bar. Monday , June 12th , 2017 - 05:55:27 AM
Bartending in Canada definitely has its benefits. As one of the few countries where tipping is customary, bartenders can make a LOT of money. Canada has two separate minimum wages - one for hospitality workers like waiters and bartenders, and one for every other job. These two wages are different because people in the hospitality industry get tips so they make a lower minimum wage than non-hospitality workers. The hourly wage across Canada for bartenders is between $8 and $10 CDN. With tips, bartenders can expect to make anywhere from $15 / hour to over $100 / hour.
When Bernd and I were first married, there were a number of bar soaps on the market that had deodorants in them (they may still make these, but I ignore them). We tried several of them; seemed like a good idea, you know, allover deodorant protection. They all made my skin break out in a nasty, bumpy, itchy rash. I told Bernd that I wasn't going to try any more of them, but that he was welcome to keep using them if he wanted. He thought that maybe it wasn't such a good idea after all. And thus began my function as the household canary. You know, how they would at one time put a canary down a mine shaft to see if it was safe for humans to go down it. So now we have this policy, if it gives Dianne a headache or a rash or something else equally nasty, get rid of it, it probably isn't good for us.
Obviously fresh fruit, greens, nuts and seeds are easy to buy in the shops these days, as are some of the other more specialised foods. But for those ingredients that are new to you or that you can't get hold of locally, the good news is that all of these ingredients are now easy to buy mail order wherever you are in the world.
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