Canada Day Cake

Inspired by all you bakers out there in Facebook land, I decided to try my hand at a cake in celebration of Canada Day. I’ll admit it was tricky, but the ingredients were simple enough. So I thought I would share some tips in case you want to attempt it. […] Read More

Moving Force

My thesis is now available in the great library in the sky. The title is Moving force: case study of a sustainability tour as a potential vehicle to enhance application of learning. The abstract is below. Despite concentrated efforts by sustainability practitioners and educators around the world, very little progress […] Read More

Pause

Taking a break from blogging until I wrap up my MA degree. On the final stretch, but miles to go. Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening By Robert Frost Whose woods these are I think I know. His house is in the village though; He will not see me […] Read More

Viaduct Vote

This week City Council will be making a crucial decision on the future of the Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts. After five years of study, consultation, and engagement, the City is on the verge of a once-in-a-generation city-building opportunity for Vancouver. Click here to find out more about the viaducts proposal.

Casting a Vote for All

Reposting this from November 2011. There’s a very important federal election tomorrow. Please vote. I just got back from voting in my municipal election. Every time I vote I get choked up. I guess it’s that “rush of democracy” as one Facebook friend described it this morning. I remember when […] Read More