Just one today, since Jeff Goldblum did not die yesterday, enjoy this:
JEFF GOLDBLUM IS WATCHING YOU POOP
Be sure to turn up the sound before clicking.
Moving to Iqaluit FAQ, Ver. 6.0
1 month ago
Everyone serving food are paid employees, our staff,” he said. “That’s always been the case. We always pay our staff. That’s been the case for 28 years.”
Murphy said the volunteer work being done is associated with Oak Acres Children’s Foundation, the charity selected to be the recipient of the profits brought in through sales at the beverage tent.
The Oak Acres camp near Murray River is a registered charity which operates six camping sessions per summer for children who are selected to attend by the province’s guidance counsellors.
Approximately 480 children are able to enjoy the camp each year at no cost.
Murphy added that all the volunteers recruited will be working in the beverage tent on behalf of the charity.
“That’s the only volunteer element with the festival,” Murphy said. “That message didn’t get out for some reason.”
When the ad appeared in The Guardian, it made no mention of the charity nor explained the reasons behind the request for volunteers. The ad resulted in a number of critical comments, including the P.E.I. Federation of Labour which questioned using free labour for a private business.
"We're in business to make money," Wright told CBC News. "We put our best foot forward to try and get this contract."
"We're providing food for the bands and the acts, so … they may get to rub elbows with Reba McEntire or some of the other acts."
"PEI is more currupt than Mexico and Quebec put together."