I’ve been asked a number of times… do your love bird seagulls have names – not yet. If anyone has any suggestions would certainly entertain them and would give due credit in an upcoming seagull themed blog.
Re: City Electoral Signs; it has been brought to my attention that last Monday night’s city election bylaws and update re: “Sign Bylaw, 1992, No. 6363” (not the 8643 Elections Assent Voting bylaw). i.e. Limits (prohibits) pre-election campaign materials has already been contested and defeated in BC court and was found to be in breach of S.2(b) of the Charter of Freedoms and Rights! It appears campaign advertising on bike signs or even at bus stop shelters prior the six week election period does not break any laws… however it appears the City has, namely our constitution! (more on Monday) #ConstitutionalSignBylawViolations
Let the free-for-all sign wars begin!
The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is gushing into an Oiler Notely/Hulk Horgan no holds barred showdown, right down to the last drop of wine…err oil. There is no BC/Alberta media shortage on this issue so will let one of my online sources CBC take over my editorial copy that led to today’s editorial cartoon…
Noteworthy: “BC Winery TIME” produces bottles of Pinot Gris and Cabernet Merlot with the Flames’ distinctive flaming “C” logo on the wine label, along with the slogan “It’s Go TIME.” (apparently Premier Notely isn’t a “Flames Fan?)
Andrew Wilkinson – new leader of the B.C. Liberal party – was “also” the legal representative of a company controlled by Chinese businessman, Ni Ritao, whose broken promises regarding plans to restart the shuttered pulp mill in Prince Rupert costing the city more than $3.5-million in legal and maintenance fees” – a fine unscrupulous state of affairs!
“Wilkinson also had dealings with Sun Wave Forest Products, a company also controlled by Ni, between 2003 and 2006, according to documents obtained by The Globe.”… further: Integrity BC https://www.facebook.com/IntegrityBritishColumbia/posts/1618061851608548
I mean really, who else could these chameleons choose but someone who is an expert in collusion and in how to undermine provincial governance… And don’t you think it is a little too ironic that both the new BC Liberal leader and our North Shore Liberal MP share the same last name… hmm, time for Trivia to update their board game.
Sources Wilkinson Leadership win: Metro News, CBC News, Global News
Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays, Joyous Noel, メリークリスマス, Shab-e Yalda, Posadas Navidenas, 圣诞节快乐, 행복한, Yule Tidings, 크리스마스 되십시오 and Rohatsu.
Brian May a CNV disabled pensioner who uses a mobility scooter was verbally harassed from behind by two of Onni’s underlings passing by their CentreView twin towers main entrance at 13 St. and Lonsdale Ave. Onni’s henchmen were abusively accusing him for the recent Thanksgiving vandalizing of their unLucky err Lucy bronze camel. When really all he can be accused of by these Onni hooligans was his peaceful, nonthreatening right to ‘protest’ during the recent camel unveiling on Wednesday October 4th. These surly Onni thugs should be fired, never mind reprimanded… What are the odds nothing happens to these cowardice Onni ambassadors harassing a disabled law abiding pensioner… after all Mussatto said he would take care of it – sure he will. After all we are talking about our mayor’s BFF (Onni brothers) high school pals. #OnniCamelThugs