Is there a rainbow under there?

July 13, 2019 The Goat
By Andru McCracken When I moved to Valemount, I expected to walk into a small town like the ones I grew up in. People are a touch close minded, cold to newcomers, fearful of change, […]

Global Thoughts: Monsoons

July 7, 2019 Arthur Tanga
By Gwynne Dyer The monsoon rains are finally arriving in central and northern India, but they are two weeks late. It started raining in Mumbai on Monday, and it should be raining in Delhi by […]

Global Thoughts: Iran’s game

June 24, 2019 Arthur Tanga
By Gwynne Dyer The ‘evidence’ is not conclusive, but Iran probably was behind the attacks on four oil tankers in the Gulf last month and two more last Thursday.  Nobody was hurt, so what was […]

Chief swings and Blackwell ducks

June 22, 2019 Arthur Tanga
By Andru McCracken Being a leader in a small community is tough. Armchair quarterbacks are more than willing to tell small town politicians how things could be done better, especially well after the fact. At […]

Editorial: School learning

June 3, 2019 Arthur Tanga
By Andru McCracken I was a troublemaker in high school, maybe the worst kind, clever, rarely caught and almost never punished. But my favourite teacher managed to teach me a lesson that smarts to this […]
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