He was one of the good guys. John Dormer passed away this weekend at the age of 72. My association with John started when he was a representative for the then- B.C. Tel.
I was out and about one morning this week when I felt a need for caffeine. Not a lot of caffeine, just enough to say hello to the day. Pulled into the drive thru.
KAMLOOPS — It's hard to recall a political movement that has come complete with its own rewrite of the English dictionary.
Some people are concerned about the fact B.C. Liberal candidates Peter Milobar and Tod Stone haven’t accepted invitations to attend certain forums.
I can remember the last time I drove across the Golden Ears Bridge. It was a couple of years ago. It was actually the first and only time.
KAMLOOPS — Am I the only one not surprised that the opioid crisis has worsened? Despite the widespread distribution of naloxone kits to save lives from fentanyl overdose.
KAMLOOPS — Fellow columnist Doug Collins wrote this week that he doesn’t think much of political attack ads. That’s one man’s opinion, and many would agree, but I’m here to suggest it’s not the majority view.
KAMLOOPS — Here’s an open letter to B.C.’s political leaders, now that the writ is being dropped today for the May 9th provincial election. Dear Political Leaders:
KAMLOOPS — Quite often, after writing a column about the foibles of a particular political party (more often than not the BC Liberals simply because they provide a wealth of column-worthy material) I see a comment that goes something lik