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Weekly Photo Challenge: Evanescent: evanescent = any fleeting moment in time I used to do more sunset pictures than I do now. That’s because the longer we live here, the taller the trees around us are – and the less of a sunset I see. But these moments of clouds underlit by red light after the sun has gone down behind the hills of...
You can’t handle the truth: There was a hard hitting article in the Globe and Mail, which I didn’t read because it is behind a paywall and the Grope and Wail is predictably right wing, especially where climate change is concerned. Then Pamela Zevit posted a link on facebook to an article on boereport which both provides a n...
Weekly Photo Challenge: Heritage: This is a photo I took nearly a year ago. York Minster the largest gothic cathedral in northern Europe. Built on much older structures, the remains of which can be seen in the crypt. It would have been really easy to post pictures of totem poles just like the original challenge. But that’s not ...
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Welcome to Garden City conservation: Richmond, British Columbia, Canada has long been known as the Garden City. This blog aims to provide informed in-depth opinion on a range of conservation issues of interest to the Garden City community, which is centred in Richmond but extends around B.C. and the globe. Background for newcomers I...
Exellence—not mediocrity—to protect Richmond farmland: Should Richmond council (A) kowtow to ALR speculators or (B) do their job? A or B? If you chose B, please ask council to respect our farmland and the citizens they swore to serve. (Details at end.) Your efforts will support Richmond staff. For years, some of them have tried to get council to stop...
Andrew Weaver, Christy Clark and thermal coal: Last week, on TV debate day for BC party leaders, Christy Clark sent Justin Trudeau a letter about banning the export of dirty coal. Whether or not the two were in cahoots, it is highly political. It seems crafted to save BC Liberal seats, not Canadian jobs. The ban, with Trudeau serving as Clark...
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The ill conceived Surrey LRT and the missed regional transit opportunity: Ill conceived, since according to Translink [1], The proposed Surrey L line (Guilford, Surrey central newton, titled LRT 4 in the transit study), was among the poorest options Translink has studied for Surrey. An option which will saddle translink with increased operation cost without matching r...
Arbutus corridor and accessibility: a straw man argument?: the debate is framed like it: to be against a blacktop path  is to be against accessibility. Accessibility for all activities or all abilities? It is no secret that the debate is mainly  geared by the Vancouver cycling community, and the main local organization, HUB, has made clear its vision; ...

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