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In one month from now the presents will have been opened and Santa will have gone back to the North Pole for a little rest.
The world’s sympathy goes out to those who were slaughtered in the Paris massacre.
The weather has been pretty decent considering it is the middle of November.
The 2015 Poppy Campaign is now underway across Canada and soon you will see people wearing these blood-red symbols of sacrifice.
The Canadian election surprised many people when Justin Trudeau captured so many seats across the country.
I like the warm fall weather we are now enjoying. I just picked a nice big fat strawberry from my garden.
If you are running for public office or are a top political backroom person it may be a good idea to check back on your previous comments.
There is currently a debate whether we are in a recession in Canada.
It appears as though all of the candidates for the Federal riding of Cariboo-Prince George have put their names forward.
This is one of my favourite times of the year for the wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables that are produced locally or in B.C.
So, who do you think is going to win the right to represent Canadians in parliament this October?
Will the new proposed Chilcotin Tribal park create employment?
I always enjoy fishing with other people to watch their face and hear what they first say when a fish gobbles their hook.
A nice campfire meal along with plenty of fresh air and some relaxation is a great way to enjoy what Mother Nature has provided for us.
The Williams Lake Stampede got underway last week with the crowning of Cheleigh Sand as this year’s Williams Lake Stampede Queen.
Thirteen per cent of Canadian Fathers live in B.C. and in this country there are about nine million dads.
Blueberries, blueberries and more of those blue tasty morsels of fruit.
It’s early June and I love cooking at this time of the year, because I can do so much of it outdoors.
Hagensborg Waterworks District faces significant capital investment with its water purification system nearing end of a pilot project.
Wounded Warriors are coming to Williams Lake in September.