron Kienle and Brennan Wiens of Cab Clothing,
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