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Caught in an Amber Sea

My camera captures
A tugboat
Held for all time
In a sea of gold

Like the dragonfly caught
In amber
From a time
No words remember 19 more words

Photography

Braid: Are the B.C. Liberals friends or vultures?

It’s just another week here in Alberta, as the massive layoffs roll on and our dear friends in British Columbia officially hold up Alberta as the pathetic poor cousin who lived high, spent higher and blew the family fortune. 718 more words

Local News

Robin 5-Oh

I turned 50 and while I kind of wanted to ignore that, it occurred to me I would turn 50 no matter what so I was okay with Step organizing an extravaganza “Amaze Day” for me. 509 more words

Cumberland

Kevin Libin: B.C. has little ammo to take shots at Alberta

The B.C. Liberals’ throne speech, Tuesday,ob pointedly paid tribute to many historically marginalized groups. Lieutenant Governor Judithju Guichon recognized the Songhees First Nation, and the Esquimalt. 635 more words

News

NDP minister downplays B.C. throne speech comments criticizing Alberta

B.C. throne speech attacks on Alberta’s fiscal prudence were downplayed by an Alberta minister who on Wednesday agreed with many of the criticisms.

Tuesday’s speech from the throne delivered by B.C. 537 more words

Politics

Sip-Worthy Sauvignon Blanc - Fern Walk

Hello wine lovers and happy wine Wednesday.  I trust you had a great week. My little family had a nice Family Day holiday singing with Anna and Elsa at… 360 more words

Wine

Stumbling through the Okanagan Wine Country

Working in the travel business, we are always looking for places we’ve never been before. A friend of ours told us about an area of Canada worth a visit. 465 more words

Travel