It’s hard to believe it is already that time of year again. We are getting ready to go to the Spirit of the North Gala Auction and the Prince George Festival of Trees.
As we all know there are many organizations to support in our city. But I believe that Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation is a worthy cause for everyone living in the city. Read more »
As the keynote speaker for the UNBC Graduate Student Conference, I am looking forward to sharing how we can make the economy in Northern BC more resilient, more diversified, as well as more sustainable with well paying employment opportunities.
You’re invited to join me for the conference on March 1 as the topic I am going to be speaking about affects everyone – not just engineers and people interested in the sciences.
Although I am not an economist, I know that economies are more stable Read more »
As some of you might be aware, this Friday is the Il Carnevale Di Venezia
(aka The Masquerade Ball) for the PGSO. I was asked just a few days ago, “I thought you stepped down from the board. Are you still going to the Masquerade?”
True, after being elected for City Council, I did step down after being on the board for three years. However, my wife and I are still big supporters of arts in the community… especially to do with music and the Prince George Symphony Orchestra.
This past Saturday night I had a wonderful time supporting the arts at the annual Theatre NorthWest International Wine Festival. It was an opportunity to taste new wines from BC (and all over), enjoy good food and talk to more people.
I ended up in a conversation with a group of entrepreneurs. As they laughed about not ever wanting to run for city council themselves, I found myself explaining how the experience as an entrepreneur taught me many things that I will bring into this election. Here are some of the things I heard myself saying Saturday night: Read more »