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KUCHARUK: how much is NaN?

KUCHARUK: how much is NaN?

Wouldn’t MNA be a better acronym: Mileage not available?
B.C. residents broadly support idea of vaccine passports, poll finds

B.C. residents broadly support idea of vaccine passports, poll finds

73% favour requiring proof of inoculation for international travellers.
Will pandemic leave lasting mark on how B.C. workers carry out their jobs?

Will pandemic leave lasting mark on how B.C. workers carry out their jobs?

A new survey shows companies in the post-pandemic world will need to find the right balance between the workplace of the past and the ability of employees to carry on with their duties from home at least some of the time.
MLA Bernier: strange days in Victoria

MLA Bernier: strange days in Victoria

We are seeing strange times down in the Legislature in Victoria. I’ve been in the house asking questions and debating legislation since the new session kicked off at the start of March.
KUCHARUK: ready to spring into the Equinox

KUCHARUK: ready to spring into the Equinox

Nothing will probably start to happen until the Spring Equinox on March 20th so I am going to keep the winter boots/rubber boots/flip flops at the ready.
Survey reveals whose finances the pandemic has hit hardest in B.C.

Survey reveals whose finances the pandemic has hit hardest in B.C.

33% of B.C. residents say their financial situation is “significantly” or “moderately” worse now than it was a year ago
LANGEVIN: beware of anger

LANGEVIN: beware of anger

Beware of the Ides of March as well.
Canadians switch channels on digital recording as TV habits change: poll

Canadians switch channels on digital recording as TV habits change: poll

Live television the top choice among Canadians 55 and over.
Nichols talks Mod. Lit. - Be Still my Soul*

Nichols talks Mod. Lit. - Be Still my Soul*

Our publicly funded radio faithfully tells us each day the number of “Covid-related” deaths, infections, and isolations. (What will radio do to fill dead air space when Covid’s gone?) (Ed. Note - read the newspaper?)
KUCHARUK: a conversation 20 years into the future: “Where were you when it happened?”

KUCHARUK: a conversation 20 years into the future: “Where were you when it happened?”

Imagine the future conversation with a grandchild.