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A selection of progressive bloggers form Saskatchewan
Partial Solar Eclipse
The partial clouds ruined the partial eclipse viewing, but I caught a few fleeting seconds here and there with a small crowd of astronomers from the RASC at the Science Centre. A kind astronomer gave me a pair of these glasses: I’ve bee ... [read more]
Where Saskatchewan Comes To Count
Saskatchewan’s lovable radio host asks: “What are you thinking and feeling about 1) our Canada today b) yesterday on the “Hill” and c) the cowardice and evil in our midst. Is Canada different today? How do we deal with terrorism and rad ... [read more]
Riders vs. Stampeders:
Friday the Riders travel to Calgary for a showdown with the League leading Stampeders. The Riders will be looking for their first win in over a month and our first win over a playoff-bound team since we beat BC back in August. [read more]
Shooting On Parliament Hill In Ottawa !!! UPDATED
 - There have been 3 separate shooting incidents in and around the House of Commons in Ottawa, Canada. Details are sketchy. Early reports that Soldier at War Memorial has died from attack. - At least two people were shot after multiple ... [read more]
Ottawa Attacked
A sad day of note in Canadian political history, as Parliament Hill was under gunfire today. A soldier was also shot at the nearby War Memorial. Putting the day’s events into perspective though, are Canadians less safe today because of ... [read more]
Wednesday Morning Links
Miscellaneous material for your mid-week reading. [read more]
Tuesday Morning Links
This and that for your Tuesday reading. [read more]
Monday Morning Sentimonies: Belated Evening Edition
Riders 19 - Eskimos 24 [read more]
Scottish Fish Invented Sex
I'm not sure I can bear hearing that the Scottish invented both #curling AND #sex. http://t.co/n7AdaO9EcI #Scotland — Saskboy K. (@saskboy) October 20, 2014 Microbrachius dicki was the fish that realized it could use sex to reproduce. F ... [read more]
Monday Morning Links
Miscellaneous material to start your week. [read more]
ConCalls: Make The Documentary of #ElxnFraud in #cdnpoli
Alison at Creekside has a much better summary of what’s happening behind the scenes on the RoboCon movie than I could hope to write. Warning: If you keep reading though, you may feel the urge to spend $20 or more dollars toward exposing ... [read more]
Regina Loves Pits
We can’t have just one! [read more]
Regina Women’s History Month #womenhistory
October is Women’s History Month. This year I was invited to the event at the Conexus Arts Centre, and I’d suggest you check it out next October. [read more]
Sunday Morning Links
This and that for your Sunday reading. [read more]
Dig faster!!!
Shorter Greg Rickford: It has come to my attention that after eight years of propagandizing for pipelines and demonizing anybody who points out environmental concerns, nobody considers Conservatives to be even faintly credible in prote ... [read more]
Deep thought
It's always a relief to know our governments are constantly negotiating free trade deals to make sure no possible bidders are unfairly shut out of public procurement processes. That is, unless they're Canadian. [read more]
Saskatoon snatches defeat from the jaws of victory UPDATE: lockout is over!
So you might think that the reluctant LRB ruling both the transit lockout and the pension bylaw illegal would have provided the Saskatoon civic administration with a great opportunity to rethink their whole strategy with this labour dis ... [read more]
Saturday Morning Links
Assorted content for your weekend reading. [read more]
ConCalls: Sona Sentencing Taking Too Long #RoboCon
Michael Sona has to wait until next month to find out how much time he’s spending in jail for being convicted of participating in a nefarious scheme to defraud Guelph voters of their votes. Crown says actions "damage public faith in the ... [read more]
Musical interlude
Kaskade - Back On You [read more]
Saskatoon Lockout of Transit Workers Was Illegal
Saskatoon’s civic politicians are responsible for a City Manager who lost the City a month of transit service, at a price of over $1,000,000. Time for a firing, and maybe a few Councillors and the Mayor will lose their seats next time. ... [read more]
Friday Morning Links
Assorted content to end your week. [read more]
Riders vs. Eskimos: So You're Saying There's A Chance?
There are many reasons to doubt our ability to end our losing streak this Sunday when we host the Eskimos. There's the fact that we haven't beat a credible team since Durant got hurt; there's our general inability to score points (parti ... [read more]
Thursday Morning Links
This and that for your Thursday reading. [read more]
New column day
Here, on the similarities between the federal political scene now and in the lead up to the 1988 federal election - and how the Liberals may soon face the NDP's hard-learned lesson that personality politics may not go far in a sharp pol ... [read more]
Experimenting with email Encryption
This may be useful at some point in the future, to verify a message came from the real me. —–BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK—– Version: GnuPG v2 mQINBFQ+0G4BEADJFztc21tJCnECJTxVFvHq/ub9v6/VYj8f2PeqRadihw/CxMDG nloXhOHX87jRiGCGyWRLuypzSs/Hk+k ... [read more]
Wednesday Morning Links
Miscellaneous material for your mid-week reading. [read more]
Tuesday Night Cat Blogging
Companion cats. [read more]
Oh, the humanity
Happy thanksgiving everyone, though somewhat belated. [read more]
Tuesday Morning Links
This and that for your Tuesday reading. [read more]