This is a terrible tragedy for the young soldier who died after being shot at the War Memorial, for his family and friends and for our whole country.
I am afraid everything will change now and that we will likely not get “our” Canada back after this.
We do not know at this hour, who
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A previous councillor on Duncan City Council once commented, “We don’t need a planner because we are too small.” I heartily disagree. We need a planner BECAUSE we are small. It will only take a couple of badly designed buildings before we can kiss our lovely town goodbye. The human to building scale right now
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Yes, you read that correctly. Swiffer pads and wipes being flushed down the toilets of the nation have cost Canadian Taxpayers $250 million dollars.
In Duncan/North Cowichan, we have experienced two major breakdowns as a result of these non-biodegradable tissues, getting entangled in the pump machinery for a cost of over $50,000. The Joint Utilities
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Smart Meter Installation
“Meter exchanges in your community will commence in January 2012 and are scheduled to be completed by the end of May 2012,” Olynyk’s letter read. “BC Hydro customers in your community will receive a letter a few weeks prior to their meter upgrade. The letter will notify customers when their meters will
Continue reading Smart Meters. Big Brother Coming to Duncan?
I look forward to working with returning councillors Tom Duncan and Joe Thorne as well as the three new councillors, Michelle Bell, Michelle Staples and Martin Barker. I think the next three years will see a lot of changes.
Good bye to Jesse Winfrey, Ray Cadorette and Paul Fletcher, all of whom worked very hard
Continue reading And now that the election is behind us