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I thought this was a wonderful combination of expertise (law) applied to fun interests (superheroes, fictional characters).

The latest thing covered is the contract that Bilbo Baggins signed in The Hobbit.
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What a great idea. I'm surprised that I've never heard of such a design being used here in Canada.
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This is one of the greatest things I've seen in a long time! I remember a blog where a guy was attempting to take photos of himself doing poses of women off some novel covers & one of men in traditional pin up poses, but I think this might top them; definitely does in terms of number of submissions.
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After looking at the restaurant listings for Fredericton, I've realized that I have eaten at almost every single one. Sometimes I feel like I should find a way to become a restaurant reviewer.
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Perth-Andover is my hometown & it's currently devestated. While the community is strong and doing what they can, supported by more efforts from friends & family from across the country, it's going to be a long, hard haul.
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Best wishes to the royal family on the new addition!

May you find the time to spend helping him grow into an understanding, friendly, intelligent man, regardless of the duties royal life thrusts upon you.
 
It’s a Prince - sign the card & send your congratulations.

On behalf of the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge, +Clarence House  has announced the birth of their son, who was born today at 4.24pm BST in London. 

Join us in marking this historic occasion - simply +1 this post from +Google UK to add your profile picture and name to our special online card, which you can see at g.co/royalbaby

To write a message to appear on the card, reshare this post and put your message in the text of your reshare. A printed version of the card will be presented to Kensington Palace.

We’ll be closing the card to new entries on 6th August, for more details visit http://goo.gl/0cpKWI

To appear on the card, you'll need to have added your picture to your profile.

#RoyalBaby     #RoyalBabyBoy  
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Great thoughts from Dave Newport & commenters on this topic. His perspective echoes my own in terms of how sustainability & resilience work together, though I don't consider resilience a new idea, just that it's become a buzzword recently. It's taken years for us to discuss and make attempts to define sustainability, and just as long to bring it into everyday conversations. Any term that one tries to replace sustainability with will have to undergo the same kind of refining and education curve. We are better off working with the over-arching term we have, the many ideas associated with it and creating local definitions using shared concepts.
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I think this is a really innovative use of microbiology and quite neat.
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This is going to be a fabulous event in Ottawa! Come check out the yarnbombed Paratranspo bus in front of Suzy Q's that we're doing!
 
http://www.nuitblancheottawa.ca/

BIENVENUE NUIT BLANCHE OTTAWA (NBO)
Nuit Blanche—literally “white night”—is a sleepless night that translates to “an all-night arts and culture extravaganza” on the back of the one-time, overnight sensation that lit up Paris in 2002 and spread to cities worldwide. Find out more about Nuit Blanche Ottawa’s (NBO) dazzling theme “La Vie est Belle/Life is Beautiful”.

Nuit Blanche comes to Ottawa on September 22, 2012!

Organized by BRAVO (Bureau des artistes visuels de l’Ontario), the free public event will transform public and private spaces of participating Ottawa neighbourhoods creating temporary night-time galleries and performance spaces. On Saturday, September 22, 2012, thousands of people will attend Ottawa’s very first Nuit Blanche, to witness a city pulsing with color and creativity. Art and cultural venues will remain open late in to the night as art lovers of all ages, residents and tourists alike, walk through the warm fall night to experience innovative and provocative works by artists from Ottawa and beyond.

Guided by a free bilingual program – online, via mobile and in print – that describes each artist, performance and maps the event, visitors will be whisked between neighbourhoods on special Nuit Blanche shuttles. Restaurants, coffee shops, bars and stores in the Byward Market, West Wellington Street and Hintonburg plan to stay open into the wee hours to accommodate all.

Putting Ottawa in the same league as other G8 capitals— many of which have their own Nuit Blanche events—this night will showcase the skill and creativity vital to the cohesion and dynamism of our community, the success of our industries, and the recognition of our city as an important partner and art destination.  Equally important, Nuit Blanche places Ottawa’s dynamic visual arts scene squarely on the city’s famous festival map!

The Executive Committee, staffed by a small group of artists and specialist administrators and supported by a growing corps of volunteers has won the support of galleries and venues across the city. Two internationally known curators are now finalizing the shows and performances for Ottawa’s inaugural sleepless night of art, performance and culture.  

On the 22nd of September stay the night with Nuit Blanche Ottawa. 

THE THEME: LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL / LA VIE EST BELLE
An ode to life, the first edition of Nuit Blanche Ottawa will present a spectacular array of visual, media and performance art from the National Capital region and around the world, paying homage to the incredible creative human spirit. In the darkest of times, artists have been able to shine light where there was none; capable of reimagining the world as a perfect place where peace, love and equality reigns for all. An exhibition like no other, incorporating performances, new media, street art, video installations, and interdisciplinary art, Nuit Blanche Ottawa will be a passionate manifestation of our collective hopes and dreams.

Life is Beautiful will bring together diverse artists who will interpret in their own unique way the beauty and dignity of human life. Can artists positively influence how we perceive the world, and each other? Can art propogate better understanding, change and progress?

For this first edition of Nuit Blanche Ottawa, we call upon artists to submit projects that encourage community development, interaction, collaboration, celebration and commemoration. Works can be political or personal, grandiose or intimate, educational or playful – all we require is that projects be positive, hopeful and life-affirming. As thousands upon thousands of visitors converge in Ottawa’s growing cultural districts for an all-nighter of art and exchange, let us take this opportunity to celebrate the transformative power of art and the creative human spirit that binds us all.

CONTACT
nuitblanche@nuitblancheottawa.ca
Nuit Blanche Ottawa
Sat, September 22, 2012, 6:30 PM
Ottawa

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  • Dalhousie University
    Master of Environmental Studies, 2009 - present
  • University of New Brunswick
    B.Sc., 2002 - 2007
  • Southern Victoria High School
    2002
  • University of New Brunswick
    B.A., 2002 - 2007
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My family has been frequenting The Cabin since the 60s when my parents were in high school. It's exactly the kind of old school little diner that one wants for a "home-cooked" meal or a hangover breakfast. While I haven't had it, I've heard nothing but great things about their bread pudding. I tend to go for the slightly greasy breakfast. The food isn't high end, but it's filling and made right on the spot. One can even watch the cook do things on the grill if he sits at the counter. The decor is 50s/60s style with records on the walls. By far my favourite thing about the Cabin has always been that the booths along the walls have functioning jukeboxes on which you can buy a song for $0.25 that will be played throughout the restaurant. Even after the it burned down & was rebuilt, they made sure to have the jukeboxes again. It's best to go to the Cabin outside of regular meal times because there is only parking for maybe 10-12 cars including the space out back. The biggest booth seats about 4 adults, maybe 6 university students, so it's not ideal for a big group breakfast.
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Food: GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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Isaac's Way is a restaurant at which I often find myself when I'm in Fredericton. It has great atmosphere and decor, with a piano painted bench and local art everywhere. Often, the art is a part of their regular art auctions to raise money for music classes for kids, etc. This dedication to doing something for the community is one of the reasons that I frequent here. The food is tasty non-pub food such as Peppered Haddock Tips, Apple Chicken Curry, and a lamb burger. Generally the food is very good, but I have occasionally had slightly overcooked sweet potato fries. For some of the meals you can buy them in lunch or dinner-sized portions. The drink menu features wine, spirits, cocktails and beer, including local stuff. One of my favourite drinks is something no longer listed on the menu, but still served if one asks. It's called a Canadian Toque and is hot chocolate, Bailey's and a bit of whipped cream. It's nothing fancy, but lovely to warm up with. Isaac's is a place where everyone can find something to enjoy, hence why my friend group often gathers there. In addition, it's great for group meals because there is a private back room for events that anyone can reserve. The outdoor patio has slightly covered and uncovered sections and there are seats near electrical outlets for those who enjoy a drink while doing some work.
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Food: Very goodDecor: ExcellentService: Very good
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I was looking for a shampoo & trim; I walked in off the street and was immediately taken care of and it only cost me $23+tip! Exactly what I was looking for.
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