KAMLOOPS — One has to be careful with the use of words, but how careful?
KAMLOOPS — My curiosity was sparked when I read that a stem cell centre was opening in Kamloops (Kamloops This Week, Marc
KAMLOOPS — Any time you drive downtown along Seymour Street you’ll pass a big, empty, very sad brick building on the corner of Fourth Avenue. It has a habit of sitting empty between engagements.
KAMLOOPS — Here’s a way to settle the question of what Mayor Peter Milobar should do if he’s elected as an MLA on May 9.
KAMLOOPS — I’ve said before I hate attack ads. The Teachers started one last week blasting the Liberals for years of what they say are longstanding cuts to B.C.’s education system. Others are blasting the NDP and running at John Horgan.
KAMLOOPS — If the provincial and federal budgets released over the past month are any indication, those on fixed or limited income have no hope of ever getting their heads above water.
KAMLOOPS — Anyone who has ever been a parent of young children will recognize how important the five-minute warning is, whenever you want your child to transition from one activity to another.