KAMLOOPS — When my wife died, I considered online dating as way of meeting people. Hadiya Roderique’s shares her experience with online dating in The Walrus magazine (March, 2017).
Sometimes we worry too much about what’s politically ethical and what’s not. Here are a couple of examples.
KAMLOOPS — I can’t believe anyone would be surprised by the results of a new poll released yesterd
KAMLOOPS — Not too long ago, I got into a discussion with someone who was still unable to accept the concept of climate change.
KAMLOOPS — Our days are rife with politics. News, campaign bites, signs abounding. Provincial elections coming up! Wednesday night found me listening to Elizabeth May at the Double Tree Hilton hotel downtown.
KAMLOOPS — Today marks the 20th Annual Boogie the Bridge event in Kamloops. CFJC-TV has been the proud title sponsor for the past several years, since the Kamloops Daily News folded, and gave up the title sponsorship of the event.
KAMLOOPS — Maybe it’s election fatigue and I’m just feeling grouchy, but could someone clue me in on what’s so funny about calling the premier of our province “Krusty” Clark?
KAMLOOPS — It's the cruelest joke on BC citizens: the one thing our democracy needs the most to function properly is the one thing it won't get after this election, and maybe not any other.
KAMLOOPS — There’s something different about Arjun Singh these days. What’s different, of course, is that he’s the deputy mayor in the early days of Peter Milobar’s leave of absence due to the provincial election.