Its 6 am in the morning and after grabbing a coffee, I’m sitting back in bed with my laptop propped on a pillow on my lap. It’s been 6 months since my kids went to school and looking back, opting not to send them in June at half capacity seems suddenly silly considering we areContinue reading Reflections on Covid, the BCED back to school plan… and why we have to get it right.
Playing with the Dragon III : Why the LPC’s historical alliance with China is one to watch amid current disputes
Everything Old Is New Again It was back in 2012 when I first started following Canada-China relations, prompted by then CSIS director RIchard Faddens comments that CSIS was investigating foreign influence on Canadian politicians. The research I did lead to this post, which gives insight based on research and reports relevant to current events:Continue reading Playing with the Dragon III : Why the LPC’s historical alliance with China is one to watch amid current disputes
BC Election 2017 wrap-up : Just Vote please. Just damn well vote.
With the election upon us tomorrow, I think it’s safe to say that when it comes to BC politics, I am still a hopeful cynic. Hopeful because I know change is possible,even if the BC Libs retain power tomorrow. Cynical because despite that, I also know that a lot lof what goes on in BCContinue reading BC Election 2017 wrap-up : Just Vote please. Just damn well vote.
BC Election 2017: Promises, lies & integrity.Which will matter to BC Voters?
After a gorgeous weekend gardening with the Snowbirds and the CF-18 practicing overhead, the rain has returned and politics is once again on the agenda for both politicians and die-hard poli-watchers alike. While the official writ drop announcing the election just happened last week, the BC Liberals had already been campaigning for a month, courtesyContinue reading BC Election 2017: Promises, lies & integrity.Which will matter to BC Voters?