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First, welcome back Wayne Thiessen, the city’s CAO from 1993-2003. Alberto DeFeo was here 2003-2009.
We have new gender-neutral words for our national anthem just in time for Canada Day.
When the mainstream media gets obsessed with a news item, we’re blasted with it over and over (celebrity deaths, fires, Orlando massacre).
The British Columbians who are criticized for saying “no to everything” have good company.
Last year the provincial government ordered school districts to cut administrative expenses by $54 million.
School District 27 trustees are taking a look at their electoral boundaries.
Oops. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau slipped off his pedestal last week. He forgot the hugs.
Stories that didn’t make the headlines this past week.
We are moving into uncharted territory with frightening speed - Michel Jarraud, secretary general of the World Meteorological Organization.
Media pundits aren’t talking much about a recent study suggesting that a mind boggling $21 trillion in assets have been lost.
A public meeting tomorrow night (Gibraltar Room, 7 p.m.) will discuss Atlantic Power’s proposal to burn railway ties at the local plant.
Figure skating is my favourite sport to watch on TV but one trend I don’t care for.
Many people feel an injustice was done with the “not guilty” decision at the Jian Ghomeshi trial.
This community currently faces a number of issues.
St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow. My mother was born in County Cork, Ireland and was pushy about her heritage.
The never-ending U.S. pre-election “news” in the Canadian mainstream media is giving me the pip.
When my grandchildren were small, I made a deal with some of them that when I was old, they would take me around and about in a wheelbarrow.
There is so much yapping about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau not keeping his promises, blah blah blah.
It took 100 years, but physicists announced last week they’ve observed “ripples in the fabric of space time.
Some Williams Lakers, including local politicians, see no problem with Atlantic Power’s proposal to burn railroad ties.