Five years ago when my family and I relocated to Kamloops someone told me that unless you’ve been here a couple of decades or longer, you’re just not ‘Kamloopsian’ enough.
KAMLOOPS — The radio host Paul Harvey used to have a feature called "This day's news of most lasting significance."
KAMLOOPS — I get an e-flyer regularly called Trends Journal. This small piece was one of several items offered in the first publication of the new year. It speaks volumes. It is reprinted by permission.
KAMLOOPS — Things are about to get interesting again on the Ajax front.
KAMLOOPS — Bucket lists have a grim quality about them. Once they’re completed, what else is there to live for? They nag at you. Even if life gets in the way of completion, they sit impatiently to be done.
Most of the attention on yesterday’s federal cabinet shuffle has been on the exit of Stéphane Dion and John McCallum and the rise of Chrystia Freeland.
KAMLOOPS — For those who follow this column on a regular basis, you probably know that January is a traditional springboard for my semi-annual, ”Who You Trying To Fool?” fees and taxes blog.
KAMLOOPS — There are rumours the Liberal government is going to give serious consideration to implementing its campaign promise to extend parental leave from 12 to 18 months when children are born.