KAMLOOPS — The city’s by-election is two and a half months away and I’ve got my fingers crossed that we won’t again be given Winnie The Pooh’s, Eeyore version of municipal politics.
KAMLOOPS — There’s now no question that the City of Kamloops is officially opposed to Ajax. Had the vote been held three weeks ago, it would have been 6-1 against the mine.
KAMLOOPS — Here’s what the letter from Kamloops City council on Ajax SHOULD say: July 17, 2017 Tracy James, Project Assessment Manager, BC Environmental Assessment Office
It’s a smoky morning in Kamloops and about to get smokier still, judging by the large plume riding down the North Thompson. I took the dog out for a walk but we’re both slowing down our usual pace on days like today.
Kamloops City council has a big decision to make Monday, and it’s not as cut and dried as it seems.
KAMLOOPS — Last year, when Fort McMurray was on fire, I said there was no more divisive city in Canada. There hasn't been for decades now.
Where’s the Martin Mars? That’s a question that’s been all over social media during the past week since the big outbreak of wildfires that resulted in a provincial state of emergency being declared.
KAMLOOPS — The male ego is attached to being the chief breadwinner. It’s a fictitious remnant of the caveman’s role as hunter and provider.