Covid deception

As the covid “crisis” drags on, it becomes increasingly apparent that there is an issue with the transparency and honesty of the reported covid cases and deaths. Even Alberta’s interactive…

Albertans travelling to BC

Having recently travelled to BC, we were told by a neighbour about unfriendly behaviour from BC-ites towards Albertans. I later read an article, which outlined some boorish behaviour, but I…

Mandatory masks?

The drive for mandatory masks seems to be gaining steam. Perhaps the outcry on social media is a consequence for those who have not ventured out to enjoy the great…

Politicians & things named after them

In today’s society, it seems like we have things a bit backward. Politicians are overcompensated with juicy pensions and spending accounts that often know no limits. Added to this, is…

A cabin in the Monashee mountains

We recently took a little break to BC in the Monashee mountains. We stayed in a secluded cabin with no TV, nor wifi. It was a refreshing break. We were…

Grateful for friends

As I write this, I am happy. I received an email from a friend I haven’t heard from in ages. His wife recently gave birth to a baby girl, and…

The importance of taking a break

With all the negative news of violence, riots, police brutality, and limitations on one’s mobility, this year, it is doubly important to take a break from the day-day routine. Working…

Covid tyranny

Have you noticed that as the covid numbers are going down, restrictions largely stay in place? More places (like Costco) are considering mandatory masks. The government with all its incompetence…