Deep Space is supposed to be “bold and mysterious.”
As of July 1, the rulers of China have, in essence, abrogated a treaty reached with the United Kingdom regarding the turnover of Hong Kong that supposedly resulted in “One country, two systems.”
I have a friend in Edmonton who I’ve known for years. He was laid off during COVID-19 and is scheduled to return to work next month. I invited him to bring his family to the Okanagan for a vacation because our house is perfect for overnight guests.
I am saddened to learn about the passing of a former client of mine, Dave Smith. In 2012, Mr. Smith contacted me to appeal his loss of a trial involving his dog, Diesel. Mr. Smith went to trial being self-represented.
Few organizations, public or private, are more accessible and open than the City of Kelowna. Council meetings and decisions are open to the public (also recorded and available 24/7), financial records are audited and available to anyone, and legislation ensures transparency governs the way l…
The recent financial update provided by federal Minister of Finance Bill Morneau was certainly a sobering picture of the current status of the federal government’s fiscal position.
There has been growing demand for a fiscal update of federal government finances following the spending response to the COVID-19 virus, as well as the revenue impact from having large sectors of our economy shut down.
Believe it or not, Kelowna city council did the right thing by rejecting a development proposal for a plot of land kitty corner to Kelowna General Hospital at 2169 Pandosy St.
Thank you to everyone who reached out to our office for a Canadian flag set. It was wonderful delivering flags to residents in every corner of our community, and having so many people post photos of themselves displaying their flags on social media. Canada Day looked different for most of us…
It’s both repulsive and frightening that a handful of people took to social media to support an unknown individual in Summerland who placed a Confederate flag in the window of his unit, facing Gyro Park on Canada Day.
Let’s suppose you are a director of a company with annual expenditures of $150 million of which about $128 million is in operating cost and the rest is for capital expenditures. As a director, it is reasonable to assume you would want to have information on activities covered by the operatin…