There is an interesting realization that sneaks up on you once you spend enough time in nature to be humbled by it: that you know squat about it, other than the very basics, if that, unless you dedicate time to learn about it.
Let me make sure I understand. After years of deliberation, the best our City planners can come up with for the old Kamloops Daily News building is to tear it down and put up a parking lot?
The saga of the Kamloops Daily News building isn’t City Hall’s finest hour.
KAMLOOPS — The three main political party leaders were feisty this week as they engaged in their first big debate.
The first leaders’ debate was a doozy — full of both entertainment and information. As always, there’s the question of who won. The answer is Christy Clark, with John Horgan second and Andrew Weaver bringing up the rear.
KAMLOOPS — Premier Clark’s plan for job growth in B.C.’s Interior is a failure. Her plan to extract liquefied natural gas from the Interior evaporated.
KAMLOOPS — Why is it that B.C. politicians think they have to keep promising to change the electoral system in this province?
KAMLOOPS — We all know flying economy isn’t a bed of roses at the best of times. Seats designed for short, skinny people, cramming carry-ons into the overheads, some lout beside you snoring, babies wailing.
KAMLOOPS — Suppose, just for a moment, that BC decided to hire and pay a salary to doctors willing to locate to communities outside of the Lower Mainland. For sake of argument, let’s say we committed to pay 200 doctors, $150,000 a year t