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.

Easter & Dictionaries

I was recently talking with a friend of mine. His first wife had passed away about the same time my first wife passed away. We...

David Anderson Speaks

Interview With MP Cypress Hills – Grasslands The Member of Parliament for Kindersley, David Anderson (MP Cypress Hills – Grasslands), is not seeking reelection in the...

How Then Shall We Live?

Daily Life, As Life Goes On Back in the 1970’s my mother-in-law, from Toronto, came out in April and “oohed and aahed” over the...

Victimhood, Intolerance & Western Seperation

There is a definite spike in the desire for Western Canadian separation from the rest of Canada. An Angus Reid poll in December showed the...

See You At the Pool

The Kindersley Pool is about to open! There’s something about water and wonder. In grade five I took the mandatory swimming lessons at the Nautatorium in...

Veterans Transition to Civilian Life

Veterans Affairs has been in the media recently. The RCMP have also seen their days of media exposure. Nestled in the midst of this swirl...

Identify Politics & the Clash of Inclusivism

There is a new term on the political landscape – identity politics. Not that the idea is new. A convoy of trucks heads to Ottawa to...

Saskatchewan Youth Choir Finale Concert Includes Two Local Youth

Saskatchewan Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for talented youth ages 15 – 22 to perform in a full orbed, auditioned choir with the...

How Grass Root Movements Grow….

In the late 1960’s a teen and twenties movement took shape in North America. Free love, flaunting authority and self- actualization – just a few...

700 Gather for West Central Saskatchewan Ag and Oil Resources Forum

West Central Saskatchewan Ag and Oil Resources Forum February 6, 2019 – 1:00 – 3:00 pm – West Central Events Center Around 700 people, braving the...
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