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Vol 17, No. 4 Winter 2015


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Winter 2015
Volume 17, No. 4

In this Issue:

Which Way Will the Water Flow?—A debate regarding the management of Quill Lakes flood water has the watershed communities brimming.

Ice Fishing Traditions—Though the tradition of commercial fishing on Last Mountain Lake has waned, the Campbell family holds fast.

Prairie Church in Winter—Nothing begs a winter photograph quite as much as a smalltown Prairie church.

Reshaped by the Flood—Two adventurers discover beauty alongside devastation at a new lake created by floodwaters near the Cypress Hills.

Ten Great Trails—Don't be put off by cold weather! These terrific trails make ski or snowshoe excursions the best way to enjoy winter.

Ghost Wind Appaloosas—A rare horse breed that is revered for its temperament and beauty is being preserved in Saskatchewan.

An Athlete's Best Friend—A specal breed of German shepherd makes competition, and much more, possible for blind Olympian Jacqueline Rennebohm.

Getting Stooked at Blaine Lake—Patricia Shiplett is the talent behind a larger-than-life steel sculpture of wheat sheaves that commemorates an icon of our past.

Indian Head Theatre—To have great entertainment in a place you need a great venue. Indian Head saved their venerable opera house and their long tradition of live performance.

Product Code: VOLGRGIL23


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