My experience with the Neil Edgeworth banked slalom goes back a few years now. The first time I went I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I was told by my husband that he was off to compete in this race and I was not only coming with but competing as well. Hold on just a minute I think was my response, why am I competing? So he explained and I went, hesitantly.
On a soggy Monday afternoon, hundreds of people rallied against the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline from the tar sands in Alberta to Kitimat, British Columbia. The protest was lead by the Heiltsuk people, whom proudly describe themselves as the care takers of their territorial lands and waters, in the Great Bear Rainforest on BC’s Central Coast.
The rally began modestly at the Bear Initiative Office on Granville, swelled at the Vancouver Art Gallery, then hit the streets for a march to the Enbridge office on Burrard.
Having just read Diana Butler Bass' new book Christianity After Religion--a thoughtful and thought-provoking read--and being in the midst of planning for Palm Sunday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday services, I am left to ponder what the post-Christian generation might think about Good Friday.
In the book we learn that many people in our age are cross border shopping in faith traditions, taking what they need to supplement their personal experiences of the Divine.
See our calender for next month's upcoming events at the Grand Forks Public Library!
Friday night the snow was falling and my biggest concern was how to fit everything I wanted to do in on Saturday as I had to work Sunday and Monday and Tuesday…... not feeling 100% Saturday started slow with a sleep in after helping make breakfast for our guests. Always something to do at the lodge so while Ian was sleeping I started making beds and then we headed out for some mountain time. We had missed the Cliff Dive registration so I figured it was time to go see what the snow was like up top before hitting the park and the Airbag.
Council and the community are being led down the proverbial garden path by CAO Victor Kumar about the Development Cost Charge (DCC) Bylaw. Information provided to council by Mr. Kumar is misleading, inaccurate, incomplete, and frequently unsubstantiated. The only realistic data being provided seems to be coming from Ken Holmes. Thanks Ken!
Here you'll find the image our kids gave me a few years ago. It occupies a central place in my office. The kids do not attend church; describe themselves as generally agnostic; have caused me to wonder about my hypocrisy as only teenagers could; and have generally shown a distrust of the church and its teachings that is typical of our society today.
And yet. And yet. They gave me this image. Jesus clears the temple.
It might be useful for Prime Minister Stephen Harper to read a U.S. state department cable from Israel released by Wikileaks. It reveals that talk of Iran's imminent production of nuclear weapons goes back to the early 1990s: "The head of the MFA's [Ministry of Foreign Affairs] strategic affairs division recalled that GOI [Government of Israel] assessments from 1993 predicted that Iran would possess an atomic bomb by 1998 at the latest."
Starting to think about gardening and buying seeds for the fruitful season ahead? Some of the best local seed growers in the West Kootenays will have seeds for sale at Rossland’s annual Seedy Sunday at the Miners' Hall from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on March 10.
The seed swap will be followed by a scrumptious $5 vegetarian dinner, a cash bar, and a highly acclaimed documentary on bees—Queen of the Sun —at 6:30 p.m., also for $5.
This is the time of year when I start seeing many folks in, young and old, for those viral upper respiratory infections with resultant irritating dry coughs. I will go through the basic steps I use to eliminate the infection quickly and efficiently.
The first step is, as always, what you are eating preventatively. It is important to startincluding immune boosting foods in your everyday eating. These include: