2 min readWinter depression (or winter blues) is a common affliction for those who live in our northern climate. Its clinical name is seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and up to 5 percent of the population (especially in northern states) may suffer from it.Seasonal affective disorder is characterized by feelings of sadness and depression that occur in the fall or winter months when the temperatures being to drop and the days grow shorter. The depressive episode is often associated with excessive eating, sleeping, and weight gain.
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia On July 6, 2018 the Board of Directors of Emera Inc.Pursuant to the Income Tax Act (Canada) and corresponding provincial legislation, Emera Inc. Hereby notifies its common shareholders, its Series A First Preferred shareholders, its Series B First Preferred shareholders; its Series C First Preferred shareholders; its Series E First Preferred shareholders; its Series F First Preferred shareholders; and it Series H First Preferred shareholders that such dividends declared qualify as eligible dividends.About Emera Inc. Is a geographically diverse energy and services company headquartered in Halifax, Nova Scotia with approximately $29 billion in assets and 2017 revenues of more than $6 billion.
Types of Cherry TreesWhile there are many types of cherry trees, they are all grouped into three categories being flowering, sweet or sour. The flowering varieties are planted for their display of gorgeous and fragrant blooms they provide in the spring. Sour cherry trees are mainly grown and harvested for canning, preserves and making delicious pies while the sweet types of cherry trees are grown for their bountiful fruit that can be plucked and enjoyed fresh..
Katrina changed the subject. So the Bullshitter in Chief ended his monthlong vacation by two days, breaking camp at his Texas ranch to rush to Washington and we quote the Houston Chronicle here coordinate federal relief efforts in the wake of the hurricane that swamped New Orleans, killed more than 100 people at last count, and devastated the lives of hundreds of thousands, possibly millions, along the Gulf Coast. And oversee the response efforts there.
April 30, 2007 by Jan HermanNobody mentioned Accomplished Tuesday is the fourth anniversary of that infamous photo op but when Chris Hedges called for the impeachment of the President With His Head Up His Ass during a panel on the Iraq war at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on Sunday, he got a standing ovation.Hedges read a short speech, One Should Be Above the Law, which he given earlier last week in Washington at a large gathering of activists, politicians and others to launch an impeachment initiative.The speech began by pointing out that Prez Huha shredded, violated or absented America from its obligations under international law. Most egregiously, he launched an illegal war in Iraq based on fabricated evidence we now know had been discredited even before it was made public. President is guilty, in short, of what in legal circles is known as the of aggression.