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Moose Jaw Express
MOOSEJAWEXPRESS.COM • Wednesday, July 13, 2016 • PAGE A1
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Yara Community Gardens
celebrating historic milestone
by Scott Hellings
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Over the last decade, the community
has embraced Yara Community Gardens as a place to grow fresh produce,
get outdoors, and meet new people. The
Community Gardens will celebrate its
10th anniversary with a special event
on Saturday, July 16 from 4:00 to 7:00
p.m. at the Grey Ave. location. It will
be a fun way to mark this historic occasion.
“We’re having an anniversary event to
celebrate 10 years of the Community
Gardens in Moose Jaw,” said Jennie
Wilson, Yara Community Gardens Coordinator. “Everyone is welcome. We
are especially looking forward to people coming who have been part of the
Community Gardens at some point,
whether they were a volunteer, a staff
member, a founding member, or as part
of a business that has supported us in
some capacity through work or donations. We want to make sure everyone
realizes how much we appreciate the
Community Gardens and how much it
has meant to the people who have been
part of them over the last 10 years.”
The Community Garden program was
the vision of members of a not-for-profit group known “Connecting As Neighbours.” With generous support from
Saskferco (now Yara Belle Plaine), and
contributions from groups and businesses across Moose Jaw, the gardens first
opened 10 years ago with just 18 garden members. With growing interest,
the Gardens were expanded a number
of times over the past 10 years, resulting in the current total of three separate
Community Gardens, one pumpkin
patch, and a total of 140 garden members. Over the last decade, over 300
individuals and community and school
groups have been members.
The anniversary event will feature a
“pay what you can” barbecue hosted by
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Jennis Wilson, Yara Community Gardens Coordinator, invites everyone to
the Grey Ave. location for the 10th anniversary event on Saturday, July 16.
the East Side Community Association.
There will also be a fun kid’s area featuring Sweet Pea the Clown, children’s
programming from the Moose Jaw Public Library, and Solstice Hoop Play.
Overall, it has been a good growing
year for the Community Gardens.
“We have had a really easy season, compared to last year. At this point last year
we had a month-long water ban and a
late frost. We had quite a bit of work to
do. This year we have had nothing but
nice, warm weather and fairly consistent rainfall. We are still busy but it is
definitely not as hectic as it can be when
you have to water all the time and replant half of your produce. It has been a
great summer so far,” said Wilson. “We
have people who enjoy it because their
produce is coming up and they are looking forward to eating what they have
grown. They are already starting to
harvest some things — early stuff like
radish and lettuce is already coming out
of the ground…People are quite happy
with how the Gardens are going.”
That being said, there have been issues.
Most notably, the Grey Ave. location
was vandalized earlier this summer.
Fortunately, things are back to normal.
“We have had some really great groups
of volunteers come down to help us out.
We had some vandalism at the Grey
Ave. Gardens earlier in the season. We
had Diversified Services and Sask Polytechnic come out to help us refurbish
everything and clean the place up. We
have also talked to people in the community who will keep an eye out for us.
Those are the sorts of things I appreciate. I am incredibly grateful for that
generosity.”
It looks like it will be a great summer at
Yara Community Gardens. Don’t miss
out on the 10th anniversary event. Call
306-692-1916 for more information.
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COMING EVENTS
Please note that coming events are placed where
space is available and that priority is given to local
non- profit groups and organizations.
TAOIST TAI CHI Summer Schedule until August
31st: Voluntary Practice - meet Saturdays at 9:30 a.m.
in St. Andrew’s parking lot. Class will go until 10:30 a.m.
YOGA IN THE PARK every Monday from 7:00
to 8:30 p.m., July 4th to August 28, Rain or Shine at
the Crescent Park Amphitheater. *Your minimum $5
donation goes directly to Hunger in Moose Jaw initiatives!
JUST DIY: CHOCOLATE! For youth ages 1018, on Wednesday, July 13 at 6:30 p.m. to the Public
Library. Learn about chocolate, mold chocolate and eat
chocolate! All materials will be provided. No registration
required. Admission is free. Chocolate will be served.
BOOK
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Understanding Ursula Trilogy – Arriving, Thriving and
Choosing will be in Moose Jaw on July 14 from 11:00
a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Yvette Moore Gallery. Her books
will be available for purchase as well as a signing.
Come in and meet this remarkable author who has truly
encapsulated the immigrant experience on the prairies.
CHEF
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WATERMELON will be held on July 14 at Mulberry
Estates at 2:00 p.m. Mulberry Estates Chef Ron VS
Riverside Mission Chef Rachel. RSVP by July 9 to
306.694.5020 or at 220 Mulberry Lane.
YARA COMMUNITY GARDENS’ 10TH
ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION will be held
on Saturday, July 16 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the
Grey Avenue garden location. There will be a “pay
what you can” BBQ hosted by the East Side Community
Association, fun for the kids with Sweet Pea the Clown,
Moose Jaw Public Library Children’s programs, and
Solstice Hoop Play. Everyone is welcome.
MOOSE JAW COBRA CHEERLEADING
SUMMER CAMP!
July 16, 2016 The Hillcrest Sports Centre Minis: 1:003:00 p.m. (4-8 years old) Juniors and Seniors: 1:00-5:00
p.m. (8-18 years old) Everyone is welcome to come and
learn to cheer! Jumping, tumbling, stunting, dancing and
more! We are offering a fun, exciting afternoon where
your kids can get out and try something new and work
with experienced coaches learning new skills. We have
a Special Guest Coach from the National Championship
Winning U of R Cougars! $35.00 for Minis $40 for Juniors
and Seniors (Cost includes the SCA Insurance for the
year) Register at [email protected]
SOUTH OF THE BRIDGE FAMILY DAY will
be held on Sunday, July 17 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
in Connor Park. This fun event is free for all ages! Bring
your bicycle because there will be a fun trail ride. There
will be a clown, face painting, First Nations storytelling,
and Solstice Hoop Play hulu hoops. Hot dogs for sale
or bring your own picnic! For more, visit the South Hill
Community Association on Facebook.
THE ARCHYDAL/SUMMERSIDE REUNION
will be held on Sunday, July 17 at the Moose Jaw
Wildlife Federation Hall (1356 -3rd Ave. N.E.) at 4:00
p.m. There will be barbecued hamburgers/hotdogs and
a potluck supper. For more information, please call 306693-2629 or 306-631-6556.
COLORING “OUTSIDE THE LINES:” A
Coloring Book Night with Angela Strelioff and Bailey
Wetsch at the library on Tuesday, July 19 at 7:00 p.m.
Coloring isn’t just for kids anymore! Coloring can be a
relaxing activity allowing you to tap into your creativity,
and may contribute to health and wellness. Join us for a
calm comforting evening of joyful coloring. Admission is
free. Everyone is welcome.
LEGO NIGHT! For youth ages 10-18 on Wednesday,
July 20 at 6.30 p.m. at the library. You’re never too old
for these colourful, classic building blocks. The only limit
is your imagination. No registration required. Admission is
free. Refreshments will be served.
SLEEPWELL BABY CLINIC with Chelsea Wahl,
Certified Sleep Consultant. This program will take place
on Thursday, July 21 at 2:30 p.m. at the Public Library.
Chelsea Wahl, Certified Child Sleep Consultant, will
explain the science of sleep and how SleepWell Baby can
support you while you teach your child(ren) the skills of
independent sleep so the whole family can rest easy. We
will have plenty of time for sleep questions, so bring them
with you! Admission is free. Everyone is welcome.
TUESDAYS BINGO at Church of Our Lady Parish
Hall; 7:00 p.m. start. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
BRICKSPO will be held on July 23 and 24 from 9:00
am to 5:00 pm at the Western Development Museum.
Come and see hundreds of LEGO creations by incredible
local adult builders. There will be a Kids Building contest
for ages 8-14. Create something based on a LEGO City
building in the style of the Creator building series. Visit
sasklegousersgroup.yolasite.com. Regular museum
admission applies.
MANGA CLUB! For youth ages 10-18 on Saturday,
July 23 at 3:00 p.m. at the Public Library. Join us for
a manga minded gathering consisting of crafts, anime
viewings, book discussions and more! No registration
required. Admission is free. Refreshments will be served.
GRANDMOTHERS
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GRANDMOTHERS
meet July 25, 2016 (Mon) at 1:30 p.m. at St. Aidan
Anglican Church. Please use First Ave. side door. Part
of the Stephen Lewis Foundation, the organization raises
money to help AIDS orphans & their caregivers in Africa.
New members welcome! www.stephenllewisfoundation.
org . Our upcoming fundraiser supper is Sept 21 at
Boston Pizza Main St North. Tickets will be sold at Coop July 28, Aug 25, Aug 31, Sept.1. Call 306-692-1766 /
306-693-3848 for info.
MOOSE JAW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
29TH ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT at
Hillcrest Golf Course on September 8 with shotgun
start at 12:30 p.m.; best ball. Featuring fastest hole of
golf Hole #16, $40/team. To register call 306.692.6414
or email [email protected] . Team registration
$500/team; individual $135pp and fastest hole contest
$40/team.
MOOSE JAW BAND CITY BAND:
Band
practices held Monday evenings 7:15 to 8:45 p.m. in
the Legion (upstairs ballroom), 268 High Street W.
Can you play a reed or brass instrument? Amateur or
advanced musicians welcome. Bring your favorite swing
melodies. To learn more, come to band practice or
contact the Bandleader at 693-6262.
THE MOOSE JAW TRAP AND SKEET
CLUB is now open for the season. We shoot on Thur.
evening at 6:30 p.m. and Sundays at 1:00 p.m. We are
located across the No. 1 from the end of Thatcher Dr.
about a quarter mi. New shooters are welcome. Come
join us for an enjoyable time. For information call Al at
306-631-0833.
SUNNINGDALE
COMMUNITY
CONTINUED ON PAGE A4
Yoga
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Amphitheater
July 4 - Aug 29
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2nd floor 311 Main St N (Above Wrapture Spa)
This is the time of year for Summer fun!
Do you own or operate a Boat or Jet Ski?
If so, did you know that your homeowners policy
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CHURCH
invites you to Sunday Services starting at 10:30 a.m.,
Youth Group Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m., and Friday
Evening Services starting at 7:00 p.m. Please join us at
61 Avens Road for a great time of fellowship. Please
phone 306-693-7040 or email [email protected]
ca for more information.
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Warriors Alumni Tournament brings back
familiar faces for good cause
by Scott Hellings
The seventh annual K+S Potash Canada Moose Jaw Warriors Alumni Golf Tournament proved to be a great success. Golfers teamed up with current and past members of
the Warriors to raise funds for the team’s Education Fund.
The tournament has raised nearly $500,000 in the past six
years. This year’s goal was approximately $100,000. The
Education Fund assists graduating players by paying for
one year of post-secondary education for each year that
the player suited up for the team.
A number of former Warriors returned for the event, including Theo Fleury. Former Chicago Blackhawk and
current NBC broadcaster Jeremy Roenick, who previously appeared at this year’s Kinsmen Sports Celebrity
Dinner, also retuned to Moose Jaw.
“Moose Jaw has always been a
second home for me, so I love
coming back,”
- Kendal McFaull, Former Warrior captain
Kyle Brodziak was among the alumni in attendance. He
played for the Warriors from 1999-2004. He now plays
for the St. Louis Blues. Brodziak says he often gets an opportunity to drive through Moose Jaw, but was happy to
return because he was able to reconnect with old friends.
“I drove through here probably about three or four weeks
ago, on my way back home to Edmonton from St. Louis.
I come through here pretty much every time I am driving
down south. Most of the time, it is only for a quick day,
so it is nice to be back for a longer time,” said Brodziak.
“I’m excited to be back here and to see a lot of teammates
I haven’t seen for a while. I get a chance to catch up with
Current Warrior Jesse Shynkaruk tees off to
start the day.
them. Being a part of the alumni tournament is exciting. I
have been looking forward to this for a while.”
The Blues had a tremendous Moose Jaw connection in
2015-16, with Brodziak and fellow Warriors alumni Troy
Brouwer and Joel Edmundson playing for the team. It
was a unique opportunity and all three players knew they
had to come back this summer.
Although Brodziak and Brouwer were in Moose Jaw at
the same time, their friendship truly developed in St. Louis.
“It had been quite a while since we had touched base.
We kind of lost touch a little bit after junior, but playing together this year was a good chance to reunite. Our
families grew pretty close. It was good to play with him
another year,” said Brodziak. “When you come into the
league there are usually a few different groups who hang
out together — you kind of hang out with the guys that
you came into the league with. We were a year or two
apart so we didn’t really hang out a ton when we were
in Moose Jaw together. We kind of reunited back in St.
Louis; we hung out quite a bit and our friendship grew a
lot this year.”
Former Warrior captain Kendal McFaull also came back
for another year on the links. McFaull is currently studying mechanical engineering at the University of Saskatchewan. He has made use of the Education Fund, and
so he knows just how important the tournament is.
“It is awesome to see how much the Warriors and the
community put into the scholarship fund,” said McFaull.
“Taking advantage of the scholarship was an easy decision, because if I had to pay for school on my own it
would have been a lot tougher for me to go.”
Of course, he also enjoys meeting up with old teammates,
while supporting the current group of Warriors.
“Moose Jaw has always been a second home for me, so I
love coming back,” said McFaull. “This is awesome because it gets the guys together. After junior, guys go their
separate ways and do their own thing. You bump into
some of them here and there but some guys you never get
to see. It is awesome to come back here and hang out with
all those guys, while supporting the Education Fund.”
Eleven Warriors prospects head to provincial camps
The Moose Jaw Warriors have announced that every one of their
players in the 2016 Draft class will
be attending provincial camps this
summer. They will be preparing for
the 2016 Western Canada Under-16
Challenge.
Goaltender Ethan Fitzgerald, defenders Drae Gardiner, Konor
Campbell, and Matthew Sanders,
and forwards Dylan Nevil, Jakin
Smallwood, and Brayden Tracey all took part in Alberta’s Under-16 Summer Camp, which was held July 5 to 10 in Camrose.
Defenseman Austin Herron and Alek Sukunda, along with forward Josh O’Keefe, will head to Shawinigan Lake for BC’s Un-
der-16 Provincial Camp from July 13 to 17.
Forward Cole Nagy is the lone prospect attending the SaskFirst
Summer Camp August 1 to 5 in Wilcox.
The Western Canada Under-16 Challenge brings all four Western
Provincial Hockey Associations (Hockey Alberta, BC Hockey,
Hockey Manitoba, and the Saskatchewan Hockey Association)
together for a tournament. It is held annually on the third weekend in October. The Western Canada Under-16 Challenge features the highest-rated players in the Under-16 age category. The
four-team round robin tournament format is the first step in the
Hockey Canada Program of Excellence. It assists the four Western provincial hockey associations in evaluating these prospects
for future high performance programs.
The Western Canada Under-16 Challenge has been held in Calgary the last three years. In 2011 it was held at Mosaic Place.
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Timothy Eaton Garden – 101-510 Main St N. For more
information, call 306-694-4223 or [email protected]
Jam Sessions at T. Eaton Garden every Friday from
10:00 to 11:30 a.m. Cost $2. Fill your morning with music
and dance. All are welcome!
Pickle Ball at T. Eaton Garden every Tuesday at 1:00
p.m. Pickleball was created with one thing in mind: fun. It
was designated to be easy to learn and play for any age.
Join for some fun and exercise. Cost $2.
Whist at T. Eaton Garden every Tuesday from 1:00 to
3:00 p.m. Cost: $2.
PANCAKE BREAKFAST at T. Eaton Garden on
Friday, July 8th from 8:00 – 10:00 a.m. Cost $6pp.
SASKATCHEWAN
SHUFFLEBOARD
TOURNAMENT at T. Eaton Garden from July 18 to
20.
SHUFFLEBOARD PANCAKE BREAKFAST
at T. Eaton Garden on Wednesday, July 20 from 7:30 to
9:30 a.m. Cost: $6. You don’t have to be a shuffler to take
part in the breakfast. Everyone welcome!
COSMO SENIORS’ CENTRE, 235 Third Ave.
N.E. For more information call (306) 692-6072.
Billiards at the Cosmo Centre every Monday at 6:00
p.m. and Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Cosmo Jam Sessions at Cosmo Centre are back Every
Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Cost $2. Come join
the fun and great music!
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION – Branch 59
Moose Jaw, 268 High St W: Like us on Facebook @
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 59 Moose Jaw; Check our
website @ br59sklegion.ca
LEGION FUN DAY – Sunday July 24th at the
Lynbrook Golf & Country Club, Moose Jaw. Sign-up at
the Legion by July 10th for golf, horseshoes, lawn darts,
or all three!! Fun time for all members and guests.
Legion Meat Draw in the lounge Saturdays @ 3:00 pm.
Everyone welcome
Legion Foot Care Clinic – last Thursday of the month
(Legion members only). Please call 306-692-5453 to book
an appointment.
ARMY NAVY AND AIR FORCE VETERANS,
279 High St. W. Phone 306.693.1656.
Anavets Meat Draw held every Saturday afternoon at
4:30 p.m. Everyone Welcome!
Anavets Cribbage held every Thursday afternoon at
1:30 p.m. Please call to register306.693.1656. Everyone
Welcome!
Anavets Tuesday and Thursday Pool Night starts at
7:00 p.m. Everyone Welcome!
ARMY, NAVY AND AIR FORCE VETERANS
INDOOR YARD SALE on July 14, 15 & 16th. A
variety of stuff and bake sale too. Looking to get rid of
stuff? We will take any donations for this sale. For more
information call 306.693.1656. Everyone Welcome!
ANAVETS BARBECUE on Wednesday, July 27
at 279 High St. W. Supper from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. BBQ
chicken, roasted potatoes, vegetables, salads, and
dessert! Reserve tickets by calling 306-693-1656. Cut-off
for tickets is Monday, July 25. Everyone welcome!
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES, 561 Home
St. W, Moose Jaw.
Monday evenings:
Cribbage – 7:00 p.m.; $2pp.
Registration 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. Everyone Welcome
Tuesdays (first and third): Auxiliary meetings at 7:00
p.m.
Wednesdays: Eagles Dart League – 7:30 p.m. This is a
mixed event and open to members.
306-693-8777
1711 MAIN STREET NORTH
MOOSE JAW, SK S6J 1L6
Thursdays: Ladies Auxiliary Meat draw – 5:30 p.m.
Friday and Saturdays – Dancing at Eagles with live
bands performing – 8:30 p.m. to closing
Sundays (first and third): 11:30 a.m. Aerie meeting
THE
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OPTIMIST
CLUB
invites everyone to meetings at the Heritage Inn on the
second & fourth Tuesday of each month. Social at 6:00
p.m./Supper at 6:30 p.m./meeting at 7:00 p.m. For more
info call 306.694.4121 or email [email protected]
INFORMED CHOICES Pregnancy Center. Dropin Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. Free confidential and non-judgmental counselling
and support available for women and men experiencing
an unplanned pregnancy at 251A High St. W. Text 306690-8462.
BINGO is held every Tuesday evening at Church of
Our Lady Community Centre, 566 Vaughan St. Doors
open at 6:00 p.m. and bingo starts at 7:00 p.m. Lunch
is available.
SALVATION ARMY: Sunday School at 9:30 a.m./
Sunday Worship at 11:00 a.m./Evening Service 6:30
p.m. at Community Complex.
MOOSE JAW SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE
TROUPE invites all to come join in the social dance
of Scotland. Great exercise with lively music as in reels,
jigs and more slower and stately as in strathpeys taking
you through special formations. Classes: Thursdays
7-8:30 pm at the Moose Jaw Public Library. For more
information call 306.972.6121 or 306.692.9851.
MOOSE JAW ROTARY CLUB meets Mondays
at noon at the Heritage Inn. Information available at
306-692-3842.
ROTARY
CLUB
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MOOSE
JAW
WAKAMOW meets the second and fourth Monday
of the month at 6:00 p.m. at the Heritage Inn.
Learn to camp and fish this summer
by Scott Hellings
campers to come out and learn how to camp in
Saskatchewan parks,” said Janette Hamilton,
Manager of Visitor Experiences with Saskatchewan Parks. “We provide them with all the equipment they require. Their only need is to bring
their sleeping gear, clothing, and food items.
We teach them how to put up a tent, how to pick
the perfect campsite so you have a good night’s
sleep, and how to set up your camp kitchen…We
also teach them how to cook outdoors, and how
to set up a fire in their firepit.”
The program will be held multiple times between
now and August at one of three locations: Pike
Lake Provincial Park, Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park, and Echo Valley Provincial Park.
Jason Matity taught the basics of fishing during the Learn to Camp is ideal for families. They can acLearn to Fish session at Buffalo Pound on Free Fish- commodate up to three to four families per location, depending on the size of the group. All age
ing Weekend.
Do you want to get out and enjoy The Great Out- ranges are accepted. You must register ahead of
doors this summer? Would you like to try camp- time by contacting [email protected] Cost
ing or fishing but don’t know where to start? For- to participate per group is $25.
tunately, Saskatchewan Parks has two programs This is the second year for the program, which
that will introduce families and individuals of all proved to be a great success in 2015.
skills and ages to these great recreational activ- “Last year it went quite well for a brand new program. Our participants told us it was the kind of
ities.
First, is the Learn to Camp program. It provides program they really needed to get them ready to
get outdoors and into nature. A couple of them
you with everything you need to know.
“It is a program that is geared towards helping went camping after the program, and so we
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were ready to get out camping this year. Several of them have camping trips booked this summer.”
There is also a great new program for aspiring
anglers. Learn to Fish was launched during Free
Fishing Weekend (July 9-10). It is open to everyone, regardless of experience.
“It is a program that is designed to teach those
people who have never fished before or who are
somewhat inexperienced with fishing. We will
have expert fishers out there with them,” said
Hamilton. “They will help people understand the
equipment, the importance of fish conservation,
how to choose a good fishing spot, and all of
those technical pieces to get you started. It also
includes an hour of fishing from the shoreline,
so you can practice your technique and get hints
and tips from our experts while you are there.”
The program is offered free of charge. Kids under
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Local area potash mine in early stages of development
A tiny Saskatoon company led by Saskatchewan entrepreneurs has decided to try and join the ranks of
global potash producers by tweaking business/production models.
Gensource Potash plans to develop up to five small
mines in the Craik region over a period of years with
foreign potash users providing much of the investment, in return for a guaranteed supply of fertilizer.
The business model is based on three anchors — access to markets, financing and execution of the plan.
Led by CEO Mike Ferguson and a team of mine
builders who took the Legacy Potash project north of
Moose Jaw from “moose pasture” to the point where
K+S bought the project, Gensource has a management team with one mine under its belt.
Gensource plans to build smaller mines at much less
cost than the K+S mine. That $4.1 billion mine will
produce one million tonnes a year of potash.
The Gensource mines each will produce 250,000
tonnes a year with a $250 million cost per mine.
The company will use the solution mining process
with “selective dissolution’’ to cut capital and operating costs.
Estimated operating costs are $40 US per tonne. If
that figure is met, the mine will be competitive at
even today’s low prices. The independent consultant
doing the preliminary economic assessment noted
these costs are based on an all-equity (no debt) model.
The mine currently being planned will have 100 years
of reserves with about 50 employees.
This almost sounds too good to be true: How can a
small company in Saskatchewan take on global mining giants and still be viable?
To date, Gensource has signed up Yancoal Resources
of Canada, a Chinese investor, to take a full year’s
production from the first mine.
Yancoal paid $2.48 million for the right to production. A Brazilian co-op has tentatively agreed to buy
150,000 tonnes.
The Gensource plan encourages investors using potash to partner and fix a supply in advance. That also
irons out spikes in potash prices if and when shortages happen. And it cuts out middlemen.
Gensource will not be part of the Canpotex marketing
cartel.
Not only is the Gensource mine model less expensive,
it leaves no salt above ground and uses little fresh water. Most of the water will come from brackish wells
below 1,000 metres.
The smaller mine takes about three years to build
from inception versus five years plus for a conventional solution mine.
If all goes well, Gensource could be producing potash
in the area south of Craik and north of Eyebrow by
the end of 2018.
There are lots of hurdles to clear — water permits,
environmental impact studies, bankable feasibility
study, engineering designs and building — before a
mine is in place.
The largest hurdle of all will be execution — the third
pillar of the business model. A company document
says “if these processes are feasible the result is a significantly reduced capital cost … faster implementation schedule of the mine.’’
Currently, Gensource shares trade at eight cents, putting a $16.7 million value on the company. About 140
million shares are outstanding.
Recent financings have been at five cents a share. To
raise $250 million for a mine would require about two
billion new shares unless the Gensource share price
increases, or it would take on some debt.
The preliminary economic assessment predicts a 16.6
per cent return on investment.
A speculator might rush in and buy shares today. A
conservative investor would wait for the first mine to
operate successfully. This is a stock to watch.
CAUTION: Remember when investing, consult your
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Moose Jaw leads southeast
with crop precipitation
By Ron Walter for Agri-Mart Express
Crops are advancing rapidly in the province with optimal growing conditions, says the Saskatchewan Agriculture weekly crop report.
Rainfall in the southwest ranged from a trace to 35 mm in Admiral while in
the Southeast it ranged from a trace to 78 mm in Indian Head.
The Moose Jaw area with 268 mm (10 inches) leads the southeast for most
precipitation this year.
The Webb area near Swift Current holds a record for provincial precipitation with 313 mm (12 inches) this year.
Crops in the south remain in good to excellent condition but many low
spots have flooded. Some pulse crops are beginning to yellow.
Farmers are spraying as they are able with some using aircraft.
Some southwest producers are spraying canola and mustard for cabbage
pod weevils and some lentils for grasshoppers.
The report for the week ended July 4 notes 51 per cent of spring cereals are
in the dough stage; 34 per cent of spring cereals are headed; 20 per cent of
flax, 69 per cent of pulses and 60 per cent of canola are flowering.
Twenty-two per cent of the hay crop was cut with 10 per cent baled or in
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Cheering on The Moose Jaw Cobras
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by Scott Hellings
Things are moving and shaking at
Moose Jaw Cobra Cheerleading
these days, and we have very exciting
news for the entire community. First,
we have found a permanent home for
the club! Second, we have enthusiastic, dedicated new coaches working
summer camps and planning our upcoming 2016-2017 season! The location is the perfect kind of place for
us to grow in. We will be announcing the location and having a grand
opening and open house once we get
it “Cobra ready” so stay tuned! We’ll
be starting the 2016-2017 season in
style! Moose Jaw Cobra Cheerleading has gone through a lot of changes in the past few months but at the
end of the day, the old adage “when
a window closes, a door opens” is
too true. You just can’t keep a great
club down! Cobra’s new coaches,
current board members, current athletes and their families have a deep
rooted passion for cheerleading and
the athletics, competitions and chal-
lenges that come with being part of
the MJ COBRA FAMILY!!! To that
regard, we want to expand our family and see more Moose Jaw and area
youth and their families having fun
and enjoying this amazing sport.
These strides and expansions will be
fantastic for our community in terms
of growth and common goals. It
will also mean more people joining
our family and even more amazing
athletes to cheer with. As much as
Moose Jaw is known for its quality
dancers, ballplayers, hockey players and football community, help us
put Moose Jaw and Cobra Cheer,
Moose Jaw’s original cheer club, on
the Saskatchewan Cheer Community
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the many programs offered by the Jobransa Foundation for Children.
Kids with special needs can stay active throughout the
summer, thanks to the Jobransa Foundation for Children.
The organization’s local office recently held an information night to let parents know more about what they do
and the programs and services they offer.
“We want to provide people with more information about
our organization and our summer programming,” explained President Sarah Becker. “We help children with
disabilities and critical illness. We originated in B.C. but
we are a federal foundation. We are hosting our summer
programming, in addition to our year-round programming, to help kids stay in the swing of things throughout
the summer.”
Summer activities include baseball, basketball, and soccer programs. Each sport is provided for kids in three different age groups (five to nine, 10 to 14, and mixed ages).
These programs are led by a qualified instructor who specializes in teaching sports to children with special needs.
Each sport is offered on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, with the different age groups participating one night
a week. Tuesdays and Thursdays feature drop-in sports
for just $5. Basketball, soccer, and baseball programs run
from July 11 to August 22 and cost $100 for six weeks. A
family wind-up party will be held at the end of summer.
Becker feels it is important that kids with disabilities have
an opportunity to participate in sports.
“Most of the time they are on the sidelines cheering on
their siblings. We want to turn it around and give their
siblings a chance to watch them.”
Other offerings include weeklong summer day camps,
Saturday day camps for siblings, evening classes, and
therapy groups for all members of the family.
The Jobransa Foundation has been operating in Moose
Jaw for almost three years now. They have a number of
ways to assist families and are billed as a “one-stop shop
for families of special needs kids.” The newly renovated
office has a professional side and a programming side.
Becker notes they have a speech pathologist, a social
worker, and a counsellor on staff. An occupational therapist will join the team by the end of summer.
The organization provides a great deal of programs
throughout the year.
“We do kitchen programs, music, learning, movement,
and we do a little bit of group therapy. We have a sensory
room as well.”
Becker says they are happy to assist families in need. She
is passionate about working with kids with disabilities.
“We find there is a real need in Moose Jaw. We do a lot
for autism but we don’t discriminate against any disability – we deal with all of them,” said Becker. “I really enjoy
working with kids. I have a degree in kinesiology and I
specialized with children with disabilities. It is one of my
passions.”
If you missed the information night you can always stop
by the new family centre office at 75 Ross St. W. Email
[email protected] or call 306-972-2227 for
more information.
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It was clear most of the day on July 7, which meant the Wakamow Valley Kids
Day successfully avoided the rain and took advantage of the sun. The free
event ran from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., and drew crowds of kids and parents
down into the valley to enjoy the beautiful day.
The Wakamow Valley Authority has been running the event for 15 years, and
the community reception remains as strong as ever. A number of local groups
contributed to the day’s activities, and those in attendance said the event was a
great opportunity for the kids to experience new things.
Organizers Walter Woodroffe-Brown and Noelle Dillings were excited to plan
the event this year.
“It’s kind of a small town thing, that we all got together to put on this free day
for all families. So you can’t say, ‘oh there’s nothing to do in Moose Jaw,’ anymore because there is always something to do,” said Woodroffe-Brown.
“I think this is also a really good event in terms of accessibility,” added Dillings. “It’s great to be able to put this together because it allows families who
maybe wouldn’t have the resources to do something like this, it gives them a
chance to come out and have a good day in the sun with their kids.”
Avery and Ethan show off their matching tattoos from the Saskatchewan Brain
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The Cone Artist had cotton candy ready Jade and Cohen searching for minfor everyone.
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Christian was excited about getting his
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A Busy Spring Legislative Session
The first sitting of the new Legislative Assembly ended on June 30th. The work of the 26-day
sitting was focused on keeping our promises and
keeping Saskatchewan strong. This included the
introduction of more than three dozen bills, including amendments to extend compassionate
care leave.
Saskatchewan employees who need time away
from work to care for a loved one will soon be elThis aerial crop sprayer appears to be headed for a collision with power
Warren Michelson, igible for up to 28 weeks of job-protected leave,
poles in the field, but was really quite a distance away.
an increase from eight weeks. Saskatchewan
MLA
Farmers in Saskatchewan have a limited amount of time to perform herbiwill be one of three provinces to increase this
cide applications, or risk danger to the valuable crops.
leave to match the changes to Employment Insurance.
With so much rain, many fields are too muddy to use conventional sprayOur government is delivering on a promise to improve access for mediers, so some farmers are paying a premium to ensure crops are sprayed
cal diagnostic tests by introducing The Patient Choice Medical Imaging
from the air.
Act. This will give residents the option to privately pay for a CT scan.
This crop duster did canola fields west of Marquis, flying in from the
Private-pay CT services will be offered in the same way as private-pay
Moose Jaw municipal airport. Ron Walter photograph.
MRI services. Licensed facilities that conduct a privately paid CT scan
will be required to provide a second scan of
similar complexity to an individual on the
public wait list, at no cost to that individual
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working in Moose Jaw.
Dave Quark grew up in Moose Jaw, and graduated from Central Collegiate in 1964,
spending a few years in the army before returning to the city to take a job at Walkaway
Shoes.
“I worked for them for 11 years and then started our own store up, a little store in Winnipeg in 1977,” said Quark.
Walkaway Shoes sent him all over the province, from Prince Albert to Regina to Saskatoon, before transferring him to Winnipeg where he learned the final part of managing
a business — the buying process. Quark’s time with Walkaways taught him everything
he needed to know about opening a shoe business, and so he did just that.
“I’d sort of done everything, and so when we decided to do it for ourselves, it was nothing new because I’d already done it all. I had the experience and knew what to do, and
that was sort of life,” said Quark. “It was sort of one thing that led to another, and times
change and your life changes and we had the opportunity to try out doing something
on our own.”
Quark opened a store in Winnipeg, and then another, and soon expanded outwards to
Moose Jaw and beyond. There are currently 36 locations owned by the Quark Group,
with more to come, but Dave says that a shoe empire wasn’t the end goal when he
started his business.
“We didn’t really have a major thing saying we need to open 30, 40, 50 stores. It was
more of a, when an opportunity came along and we looked at it, and if it looked reasonable and we could handle it, we did it,” he said.
But the Quark Group did end up being one of the largest privately owned shoe chains
in western Canada, with locations in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and
British Columbia — a testament to what Quark and his partners could accomplish with
a stockpile of knowledge and the drive to succeed.
“In western Canada, we’re one of the strongest shoe chains, so they all want to sell to
us — it’s just a case of picking the right ones,” said Quark. “So it’s a bit of a partnership
with that. Our suppliers are really important to us but we also pick our suppliers based
on how well they’re selling.”
The Moose Jaw store opened roughly a decade ago, and Quark says that he hasn’t
doubted placing a branch in the city he grew up in.
“We had about eight or nine stores in Winnipeg. Moose Jaw was one of the first cities
we opened outside of Winnipeg and that was because we grew up here. We had a bit of
an attachment to it and we have friends and family here,” he said. “I know some people
have said, ‘Why would you open in Moose Jaw?’ But we have been very happy to have
done, and it shows.”
The store underwent a complete renovation, which finished mid-April of this year, and
completely changed the inside of the well-known shoe store. Business continues on, as
usual, with the annual sidewalk sale in July coming up.
“We’re very happy. The sales have been going very well, and we’re looking forward to
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tegrate them into the railway fleet, the
fourth one is that shippers provide and
operate them as private fleets. The fifth
one would be called the partnership
model. That is where parties, whoever that might be, collaborate to replace
the fleet and then some competition
drives the allocation between the two
railways. The sixth one would be a P3
model.”
“There is going to be
change and there is
going to be a difference in the pricing
structure...”
Steve Pratte of the Canadian Canola Growers Association speaks on
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Profit conference.
What will happen when government-supplied grain hopper cars are no
more? Will the railways or the shippers
supply the cars? How will that affect
pricing? These were some of the issues raised by Steve Pratte, Manager of
Policy Development with the Canadian Canola Growers Association at the
23rd Annual Farming for Profit Conference.
In 1972 the federal government decided to purchase 2,000 cylindrical, covered hopper cars to accommodate large
grain sales. This led to the assembly
of a federal fleet consisting of almost
13,500 hopper cars acquired between
1972 and 1994. A further 6,000 public-supplied hopper cars were added
into the mix, including 4,000 from the
Canadian Wheat Board, 1,000 from
Government of Alberta, and 1,000 from
the Government of Saskatchewan. The
cars were apportioned equally between
CN and CP and they were essentially
provided to railways free of charge for
the movement of western Canadian
grain.
In recent years, the government has
been moving towards deregulation. By
the end of 2014, approximately 22,400
hopper cars were in circulation. This
includes about 8,400 federal and 3,100
publicly-supplied cars. Approximately
10,900 cars were supplied by both railways and shippers. The cars only have
an economic lifespan of about 40 to 50
years, meaning most of the current fleet
will be retired over the next 20 years.
Ultimately, it appears the shift is from
government-supplied cars to those supplied by other means. How will the system proceed?
“There are basically six options that
are on the table currently,” said Pratte.
“One option is government gets into
the business of rail hopper cars again,
the second is that railways get in the
business of hopper cars, the third one
is that shippers provide the cars and in-
Ultimately, no concrete solution is in
sight.
“There has been some initial conversations and research done,” said Pratte.
“We haven’t worked out any numbers.”
Pratte says the hopper car issue is of
great concern to Canola producers.
“This is one of our major issues because
we are export dependent. For Canadian
canola, 90 per cent of it is exported and
the majority of that is moving through
the port of Vancouver and moving onto
Asian rim countries. We have no other
option to move our product to export
position, unlike in the States where
there are some other options with the
barter system and whatnot. Trucking is
not an option unless you are just nipping across the border to deliver to the
States. We are beholden to bulk transport via rail.”
Capacity is a concern. And there are
certainly issues with the current fleet.
“Some of them are held together basically with duct tape and cardboard in
the gates,” said Pratte. “We are seeing
in the reports the number of cars turned
back due to mechanical issues. It is a
small percentage but it is there. For
smaller shippers who might be getting
their once-a-week spot, if you have a
couple of cars that are mechanically
unsound, that throws off your shipping
operation and perhaps your export program.”
For now, it is a waiting game.
“There is going to be change and there
is going to be a difference in the pricing
structure. It is just a matter of who is going to be the party picking up the bill…
In every other industry it is passed back
to the consumer of the good. Potash has
their own fleet and that is worked into
the pricing. It is really that changeover
from having that method of subsidization through that fleet and how we
move to a more commercial market.”
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REFLECTIVE MOMENTS
Jimmy Arthur Ordge was musical star
In 1966 a young singer from
Alberta was hot on the airwaves with the song, Irena
Cheyenne, a No. 1 hit that
was being played regularly
on CHAB in Moose Jaw
It was so popular that Jimmy Arthur Ordge won the
Moffat Broadcasting award
for the best Canadian folk
Joyce Walter
For Moose Jaw Express
or country artist of the year
in 1967. He would repeat as
winner of that award in 1968
for his single, Cool Grey Winds of Autumn.
In 1970 Jim was again at the top of the charts with the
popular Ballad of Muk-Tuk Annie. On every stage
from coast to coast, the requests came for him to sing
that song and he happily obliged.
Over the course of his career, he had nine singles
charted in the industry, including Herschel’s Hemi
Half-Ton and Mail Order Bride. Jim was also nominated in 1976, 1978 and 1979 for Juno awards as
Country Vocalist of the Year. And earlier this year he
was nominated for the Canadian Country Music Association Hall of Fame.
Jimmy Arthur Ordge passed away July 1 at the age
of 81, leaving a legacy of musical talent, a distinctive
voice that filled the air waves as a broadcaster, and
later as a musician. He had a sense of humour that
served him well through the years.
During the lifetime of the Royal Hotel in Moose Jaw,
Jim held records for attendance for his shows. If you
wanted a chair, you had to get there early and sometimes you had to share your table with strangers who
wanted to hear him in person and dance to his music.
Through the course of my early writing days, I had
the privilege of interviewing Jim. At first, he would
only talk about his band members, saying they made
him sound good even on his bad days. But he had a
big grin on his face when he said it, knowing but not
willing to admit that he was the star attraction.
Each time he came to Moose Jaw in those days, we
would connect, not for any story I might write, but
because he had become our friend. He was a guest in
our home many times, wondering what I was cooking, but happy to eat whatever was on the menu. He
and Ron talked some politics, chatted about investments and generally made it hard for me to get a word
in sideways. We exchanged Christmas cards and had
frequent telephone conversations.
He was genuinely disheartened when he heard about
the demolition of the Royal Hotel and on a visit to
Moose Jaw soon after, had to drive by to see for himself that the hotel was gone. Despite the sometimes
unfortunate reputation of the Royal, it played a huge
part in the careers of many Canadian country artists.
Jim recognized that and mourned the loss of yet another country venue.
Jim worked with me several times at the Moose Jaw
Hometown Fair where his loyal fans from the Royal
Hotel Days gathered to hear him sing, clapping loudly as Hershel’s Hemi Half-Ton made its voyage from
Prince Albert down to Moose Jaw.
As we sat together one day during a performance by
a young singer, he remarked on how easy it would be
to be a performer of her type of music. “You’d never
forget the words. They just repeat the same six words
over and over,” he confided quietly with one of his
big grins. Jim’s songs always had a story to tell and
he told those stories with a true dedication to his craft.
His last performance in Moose Jaw was in 2005 and,
despite my best efforts he didn’t return, suggesting
that his voice wasn’t what it used to be and he didn’t
want to disappoint anyone.
Movie Review
Finding Dory
Directed by Andrew Stanton and Angus MacLane.
Starring Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill,
Kaitlin Olson, Hayden Rolence, Ty Burrell,
Diane Keaton, and Eugene Levy.
Runtime: 97 minutes.
Rated: G for mild thematic elements.
When I first heard they were making
a sequel to Finding Nemo I was concerned. Why would they do that? Does
no one remember Cars 2? Granted,
Finding Nemo was a much better movie to build a sequel from than Cars, but
the point is that sequels rarely work
out. That is especially true for sequels
with such a big gap between films. Remember Kingdom of the Crystal Skull?
Probably not — you’re trying to forget
it like the rest of us. Fortunately, they
didn’t lose Nemo again, nor was it all
about Dory getting lost this time around.
I hate getting the same story over and
over, just like in that Hangover trilogy.
(Wait, do I call that a trilogy? Is that actually a thing? Yuck.) Instead, we get a
lings
tt Hel
By Sco
tale about family and belonging. Thankfully, Pixar didn’t nuke the fridge like
Indy did, nor did they even jump the
shark — although, contextually, I suppose that would actually be somewhat
appropriate here.
Finding Dory takes place one year after
the events of the first film. We learn that
Dory (DeGeneres) was lost and looking
for her parents (Keaton and Levy) when
she bumped into Marlin (Brooks) on
his way to find Nemo (Rolence). Dory
suddenly remembers a glimpse of her
We would never have been disappointed, and now
with only our memories, and his albums and CDs
in our collection, we will continue to remember our
friend and enjoy his compilation of songs that kept us
entertained for so many wonderful years.
We talked via phone just weeks before he passed
away. He thanked us for our friendship, for believing in him and his music. He suspected he would not
make it through the summer. His intuition was spot
on, leaving so many friends and fans to mourn his
death.
Naturally we mourn but we should also celebrate his
life, his music and his pride in professionalism that
would not allow him to disappoint his fans. I suspect
he and Jim Reeves will be singing together now in
another venue, with Hershel doing that run to Moose
Jaw. Rest in peace Jim.
Joyce Walter can be reached at [email protected]
parents and decides that she, Marlin,
and Nemo must set out to find them.
They ultimately end up at a marine conservatory where they encounter Hank
(O’Neill), an octopus, and several other
new friends.
The animation is gorgeous. The story
plays it pretty safe and it is predictable,
but this is a kid’s movie so that shouldn’t
come as a surprise. Still, I can’t help but
feel this doesn’t tell as rich a story as we
usually expect from a Pixar film. And
I do think it was somewhat too convenient that Dory would remember important details of her past whenever the
plot required. Also, there are a lot of random pools of water lying around for fish
to jump into, whenever they need to get
from Point A to Point B. And it is rather
fortuitous that it always works out, no
matter what kind of water it is. Yes, I am
complaining about the scientific accuracy in a movie about talking fish. And,
yes, I am a lot of fun at parties, thank
you for asking.
I was a little concerned that Dory would
not be able to lead a movie by herself.
Let’s face it, that Minions movie was
terrible because Minions by themselves
are only capable of so much. It did work,
for the most part, but it helped that Marlin and Nemo were still around. And it
was great to see a bunch of fun, new
characters tag along for the ride. DeGeneres leads the cast with a strong performance that helped make Dory’s transition into the lead much more palatable.
The other voice actors were great, too. I
especially liked Ty Burrell as Bailey the
beluga and Kaitlin Olson as Destiny the
whale shark. I was a little sad that Albert
Brooks didn’t get as much to work with
though.
As a sequel, Finding Dory doesn’t live
up to, say, Toy Story 2 but it does manage to hold its own. It is close to being
on par with the original. The story isn’t
great but at least it offered a fun, unique
setting and some memorable new characters, along with some nice callbacks
to the original. At least we don’t have
to search for Nemo again. (I honestly
couldn’t handle another “Free Willy”
situation because, much like Principal
Skinner, I have no time for the misadventures of a disobedient whale.)
If you loved the original you will likely
enjoy the sequel. I will add that if you
saw Finding Nemo as a kid you may not
enjoy the sequel as much because, you
know, now you’re an adult. Kids will
love it though and it is one of the better kid-friendly movies for parents to sit
through, unlike some others out there.
*cough* Alvin and the Chipmunks
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When we moved from
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we moved away from
friends, some family,
and a semi-retirement
that has helped us
prepare for full-time
by Dale “bushy” Bush retirement. We also
moved away from a
few hard-earned “secret” berry picking spots,
or at least spots that were less popular than
some “secret-er” spots to more experienced
locals. Ask a true berry picker where there is a
good spot for picking and they will often misdirect you, much the same as a true fisherman
will not share a good fishing hole. You get
the same response when asking a prospector
where the gold is.
I blame a buddy in Moose Jaw for introducing me to the glories of Saskatoon berries by
giving me a jar of his “Toon Jam.” And when
I asked my buddy CW where his favourite
picking spot was, he coyly answered, “Out on
the porch playing my banjo.” I should have
known better than to ask a musician and expect a straight answer. After CW’s refusal to
share his favourite Saskatoon picking spot I
did what any new desperate berry boy would
do and “followed the source.”
The first snag was that CW was a fitness freak,
as well as a berry picker of renown, and he
rode his bike everywhere he could, including
to his secret honey hole where he would visit every few days to pick another pail of berries. I did not even think about following CW
on a bike but I did follow him in my truck.
And, although it was difficult to keep up with
him, I did narrow down my search to a large
park on the south side of town. After another
few days of following CW (some might say
“stalking”), by casually walking my dog on
his preferred bike path I was able to find what
I thought was his Saskatoon berry bonanza.
CW had led me to what had been his honey
hole of the year but it seems that I was not the
only seeker of the tasty blue orb of sweetness.
As I rounded the corner with my dog on his
leash and a plastic shopping bag ready for the
“loot” in the other hand there was a group of
nine people (two families) having a wonderful time picking berries.
I thought to myself, “Far out…they are having
a blast, and the kids are enjoying the outdoors
laughing, giggling and eating way more Saskatoons than are making into their ice cream
buckets.” Big sigh. Then I will admit I had
briefly entertained dark thoughts of some kind
territory protection, for a territory that wasn’t
even mine, like wiping out the happy and loving families with an assault rifle but…this is
Canada and we do not react that way over Saskatoon bushes…yet! They might down south
but Canadians usually refrain from going all
Jason Bourne over potential jam makings.
My reaction to the two families of blue-stained
fingers and lips was not one of confrontation
but, you might say, misdirection (I was learning). I mentioned that I had heard of another
spot over the hill where the berries were the
size of golf balls and were sweeter than aspartame. Even with my slight exaggeration they
remained and continued to add plump blue
Saskatoon berries to their pail. I slowly turned
and put my empty berry bag in my rear pock-
et and urged
the dog to
leave the loud
and boisterous
blue-stained
kids as we
headed back
to the parking
lot with the realization that a
public park is
public, including berry picking spots…sigh! I also realized
that I would probably have to stalk...er, follow
CW again to discover a honey hole or, manage to find one all by my lonesome.
Time was running out for that Saskatoon berry season, but I did learn of some spots that
allowed me to fill an empty margarine container once or twice and enjoy the tasty berries on some ice cream or in one of Mrs. B’s
mouth-watering crisps. I also learned that you
pick when the berries tell you to pick, which
is early summer, and five or six weeks after
the bush blooms with bunches of little white
flowers. Those little white flowers make it
easy to identify new picking spots because
they are way easier to see than the actual berries.
This is how I have discovered my own honey holes on Liars Mountain while walking
Timber the wonder dog, and if I were to meet
someone picking berries in one of “my” spots
I would be polite and say, “They are as big as
golf balls and sweeter than aspartame…just
over that hill.”
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Big Rig Show and Shine
by Gisele Perrault for Moose Jaw Express
grills and chrome make them more
visible, adding safety for these transport experts.
In addition to the rigs that are used for
hauling, several large tow trucks and
a fire truck were on display. These
emergency vehicles take as much
maintenance as the transport trailers,
and are usually more at risk. Tow
truck drivers say that the public often
speeds past them while they are at the Rigs were lined up in the yard and on
scene of accidents, even when their the street.
food sales provided funds for this
lights are flashing.
Kyle Favel wants this annual event to year’s charity, which was the Chilbe a family favourite, since truckers dren’s Hospital Fund of Saskatcheare family people. He had lots of ac- wan. The company chose a charity
tivities for the young and the young at that would benefit a large number of
heart, including a bouncy castle, face people and that is based in the provThe lights on portion of the weekend provided one component of the judging.
painting, and an inflatable obstacle ince.
Favel Transportation intends to host
Three years ago, Kyle Favel, owner of in Saskatchewan, and one of only a course.
Favel Transportation, decided that he handful in the country. He spends a lot A 50/50 draw, a raffle, cabaret, and the show for years to come.
would start hosting a provincial truck of time and money on his tractor, but
show for 18-wheel vehicles. He want- states that it is his home on the road,
ed the public to know that truck driv- so he wants it to be as comfortable as
ers are real people and that they care possible.
about their province and their com- He is not alone in that thinking. Most
munities. This resulted in the creation of the trucks have added embellishof the Saskatchewan Big Rig Show & ments, which has a dual purpose. BeShine.
sides looking good, the fancy lights,
He wasn’t surprised to find that they
pulled together and a bit of friendly
competition ensued, with drivers shining up their homes on wheels to show
them off. This year, almost three dozen rigs were on hand. The show began
on Friday night, with a lights on ceremony and a cabaret.
Driver Roger has been on the road for
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three million miles. He appreciates Powerful engines run these big mathe show, saying that it is the only one chines.
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India Sub-Continent Monsoon: Key to Red Lentil Price support
By Greg Simpson, Pres/CEO Simpson Seeds Inc.
Monsoon season has arrived in India. Monsoon is
a term first used in English in Briton Indian (now
India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan) and neighbouring
countries to refer to the big seasonal winds blowing from the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea in the
southwest, bringing heavy rainfall to the area. Extremely wet or dry events within the monsoon period have increased since 1980.
The last two years were dry events caused by El
Nino. Take a look at this subsoil moisture map of
India as of January, 2016. The map clearly shows
the impact El Nino had on the monsoon. The lack
of rain created a shortage of food as crops failed
due to drought. The result was very high prices paid
for Canadian pulses (lentils, peas, and chickpeas).
Fast forward a few months, as we shift from the
strongest El Nino phase in history to a La Nina
phase, and we get a wet monsoon. Generally, the
monsoon starts in June and runs till September.
The monsoon rain this year has been sporadic but
there has been a general improvement in the subsoil
condition as the monsoon advances from the southeast and tracks northwest. The subsoils have been
depleted and aquafers are running low. It might
take more that one good monsoon season to bring
up the water levels to normal.
The chart for July 6, 2016 shows the recovery in
the subsoil moisture. We will need to focus on the
progression of the monsoon to see if the northwest
part of India gets replenished with much-needed
moisture.
Canadian soil moiture conditions have been variable but, generally, the entire lentil growing region
is adequate to extremely wet. Lentils DO NOT like
wet conditions. In the industry we say that lentils
do not like WET FEET. Disease and too much rain
can impact the yield and quality of the crop.
Lentils like drought stress to mature properly. For
this reason, growers are hoping the weather will
shift to warmer and dryer conditions.
For now, we can safely say that the rain can stop
anytime soon. If that happens, there are 5.8 million
acres of lentils planted with the potential to produce
a record 4.0 million metric tonnes with 3.0 million
of those tonnes being red lentils.
Assiniboia Polka Fest ready for another year
by Scott Hellings
Get your dancing shoes on and head
to Assiniboia on July 15 and 16 for
the 14th annual Assiniboia Polka Fest.
The event will be held at the Prince of
Wales Centre (201 – Third Ave. W.).
You can be sure it will be a fun weekend full of great music, dancing, and
fellowship.
“It is all polkas and old-time waltzes.
We get good crowds; we get people
from all over Saskatchewan and we
normally have people come in from
Alberta and Manitoba. Usually, there
are about 300 to 350 people there,”
said committee member Eugene Clermont. “We have two bands that will
play in intervals. We have an excellent
floor…It is a floating hardwood floor.
There is a rubber base underneath it
and that gives you quite a good cushion.”
Leon Ochs and Len Gadica will entertain the crowd. The event will run on
Friday, July 15 from 7:00 p.m. to midnight and on Saturday, July 16 from
2:00 to 11:00 p.m. The cost is $12 at
the door on Friday and $20 for Saturday. You can purchase a weekend pass
for $30.
There is excellent parking available,
particularly for motorhomes and trailers, although there are no power hook-
ups. Food service is available for an
additional cost.
Clermont admits the event typically
attracts an older crowd, with most of
the dancers being 60 years of age and
older. That being said, it would be an
excellent opportunity to stop by and
learn traditional styles of dance that
will no doubt come in handy during
wedding season.
Clermont says he always enjoys himself.
“I enjoy the people who come to it
and the bands as well,” said Clermont.
“And of course I just really like polka
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Official Visit
Back row, left to right: WGM Cannida Coventry (Mantario, SK),
WM Cheryle Svab (Moose Jaw), WP Lloyd Pethick (Moose Jaw),
WGP Ernie Butz (Regina). Front row, left to right: Darlene Smith of
Moose Jaw (60-year member), Erwin Jaeger of Swift Current (40year member), Liz Andrei of Moose Jaw (40-year member), and Edith
Ardelian of Moose Jaw (40-year member). Missing: Bev Hammond of
Moose Jaw (50-year member).
Time to Celebrate at Seventh-Day
Adventist Church
Mizpah Chapter #1, Order of the Eastern Star, held their Official Visit of the
Worthy Grand Matron and the Worthy Grand Patron of Saskatchewan on
Monday, June 20 at the Masonic Temple in Moose Jaw. Members with 40,
50, and 60 years of service were honoured and presented with pins.
On June 25 the new pastor of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Pastor Troy
Guderyan, held a re-dedication service from the pulpit. He had waited eight-anda-half months for the church renovations to be finished. Major water damage
occurred at the end of October during construction of a new roof, and repairs
and renovations needed to be done. When he first arrived the church was in
tack, but the next time he came, the damage was done and services had to
be conducted in the fellowship room until renovations were started there. The
church was then shut down for eight weeks and is now back up and running.
Habitat for Humanity Draw
Former Pastor returns for a special
service after church has a new look
Habitat Moose Jaw Chairman Bill Harris (right) presents John MacKenzie
with a Hamilton Beach Quesadilla Maker, provided by Peavey Mart. The
prize draw was from the organization’s Sidewalk Days display.
On July 2, the former pastor of Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Pastor Scott
Manly, returned to conduct a baby dedication. He had left for his new pastorate
just two days before the damage occurred, so didn’t get a chance to see it.
He definitely heard about it though and was able to come back and visit and
experience the new look.
New Fellowship members
Honorary-Colonel Bert Olson, centre, and
Char Spanjer, centre right, were installed as
new members of the 15 Wing Fellowship.
The ceremony took place at the recent
honours and awards presentations at 15
Wing. Shown with the new members is Rick
Spanjer, left, chairman of the Fellowship;
Col. Alex Day, commander of 15 Wing; Phil
Adkins, Fellowship treasurer; and Chief
Warrant Officer Michel Blain. The Fellowship
is currently working on plans for the third
annual Highway to Heroes concert and
car show to be held Sept. 17 at 15 Wing.
Fellowship Photograph.
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Hutterite Farmers’ Market
Hole-in-One at
the Lynbrook
The Lynbrook Golf Club was the scene
of another hole-in-one on the morning
of July 9. Chad Topp used a pitching
wedge on Hole 7 and dropped it into
cup for the miracle shot. It was wit
witnessed by Jessy Harper, Brett Sentes
and Larry Sentes. This was Chad’s first
hole-in-one. Congratulations Chad!
Baildon
Submitted by Dwight Bearchell, Pro
Shop Manager, Lynbrook Golf Club.
Brownlee
Members of the Baildon and Brownlee Hutterite Colonies have started the Saturday morning Farmers’
Market near Jiffy Lube on Thatcher Drive East. Offerings on July 9 included new potatoes, green onions,
cooking onions, radishes, carrots, peas, squash, zucchini, rhubarb, saskatoons, raspberries, gooseberries,
fresh eggs and home baked bread. Everything is ripening 10 days early this year, said one of the sellers.
Ron Walter photos
Private Reserve Accounts
By Wayne Durksen, Financial Advisor
[email protected]
My previous article focused on the
fact that we finance everything we
buy. We either borrow money and
pay interest to someone else, or we
pay cash and give up the opportunity for our money to growth through
the power of uninterrupted compound
interest. I described the three types
of people regarding money: debtors,
savers and wealth creators. I mentioned that this article would focus of
kids and finance, asking if we might
train our kids to become wealth creators.
Wealth creators understand that in order to build wealth we must preserve
capital. We live in a society where
marketers bombard us daily with
messages that suggest we not only
deserve whatever we desire, but virtually everything we want is available
and accessible through debt financing. Every time we incur a debt posi-
tion we transfer wealth away. Many
wealth transfers happen unnecessarily or unknowingly. Wealth creators
develop a disciplined process to reduce wealth transfers, thereby building their personal wealth, rather than
building wealth for others.
In order to reduce or eliminate wealth
transfers, it is important to first establish a private reserve account. Private
reserve accounts include several key
components, such as control, accessibility, sheltered growth, uninterrupted
compounding, and safety and collateral opportunities, to name a few.
With a private reserve account in
place that is adequately funded, you
have a source of capital with which to
finance your major purchases. Rather
than make loan payments to someone
else, we can use our private reserve
and make the same loan payment
typically made to someone else. This
goes back into our private reserve
account, thereby replenishing the
account and ensuring its availability
for future major purchases. Through
careful planning and disciplined
use, you can avoid many common
wealth transfers while recapturing
lost interest payments otherwise going to finance companies and banks.
I believe that for most people there
is greater benefit in avoiding these
wealth transfers that happen unnecessarily and unknowingly than there
is in consistently picking the winners
within the various fund markets.
Without an adequately funded private
reserve account, people have few options other than to borrow capital for
major purchases. Many find themselves going through life as debtors,
with a few practising the save and
spend strategy. This is where many
of our kids find themselves upon the
completion of high school; they have
no capital, yet life seems to demand
certain major expenditures before
they are able to build a private reserve
account. And, thus, the cycle begins.
They finance a vehicle to get them to
and from their job, social commitments, and life in general. Immedi-
Deals that will raise eyebrows on the drive to Eyebrow,
ately, they begin making payments
to the financer while their vehicle
begins depreciating at an alarming
rate. Many have good intentions of
beginning a savings program but find
the cost of life uses up most, if not
all their monthly income. And so they
wait until next month to start their
savings program — but next month
never seems to come.
Imagine if parents and grandparents
were able to not only gift cash to their
children, but rather begin building
a private reserve account for their
kids. With a private reserve account
significantly funded, kids would be
in a place to begin living as wealth
creators rather than as debtors and
savers. Wise parents and grandparents would realize the added importance of also teaching their kids how
to properly use their private reserve
account to avoid wealth transfers,
preserve their capital pool, and enjoy
repeated use of their private reserve
account throughout their entire lifetime.
Ultimately, parents and grandparents
can leave a lasting legacy by teaching their kids how to live as wealth
creators.
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TRADING THOUGHTS
Auditor’s stifled land findings embarrass Saskatchewan government
No matter how you
look at it, the auditor-general’s report on
the controversial Global Transportation Hub
(GTH) land deal leaves
egg on the face of the
provincial government.
The auditor found no
evidence of fraud in the
by Ron Walter
dealings that saw a Regina businessman clear
$6 million profit on a land speculation in a few
months.
That is, no evidence of fraud by the government,
Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure, or the
GTH.
The auditor’s mandate did not allow investigation
of private individuals involved in the deal so we’ll
never know what really happened.
The speculator might have made his $6 million by
carefully reading planning documents that were
public well before the deal and thus had what
seemed was inside knowledge.
To get to the bottom of this matter would have
required a judicial inquiry with a judge who could
interview anyone connected. That kind of inquiry
has been proposed by Saskatchewan Progressive
Conservative Party Leader Rick Swenson.
A highways land appraisal used by the premier to
justify the price was never made public. The auditor notes that particular appraisal was not made
for land purchase reasons, and dismisses its use.
If you’re a Saskatchewan Party supporter the auditor’s report seems to take the heat off the party
and the government.
But the report made a number of recommendations to try and ensure nothing like this land deal
happens again.
After all, the taxpayers of Saskatchewan unnecessarily paid $6 million more for a parcel of land,
simply because the people from highways and infrastructure and the GTH did not know what they
were doing.
Call it stupidity, call it growing pains of a new
GTH organization, the auditor clearly found an
absence of policies or strategy to appropriately
handle land sales.
Jeremy Stidham named WMBL
Player of the Week
At one point, the report notes, no one was in
charge of buying the land. It was even suggested
the Crown Investment Corporation buy it.
And at one point, two parties from the same agency were separately negotiating for the same parcel
of land. The report did not say if they bid each
other up in price.
Clearly, the provincial government needs to take
blame for the mishandling of the land deals.
The auditor points out that many of the policies
needed to avoid similar issues have been implemented.
The auditor’s report conveniently was made public on the last day of the spring Legislative session
to attract the least amount of attention.
No real time was left in the session for debate of
the report. The next day was the first day of a long
weekend and summer holidays.
By Monday, the government hoped and was right,
the media would have forgotten and most of the
public would be unaware of the auditor’s report
finding lack of appropriate government policies
on the matter.
By trying to minimize public exposure to the report the government hoped to bury the issue from
public memory; this was an ugly piece of its record.
Ron Walter can be reached at [email protected]
by Scott Hellings
Catcher Jeremy Stidham of the Moose Jaw Miller Express has been on fire at the plate lately. As such, he
was recently recognized by the Western Major Baseball
League (WMBL) as the Player of the Week for June
27-July 3.
Stidham played in just three games over the course of
the week. He made the most of his opportunities, however, homering in all three games. Overall, his stats for the week included a .636 average
with a .733 on-base percentage. He scored seven runs and had nine RBI and stole two bases.
Stidham is a junior from Eastern Michigan University who is in his second year with the
Millers. He is just one of the players who have helped the team turn a corner as of late. From
June 24 to July 5 the team won seven of eight games. As a result, the Millers are back in
playoff contention.
Congratulations to Jeremy Stidham and the Moose Jaw Miller Express!
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The Saskatchewan Festival of Words is a popular annual event here in Moose Jaw, but it is not
just about one week in July. The event supports a
variety of programs throughout the calendar year.
But, like any organization, they require funding.
Fortunately, several Saskatchewan festivals have
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“A group of festival across Saskatchewan started a
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funds to do what we do,” said Sarah Simison, Executive Director of the Saskatchewan Festival of
Words. “We thought we would try a 50-50. Most
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festivals where maybe somebody could win $100.
We thought if we could pool it all together and run
it for a longer period of time, people could stand to
win a lot of money, and then we could all share in
that. We are excited to be a part of this.”
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Musical Festival (July 14-17), PotashCorp Fringe
Festival (July 28-August 6), Regina Folk Festival
(August 5-7), Northern Lights Bluegrass Festival
(August 12-14), PotashCorp Fireworks Festival
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the end.”
Simison says the funds could support new programs for youth.
“We are more than just a summer festival because
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film series, and we have started some new programs, such as a Saskatchewan Festival of Words
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in partnership with the Moose Jaw Public Library,”
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For sale: Lumber from fence
(used) offers. Phone 306692-8402
2 Matching Siwash Sweaters
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PHONE 306-692-8179
Electric typewriter used very
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Homemade computer desk.
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$l5 PHONE 306-692-8179
Toys vintage 1960-70s. Tinker Toys, Tonka trucks, Johnny West series action figures,
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306-692-3004.
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$7800.00. Phone
306-692-4447
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99,000kms. $3,000 obo.
Phone 306-692-8402
1987 Oldsmobile, 98 regency,
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Vanguard 5th wheel 1999
excellent condition and Ford
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loaded and excellent shape.
Only 52,000 km. White with
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or will sell separately. Selling
for health reasons. Phone
306-692-4447.
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ASAP older 2 bedroom Trailer. New Hot water heater.
Stove, fridge and other items
if wanted. Has an ex large
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month plus damage deposit.
Contractors welcome. 306692-4268
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849 Hoch East Moose Jaw
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candles, church pew bowes
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new will sell for $200.00 or
highest offers. Call 306-6933093
Pocket books for sale. Mostly
Westerns. 50 to 75 each 1522
Duffield st w. Phone 306692-1979
For Sale: Advanced cake
decorating books (7) various
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693-1640.
Wood framed window, 73 3/4
x 37 3/4 opening. Awning
White Floor Fan ‘Homestyles’. Nice condition, asking $25. Phone 972-2272
Moose Jaw
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new mattress. Treadmill,
filter queen vacuum cleaner with many attachments.
Glass top end tables. Baby
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Brother Sewing machine
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needles like new $50. Phone
692-1036
Hamilton Beach Express 12
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306-693-9674
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Load Washing Machine. Minimum use. $400.00. Phone
693-1640.
54 inch box spring and bed
rails. As new. $20. Call
306-692-6842.
Couch – makes into bed
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PHONE 306-692-8179
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smoke glass end table with
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in brass color, $15. Please
phone 306 6932406.
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6932406.
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Bison meat - individual cuts
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L Patterson D.V.M 306-4752232
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Plastic church bird feeder $2 306-681-8749
Large frog lawn ornament $2 306-681-8749
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Men’s golf clubs RH with pull
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Small dog sitting offered in my home for $10
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July 10 and 24 Sunday 10:00 am
Worshipping at Parkview Chapel
474 Hochelaga St. West – Moose Jaw
Coffee & fellowship after the service.
For more information contact:
Rev. Glenn Galenkamp, Rector 306-691-2715
or Larry & Dianne Hellings 306-693-6701
All Are Welcome!
www.saintbarnabasmoosejaw.ca
food and bedding. Call 306630-2877.
WANTED
Wanted: 6 sturdy chrome
kitchen chairs or 6 wooden
dining room chairs. Phone
306-868-4775
Looking for a place to shoot
gophers around Moose Jaw.
If you have a problem with
these critters let me know
and I’ll be glad to take them
off your hands. Safe and responsible hunter. Call or text
Branden 204-570-0576
I want to buy your unwanted guns in working order or
not, for cash. I have a license
to buy most guns. I will travel to you, to pick up, if necessary. I am in Moose Jaw.
Cash paid. Call or text 1-306641-4447
Wanted to buy up to 60HP
tractors requiring repair,
small disc, 3 point hitch potato and other equipment,
and a 12 foot seed drill with
grass attachment. Call or
text 1-306-641-4447
Looking for job please call
3067409983
SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL
NURSING
FOOT CARE provided by Meagan Newans Licensed Practical Nurse/ Certified Foot Care
Nurse. In home treatments
and Diabetic treatments
available- limited space. Veterans affairs Canada (DVA)
approval and possible medical insurance reimbursement
provided upon submission.
Please call for appointment
306-313-0385 or visit www.
professionalnursingfootcare.
com
Will do house cleaning.
Please call 306-690-2741
Tree topping ,Trimming and
Removals, also stump grinding.15 years’ experience, Fully licensed and insured,124
foot crane available for monster trees, Seniors Discount,
For Free estimate Please
call;306-690-0276
Tree removal service based
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SESSION JUNE 20, 2016
1 Gail Fitzpatrick - Bob Cobbe
2 Rae Trites - Adele Owatz
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SESSION JUNE 20, 2016
1 Gail Fitzpatrick - Bob Cobbe
2 Rae Trites - Adele Owatz
3 Don MacDonald - Jeff Bryant
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S c raps of paper bea r
i nteresti n g re cipes
By Joyce Walter For Moose Jaw Express
Occasionally, the urge strikes and the recipe boxes are turned upside down to discover what gems
might be hidden inside.
A recent foray into this world produced numerous
recipes written on scraps of paper — most of which
have never seen the light of day in this household.
But now, as they must have back then, they do
sound interesting and not all that difficult to make.
So, this week’s recipes come from those pieces of
paper, written in my own handwriting as some evidence that friends likely shared them with me or I
copied them from a doctor’s office magazine years
ago.
• • •
Double Layer Pumpkin Pie
Layer one:
4 oz. cream cheese, softened
1 tbsp. milk
1 tbsp. sugar
1 1/2 cups thawed Cool Whip
1 Graham cracker crumb crust
Layer two:
2-4 oz. pkgs. Jello vanilla pudding
1 cup cold milk
1-16 oz. can pumpkin pie mix
1 tsp. cinnamon
1/2 tsp. ginger
1/4 tsp. cloves
For the first layer, mix the cream cheese, 1 tbsp. milk and 1
tbsp. sugar together in a large bowl with a wire whisk until
smooth. Gently stir in thawed Cool Whip. Spread mixture on
the bottom of the cracker crust.
For the second layer, pour 1 cup cold milk into a large bowl
and add pudding mixes. Beat 1 minute. This mixture will
be thick. Stir in the pumpkin and spices until well mixed.
Spread over cream cheese mixture. Refrigerate at least four
hours or until set. Serves 8. If desired, top with whipped
topping.
• • •
Raspberry Strudel Squares
1 1/2 cups flour
1/4 tsp. salt
3/4 cup butter
1 cup raspberry jam
1 tsp. baking powder
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup rolled oats
1/2 cup chopped almonds
Mix flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Rub in butter.
Stir in oats. Press 2/3 of the mixture into a 9x13 inch pan.
Spread with jam.
Add almonds to remaining crumb and sprinkle over jam.
Pat lightly. Bake at 375 degrees F for 30 minutes. Cool.
Sprinkle top with icing sugar. Cut into squares.
• • •
Baked Prune Whip
1/2 cup finely cut up cooked prunes
2 egg whites
3 tbsps. sugar
pinch salt
2 tsps. lemon juice
1/4 tsp. vanilla extract
2 tbsps. chopped pecans
Cover uncooked prunes with cold water, bring to a boil and
simmer until very tender, about 20 minutes. Cool, drain and
cut up with kitchen scissors.
Beat prunes, egg whites, sugar and salt until stiff enough to
hold a shape. Fold in lemon juice, vanilla and pecans. Spoon
into two six-oz. custard cups. (They will be very full.) Set
cups in a pan of hot water. Bake in a 350 degrees F oven
until puffed and lightly browned, about 20 minutes. Serve
hot or cold with a soft custard.
Joyce Walter can be reached at [email protected]
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Gisele Perrault
Budgets, some will say, are a mere
blueprint of plans in the mind.
The accounting industry describes
budgets as the “set of interlinked
plans that quantitatively describe
an entity’s projected future
operations, a yardstick to measure
actual operating results for the
allocation of funding and plans for
future operations.”
More simply, “money in” should
Joyce Walter
be more than “money out,”
GUEST EDITOR
resulting in a profit as a desired
outcome. At the least, the two should be equal to come up with
a balanced operation, neither ahead nor behind.
Federal and provincial governments strive for the balanced
scenario, hope for a profit position and always have justifiable
reasons for running deficit budgets. Municipal governments
are not permitted to operate in the red and to avoid doing so
either raise property taxes or cut services, They also rely on
provincial and federal programs for matching funding and fullblown non-matching grants.
This bit of background brings up the dilemma of local budgets
that get slammed without warning when another level of
government claims it has to make tough decisions and make
them nearly half way through the budget year of a local entity.
Moose Jaw’s Wakamow Valley Authority had a budget in
place and was working within that budget for the upkeep and
maintenance of the local park. In a legislated agreement with the
province, it expected to receive $157,000 from Saskatchewan
coffers. Then, bang — the province made the so-called tough
choice and kicked out the funding for five urban municipal
parks, including Wakamow. No advance warning given to local
officials, just sorry folks but it was a difficult choice.
To add insult to injury, similar parks in Regina and Saskatoon
didn’t immediately lose money but will be studied. That’s small
comfort to Wakamow workers laid off because of the loss of
legislated provincial funding. And by the way, that legislation
was changed after-the-fact, to make the cuts appear legal and
above board. And also by the way, Moose Jaw’s MLAs voted
in favour of the cuts and the change in the rules.
Mayor Deb Higgins wonders what other off-loading will occur
that will leave the city scurrying to make up potential shortfalls
in its own budget, a budget approved with the expectation of
provincial funding.
It is small comfort to Wakamow’s management that provincial
officials plan to meet with it to discuss the loss of revenue and
to better understand the local operation. Such meetings would
have made more sense before rather than after-the fact, after
the horse has already left the barn.
Moose Jaw residents enjoy the amenities offered in the
Wakamow parks but will soon start complaining if the parks
begin to look neglected and fail to meet past standards. Don’t
blame Wakamow; put the blame where it belongs, with
provincial decision makers who indeed had difficult choices,
but failed in their management of those choices.
Now Wakamow has to figure out how many extra steak
nights and festival of flavours events it will take to raise
$157,000. That’s an interesting budget dilemma, one that local
management and volunteers shouldn’t have to face.
Joyce Walter can be reached at [email protected]
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On the
Front Porch
by Wanda Smith
Your Best Days are Ahead
In a time of upset and upheaval today, there are many
unknowns and unusual happenings on the world stage.
There is a growing fear weaving its ugly tentacles around
the hearts of many, as the news and social media bombard
us with images of political unrest, mixed messages of
what’s right and what’s wrong, extreme abuse, addictions
and abductions, wars and rumours of wars. It doesn’t take
much to cause panic in the streets or in our hearts.
In Matthew 24, it talks about the signs of the times: “...
many will be offended, will betray one another, and will
hate one another... and because lawlessness will abound,
the love of many will grow cold.” This is happening right
around us...maybe even to us.
Dear friends, the infallible Word of the Living God
reminds us that when things are getting darker, it is our
time to shine! There have been many words come forth for
this summer that assures us that even when the darkness
is getting darker; the Light of God is shining brighter.
“Arise, shine! For your light has come! And the glory of
the Lord is risen upon you. For behold, the darkness shall
cover the earth, and deep darkness the people; BUT the
Lord will arise over you, and His glory will be seen upon
you.” This is not a day to fear. This is a day to ARISE and
SHINE, dear ones! “The path of the righteous is like the
morning sun, shining ever brighter till the full light of day.”
Lana Vawser encourages us with this word for July: “In
this season and beyond, these will be your best days yet
and you will have encounters with Jesus where He will
show you His Glory in ways you have not encountered
before. Where there have been weights that have attempted
to hold you down in this season, the Lord is breaking you
free of them, and you are entering a season of feeling the
weight of His Glory, the Shekinah Glory manifested IN
your life and THROUGH your life in significant, explosive
ways. There is an INCREASED manifestation of the Glory
of God over you in this season and beyond as you live in a
deep place of radical surrender and abandonment to Him
and His ways and timing.”
I have been sensing that this month is one in which we need
to purposefully rest and sit in God’s presence. I already
touched on that in the last column that was published, but
this is a reminder once again — to allow Holy Spirit to
refresh and strengthen you, recharging your batteries in
preparation for a busy fall in which you will be going about
Your Father’s Business. Encourage yourself in the Lord.
Spend time in His Word. “Your Word is a lamp to my feet
and a light to my path.” As we renew our minds to the way
God thinks, we will begin to think like He thinks and talk
like He talks. We will do what He does and see turnaround
in our lives.
Hear my heart: Press in like never before. Shut off those
negative reports that bombard your mind. Colossians
instructs us to “Think about the things of heaven, not the
things of earth.” Become more heavenly minded. Believe
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day to shine... and start acting like it, living like it and
expecting it! God is a good God! Taste and see that the
Lord is good! It’s impossible to exaggerate the goodness of
God. Allow His goodness to go before you in this summer
of miracles... summer of rest, refreshment and restoration.
Be at peace! “I have told you these things, so that in me
you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble.
But take heart! I have overcome the world.”
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Harvest tips for pulse crop growers
Shannon Friesen, PAg - Regional Crops Specialist,
Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture
William (Bill) Daniel
Gilmour
passed away peacefully on
July 7, 2016. Bill was born
on the family farm on April
3, 1929, where he lived
and worked until retiring to
Moose Jaw in his eighties.
A well-respected farmer and
good neighbor, he served on the boards of the
Moose Jaw Co-op, Tuxford Wheat Pool and St.
Andrews United Church. He also served as 2nd
Lieutenant in the Saskatchewan Dragoons Army
Reserve Unit. Bill attended Clinton School, and
later Central High School in Moose Jaw. There
he met the love of his life, Evelyn, whom he
married in 1950. He has now joined his beloved
who passed away on June 19 of this year. Bill and
Evelyn’s family, daughter Nancey Gilmour-McCarthy and husband Rod McCarthy; Rod Gilmour and wife Karla Sommerfeld; and grandchildren Alannah, Lauren, Madeline, Katharine and
Clint wish to thank everyone for their support. A
graveside memorial service for both Evelyn and
Bill will be held at a later date. For those wishing
memorial donations may be made to St. Columba
Cemetery Restoration Fund, c/o #301-205 Fairford St E., Moose Jaw, SK S6H 0E1. Please sign
the memorial register at website: www.wjjonesandson.com
Lew Young Funeral Director
Alfred Christian Huber
Honour the memory of a loved one with a
memorial gift to support the Moose Jaw
Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital.
Please contact us for more
information.
Moose Jaw Health Foundation
55 Diefenbaker Drive
Moose Jaw, SK S6J 0C2
Phone (306) 694-0373
www.mjhf.org
is 30 per cent or less moisture in the seed. In
lentils, application should be made when the
lowest third of the pods are rattling and the
seed is hard. The middle third of the plant
should also be hard but seeds can be split easily
into two halves. The top third of the lentil plant
can be immature but should be at full size. For
peas, the bottom 75 per cent of pods should be
ripe and the seeds should rattle loosely in the
pod. The top pods and seeds can remain green
and soft but should still split in half easily. It is
important to note that desiccation locks in the
seed coat colour, so yellow pea crops should
have the majority of seeds changed from green
to yellow prior to desiccation.
There are also several other registered desiccant products, such as Heat or Aim, that will
facilitate rapid dry-down. It is recommended,
and extremely important, that producers contact their grain buyer to make sure that they
will purchase grain treated with desiccants or
glyphosate. Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs)
are regulated under the Pest Control Products
Act and are established for food products to
ensure consumer safety. When pesticides are
used according to label directions, they are not
a concern to human health. However, some
importing countries have not established MRL
levels for certain pesticides and will not tolerate
grain that has been treated. This may result in
rejection of the grain and additional measures
taken against imported Canadian grain.
For more information visit www.saskatchewan.ca/agriculture or contact the Agriculture
Knowledge Center at 1-866-457-2377 or [email protected]
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of Moose Jaw, passed away
peacefully with family by
his side on July 2, 2016
at the age of 91. Alfred
worked for KR Tracey Construction for 36 years. He
had a love of horses and his
family was special to him.
Alfred is predeceased by his parents, Bertha
and Christian Huber; siblings Matilda, Rose,
Harold, Anne, Pearl, Doreen, and John. Alfred
will be sadly missed by his wife of 62 years
Ruby; children Dale (Cindy) Huber, Adele
(Kevin) Payne, Harvey Huber, Donna Huber,
Marvin (Terry) Huber; grandchildren: Amber, Dyana, Nicole, Brett (Michele), Matthew,
Chantal, Justin, Blair (Jessica), and Jillian;
great-grandchildren: Navana, Eden, Maguire,
Aiden, Wynter, and Sam; siblings: Margaret,
Freda, Irene, Kay, Marie, and Fred; as well as
numerous nieces and nephews. The Funeral
Service will be held at Emmanuel Lutheran
Church on Thursday July 7, 2016 at 11:00 am.
Reverend John Kreutzwieser will officiate. Interment will take place at Rosedale Cemetery.
Memorial donations to the Canadian Diabetes
Association would be appreciated. In living
memory of Alfred, a memorial planting will
be made by W. J. Jones & Son Funeral Home.
Please sign the memorial register at website:
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With the growing season progressing quickly
this year, it is never too early to start thinking
about harvest. Whether you are new to pulse
crops or are a seasoned pro, there are many
factors to consider for bringing in the crop in
relatively good condition.
A common practice for producers is using a desiccant such as Reglone (diquat) to burn off crop
foliage and weeds. It helps to reduce the time
from maturity to harvest but does not actually
speed up the maturity of the crop, nor does it
provide long-term weed control. Glyphosate is
a common herbicide used for control of perennial weeds such as Canada thistle, dandelions,
and quackgrass. Glyphosate is not a desiccant
but may provide some dry-down effects if the
weather is warm and dry. Application timing is
similar to that of Reglone but it will take longer
for weed control to occur.
Keep in mind that dry-down from Reglone can
happen very quickly in warm and dry weather so be prepared to straight-combine within
a couple of days to eliminate risk. Glyphosate
treated crops will need additional time to mature so straight-combining typically will not
begin for at least a week or more, depending
on weather conditions. An important difference
between true desiccants and glyphosate is that
crops sprayed with glyphosate should not be
saved for seed, as germination and vigor will
be compromised. Seeds may germinate but the
seedling will be deformed and stunted. Make
sure to have a germination test done in the
spring as germination levels can decrease over
the winter.
Application of both Reglone and glyphosate
can be made at similar staging and when there
receive a $ 750 Credit
towards your final Arrangements
some restrictions apply
Sunset Cemetery 633 -Caribou St. W.
306-692-8855
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Contemporary styled home, spectacular kitchen, rich
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developed. Triple attached garage!
Sonya Bitz 631-8471
Spacious bungalow on south hill! Large living room, u
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of Moose Jaw
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Bryan Gilbert 631-4790
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Anne Bowes
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58 Bluebell Cres
Spacious 3 bedroom bungalow
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205
Hall St E
$369,900
Wonderful family home close to
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NEW LISTING
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Great Family Home! SW location just
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$319,900
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$434,900
$124,900
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1701 11th Ave
$529,900
$409,000
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401 TATANKA DRIVE,
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256 ROSS ST. W.
$379,000
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MOOSE JAW
108 VALLEYVIEW DR. CARONPORT
CUSTOM 1390 BUNG - LIKE NEW! 4
Brms/3 Bths. Open concept.
HOME FULLY DEVELOPED. In Floor
Heat. HUGE GARAGE. Great Yard and
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5 bedroom home offers
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Numerous updates
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1162 ALDER AVE. MOOSE JAW
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UPGRADED Electrical.
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Welcomes:
Paul Flavel
944 BROWN ST.
$179,900
Immaculate 3
bedroom home.
44 GOLDENGLOW DR.
$469,000
306-684-2704
1-306-241-0800
$194,O00
386 & 396 2ND AVE W,
RIVERHURST MLS®#: 569340/569341
build your dream home? Corner lot surrounded by
mature trees. Located just 5 minutes away from
Beautiful Lake Diefenbaker and Palliser Regional
Park
BUFFALO POUND LAKE MLS®#: 574485
Wonderful views spread out from 401 Tatanka Drive, in
Sun Valley Resort. 195x200 (.95 acres) with gas &
electricity. Lots of shady & sunny spots to relax and the
lake always in your gaze. The lot tucks into a private little
coulee. Access to dock for your boat & water sports.
306-631-0076
$459,900
254 WOOD LILY DRIVE
CENTRAL BUTTE MLS®#: 577766
A fabulous home! Stylish finishes & a comfortable
open concept living. featuring 5 Bedrooms. 3 baths.
With 10 foot ceilings & a privet balcony off the
master bedroom, this lovely home is a must see!
224 Centre STREET Assiniboia
$94,900
$199,900
ULTIMATE FAMILY HOME!
This sprawling bungalow
is also situated on a LARGE LOT!
143 IROQUOIS STREET E
$179,900
NEW LISTING
$579,000
$210,000
$329,900
REALTOR®
432 High St. W. (306) 692-7700
www.realtyexecutivesmj.com
240
Duffield St W
www.moosejawrealestate.net
Anne Bowes
1655 General Cres
JC Chhokar 631-5220
35
Holly Cres
Three plus one bedroom bungalow
located in a quiet area!
1137 Warner St
306-631-8731
www.remax-moosejaw.sk.ca
CONDITIONAL SALE
324 Main Street N.
MOOSE JAW, SK
306-631-8731
Completely finished 2 ½ storey home. 4 bedrooms. Magnificent view of Buffalo Pound Lake. Private 54 acres in
Original wood work and trim. Upgraded and improved a the Resort Village of South Lake. Build your own estate of
must to see! Heated workshop/garage.
dreams with your home, trails for hiking,
Barn, corrals and various buildings.
biking or horse back riding! The opportunities are endless!!
West of Moose Jaw, 9.9 acres. Oak cabinets in kitchen,
large dining room, cozy nook. South facing living room.
Main floor laundry/bath combo. Double
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North East of Moose Jaw 2 parcels, approx. 20 acres each.
Seeded to pasture grass. Accessible utility lines. Scenic
views. Build your dream home and enjoy the
peace and quiet of country living.
REAL ESTATE
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1143 2nd AVENUE NW
$225,000
Perfect for first time buyers
or revenue. Plenty of potential.
710 Main St. N. (306) 692-9999
www.bhgmj.ca
639-590-6622
We are pleased to welcome
Paul to our team.
We invite all of his future clients
and friends to give
him a call and
the advantages
of working with an
432 High St. W. (306) 692-7700
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