Interest in pursuing this case is puzzling,” Oakley said. “I think it has more to do with politics than the law. This case would seem almost comically cut and dried. Remember, this was 15 years ago and Twitter hadn’t yet been invented. Neither had Instagram or Snapchat. Facebook was still a baby.
While you are waiting, make a batch of Hard Shell Chocolate Sauce (recipe below) and pour into the Zoku Chocolate Station, glass measuring cup or wide mouth jar. Cut up 1/4 cup of mini marshmallows into tiny pieces for garnishing the pops. Remove the frozen pops from the mold and dip into the chocolate sauce and then quickly garnish with the cut marshmallows..
Corso and Edwards incorporated performances into the video that will be shown Oct. 6, which include poetry readings as well as belly dance artist Sahra DeRoy, percussionist Koku Kuwanu, poet Christine Telfer and performers Maria Laranginho and Keiko Maeda. The music for the film was done by Aaron Lefebvre.
We live in critical times for global health. Big gains made during the millennium development goals era, including a halving of child mortality from 1990 to 2015, fuelled optimism about unabated or even accelerated progress. We hear talk of the end of AIDS, universal health coverage by 2030, and a pandemic free world.
After many years of fighting to have long guns exempted, lobbyists are finally seeing some movement from Ottawa. Conservative backbencher Candice Hoeppner, the Annie Oakley of Portage la Prairie, introduced her controversial private member’s bill last week to end the long gun registry. Its passage is a victory for rural Canadians.
Caldarelli, Miko Adrienne Calixte, Christopher L. Campbell, Nicholas Caramuche, Kelsey Carlon, Owen D. Carrasquilla, Gabriel Anthony Carrero, Ryan Carson, Joseph H. Within the first 48 hours of Canada slipping into a pandemic induced lockdown, had to close more than 20 bars, clubs and restaurants he owns in Toronto and Montreal, lay off 2,600 employees, pull the plug on multiple construction projects and cancel some of the most popular summer festivals in both cities.He alternates between sounding stunned, dejected and hopeful when talking about the plight of Ink Entertainment, a company he founded 36 years ago that has, to a large extent, been responsible for crafting the sleek, exclusive, corporate but fun, ritzy but arrogant vibe of Toronto entertainment and clubbing districts.sad, draining, straining: I don have a good adjective for this, let put it that way, he said over the phone from his penthouse unit in Bisha Hotel, the company jewel in downtown Toronto that opened just two years ago.been moving very fast lately, we had a lot of projects in the works and for that to come to a halt in just a few days is just sad. I sad.wanted to keep French Made open for my mental health and just to have some sort of activity in the building where I live so I don feel so depressed, he said. The cafe is not making money, because we have to pay for labour, supplies, things like that but I just wanted to leave some life in the building.