Canada’s Sub-Prime Situation and Peak Oil

While the following article represents some of the least investigative of all investigative journalism that I’ve had the pleasure of reading in recent months, it does raise a question – how much risk is Canada’s real estate market really at in this global crisis? Canada’s dirty subprime secret Since the subprime mortgage meltdown in […]

The Death of the Mall

Since moving from a “big city” the perceived need to go to the mall has lessened. We still get those pangs of rural fever where we just need to go to a “real city” like Kelowna, Spokane, Vancouver or Calgary. Living away from the City makes you realize just how much time we used to […]