Goose Island Releases 2019 Bourbon County Stout Lineup Getting to Know the Lithuanian Beer Scene Guinness Shoots For the Moon With a New Beer Chocolate. Flowers. A sappy card. These are the easy tropes that linger in the wings every Valentine’s Day. Just in case nothing else comes to mind or boldly presents itself in advance, these are the intrepid last minute standbys.Thanks to these items, you can safely add beer to that list of easy-to-acquire but also beloved Valentine’s Day gifts. Whether you theme a six pack of sweet, dark chocolate stouts or light and effervescent French saisons, make sure that the delivery is seasonally appropriate with these gift packages.Beer Greetings sells through its website, Amazon and at select retailers. The company specializes in bright, graphic, six-pack cardboard beer holders with an attached greeting card. It’s the perfect way to gift beer for a birthday, a special thank you, or even Valentine’s Day. The new “Six Ways to Say I Love You” option is the craft beer nerd’s version of Cupid’s bow and arrow.As for what to put in your special friend’s six-pack, always go with what they love to drink. But, if you’re not sure about their favorites, or if they’re the type who loves to try something new, go for a mix of sweet (Funky Buddha’s Nib Smuggler Chocolate Milk Porter), spicy (Prairie Artisan Ale’s Bomb! imperial stout with ancho peppers), fruity (Fruli strawberry Belgian ale) and bubbly (Boulevard’s Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale).If gifting a big bottle to share is more your style, Rogue’s Chocolate Stout and Double Chocolate Stout make for a formidable side-by-side tasting experience and also look impressive in 22-ounce decorative bottles. Both beers use Rogue’s Shakespeare Oatmeal Stout as the base, with a heaping dose of Dutch chocolate thrown into the mix. The Double Chocolate amps up everything with even more oat, chocolate, and honey flavors coming to the fore.But, as delightful as bottles and cans can be, sometimes nothing beats a good draft beer. Whether it’s from the neighborhood brewery or it’s been shipped across the ocean, giving the gift of draft is possible thanks to craft beer’s growing growler culture. Gifting an engraved growler for Valentine’s Day let’s you put your personal message of love right there for the world to see. Etching Expressions will work with you to develop custom artwork and create a reusable expression of devotion with prices starting at $85.Chocolate. Flowers. A sappy card. Or beer. The choice is yours. Valentine’s Day only happens once a year, so make the right choice. Smart Practices for Drinking With the Environment in Mind The Best Coffee-Infused Beers to Flip All the Switches Editors’ Recommendations
New Delhi: Residents of Delhi are not just dealing with hot and blistering summers but also a sudden spurt in back to back robberies in the capital.The way people are being robbed on road, shops and inside their houses has certainly sent the alarm bells ringing in the Delhi Police force. The latest horror has been the menace of three bikers who have been on a rampage on Delhi streets, looting people inside their parking space in Model Town and a medical store at New Friends Colony’s Sarai Jullena a day after. Also Read – Bangla Sahib Gurudwara bans use of all types of plastic itemsIn both cases, the robbers held victims hostage on gunpoint for nearly two minutes. The same set of robbers also fired on a police party which challenged them near Adarsh Nagar in North West Delhi. They fled unhurt leaving the cops in a tizzy. The robbers involved in a robbery with an event manager in Pandav nagar also hold similarity with the three accused as two of them are wearing stylish caps. The Delhi Police has roped in Crime branch and Special cell to identify and arrest the accused. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderTheir body language as seen in the CTV footage is being monitored and informers are roped in to develop some concrete information on them. The arms suppliers in the jail are also being questioned along with local gangsters. The boys who look like in their early twenties have become a new challenge for the Delhi police. The cops are also scanning the possibility of the involvement of a gang which is out on bail or parole and is on a robbing spree. Police has also scanned the CCTV cameras around the area where these robberies took place to chalk out the possibility of a possible hideout in Delhi. It is said that the Delhi police has some leads but the ‘Masked three’ are still on the run. Since June 15 this year, a total number of 1,043 robberies were committed in Delhi. The Delhi Police has solved 823 of these cases and 1,540 arrests have been made so far. In 2018, during the same period, 1248 cases of robberies were registered and 1008 cases were solved while 1863 arrests had been made.
EDMONTON — A judge has quashed Alberta’s decision to not allow environmental groups to take part in hearings on a proposed oil sands project.The Oilsands Environmental Coalition went to court last month to challenge Alberta Environment’s ruling involving an oil sands mine proposed by Southern Pacific Resource Corp.The province said coalition members were not directly affected by the company’s plan to build the project on the banks of the MacKay River in northeastern Alberta.A government briefing note entered as evidence also suggested the coalition was being targeted for publishing negative media about the oil sands.Justice Richard Marceau of Court of Queen’s Bench called the government’s actions “tainted” and “biased” in his written judgment released Tuesday.“It is difficult to envision a more direct apprehension of bias,” he wrote.“Accordingly the director’s decision breaches all four principles of natural justice and must be quashed.”The coalition, which includes the Pembina Institute and the Fort McMurray Environmental Association, lauded the ruling.“Albertans have a right to a fair oil sands regulatory process, including the right to be heard and raise concerns about oil sands development,” said Simon Dyer, policy director for the Pembina Institute Wednesday.Alberta Environment officials were not immediately available for comment.The Pembina Institute said the Southern Pacific project would require up to 1.7 million litres of fresh groundwater each day and contribute to declining air quality.The coalition is also concerned the mine would be located in the habitat of a threatened caribou herd.
The City of Calgary’s 19th annual Youth Hiring Fair is just around the corner and organizers are hoping those who come out are ready for the day.The fair drew more than 8,000 people last year.Jennifer MacSween with the Calgary Youth Employment Centre said there are some things job seekers can do to prepare.“Researching the companies beforehand, even stopping off at the Youth Employment Centre before the actual fair begins,” she said.She said they help 15 to 24 year olds put together a solid resume and they can meet with employment counselors.The fair runs Tuesday, March 28 from 1:30 to 6 p.m. at the Big Four Building at Stampede Park.TOP 5 TIPS FOR SUCCESSMeet with an Employment Counsellor at YEC before you attendIdentify employers of choice and conduct research before attendingKnow what you want to achieve and make a plan: you can’t meet with everyone; prioritize your top five employersDeliver an “elevator pitch” and engage the recruiters in conversation. Use the face time you have to leave a positive impactApproach with confidence, but practice your way up to your #1 choice: “Last choice first, first choice last” SEPARATE YOURSELF FROM THE COMPETITIONDress for success: dress professionally and appropriately, some employers will be conducting interviews at the hiring fairBring in a targeted resume and cover letter for each employer of interestAsk for a business card from the recruiter or a way to follow-up with them after the hiring fair and then do it!Execute your plan individually. If you plan to attend the Fair with friends break-off, do your thing, then meet up afterwards.Talk to people and NETWORK. Engage exhibitors or recruiters, talk to staff and other attendees. You never know who has valuable information that may help your either your future or current job search! Tips for job seekers headed to Youth Hiring Fair next week Jobs seekers line up at the city’s 18th annual Youth Hiring Fair on April 8, 2016. (660 NEWS) by Mike Tarasko Posted Mar 24, 2017 7:17 am MDT Last Updated Mar 24, 2017 at 7:19 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NAIL YOUR HIRING FAIR INTERVIEW Be prepared and bring a professional binder containing: a notepad, pens, copies of your resumes, references, impactful questions to ask employers. Actively take notes during the interview, or write questions down, and show you’re engaged in the conversation.Know the employer, know yourself, and make strong connections: understand the employer/organization, the business, the customer base, the history, current projects, etc. – and how you will fit in and add value. Know why you want to work there and how you will contribute to their success.Be comfortable with silence and think before you speak! You don’t need to respond immediately after the employer asks a question. You also don’t want to end up rambling. Think about what the employer is asking you and then deliver a purposeful responseBe sure to follow-up with a thank you letter, reiterating your interest in the position, and noting something you took away from the conversation.Meet with a YEC Employment Counsellor, who conduct a tailor-made mock interviews and provide you with constructive feedback while engaging in a realistic interview preview. Practice and Rehearse: know how to respond to common questions and learn how to effectively speak to accomplishments you have outlined on your resume that allow you to stand out. Bring in written lists or responses if it will help you.
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