Thursday, May 17, 2007
Bonne Chance Jermaine!!!
Here's a blog I wrote about this issue last year. Click below-
Paul is the guy who runs the Tattoo shop on Kings Street.
He makes a very good point. He talks about the customers who walks into his store.
Did you know there’s no Government regulations for tattoo shops.
They can give a tattoo to someone with a dirty tools. In future years, the public will be told that many people caught aids or other diseases because the Government didn’t have watch dogs in place.
You can listen to the interview with the GodFather by clicking below-
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NOW FAITH IS THE SUBSTANCE OF THINGS HOPED
FOR, THE EVIDENCE OF THINGS NOT SEEN.
( HEBREWS 11:1 *NKJV )
Our Heavenly Father gives everyone of us faith for it is
written: GOD HAS DEALT TO EACH ONE A MEASURE
OF FAITH. ( ROMANS 12:3 ) However we must add to
our given faith, and we can because: FAITH COMES BY
HEARING, AND HEARING BY THE WORD OF GOD.
The Apostle Paul wrote: I AM NOT ASHAMED OF
THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST, FOR IT IS THE POWER OF
GOD TO SALVATION FOR EVERYONE WHO
BELIEVES. FOR IN THE RIGHTEOUSNESS OF GOD
IS REVEALED FROM FAITH TO FAITH; AS IT IS
WRITTEN, 'THE JUST SHALL LIVE BY FAITH.'"
( ROMANS 1:17 )
Therefore Charles, it is important that WE WALK BY
FAITH NOT BY SIGHT, ( 2 CORINTHIANS 5:7 ) trusting
with all of our heart, that our Heavenly Father will help us
when we face a problem in our lives! Remember it is
written that: WITHOUT FAITH IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO
PLEASE HIM, FOR HE WHO COMES TO GOD MUST
BELIEVE THAT HE IS, AND THAT HE IS A REWARDER
OF THOSE WHO DILIGENTLY SEEK HIM. So; HAVE
FAITH IN THE LORD YOUR GOD AND YOU WILL BE
UPHELD; HAVE FAITH IN HIS PROPHETS AND YOU
WILL BE SUCCESSFUL as well. Amen.
( HEBREWS 11:6 ) ( 2 CHRONICLES 20:20 )
In His Love & Service,
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ALUMNI LAUNCH www.smartgrowthUNB.ca PLEDGE-DRIVE
UNB: 'SMART GROWTH, NOT SPRAWL'
FREDERICTON, NB -- "I promise to donate $$ to UNB if they follow their own stated guidelines in the development of the UNB Woodlot."
On their own website - www.unb.ca/lms/woodlot/wprinciples.html - UNB's "Guiding Principles" for the Woodlot Development, include "sustainable mixed-use development", "demonstrate UNB's commitment to excellence in development and management", and "increase UNB's profile as an environmental steward and community leader"
smartgrowthUNB.ca is a website launched to accept pledges of money from UNB alumni, students, and other supporters. (Please don't send us any money!) You can choose to remain anonymous or to have your name added to our list of pledgers and your graduation year from UNB. Use the contact e-mail below to send your pledge amount in:
This pledge drive will be under the supervision of the non-profit organization Friends of the UNB Woodlot Inc. which will file for
incorporation. Directors of the organization will include a broad range of stakeholders such as UNB alumni, UNB professors, UNB
students, the Fredericton chapter of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick, and supporters in the community at large.
UNB was the first public university in North America, enacted by public statute. Under the UNB Higher Education Act, s. 6 (1), UNB may invest money into any property as long as they do so exercising good judgment, and care that a person of prudence, discretion and intelligence would exercise as a TRUSTEE of the property of others.
In 1800, King George III granted the UNB Woodlot to the College of New Brunswick. This area is legally a Wildlife Refuge and is 10 times the size of Odell Park in Fredericton and 4 times the size of Stanley Park in Vancouver. It is one of the oldest managed woodlots in North America, used by faculty researchers, students, and the community alike.
How can it be in the best interest of UNB students and alumni to have university land given away to the development of big box retail
stores? And how can you have comprehensive land use planning if "there is no plan in place" for the mixed development area?
Our message to the UNB administration and Board of Governors is simple. We request that a moratorium be placed on the construction of all roads (e.g. a 45-metre right of way, 4-lane Knowledge Park Drive extension) until such time as the mixed-use development plan and related public consultation are complete.
The development of the UNB Woodlot is a public issue. The trustees of UNB have to put the best interests of students and the UNB
community above their own in deciding how to develop this land.
For further information, please contact:
Mark D'Arcy, UNB Alumni (BSc '86) and Friends of the UNB Woodlot 506-454-5119