A new provincial law has made it legal for barbers and hair salons to serve drinks. Liquor and scissors — what could go wrong?
"They hit me and I hit them back harder and they disappear. That's what we want to lead the country."
Around the time FBI director James Comey torpedoed the Hillary Clinton campaign and audio emerged of Donald Trump discussing women's genitalia, I happened upon a fascinating book called Anything for a Vote, about corruption in U.S. presidential campaigns.
This week's question: Should Canadians be Leery of Kevin O’Leary?
This week's question: Should Canadians be leery of Kevin O’Leary?
Some claim the third week of January is the most depressing time of the year. That's why we all owe a big thank you to Donald J. Trump.
Dear Tony: My strata council have taken away my parking space and given it to another owner with two cars. I do not have a car, but my daughter comes twice a week to take me for groceries and help me manage my condo. The council have rented out all the visitor parking, and we do not have a loading area. I requested my parking space back but council
The emotional story of Kathy Katula’s appeal to Justin Trudeau is just the beginning of regular Canadians speaking out.
“We think we know what we're doin'.
This week's question: "Should the news media be allowed to ask a public figure any question they want?"
Kids go through all sorts of wardrobe woes as they grow from toddler to teen. When my oldest was two, she would only wear dresses. Frocks were in, pants were out. Anything with tags elicited an immediate tantrum. Anything blue set her off. Every morning was a drawn-out, full-blown battle as I persistently persuaded her to put on her snow boots, or
Last week, Vancouverites lined up for hours at fire halls around the city with their empty buckets hoping for a pound or two of salt to spread over their icy sidewalks and driveways. When the fire hall doors opened, there wasn’t enough salt to go around and many of those who had been waiting were turned away. Nobody could say when the next delivery
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle can be confusing.
What if everything you were told about flu shots, their importance and effectiveness, the need for health care workers to get vaccinated and the huge number of deaths the flu causes every year, were all wrong?
A local First Nation elder slipped on the ice, badly injuring himself over Christmas. A friend with a disability was trapped in her apartment. Paramedics reported a spike in fractures, sprains and head injuries. Anyone can slip and fall.
Occasionally, I win The Duel before writing a single word.
Every week it seems another news item heralds the imminent demise of the human-operated automobile. Latest to the party is Canada's BlackBerry, which aims to recast itself as a maker of software for autonomous cars. That's fine.
There are a number of ways to win an African election. The simplest is to win the most votes, but this is hard if you've been the president for a long time and people are getting fed up with your rule.
Dear Tony: Our strata has experienced several parties over the holidays that have been unbearable for the residents. One owner has rented their unit out on a short term basis and the renters have hosted several open house types of parties that have resulted in security problems, damage to an entry door, unauthorized parking and constant noise.