A quick post this morning, thanks to some interesting questions a reader sent on as part of an Angus Reid polling questionnaire currently out. In my opinion, most questions were push polling and several forced answers. But the Site C questions had my full attention… Take a look at some of the questions raising eyebrowsContinue reading Polling questions offer glimpse into BC Election 2017 issues..and raise eyebrows on future of Site C
New Site C photos show continued mitigation efforts on slide prone north slope construction
Finally back to the blog and I apologize for the absence but there is only so much time before winter and I have so much work that must be done outside the new place before fall unleashes its first storms of the season, in addition to my regular work. Which makes me wonder if theContinue reading New Site C photos show continued mitigation efforts on slide prone north slope construction
This weeks column for 24Hrs Vancouver: Find the party that is accountable for its actions.
This week’s topic: What is the most important factor voters should consider at the polls? When Kathryn’s submission arrived in my email, it was clear that while we come from different positions on the political spectrum, she felt the same responsibility as I did. I was impressed with her thoughtful commentary. It’s both a privilegeContinue reading This weeks column for 24Hrs Vancouver: Find the party that is accountable for its actions.
One of the best graphic images: The Election Web ( would the person who created this contact me for due credit?)
I started getting hits from this link today, and would love to both share it with all of you: http://www.thewebworks.bc.ca/bcpoli/htmlwebs/the_election_web_v1.0.htm I would really love to hear from whoever created this amazing web that tells a story so much better than even my 100+ Reasons the BC Liberals need to Go. It’s quite stunning! email me orContinue reading One of the best graphic images: The Election Web ( would the person who created this contact me for due credit?)