I had clients who became very ill during the past year or had a close friend or family member suffer from some kind of intense health crisis. I had clients who have lost their jobs, filed for bankruptcy, closed their businesses after years and years of service, while others lost everything they owned. I don know anyone who wasn touched by the passing of someone they knew, loved and respected a number that seemed greater this past year than in any period before it..
Tomorrow in temperatures will drop off down into the middle teens to lower 20s. Temperatures on the windshield improved as we go into the afternoon but not much. In the teens but that’s it. Debatable you ever going to convince a snowplough driver to pull over though. I recall heading east just after they raised the barricades off Highway 17 by Walmart a few winters ago. It was a slushy late season snowstorm mess and the plough I met between Ignace and Dryden was heading east at about 50 kph.
I love my kids today. We were competitive, loose balls, hustle plays. We got those balls. Sphero SPRK+ robots will introduce students to the fundamentals of block coding. Students will compete in a game of bowling by navigating their robots down the lane at the right angle for a strike. More experienced students can direct their SPRK+ through block coding while less experienced students can draw the path for their robot..
I went out Saturday night to mingle but not at George’s birthday party. Nope, I ended up at the hospital. My temperature went up to 39.9 and if I didn’t go Alice would choke me for not going. One likes budget cuts, said Principal Janice Geary of Junior High School 259 in Dyker Heights. I really believe if you prudent and you careful, 1.75% truthfully and I don want to belittle my colleagues isn that hard to deal with. Geary added that she always supplements her budget by raising funds from private sources, politicians, and grant monies..
This building is a six year project according to the President of LCFD 10’s Board of Directors Jim McBride. The groundbreaking was in April, and the hope is to be in the building by the end of September. The building will have a kitchen, bathroom with showers, two offices, and classrooms.
“Nibinamik First Nation and Webequie First Nation are collaborating together on creating a plan to improve infrastructure between the two First Nation communities. Nibinamik First Nation is and has been committed to maintaining environmental stewardship and protection of its traditional lands with input from its members as being necessary to the creation of any future infrastructure planning or projects. The Joint Community Access Infrastructure Planning Agreement does not affect or diminish Nibinamik First Nation’s commitment to the Regional Framework Agreement, Matawa communities, or any of its neighbouring communities” Chief Johnny Yellowhead of Nibinamik First Nation.