You don’t have to shovel rain, but you can’t build forts or have the experience of the full moon lighting up a dark night as it reflects off of it, either.
For all the talk of Canada as a northern country it is actually a country primarily of people in large cities, the rest of us are outliers. And we are declining. What does that mean?
What do our abandoned playgrounds say about who we were- and who we are?
The people were consulted. The people said they weren’t consulted. What happened?
Some of them had never been on it before.
Prince George as an argument against the need for population growth.
A lack of graffiti can signal no crime, but it can also signal no creativity, no pedestrians, and no fun.
“Yesterday, I fixed that old steam radiator. Threaded a new valve into the side, removed the handle from the base, unscrewed the packing nut from the stem. This subpar toolbox only had one wrench, so I was lucky it was a three-quarters or I’d have been screwed. “By the time I was done, this 100-year-old piece […]
Strangers and a sense of belonging.
Amazon is fast and cheap but it doesn’t open on Friday night to help launch a self-published magazine with poetry readings and tea.
When an SUV swerved to hit me, I realized riding a bike in a car-dominated culture is an inherantly political act.
There used to be lineups to play tennis. Now there isn’t. Why?
From nature trails to dog parks to the civic plaza, Prince George is undergoing a subtle redesign from the inside.
From residential schools to racist murals, what do we do with the less savory parts of our past?
Earlier this month, bylaw enforcement in Prince George made a homeowner to take down a “Slow Down, Kids Playing” sign. The comments on that article have plenty of upset people. It also prompted a blog post from Dezene Huber: “The part that really irked me was a comment from the city manager of transportation operations in response […]
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