So. Are we really beginning to write a new chapter in Canadian political history? Or is the election of Justin Trudeau Leader of the Liberal Party just a footnote in the chapter entitled "Stephen Harper"?
The B-C New Democrats say they would increase provincial revenues by raising income taxes on personal incomes that are above 150 thousand dollars a year. They say most British Columbians shouldn't worry; most of us don't make that much money.
I for one thought, and still do, that "Grant's Law" made a lot of sense.
The election campaign hasn't even begun yet...officially...and we're already reporting the most tiresome election story there is.
The more I think about the state of Victoria's sewage treatment project, the more I think everybody...CRD, provincial and federal governments, all need to take a step back and start again.
The closure of the Craigflower Bridge for eight months this year presents an opportunity for somebody to come up with a better approach to moving commuters in and out of Esquimalt...most particularly to and from CFB Esquimalt
Pardon me if this sounds negative...but are we really supposed to get excited at news that 94 per cent of Canadians actually file their income taxes every year? as required by law?