He knows he has the good life. A career that he loves, a family and enough money to pay the mortgage. And Oscar Lopez never wants to take any of that for granted which is why he loves to hit the road.
His first play was in 1959. It was 10 years later that Bill McFadden got paid to act. And in the 31 years since then, Bill has been plying his trade from coast to coast. But he's also been capturing experiences, tales and personalities that he can put into use at some later date.
It was going to be the crown jewel in the Prince George Track and Field's history of hosting high-calibre track and field meets. Somewhere between 250 and 300 athletes from nations all over the globe would have converged on the city for the World Preview meet in July, prior to attending the World Track and Field meet in Edmonton. But a loss of volunteers has ended Tom Masich's dream of hosting a world event, and put the upcoming PGTFC season on shakey ground.
The recruiting practices of School District 57 for the past decade could best be described in terms of a sniper's rifle precise, pin-point accurate, recruiting on job at a time. The recruitment practices for the next five years will be more like the blast from a shotgun.<br>
If a formal lease arrangement is finalized between local property holders and a Massachusetts-based call centre this week, Stream International could be answering phones in the Brick building as soon as April 1.