The consequences of this BC educational conflict are real

Above video: the Johnston Heights senior choir performs for students At Johnston Heights Secondary in Surrey, where I completed my […]

How will anti-TransLink vote influence transit referendum?

Also featured on: Metro604 A comment on the recent Price Tags article on the upcoming November 2014 TransLink Referendum (TransLink […]

With a referendum on transit funding, we just won’t know.

As I was looking at how referendums on funding (especially transit funding) have been done in other cities like in […]

Referendum on TransLink funding must be rejected

The future of transit funding for Metro Vancouver hinges largely on a referendum scheduled for next fall. The use of […]

Newsletter signifies the beginning of a split between young and old

Last week, after the infamous Orange Crash of the 2013 BC Elections, I wrote a piece on my blog (Biggest […]

Biggest issue B.C. will face under Liberals is a disconnect with young people.

It’s been more than one year now since that day when we stood there protesting Bill 22, outside and in […]

The Real Reason Children Have Lost the Freedom to Roam

Response to StreetFilms: Children Have Lost the Freedom to Roam The video above is certainly right that the car-orientation of […]

Why I’m voting for the BC NDP this election (or, at least, I would)

If you know me (and aren’t one of my closer friends on Facebook), you’ve probably noticed that I’ve been quiet […]