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Canada's Top 100 Employers

Canada's Top 100 Employers is an annual editorial competition that recognizes the best places in Canada to work. First held in 1999, the project aims to single out the employers that lead their industries in offering exceptional working conditions and progressive human resources policies. Winners are announced each October in The Mail newspaper. From 1999 to 2006, the list was published as an annual paperback book in Canada. Beginning in 2007, the list and the editors' Reasons for Selection were published online each year. Beginning in 2014, the winners were announced in a national magazine published in The Globe and Mail; the competition is organized by Mediacorp Canada Inc. a specialty publisher of employment-related periodicals. Employers are evaluated on eight criteria, which have remained consistent since the competition was launched: Physical Workplace. Employers are compared to other organizations in their field to determine which offers the most progressive and forward-thinking programs.

Selections are made by a team of editors, who publish detailed reasons for choosing each of the winners. Any employer, whether public sector, operating in Canada may apply to be considered. Applications are released each February and must be submitted to the editors eight weeks later. Employers complete a single application to be considered for the national competition, as well as 18 regional and special-interest competitions managed with a variety of newspaper and magazine partners across Canada: Official website

George R. Lutz House

The George R. Lutz House is a single family home located at 103 West Henry Street in Saline, Michigan, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. This house was constructed in about 1900 for George Nissly. In 1903, George R. Lutz and his wife Gertrude purchased the house from Nissly's estate for $2000. Lutz, a Village clerk and bank employee, died in 1904 at the age of 30. Gertrude Lutz remained living in the house until her own death in the 1940s; the George R. Lutz House is a 2-1/2 story Queen Anne structure covered with clapboard, it has a hipped roof with side gable projections. The facade features a fine example of a wraparound Eastlake with a lattice work base, spool-and-spindle frieze and balusters, decorative brackets; the house has a variety of window shapes, including small rectangular windows in the gable ends

David Wojcinski

David Wojcinski is a former Australian rules footballer who played for the Geelong Football Club in the Australian Football League. Wojcinski made his debut in 1998, he won the club's Most Improved Player award for 2004. In 2007 he returned from a serious knee injury to play a major part for the Geelong side with his pace off half back, he was rewarded with a premiership medal in September. After injuring a tendon in his right finger during a 2008 pre-season practice match against the Richmond Tigers, Wojcinski found he required surgery to his little finger, he made a quick recovery from this surgery, playing against Essendon in Round 2. Whilst 2008 begun well for Wojcinski, Round 15 saw him injure an Achilles tendon, ruling him out until the Preliminary final against the Western Bulldogs more than two months later, his lack of match fitness jeopardized his selection for the Grand Final side, announced on 25 September 2008. The selection left Wojcinski out of the starting 22, as an emergency, Paul Chapman was chosen over him after returning from his own injury.

Mark Thompson, coach of the Geelong Cats, confirmed the reason for "Wojo" missing out was due to his bad run with injury. He quoted "fit and in good form he's in our best 22, no doubt, and everybody in the room, everybody that knows Geelong would know that,". David overcame the disappointment of missing out on Grand Final selection in 2008 to produce career best form over the following years, he rightfully won his spot back in the 2009 Grand Final as Geelong came from behind to beat St. Kilda and win their second premiership in three years. In 2011, David was one of only a handful of players to add a third premiership medal to his collection, as Geelong overpowered Collingwood in the final quarter of the Grand Final to be runaway victors. David's dash off half back and his'take them on' attitude was a key component in Geelong's success, during his career was one of the fastest and most exciting players to watch with his electrifying speed both from the half-back flank and through the midfield.

David took until Round 11 2012 to play his 200th. He went on to play only 3 more games that season before announcing his retirement after the elimination final loss to Fremantle Football Club, he did, play a crucial role in the Cats VFL Premiership that same year, putting the icing on the cake of an excellent football career. Wojcinski grew up in Victoria, he is the son of Lee and Charlie Wojcinski and has three sisters: Deanne and Emma. Wojcinski married partner Casey Bell in October 2008 at Port Douglas, after much disappointment after being dropped from the AFL Grand Final. David and Casey have three children: daughter Olive. In 2008, Wojcinski was an ambassador for an anti-booze-fuelled-violence campaign run by the Geelong Advertiser titled "Just Think". In this role, Wojcinski appeared in advertising alongside fellow ambassadors, former Geelong teammates, Tom Harley and James Kelly. Wojcinski retired from AFL football in 2012, he continued to play football for the Newtown & Chilwell Eagles in the Geelong Football League and also coached them, until he resigned at the end of the 2015 season.

David Wojcinski's profile on the official website of the Geelong Football Club David Wojcinski's playing statistics from AFL Tables

Clarion Municipal Airport

Clarion Municipal Airport is a city-owned public-use airport located one nautical mile northwest of the central business district of Clarion, a city in Wright County, United States. This airport is included in the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2009–2013, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Although many U. S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this facility is assigned CAV by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Clarion Municipal Airport covers an area of 255 acres at an elevation of 1,162 feet above mean sea level, it has one runway designated 14/32 with a concrete surface measuring 3,515 by 60 feet. For the 12-month period ending May 6, 2009, the airport had 3,750 general aviation aircraft operations, an average of 10 per day. At that time there were 12 aircraft based at this airport: 75% single-engine, 17% multi-engine and 8% ultralight. Aerial image as of 16 April 1994 from USGS The National Map FAA Terminal Procedures for CAV, effective February 27, 2020 Resources for this airport: FAA airport information for CAV AirNav airport information for KCAV FlightAware airport information and live flight tracker NOAA/NWS weather observations: current, past three days SkyVector aeronautical chart, Terminal Procedures

G17 Plus

G17 Plus, was a liberal-conservative political party in Serbia that existed from 2002 until 2013 when it merged into the United Regions of Serbia. Founded as a non-governmental organization dealing with economic issues, in 2002 it transformed into a political party that became part of several ruling coalition governments in Serbia throughout the 2000s and early 2010s. G17 Plus was founded in 1997 as a non-governmental organization in Serbia a federal unit within FR Yugoslavia; the organization consisting of economic experts enjoyed financial support of the United States through the National Endowment for Democracy. It was registered as a political party on 15 December 2002, with Miroljub Labus as its first president. At its first electoral showing at the 2003 parliamentary elections, G17 Plus received 11.5% of the popular vote and 34 seats in the National Assembly. In March 2004, G17+ formed a coalition government with the Democratic Party of Serbia, the Serbian Renewal Movement and New Serbia.

In May 2006 Miroljub Labus resigned as party leader and was replaced by Mlađan Dinkić. On October 1, 2006, the party quit the governing coalition over its failure to find and extradite ICTY fugitive Ratko Mladić. In the 2007 elections, the party received 6.82 % of 19 seats in the parliament. G17 + received a single seat in the Community Assembly of Metohija. In 2010, G17 Plus founded the United Regions of Serbia, a coalition of political parties and groups emphasizing decentralization and regional development of Serbia. After a few years functioning as the centerpiece of the coalition, in April 2013 G17 Plus merged with URS, transforming it into a political party. Major positions held by G17 Plus members: Official website

Shuffle! Love Rainbow

Shuffle! Love Rainbow is the fourth eroge visual novel in the Shuffle! Series created by Navel for Microsoft Windows, it is a continuation of Kaede's path from Really? Really! or Sia's path from Shuffle! Essence+, or Primula's path from Shuffle! Last storyline is the Ruri Matsuri's path, which takes place at the same time as the storylines from Shuffle! When player starts the game he can only chose three paths: Primula's and Kaede's; each storyline is an after story, Kaede's path takes place at the time of school festival, in Primula's path the main heroine would like be seen more like a girl not a kid, in the third storyline Sia and Kikyou have a few problems. When the player finishes the first three paths, he can play the last one. In the fourth storyline we follow the story of Ruri, a romantic story like the paths from Shuffle!, it's quite different from Ruri's side story from Shuffle! Essence+. In this game we chose only which story we want to follow, we don't have any choices while playing the path.

Rin The protagonist of the previous games. The player assumes the role of Rin. Kaede The main female character of the second story, she wants to go to the school festival with Rin. Primula The main female character of the third story, she wants Rin to think of her as a girl. Sia The main female character of the first story, she just wants to be with Rin. Ruri The main female character of the fourth story, she falls in love with Rin, but is shy, why their romance needs time to develop. This is the first game with Ruri's H scenes. Nerine The King of Devils' daughter and Sia's cousin. Asa Rin and Kaede's friend from school. Kareha Asa and Ruri's friend. Mayumi Rin and Kaede's bad friend. Itsuki Rin and Kaede's bad friend. Nadeshiko Rin and Kaede's homeroom teacher. Daisy Sia's cousin on her father's side. Opening Theme: Summer Again, by YURIA. Ending Theme: Primary, by Miyuki Hashimoto. Official site