KAMLOOPS — Dealing with the homeless population is one of the toughest jobs there is. I am constantly in awe of those who work on the street with the homeless and how they deal with the most marginal people in our society.
KAMLOOPS — Every time paid parking at Royal Inland Hospital comes up, the answer from the bureaucracy and the politicians is basically — too bad, so sad, gotta be that way.
KAMLOOPS — A few years ago, when my sons were still in public school (now homeschooled), we would get a lunch program to peruse and choose from if we wanted to.
KAMLOOPS — What makes for a winning election campaign? So many things influence a campaign that there’s no guaranteed winning formula, but there are some fundamentals.
KAMLOOPS — When we’re making laws, we should think about the consequences and roots of illegal acts before we get all sanctimonious.
KAMLOOPS — The election of B.C. Liberal MLA Darryl Plecas as Speaker of the Legislature Friday was interesting on so many fronts.
KAMLOOPS — Despite the recommendations of several in the City Hall hierarchy, Council voted over two years ago to shut down the Westsyde Pool, refurbish it with a new roof, a new aquatic climbing wall that would be the envy of many pools
KAMLOOPS — When the justice system deals with someone like Allan Schoenborn, public safety must be its number one concern.
KAMLOOPS — For a man who is so media savvy, Justin Trudeau’s ham-handed handling of tax reforms is surprising.