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Prairies North Magazine Winter 2005 Back Issue

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Otter Limits -- The river otter's curiosity and playfulness make it a magnet for wildlife watchers generally and photographer's particularly. But being curious doesn't make the otter easy to catch with a camera; Painting in High Places -- Saskatchewan's centennial celebrations created many opportunities for our province's artists to showcase their work. Roger Jerome was surprised that his painting found a home in one of the highest places around; RCMP Musical Ride -- When the Musical Ride visited Saskatchewan this year it was significant for many people and for many reasons. There is still one main reason, though, that the Ride is significant for all Canadians; Remember this When Mushing... -- Nothing symbolizes the North like a dog sled race. For a newcomer to the sport, training is vitally important but there are a few things you can't learn until you're on the race trail; Pamela Wallin -- In the final Centennial column, Pamela Wallin offers a New York perspective on thankfulness and our relationship with the United States; Blue Jay -- Smart and handsome. What could be so bad?; Hockey News -- Good reading from the backyard rink; Internet Market Square -- Unique products from the French quarter; Safe at Any Speed -- The hard facts on safe snowmobile riding right in the classroom; Filmmaking -- Young artists re-think the past; No Crystal Balls -- Researchers prepare for the next hundred years in the city; He Likes It Like That -- Photographer has a present-minded approach to prairie beauty; Saskatchewan Express -- They're young, they're talented, they're going somewhere; Up with Grain -- Organic grains are right in the neighbourhood; Christmas in Saskatchewan -- Good will and great weather.
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Prairies North Magazine

Winter 2005 Otter Limits -- The river otter's curiosity and playfulness make it a magnet for wildlife watchers generally and photographer's particularly. But being curious doesn't make the otter easy to catch with a camera; Painting in High Places -- Saskatchewan's centennial celebrations created many opportunities for our province's artists to showcase their work. Roger Jerome was surprised that his painting found a home in one of the highest places around; RCMP Musical Ride -- When the Musical Ride visited Saskatchewan this year it was significant for many people and for many reasons. There is still one main reason, though, that the Ride is significant for all Canadians; Remember this When Mushing... -- Nothing symbolizes the North like a dog sled race. For a newcomer to the sport, training is vitally important but there are a few things you can't learn until you're on the race trail; Pamela Wallin -- In the final Centennial column, Pamela Wallin offers a New York perspective on thankfulness and our relationship with the United States; Blue Jay -- Smart and handsome. What could be so bad?; Hockey News -- Good reading from the backyard rink; Internet Market Square -- Unique products from the French quarter; Safe at Any Speed -- The hard facts on safe snowmobile riding right in the classroom; Filmmaking -- Young artists re-think the past; No Crystal Balls -- Researchers prepare for the next hundred years in the city; He Likes It Like That -- Photographer has a present-minded approach to prairie beauty; Saskatchewan Express -- They're young, they're talented, they're going somewhere; Up with Grain -- Organic grains are right in the neighbourhood; Christmas in Saskatchewan -- Good will and great weather.


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Otter Limits -- The river otter's curiosity and playfulness make it a magnet for wildlife watchers generally and photographer's particularly. But being curious doesn't make the otter easy to catch with a camera; Painting in High Places -- Saskatchewan's centennial celebrations created many opportunities for our province's artists to showcase their work. Roger Jerome was surprised that his painting found a home in one of the highest places around; RCMP Musical Ride -- When the Musical Ride visited Saskatchewan this year it was significant for many people and for many reasons. There is still one main reason, though, that the Ride is significant for all Canadians; Remember this When Mushing... -- Nothing symbolizes the North like a dog sled race. For a newcomer to the sport, training is vitally important but there are a few things you can't learn until you're on the race trail; Pamela Wallin -- In the final Centennial column, Pamela Wallin offers a New York perspective on thankfulness and our relationship with the United States; Blue Jay -- Smart and handsome. What could be so bad?; Hockey News -- Good reading from the backyard rink; Internet Market Square -- Unique products from the French quarter; Safe at Any Speed -- The hard facts on safe snowmobile riding right in the classroom; Filmmaking -- Young artists re-think the past; No Crystal Balls -- Researchers prepare for the next hundred years in the city; He Likes It Like That -- Photographer has a present-minded approach to prairie beauty; Saskatchewan Express -- They're young, they're talented, they're going somewhere; Up with Grain -- Organic grains are right in the neighbourhood; Christmas in Saskatchewan -- Good will and great weather.
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Loved this mag when I was based in Canada and loved exploring the Canadian Prairies. Reviewed Friday, 26 October 2018