B.C. braces for heatwave, welts to continue in early weeks

B.K. Kellogg has been tapped to write a new B.S. thesis on how the sun and weather have changed over the years.

Kellogg, who retired from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 2013, said the thesis will be on how we got here, where we are now and how we are going to get back.

He said the book will be a collection of his thoughts and observations on the weather, climate and weather extremes in the country.

“It’s an interesting book because I’ve always had a love for the weather,” Kellogg said.

“In my life, I’ve never been in a climate war.

So, it’s a book that really brings me back to the days of the summer, where there were so many sunny days and it was just a great time to be out.”

Kellog has lived in the area for a number of years, and he said he has noticed changes in the weather in the past year.

“We’ve had a few years of really hot summers, and it’s been a little bit of a bit of hot-season here in British Columbia, which has definitely been affecting us,” Kellog said.

Kelgows research will look at how the climate has changed over time and how it affects people and how the weather has affected people and animals.

Kendall L. Pash, a professor in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy at Simon Fraser University, said climate change and the sun are important subjects in his research.

“Climate change has implications for both human and environmental well-being,” Pash said.

“The effect of a warming climate is already having a significant effect on local ecosystems and species.”

There’s no doubt that a warming planet is a challenge for people and the environment.

There are a lot of potential impacts that can arise from warming, including more intense storms, more intense droughts and floods, and more extreme weather events.

“Kel G. and Susan Kelgows are expecting to be the hosts of the next episode of CBC’s popular CBC TV series “The Kelgow Show” on Oct. 25.

Kellog will also be the show’s host and executive producer.