“Incitement to Insurrection” is the phrase of the year. The spotlight is also on stylish Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who famously repeated her impeachment outfits. Nancy’s ‘look’ and perfectly coiffured hair will be carefully analysed for hidden messages.
Of course, a lot has changed since 2007. The left have benefitted from President Sarkozy abysmal ratings earlier this year his popularity dropped to around 30%. And, under the leadership of Martine Aubry, the Socialist Party has become infused with a renewed sense of optimism.
There’s a bit of humour, a bit of sentiment, a bit of action, which is what we see in every film but the oldness of content is superseded by newness of form. Here too, as with trailers from Hollywood, we are presented a procession of fast cut images, but these images actually add up to something, and by the end (which contains a charming twist in the tale), that something is what makes us want to watch the film, bask in its vibe. We can only hope that the two plus hour film lives up to these two minutes..
The Streets Division will keep 32 crews on the salt routes through the evening rush hour and into the evening. A deployment of 32 crews will come on at midnight to relieve the crews that worked through the evening rush and continue working the salt routes there the overnight hours to keep them open and ready for the Wednesday morning commute. As a reminder, the salt routes are the only streets in Madison that receive a salt treatment and they are the major thoroughfares of Madison, Madison Metro bus routes, and roads around schools and hospitals.
Francis Xavier University and recently completed a program in Leadership at Harvard University.Brad has the leadership skills, ideas, experience and energy to build on our city strengths; take action on the challenges we face; and make Port Coquitlam an even better place to call home. Managing our growth within these natural barriers is important if we want to maintain that small city feeling.With the benefit of 21 years living in Port Coquitlam, I have observed many changes in our community. We have the opportunity to position Port Coquitlam for the future for the future of the young families who choose to make PoCo their home, for the active living community who choose to remain in Poco and for the businesses who support, sustain and invest in this community.Managed growth, a downtown core that serves business and residents, and continued focus on environmental and transportation issues will help to ensure our city remains versatile, viable, and vibrant.