A Perspective homemaker's hint:
Trussing, or tying up the wings and legs of a chicken, is an important step in roasting a whole bird evenly; it ensures evenly-cooked, moist meat, and prevents anything stuffed inside from falling out. But even if you don’t have kitchen twine on hand, you can still truss a chicken using its own skin.
(Note: make sure the bird is dead first!)
While the federal government certainly has the authority to assign priorities, such as pursuing certain types of hate speech, to the RCMP, any resulting prosecution would require an assent from a provincial attorney general.
And it would almost certainly be challenged under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, civil liberties groups say.
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"I spent 20 years of my life in prison, in and out, but as soon as I started talking about stuff, as soon as I saw my abuser in court, that's when things changed in my life," Williams said.
'I did more time than he'll ever do'Now 45, Williams said his life is finally back on track. He's working as an addiction counsellor in his home community of North Caribou Lake First Nation and coaching a youth lacrosse team.
"I did more time than he'll ever do," Williams said. "What I'm angry about is the sentence he got, the deal he got."
'All I wanted was for him to be in prison'"All I wanted was for him to be in prison," Jason Anderson said of his reason for going to police. "That's the only reason I came out because I heard he was only getting a five-year sentence and I thought, 'That's BS.'"
Anderson said he hopes the new documentary will help people understand why so many men of his generation have turned to drugs and alcohol.
"I'm already to that point where I want to just move on with life and forget about him," Anderson said. "Still I think there's some more punishment he should get, for sure."