KAMLOOPS — Saturday was a cold, wet, and slightly dreary day, though rain was such precious commodity during the summer that I cannot get myself to dislike it, no matter how much I miss the sun.
KAMLOOPS — Candidates for the leadership of the BC Liberal party held their first debate Sunday afternoon, competing to see who could apologize the most for losing this year’s election.
Privacy is hard to come by these days. The world has become a place without filters, where the best and the worst in us have full range of expression, and where lives can be celebrated or tarnished in an instant.
KAMLOOPS — For many of us, the death of Ryan Pinneo in January of 2016 was the first indication something was different. The young Kamloops man had died of a fentanyl overdose.
KAMLOOPS — Canadians opened their hearts and homes to Syrian refugees last year. It was a warm humanitarian gesture as well as an economic imperative: Canada relies on immigrants to sustain our work force.
KAMLOOPS — As long as we’re going to be subjected to the proportional representation version of the old Groundhog Day movie, we’d better find a formula for approval that’s fair to both sides — and I think I have one.
KAMLOOPS — The public comment period — the latest and last public comment period — on Ajax quietly came to an end at midnight last night.
KAMLOOPS — Canadian journalism has lost one of its best.