Monthly Archives: July 2014

Vulnerable Persons Registry

I woke up this morning and the first thing I did after putting on the coffee was check the status of the fires.  There is very little wind today so that must be a good thing for the fire fighters.  It is actually quite sunny, a good indicator that the smoke is either subsiding which […]
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Climate Change, what?

I’m sitting here at 11pm watching the glow of the horizon in the direction of the West Kelowna forest fires.  The aroma in the air is like a thousand camp fires are burning.  The haze blocked out the sun for part of the day until the wind changed direction.  That wind has returned which doesn’t […]
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I’m Just Saying

As many of you know I use Twitter and I tend to be a political junkie.  After a career as an information analyst I am also an information junkie however I also insist on verifying my information sources.  One of the big issues in this age of information is that there is a lot of […]
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Polio Diaries – The Summer of Silence

Over sixty years and I am still part of one of the biggest unplanned social experiment ever launched in Canada, the treatment and integration of the polio survivor.  I say unplanned because in 1953 I am not convinced society had any idea about the consequences of the numbers of survivors that would still be around […]
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