You can’t stop getting older but becoming an “old bastard”is a choice, one that Tsawwassen resident David Fredricksen made happily six years ago. The current president of the Tsawwassen Order of Old Bastards (TOOB) was asked to join by a former president (arch bastard) and
As I’m speaking to Delta Police Constable Grayson Smith I’m not sure whether he realizes he has a lot in common with the protagonist of his new children’s book, There’s a Norseman in the Classroom! The children’s book portrays a large, unwieldy Norseman who comes
On a typical day in the life of Lena Galamini, she’ll wake up at six in the morning and go running for an hour. Then she’ll come home and do between 100 and 200 pushups, stretch, and begin walking to Winskill Aquatic and Fitness Centre
At one time in history the competition of space between European agrarian practices and Indigenous hunting and gathering pushed apart civilizations. But today the two cultures are coming together to collaborate and learn from one another. Kent Mullinix, director of the Institute for Sustainable Food
When speaking with Tsawwassen Olympian Markus Thormeyer, it’s easy to forget I’m with one of the best swimmers on the planet. It’s true that his six-foot-five height and athletic build hints at his abilities, but his soft-spoken and humble words betray no hint of ego.