Accomodating the whole darn world

At the same time, the stationary-eyed side darkens to match the top side, while the other side remains white.

This color scheme disguises halibut from above (blending with the ocean floor) and from below (blending into the light from the sky) and is known as countershading.

In the Champlain Local Health Integration Network — a sprawling triangular-shaped region that stretches from Deep River to Cornwall to Hawkesbury — the median wait time to enter long-term care from home is 135 days, four and a half months.

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The mini country on France's sun-kissed Mediterranean coast is home to about 38,000 people, and one in three are millionaires, according to Wealth Insight. Famous residents include Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton, tennis star Novak Djokovic and Lady Tina Green, wife of British retail billionaire Sir Philip Green.

The prospect of keeping hold of most of their wealth has attracted people from over 100 nations.

The Lutys get six hours of home care service a day, largely because Con is still recovering from a lengthy stay at the Queensway Carleton Hospital in November, but even so, Belva finds life exhausting, stressful and socially isolating. But the burden it places on families and caregivers like Belva Luty are immense.

She doesn’t know what service she’ll get when the hospital’s home care commitment ends. Often what drives seniors into long-term care is not their own needs, but rather that their caregiver — usually a younger spouse — burns out or falls ill. The province says 116 days is the median waiting to time to find a spot in long-term care, meaning half wait longer and half wait less.

Halibut is a common name principally applied to the two flatfish in the genus Hippoglossus from the family of right-eye flounders.

Less commonly, and in some regions only, other species of flatfish are also referred to as being halibuts.

As he has as every day for the past three years, 90-year-old Constantine ‘Con’ Luty sits inside his Stittsville home and waits.

The one time fur trader — in the 1940s Luty ran a Hudson’s Bay Company trading post, travelling by dog team along the shores of Hudson’s Bay to trade for sealskins and Arctic fox pelts — is one of the roughly 9,000 people on the waiting list for long-term care in Eastern Ontario.

Whether you're a destination bride or just looking to go big (not home! Or just grab a room in the block with all your other guests? To help you make up your mind, we tracked down a few brides, who, in retrospect, really wish they had put a little more thought into the whole wedding night accommodations thing. We should have read all the reviews (the good too)"We stayed at a bed and breakfast in the area, and the one thing I regret is not reading all the reviews first.

) on your wedding night, where you stay right after you get married is pretty darn important. Although they were good, several people did mention how the lady who owns the B&B is sweet but a little too involved.

Three other children, scattered a bit further away around the Ottawa Valley, help out when they can. “I don’t think seniors should have to wait for from three to five years for long term care.

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