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Unpacking the realities of addiction
“The simplest way to correct A SLICE is to understand how to swing in balance from start to finish.”
Provincial politicians back then, as the plaque puts it, dangled promises of a highway.
“This year salmon fishing has been pretty good, with the average size spring around 20-25 lbs.”
Adrian Dix battles to maintain Cuba-style medical monopoly
This is a great painting season for me; the long, summer sunsets drawing me like a moth to a flame.
Port McNeill in Focus: Do we want a community with no growth? Is that what we elected this current mayor and council for?
“The 2014 economic development plan continues to be window dressing.”
Foresters, engineers may not be trusted to act ethically
The District imposed a tax structure placing a $2,908 property tax burden on homeowners.
I wrote this in honour of a coach who literally taught me about what it means to be a man.
Another government monopoly, what could go wrong?
Small changes can make a big difference
Not all paintings flow as successfully as this one but you can attribute it to the locale.
Maybe Port Hardy council should pass a bylaw prohibiting Q&A’s at the end of council meetings?
One-armed reporter takes up boxing
Summerland Mayor Peter Waterman calls statements Trump disturbing
NDP rejects useful tax advice because it’s not popular
Kervin’s Corner: Eye sore or tourist attraction? District of Port Hardy to display windmill blade anyway
Do you like the idea of putting up the windmill blade on display in Port Hardy?
“Painting in such an environment, a place that makes your heart race while it soothes your soul.”
Rotary is clearly a powerful entity, and it’s interesting to see how they interact with council.