(năs), river, 236 mi (380 km) long, rising in the Coast Mts., W British Columbia, Canada, and flowing SW to Portland Inlet of the Pacific Ocean. It is navigable for 25 mi (40 km) and has valuable salmon fisheries.
Nass also lodged a grievance against them for not showing up at work, and a court then ordered the employees to pay fines ranging from $1,061 to $1,591 for heaping losses on the firm by violating their contracts.
This mandate endorses the active participation of the community in the electoral process and we look forward to working with the other elected members to serve the business community," Mr Nass told the GDN.
Stuart Smith, Nass Contracting's country manager for the UAE, said: "Although we have not yet lined up any projects in Dubai, we will be pursuing infrastructure projects in particular with all the main clients in Dubai.
The recent announcements concerning an increase in prize-money, including the agreement with Betfair and the levy decision, along with the possibility of agreement between the Horsemen's Group and the Racecourse Association, should assist my successor as Nas)s chief executive, George McGrath, to develop Nass further in ways I was unable to due to a tight budget with precarious finances.