It will also help victims based on the nature of the crime, for instance, people affected by domestic violence.
"It can be so intimidating to go to court and there are more and more individuals who are looking for additional support to help them through the process," said Meranda Mc Laughlin, the department's provincial volunteer program adviser.
"Even outside of the post-secondary realm, there can be individuals who have extremely valuable life experience, and maybe they have key attributes like approachability, integrity and they're really caring and reliable," she said.
This free printable piano music might be your student's favorite for a long time!
Here are four different arrangements of What Do You Do With a Drunken Sailor... What Do You Do With a Drunken Sailor is a sea shanty: a sailors' song sung to the rhythm of their working.
There are many terrific professional renditions, and we look and listen to some of those, but my current favorite is a college recital performance by a couple of lovely young ladies called Melissa and Carolyn. We're going to be rehearsing it for a long time, so we learn it in the key of G. We practice this each week, just as long as it takes to get the harmony.
Perhaps the reason I prefer to show their performance to my students is that they seem accessible, like real people. Please be aware that this free opera sheet music is an excerpt from the entire long duet; perhaps a third of the entire piece. It may sound silly, but even with just the la-las, this piece can bring tears (of appreciation, of course! This easier accompaniment for Flower Duet works very well for performance, also, if the pianist has trouble with the original version.