KAMLOOPS — The four-day deadline on Site C came and went on the weekend and the sun still rises in the morning.
KAMLOOPS — My youngest was about six when he asked what a happy meal is. Someone at school had mentioned it. I said it’s a healthy meal that you eat with the people you love. Cheeky, I know.
KAMLOOPS —It hasn’t taken John Horgan long to want to grasp the reins of power in British Columbia.
KAMLOOPS — Finally, a government appears to understand something about what a young child needs when he or she goes to school. It's not just about smaller classes and adequate teaching resources.
KAMLOOPS —There was a marmot on the road one day as my son and I were driving home from town.
KAMLOOPS — The presence of so-called “fringe” candidates in municipal elections, as I’ve often said, is a re-affirmation of democracy. They prove that anyone can run for office at the local level, and be heard.
KAMLOOPS — Rumours of the death of the TPP are greatly exaggerated. After President Trump announced U.S.
KAMLOOPS — The Kamloops by-election isn’t even official yet and already it has at least one issue — besides Ajax, that is.
KAMLOOPS — So the question is- you see someone lying in the street, obviously in distress. Maybe they’re not breathing. Maybe they are unconscious. You aren’t sure what to do. Your first response is to try and help. You call 911.