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Please leave our recreation trails alone, we do not want them logged
It would have been enough work for any hydro crew just to deal with a few houses on one street
Since I moved to Victoria from Alberta a year ago, I have enjoyed wonderful weather, great people and some of the best walking/biking trails around. It is so nice to be able to bike and walk the entire year without the presence of snow. I commonly walk along the Lochside Trail from near Mount Doug right into the downtown area. The trail is nicely divided into north and south-flowing sections.
Writer wants to see 28 acres added to Okanagan Provincial Park
Negative-option billing is still legal for governments
"Yes sir, no sir, what can I do for you sir?"
"It seems strange then that the city should spend $11.9 million of our money..."
Recently, Gillette changed their logo and put out a two-minute ad, all about "the best a man can be."
Kelowna - "Fifty three per cent of homeless individuals live with a brain injury..."
Method helped government hype but depleted needed money in the corporations
Kelowna - "Refine it where you mine it might well break the impasse between Alberta and B.C."
At no time was that quite so apparent as during the massive windstorm on Dec. 20.
West Kelowna - "What will happen in B.C. before and after the next B.C. election?"
We no longer repair anything. If it stops working we throw it away.
"Brilliant scholar" and engineering graduate of Cornell University, was said to be no one's fool.
Libraries are so much more than lenders of books. They bring members of a community together to sing songs with their babies, brainstorm ideas for new businesses, learn new languages and become more technologically savvy.
The movement of wood products throughout B.C. and beyond has been changing over the decades and will likely continue with industries attempting to get the many products to the right manufacturing center and most profitable markets.