KAMLOOPS — This morning, as you read my column, I am at the Kelowna Cancer Clinic and blissfully unaware of everything, as my radiation oncologist launches her nuclear attack on my prostate cancer.
KAMLOOPS – Now that all hope of saving the Kamloops Daily News building is lost — the contract has been awarded to demolish it and put up a parking lot — we’re supposed to rest assured that City Hall is already thinking hard about what t
KAMLOOPS — It’s hard to believe Americans can jump for joy on this 4th of July, given the turmoil the country is going through, largely because of the constant silliness and poor judgment of its’ President.
It’s the day after fireworks and music and food trucks, the day when small glittery plastic maple leaves lie forgotten in the grass where yesterday’s crowds gathered to celebrate Canada Day.
KAMLOOPS — Yesterday, we celebrated our country’s 150th birthday. The usual kudos to our great country, lots of fun and frivolity, and, yes, a little controversy too as some of the still-raw sores continue to fester.
KAMLOOPS — Canada, you’re not everything I’d like you to be. You’re flawed.
KAMLOOPS — As of today, Peter Milobar is officially no longer the mayor of Kamloops.
KAMLOOPS – A new malady has swept through British Columbia — it’s called Post-Election Stress Disorder. Those afflicted with it, which includes pretty much everybody, suffer from exhaustion and a general state of confusion.
KAMLOOPS — In the media, we sometimes speak before we know of what we speak.