What an amazing place Cave Lodge is. Nestled in the hillside next to a river its a remarkable environment to relax in. The lodge is a couple of hundred meters up stream of Tham Lod, a famous cave in the area. 1,254 more words
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Religious people are like most humans — they can be quite defensive, especially about their faith. After all, religion relates to what is going on in the deepest reaches of a person’s heart, mind and soul. 985 more words
For brekkie this morning we woke up and went to Ginger and White which I’d read about in London Style Guide by Saska Graville.
We sat at their community table and got the brunch special which was basically a BLT with avocado on an English Muffin. 17 more words
British Columbians from a cross-section of ethnic groups called on the Liberal government Friday to dramatically broaden an “obscure” public consultation process over a proposed apology to the Chinese population for discriminatory policies that existed more than six decades ago. 624 more words
`Churchy’ Christian becomes social activist
The Vancouver Sun ARCHIVES
February 24, 1997
Byline: Douglas Todd, Sun Religion Reporter
The world changed for Vancouver engineer Bill Chu on June 4th, 1989, the day Chinese then-premier Deng Xiaoping, who died last week, massacred university students with tanks and machine-guns in Tiananmen Square. 1,235 more words
An Anglican priest who served many years in B.C. has died after a man who had set himself on fire ran into his church.
The death of Rev. 552 more words