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Prairies North Magazine Fall 2007 Back Issue

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This Rat's Race is Always On -- The incredible, edible muskrat feeds the masses of the animal world; Compassion Takes to the Highway -- Through endurance, faith and charity Denise DeGraaf of Melfort, walks 3,000 kilometres to raise money for the Village of Hope in Burkino Faso, West Africa; Laughing Cowboy -- With his Prairie cowboy roots, funny-man Ash Cooper steals the show in the arena, on TV and in print; Taking Care of Tragedy -- Saskatchewan's extreme volunteer in the era of disasters; Saskatchewan Soldiers -- Not everyone is drawn to a military career. Five from Saskatchewan share their motivations and aspirations; Growing Hope -- Saskatchewan farmers work together to fight hunger around the globe; Super Shopping the Old Fashioned Way -- The McClellan General Store in Pierceland has something for everyone, and is one of the last of a dying breed of general stores; Retreat to the Glory -- Autumn reaches peak beauty along the North Saskatchewan. The Shekinah centre is in the heart of the glory; Saskatchewan Star Party -- Exploring the final frontier from Cypress Hills; Worth the Hike -- Nothing beats walking in the fall. Take these maps and hit the trail when the leaves turn; Inspiring the Art World -- Prince Albert couple Rod and Denyse Simair create crystalline glaze pottery; Your Town: Elbow -- Boats of every description line the docks in the deep natural harbour of the Elbow Marina on Lake Diefenbaker. The town is making the most of its marine location; All-season Athlete -- Take a lesson from Edna Brewster who tells us how she stays active year-round on the prairies; A New Appetite for Original Wheat -- The revival of Red Fife Wheat brings a nutty flavour to Amy Jo's must-try cookie recipe.
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Prairies North Magazine

Fall 2007 This Rat's Race is Always On -- The incredible, edible muskrat feeds the masses of the animal world; Compassion Takes to the Highway -- Through endurance, faith and charity Denise DeGraaf of Melfort, walks 3,000 kilometres to raise money for the Village of Hope in Burkino Faso, West Africa; Laughing Cowboy -- With his Prairie cowboy roots, funny-man Ash Cooper steals the show in the arena, on TV and in print; Taking Care of Tragedy -- Saskatchewan's extreme volunteer in the era of disasters; Saskatchewan Soldiers -- Not everyone is drawn to a military career. Five from Saskatchewan share their motivations and aspirations; Growing Hope -- Saskatchewan farmers work together to fight hunger around the globe; Super Shopping the Old Fashioned Way -- The McClellan General Store in Pierceland has something for everyone, and is one of the last of a dying breed of general stores; Retreat to the Glory -- Autumn reaches peak beauty along the North Saskatchewan. The Shekinah centre is in the heart of the glory; Saskatchewan Star Party -- Exploring the final frontier from Cypress Hills; Worth the Hike -- Nothing beats walking in the fall. Take these maps and hit the trail when the leaves turn; Inspiring the Art World -- Prince Albert couple Rod and Denyse Simair create crystalline glaze pottery; Your Town: Elbow -- Boats of every description line the docks in the deep natural harbour of the Elbow Marina on Lake Diefenbaker. The town is making the most of its marine location; All-season Athlete -- Take a lesson from Edna Brewster who tells us how she stays active year-round on the prairies; A New Appetite for Original Wheat -- The revival of Red Fife Wheat brings a nutty flavour to Amy Jo's must-try cookie recipe.


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This Rat's Race is Always On -- The incredible, edible muskrat feeds the masses of the animal world; Compassion Takes to the Highway -- Through endurance, faith and charity Denise DeGraaf of Melfort, walks 3,000 kilometres to raise money for the Village of Hope in Burkino Faso, West Africa; Laughing Cowboy -- With his Prairie cowboy roots, funny-man Ash Cooper steals the show in the arena, on TV and in print; Taking Care of Tragedy -- Saskatchewan's extreme volunteer in the era of disasters; Saskatchewan Soldiers -- Not everyone is drawn to a military career. Five from Saskatchewan share their motivations and aspirations; Growing Hope -- Saskatchewan farmers work together to fight hunger around the globe; Super Shopping the Old Fashioned Way -- The McClellan General Store in Pierceland has something for everyone, and is one of the last of a dying breed of general stores; Retreat to the Glory -- Autumn reaches peak beauty along the North Saskatchewan. The Shekinah centre is in the heart of the glory; Saskatchewan Star Party -- Exploring the final frontier from Cypress Hills; Worth the Hike -- Nothing beats walking in the fall. Take these maps and hit the trail when the leaves turn; Inspiring the Art World -- Prince Albert couple Rod and Denyse Simair create crystalline glaze pottery; Your Town: Elbow -- Boats of every description line the docks in the deep natural harbour of the Elbow Marina on Lake Diefenbaker. The town is making the most of its marine location; All-season Athlete -- Take a lesson from Edna Brewster who tells us how she stays active year-round on the prairies; A New Appetite for Original Wheat -- The revival of Red Fife Wheat brings a nutty flavour to Amy Jo's must-try cookie recipe.
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Loved this mag when I was based in Canada and loved exploring the Canadian Prairies. Reviewed Friday, 26 October 2018