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As the agriculture industry is becoming more advanced in technology, so is the way farmers can rent land. A website called was launched last February by two brothers and their wives.

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Laura AbramsenDo you see that oil painting hanging on the gallery wall? Who painted that? Picture the last live theatre performance you went to. How many women were on stage? Were any in a lead role? What about music? Go back in time to when you were little and just started to fall in love with music. Were there women artists who inspired you?

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Chelsea O'Connell

by Maureen Mugerwa


Years ago, someone told Chelsea O’Connell that fashion could not be done in Saskatchewan. Instead of giving up, she used it as motivation.


O’Connell is now co-creator and director of Saskatchewan Fashion Week & co-owner of three clothing stores in Regina: Coda Clothing and Shoes, Cade Style Lounge and  Apartment 3B, a sneaker shop.

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Neil Young

by Braden Dupuis


It was 1954.


The United States was gearing up for war in Vietnam, the paranoia of McCarthyism was in full swing and, somewhere in Chicago, an eight-year-old Alison Hayford was settling in to watch folk-singer Pete Seeger play a concert in her living room.


"He was considered to be a communist, and it was a time when people were really afraid of communism," Hayford, a retired University of Regina professor, recalled.


Hayford was too young to fully understand the political implications of Seeger's music, or the dangers of hosting one of his concerts in your living room, but she did know one thing.


"I was afraid of McCarthy," she laughed. "I knew McCarthy was a really bad person."


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