Friesen: Old dogs and children

By: Rita Friesen

myWestman.ca

I paused to speak with a couple of gardeners who were admiring the plantations in the yard of their home. A late afternoon shower had dampened the topsoil, but there had not been enough rain to wet the earth beneath the trees.

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Jackman-Atkinson: What they have been missing

By: Kate Jackman-Atkinson

myWestman.ca

Summer is here and with it, the fairs and festivals that bring visitors to our communities. As our communities look to grow, these events give us an easy opportunity to promote what we have to offer.

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Waddell: Revisiting some garbage

By: Ken Waddell

myWestman.ca

This past week we have been browsing through some of our old issues of the paper and it’s interesting how much has changed in 10-15 years.

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Waddell: Maintaining capacity

By: Ken Waddell

myWestman.ca

In my many years of traveling in Manitoba, I have seen countless fairs, parades, festivals and sports tournaments.

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Jackman-Atkinson: A step forward in the right direction

By: Kate Jackman-Atkinson

myWestman.ca

Starting in the fall of 2012, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunication Commission (CRTC) began public consultations for a new wireless code to govern mobile phone companies and their contracts.

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