I have been to Trumpland, and have returned safely to the bosom of my own country.
KAMLOOPS — It's interesting to see the crux of the upcoming provincial election campaign emerge even before the writ has been dropped.
KAMLOOPS — This is, if you hadn’t noticed yet, Canada’s 150th birthday. As the year moves along, we’ll all pay a lot more attention to it, and it should be a lot of fun.
KAMLOOPS — In less than two months, British Columbians will go to the polls to elect a new government. Whether it will be the incumbent Liberals or one of the other two parties remains to be seen.
It was almost tangible, the first breath of spring. Almost. Yet Friday morning arrived dressed in a white coat draped over the thick one from the day before. Still winter then. Grumbling ensued.
I must say that the idea of ride sharing is intriguing, but I honestly don’t think Uber is for me.
Term limits have never floated my boat. I’ve always been of the view that voters are capable of deciding when a politician has overstayed his or her welcome.