Biden Thanksgiving menu published by the White House

President Joe Biden and his family celebrated Thanksgiving with the family while enjoying a traditional holiday menu. The bid’s Thanksgiving menu included thyme-roasted turkey, “Grandma Jacobs’ tasty filling,” classic turkey sauce, roasted vegetable garden vegetables, sweet potatoes, kale, button mushrooms and cranberry relish on Thanksgiving Thursday. Deserts included apple pie, pumpkin pie, coconut cream pie … Read more

Farmers devastated by floods from BC return to belly-wearing scenes

Fields in Abbotsford, BC, remained covered in water on November 23, just over a week after the ‘atmospheric river’ fell more than a month’s rain in southern BC. in less than two days.Jackie Dives / The Globe and Mail Casey Guliker burst into tears as he saw what was left on his pig farm in … Read more

The White House is under pressure to stop cash bail in the wake of the Waukesha parade attack

Parade tragedy sets in motion Wisconsin’s bail reform The Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy is already causing activity in Madison. Two Republican lawmakers want to change the state’s constitution. That White House stands by its pressure to stop bailing cash – and says the decision to detain defendants should be based on the threat they pose … Read more

Buy Bala’s nurse-approved sneakers ahead of Black Friday

The products in this story are independently selected and presented editorially. If you make a purchase using these links, we may earn commission. Whether you have a long commute to work or like to go for long walks, you can never go wrong with a pair of new comfortable sneakers. And ahead of Black Friday, … Read more

Meaning: Toronto is diverse, but the names of its streets and buildings are not

A street sign from Dundas St. near Bertmount Ave. in the eastern end of Toronto on July 6th.Fred Lum / The Globe and Mail Alidad Mafinezam is president of the non-profit organization West Asia Council. Since Canada adopted immigration reform and opened its doors to the wider world more than half a century ago, millions … Read more

Toronto planning report signals real changes are coming to open the door to new neighbors in home-centric areas

A report going to Toronto City Council proposes to allow multiplexes – buildings with two, three, four or more apartments – on the streets of the city where they are currently not allowed.Nathan Denette / The Canadian Press A wave of change washes through the subject of urban planning, and it washes away a bad … Read more

Some evacuees from BC were allowed to return home; key rail corridor to reopen

A collapsed section of a bridge sits in the water after severe floods and landslides on Coquihalla Highway south of Merritt, BC, on Nov. 22.DARRYL DYCK / The Canadian Press As some evacuees from devastating floods in British Columbia were allowed to return home on Tuesday, the mayor of Abbotsford said preparations are moving forward … Read more

First Nation in Ontario declares state of emergency, seeks to trace source of lung infections

A First Nation in northern Ontario says it is working to trace the source of a fungus believed to cause lung infections that have triggered a state of emergency in the community. Constance Lake First Nation on Monday declared a state of emergency and said several residents are thought to be ill with blastomycosis. The … Read more

Yusuf / Cat Stevens – Morning Has Broken (Official Lyric Video) – Yusuf / Cat Stevens

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ENR New York & New England People: November 2021

ENR New York & New England People: November 2021 | Engineering News-Record This website requires certain cookies to function and uses other cookies to help you have the best experience. By visiting this website, certain cookies have already been set, which you can delete and block. By closing this message or continuing to use our … Read more