2103, 2015

Milton gears up to fight CN intermodal centre.

By |March 21st, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Milton gears up to fight CN intermodal centre.

I would like to bring to your attention the issue of potential development of CN-owned lands in Milton into an Intermodal Terminal that was highlighted in different media channels today. This development would have devastating impact on the lives of residents of Milton in addition to affecting the future growth plans for the town as brought up in following front page exclusive story in today’s Toronto Star: 

http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2015/03/17/milton-gears-up-to-fight-cn-intermodal-centre.html 

This initiative, if allowed to be enacted, will: 
create public safety issues with 1500 trucks / 4 additional freight trains daily travelling through our roads 
impact local development / growth with people trying to stay away / avoid living in Milton 
negatively impact Milton’s bid to develop a University campus porposed just north west of the potential Intermodal Terminal site 
ruin Milton’s environment(with Niagara Escarpment, a UN designated World Biosphere Site and Greenbelt, just west of proposed site) due to air / noise pollution 
Simply put it has potential to turn Tremaine Road into Dixie Rd whereby CN has it’s Brampton Intermodal Terminal 

I had already highlighted this issue and recognizing it’s significance included it as key element of my platform while announcing my nomination bid for Federal Liberal candidate from new Milton riding last year; I remain committed and look forward to put a fight against this development once successfully nominated and elected with your support. I also plan to attend CN’s presentation on Thursday that I am invited to as a member of Milton Chamber of Commerce, and raise community’s concerns with all involved; I would request you to sign my petition that is drafted for this purpose: 


Thanks again for your continued support. 

Best Regards, 

Azim Rizvee 
Federal Liberal Nomination Contestant, 
Milton Riding 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/14sKQ8EGIH2DWJq9WsLtKWGX-nD4ZT3z6Pn5WIE57V_k/viewform 

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1807, 2014

What the Trudeau Effect Has Done for the Liberal Party

By |July 18th, 2014|Uncategorized|Comments Off on What the Trudeau Effect Has Done for the Liberal Party

Some professional politicians appeal to the lowest common denominator in us. Knowing that fear is the most potent of political weapons, they employ it with ruthless cunning. Cynicism is a tool to be manipulated for maximum electoral advantage. Their discourse and action is consistently laced with “me.” Inherently insecure in their own skin, this brand of political careerist repels strong, accomplished people. They take a perverse pride in the subservience of people around them, instead of basking in their creativity, strength and independence.

In his short time as leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, Justin Trudeau has become the antithesis of this genre of politician. His style is hopeful and optimistic, his purpose the greater good. He pushes people to aspire to be the best they can be. In his world, trust and openness replace parochialism.

Trudeau’s confidence is also infectious. In part because of that, he has become a magnet for talent. There’s no better indication of a great leader than one who seeks to attract exceptional people to his cause. In growing numbers across Canada, great people are choosing to enter active public life as candidates for the Liberal Party. What draws them is Justin Trudeau and the hope and practical idealism he represents. They are people of quality, accomplishment and dedication to service to Canada.

Among them is Bill Morneau, who is the Liberal Party’s candidate in Toronto Centre. After obtaining an undergraduate degree from the University of Western Ontario, he earned two masters degrees from the London School of Economics and from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France. Morneau is a world-class overachiever in all he touches. Until recently, Moreau was Chairman of the C.D. Howe Institute. Morneau is a highly respected entrepreneur, business leader, community activist, and generous benefactor.

Morneau is a business powerhouse and will add considerably more depth to an already deep Liberal bench on economic issues. He’ll join such stars as Scott Brison, John McCallum, and Chrystia Freeland.

Morneau’s decision to stand for public office for the first time is a concrete example of the Trudeau Effect. The same is true for another, Sven Spengemann, who is a candidate for the Liberal Party nomination in Mississauga South.

Born in Berlin, Germany, Spengemann moved to Canada at 14 with his parents and sisters, where they settled in Mississauga’s Erindale/Credit Woodlands neighbourhood. He earned his first law degree at Osgoode Hall, and then pursued graduate law degrees at the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium and Harvard Law School. Apparently not satisfied with only four of them, he completed fifth degree, this time his doctorate in political and constitutional theory, at Harvard Law School.

Spengemann’s awards are too many to list here, but he’s also a Fulbright Scholar.

In 2003 served as a senior policy analyst within the Privy Council office. That is the nerve center for Canada’s public service and is where the best and the brightest hang their hats.

In 2005 and for the seven years that followed, Spengemann served in Baghdad with the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), first as Legal Advisor and then Senior Constitutional Officer. He negotiated operational protocols with the US Coalition Forces to ensure operational, security and medical support for the UN Mission. He then led a team of international and Iraqi experts to assist the Iraqi Parliament, executive and Kurdistan Regional Government with constitutional and legislative reforms. Spengemann returned to Canada in 2012. He is BMO’s Visiting Fellow at York University’s Glendon School of Public and International Affairs, where he teaches on Middle East politics.

Another overachiever, Spengemann, a father of two, is a pilot and serious mountain climber. Several years ago, Sven paid me a visit at home in Vancouver. He showed up suited in the full body armour of the high performance motorcycle he pulled into my driveway on. It was a ride that took him from Toronto to Newfoundland, all the way West to the Coast of British Columbia, and back to Toronto again. When I asked him why he was doing that, his answer simply was: “What better way to see my great country?” And when I asked him recently why he wanted to run for parliament and subject himself to all that goes with being a politician in today’s 24-hour news cycle, his response was equally clear and elegant. “What better way to serve than to have a mandate from my fellow citizens to represent them?”

Sven Spengemann, like Bill Morneau, can do anything they want to in life. They certainly don’t have to take the massive pay cut, tripling of their workload, and the high probability that they will soon have to be dragged into the pettiness and ugliness of partisan warfare. The much bigger prize they covet is what makes all the sacrifice worth it: the opportunity to serve.

My hope is that Sven Spengemann’s next stop will be the House of Commons as the Member of Parliament for Mississauga South. His constituents need him there. And so does Canada.

The new Trudeau Effect’s consequences on Canada’s future are far more profound and far-reaching than most of us understand. When this kind of quality, substance, and stature are attracted to electoral politics for the first time, you just know that we are at the dawn of a very new, exciting, promising time in our nations history.

More Detail : http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/daniel-d-veniez/justin-trudeau-liberal-party_b_5568194.html

1906, 2014

Giving our Children a World-Class Education Liberal Plan Builds on Past Success to Ensure Students Thrive in the Future

By |June 19th, 2014|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Giving our Children a World-Class Education Liberal Plan Builds on Past Success to Ensure Students Thrive in the Future

Premier Kathleen Wynne joined Liberal candidate for Oak Ridges-Markham Helena Jaczek at St. Julia Billiart Catholic Elementary School today to announce the Liberal Plan to make Ontario’s world-class education system even better.

The Liberal Plan will build on significant progress made in education over the past 10 years by the Liberal government with the following new initiatives:

  • Introducing a three-year, $150 million Technology and Learning Fund that will help purchase tablets, software, cameras and other learning resources, while providing increased professional development for teachers.
  • Partnering with school boards, non-profit and community partners to provide students with 60 minutes of physical activity connected to the school day. This goal would be achieved through intramural sports, before- and after-school programs and other activities.
  • Improving math scores by implementing our Math Action Plan that includes providing better help for struggling students, reviewing the current math curriculum and encouraging more teachers to specialize in teaching math.
  • Expanding the Student Nutrition Program for an additional 56,000 children at 340 more schools, so that they are fully prepared to learn at the start of the school day.
  • Completing the implementation of Full-Day Kindergarten that is giving our youngest learners the best possible start to life, while saving families up to $6,500 a year in child care costs.
1906, 2014

Liberal Party of Canada Leader Justin Trudeau’s Speech to the Calgary Petroleum Club

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Delivered in Calgary, Alberta, on Wednesday, October 30, 2013. (Check against delivery.)

Thank you for inviting me.

It’s great to be back in Alberta.

J’ai passé du bon temps en famille ici, cet été.

Sophie, the kids and I took in a weekend in Banff, and then headed south on an RV trip through the Crowsnest Pass and onto B.C.

But the best time I spent here all summer, was the day spent digging out Jen Lannan’s basement in High River. It felt good to contribute, in a small way, to the incredible Albertan recovery effort.

Plus, little did I know, spending a day covered head to toe in mud prepared me well for what was waiting back in Parliament.

I want to talk this morning about the economy, and the big problem I think we need to solve, together.

But first, I want to be clear about why I keep coming back to Western Canada. I made Calgary the first stop on my leadership campaign last fall.

There were many, some within my camp, and many pundits on the outside, who questioned that decision. They said things like:

“It’s a waste of time; Liberals have no chance in Alberta.”

Others thought it was part of a grand strategy. They said:

“He either wants to show people he’s not his father, or that he’s as brave as his father.”

The truth is, I did that because I wanted to deliver a clear message.

This place is important: Calgary, Alberta, and all of Western Canada. It’s important now, and it will be even more important in the future – our shared future.

Those of us who aspire to positions of national leadership need to get that, or we will never truly be national leaders.

I sought the leadership of my party because I believe Canadians want a different kind of leader for their country. Someone who will talk straight to them, listen to them, and then act in their best interests.

They want someone who looks for ways to build on the many things we hold in common. They are tired of leaders who sow discord and seek political advancement by exploiting the divisions between us.

The malice, the negativity, the divisiveness: it might work politically in the short-term. But it’s corrosive over time.

Cette façon de faire incite à la méfiance et au soupçon. Cela engendre la peur et dresse les Canadiennes et les Canadiens les uns contre les autres.

It builds mistrust and suspicion. It fosters fear, and pits Canadians against one another.

And once we’re divided into camps – East against West, rich against poor, urban against rural – it’s very, very hard to come back together to solve problems.

This is not just a question of leadership style. It has very real, substantive consequences.

Many of you will know that last week in Washington, I told an audience of American liberals that I support the Keystone XL pipeline.

You might also have seen that I refused to criticize Mr. Harper or his government. Despite my many disagreements with the Prime Minister, I don’t think foreign soil is the place to air domestic disputes.

Well, now that I am comfortably back in Canada: let me unburden myself.

Actually, you could argue that Alberta’s interests have been compromised more than just about anyone else’s by Mr. Harper’s divisiveness.

It has made enemies of people who ought to be your friends, and turned what should have been a reasonable debate into an over-the-top rhetorical war. Most importantly, it has impeded progress.

Let me be clear: I support Keystone XL because, having examined the facts, and accepting the judgment of the National Energy Board, I believe it is in the national interest.

It will not eliminate all of our economic problems, as its most ardent supporters suggest, nor will it precipitate the end of the world as we know it, as its most vocal opponents contend.

On balance, it would create jobs and growth, strengthen our ties with the world’s most important market, and generate wealth. It would offer much needed flexibility to a constrained continental energy delivery system.

Most of all, it is in keeping with what I believe is a fundamental role of the Government of Canada: to open up markets abroad for Canadian resources, and to help create responsible and sustainable ways to get those resources to those markets.

In this, I agree with every Prime Minister this country has ever had, all the way back to John A. Macdonald.

So, as a measure of success, how is Mr. Harper doing?

Whether it is the bullying around Keystone and Northern Gateway, their one-sided approach to regulation with C-38, or the demonization of people who care about the environment, the message from Mr. Harper and his government has been clear: this is a black and white, us vs. them world, and you are either with us or against us.

They do what they do, the only way they know how to do it. As the old saying goes, when the only tool in your tool belt is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail.

In their defence, it has served them well up to now. It even led them to a majority government.

But it isn’t working for you.

The hard truth?

After eight years, here is what the so-called friendliest government that the Canadian energy industry has ever had has accomplished:

We are further than ever from sensible policy to reduce carbon pollution, and the oilsands have become the international poster child for climate change;

The government has failed to move the yardsticks on one of the most important infrastructure projects of our generation, the Keystone XL pipeline;

They have needlessly antagonized our closest friend and most important market; and

They have failed to gain access to the growing markets of the Asia-Pacific region.

In my view, this is a failure of leadership, of doing what Canadian Prime Ministers are supposed to do.

What should the government have done? Well, I’ll tell you what I would do:

First, I’d be transparent about what I believe to be the national interest. As I said, that means we need to open markets to our resources, and facilitate the creation of pathways to those markets in responsible, sustainable ways.

I would have joined and contributed to the provincial government, industry, and civil society efforts to build a national energy strategy. Part and parcel of that strategy ought to be a national approach to pipelines and development, within an overall framework that includes a policy that puts a price on carbon pollution.

All of this should be based on science and evidence, not hyperbole and bluster.

Now, believe me, the irony of this is not lost on me. I really wish it didn’t have to fall on some guy named Trudeau to propose a national energy anything.

But there’s a serious point here. To the average Canadian, the government seems to be chasing a different project every time they turn around. One week it’s Northern Gateway, the next it’s Keystone XL, the one after that it’s West-East.

None of this inspires confidence in Canadians that the government has thought this through, has a clear strategy, and a clear plan to execute that strategy.

We need national leadership that will make a clear, positive case about what is in our national interest.

Deuxièmement, j’établirais un cadre réglementaire équilibré : un cadre qui créerait de la croissance et protégerait l’environnement.

I would create a regulatory regime that is balanced: one that creates growth and protects the environment.

You need a government, not a cheerleader.

This is a critical point. I don’t think many would argue that our regulatory process was perfect in the past. I’m a liberal. I believe in continuous reform. I believe we can always do better.

The mistake this government made was in putting their thumb on the scale. The N.E.B. is now, effectively, an advisory board to Cabinet. It is no longer a quasi-judicial body. So how can it grant the social license you need to proceed with big, complex, multi-year projects that require billions in capital expenditure?

It is the federal government’s role to set policy. Then its role is to create fair and transparent processes so that industry and civil society can create economic growth and protect the environment.

Here’s the rub: I do not think the Harper Conservatives believe that both those things are possible. I think they believe in the old way. They think the economy and the environment are always opposed, and that growing the economy means compromising the environment.

Not only is that wrong, it’s profoundly counter-productive. Let me be clear on this. If we had stronger environmental policy in this country: stronger oversight, tougher penalties, and yes, some sort of means to price carbon pollution, then I believe the Keystone XL pipeline would have been approved already.

Le fait que nous n’avons pas de politique ferme fait de nous une cible facile.

It is the absence of strong policy that makes us an easy target.

Now, I don’t underestimate the effort required here. But think about this: we have known about the potential value of the oilsands for decades. But 50 years ago, we didn’t have the scientific knowledge or the technology required to extract that value.

We developed that science. We created that technology. Quite literally, we invented solutions to this problem.

This is where I am tough on people who make an easy division between the “knowledge economy” and the “natural resource economy”. Here in Canada, the natural resource economy is a big part of our knowledge economy.

We need to devote our brainpower and ingenuity to making resource extraction more sustainable. The same way we made it commercially viable. We have come a long way, but we still have a way to go.

This is no longer simply an environmental issue, my friends. This is quickly becoming an issue of market access. If we don’t convince the world that we have our act together, as a country, on the environment, we will find it harder and harder to get our resources to world markets.

Which brings me to my third point: diplomacy.

Perhaps the greatest indictment of the government is this: it has had the better part of a decade to remove the barriers preventing the US from approving this project.

Eight years to build a big, mutually beneficial project with our best friend and closest ally.

I believe diplomacy means making it easier for our partners to act in our best interest.

Instead of working together to solve mutual problems, the Prime Minister, Minister Oliver, Minister Baird and others have taken every opportunity to make it harder for the Americans to approve Keystone.

They have poked and prodded, annoyed and irritated the Obama administration at every turn. Largely, I suspect, because they don’t know how to work with people who don’t share their ideology.

Think about this for a moment. You’re the President of the United States, facing a tough re-election. You have a controversial project on your desk that many of your supporters don’t want you to approve. It is much, much more important to the project’s proponent than it is to you.

So, the proponent shows up. Instead of offering to work together to solve each other’s problems, the proponent brashly and publicly calls it a “no brainer”. When you tell him it’s not so straightforward and that there are real obstacles, he puts his tail between his legs and threatens to build the project to benefit China, despite having no realistic plan to get that done either.

Pas besoin de s’appeler Lester Pearson pour savoir reconnaître la mauvaise diplomatie quand on la voit.

At every turn, whether we’re talking about the “no brainer” summit in 2011, or the “we won’t take no for an answer” bluster in New York last month, the Prime Minister has been far, far more concerned about making headlines than making progress.

I also know, as I said last week in Washington, that there are a few very big things the Prime Minister of Canada needs to get right. One of those things is building a constructive working relationship with the President of the United States.

The only possible explanation for Mr. Harper’s behaviour – and this is definitely one of those cases where it’s an explanation, not an excuse – is that he thought Governor Romney was going to win the election.

Nor has their failure of diplomacy been exclusively international. The government has needlessly antagonized civil society within Canada. Instead of labeling them “foreign radicals” and “terrorists”, the government should have helped industry build partnerships with First Nations and environmental organizations, as has been done with great success in the forestry industry.

Times have changed, my friends. Social license is more important than ever. Governments may be able to issue permits, but only communities can grant permission.

This way of doing business is catching up with Mr. Harper and his party.

This is not who Canadians are, and it’s definitely not who we want to be.

We are a people of positive values. Optimism. Openness. Generosity of spirit. Compassion. Community service.

Canadians are willing to work harder than ever to build a country that reflects those values.

Canada is a country defined by hope and hard work.

Espérer qu’avoir une meilleure collectivité, un avenir meilleur, un meilleur pays, est toujours possible.

But we Canadians are no fools. Nor do we suffer them gladly. We know that hope is a fine thing, but without a tireless work ethic, it can be fleeting.

Perhaps it’s our history. After all, hope alone won’t erect a shelter before the first prairie snowfall. Hope on its own didn’t build the CPR, or develop the oilsands. It didn’t build the Rideau Canal, or the TransCanada highway.

The world has changed, my friends. It remains a fundamental role of the Government of Canada to get Canadian resources to new markets, at home and abroad.

But for most of our history, that has been more straightforward. It meant building grain elevators and deep-water ports, railways and highways, airports and customs offices.

This is a much more complex effort now, and will get even more so in the future. Market access, more and more, will depend on how well we manage our domestic policy, especially when it comes to the environment.

I believe we can solve these problems a lot faster, a lot better, and a lot more cheaply if we see each other as partners in that national effort.

We won’t solve them at all if we allow our so-called friends to divide us in mutual antagonism from our fellow Canadians.

As someone once said, “God save me from my friends. I can protect myself from my enemies.”

Le message que je vous adresse aujourd’hui est simple : comme toutes les Canadiennes et tous les Canadiens, vous avez besoin d’un gouvernement honnête et ouvert qui collabore avec vous pour résoudre, dans l’intérêt national, les grands problèmes de l’heure.

My message to you today is a simple one: you, like other Canadians need an honest and open government that works with you to solve big problems in the national interest.

I hope in the coming years to earn the privilege of leading that government.

Keep an open mind: you can find friends in the most unexpected places.

Source: https://justinca.liberal.ca/liberal-party-of-canada-leader-justin-trudeaus-speech-to-the-calgary-petroleum-club/

1906, 2014

Justin Trudeau Supports Sandra Yeung Racco’s Positive Vision for Thornhill

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Ontario Liberal candidate Sandra Yeung Racco welcomed Justin Trudeau, Liberal Leader of Canada, for a campaign visit to Thornhill on Thursday, January 16. The visit featured a dim sum lunch and meet-and-greet with members of Thornhill’s Chinese community, followed by a visit with local Italian, Filipino, South Asian and Chinese seniors clubs.

The visit concluded with a campaign rally at Yeung Racco’s campaign headquarters, where Yeung Racco, a local city councilor for more than a decade, had a clear and positive message for the people of Thornhill. The event was attended by more than 300 supporters.

“People here have told me they are excited about being represented by a candidate who knows them and who has already fought for the issues they care about,” said Yeung Racco. “I will fight on behalf of the community to bring a Yonge subway extension into Thornhill, continue to invest in jobs and opportunities and help strengthen pensions.”

Mr. Trudeau was impressed by the level of enthusiasm and support he observed at such an early stage of the Yeung Racco campaign. He said that both the federal and provincial Liberal parties share a common commitment to positive politics and investing in people to create opportunities.

“The people of Thornhill should be excited to have Sandra Yeung Racco as a candidate,” said Mr. Trudeau. “She knows the Thornhill community, knows the issues and will serve as a strong representative for the people of this great area.”

Source: http://www.voteyeungracco.ca/News/1515?l=EN

1906, 2014

Preparing Student Today for Jobs of Tomorrow

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Premier Kathleen Wynne joined Sault Ste. Marie Liberal candidate David Orazietti at Holy Cross Catholic School in Sault Ste. Marie today to announce that Liberals will prepare students for the jobs of tomorrow by investing $150 million in a three-year Technology and Learning Fund.

Premier Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals also recognize that students today are entering a world that is more technologically-driven than ever before and technology is changing the way students learn and the way educators teach. That is why Ontario Liberals will help prepare students for success in an interconnected, globalized economy by creating the three-year fund, which will be used to:

  • Purchase tablets, software, cameras and learning resources for teachers and students.
  • Support professional development to help teachers integrate the latest technology in the classroom.
  • Help schools share innovative teaching approaches across school boards.
3107, 2012

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3107, 2012

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Donec volutpat nibh sit amet libero ornare non laoreet arcu luctus. Donec id arcu quis mauris euismod placerat sit amet ut metus. Sed imperdiet fringilla sem eget euismod. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Pellentesque adipiscing, neque ut pulvinar tincidunt, est sem euismod odio, eu ullamcorper turpis nisl sit amet velit. Nullam vitae nibh odio, non scelerisque nibh. Vestibulum ut est augue, in varius purus.

Proin dictum lobortis justo at pretium. Nunc malesuada ante sit amet purus ornare pulvinar. Donec suscipit dignissim ipsum at euismod. Curabitur malesuada lorem sed metus adipiscing in vehicula quam commodo. Sed porttitor elementum elementum. Proin eu ligula eget leo consectetur sodales et non mauris. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.

Nunc tincidunt, elit non cursus euismod, lacus augue ornare metus, egestas imperdiet nulla nisl quis mauris. Suspendisse a pharetra urna. Morbi dui lectus, pharetra nec elementum eget, vulputate ut nisi. Aliquam accumsan, nulla sed feugiat vehicula, lacus justo semper libero, quis porttitor turpis odio sit amet ligula. Duis dapibus fermentum orci, nec malesuada libero vehicula ut. Integer sodales, urna eget interdum eleifend, nulla nibh laoreet nisl, quis dignissim mauris dolor eget mi. Donec at mauris enim. Duis nisi tellus, adipiscing a convallis quis, tristique vitae risus. Nullam molestie gravida lobortis. Proin ut nibh quis felis auctor ornare. Cras ultricies, nibh at mollis faucibus, justo eros porttitor mi, quis auctor lectus arcu sit amet nunc. Vivamus gravida vehicula arcu, vitae vulputate augue lacinia faucibus.

Ut porttitor euismod cursus. Mauris suscipit, turpis ut dapibus rhoncus, odio erat egestas orci, in sollicitudin enim erat id est. Sed auctor gravida arcu, nec fringilla orci aliquet ut. Nullam eu pretium purus. Maecenas fermentum posuere sem vel posuere. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Morbi ornare convallis lectus a faucibus. Praesent et urna turpis. Fusce tincidunt augue in velit tincidunt sed tempor felis porta. Nunc sodales, metus ut vestibulum ornare, est magna laoreet lectus, ut adipiscing massa odio sed turpis. In nec lorem porttitor urna consequat sagittis. Nullam eget elit ante. Pellentesque justo urna, semper nec faucibus sit amet, aliquam at mi. Maecenas eget diam nec mi dignissim pharetra.

 

3107, 2012

Class Aptent Taciti Soci Ad Litora

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Quisque ligula ipsum, euismod a vulputate a, ultricies et elit. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos himenaeos. Nulla nunc dui, tristique in semper vel, congue sed ligula. Nam dolor ligula, faucibus id sodales in, auctor fringilla libero. Pellentesque pellentesque tempor tellus eget hendrerit. Morbi id aliquam ligula. Aliquam id dui sem. Proin rhoncus consequat nisl, eu ornare mauris tincidunt vitae.

Vestibulum sodales ante a purus volutpat euismod. Proin sodales quam nec ante sollicitudin lacinia. Ut egestas bibendum tempor. Morbi non nibh sit amet ligula blandit ullamcorper in nec risus. Pellentesque fringilla diam faucibus tortor bibendum vulputate. Etiam turpis urna, rhoncus et mattis ut, dapibus eu nunc. Nunc sed aliquet nisi. Nullam ut magna non lacus adipiscing volutpat. Aenean odio mauris, consectetur quis consequat quis, blandit a nunc. Sed orci erat, placerat ac interdum ut, suscipit eu augue. Nunc vitae mi tortor. Ut vel justo quis lectus elementum ullamcorper volutpat vel libero.

Donec volutpat nibh sit amet libero ornare non laoreet arcu luctus. Donec id arcu quis mauris euismod placerat sit amet ut metus. Sed imperdiet fringilla sem eget euismod. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Pellentesque adipiscing, neque ut pulvinar tincidunt, est sem euismod odio, eu ullamcorper turpis nisl sit amet velit. Nullam vitae nibh odio, non scelerisque nibh. Vestibulum ut est augue, in varius purus.

Proin dictum lobortis justo at pretium. Nunc malesuada ante sit amet purus ornare pulvinar. Donec suscipit dignissim ipsum at euismod. Curabitur malesuada lorem sed metus adipiscing in vehicula quam commodo. Sed porttitor elementum elementum. Proin eu ligula eget leo consectetur sodales et non mauris. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.

Nunc tincidunt, elit non cursus euismod, lacus augue ornare metus, egestas imperdiet nulla nisl quis mauris. Suspendisse a pharetra urna. Morbi dui lectus, pharetra nec elementum eget, vulputate ut nisi. Aliquam accumsan, nulla sed feugiat vehicula, lacus justo semper libero, quis porttitor turpis odio sit amet ligula. Duis dapibus fermentum orci, nec malesuada libero vehicula ut. Integer sodales, urna eget interdum eleifend, nulla nibh laoreet nisl, quis dignissim mauris dolor eget mi. Donec at mauris enim. Duis nisi tellus, adipiscing a convallis quis, tristique vitae risus. Nullam molestie gravida lobortis. Proin ut nibh quis felis auctor ornare. Cras ultricies, nibh at mollis faucibus, justo eros porttitor mi, quis auctor lectus arcu sit amet nunc. Vivamus gravida vehicula arcu, vitae vulputate augue lacinia faucibus.

Ut porttitor euismod cursus. Mauris suscipit, turpis ut dapibus rhoncus, odio erat egestas orci, in sollicitudin enim erat id est. Sed auctor gravida arcu, nec fringilla orci aliquet ut. Nullam eu pretium purus. Maecenas fermentum posuere sem vel posuere. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Morbi ornare convallis lectus a faucibus. Praesent et urna turpis. Fusce tincidunt augue in velit tincidunt sed tempor felis porta. Nunc sodales, metus ut vestibulum ornare, est magna laoreet lectus, ut adipiscing massa odio sed turpis. In nec lorem porttitor urna consequat sagittis. Nullam eget elit ante. Pellentesque justo urna, semper nec faucibus sit amet, aliquam at mi. Maecenas eget diam nec mi dignissim pharetra.

3107, 2012

Nullam Vitae Nibh Un Odiosters

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Quisque ligulas ipsum, euismod atras vulputate iltricies etri elit. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos himenaeos. Nulla nunc dui, tristique in semper vel, congue sed ligula. Nam dolor ligula, faucibus id sodales in, auctor fringilla libero. Pellentesque pellentesque tempor tellus eget hendrerit. Morbi id aliquam ligula. Aliquam id dui sem. Proin rhoncus consequat nisl, eu ornare mauris tincidunt vitae.

Vestibulum sodales ante a purus volutpat euismod. Proin sodales quam nec ante sollicitudin lacinia. Ut egestas bibendum tempor. Morbi non nibh sit amet ligula blandit ullamcorper in nec risus. Pellentesque fringilla diam faucibus tortor bibendum vulputate. Etiam turpis urna, rhoncus et mattis ut, dapibus eu nunc. Nunc sed aliquet nisi. Nullam ut magna non lacus adipiscing volutpat. Aenean odio mauris, consectetur quis consequat quis, blandit a nunc. Sed orci erat, placerat ac interdum ut, suscipit eu augue. Nunc vitae mi tortor. Ut vel justo quis lectus elementum ullamcorper volutpat vel libero.

Donec volutpat nibh sit amet libero ornare non laoreet arcu luctus. Donec id arcu quis mauris euismod placerat sit amet ut metus. Sed imperdiet fringilla sem eget euismod. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Pellentesque adipiscing, neque ut pulvinar tincidunt, est sem euismod odio, eu ullamcorper turpis nisl sit amet velit. Nullam vitae nibh odio, non scelerisque nibh. Vestibulum ut est augue, in varius purus.

Proin dictum lobortis justo at pretium. Nunc malesuada ante sit amet purus ornare pulvinar. Donec suscipit dignissim ipsum at euismod. Curabitur malesuada lorem sed metus adipiscing in vehicula quam commodo. Sed porttitor elementum elementum. Proin eu ligula eget leo consectetur sodales et non mauris. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.

Nunc tincidunt, elit non cursus euismod, lacus augue ornare metus, egestas imperdiet nulla nisl quis mauris. Suspendisse a pharetra urna. Morbi dui lectus, pharetra nec elementum eget, vulputate ut nisi. Aliquam accumsan, nulla sed feugiat vehicula, lacus justo semper libero, quis porttitor turpis odio sit amet ligula. Duis dapibus fermentum orci, nec malesuada libero vehicula ut. Integer sodales, urna eget interdum eleifend, nulla nibh laoreet nisl, quis dignissim mauris dolor eget mi. Donec at mauris enim. Duis nisi tellus, adipiscing a convallis quis, tristique vitae risus. Nullam molestie gravida lobortis. Proin ut nibh quis felis auctor ornare. Cras ultricies, nibh at mollis faucibus, justo eros porttitor mi, quis auctor lectus arcu sit amet nunc. Vivamus gravida vehicula arcu, vitae vulputate augue lacinia faucibus.

Ut porttitor euismod cursus. Mauris suscipit, turpis ut dapibus rhoncus, odio erat egestas orci, in sollicitudin enim erat id est. Sed auctor gravida arcu, nec fringilla orci aliquet ut. Nullam eu pretium purus. Maecenas fermentum posuere sem vel posuere. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Morbi ornare convallis lectus a faucibus. Praesent et urna turpis. Fusce tincidunt augue in velit tincidunt sed tempor felis porta. Nunc sodales, metus ut vestibulum ornare, est magna laoreet lectus, ut adipiscing massa odio sed turpis. In nec lorem porttitor urna consequat sagittis. Nullam eget elit ante. Pellentesque justo urna, semper nec faucibus sit amet, aliquam at mi. Maecenas eget diam nec mi dignissim pharetra.