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VOL. 77 PART 2 MARCH 2019
A tweet from the Bolton branch of “Momentum” (a group within the U.K.’s
Labour Party): “Tonight we are planning a meeting to plan our campaign
against voter ID—a shocking attempt by the Tories to subvert democracy in
the UK. 6 pm at the Socialist Club. Members only. Please bring your membership
R. Michael Tourigny was appointed as a member of the Financial Services
Tribunal for a term of three years and as acting chair for a term of six
Cheryl L. Vickers was reappointed as a member and designated chair of
the Surface Rights Board for a term ending December 31, 2021.
“The dinosaur footprints of Eubrontes” are Connecticut’s state fossil.
Oklahoma’s statute book is more eloquent: “Because of the extraordinarily
rich paleontological heritage of the State of Oklahoma, the Legislature
hereby declares Saurophaganax Maximus to be the State Fossil of Oklahoma.
This spectacular dinosaur, the ‘greatest king of reptile eaters’, once
roamed this great land. It is only known from Oklahoma and has surpassed
the Tyrannosaurus rex, the ‘king of the dinosaurs’, as the greatest predator
of earth’s history.”
“The rooftop terrace café is located on the top floor”—a sign at the Dublin
branch of Marks & Spencer.
B.C.’s Fossil Definition Regulation, made under the Land Act, defines “fossil”
for the purpose of that statute as “the preserved remains, traces or
imprints of organisms from the geological past, but does not include (a)
human remains or artifacts, or (b) the following substances: (i) limestone;
(ii) dolomite; (iii) coal; (iv) petroleum; (v) natural gas.”
Michelle F. Good was appointed as a member of the Financial Services Tribunal
for a term of two years.
Adam Picotte, counsel with the Health Sciences Association of British
Columbia, was appointed to the Mental Health Review Board effective January
2, 2019 for a period of four years.
The fossil emblem of Manitoba is “the mosasaur known as Tylosaurus pembinensis”
under Manitoba’s Coat of Arms, Emblems and the Manitoba Tartan
Act. Manitoba’s Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre displays the remains of