They are laughing because Johnson is such a clown. They are laughing because he has in recent days presided over a scandal that is also a farce. But they are not laughing at our death toll. In RemembranceThe former town sites are not all that remain of the old mining days. There is also the Rose Hill Cemetery, which is in the process of being restored. Unfortunately, prior to the acquisition of the area by the park system, there was a lot of vandalism and theft of the old headstones.
The eyes truely are the window of the soul. And it can be very hard to deal with because you cant just approach anyone and everyone and pull out and display what they hide deeply and fear more than anything it being exposed (shame based things that are not their fault, its heart wrenching and i wish i could go around veing the crazy lady that reaches out and gives a loving hug to complete strangers! Haha, true story!) And then there are the oblivious fake asses that must provoke being cocky arrogant assholes, at the same time trying to empress or hit on ya, and the more they try to hide who they truely are the more i see and if pushed i will reach in and pull it out, right infront of everyone. Though they get their big ego bruised and hate me forever, they will deny it of course but prove it with their actions, and dont come back for more.
“There is a tremendous difference in the marketplace today,” said Jinks, a retired company executive. “Handgun sales have fallen off. And because of all the pending lawsuits in the various cities and all the liabilities that are involved, you would have to give somebody an incentive, a low price incentive, to take on those liabilities.”.
I’ve been turned away by banks it’s just very hard to get any kind of financing right now.”Bank of Canada unleashes billions to aid economy in what will likely be most severe recession everPeople making up to $1,000 a month will be able to qualify for CERB in new changes to programCOVID 19 measures must help both landlords, tenants: CIBC chiefSince the pandemic hit, federal and provincial governments have come up with a variety of income support programs for businesses including CEBA, a 75 per cent wage subsidy up to a maximum of $847 per week, loans dispensed through the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) and Export Development Canada (EDC), and a slew of tax relief measures.But none of these initiatives provides any financial relief to tiny independent businesses. Even CEBA fails despite being a program that was designed precisely to help smaller enterprises.Meg Watson, the owner of Frances Watson, another independent clothing store in Toronto’s Parkdale neighbourhood, is so incensed that her business has been left out in the cold that she put a sign on her store window that reads “CEBA won’t save us.” The slogan has since spawned a social media hashtag, CEBAwontsaveus.”Telling us we must close our businesses and stay home without any security to do so leaves our hands tied,” she said. “We are doing our part for the greater good, but cannot roll over like martyrs.”Just paying her store’s rent costs $5,000 a month, Watson said, adding she has suffered a 96 per cent drop in sales since mid March, and has $60,000 in invoices due very soon for a spring clothing collection.”Even if the economy comes roaring back to life like Trudeau promises, I will not have any product (to sell) out of fear I cannot pay to purchase it,” she said.We are really the kind of tiny businesses that need help otherwise the list of us that will go bankrupt is going to be pretty longJulie Skirving, proprietor, Logan FinleyThe prospect of hundreds of small businesses closing down clothing shops, flower stores, nail and hair salons is a real one and could dramatically change the cultural makeup of a city such as Toronto, said Janet De Silva, chief executive of the Toronto Region Board of Trade.”We cannot let that happen,” she said.