Every Cup - Deer Lake Staff to the Rescue

Deer Lake Staff to the Rescue

Deer Lake Staff to the Rescue


My Nephew, Dominick, fell while walking a trail to Tim's for lunch in Deer Lake, NL. He injured his hand quite severely. The staff at Tim Hortons were amazing helping him, calling for assistance and tracking down family. I can't thank you enough for helping Dominick, he is healing well, getting ready for his trip to Florida , but not 100% sure if he will get to enjoy swimming. He is however going to have fun in the sun thanks to the quick action and helping hand of staff at Deer Lake, NL! I live in St. Anthony and was happy to share this great news story with them as well. Way to go!



Prettytastyreviews blogspot posted 2016-12-06 5:52am

Is it just a bandage or a cast?
I can not tell from the glare in the photo.
If it is a cast, I am surprized they did not give him a fibreglass cast that you can remove.
-I broke a couple fingers and my wrist and the hospital in Ontario-the emergency dept they made me a removable cast after they did the xrays.
I still had to wear it 22 hours a day, but could take it off when I want.

Cooljewel posted 2016-11-18 4:11am

That's what is intended to look out for your family members and friends and neighbours no matters the colour, race, religion
You never no when you may need an extra hand or help or watching out for the ppl on the land
Just like Dominick
Keep the children and women safe
Team up and hunt for food and share and be helpful to one another is a good way to be and plz help others to follow and make that land a better place to live, do it for your children and there children
Don't judge different ppl as you would not like to be judged or teased or beaten or killed by others as they do not understand our way of life as there's could be different :)
I really like the history outcome
Labelled for us to learn was very interesting and I learned something today :)
Thanks for sharing and that's my Story

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I wish I could share you optimism at lainhnsuigg at 30% in the polls but I cannot. We were given a direction to take over two years ago but Gordon Brown knew better.In December 2006, Policy Network published their e-pamphlet called: “Third Time Lucky? Lessons from New Labour’s 2005 Election Campaign“.The authors were central players in ‘engineering’ Labour’s third successive (and arguably, its most difficult) General Election victory in 2005 - Matt Carter, Fiona Gordon, Philip Gould, Alan Milburn and Sally Morgan.In his chapter of the pamphlet, ‘How Labour won the 2005 General Election’, Alan Milburn spelt out what lessons could be drawn from that victory and what, in particular, incumbent centre-left parties needed to do to stay in Government.Milburn highlighted five imperatives for Labour to pursue during its Third Term in office:“First, stay connected. This is the hardest task of all for an incumbent party of government. But the rise of right-wing populism in Western Europe and elsewhere is a reminder that a new politics – of identity – symbolized in issues like immigration and crime cannot be ignored by the centre-left. Investment in new means of campaigning – outside of election periods – is critical to getting messages directly through to key groups of voters on these and other issues.“Second, turn incumbency to advantage. It is both a blessing and a curse. Make it an advantage by emphasizing, in a world of rapid change and mounting insecurity, the risks of radical change versus continuity in policy (on the economy, skills, technology, education and childcare) that help create security.“Third, position in the centre ground of politics. In a world where deference has declined and traditional party loyalties hold less sway, electoral success goes to those who can genuinely demonstrate cross-class centre ground appeal.“Fourth, emphasise values. Loyalties to institutions might be fading but belief in values remains strong. Finding dividing line policies that express a difference in values with opponents. Above all, ensure that policies are driven by politics and not the other way round.“Fifth, face the future. Avoid the trap of incumbency by refusing to rest on your laurels. Always be on the side of reform. Conservatives conserve things. Centre-left parties change things. The longer the tenure of office the greater the need to keep changing.”Wise words indeed. How Labour’s Leadership needs Alan Milburn ‘in the mix’ right now.How I also wish Gordon Brown (and his long-time coterie) were humble and courageous enough to put the past behind them, embrace the wisdom and experience of the likes of Milburn, Stephen Byers and Charles Clarke.Sadly it’s probably all too late. Arrogance and self-certainty has always been hard-wired into the psyche of Brown’s ‘people’. Bringing onboard those brilliant talents that kept Tony Blair afloat for all those years, would be a ‘mea cupla’ too far for the PM.EC http://hkpihne.com [url=http://mcvkhwm.com]mcvkhwm[/url] [link=http://qehydbc.com]qehydbc[/link]

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