Faithfully yours - How much is enough?

Neil Strohschein

The Neepawa Banner

As promised in their campaign, Manitoba’s government has introduced legislation that limits pay increases for government employees. This is one element in an overall plan to reduce the rate of increase in the provincial governments annual expenditures. The other is to look for efficiencies in the system—something that, in my view, may be much more difficult to achieve.

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Observations - May 14/2017

Addy Oberlin

The Neepawa Banner

This weekend we celebrate a day where our mothers are shown they have a very special place in our life.

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Faithfully Yours - Traits that must be reborn

Neil Strohschein

The Neepawa Banner

In 1992, Canadian author (and self-confessed freethinker) William Gairdner released the first edition of his book “The War Against the Family.” It was updated in 2007, but the central theme remained the same. In his book, Gairdner argues that to establish absolute control over society, governments must first undermine and ultimately destroy every institution that they perceive to be a threat. Their primary target, according to Gairdner’s book, is the family.

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Faithfully Yours - Recipe for recovery - Honesty

By Neil Strohschein

The Neepawa Banner

In my lifetime, I have been fortunate to meet professionals who, when asked to do so, have been brutally honest—telling me things I needed to hear.

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Faithfully yours - Generational Blindness

By Neil Strohschein

The Neepawa Banner

We have a serious problem in our society. I call it Generational Blindness. It has been with us since the beginning of time. Symptoms of this problem can be seen in all genders, all age groups and all social and economic classes. No place on earth is immune from this problem.

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