'Linda O'Leary was not impaired' during fatal boat crash, says defence lawyer
A lawyer for Linda O'Leary, the wife of celebrity businessman Kevin O'Leary, says his client was not impaired when she got involved in a boat crash on an Ontario lake that left two people dead. Recently unsealed court documents allege Linda O'Leary had alcohol on her breath the morning after the boat she was driving collided with another vessel around 11:30 p.m. on Aug. 24. on Lake Joseph. Search warrant documents filed by Ontario Provincial Police say Linda O'Leary told police she had consumed alcohol after the crash, but before the breath test was administered on the morning of Aug. 25.
The idea of alcohol in space may seem outlandish, but a number of companies and organizations are keen to tap into new orbital opportunities. In December 2018, for example, Budweiser sent an experiment to the orbiting space lab to analyze strains of barley seeds as they go through rapid
Other alcohol experiments also have been conducted in space . Last month, a dozen bottles of fine French wine arrived at the space station in the name of science. Chris Carberry, author of “ Alcohol in Space : Past, Present and Future,” said that alcohol -related space research has broad implications.
The idea of alcohol in space may seem outlandish, but a number of companies and organizations are ready to tap into some new opportunities.
On Dec. 5, SpaceXa 3-ton shipment to the International Space Station containing a miniature of a brewery's malt house. The barley grains were sent into space for a beer-malting experiment by Anheuser-Busch. It's the latest in a series of Budweiser experiments to explore how barley germination is affected by weightlessness.
Parents, estate of Grand Manan fisherman killed in New Year's crash sue drunk driver
Parents, estate of Grand Manan fisherman killed in New Year's crash sue drunk driverDaniel Greene, 23, was sentenced last month to four years in prison after being found guilty of impaired driving causing the death of Derek Patey, and being in a fatal motor vehicle crash while having a blood-alcohol level above the legal limit.
The idea of alcohol in space may seem outlandish, but a number of companies and organizations are keen to tap into new orbital opportunities. Why the Supreme Court Rebuked the Trump Administration’s Quest for Speedy Executions.
Spilling beer during some drunken orbital hijinks could also risk damaging equipment. Then there is the issue of responsibility. We don’t allow car drivers or jet pilots to be drunk and in charge of their vehicles, so it is hardly surprising the same rules apply to astronauts inside a 0 billion space
In December 2018, for example, Budweiser sent an experiment to the orbiting space lab to analyze strains of barley seeds as they go through rapid hydration, germination and drying associated with malting barley. “Results from this research could help the company develop new malt barley varieties that are more tolerant to extreme stress environments and could also provide valuable insight for the general agricultural community,” explained the ISS U.S. National Laboratory, in areleased at the time.
Fox News has reached out to Anheuser-Busch with a request for comment on this story.
Man facing multiple sexual assault charges tells court complainants are lying
A former club promoter accused of multiple counts of sexual assault says each of the complainants are either mistaken or lying , Edmonton court heard Monday. As Crown prosecutor Mark Huyser-Wierenga continued to cross-examine Matthew McKnight over his memory of events that happened between 2010 and 2016, McKnight doubled down that each of the 13 complainants in the case are lying about their sexual encounters. McKnight is facing 12 counts of sexual assault and one count of sexual assault causing bodily harm against 13 women while working as a promoter for several night clubs in the city.
I cover the business of beer and alcohol , mixed with a little politics. In a stated effort to become the first beer on Mars, the company that makes Budweiser is shooting barley seeds up to The seeds will stay in orbit for a month before coming back down to earth to be analyzed by AB InBev’s American
Spilling beer during some drunken orbital hijinks could also risk damaging equipment. Tests suggest the old adage that drinking at altitude while on aircraft flights increases the Then there is the issue of responsibility. We don’t allow car drivers or jet pilots to be drunk and in charge of their vehicles, so it is
Other alcohol experiments also have been conducted in space. Last month,of fine French wine arrived at the space station in the name of science. The red Bordeaux will age there for a year before returning to Earth. Researchers will study how weightlessness and space radiation affect the aging process. The goal is to develop new flavors and properties for the food industry.
In 2015, Japanese beverage giant Suntoryplans to send six samples of whiskey and other alcoholic beverages to the ISS, but the company did not have an update on the experiment when asked by Fox News.
Chris Carberry, author of “,” said that alcohol-related space research has broad implications. Anheuser-Busch’s experiments with barley, for example, could have a direct effect on agriculture in space, according to Carberry.
“You’re getting a completely different industry that is trying to solve problems that we have to solve before we have a sustainable presence on the Moon or Mars,” Carberry told Fox News. “[In space] we need to create our own food fast.”
Alberta loses beer battle in Appeal Court, but won't have to repay brewers
EDMONTON — Alberta's top court has dismissed the province's appeal of a ruling that disallowed a program meant to promote local craft beers. But the Court of Appeal tossed out part of an earlier judgment that granted two out-of-province brewers more than $2 million in damages. In a unanimous decision, the court found that a 2015 policy by the previous NDP government to charge retailers a higher markup for beer brewed outside British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan was a barrier to interprovincial trade, which violates the Constitution.
Couple that with a space renaissance, given the large amount of wealth to be made from space services, capabilities and activities. For example, great entrepreneurs such as Jeff Bezos (Blue Origin and Amazon) and Elon Musk (SpaceX and Tesla) are only a few leading the way in making access to
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But what about consuming alcohol in space? In his book, Carberry explains that, while astronauts and cosmonauts are prohibited from imbibing in orbit, there are stories of Russian cosmonauts bringing cognac to the former Mir space station and to the ISS. On occasion, this cognac is said to have been shared with astronauts. “It turned into this bonding in space – floating orbs of cognac, just a little shot,” he said. “I think it has played an interesting diplomatic role.”
As for the U.S. space program, there have been famous instances of alcohol in orbit. Miniature, for example, traveled to space on the mission in December 1968 but remained unopened. The following year, Lunar Module Pilot Buzz Aldrin , including wine, on the lunar surface.
In his book, Carberry discusses the role of alcohol, and looks to the future, with a possible return to theand manned missions to on the horizon. “Alcohol has played a pivotal role, good and bad, in society,” he said, noting its impact on agriculture, diplomacy and human relations.
So what would a hangover in space feel like? Carberry says that it is still unknown. “We do not know how [alcohol] would metabolize in space,” he said.
And, additionally, he points out that in orbit, “nobody has ever become inebriated."
2 arrested in bust at Vancouver house full of stolen clothing and liquor .
VPD say the home was set up like a store with rooms full of shoplifted items from over 25 stores laid out on racks and tables,Sgt. Aaron Roed said an anonymous tip led VPD to the location where two people were taken into custody on Nov. 27. The pair is known to police.