The soul of our province is as much where we have been…as where we are going.

Walking to the water's edge, we quickly kicked off our flip-flops and waded into the deliciously cool ocean water...seaweed bits of all colour swirled around our feet as we dug our toes into the sand, relishing the spa like gentle scrubbing. Looking up, I tossed my hair over one shoulder and simply took in the …

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BC Hydro: the public utility with zero public accountability

Longtime readers will know well the wisdom and warnings of Erik Anderson, retired former economist who has long been ringing the warning bell of the dire situation of BC Hydro's financials. Something is still very wrong at BC Hydro, and this matters because we all have hydro accounts. And we will all bear the brunt of Hydro's …

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The Billion dollar question with only one right answer.

I was working on some research when I first heard the decision on Site C would come by December 31st, 2017...exactly two years from the day I first started blogging about Site C in earnest. Since then a multitude of opinion editorials, articles and statements have been made by both those opposing and those in …

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“And when trying to save something from destruction, I always ask, “Man, have you no soul?” ~ Rafe Mair

It's just past 4 pm. Already the angle of the sun over the trees is so low that it shines into our backyard, brilliantly touching everything with a golden fiery glow. The gorgeous disarray of red and orange leaves dancing on the branches of the massive old Rainier Cherry tree in my backyard takes my …

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