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Vilna's people see hard work ahead for village

Some of Vilna businesspeople and residents were not surprised to hear the results of a final inspection report on the state of the village, saying they had been complaining for some time about the way the village’s affairs were run.
A farming blast from the past

A farming blast from the past

Chuck Smith walked onto the open field and the world of Haying in the 30s, and a rush of memories came back to him – the smell of fresh cut hay and homemade bread and the noise of threshing machines and children laughing as they played in the barn.

Limit oilsands to conserve boreal, say experts

The oilsands industry needs to limit its growth if it wants to conserve the boreal forest, according to world experts.

Limit oilsands to conserve boreal, say experts

The oilsands industry needs to limit its growth if it wants to conserve the boreal forest, according to world experts.

Council has diverse views on economic development

Economic development committee chair Don Schultz and members Sandy Smith, Sandra Bishop, Jonny Nielsen and Lorne Young attended last week’s meeting of Elk Point Town Council, a visit which Schultz said was “a prime opportunity to find out (council’s)

Council has diverse views on economic development

Economic development committee chair Don Schultz and members Sandy Smith, Sandra Bishop, Jonny Nielsen and Lorne Young attended last week’s meeting of Elk Point Town Council, a visit which Schultz said was “a prime opportunity to find out (council’s)
Road to reconciliation starts with truth

Road to reconciliation starts with truth

Is it possible to repair the relationship between Aboriginal people and the institutions responsible for establishing and running Indian Residential Schools (IRS) in Canada? The answer is “Yes,” according to Chief Wilton Littlechild, one of three com
Road to reconciliation starts with truth

Road to reconciliation starts with truth

Is it possible to repair the relationship between Aboriginal people and the institutions responsible for establishing and running Indian Residential Schools (IRS) in Canada? The answer is “Yes,” according to Chief Wilton Littlechild, one of three com