I’ve got a really busy week and a half ahead and while I’ll still be watching activity on the blog,posts during this time will be sparse unless something earth-shattering comes up. However because I know many of you don’t use twitter or other forms of social media, there are a few items you should beContinue reading **Updated:Millionaires, money and political influence in BC: What you should be reading this week.
Yes, I know…. but there is only so much summer and not enough time to get it all done. And considering I generally dedicate about 10 months of the year to politics, summer is a welcome reprieve. So, as this weeks column comes out later today, here are the links to the last two! LastContinue reading Summer catch-up: Last two columns for 24Hrs Vancouver.
Forgive me for the lack of recent posts other than my columns; summer is here and there are many other things to do in the warm summer evening than sit and blog on a hot sweaty desk chair….I’ll post soon and there are several things I want to write about. For now, this was Thursday’sContinue reading Last weeks column for 24Hrs Vancouver City Hall: Take big money out of civic campaigns
Recently, I shared with you the news of my move from the Duel and why I made that decision-I’m thrilled at the overwhelming support from all of you in this new venture. Today, I’m happy to bring you my first column as the new civic affairs columnist for 24Hrs Vancouver! Every week, the column willContinue reading This weeks new column for 24Hrs Vancouver: Mayors can’t afford to ignore housing