KAMLOOPS — There were lots of things wrong with former Premier Christy Clark’s plan to produce liquefied natural gas, but let me start with the good.
KAMLOOPS — The unfortunate withdrawal of Dr.
KAMLOOPS — I sometimes wonder if I’d have anything to write about on our local economy were it not for Ajax.
KAMLOOPS — You could call it volunteer fatigue, or maybe volunteer dropout. After a few weeks of high-energy response to the wildfire evacuations, the ranks of volunteers seem to be thinning out.
KAMLOOPS — It goes in waves. That’s the best way to describe it. One day the smoke is so thick it drowns every bit of hope and positivity you can muster.
KAMLOOPS — This is the third in a series on my experiences as the mayor of Kamloops from 1999 to 2005.
KAMLOOPS — Is the end of summer on the horizon, or the end of days? It feels more like the latter. We’ve come to commonly apply the term “Apocalypse” to wildfire season. A sense of doom hangs in the air like thick smoke.
KAMLOOPS — During times of crisis, it’s natural for our sensitivities to be heightened.