Monthly Archives: June 2011

Trevor Linden urges leaders to have a plan and stick with it

Apologies that the picture was out of focus. It was the best I could do without using the flash. — Former Canucks captain speaks at Leadership Sea to Sky graduation By Jesse Ferreras, Pique Newsmagazine June 22, 2011 The Vancouver … Continue reading

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The HST Referendum: your pockets, your choice

This is likely to be the last feature I ever write about HST. Its primary aim is to give people as much information as possible before making a decision on the referendum. What I hope comes out of reading this … Continue reading

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Smart meters to be installed this summer

Criminally light on posting lately, but this one deserved special mention only because it has drawn immediate reaction from some readers. I got a call today from a woman concerned about the cancer-causing effects of smart meters, a tool for … Continue reading

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Pemberton economy to be examined June 7

A storm of external factors have converged to suck Pemberton’s economy down into its vortex. Business is slow in the valley and the politicians there are meeting with the chamber of commerce to try and figure out what they can … Continue reading

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Rogers Video to close in Whistler, resort left without a video store

Very sad news for a cineaste such as myself. I’m left with no choice but to buy movies in the city, rent them from the library (not a bad option) or to just order them from the Barnes and Noble … Continue reading

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