Hold on, dear comrades, a much-needed break is near. Those lazy days in bed with nothing to do but consume hot chocolate and eggnog by the gallon while indulging in mind-numbing programming are almost here. December is looming large
A few weeks ago, I went to a trade show with my colleagues to meet some potential clients and suppliers. I met many people from different fields and had conversations about trends in their respective industries, about political effects on the businesses, and basically everything that could be considered boring.
Due to the increase in traffic accidents, the Vancouver mayoral office, in conjunction with the Vancouver Police Department, has decided on a radical new approach to dealing with road safety.
If there’s one thing I cannot stand hearing from my fellow men around these parts, it’s the oft-repeated yet groundless notion that Vancouver women are usually bitchy.
In memorial of the naïve, eager, young, student that walked through those college doors on a bright September day.
Many people around Vancouver are ecstatic over the end of November, and more specifically, the arrival of November 25.
Wow! Holy! Excitement! Last night at the big building with a lot of seats, the sports team most closely adjacent to the place where you live or possibly grew up—or where your father possibly lived or grew up—defeated a team that represents a place where neither you nor your father ever lived!
It has been an eventful year for Chris Laxton and his team. Their successes this year included holding the best regular season record in their conference, having one of their players take home the conference MVP award, winning the provincial playoffs, and attending the national tournament and claiming fourth.