The easiest, but not the most exciting dance! Just start making a few basic moves. Then, when you’re comfortable, try to find a new way to make it happen. There are a number of common moves you can try out, and even if you don’t stick with the one you’ve picked out, you’ll soon be surprised that there are others!
What is your ultimate dance style?
I have three different dance styles on my site! All are easy to start. In the end, you’ll always have a dance you can be proud of!
Where can I learn more about you?
I have several YouTube videos on which to educate yourself. If you don’t want to go to YouTube, you can see an interview I did with “The Great Dan Brown” when I was on stage at the Denver Improv Theater. This interview is also available as a podcast on iTunes.
If you have any questions, or are having difficulties watching the videos, please feel free to contact me!
The Supreme Court of Alberta has upheld the rights of the province’s police forces to refuse traffic fines under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The ruling came just days after the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, which sought the case because of “clear and present danger to public safety,” asked the Supreme Court to invalidate the Traffic Fine Act.
Forced to take notice
The court found the legislation violated section 8(b) of the Charter because it gave police the discretion to refuse fines.
“[The legislation] imposes excessive, irrational, unreasonably restrictive and non-consensual sanctions in a manner that is incompatible with the charter. It puts the onus on people convicted of minor driving offences to prove they are not likely to commit such offences going forward and thus, to prove that they are likely to comply with the sanction,” wrote the judges in the 4-0 ruling.
Police and court must abide by the law
The court ruled those prohibitions must be observed because police and courts must comply with the law and there is an “undue risk of harm” to the public if the prohibitions are not observed.
“This is not a trivial matter. By construing section 8(b) as requiring an absolute right to refuse to pay a traffic fine — and thus requiring officers of the police service to refuse to enforce those charges, and by placing the onus of proof of non-compliance with the fee on motorists alone — this Court
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