As many readers know, I grew up in a rural area just north of Prince George and enjoyed a childhood that I look back on with fond memories now, as an adult living on the coast. It’s because of that rural upbringing, that I have often feel like I have a unique perspective to bringContinue reading Left, Right and the space in between: Conquering the Great Divide in politics.
Hong Kong democracy protests. Municipal elections. Kinder Morgan. Enbridge. Fracking. Beluga whales. You know what Google is, so use it. Word.
I tweeted out some stark reminders of Surrey’s last election today: Population of Surrey: approx. 472,000, estimated to grow by about a 1000 every month Number of registered voters : 279,051 as per the last election in 2011 Number of ballots cast: 70,253 Number of years all residents had to live with the future dictatedContinue reading Houston, we have a problem: hardly anyone votes in Surrey
Well my friends, you know by now how it works, right? Governments of every level, will release ‘bad’ news stories they don’t want the public to pay attention to on a Friday night, or in the middle of a massive news distraction( like floods in Alberta and BC), or even better, on the cusp ofContinue reading Just in case you missed the ‘Friday Night Bad Government News’ release…