- @MR1_ @delford @NewtonResidents Nina did not attend the spring forum of the NCA, didn't even respond. 8 hours ago
- ” Been to Hell” ~Alexandra Morton on Mount Polley visit
- German Television claims to have leaked CETA document
- Newton residents left in the dark over proposed community court in Surrey with no response from Attorney General Susan Anton
- Did the BC government fail in its duty to release important information-without an FOI-that contained any evidence of : “…a risk of significant harm to the environment or to the health or safety of the public or a group of people”.
- “You’re only given a little spark of madness. You musn’t lose it.” ~ Robin Williams.
- This weeks column for 24Hrs Vancouver: Little leadership in mining disaster
- One tough question for the BC Government
- Imperial Metals president Bryan Kynoch says he would drink the tailings pond water….
What people are saying
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- Surrey ranks in the Top 10 Most Dangerous cities in Canada - so why not add slot machines to one of the poorest neighbourhoods?
- First steps to permanent slots approved by Surrey council Monday evening. **update at the bottom of this post
- 100 + reasons the BC Liberals must go.
- Want to know how much it costs to build a road,bridge or overpass?
- " Been to Hell" ~Alexandra Morton on Mount Polley visit
- (updated ) How Christy Clark set the standard for vulgar questions and innuendo - a rebuttal to David Obee, Editor in Chief of the Times Colonist.
- Time for Minister Rich Coleman to step down - calls to Surrey Councillors absolute political interference in process.
- Did the BC government fail in its duty to release important information-without an FOI-that contained any evidence of : "…a risk of significant harm to the environment or to the health or safety of the public or a group of people”.
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Tag Archives: parenting
If you could all see me trying to work at home sometimes, the fantasy some people have of being a writer would be shattered completely. Sure, there are moments of proud glory, but for the most part it’s just like any … Continue reading
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Standing in the back of the store in a row with all the other mothers, I waited patiently for my daughters reaction, unseen as she was behind the doors of the change room. ” Nope. Not happening, Mom.” I slowly … Continue reading
The one thing I love most about raising my children, is the wonder they impart to my rather ordinary life. All of them – from my baby, to my soon- to- be- in- college daughter, and my two middle sons- possess … Continue reading
” Bye Mom- love you! ” , she said as she walked out the door to go to school. I stood by the window holding my 7 month old son, and we both watched her walk away down the street. I’ve … Continue reading
My daughter is ill with pneumonia. She has been home for nearly two weeks, and is popping some very expensive and modern antibiotics that appear to be working, albeit slowly. Yesterday was report card/parent teacher conference day at her high-school, as well … Continue reading
Gorgeous time of the year, my friends, simply gorgeous. Too bad all those election signs are detracting from the view. Nothing against advertising, but really, does a candidate need 4 signs on 1 corner? Really, they are 10 feet tall … Continue reading
Or, at least that’s what I keep trying to tell myself, STILL – 2 and a half hours later. This morning as I was sitting at my desk, fate played me a hand that( looking back now), I should have anticipated – but … Continue reading