Soul Train Line Dance to Earth Wind & Fire’s “Mighty Mighty”
Voguing?????? Kids need to start moving again……..heck….their Parents need to get moving again!!!!!!!
Can you imagine that there are schools that do not have playgrounds ……just concrete encased by a metal fence………………..8 hours in class ………….no significant breaks…………………………and then playing on the concrete………….or not playing…..just smoking…………….or chewing gum……WHO IN MONTREAL DESIGNS THESE SCHOOLS???……..STOP THE SHILLY-SHALLYING AND GET BACK TO WORK!!!!!!
THATS THE WAY I LIKE IT
Ms. Leona Aglukkaq was first elected to work for the Nunavummiut in the House of Commons in October 2008. On October 30th, 2008 she became the first Inuk to be sworn into the Federal Cabinet.
Prior to entering federal politics Ms. Aglukkaq served in the Nunavut Legislative Assembly as the MLA for the district of NATTILIK (communities of Gjoa Haven and Taloyoak).
Christine St Pierre, Quebec’s minister of culture, communications and the status of women, Helen Fotopulos, responsible for culture, heritage, design and the status of women on Montréal’s Executive Committee, and Alan DeSousa, mayor of Saint-Laurent and vice-chair of Montréal’s Executive Committee, are pleased to announce that renowned artist Gwenaël Bélanger will create an artwork to be installed in the borough’s future library. Mr. Bélanger’s project was chosen for its original concept, and his design was submitted during a competitive call for entries. Mr. Bélanger will receive $125,000 to complete his work, a sum that represents 1% of the library’s overall cost of construction.
National Nutrition Month
“I went for a short walk on the Mont Royal” Zzmatt’s photos around Montreal, Canada
March is Nutrition Month in Canada. This year, Dietitians of Canada has chosen the theme, ” Celebrate food…from field to table!” to promote healthy eating.
Our government supports the health and well-being of Canadians and their families, through various healthy-eating initiatives:
Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide and Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide – First Nations, Inuit, and Métis, provide Canadians with simple and easy-to-follow nutrition advice. These guides advise on how much food you need, what types of foods are better for you, and healthy ways to prepare them. The First Nations, Inuit, and Métis guide also reflects the values, traditions, and food choices of Aboriginal peoples.
The Eat Well and Be Active Educational Toolkit includes an educational poster and downloadable activity plans. The Toolkit can be used by health educators to increase Canadians’ knowledge of healthy eating and physical activity, and to inspire them to take action to maintain and improve their health.
Federal, provincial and territorial Health Ministers have agreed to make childhood obesity a collective priority by endorsing Curbing Childhood Obesity: A Federal, Provincial and Territorial Framework for Action to Promote Healthy Weights. This framework is guiding our work to engage citizens, government and non-government partners, as well as industry to develop a shared approach to turning the tide on childhood obesity. This will include discussions on different ways to increase the availability and accessibility of nutritious foods, and to reduce the marketing to children and youth of foods and beverages that are high in fat, sugar, or sodium. We are also seeking opportunities to work with health partners to create environments that support healthy weights.
In the fall, I launched the Nutrition Facts Education Campaign with Food & Consumer Products of Canada. The campaign helps consumers better understand and use the Nutrition Facts table, specifically the % Daily Value. It does this with messaging on food packages, in the national media, and on Health Canada’s educational website. Dietitians of Canada have also included information on the % Daily Value in their newly launched cookbook.
In May 2010, the Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and I announced the creation of Nutrition North Canada, which will replace the Food Mail Program as of April 1, 2011. This new program will subsidize retailers for the cost of shipping healthy, perishable foods to northern isolated communities, as well as support nutrition education activities.
In keeping with National Nutrition Month, I encourage Canadians to make every effort to choose nutritious food, whatever the occasion.
Minister of Health
Government of Canada
Mrs. Glenda Yeates was appointed Deputy Minister of Health Canada in April 2010, after serving as Associate Deputy Minister of Health Canada since May of 2009. Prior to this appointment, Ms. Yeates served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Institute for Health Information (2004 to 2009), Deputy Minister of Health in Saskatchewan (1999 to 2004), and as Saskatchewan Deputy Minister of Social Services (1997 to 1999). She held various Assistant and Associate Deputy Minister positions in Saskatchewan Health, and a number of senior posts in the Saskatchewan Department of Finance. Ms. Yeates has served in the past as a board member for Carleton University, the Ontario Change Foundation, and the Canadian Health Services Research
Ms. Anne-Marie Robinson was appointed Associate Deputy Minister to Health Canada on June 1, 2010. Prior to her appointment, she held the position of Assistant Deputy Minister, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch (FNIHB), Health Canada since October 2008. Prior to that, she was the Vice-President of the Corporate Management Branch of the Public Service Commission of Canada (PSC) since August 2004. Ms. Robinson joined the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs (DIAND) in 1997 as Director of Policy for the Specific Claims Program and held the position until the fall of 2000 when she assumed the responsibilities as Director General, Litigation Management Branch.
Starting her public service career in 1990 as a GST auditor for Customs and Excise, she then joined the Management Trainee Program (MTP) in 1993 and left the taxation field to complete the MTP assignments at the Canada Corporations Directorate, Consumer and Corporate Affairs, and the Policy Research Directorate, DIAND. From 1995 to 1997, Ms. Robinson held positions both at Human Resources Development Canada and the Privy Council Office in the area of Aboriginal Policy. Ms. Robinson holds a BSc in Geological Science, an Honours Bachelor of Commerce and an MSc in Business. She lives in Ottawa with her family.
Top 5 Things To Do In Montreal, Quebec, Canada
HERE ARE SOME OF MY SUGGESTIONS LADIES!!!! :
- SNOW SHOEING
- PING PONG
- SWEDISH SAUNA
- MOUNTAIN CLIMBING
- MEDITATION (Think more positive thoughts and eat less negative foods)
Travel Vlog Post: A Day in Montréal, Canada
- SWEET POTATOEs
- PAPAYAs (I hate this fruit with a passion…but it is good for you….PASSION FRUIT is also very good for the skin…I think???)
- COD FISH (SALT FISH)
- RED KIDNEY BEANS and White Rice
- SUGAR CANE SUGAR
popeye theme song
Listen to Popeye and you can’t go wrong…….he’s MILITARY!!!!!!!!
the all-new popeye hour-intro
1987 “Popeye and Son” Show Teaser and Titles
he had a son who surfs?????…Who knew?
Popeye the Sailor: Bride and Gloom (1954)
Olive Oil looks just like my Aunt from Queens, New York……………….except she’s Black (Afro-American/Afro-British) …..and she doesn’t have ‘DEVIL’ candles in her eyes ……………….not when I visited last, anyway….things could be different, I don’t know…..but everything ELSE….spot on. ~ Vaq
- ALMOND MILK
- ALMOND BUTTER
- PURPLE CABBAGE
- RICE MILK
- HEMP OIL
- COCONUT WATER
- COCONUT OIL
- BROWN SUGAR
- GOAT MILK
- LESS PACKAGED FOODS AND MORE FOOD IN ITS NATURAL STATE
- OLIVE OIL/SAFFLOWER OIL/SUNFLOWER OIL
- TRY VEGETARIANISM /VEGANISM
Soul Train LIne Dance to Curtis Mayfield “Get Down”
People were so skinny back then (1960s-1970s) …..did you notice???? Or is it just my imagination…….running away with me……is it -just-my-imagina- a shuuuuuuuuuuun….running…….~Vaq
Montréal in two minutes
Unico was established in 1917 to cater to the growing Mediterranean community in Toronto. Founder Edward Pasquale’s objective was clear; he wanted to bring the “culture of Italian eating” to every Canadian table by becoming the country’s leading distributor of authentic Mediterranean style ingredients and products.
grazie!!! ~ Vaq
PICTURES OF VEGETABLES :)))
Dr. Bronner’s is Celebrating Our 60th Anniversary!
5 Generations and 150 Years of Soapmaking Excellence
What we’re about
If you look at our mission, you’ll see that we’re about creating change. Our vision is a world where violence against women isn’t tolerated, where women get equal pay for their work, where access to reproductive health and information is so obvious a right that anything else is simply absurd…where racism, homophobia, classism, nativism etc. simply isn’t tolerated.
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From MANITOBA, CANADA !!!!!!
HIGH IN FIBRE!!!
MADE WITH REAL ALMONDS!!!!!!
Throughout the early evolving years between 1910 and 1915, the Exchange worked to establish itself as a leading force within the global almond industry, but issues from broker incompetence to independent growers destabilizing prices continued to work against them. At that time, California only had about 20 percent or less of the world supply of almonds, while Spain and Italy grew the lion’s share of at least 80 percent. It became quickly apparent to the members of the cooperative that a change in selling strategy was needed and that a name that translated into a high quality image for consumers was the answer. But what label could they attach to their boxes and burlap bags of California almonds that would differentiate them from imported almonds and leave consumers with a lasting high quality image of California almonds?
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!