Monthly Archives: July 2016

Apples and Cherries and Oil Spills

Originally published as a column on July 29, 2016 in NewsKamloops.  Up the street from where we live there is an apple tree loaded with apples to the point of having its branches snap under the weight. Plenty more are scattered on the grass. There is no one to ask about whether we could pick… Read More »

What Does It Take To Keep A Promise?

Originally published as a column on Friday July 22, 2016 in NewsKamloops.  Few things are more disappointing than not keeping a promise. More so when the promise has to do with people who died under circumstances that ought to be investigated so justice can be served. More so when the people who died are all… Read More »

The Things That Should Never Happen

Today’s column in NewsKamloops, published here.  It’s been a week full of news stories, some more terrible than others. Though last weekend had me decided to write about the five conditions city councilor Denis Walsh proposed for the Ajax mine project, I will leave it on the back burner for now. The week debuted with… Read More »