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Driving through downtown Vancouver recently, steady rain turned the roads into pools of shiny blackness.
When I read the familiar Nativity stories in the Bible, I find…
Okay, so about 4.5 billion years ago, there was nothing. And then,…
Funerals, like sneezes, tend to come in groups. We had a rash of funerals in our community this last year.
This weekend, we switch from Daylight Saving Time back to Standard Time. The sunset that used to happen at 6:00 p.m. will now happen at 5:00 p.m.
Consider this brain-twister: “The following sentence is true. The previous sentence is false.”
Thanksgiving rituals tend to focus on what we have – stuffed turkeys, stuffed families, and houses stuffed with stuff.
Since I was in the neighbourhood, I thought I’d take the dog up Silver Star mountain for a hike.
As I age, more of my cherished myths implode.
I don’t often comment on the news in this column. But a recent news item caught my eye.
A weekly column from Jim Taylor
A weekly column by Jim Taylor
I dug a maple stump out of my front lawn. Not a particularly huge stump. We had planted the tree when we moved to this house in 1993, so it was only 18 years old. But it acquired an incurable fungus infection. This spring, no leaves came out. The tree had to come down.
Life and Faith: A weekly column by Jim Taylor.
Pessimism is not the opposite of optimism. Both optimism and pessimism are the opposite of apathy.
Our seven-year-old granddaughter Katherine broke her arm last month. She was playing…
By Jim TaylorNorthern Alberta is in flames. Southern Manitoba is under water.…
Bev Edwards Sawatzky was supposed to be recuperating from a thyroid operation…
An American correspondent vented about the National Rifle Association’s mantra – “Guns…
Lake Country has become the new home of a ceramics collection that,…