“Comment,” Ensign, May 2002, 112


    Not Treeless

    The article “Saints in Saskatchewan, Canada” (Feb. 2002) contains some misinformation. Saskatchewan is not a treeless province. The central and southern part of the province is prairie, but one only has to visit the Cypress Hills in the southwest of the province or go north to the boreal forest to see that some of the province is covered with trees.

    John Benson
    Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

    Inside Cover Art

    I am just writing to express my appreciation for the beautiful artwork used each month on the inside front and back covers of the Ensign. I have particularly enjoyed the landscape scenes of the historical sites in the British Isles and the poignant portraits of Joseph and Emma Smith. These pictures on the inside covers are always delightful and in good taste.

    Elizabeth Clark
    Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England