PresidencyGordon Barnhart is seeking a second term as head of the association representing the province cities, towns and villages, despite two recent controversies and at least one reported call for his resignation. Barnhart, who has come under fire for comments about municipal amalgamation and for travel during the pandemic, is up for re election on Monday as the head of Municipalities of Saskatchewan, formerly known as the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association. The Saltcoats mayor sole challenger is Rodger Hayward, who currently serves as the mayor of Naicam and as vice president of towns in the association.
“Who knows what Trump could have accomplished in those 10 minutes? I mean, maybe that when he was finally going to release his health care plan. He could have used that time to walk down half a ramp! And do you have any idea how much Fox News Trump could have watched in that 10 minutes? Like, 10 minutes! So those are they many Joe Biden scandals by the muckraking journalists of conservative media in just his first three weeks in office.” He predicted some Biden scandals that could come next. One of those conservative would be Biden muckrakers lost his platform over the weekend, and The Daily Show also took a moment to say farewell to Fox Business host Lou Dobbs, “the most North Korean broadcaster America has ever seen.” Watch his highlight reel below.
The former president is accused of inciting insurrection. Bruce Castor, who will lead Mr Trump’s defence team, said Democrats were not blamed for rioting during the Black Lives Matter protests over the summer, despite speaking in support of them. “But here, when you have the president of the United States give a speech and says that you should peacefully make your thinking known to the people in Congress, he all of a sudden a villain,” he said.
The systematic review of minimally invasive gastro oesophageal surgery consists in the majority of case reports, with no randomised controlled trials of oesophagectomies and 4 (low quality) randomised controlled trials of gastrectomies. It demonstrates a mortality and morbidity of 2.3% and 46.2% respectively for oesophagectomies; 0.1% and 12.7% respectively for gastrectomies. Data from this review suggests that the minimally invasive approach is beneficial compared to open surgery in terms of reduced mortality, respiratory complications, blood loss and quicker return to a good quality of life (but not reduced hospital stay as expected.).