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Michigan's "Super Drunk" Driving Law: What You Need to Know

It’s been a little over five years since Michigan’s “Super Drunk” Driving Law took effect. The law specifically targets drivers with a blood alcohol content (“BAC”) of 0.17 or higher. 386 more words


Ottawa South MPP tells health care executives to think, talk about death

Ottawa South MPP John Fraser had an eye-opening message for an Algonquin College breakfast gathering Friday that brought together some of the region’s most important health care executives. 541 more words

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John Fraser Joins White Law PLLC as an Associate Attorney - Congratulations John!

White Law PLLC is proud to announce that John W. Fraser has joined our team as an associate attorney. John has been an integral part of our research team while achieving extraordinary accomplishments during law school.  233 more words

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Art of the Day: John Fraser

John Fraser
Composition in Soft Green,  2012
Mixed-media Collage on Wood Panel Constructions with Found Objects
12 7/8″ x 14 1/8″ x 1 3/4″

Art Of The Day

Art of the Day: John Fraser

John Fraser
Conference of the Birds II (Homage to D.H.)              , 2015
Edition 1/25
Epson Ultra Chrome K3 Ink set on Ilforld Gold Prestige Galerie Fibre Silk Paper
13 1/4 x 20 in.

Art Of The Day

John Fraser: Long live the Queen and the values her institution upholds

As Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II surpasses Queen Victoria’s record as the longest reigning monarch on Wednesday, celebrating the simple endurance of this redoubtable, duty-bound sovereign offers a chance to consider the benefits Canada receives from her mere presence as our head of state, and to explain the continuing importance of the Crown in Canada. 1,070 more words

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Elizabeth II: a historic and beneficent reign

Jackson was chief of protocol for Saskatchewan from 1980 to 2005. He is vicepresident of the Institute for the Study of the Crown in Canada and author of "The Crown and Canadian Federalism." The Queen appointed him a Commander of the Royal Victorian Order in 2005. 663 more words