This month, we present part three of the history of The Bulletin. As I wrote last month, it has been quite an experience poring...
In what has been an educational (and eye-straining) experience for me, I have spent the past few months going through the archives at the...
In 1958, British Columbia is celebrating its 100th Anniversary. John Diefenbaker is Prime Minister of Canada, recently elected with the largest majority in Canadian history (it wouldn’t last, but that’s another story).
While websites and blogs serve a useful purpose (like instantaneous information at ones’ fingertips) they present a different way of looking at the world and a complement to existing technology like books, magazines and newspapers . . .
Our whole life was one big honeymoon!
January 4, 2008. I’m editing a story on Roy Kiyooka while watching Michael de Courcy’s short film Voice: Roy Kiyooka on his website www.michaeldecourcy.com. Today is the 14th anniversary of Roy’s death, and there he is on my computer monitor, unmistakably himself and very much in context—at the Western Front for his 66th birthday/retirement party surrounded by friends: Takeo, Linda, Minoru, Paul Gibbons, Themba Tana, Jim Munro, Rhoda and Trudy . . . His face, his mannerisms, his voice are so familiar, it’s almost painful to watch.