Gladue related services are currently offered at courts in Toronto, Hamilton, Brantford, the Waterloo Wellington area and Sarnia. Toronto and Sarnia also have dedicated Gladue courts. “Gladue reports are utilized to explain to the court why there should be an alternative to incarceration.
Some rumors about Paisley Park can’t survive the fact checker. Long ago, I was told that Prince had excavated an underground cave at the complex to indulge his love of natural reverb. For years, when the subject of Paisley Park came up, I mentioned this alleged cave other people had heard of it too.
The olives that accompany every meal are delicious, as is the tapenade ($5.95). And the bread is to die for. They fly the bocadillo rolls in from Spain par baked and finish them up in their ovens. 25), Jessica Shepard was the espnW and College Sports Madness National Player of the Week (Jan. 25). Her most recent honors came after becoming the first player in Nebraska history to produce a 30 point, 20 rebound performance at Michigan Jan.
Gloria Kim, Toronto, Cumberland, Yorkville Gloria Kim knows how to wear a dress with volume. The dress Kim wears here, picked up at the Sunday vintage market at St. Lawrence Market, is a translucent cream draped over another dress and lined with layers of material to hold the playful silhouette. At the neckline is a black ribbon laced through the top material and tied on the chest in a bow. The colour pops on top her subdued but chic ensemble. Aenlle sandals were bought on sale last year at Spring and her shorts were also found on sale at Forever 21 for only five dollars.
This combination of Friday, Sept. 22, 2017 photos shows eight of the Little Rock Nine, the black teenagers who had to be escorted by federal troops past an angry white mob and through the doors of Central High School in Little Rock, Ark., on Sept. 25, 1957.
The students on the “Carlton Beam Team,” in Grades 9 to 12, have been studying the effects of potassium supplementation on canola plants infected with blackleg fungal disease. Next week the students will use the CLS beamlines to perform elemental and molecular analysis on the plants, enabling them to conclusively determine the effects of potassium on the disease.”Our whole question that we want to research and find out at the CLS is if varying the amount of potassium in the soil will affect how the blackleg spreads in the plant,” Katie Tolley, one of the Grade 12 students involved in the project, said.The students are testing three groups of 20 plants with different potassium levels, as well as a control group. Tolley said roughly 75 per cent of the plants are going to the CLS for analysis, while the others will be monitored at the school for additional data.Tolley said preliminary findings have been surprising, because the plants grown in high levels of potassium have been showing more signs of blackleg than others.”We’ll know more once we look at it on a molecular level,” she said.”There are two different beamlines that we get access to,” explained Grade 11 student Levi Lundell.