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Space is dark. Let's face it. It's not all "let's be friends with our alien brethren" in our vision of the Star Trek Universe. Here the United Federation of Planets has a dark underbelly and the daring crew of the Nosferatu boldly goes where Starfleet fears to tread. These are desperate times. We are the desperate measure. DarkerProjects.com - Audio Theater in a Darker Shade
 
This collection from Darker Projects brings the Star Trek series back to life with a fictional account of our universe on the brink of war. With stakes running high a splinter group decides to take on the most morally dubious missions and bring us the listeners along for the ride. Sometimes in war there are no good options and this series explores those darker decisions that don't have to be made in everyday life. The story is action packed and goes at light speed jumping around the universe ...
 
Although topical messages may be appropriate and even necessary at times, we are committed to the verse by verse exposition of Scripture. We trust that as we go through God's Word we will receive what God intends for us to learn. We believe God is sovereign and superintends His word so that every section of Scripture will be greatly profitable for our lives (2 Tim. 3.16, Jer. 1.12).
 
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Can Vancouver square the circles of it’s budget? Staff have presented their budget to council calling for a 5% property tax hike, which translates to ten bucks a month for the average homeowner. And while many departments face cuts, the police think their increase is actually a decrease (math is hard) and want more. They need not fear though, becau…
 
Floods. Keep up with the latest from the Fraser Valley Current. Vancouver loves public hearings. A lot. So much that they’ve spent four meetings already discussing a proposal to streamline rentals along arterials. Unsurprisingly, those writing in opposition live in rich areas. Vacancy controls are coming to SROs though with only one councillor oppo…
 
The False Creek South plan, carefully crafted and presented by city staff, has been unanimously sent back to the drawing board by council. But maybe it’s for the better. Yes is now Progress and everyone was there for the launch. The Vancouver Plan is getting rave reviews despite only being at the survey stage (but do answer that survey). North Shor…
 
Two transit-themed interviews this week. First, Ian talks again with Andrew McCurran, Director, Strategic Planning & Policy with Translink about the Transport 2050 draft regional transportation strategy. The final version of this document will guide the transit provider over the next thirty years. Make sure to read the strategy and provide feedback…
 
Aaron Gunn is officially wants to be in the race for leader of the BC Liberals but other contestants are divided over whether he should get the green light. First, we line up the Battle of the 90s NDP in this week’s Greatest BC Premier Bracket. Vote now. Links Segment 1: Welcome to the Gunn Show Latest B.C. Liberal leadership candidate accused of b…
 
Kennedy Stewart abandons a key plank of the city’s climate policy just like a contractor has abandoned work on a north shore wastewater facility. Links Parking program Parking program staff presentation and staff report. Christine Boyle’s explanation Melissa De Genova’s reasons for opposing it Kennedy Stewart’s press release Pete Fry’s amendment Ke…
 
We survived the federal election where nothing happened so we can turn our attention fully toward the upcoming municipal elections but first perhaps a byelection in Coquitlam. The massive cull of coyotes in Stanley Park resulted in four coyotes being “lethally removed” as well as two arrests. Vision announces a call for candidates, which draws up s…
 
The province is stepping up where the Park Board failed and the coyotes of Stanley Park will soon all be dead. And in Surrey, the Mayor may or may not have started an angry confrontation that may or may not have ended with his foot being run over. Matthew calls in from Pender Island for our first post-summer episode. Links Active trapping of coyote…
 
In this video, we talked about effectively engage with stakeholders.Please do not forget to subscribe to our channel and like our videos. We offer course related to the following subjects. Contact us via email if you questions about the courses we offer: can.izgi@gmail.com or gokremtekir@gmail.com* Project Management* Project Management Certificati…
 
In this video, we talked about section 3.1. SECTION - BE A DILIGENT, RESPECTFUL, AND CARING STEWARD (STANDARD) Please do not forget to subscribe to our channel and like our videos. We offer course related to the following subjects. Contact us via email if you questions about the courses we offer: can.izgi@gmail.com or gokremtekir@gmail.com* Project…
 
In this video, we talked about project management principles.Please do not forget to subscribe to our channel and like our videos. We offer course related to the following subjects. Contact us via email if you questions about the courses we offer: can.izgi@gmail.com or gokremtekir@gmail.com* Project Management* Project Management Certification Exam…
 
The conflict of interest case against Michael Wiebe is dismissed. We break down the ruling. A Better City is looking for a mayoral candidate and Surrey Connect announces theirs. Jean Swanson gives out drugs and is accused of trafficking. Perhaps the new Mount Pleasant Community Policing Centre would have intervened. And Burnaby Council cools on the…
 
Leave a review for Broken Bulbs Today, Joseph Sim joins us for a few laughs about a time when he forget what the bride looked like when he went to a wedding shoot. Even a talented filmmaker like Joe makes mistakes. Of course, we can laugh now, but it was an embarrassing moment all the same. BROKEN BULBS: Leave a Review Website Instagram Twitter Pat…
 
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