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A week ago Sunday, I was flicking through the television channels when I spotted curling...
According to media reports, it cost something like $6,000 to clean up a mercury spill...
Like my garage, the Canadian Senate is in dire need of a thorough cleansing...
The Similkameen River provides one of the most spectacularly scenic drives in Canada, if not North America...
I’m not certain age brings wisdom so much as the realization that the body is no longer up to spending a weekend in a sodden tent...
Like it or not, since Canada’s economy is based on resource extraction and sale, our oil and gas, coal and forest products must go to market
The recent media frenzy over a hockey player killing a grizzly bear for trophy purposes, needs to be put somewhat into perspective.
Last summer I raised the issue of regulations being considered that would result in the metering of private water wells.
On these long hot summer days, most of my free time is spent in the ‘garden’ keeping up, or catching up, with the yard work...
The advent of email, Facebook and all the other electronic means of sharing information have been a boon to the urban myth, or legend.
Last Thursday afternoon I took a leisurely drive across Sumas Prairie. Travel by tractor is quite illuminating
The propeller on their Beaver floatplane had just fallen off, high above the Sunshine Coast last week...
Arriving early to pick up a foot passenger departing an Island ferry, I was fascinated by the number of people who walk on and off.
It was a weekend of opportunities lost, and opportunities won.
You would think that someone might have mentioned the impending road rebuild, and saved the cost of line-painting.
I don’t think there is major concern for flooding down here, but with all that mountain snow remaining I’d not throw caution to the wind.
Standing in the buffet line at the Rancho Friday night, I had to smile at the conversations among the other guests...
There was a time in our past that the denizens of Abbotsford would revel in the fact that our town was mentioned in the Vancouver media.
Apparently, during Earth Hour Saturday, BCers “saved” 136 megawatts of electricity. So what I want to know is, where are we saving it?
Despite the low 50 km speed limit along Zero Avenue, it took only slightly more than an hour to reach the toll booths at Tsawwassen.