As part of the application process, job applicants may be required to be screened for drug and alcohol use. Depending on state law and company policy, employers may do this prior to making a job offer or as a contingency for an offer. Employees may be tested for drugs or alcohol in the workplace, where permitted by state law. There are a variety of employment-related drug and alcohol tests used by employers. The types of employment drug tests that show the presence of drugs or alcohol include urine drug tests, blood drug tests, hair drug tests, breath alcohol tests, saliva drug screens, and sweat drug screens.
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Cyrus MacDougall played by Bernard Robichaud is a recurring character in the series, beginning with the first episode. Cyrus' first encounter with the boys was in the first episode. He began to intimidate the residents and run his own operations out of the park, until Julian evicted him upon his return. He then reappears in the classroom when Ricky is taking his grade 10 exam. Ricky rats out Cyrus to the teacher and he and Jacob are ejected from the classroom. Later in the episode he finds Ricky and he has a shootout with the boys in the park to try to kill Ricky for stealing Lucy back and causing him to fail his Grade
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It depicts a small plastic crucifix submerged in a small glass tank of the artist's urine. The piece was a winner of the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art 's "Awards in the Visual Arts" competition,  which was sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts , a United States Government agency that offers support and funding for artistic projects. The work generated a large amount of controversy based on assertions that it was blasphemous.
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