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Consumer Culture – Now With Extended Hours!: ‘Tis truly the season to shop.  As the holidays approach our stress over gift buying increases (mine does especially come Dec. 23rd when my entire list is still needing to be checked off.).  But fear not consumer, our retail outlets have you covered. In case you haven’t noticed all of our ‘big bo...
Transition in Burnaby: Something I heard often in the last municipal election campaign was people were looking for real ways to connect with their city.  They wanted to do something non-partisan that would make a positive change in their neighbourhood, and the community at large. I have thought about this lots of late....
Its time for the rule-sy post: The days are truly flying by.  It has been 6 days since my official experiment has started, one year buying only from locally owned businesses.  To this point it has been a breeze, I have bought almost nothing (its easy when the pocketbook is limited!), so far a couple of grocery items from my pl...
Lougheed and Willingdon May 2017:
A place to eat pizza; Uncle Fatih's Pizza: This place serves me well when I get the munchies and I want something real quick.
Dawson quietly changing: The immediate vicinity around Dawson is quietly changing while Brentwood continues to receive the bulk of the attention.Porte Development's tower has now passed street level.Solterra's Milano tower is beginning to rise into the Brentwood skyline.Amacon's low-rise development has reached full heig...
McBlunder of the week: At the end of March I hurried back from my at-home vacation with a story – the McBarge was no longer in Burnaby waters. I had written a story in 2010 on developer Howard Meakin’s struggle to get approval from Mission city council for his restaurant development, Sturgeon’s on the River, which incl...
T’was the day of the council meeting…: and all through the Internet, not a blog was stirring, not even…. with…. ethernet… cables? This is why I didn’t become a poet. Well, one of the reasons. What my vague and terribly rhymed message meant to convey is that I will not be blogging or tweeting tonight’s council meeting. In fact, I need ...
Yes, it's been a year: Too much going on, change at work, more responsibility - it snowballed - so I'm going to summarize 2014 in pictures:and finally they have done this section, and put in snazzy light poles.  North Road is still a mess - there's nothing to say about that.  The EGRT rep came to us and explained they ...
April 2017 – All Candidates Meeting – Rick Glumac and Linda Reimer: Thank you for attending the All Candidates Meeting, it was a great turn out and the questions were well thought out. There were a few questions that we were not able to ask due to time constraints. We sent these off to the Candidates to have them all answered as we know all of the […]

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