KAMLOOPS — I am fully willing to admit when I screwed up, and here is a pretty obvious example. I had no inkling that Donald Trump could win the presidency.
KAMLOOPS — Was it any coincidence that it started raining as Donald Trump was sworn into office as the 45th president of the United States today?
KAMLOOPS — In this week’s column (January 17, 2017), I mistakenly described BC Hydro’s eDrive rate as being dissimilar from their Industrial rate.
KAMLOOPS — Can Kevin O’Leary save the Conservative party, vanquish Justin Trudeau and make Canada great again?
KAMLOOPS — Canada is 150 years old this year. Since I’m one-half that age, Canada must be a young country. Or I’m old. It must be the former.
KAMLOOPS — You need a compass, a calculator and a good road map to figure out where the Ajax environmental review is going, and when it’s going to get there…. And Kamloops City council needs to figure it out fast.
KAMLOOPS — Kamloops-North Thompson Liberal candidate Peter Milobar was quick to take advantage of a perceived gaffe by NDP leader John Horgan last week.
KAMLOOPS — In a recent column on the provincial government’s not so transparent tax system, there was a comment from a reader that drew my attention. He asked, “Who is listening? Do people really care?”