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Time to ban non hands-free devices while driving.

Last week, I had a near-death experience on Highway 16 heading east on my way back to St. Paul after a brief visit to Edmonton.

Forced out of business by quad users and those who protect them

Dear Editor: This letter is concerning a question put forth by Reeve Robert Bouchard in the Sept. 28 issue of the St.

Claws come out at election time

Elections are an interesting time. For politicians looking to keep their seats and convince people to vote for them, elections bring out their convictions, visions, goals and sometimes, their claws. In the lead up to elections, a Sept. 27 Town of St.

Time to ban non hands-free devices while driving.

Last week, I had a near-death experience on Highway 16 heading east on my way back to St. Paul after a brief visit to Edmonton.

Forced out of business by quad users and those who protect them

Dear Editor: This letter is concerning a question put forth by Reeve Robert Bouchard in the Sept. 28 issue of the St.

Anti-OHV landowners have rights too

Dear Editor: In the Sept. 28 issue of the St. Paul Journal, Reeve Robert Bouchard states in defense of the illegal trail clearing by the Lac Sante Family Recreational Society that the County needs to acknowledge the needs of trail users.

Long gun drama plays out in House

It started its journey some time ago, in May of 2009, when a relatively unheard of Manitoba Conservative MP brought forward a bill to repeal the long gun registry. The House of Commons voted it past first reading, and then second reading in November.

Future Jays fan friendly?

Before I begin, no this is not a ‘Hey, the Jays exceeded expectations this year, they will be even better next year.

Three Cups of Tea an inspiring delight

In the bitterly cold morning drinking cups of sweet tea, I watched the sun rise above the knife-edged ascents of the Himalayan mountains.

Bigger issues than registry

In its 15 years of existence, the long-gun registry faced its closest call with death on Sept. 22, and just narrowly avoided elimination by a margin of 153-151 in a House of Commons vote.