Tomorrow is Remembrance Day. Without being there, none of us will ever really know what it’s like. However if you watch some of the documentaries and programing about any of the wars Canada has been involved with, you will appreciate what you have that much more. Show your appreciation tomorrow at the Civic Centre and the Cenotaph. Prince George Remembrance Day Ceremonies tomorrow will be at the Civic Centre and the Cenotaph at City Hall. You are asked to be seated by 9:15am for the program,then the parade to the Cenotaph will be at 10:45am, followed by 2 minutes of silence at 11am .
Lots of texts from drivers including traffic cop Al Steinhauser this morning, warning the roads are slick…Slow down. And check Drive BC for conditions before you hit the highway for that long weekend road trip.
Chillin for Charity is happening tomorrow 5:30-7:30 at CN Centre. For more on Chillin for Charity click the pic.
The Cougars Hero’s Night is Saturday night (right after Chillin for Charity) when the play Everett.
Congrats to Kelly Hendricks who won our last pair of Beat The Box Office tickets for Cirque Crystal. Tickets go on sale this morning at Tickets North
Here’s our Big Smart Head question for this morning. “Research notes that middle children are the most this of all the birth orders. ….What is it?” First correct answer wins ten New York Fries bucks and our Drive coffee mug. Jacquie nailed it. Scroll down for the answer.
In Poland it’s almost law that you procreate. They’ve even created a video to inspire you to get…jiggy.
When it happens at home you can blame it on the dog but when it happens on a popular game show…..
Ok so last week a guy posted a very professional ad for his girlfriends used 1996 Honda Accord. He was asking $499. Then the used car company CarMax responded with their own ad. First take a look at the ad for the Honda and yes it’s worth pausing the video at the end and reading the fine print. Then watch the CarMax ad.
Some Music News;
Sometimes people can feel that something bad is about to happen. That was not true of Metallica the day that bassist Cliff Burton died in a bus accident overseas. Drummer Lars Ulrich says their last show with Burton in Stockholm in 1986 went so well, they added a song to the set. Audio of Burton’s last show and what Ulrich believes was the last photo of Burton onstage with Metallica are included in the new boxed-set reissue of their “Master of Puppets” album, out today.
The answer to the Big Smart Head question is ‘Secretive’