3 million by former HCMR CEO Julius Brinkman. Mike Holmes, Drew Atkins, and Seth Atkins are named as the defendants in the breach of contract lawsuit. There’s not just a whole lot of commentary I could give with this considering that Mike’s side have not yet made a public declaration in response to the lawsuit.

The Holmes Spot will observe this, and surveys any new information, but as most of these things tend to go, I’m betting that lawsuit will be resolved out of the courtroom and the results will never be disclosed. Only time will tell. 3.1 million for alleged breach of agreement during his two-year term with the ongoing company that finished on Sept. Also named as defendants in the lawsuit by Brinkman are Drew Atkins, Seth Atkins, and three numbered companies. At the right time of his work, says Brinkman, he was accountable for raising private and public capital to expand the business and functions of HCMR in Alberta. 25 million, this season regarding a residential structure task in the Municipal Region of Foothills which purchase is planned to close.

The faster you close the doors the less it’ll cost. Look back at John. 3,000 that could generate 33 times more. Don’t ever be at the mercy of anybody or anything, especially your own budget. John’s story above pretty much says it. 190,000 his first year. After we had a business plan in place, we discovered that we’re able to generate 33 times what we invest in our business on a monthly basis. But, even then, John was hesitant to do it. The answers were in the business plan, but credited to John’s personal limiting means of thinking, he just couldn’t bring himself to do what the program said.

But when we followed the plan, he produced double what the plan had suggested actually. Actually, because we were following the plan, and tweaking what we should already have seen, we found additional ways to make it better as we went along even. The plan was dynamic for the reason that now that we’re able to start to see the critical points to the success we were tuning them up even more and getting even higher results.

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Yes, they’ve blocked me too. Not Seaworld resorts compared to that. BCR too obstructed me on YouTube. Their recent video about Shere Khan tells the untrue story of how they obtained him. I commented they are lying and put a link to the news headlines segment that proves that these were and they blocked me so now nobody can easily see the comment. I just hate how they are fooling a lot of people.

Many big cats that are ‘rescued’ result from individuals who are down-sizing or shutting down their operation. Often this is due to the laws and regulations that BCR pushes for strongly. You can wager that you will see many displaced tigers and other big cats from the recent changes in Ohio.

Laws make it more difficult for potential ‘adopters’ to take high-maintenance wildlife, so while I agree that overpopulated big cats are a concern, people pushing to ban private owners are partially responsible for it. I know, I had been just stating that even beyond the lies there are occasionally truths.

I just wish that their lies didn’t affect smaller sanctuaries and pet owners. I like this post, along with many of your others, you bring out both edges of the story quite well. NOW I AM curious, I wonder how many of the cats BCR has that don’t have documented footage of their ‘rescue’ actually came from the neglectful homes that BCR claims they did. Before reading this article, I believed 100% that all the cats that were used were rescued as it stated in the average person cat bios. NOW I AM questioning that perception, which I believe is the right thing for me personally to be doing.