2010 Ministry of Transportation report showed Coquihalla section already vulnerable to high rainfall, Pineapple Express identified as” significant risk” to infrastucture…

Furthermore, Weather Network Meteorologist Tyler Hamilton identified this exact worst case scenario for flash floods and slides, the morning of November 14th from his twitter account. He had already forecast abnormally high rainfall, warned again that the atmospheric river would stall and funnel into the Fraser Valley and said he didn’t know how BC wouldContinue reading 2010 Ministry of Transportation report showed Coquihalla section already vulnerable to high rainfall, Pineapple Express identified as” significant risk” to infrastucture…

BC Disaster shows we aren’t all ‘in it together’, we aren’t ready & we can’t rely on governments to save us: Why you need to assess your own emergency preparedness today.

Its been an unbelievable few days here in B.C., and more than anything I hope all of you who follow here are safe and dry. Like many,I am stunned by the photos of the damage, and saddened at the loss and destruction to peoples homes and livelihoods. It’s been a tremendously difficult 2 years forContinue reading BC Disaster shows we aren’t all ‘in it together’, we aren’t ready & we can’t rely on governments to save us: Why you need to assess your own emergency preparedness today.

“There are political penalties for overreacting, but fatal consequences for underacting. For overconfident leaders, the true enemy may not be the virus, but their own hubris…”

A timely quote from this mid-November Macleans column serves as this posts headline… the brief line is small, but speaks largely to where we are in BC right now, and where we may be headed if we aren’t careful. Ironically, Horgan was noted in this piece for winning a majority, not for the ongoing deathContinue reading “There are political penalties for overreacting, but fatal consequences for underacting. For overconfident leaders, the true enemy may not be the virus, but their own hubris…”