Tag Archive 'Malcolm Parry'

Appeared in the North Shore News – December 30, 2016 A few days ago, you may recall, some Canadians celebrated Christmas, the birth of Jesus. Many others didn’t. Christianity isn’t their faith. Sensitive to them, and eyes on demographics and possibly dollar signs, greeting card designers proclaim ‘‘Happy Holidays,’’ or replace Jesus with Santa Claus, […]

Read Full Post »

Appeared in the North Shore News – May 22, 2015 The $7.5-billion transit plebiscite coffin should have so many nails in it that it may require a second coffin. There’s a note of desperation in the Yessirs’ plea-cum-threat to Metro Vancouverites to lend approval to the 10-year plan, funded by a half-percentage-point lift in the […]

Read Full Post »

Appeared in the North Shore News – January 18, 2013 In time, as the Gershwins mused, the Rockies may crumble, Gibraltar may tumble, but love for West Vancouver is here to stay. As proven by the following. I asked West Van’s three rookie councillors and first-term mayor to write essays on their first 12 months […]

Read Full Post »