Nothing comes free these days. I suppose in reality nothing ever came without a price of some sort. But last week’s Supreme Court of Canada decision to give B.C.
A LAUNDROMAT on Seymour Street was visited many years ago — maybe 25 or so — by a man who could have been anyone with some dirty socks and underwear that needed washing.
IT WAS EXACTLY on Nov. 1 that some of the neighbourhood pumpkins showed a last candle-less unglamorous grin before they were replaced with Christmas light garlands.
NO ONE WANTS a sex offender living in their neighbourhood because they are a menace to society. The assumption is that they are incurable; that their impulses are so strong that they are certain to reoffend.
WHAT WOULD happen if Canada’s and therefore B.C.’s natural resources were no longer as strongly valued or even needed by the rest of the world?
I’M IN. I’m on the list. And I have absolutely no hope my name will be drawn any time soon in the get-a-doctor lottery.
THE BC LIBERALS claim in a fact sheet that spending on education is at record levels. A reality check shows otherwise. Sure, spending is up if you consider only dollar amounts.
“WHY CAN’T we all just be friends”, was once a favourite phrase and the go-to conflict resolution strategy of a family friend. Over time though, she came to realize and appreciate the value and need for leadership.