KAMLOOPS — I used to have difficulty with the term “peeling the onion”. Maybe because my eyes tear up when I think about it. But it’s a very apropos saying when it comes to issues that have so many layers.
KAMLOOPS — It’s enough to tickle the fancy of any political junky, the prospect of Kevin Krueger directing traffic in City Hall, sitting up there in the mayor’s chair presiding over council meetings.
KAMLOOPS — They should have called it the Suppression of Freedom of the Press Act. Instead, the Harper Government called it the Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act. It was supposed to prevent cyberbullying.
KAMLOOPS — I’ve never heard so many excuses for not taking a stand on something as came out of the mouths of several Kamloops City councillors Tuesday afternoon. But on the bright side, they finally had a debate about Ajax.
► Editor's Note: Mayor Peter Milobar took exception to this column, and commented during the Nov.
The title of this column looks almost like the title of a book. But there’s no question we now have “The Milobar Factor” in play as we lead up to next May’s provincial election.
KAMLOOPS — Exactly four days ago my family and I moved from one area of Kamloops to another.