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Prairies North Magazine Summer 2008 Back Issue

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A Celebrated Recovery -- The whooping crane was one of the first creatures in North America to suffer the effects of industrialization. One hundred years later, it seems to be coming back; The Man for Les Miserables -- Thanks to a school music program, Moose Jaw native Stephen Patterson has hit some big stages; Baked Fresh in 1863 -- A simple chocolate cake has become one family's link to their Slovenian roots and the incredible journey to St. Gregor, Saskatchewan; Prairie Landscape in London -- Two Saskatoon painters find enthusiastic audiences for their landscapes at a special UK exhibition; Valley of the Mouse -- The Souris Valley between Weyburn and Estevan is a little-known wild space of extraordinary beauty; Batter Up -- Butler's Blue Bird Cafe at Regina Beach is a fish and chips classic that will be around a good while yet; World Contenders -- Wascana Lake is the training ground for rowing and paddling athletes with their eyes on the Olympics and a whole lot more; Hot Times in Cottage Country -- Previously a great, and affordable, secret playground, Saskatchewan's lake properties are suddenly hotly pursued and getting pricey; 10 Memories to Share -- Editor Lionel hughes shares memorable moments with his camera in these never-before-published photographs from the past ten years; Your Town: Forget --It may be the smallest town anywhere to host a summer music festival, but this community has attracted artists and creative folk to make it happen; A Literary Trust -- Perdue is now home for Ralph Crawford and the well-travelled, extensive collection of books he offers in his bookstore; Festivals for Food Lovers -- Summer is the time to enjoy locally grown and tasty food at outdoor festivals all around the province; Black Bear Protocols -- Photographing bears in the wild is all about understanding how this creature lives and the importance of its safety. David Krughoff shares his story from behind the camera.
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Prairies North Magazine

Summer 2008 A Celebrated Recovery -- The whooping crane was one of the first creatures in North America to suffer the effects of industrialization. One hundred years later, it seems to be coming back; The Man for Les Miserables -- Thanks to a school music program, Moose Jaw native Stephen Patterson has hit some big stages; Baked Fresh in 1863 -- A simple chocolate cake has become one family's link to their Slovenian roots and the incredible journey to St. Gregor, Saskatchewan; Prairie Landscape in London -- Two Saskatoon painters find enthusiastic audiences for their landscapes at a special UK exhibition; Valley of the Mouse -- The Souris Valley between Weyburn and Estevan is a little-known wild space of extraordinary beauty; Batter Up -- Butler's Blue Bird Cafe at Regina Beach is a fish and chips classic that will be around a good while yet; World Contenders -- Wascana Lake is the training ground for rowing and paddling athletes with their eyes on the Olympics and a whole lot more; Hot Times in Cottage Country -- Previously a great, and affordable, secret playground, Saskatchewan's lake properties are suddenly hotly pursued and getting pricey; 10 Memories to Share -- Editor Lionel hughes shares memorable moments with his camera in these never-before-published photographs from the past ten years; Your Town: Forget --It may be the smallest town anywhere to host a summer music festival, but this community has attracted artists and creative folk to make it happen; A Literary Trust -- Perdue is now home for Ralph Crawford and the well-travelled, extensive collection of books he offers in his bookstore; Festivals for Food Lovers -- Summer is the time to enjoy locally grown and tasty food at outdoor festivals all around the province; Black Bear Protocols -- Photographing bears in the wild is all about understanding how this creature lives and the importance of its safety. David Krughoff shares his story from behind the camera.


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Prairies North Magazine  |  Summer 2008  


A Celebrated Recovery -- The whooping crane was one of the first creatures in North America to suffer the effects of industrialization. One hundred years later, it seems to be coming back; The Man for Les Miserables -- Thanks to a school music program, Moose Jaw native Stephen Patterson has hit some big stages; Baked Fresh in 1863 -- A simple chocolate cake has become one family's link to their Slovenian roots and the incredible journey to St. Gregor, Saskatchewan; Prairie Landscape in London -- Two Saskatoon painters find enthusiastic audiences for their landscapes at a special UK exhibition; Valley of the Mouse -- The Souris Valley between Weyburn and Estevan is a little-known wild space of extraordinary beauty; Batter Up -- Butler's Blue Bird Cafe at Regina Beach is a fish and chips classic that will be around a good while yet; World Contenders -- Wascana Lake is the training ground for rowing and paddling athletes with their eyes on the Olympics and a whole lot more; Hot Times in Cottage Country -- Previously a great, and affordable, secret playground, Saskatchewan's lake properties are suddenly hotly pursued and getting pricey; 10 Memories to Share -- Editor Lionel hughes shares memorable moments with his camera in these never-before-published photographs from the past ten years; Your Town: Forget --It may be the smallest town anywhere to host a summer music festival, but this community has attracted artists and creative folk to make it happen; A Literary Trust -- Perdue is now home for Ralph Crawford and the well-travelled, extensive collection of books he offers in his bookstore; Festivals for Food Lovers -- Summer is the time to enjoy locally grown and tasty food at outdoor festivals all around the province; Black Bear Protocols -- Photographing bears in the wild is all about understanding how this creature lives and the importance of its safety. David Krughoff shares his story from behind the camera.
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Loved this mag when I was based in Canada and loved exploring the Canadian Prairies. Reviewed Friday, 26 October 2018