Five decades of the burin : the wood engravings of John DePol
“The Government of Canada is pleased to support municipalities as well as business and community groups as they play an important role in growing and strengthening their local economies. Public investments in tourism and community initiatives as well as

“The Government of Canada is pleased to support municipalities as well as business and community groups as they play an important role in growing and strengthening their local economies. Public investments in tourism and community initiatives as well as in projects that enhance business opportunities are among the best ways to spur economic growth, job creation and broad-based prosperity.”

-      The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for ACOA

“Investments in community initiatives such as these help strengthen and build a strong middle-class while supporting tourism and business development on the Burin Peninsula. Our Government is committed to these sectors of our economy and to the men and women who work tirelessly to make a real and lasting impact in our communities.”

Jacqueline Pinkney was locked up for four and a half years after a judge told her "the public needs a rest from you".

In one of her latest crimes Pinkney kept two dogs quiet by throwing them frozen food and then entered the property after smashing a window.

A court heard Pinkney carried out her first house burglary back in 1971 and has continued committing further raids on homes in each of the last five decades.

Jaffrey, NH: David R. Godine, 2004. Hard Cover. First Edition. First Printing. Blue cloth covers with gold titling to spine, a gold embossed image of a buring, which is a chisel of tempered steel with a sharp point used for engraving, which befits the title. Clean, crisp copy. Brand new! Fine.
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“The Government of Canada is pleased to support municipalities as well as business and community groups as they play an important role in growing and strengthening their local economies. Public investments in tourism and community initiatives as well as in projects that enhance business opportunities are among the best ways to spur economic growth, job creation and broad-based prosperity.”

-      The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for ACOA

“Investments in community initiatives such as these help strengthen and build a strong middle-class while supporting tourism and business development on the Burin Peninsula. Our Government is committed to these sectors of our economy and to the men and women who work tirelessly to make a real and lasting impact in our communities.”

Jacqueline Pinkney was locked up for four and a half years after a judge told her "the public needs a rest from you".

In one of her latest crimes Pinkney kept two dogs quiet by throwing them frozen food and then entered the property after smashing a window.

A court heard Pinkney carried out her first house burglary back in 1971 and has continued committing further raids on homes in each of the last five decades.

Jaffrey, NH: David R. Godine, 2004. Hard Cover. First Edition. First Printing. Blue cloth covers with gold titling to spine, a gold embossed image of a buring, which is a chisel of tempered steel with a sharp point used for engraving, which befits the title. Clean, crisp copy. Brand new! Fine.
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If you find yourself under clear skies, in the hour or so just before sunrise over the next few weeks, take a moment to pause and gaze to the south.

“The Government of Canada is pleased to support municipalities as well as business and community groups as they play an important role in growing and strengthening their local economies. Public investments in tourism and community initiatives as well as in projects that enhance business opportunities are among the best ways to spur economic growth, job creation and broad-based prosperity.”

-      The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for ACOA

“Investments in community initiatives such as these help strengthen and build a strong middle-class while supporting tourism and business development on the Burin Peninsula. Our Government is committed to these sectors of our economy and to the men and women who work tirelessly to make a real and lasting impact in our communities.”

Jacqueline Pinkney was locked up for four and a half years after a judge told her "the public needs a rest from you".

In one of her latest crimes Pinkney kept two dogs quiet by throwing them frozen food and then entered the property after smashing a window.

A court heard Pinkney carried out her first house burglary back in 1971 and has continued committing further raids on homes in each of the last five decades.

Jaffrey, NH: David R. Godine, 2004. Hard Cover. First Edition. First Printing. Blue cloth covers with gold titling to spine, a gold embossed image of a buring, which is a chisel of tempered steel with a sharp point used for engraving, which befits the title. Clean, crisp copy. Brand new! Fine.
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“The Government of Canada is pleased to support municipalities as well as business and community groups as they play an important role in growing and strengthening their local economies. Public investments in tourism and community initiatives as well as in projects that enhance business opportunities are among the best ways to spur economic growth, job creation and broad-based prosperity.”

-      The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for ACOA

“Investments in community initiatives such as these help strengthen and build a strong middle-class while supporting tourism and business development on the Burin Peninsula. Our Government is committed to these sectors of our economy and to the men and women who work tirelessly to make a real and lasting impact in our communities.”

Jacqueline Pinkney was locked up for four and a half years after a judge told her "the public needs a rest from you".

In one of her latest crimes Pinkney kept two dogs quiet by throwing them frozen food and then entered the property after smashing a window.

A court heard Pinkney carried out her first house burglary back in 1971 and has continued committing further raids on homes in each of the last five decades.

“The Government of Canada is pleased to support municipalities as well as business and community groups as they play an important role in growing and strengthening their local economies. Public investments in tourism and community initiatives as well as in projects that enhance business opportunities are among the best ways to spur economic growth, job creation and broad-based prosperity.”

-      The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for ACOA

“Investments in community initiatives such as these help strengthen and build a strong middle-class while supporting tourism and business development on the Burin Peninsula. Our Government is committed to these sectors of our economy and to the men and women who work tirelessly to make a real and lasting impact in our communities.”

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