Another Portland original, Hot Lips Soda is real fruit soda, traditionally brewed to worship the magnificent fruit and berries grown in the Pacific Northwest. Hubert's Lemonade is an irresistible, tasty, refreshing mix of sweet and tart.Look for these unique, flavorful sodas in specialty retailers throughout the Portland area. Since the days of squeezing lemons and picking mint by hand, our mission was to bring this farmers market delicacy to the bottle so it could be spread around for everyone to enjoy.Trudeau was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the daughter of Scottish-born James "Jimmy" Sinclair, a former Liberal member of the Parliament of Canada and Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, and Doris Kathleen (Bernard) Sinclair.Her grandfather, Thomas Kirkpatrick Bernard, was born in Makassar, Sulawesi, Indonesia, and immigrated in 1906 at age 15 with his family to Penticton, British Columbia, eventually working as a payroll clerk for Canadian Pacific Railway.
Margaret’s drug use, high-profile flirtations with The Rolling Stones band members, and an affair with Ted Kennedy, didn’t help.
Upon glimpsing her across the auditorium at the opera in London, England, British King William IV sent his equerry to invite her to his box.
is at once a story of her life and advice on how to grow older, handling the transition from middle age to senior citizen. Margaret grew up with a politician in the family – her father James Sinclair served both as a Canadian Liberal Member of Parliament (MP) and as Minister of Fisheries and Oceans.
Bernard had married Margaret Trudeau's 3rd great-grandmother, Esther Farquhar in 1818, the eldest daughter of Scotsman William Farquhar, a colonial leader in the founding of modern Singapore, by Farquhar's first wife, Antoinette "Nonio" Clement, daughter of a French father and an ethnic Malaccan mother.
Another great-grandmother, Cornelia Louisa Intveld, married in 1822 to Royal Navy officer and merchant, William Purvis, from Dalgety Bay, Scotland, and a first cousin of American abolitionist Robert Purvis, who was a noted fine soprano and a beauty of her era.