May 22, 2015


By Bill Redekop

Columnists

Fresh pot of Texas tea for Manitoba

Oilfields springing up in places where they haven't been before

Jake Sanheim stands in front of one of the 17 new oil wells on his farm in the Manson Field, north of the Trans-Canada Highway.

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Jake Sanheim stands in front of one of the 17 new oil wells on his farm in the Manson Field, north of the Trans-Canada Highway. Photo Store

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