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1. We Need Sex And The City 3

Many articles have popped up around the internet, getting all of us steamed about the potential production of Sex And The City 3. There is obviously more to tell to the story of our favorite girls, but if you read through the lines, the main concern is whether or not they would still be relevant, and if people would still watch it.

I created this petition to show people that the movie is INDEED still relevant, that we would all just love to see our favorite (formerly single gals) on the screen one more time.

Please sign this, and let's show producers, directors, and most importantly our four beloved actresses that they still matter for us and we would simply adore to see them again.

WE NEED SEX AND THE CITY 3!

2. Get more transformice clouds! Obtenha mais nuvens transformice!

Transformice recently lowered clouds down to 1 use only because mice were abusing!, Clouds were great So maybe We can get the staff of transformice to Give us more clouds, Maybe not unlimited but maybe 5 or 3, Sign if you want clouds back, We're aiming for 1000!

Transformice reduziu recentemente nuvens até um uso apenas porque os ratos estavam abusando!, As nuvens eram tão grande que talvez possamos chegar o pessoal do transformice para nos dar mais nuvens, talvez não seja ilimitado, mas talvez 5 ou 3, sinal se você quer nuvens de volta, nós 're apontando para 1000!

3. Save Lives Through Presumed Organ Donation :: Sauver des vies grâce au consentement présumé de don d’organes

4500+ Canadians currently await an organ transplant because the need for replacement organs far exceeds the available supply. for waitlist individuals, this leads to debilitated lifestyle, critical care intervention, or premature death. sadly, hundreds of preventable deaths result each year due to organ shortages.

Presently, the organ donation registration process varies across Canada. only 2 provinces have an official organ donation registration system in place (BC & Ontario). for the remaining provinces/territories, organ donation of the deceased individual is ultimately vulnerable to omission or disregard: within the extant system, family members are empowered to make the final decision.

In conducted health polls, 95% of Canadians answered that they would accept an organ in the event they needed one. additionally, the majority of these surveyed individuals were not in fact opposed to the idea of organ donation but rather quite the opposite. so if the majority of the nation supports the idea of organ donation, then why have so few actually registered?

The establishment of a federal organ donor registry would bridge this gap. Upon legal age, citizens would be automatically registered as willing organ donors in the event of a premature death. to ensure personal freedom and rights are protected for every citizen, each individual would be provided with the option to legally unlist from the registry. in the case of a minor, the choice to donate would become a legal guardian responsibility. presumed organ donation would more accurately represent the disposition of Canadian citizens, minimize premature death based on organ shortages, while still protecting personal freedoms and rights.

How can you help eradicate the organ shortage crisis? a bill will be proposed to the Government of Canada (with the signatures added to this petition) which will state:

Let it be recognized that every citizen of Canada of legal age be registered in a Federal Presumed Organ Donor Registry unless otherwise specified by the individual right to unlist.

PLEASE, sign the petition and forward the link. join us in raising our voices to make a difference in our nation… because WE can.


Sauver des vies grâce au consentement présumé de don d’organes

Plus de 4500 Canadiens sont actuellement en attente d’une transplantation d’organes parce que le besoin pour le remplacement d’organes est supérieur aux dons disponibles. Cet état de fait peut compromettre la qualité de vie des gens dont le nom figure sur la liste d’attente. Plusieurs individus doivent recevoir des soins intensifs et certains mourront de façon prématurée. Ainsi, des centaines de morts surviennent chaque année à cause de ce manque d’organes.

Pour l’instant, les registres de dons d’organes diffèrent à travers le Canada. Seulement deux provinces – l’Ontario et la Colombie-Britannique possèdent un registre officiel de donneurs d’organes. Pour les autres provinces et territoires, le prélèvement d’organes de la personne décédée est susceptible d’être omis ou même de ne pas être envisagé.

D’après des sondages portant sur la santé, 95 pour cent des Canadiens ont indiqué qu’ils accepteraient de recevoir un organe en cas de besoin. Ainsi, la majorité des gens interrogés étaient favorables au don d’organes. Alors pourquoi si peu d’entre eux ont-ils clairement exprimé leur volonté?

La mise sur pied d’un registre fédéral officiel viendrait combler ce vide. Au moment d’atteindre la majorité, les citoyens seraient d’emblée considérés comme des donneurs potentiels en cas de mort prématurée. Pour garantir la liberté individuelle et la protection de chaque citoyen, chaque personne se verrait offrir le choix de se désister officiellement de ce registre. Dans le cas d’un mineur, la décision du don reviendrait aux parents ou au tuteur légal. Le consentement présumé de don d’organes correspondrait davantage à la position des Canadiens sur la question et contribuerait à réduire le nombre de morts prématurées liées au manque d’organes tout en protégeant le choix et la liberté de chacun.

Comment aider à réduire le manque d’organes disponibles ? Un projet de loi sera proposé au Gouvernement canadien (et sera accompagné des signatures de cette pétition) et se lira comme suit :

Reconnaissons que chaque citoyen canadien ayant atteint l’âge de la maturité fasse partie du registre de consentement présumé de don d’organes à moins d’un désistement volontaire.

SVP, signez la pétition et faites suivre ce lien. Vous aussi, vous pouvez faire une différence. D’après Transplant Québec, « un donneur d’organes peut sauver jusqu’à 8 vies. Un donneur d’organes peut aussi aider jusqu’à 15 autres personnes par le don de tissus. »

Nous, soussignés, invitons le Gouvernement canadien à mettre en place un système de consentement présumé de don d’organes afin de réduire le manque actuel et d’ainsi sauver des vies.

4. Michelle Obama Please Visit Black Jack, MO! Support Build A Body Kid's Fitness

Each fall, Christian Embassy Church (CEC) in Black Jack, Missouri hosts an annual community fundraiser for a nationally recognized charity organization suitably named Harvest Fest. In years past, CEC has raised funds for United Service Organizations (USO), American Heart Association and American Diabetes Association just to name a few.

The monies raised total into the thousands. This year's charity recipient is a local non-profit organization, Buid A Body Kid's Fitness, Inc.. As many people know, the child obesity epidemic in America is at an increasingly staggering level and its correction is a major focus of our First Lady, Michelle Obama.

In an effort to attract Mrs. Obama's recognition of our support towards the elimination of this nationwide problem and to invite her to Harvest Fest, we are asking for your signature which will be sent to The White House for review.

5. Mississaugas of New Credit First Nation Residency Code

The Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation Band Council & the Director of Reseach & Membership have been trying to impliment a Residency By-Law since 1985. The Misisaugas of the New Credit band members have been told that there was a number of surveys and community meetings on this issue and have only been given percentages on any of the surveys and no numbers. The band members are not sure if it is 10,20,30 or what number of the people that make up the percentages that are influencing the changes and decisions for over 1500 band membes. On July 7, 2003 a Residency By-Law was given final approval by a quorum of Chief and Council and forwarded to Indian and Northern Affairs Canada without the majority of th band members approval. According to the Interpetation Section 2.0 of the Residency By-Law "Non-Members" means "a person who is not a band member of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation" residing within the New Credit Reserve 40A. This definition includes all First Nation people wh are not a band member of th Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation and any non-native spouse of a Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation band member.

Some Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation band members thought that as long as they were married to another native whether they were a band member of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation or from another reserve, that the their spouse would be allowed to live within the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation Territory since the Indian Act states that Reserve Land" is for natives."

Now with the Residency By-Law having final approval, any Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation band member sho marries a person other then another Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation band member, the spouse who is not a Mississaugas of the New Credit Band member has one year to leave the reserve after the death of the Mississaugas of the New Credit spouse if there are no dependent children of the deceased living in the home with the non-band member.

If this Residency By-Law remains in effect it will cause unjust heartache for all families this pertains to and a great number of th Mississaugas of the First Nation band members.