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At least I have a sparkly new room in which to store more junk, when it’s not being used to host birthday parties for two-year-olds.
When I read last week that the U.S. is sending its Coast Guard to investigate oil tanker traffic, I thought it a bit hypocritical.
If the life ‘goes to hell in a handbasket’ for a few days thanks to a significant tectonic shift, I’m about as prepared as can be.
Common sense, if a community meeting in my neighbourhood last week is any indication, is taking hold at city hall.
TransLink has just discovered the guiding principle upon which it is created is not only flawed, it is doomed to failure.
Thirty years ago my sons discovered the infant sport of bicycle motocross, or BMX. The Little bikes were the new sport for kids...
Searching through the sports pages of the daily newspapers these past few days revealed not one reference to “our” lingerie football team.
If there is one thing I can almost always count on, it is that no matter how productive fishing can be in any lake, they never bite.
While enjoying a beer and some BS, my friend asked if I’d had the spark plugs in my truck changed recently.
I have an aversion to washing dishes – not that I don’t like them clean, I simply find the task of scrubbing them by hand distasteful.
How often does Abbotsford have a sex show cancelled one day, and virtually the next an announcement that Lingerie Football is coming.
Touch-typing has taken on new meaning with my right index finger currently partially numb and wrapped in a bandage, causing many a miscue.
On one of the infrequent occasions that I drive the vehicle owned by the one who shares a roof with me, I asked her to turn on the GPS unit.
So Metro Vancouver mayors have collectively decided that yet again, property taxes…
Last weekend began about a month ago. Daughter, husband and baby were sitting around the patio table when talk turned to camping.
Funny how small things trigger memories. A few days ago there was a news story about the prime minister weighing in on the importance of Canada continuing to mine, refine and produce asbestos to ship around the world, despite the assumed health risks related to asbestos in any of its forms.
There are times in this writing business when it is difficult to adhere to the writ that accuracy must prevail.
The reaction I have noticed to the rotating strikes of Canada’s postal…
If you look to the east of downtown Abbotsford, the forested slopes of Sumas Mountain dominate. For most it is an area that is seen but rarely visited. It is assumed a place of woods and wildlife, where few live.
Sunday night Barak Obama certainly knocked questions of the authenticity of his birth certificate right off the radar. He also knocked the wind out of the sails of The Comb-Over and Shotgun Sarah.