This week is national Poison Prevention week. The theme “Out of Site and Locked up Tight,” asks all of us to take responsibility to ensure regular household cleaners and other chemicals are stored safely.
The blog has been quiet for a few weeks. Andrea and I took advantage of a Via Rail seat sale which nicely coincided with her return to good health, to go to Ontario for a couple of weeks to visit family and friends.
By Greg Urbanoski After a long off-season the Saskatchewan Roughriders begin today their efforts to climb out of an embarrassing 5-13 with the opening of rookie camp at the University of Regina.
When I was a little girl, housewives waited until the milk wagon had passed and the horse had passed too. They would scoot out into the road with a six quart fruit basket and scoop the poop for their gardens.
By Karen Cay With all the rain and a few hot days, it seems as if, suddenly, the trees are out in full leaf and everything is lush and fresh.
Establishing an aquarium is easy if you understand the “nitrogen cycle”. What? It takes about five weeks to get through the nitrogen cycle with a new tank. Once fish are added to the aquarium, the cycle begins:
Our government continues to make progress toward keeping an important promise we made that has implications for the health and safety for your family.
As the spring session of the legislature has ended, Premier Brad Wall has given the 49 men and women you elected to represent you on November 7, 2011 a summer mission.