Privacy is hard to come by these days. The world has become a place without filters, where the best and the worst in us have full range of expression, and where lives can be celebrated or tarnished in an instant.
KAMLOOPS — For many of us, the death of Ryan Pinneo in January of 2016 was the first indication something was different. The young Kamloops man had died of a fentanyl overdose.
KAMLOOPS — Canadians opened their hearts and homes to Syrian refugees last year. It was a warm humanitarian gesture as well as an economic imperative: Canada relies on immigrants to sustain our work force.
KAMLOOPS — As long as we’re going to be subjected to the proportional representation version of the old Groundhog Day movie, we’d better find a formula for approval that’s fair to both sides — and I think I have one.
KAMLOOPS — The public comment period — the latest and last public comment period — on Ajax quietly came to an end at midnight last night.
KAMLOOPS — Canadian journalism has lost one of its best.
KAMLOOPS — One of the simplest and profound joys of every day is stepping outside in early morning to hike with my dog.
KAMLOOPS — This Thanksgiving weekend, I am thankful for much. I have been blessed with many good things. Good friends, a great family, great parents, and a pretty good life.