312 V O L . 7 5 P A R T 2 M A R C H 2 0 1 7 THE ADVOCATE coffee and chat. To the defendant’s surprise a few hornets appeared prompting him with ‘panicked, startled’ look to flee the barn which in turn excited the plaintiff resulting in his fall and injury to his shoulder.” Get y’er chaps and lasso out—March 12 to 19, 2017 is Cowboy Heritage Week. The Cessation of Arterial Highways Designation Order was made recently. Pay attention to apparent sale items. This advertisement came from an online retailer: “Gold or black Beats headphones. Were $169.99. Now $179.99.” A Saskatchewan Provincial Court judge has taken judicial notice of “the notorious fact that springtime in Saskatchewan often features quite windy days followed by calm evenings”: R. v. Million, 2000 CanLII 19649. David M. Rush, Q.C., was reappointed as a public member of the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of British Columbia for a term ending January 31, 2019. Arlene M. Doll was reappointed as a member of the Mental Health Review Board for a term ending December 31, 2018. Gillain A. Malfair was appointed as a member of the board of the College of New Caledonia for a term ending December 31, 2017. Richard Hoops Harrison and Shelley J. Russell were appointed as members of the Employment Standards Tribunal for a term of two years. The Astoria Boxing Club, George Angelomatis Memorial Bursary, established in honour and memory of Judge George Angelomatis, gave out bursaries to four BCIT students this past year. The recipients were Pavlo Ivanov, enrolled in Carpentry, Frame & Form; Minjae Kim, enrolled in Piping Foundation; and Tolman Freyden and Luke Williams, both in Airline & Flight. “One swallow does not make a spring”, goes the saying, but the birds are lovely nonetheless. In Ontario both the barn swallow and the bank swallow are listed as “threatened species” under the province’s Endangered Species Act, 2007.
March Pages 2017
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