Veterinarians could use rotating schedule
With the incredible amount of resources the federal government has available, why did Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fail to conduct a proper background check on Julie Payette?
Picture this: a business is going broke and everyone on the team knows it, but an employee goes out and buys luxury office furniture on the company credit card.
During Donald Trump’s Jan. 6 rally in Washington, the pump-up music included the disco classic “YMCA” by the Village People.
As we’re closing in on the one-year anniversary of COVID-19, it’s disappointing that no elected officials within The Herald’s readership area have suggested a nominal rollback in salary.
Lost in the chaos emanating from Washington have been some important developments elsewhere. If I may, here are a few thoughts on a very strange news cycle that ended 2020 and began 2021.
In my December column, I wrote about developing compassion in our lives, using some of Richard Carlson’s thoughts on the subject from his book, “Don’t Wweat the Small Stuff.” I had noticed another chapter in the book which had a chapter with a topic suitable for this new year.
In a year-end interview with the online news site The Orca, Premier John Horgan was asked to name an MLA from a different caucus who he’d single out for doing good work, have an unusually warm relationship with, or just wouldn’t put coal in their stocking.
In just three days, the guy in the red suit will be delivering Christmas goodies to good girls and boys, but something less enjoyable to those whose behaviour has been less exemplary.
This week was an end-of-the-year project for my son, who built a First World War trench scene; armed with creativity, he (we) gathered boxes, scraps, clay, paints and small figurines and got to work. He connected with the stories as he crafted and painted.