Still dealing with snow well into March prompts one Winnipegger to imagine the never-ending task of shovelling the white stuff as a hunter would approach his prey.
When the lives of five families changed forever in November 2012, it seemed impossible that something good would ever come from this tragedy. Last week, that’s what happened.
I decided to show Canadian pride by venturing out of my man cave to find sanctuary at a public venue to watch the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics Men’s Gold Medal Hockey game.
When it comes to abusive and violent hockey parents, a zero tolerance or one strike policy is needed. A parent who throws a punch would forfeit the privilege for their kid to play hockey for the season.
One day, the details of this failure to communicate will be revealed. Unfortunately for Ms. Melnick, it got her dropped from cabinet grace, ejected from the party and not welcomed at the NDP convention ball.
The pothole I named ‘Greg Selinger’ is back. Now instead of uttering profanity when I hit it, I think of a check mark. Am I satisfied or unsatisfied by the actions of the current party in power?
Maybe there isn’t a problem with snow clearing. Maybe it’s just our expectations of snow clearing that are the problem and if we just expected less, all would be fine.
In the city’s 2014 budget discussion, a property tax hike is proposed. Mayor Sam Katz defends the increase, saying taxpayers want better roads and will pay more to have them. This begs the question: what are we paying for now?
The caller on the phone claims your computer is causing problems on the Internet, and in the process of helping you ‘troubleshoot’ the issue, your identity is stolen.