Storm proves it’s time for the City to take decisive action to protect our watershed.

What do you need to do? If you agree with this proposal and would like to see it made reality, please write to the AV News, Times Colonist, City Council, the ACRD, and the Province of British Columbia. I have contact information at the bottom of this page. To the Editor – I don’t want […]

Fuel Stats for 2018 for my Toyota Prius C and fuel price, economy, CO2 emissions over time.

I track my fuel use semi-religiously. I have used the fuel log book at bcgasprices.com (also known as Gas Buddy) since May 2006 to track the price, fill, and odometer of every single gas purchase. It’s a great habit to get into. It really makes you think about the gas you’re using and it can […]

Coal Trains still coming back to Vancouver Island?

Certainly looks like it. A few months ago there were some articles online about a company looking to get the rights to and then mine coal near Courtney here on Vancouver Island. It caused quite a stir, particularly in the rail community as the company directly mentioned the close proximity to the E&N and the […]