KAMLOOPS — Debate in Ottawa reached a fever pitch as the week drew to a close. It's bound to do that on wedge issues, as this one is, but rarely when it comes to issues that will have no measurable impact.
KAMLOOPS — Enough already!! We already know that the city streets aren’t in ideal condition. We already know that the sidewalks in some cases are atrocious. We know that intersections are full of water.
KAMLOOPS — We have lost a great Canadian story teller but we have his stories to keep the memory of him fresh, forever.
KAMLOOPS — Medieval scientists believed that radio waves were carried through a medium they called the aether. Seems sensible. If sound waves require a medium, why not radio waves?
KAMLOOPS — Throne Speeches are always vague (governments preferring to keep the good stuff for budgets) but the one delivered Tuesday in Victoria was masterfully done — so bereft of specifics yet so clear in its key messages.
KAMLOOPS — Many questions need answering following the series of snowstorms and the resultant problems on area highways over the past week or so. In particular, we need to address the problems on the Coquihalla Highway.
KAMLOOPS — Again, a week of many happenings.
KAMLOOPS — In 2001, ICBC abandoned the idea of fixing windshield chips before they got too big and the entire windshield had to be replaced.