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- Why ‘Renewal’ for the BCNDP really means nothing: The story behind the BC NDP Convention no one wants to talk about.
- This week’s column for 24Hrs Vancouver: Changing the rules doesn’t make LNG ‘clean’ energy
- Silence is the ultimate weapon of power. -Charles de Gaulle
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- This weeks column for 24Hrs Vancouver: “Protecting farmland ensures locals can produce their own food”
- BC government dim sum bonds a success in Hong Kong, but give indigestion to many here in British Columbia
- The only thing you need to know about Justin Trudeau ~ your amuse bouche before this mornings ‘big breakfast’ post coming shortly
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This week, Kathryn and I didn’t so much duel, as we did bring light to a big issue in British Columbia that has yet to make an appearance in any campaign to date. The question this week is: What should … Continue reading
I absolutely had to pick my chin off of my desk this morning when I read Jonathon Fowlie’s feature on the premier. In particular, the portion where her son ( I do hate bringing anyone’s child into politics,but damn it, … Continue reading
Some people will go their entire lives without finding a four- leaf clover, regardless of the effort spent trying to look. Legend has it that finding one, especially accidentally, will bring good luck to the finder. The legend also says … Continue reading
There is something wonderful about waking up so early in the morning that the sun has not yet risen. How privileged I feel to sit on the comfy leather chair by the window, coffee in hand and watch the glow … Continue reading
“When you have decided what you believe, what you feel must be done, have the courage to stand alone and be counted.”
more about ““When you have decided what you belie…“, posted with vodpod I’ve thought a lot about what I wanted to say to everyone on the day of one of the most important elections … Continue reading
Earlier this year, on March 13th, I blogged about a shooting that had occurred in broad daylight, in a residential cul-de-sac where children play freely. Some men were arguing in front of one of the homes. The verbal disagreement became … Continue reading
Salvation Army in process to acquire the old Surrey Public Market property at King George and 64th avenue
Brian Venables, Major and Divisional Secretary for Public Relations & Development with the Salvation Army, confirmed to me in an email yesterday afternoon, that they are ” currently engaged in a transaction that, if successful, will mean the subject property … Continue reading
A quick blog of note for you this morning. As most of you know, I’m up very early everyday, getting my work done while the little ones are sleeping. Yesterday morning, I received a call from a client on my … Continue reading
See the full story on the CBC site: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2009/03/23/bc-burnaby-prison-rezoning.html Thanks to a frequent reader who submitted this today with a link for my Burnaby readers to show their support of the effort to stop the planned prison in Burnaby: http://www.noburnabyprison.ca/whatCanYouDo.html … Continue reading
Another shootout last night, this one far too close for comfort. Can anyone give me an assurance that my children will not be killed by a stray bullet through the wall of my house? http://bc.rcmp.ca/ViewPage.action?siteNodeId=50&contentId=8308&index=1&languageId=1 Surrey – Shots Fired in … Continue reading