SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileRegina Mayor Pat Fiacco confirmed to CBC News that it has adopted the slogan “Regina Infinite Horizons” as the catchphrase of a new external marketing campaign.The city will also keep its current slogan, “I Love Regina.””I Love Regina” was introduced by the mayor’s office as the city’s slogan in 2002. Since then, nearly 25,000 pins displaying it have been distributed.It has also been featured on a clothing line, and as the catchphrase of a city sponsored running event for the last three years. It has been indevelopment for the last 18 months.Read more:Does your city/town have a slogan? If not what do you think it should be? If so, do you think it’s time for a change?Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports.
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As the summer league’s executive director, LeGarie has brought the basketball world together for 14 straight Julys. Along with Hall, his business partner whom he calls the “brains of the outfit,” LeGarie formed the inaugural Vegas leaguein under two months. It had only six teams.
Diplomats are constantly asking about Trump rise with disbelief and, now, growing panic, said a senior NATO official, speaking on condition of anonymity. Support more than ever. Officials said the complaints are coming mostly from mid to low ranking diplomats described as level rather than from the most senior officials..
Selling them as a lot will sometimes be a better choice to sell the used hats quickly. A grouped lot of a half dozen can bring in between $40 $75. Remember everything depends on condition of the item. Same goes for product shots.I think once you start breaking down your edits into parts based on what you really trying to accentuate as the subject, it becomes easier. Another example would be shoot I just did for a car company at their production plant. It was a day filled of run and gun shooting with my only up lighting wise was a mounted aperture light that left me with no time to set up and real lights for the shot.