There is a Crown Corporation called TransLink (not Translink), which is the only provider of the public transportation in the Greater Vancouver area. They operate in the Greater Vancouver area, including Vancouver, Richmond, Tri-Cities and so on. Unless you drive, ride a bicycle or skateboard, chances are that public transport is a part of your daily routine.
Most of us have had neighbours that produce a lot of noise and are rather unpleasant to live with. :struggle: Today I was awaken twice: once by my mother’s call, and second time by a loud construction noise from across the street. From the looks of it, it is long from being finished, so I got concerned that would be of a regular occurrence in the next few weeks (I like to sleep, okay?).
I’m sure that many of you like free stuff, I know I do. But if you are not stupid (I know you are not, since you read my blog 🙂 ) you understand that nothing is free, and somebody had to pay for it. As some of you know, there is a classified ads website called CraigsList (CL), which has a section dedicated to people giving their old or unused stuff away. There are some copy-cats (click “Continue Reading” for links); and while some of them have decent listings, CL has the most ads.
As charted by the Canadian Hydrographic Service, approximately one-third of Canada is underwater. There are more than 20,000km/12,000mi of coastlines, 25,000 lakes and tens of thousands of miles of rivers and streams here.