Sharapova failed drug test at January Australian Open, one of four annual Grand Slam events, will likely lead to a ban for the 28 year old Russian. The International Tennis Federation anti doping program calls for a four year suspension for a positive test. That ban can be reduced in various circumstances, such as if the player shows no significant fault or negligence..
I make tables! We have had a small round coffee table in our living room for many years, but I was getting tired of how rickety it was. Plus kids had a tendency to lean on the edges of the table, which usually meant everything got dumped on the floor and someone would be crying over the spilt food/drinks/legos (sometimes it was even the kid who knocked the table over). Took my printed out plans to the local big box store late on a Friday afternoon, hoping it wouldn be too crowded so I could get most of the pieces cut there.
You can do worse than emulating Santa and make a list.How most Canadians will be left out in the cold by Trudeau’s proposed tax cutWhy the $10,000 TFSA limit will help the middle classLiving the high life on line of credit debt of $430,000 that just keeps growingDespite a stagnant economy, it seems most Canadians plan to spend big this year.According to consulting firm Accenture, the American cyber shopping spree has now established strong roots in Canada too: 37% of Canadians think Black Friday will offer the best deals, surpassing the 25% who still think the best bargains occur on Boxing Day (the day after Christmas).Online spending is certainly on the rise, with 76% planning to take advantage of the convenience, better prices or even to find merchandise that not easily found in traditional bricks and mortar outlets. The biggest average online transaction this weekend a year ago was the $140 racked up by residents of Saskatchewan.But remember, if you spend too much chasing and wind up unable to pay off your credit cards in full in January, the will cost you dearly. As Jeff Schwartz of Consolidated Credit Counselling Services of Canada puts it, you putting these purchases on your credit card with no plan to pay off your balance, these so called deals will cost you a fortune.
Mitchell was also a 2 year instructor for A Dance Force studio in Southlake, TX. She was the company director for the 2009 2010 dance companies, leading them to win many awards at Platinum Dance Competition, LADF and Starbound Talent Competition. Following her career in the studio industry, Mitchell came to Coppell High School in 2010 as a long term substitute for the Silver Stars in the fall and was named the official director in the Spring of 2011.