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New year brings optimism for province

A new year is a time for optimism and renewal– and here in Saskatchewan we see… Read more on page 3

“Midwinter elsewhere”

I am currently not in Spiritwood, so I don’t know what is going on, apart from the wailing and… Read more on page 4

Hockey cyberbullies do disservice to Team Canada

Given that Canada is essentially one giant ice surface for much of the year,… Read more on page 4

Carbon tax a political fight in 2019

It didn’t take long for the great carbon tax fight to start in 2019,… Read more on page 5

New year brings new questions for ag sector

As we embark on a new year, it is always a time to contemplate what the world of agriculture may evolve to become? Read more on page 7

‘Greek Freak’ the biggest breakout star of 2018

It’s a bit strange to say a five-year National Basketball Association veteran had a breakout season,… Read more on page 12

“Ten Years Ago”

What follows this week is the column that appeared in The Herald exactly ten years ago, on Dec. 26, 2008. Read more on page 4

From here, 2019 looks to be a doozy

The end of another long – and, yet, somehow far too short – year is upon us. Read more on page 4

Gifts for ever-deserving Sask. politicians

Like the Grinch, my heart also grows three sizes at Christmas… Read more on page 5

Survey raises questions about plant-based protein

Research studies always seem to be interesting in what they unearth, and also leave you wondering exactly how the data was collected. Read more on page 7