2015 Canadian Federal Election · Federal · New Westminster · Politics · Satire

Kyle Routledge answers New West-Burnaby MP Questions

Kyle Routledge is the Green Party candidate for New Westminster-Burnaby, hoping to represent us all on a federal level, and he answered my questions to the Member of Parliament candidates. Obviously this is all satire so if you’re a complete asshole and use any of these answers in some kind of stupid candidate shaming activity… Continue reading Kyle Routledge answers New West-Burnaby MP Questions

2015 Canadian Federal Election · Federal · New Westminster · Politics · Satire

Questions for New Westminster-Burnaby MP Candidates

It’s election time again! And you all know what that means — more stupid questions from yours truly! This time it’s a federal election, and sleepy little New Westminster gets lumped together with a bit of Burnaby to form the new New Westminster—Burnaby electoral district. We have four declared candidates: Peter Julian (NDP, and considered… Continue reading Questions for New Westminster-Burnaby MP Candidates

New Westminster · Satire · Transportation

New Westminster Police Department steps up traffic enforcement

During his 2014 campaign, New Westminster Mayor Jonathan X. Cote promised to “target regular and consistent traffic enforcement to discourage drivers from cutting through local neighbourhoods.” Three days into his term, the effects of this promise were displayed as members of the New Westminster Police Department descended upon the Queens Park neighbourhood to apprehend a… Continue reading New Westminster Police Department steps up traffic enforcement

Satire

Found! The missing edits from Jonathan Cote’s inaugural address

While rooting through the recycling bins at New Westminster’s City Hall, I found what looked to be a speech printed out on the City’s letterhead. There are a lot of things crossed out with red pen, but it’s pretty obvious that this is an early draft of incoming mayor Jonathan Cote’s inaugural address. I’m going… Continue reading Found! The missing edits from Jonathan Cote’s inaugural address