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.
KAMLOOPS — It’s too late to decriminalize pot Decriminalization of marijuana should have happened decades ago. Now it would only add to the confusion.
KAMLOOPS — The best thing about election forums is that voters get to see and hear how well candidates think on their feet. At last night’s media-sponsored forum, the thinking came in a range of speeds.
KAMLOOPS — The recent death of a long-time Kamloops doctor in the emergency department waiting room at Royal Inl
KAMLOOPS — Jobs, jobs, jobs. It is a phrase we hear dozens of times as the provincial election kicks into high gear.
There is an interesting realization that sneaks up on you once you spend enough time in nature to be humbled by it: that you know squat about it, other than the very basics, if that, unless you dedicate time to learn about it.