Mike Howell has been a reporter for more than 20 years, having worked in the Lower Mainland for weekly newspapers and The Vancouver Sun. He has also freelanced for The Globe and Mail, National Post, Toronto Star and Georgia Straight. His work has taken him from a logging camp in Haida Gwaii to an orphanage in Vietnam. He has worked at the Vancouver Courier since 2002, where he covers city hall and crime.
So maybe you heard — Public Safety Minister and Solicitor General Mike Farnworth wants you to share your views on how the provincial government should regulate distribution and retail sales of what. . .
Because I’m a baseball guy, and it’s summer time, I’ll begin with a quote popularized by the late, great Yogi Berra, who told reporters way back in 1973 to not be so fast in concluding his New York. . .
A rotting sea lion carcass causing “an unpleasant odour” was among the many issues city manager Sadhu Johnston dealt with last year, according to memos and emails recently posted on the city’s website.
Sadly, it has become a tiresome refrain from your premier, your mayor and your prime minister – that in a country, a province and a city as rich and progressive as any others on earth, there is no . . .