“They will just have to adapt” 1792 and 2014

B.C. Transportation Minister Todd Stone says aboriginal tourism operators who stand to loose their livelihood because of cuts to BC Ferries Northern Routes will just have to adapt.  Not much has changed in the 222 years since Captain George Vancouver first arrived!

B.C. Transportation Minister Todd Stone says aboriginal tourism operators who stand to loose their livelihood because of cuts to BC Ferries Northern Routes will  “just have to adapt”, revealing that attitudes haven’t changed much in the 222 years since Captain George Vancouver first sailed in!

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About hungdrawnandcultured

I am a "semi-retired" professional cellist, born in England, but living in BC for the past 45 years. I have a passion for drawing and will endeavour to use the medium of pen-and-ink to comment each day on anything current, cultural or comical that catches my attention.

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