In the fall of 1970, Canadian prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau found himself facing a dilemma. Prior to entering politics, he was best known as a forceful champion of Canadian federalism against the rising tide of Quebec separatism. 1,405 more words
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What are you doing the evening of April 27? Looking for laughter and critical thinking?
A show of comedy, reason, and alcohol. FUNNY YOU SHOULD THINK THAT is a monthly event (intelligently) designed to make you laugh and think. 75 more words
When they can’t get off the ground.
Seriously, a wild, free-living hummingbird can’t get too fat. Fat is fuel for migration, and they pack on the grams as necessary to prepare for travel and shed them just as quickly when the journey is over.
It appears that we are off to a good start in our community gatherings and I see a number of groups beginning to solidify into their identity. 610 more words