KAMLOOPS — Can someone please provide a clear definition of “the national interest” when it comes to pipelines?
KAMLOOPS — Twice a week I get to spend an hour sipping tea and reading while my little guy is in karate class. In a coffee shop, that is. Every time I order, I have to make sure I mention ‘for here’ and that I want a reusable cup.
HEY, if it isn’t Joe Troll. Good morning, Joe! JOE TROLL: You’re an idiot! Great day, isn’t it? JOE TROLL: That’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard. Do your $%^&^&@ research!
THE FUNDAMENTAL QUESTION of the Trans Mountain debate doesn't really have anything to do with how the pipeline expansion will impact the environment.
KAMLOOPS — Now that we’ve had a couple of days to be indignant about Coun. Donovan Cavers’ latest faux pas, let’s try to figure out what it is, exactly, we’re indignant about.
WE HAVE BECOME ENTREPRENEURS in the era of globalization.
KAMLOOPS — It might seem as though Kamloops City council is opening up public parks to the homeless and saying ‘Come on in,” but it’s got more to do with managing an issue that’s not at all easy to manage.
THE RECENT DISCUSSION on the Armchair Mayor about scrapping plans for the Singh Street Bridge raised questions about the need for a new crossing on the North Thompson River.
IT SEEMS STRANGE TO ME, with all the environmental problems we face — climate change, greenhouse gases, air pollution — we can’t figure out what to do about plastic bags.