Whet your appetite and prepare for spring gardening with a beautiful award-winning “foodie” film, Modified (86 min), on Tuesday March 13 at 7 pm in the Stan Hagen Theatre, North Island College, Courtenay.Read More
Month: March 2018
2018/03/02 | Dermod Travis |
British Columbia is often defined by what divides us: geography, politics, social interests, environmental issues.
Something else that divides us? Our bank balances or the size of our payday loans.
B.C. is home to the uber-wealthy, the mere wealthy runner-ups, the keeping our heads above water crowd and the four in 10 British Columbians who are $200 away from not being able to pay their bills, that last one according to the latest MNP Consumer Debt Index report.
Tough crowds to please. Throw last month’s provincial budget into the mix and it’s sure to spark some reaction from all quarters.
Pity the poor scribes who have to make sense of it all in a matter of hours during the budget lock-up, ready to tweet as the Finance minister rises in the legislature.
Then the days go by and the impact of various budgetary measures begin to sink in.Read More
2018/03/01 | Village of Cumberland |
With the new season comes a range of new programs at Cumberland Recreation, with activities offered for all ages and stages.
New dance programs, Creative Dance for preschoolers and Beginner Ballet (6-8 yrs), enhance self-expression and body-awareness while developing basic fundamentals of dance.
- Phil G.Harrison
- Morgan Homehow
- Brian Charlton