Many people have heard of the Electoral College. Few people, other than those that are REALLY into Presidential elections understand how it works, most of whom are the ones actually running for President. On election night they keep talking about how the winner needs 270 electoral votes in order to be declared the winner.
He opened a store in the small town, successfully operating it until being elected to the office of sheriff of Clinch county. He was commissioned to the office in January 1873. His brother Jackson was there to lend him support and aid in his capacity as a deputy when the need arose.
Dr. Vera Etches, Ottawa medical officer of health, says, is the need to balance the importance of the care that (family members) are providing with the risk that they will introduce infection into a population which is at higher risk. Balance is the key.
Marty Pietruszka smiles as a goat climbs on him during a goat yoga class on Wednesday, June 28, at the The Mother Ranch in Longmont. When Kristen Rubow Rey’s son suffered a concussion playing high school sports, she started playing with ways to enrich therapy for him to recover more quickly and more fully from his injury. When she got good results from her intuitive work, she branched out and began supporting adults with TBI.
An advance estimate from Statistics Canada expects a 15.6 per cent sales drop in April compared to March, though the agency suggested that figure could change.goes without saying that either figure the one for March or the one for April would be record breaking, but that back to back declines of this magnitude take us into fully uncharted waters, Derek Holt, Scotiabank head, capital markets economics, said in note to clients on Friday.Holt said Canadian retail was already in a bad place before the pandemic the barn doors off, noting the sector sales volumes haven grown since the third quarter of 2018.made a bad situation exponentially worse, he said.But it was clear from the StatsCan data on Friday that there was an obvious divide between the winners and losers of this retail reckoning, with essential businesses on one side and non essential ones on the other.The hardest hit retailers those selling clothing, shoes and luxury items such as jewelry lost half their sales or more in March compared to a year earlier. And the best off industries grocery, beer and liquor had year over year sales increases of between 20 and 30 per cent.Back to back declines of this magnitude take us into fully uncharted watersDerek Holt, ScotiabankThe one outlier was convenience stores, an essential business that had a relatively ho hum month, with a 0.6 per cent decline in year over year sales.But Alimentation Couche Tard Inc., owners of the global Circle K brand, on Friday said the decline in March was a blip.Corner stores scrambled during the last two weeks of March to adapt to an upside down world in which popping into a store for one item was essentially forbidden. People were also filling up less on gas, and therefore shopping less at stores attached to gas stations.didn get out of their home, and if they did, it was to make this big stockup at the grocery store, said St Trudel, Couche Tard senior vice president of operations for Canada.