Ron Baker

Ron Baker
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Ron Baker is a recently retired (2005) member of the Kindersley community. His roots run deep – his grandfather homesteaded just outside Kindersley in the early 1900's. Ron was born in the old Kindersley Hospital, has made his home in various other communities over the years, but keeps coming back. Committed to the community, Ron has found his local involvement has proved to be great fodder for some hilarious tales and tragic events. His experience in administration and working with people, along with his love for a good story, ought to help to bring daily life to life! Ron blogs at ronbaker.ca, and is pleased to be a part of the writing “crew” at Kindersley Social.

Climate Change – A Forecaster’s Perspective

My eight year old brain was hard at work. In my backyard, I had stared into the sky for some time. I began to do...

On Walking Across the Street

Yes, we are moving! Across the Street. The adventure began a year and a half ago. OK, more like three years ago. We moved to our present...

Birthday Parties

This past month was my mother’s birthday. She turned 87. In a memory-deficient care home, she is happy, hums all the time and is cared...

Dirt, Rubber, Noise And Fire

When the noise erupts, the earmuffs protect. When the dirt flies, the scene becomes clouded. When the race finishes, the winner emerges. Our Saturday...

Working Together Without Killing Each Other!

We live in a day and age when two supposedly different approaches to solving the world’s problems are front and center. While accepting that simplicity...

The Mosaic Trio Masters Music

Sunday, June 6th at the Kindersley Alliance Church three ladies opened the treasure of music to the around 80-100 who attended. Imagine a cellist, a...

Modern Day Colonialism??

There is a new ambassador for Canada – for Women, Peace and Security. The cynic in me says that this is a way to satisfy...

Rural & Small Churches Fight for Survival

St. Mary’s Anglican Church in Kindersley will suspend services June 24th, 2019. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Trenton, Ontario, with a congregation of around 50,...

Independant Partisan

Canadian politics has a new phrase: Independent Partisan. Wilson-Raybould and Philpott portrayed this word. In their Monday, May 27th announcements to run for office in...

Newspapers are Dying…

Kindersley currently has three regular general print publications available. The Kinderlsey Clarion is mostly a local “news”-paper – since 1910. The Weekly Bean is known for...
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