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Morson Women's Institute elects new slate of officers

By Nancy Miller
Morson W.I.

Plenty of fun in March and April

By Susan Douglas
RR Red Hat Society

How to apply fertilizers

By Melanie Mathieson
Gardening Guru

A sense of deja vu

With the weather warming and summer just around the corner, more and more people are starting to come to Northwestern Ontario to for a visit. This week though, we had a visitor of a different kind grace us with his presence.

How much should you pay for pasture?

By Gary Sliworsky
OMAFRA Rep.

Many people call about how much they should pay/rent for pasture. OMAFRA has a fact sheet outlining some factors to consider.

Franklin's Gull

By Al Lowe
Contributor

Soon the lake will be bustling

As I sat on my deck at the lake Sunday, the solitude of the island was occassionally broken by a large jet heading northwest over Rainy Lake. The sound of the engines trailed far behind the shining silver body with the two white trails of water vapour being thrown off by the plane.
A red squirrel made several quick dashes across the deck and around the house. Normally they like to chatter to announce their presence, but the only sound heard was the thump, thump sound as they bounded over the boards.

The mysteries of fertilizers

By Melanie Mathieson
Gardening Guru

Proud of my first Private Member's Bill

Even with all the hoopla surrounding other stories in Ottawa, a lot of hard work has been taking place on the most pressing issues facing our families. One of those issues is pension security, and this week I was proud to take part in the first hour of debate on my Private Members Bill, C-501.

Food safety achieved through good practices

By Gary Sliworsky
OMAFRA Rep.

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