The Underappreciated Perks of Living on a Fault Line

It’s summer in B.C. and people are either jumping in their jorts for patio season, or complaining that it’s a) too hot, b) not hot enough, c) too expensive to do anything fun, or d) that there is nothing to do. As British Columbians, we also deal with water restrictions and the potential threat of... Continue Reading

The Underappreciated Perks of Living on a Fault Line

It’s summer in B.C. and people are either jumping in their jorts for patio season, or complaining that it’s a) too hot, b) not hot enough, c) too expensive to do anything fun, or d) that there is nothing to do.   As British Columbians, we also deal with water restrictions and the potential threat of... Continue Reading