As you know, Canada Day is coming up, Monday, July 1st is the day. If you are not a federally regulated employee and are scheduled to work on that day, chances are you will get a day off with pay. Yay!
Today I have come bearing an olive branch. If you live, or have been in Downtown Vancouver long enough you know that parking is somewhat really expensive. I mean, $4-6 per hour seems a little off to me even when you are trying to encourage people to take public transit. But fear not, for I have gained the knowledge that I will share.
I have recently received a driving ticket. Without getting into much detail, I’ll explain how the process of disputing the fine amount through ICBC goes.
As you may know from the previous post about phone plans in Vancouver, at some point of time (about 2-3 years ago) the most common way to get a descent phone plan and a good device you had to sell your soul and a first-born child in a vortex of a 3-year sentence. However, the recent changes in the CRTC (Canadian Radio-television Communications Commission) guidelines play in customers’ favour.
This weekend I got booked for the weekend to play at the Sunrise Paradise in Squamish. I am incredibly excited, as this is the first outdoor festival where I am going to get a chance to play (three 1-hour sessions, actually). Drum&Bass sets are expected from me, which is great, because I have a ton of Summery bangers I’ve been wanting to play on a large sound system.