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Today’s grads have it tougher than we know

As hard as it is to believe, another graduation season is upon us. Read more on page 4

Same old policy, different day

It’s oft said that one form of insanity is attempting the same thing over… Read more on page 4

GoT anger highlights dangers of fame

After nine years, eight seasons, and 73 episodes, our watch has finally ended. Read more on page 4

Social media crackdown needs measured approach

“We have lost the feeling of individual empowerment and to a certain extent also I think the optimism has cracked.” Read more on page 4

Trespassing law treats symptoms, not causes

In life, there are things we choose or are led to believe that aren’t, in fact, true… Read more on page 4

Buckle up, we’re in for a wild ride

Band-aid for a gunshot wound. Read more on page 4

Libraries still key to building strong communities

“I entered politics to help the little guy. To make life easier for you and your family. Read more on page 4

Local matters, now more than ever

Recently, you may have seen an ad in the Shellbrook Chronicle and Spiritwood Herald posing the question… Read more on page 4

Rural politics in urgent need of reform

It says a great deal about the state of modern Canadian politics that the majority of us are… Read more on page 4

Sask. politics getting uglier by the day

At times, it almost feels like it’s Saskatchewan, and not the whole country,… Read more on page 4