Emmelia Gordon was the sole performer in this gripping, humorous and sobering play.
Cowichan Women Against Violence (CWAV) presented the play ‘Dissolve’ at the Cowichan Theatre last week. It was an unqualified success.
CWAV Executive Director Jane Sterk kicked off the evening with welcoming remarks and introductions.
North Cowichan Mayor John Lefebure . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Dissolve – A Shameless Hussy Production
Those who know me know that I want nothing more than for the Green Party to succeed, but this objective is imperilled if the voting public does not think of the Greens as real contenders.
Today, BC Premier Christy Clark announced July 10 as the date for the Westside-Kelowna byelection in which she will attempt . . . → Read More: Song of the Watermelon: Of the Greens and the Gutless
In a stunning upset of “Dewey Defeats Truman” proportions, the BC Liberals have defied all the polls save one and returned to power with a fourth straight majority government. No doubt, there will be much soul searching and wound licking over the coming weeks. I believe that five lessons — real, imagined, and not-quite-clear . . . → Read More: Song of the Watermelon: Five Lessons — Real and Imagined — from BC’s Election Results
Because, you know what, do you know what?
The Terrace Daily News featured this video with a display on their front page. It is edgy, well, the repeated screechy ‘Liar-Liar-Liar-Liar-Liar’ is edgy but then, because you know what, you know what? It is true!
The marijuana question was interesting. Christy dodged it and . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: ABC-Anybody But Clark (Video) Terrace Daily News
Richard ‘Hub’ Hughes- Political Blogger
So now the election is on, really on. Bill Good will conduct a radio debate with BC Liberal leader Christy Clark, BC NDP Leader Adrian Dix, BC Green Leader Jane Sterk and BC Conservative Leader John Cummins.
It will be available for streaming as well for those who . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: BC Election Leadership Debate on CKNW 980 AM- 8:30AM-This Morning
I am pleased to introduce Brian Fisher to Cowichan Conversations readers. It is hoped that this will be just the first offering and that Brian will send us his thoughtful observations as we burst into spring.
He is an internationally known arborist with a degree in Psychology and Business. He . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Opportunity To Demonstrate Strategic Cooperation
Richard Hub Hughes-Political Blogger
Let’s face it folks politics and governance in BC has become soiled by the top down control mechanisms and practices of all of BC’s political parties.
Many of those who have really been involved see that quickly, well not all, many choose to turn a blind eye if the . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: All BC Political Parties Need A Democratic Shakeup!
Richard ‘Hub’ Hughes-Political Blogger
The Greens, often seen and promoted as an alternative to the old line parties are not really all that different when it comes to democratic decision making. They are just as bad as the other parties it seems, well maybe not worse than the BC Liberals who also have . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: The BC Green Party Dictates That The Means Justify The Ends!