This year graduating class will form the first cohort. In addition to the high school PEOPLE students who have been in the program for the last three years, the cohort includes the original and first cohort of middle school students from Madison Metropolitan School District schools who entered the PEOPLE program in 2000. For fall 2005, 41 new undergraduates have been admitted.
For a show that’s ostensibly about acceptance and diversity, “Shrek” has an awful lot of jokes about its characters being short, ugly or stupid. This poor judgmental attitude is undercut at CT Rep by a racially varied ensemble, some cross gender casting and the eschewing of idealized body types. The cast is all shapes and sizes.
Three small businesses spoke to the in early April about how they were coping with the coronavirus pandemic and their mood, approximately two weeks into the economic shutdown, was not particularly optimistic.Since then, a slew of government support programs have been introduced, including the Canadian Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS), which offers a 75 per cent wage subsidy up to $847 per employee per week, numerous interest free loan options, such as the Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA), and the Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA) that incents landlords to offer rent discounts to tenants.We caught up with those three businesses again to see how they have been coping a full two months into the current economic crisis.Case studies in survival: What three small businesses say about the benefits designed to help them weather the coronavirus crisisMore than a third of Canadians say they won’t spend like they used to once lockdowns liftWhy reopening the economy is just the start of even more headaches for already struggling businessesBusiness Name: Poppy Barley Inc.Owners: Kendall and Justine BarberLocation: Edmonton and CalgaryBrief history:Poppy Barley sells ethically sourced shoes, bags and accessories. It was founded in 2012 by Justine and Kendall Barber, and added its first two employees a year later. Up until that point, it was an online only store, but in 2017 it opened a retail location in Edmonton.
The HubPages grouping feature is accessed by selecting the Hubs button in the body of the page while in the My Account section of HubPages, then the Categories link from the navigation bar along the left side of the page, then the Edit Groups link in the body of the page. The page that is displayed is called Your Hub Groups. New groups can be added by selecting the Add New Groups button.