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Is it even necessary? What if it's a very simple situation that doesn't even need a lawyer?

All my research is referring to letters probate but I don't see a thing about how to get it underway.
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Member's Corner / Re: Norbert of the T&T
« Last post by willie c wuddle on April 18, 2015, 10:03:31 PM »
I know a way to stop liquor store employees to stop asking you for money.......When they ask you for money tell them you're broke and homeless, then ask if they'll give you some money or beer.
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Member's Corner / Re: Ambulance fees
« Last post by BristolUK on April 18, 2015, 08:25:28 AM »
Apparently a terminally ill patient in hospital got her bill for the ambulance that took her there last week.

Is there anything more obscene?
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Member's Corner / Norbert of the T&T
« Last post by BristolUK on April 18, 2015, 08:23:20 AM »
In Friday's column he refers to "alleged" news on CBC and referred to it as a corpse.

Really. Such distaste expressed.

Then at the end of the column he complains of NB Liquor "harassing" customers at the till for charity donations.

I don't like it either. But I wouldn't be so stupid as to call it harassment.

I also wouldn't single out one organisation for doing what just about every other store does too.

I am getting so sick and tired of this world where people are seemingly incapable of using reasoned argument and moderate language rather than exaggerating everything with dramatic words.
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General Discussion / Re: It's not just Seniors
« Last post by BristolUK on April 18, 2015, 08:16:02 AM »
And again, it's all about seniors because they are being ATTACKED according to all and sundry.

There's much wrong in this province but there is a principle already established that people may pay something towards their health care. But that's EVERYONE that may have to pay something. It's not just seniors, though one could be excused for believing they were the only ones who had to pay.

Not only is there a principle that EVERYONE may have to pay, there's the principle that those better able to pay more can pay more. That applies to EVERYONE too.

Seniors have already benefited from a property tax freeze while NOBODY else did, as well as the other things mentioned in this thread.

I understand no details have been released yet but for heaven's sake stop the bleating. If you have been lucky enough to have made enough money in your life to save a significant sum for a rainy day, look out the window occasionally and you'll see rain.

AND IT RAINS ON EVERYBODY

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Toys 'R' Us in Quebec refuses to sell English-only Daniel Tiger doll

Montreal father says it should be up to parents, not province, to determine the toys kids play with

By Kate McKenna, CBC News ,Apr 13, 2015

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/toys-r-us-in-quebec-refuses-to-sell-english-only-daniel-tiger-doll-1.3031253

ttp://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/toys-r-us-in-quebec-refuses-to-sell-english-only-daniel-tiger-doll-1.3031253

A Montreal man is criticizing Quebec language laws after a clerk at a local Toys "R" Us told him he was wasn't allowed to purchase a talking plush toy for his daughter because it only speaks and sings in English.

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Nick Messina tried to purchase the Daniel Tiger toy for his one-year-old daughter, Carina, after noticing her eyes "lit up" while watching the popular children's TV show Daniel Tiger's Neighbourhood.

Hoping to buy it as an Easter gift, he drove to his nearest Toys "R" Us, but it wasn't in stock.

He called another Toys "R" Us in Montreal, and was informed by the clerk that two of the toys were in stock, but that Messina couldn't buy it because it was unilingual.

Daniel Tiger talks and sings 14 different phrases — all in English.

Messina said the clerk thanked him for letting them know the toy only spoke English, and said it would be shipped back to Ontario.

Click here for full article & video..

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/toys-r-us-in-quebec-refuses-to-sell-english-only-daniel-tiger-doll-1.3031253
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Codiac RCMP seeking assistance to locate missing youth Jonathan Richard, Moncton, N.B.

2015 04 16

The Codiac Regional RCMP is asking for the public's help to locate a missing 15-year-old boy. Jonathan Richard was reported missing on April 7, 2015. Police have been looking for him since he was reported missing but have been unable to locate him. He was seen in the downtown area on April 13, 2015. It is believed he may be staying with friends but police have been unable to confirm this and are looking for the public's help to locate him.

Richard is as described Caucasian with brown eyes, dark blond hair and a medium build. He is 173 cm tall and 63.5 kg.
 
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Jonathan Richard is asked to call the Codiac Regional RCMP at 506-857-2400.


Jonathan Richard

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Useful Information, etc / Missing Persons
« Last post by Jesso Yewno on April 16, 2015, 06:07:17 PM »
Codiac RCMP seeking assistance to locate missing woman Miranda Mooney, Moncton, N.B.

2015 04 16



photo, Miranda Mooney, 20,Moncton,last seen on April 10, 2015 in Dieppe, N.B.,Caucasian, 5' tall with a medium build.blue eyes and dark blond hair. She has a nose piercing and a dark tattoo on one of her wrists that looks like a flower with the words 'family' and 'reggie'.

 
The Codiac Regional RCMP is seeking the public's assistance to locate 20-year-old Miranda Mooney who was last seen on April 10, 2015 in Dieppe, N.B. and was reported missing on April 14, 2015.

Mooney is described as Caucasian, 5' tall with a medium build. She has blue eyes and dark blond hair. She has a nose piercing and a dark tattoo on one of her wrists that looks like a flower with the words 'family' and 'reggie'.
 
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Miranda Mooney is asked to call the Codiac Regional RCMP at 506-857-2400.
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Netanyahu likens Iran to the Nazis on Holocaust memorial day

April 16, 2015 , FoxNews.com

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/04/16/netanyahu-says-iran-trying-to-conquer-middle-east/

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu likened Iran to the Nazis Wednesday and warned again that Tehran must be prevented from obtaining nuclear weapons.

As Israel marked its Holocaust memorial day, Netanyahu linked the Nazi genocide of 6 million Jews during World War II to Iran’s contested nuclear program and some of the Islamic Republic’s leaders repeated references to the destruction of Israel.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu likened Iran to the Nazis Wednesday and warned again that Tehran must be prevented from obtaining nuclear weapons.

As Israel marked its Holocaust memorial day, Netanyahu linked the Nazi genocide of 6 million Jews during World War II to Iran’s contested nuclear program and some of the Islamic Republic’s leaders repeated references to the destruction of Israel.

"As the Nazis strived to trample civilization and replace it with a 'master race' while destroying the Jewish people, so is Iran striving to take over the region and expand further with a declared goal of destroying the Jewish state," Netanyahu said.

Israel continuously views Iran as a threat to its existence, noting Tehran’s support of terror groups such as Hezbollah and Palestinian groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad.

"Instead of demanding Iran significantly dismantle its nuclear capabilities and conditioning lifting sanctions on it ending its aggressions, the world powers are retreating, leaving Iran with nuclear capabilities and even allowing it to expand them later on regardless to its actions in the Middle East and around the world," Netanyahu said.

Click here for full article..

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/04/16/netanyahu-says-iran-trying-to-conquer-middle-east/
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Statement by Stephen Harper the Prime Minister of Canada on Yom HaShoah

April 16, 2015 , Ottawa, Ontario

Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement to mark Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day:

“Yom HaShoah is a day to commemorate the six million innocent Jewish men, women and children who were systematically murdered by the Nazis during the Holocaust.

“On this day, Canadians across the country reflect on the unique horror of the Holocaust, pay tribute to the innocent victims, honour the brave survivors, and recognize the righteous individuals who risked their lives to save others, in many cases strangers to them.

“The Holocaust was one of the darkest chapters in human history. It is essential that we never forget the lessons it taught us and that we continue to educate future generations about the damaging effects of anti-Semitism.

“That is why our Government is committed to Holocaust remembrance and education both here in Canada and abroad. Here at home, we support organizations that combat anti-Semitism and racial hatred in all its forms and promote Holocaust remembrance and education, including through the building of a national Holocaust Monument in Ottawa.

“In the international arena, our Government has taken a lead role in promoting Holocaust awareness and in the global fight against the persistent scourge of anti-Semitism, including the new anti-Semitism that masks direct attacks on the Jewish people by disproportionately singling out the State of Israel for censure. In 2011, Canada was the first country to sign the Ottawa Protocol on Combating Anti-Semitism, and, in 2013-2014, Canada chaired the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance – an organization with which we continue to work closely as an active member country.

“On this day, I encourage all Canadians to participate in a Holocaust remembrance ceremony to honour both the victims and the survivors, and to join in efforts to combat all forms of anti-Semitism. Let us all commit to ‘never again’.”

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