OTTAWA — The federal Liberals have used their majority on a House of Commons committee to block an opposition attempt to investigate the leak of confidential information about applicants for a seat on the Supreme Court of Canada.Conservatives and New Democrats wanted the Commons justice committee to find out who leaked information about a dispute between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould over who should be named chief justice of the top court.But a motion to launch an investigation has been defeated by a vote of 5-4.The Canadian Press and CTV reported last month that Wilson-Raybould recommended Glenn Joyal, chief justice of Manitoba’s Court of Queen’s Bench, to become chief justice.According to sources, Trudeau was concerned about her choice because he believed Joyal favoured a conservative, restrictive approach to interpreting the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.Trudeau ultimately named sitting Supreme Court Justice Richard Wagner to replace retiring chief justice Beverley McLachlin.The Canadian Press
LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: Twitter Adriana Maggs: My pleasure! I’ve actually really noticed a difference in the industry, particularly with directing, so I wanted to do this series. With writing in the past, I know I’ve been on shows where I made less than men, but it’s also so subjective with ‘what is this person bringing? They’ve done so many other shows in higher credited positions.’ Because of that subjectiveness, you can suspect that women get paid lower, but there really are so many variables. However, with directing I’ve noticed a big difference in Canada, and since CBC mandated that they wanted 50 per cent of their shows directed by women, it has made a huge difference. Advertisement Advertisement Facebook Writing certainly runs in the Maggs family. Father Randall is a Canadian poet and both of his daughters are writers. In fact, both of Randall’s daughters have seen their writing careers begin in Newfoundland and find great successes in the Canadian television industry. Jane, most recently co-created CBC’s Bellevue, while her sister Adriana Maggs, has written on some of Canadian TV’s most popular series including Rookie Blue, Saving Hope, Frontier and the upcoming CBC drama Caught. Adriana also directed the feature film Grown Up Movie Star starring Tatiana Maslany and Shawn Doyle.Maggs recently spoke with The TV Junkies as part of our Women Behind Canadian TV series to discuss making her way from Newfoundland to Toronto while working in the industry. She talked about the advantages of having family in the business, as well as how she found her creative start locally. Maggs also shared her views on the changes she’s seen regarding women directors, and why she desperately wants to see more diverse voices in writing rooms telling authentic stories on screen.The TV Junkies: You’re pretty busy and have a few projects with Caught and Little Dogcoming out later this spring. I’m really glad you were able to join us for this. Advertisement
WINNIPEG — ICE Futures Canada closing prices:Canola: Nov. ’17 $3.80 lower $500.90; Jan. ’18 $3.30 lower $506.90; March ’18 $2.60 lower $511.50; May ’18 $2.40 lower $513.00; July ’18 $2.50 lower $513.50; Nov. ’18 $2.00 lower $478.00; Jan. ’19 $2.00 lower $479.70; March ’19 $2.00 lower $482.40; May ’19 $2.00 lower $482.40; July ’19 $2.00 lower $482.40; Nov. ’19 $2.00 lower $482.40.Barley (Western): Oct. ’17 unchanged $145.00; Dec. ’17 unchanged $148.00; March ’18 unchanged $151.00; May ’18 unchanged $151.00; July ’18 unchanged $151.00; Oct. ’18 unchanged $151.00; Dec. ’18 unchanged $151.00; March ’19 unchanged $151.00; May ’19 unchanged $151.00; July ’19 unchanged $151.00; Oct. ’19 unchanged $151.00.Friday’s estimated volume of trade: 416,760 tonnes of canola; 0 tonnes of barley (Western Barley). Total: 416,760.
A fully assembled kitchen consisting of 16 cabinets, a kitchen island, wooden flooring, and tile flooring, along with a bathroom vanity with accessories and a large quantity of power tools have been removed from a home near WilsonvillePolice say the break and enter occurred at the Smith’s Mill Road home at some point between May 5 and 6. The theft was reported slightly after 8:30 a.m. on May 6.The property stolen is valued at about $20,000.Don’t purchase electronics from a vehicleTwo men were spotted selling electronics from the back of a black coloured SUV in the parking lot of TD Canada Trust in Simcoe.The pair were seen around 1:30 p.m. on May 6.The Norfolk County OPP reminds the public to be extremely cautious when purchasing products. Always purchase your items from a reputable business or local vendor, who will stand behind their products, their reputation and ensure that you get what you pay for.Transport driver charged A 61-year-old woman has been charged after being pulled over on Old Highway 24 East, Waterford.Police were patrolling the area around 3:30 p.m. when a transport truck caught an officer’s attention. The truck was stopped for investigation.As a result a Haldimand County woman was charged with driving while using a hand-held wireless communication device.She was subsequently issued a provincial offences notice.“Distracted driving is not just an issue among young drivers. Men and women of all ages drive distracted. In 2018, the OPP laid more than 13,500 distracted driving charges and investigated collisions where 55 people died as a result of driver inattention. Do the smart thing, do the right thing, put down the phone and focus your attention on driving,” Inspector Joseph Varga, Norfolk OPP Detachment commander, said in a press release.Bicycle stolen from porchA bicycle has been stolen from a Patterson Street home in Simcoe.Police say sometime between May 3 and 5 the thief removed the bike that was sitting on the front porch.The bicycle is described as a black BMX with red brake cables, red pedals with two pegs on the back and one peg on the front. The word “Evil” was written in grey lettering on the frame.Anyone with information regarding this incident should immediately contact the Ontario Provincial Police at 1-888-310-1122.Pet left in vehiclePolice were contacted by a concerned citizen on May 6 at 12:44 p.m. after a dog was seen inside of a vehicle for about 30 minutes.OPP arrived on scene and located the dog in good health and not in distress.The family was attending a business in Port Dover during the incident.Police are urging animal owners to either take their pet from the vehicle or leave them at home in a comfortable environment.
The report – released today by UNMISS – suggests that the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) and associated armed groups carried out a campaign of violence against the population of South Sudan’s Unity state, reportedly killing civilians, looting and destroying villages and displacing over 100,000 people.According to the testimony of 115 victims and eyewitnesses from the Unity state counties of Rubkona, Guit, Koch, Leer and Mayom, SPLA fighters also abducted and sexually abused numerous women and girls, some of whom were reportedly burnt alive in their dwellings.“This recent upsurge [in fighting] has not only been marked by allegations of killing, rape, abduction, looting, arson and displacement, but by a new brutality and intensity,” says the UNMISS report. “The scope and level of cruelty that has characterized the reports suggests a depth of antipathy that exceeds political differences.”“Revealing the truth of what happened offers the best hope for ensuring accountability for such terrible violence and ending the cycle of impunity that allows these abuses to continue,” the Secretary-General’s Special Representative, Ellen Margrethe Løj, who also heads the UN Mission, said in a press release as she urged South Sudanese authorities to allow UN human rights investigators to access the sites of the alleged atrocities.“We call on the SPLA to fulfil this commitment and allow our human rights officers unfettered access to the sites of these reported violations.”UNMISS has confirmed that the Mission’s human rights officers have been routinely denied access to locations of interest by the SPLA and have also encountered logistical obstacles. The South Sudanese authorities, on the other hand, have dismissed any allegations of wrongdoing and have reportedly welcomed the investigations.South Sudan’s ongoing conflict began in December 2013 and has been marked by brutal violence against civilians and deepening suffering across the country. Some 120,000 people are sheltered in UN compounds there while United Nations estimates that the number of people in need for 2015 will include an anticipated 1.95 million internally displaced persons and a projected 293,000 refugees.
Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh looks on after the last touchdown during the game on Nov. 26 at Ohio Stadium. The Buckeyes won 30-27. Credit: Mason Swires | Assistant Photo EditorMichigan football coach Jim Harbaugh had some strong words for the media following his team’s 30-27 double-overtime loss to Ohio State on Saturday. During post-game interviews, the Toledo native had harsh criticisms for the officiating. The comments resulted in a $10,000 fine imposed by the Big Ten Conference on Michigan.A public reprimand was also issued to the Wolverines’ coach, with no further punishment announced at this time. The comments made by Harbaugh were stretched throughout the presser, and he failed to answer many of the reporters’ questions, instead speaking about the officiating rather than his team.“I’m bitterly disappointed in the officiating,” Harbaugh said on Saturday. “I could have been watching the game instead of being concerned (with sideline behavior.)”Although he is known for his tirades, Harbaugh had never been directly reprimanded by the Big Ten. The statement on the subject reads as follows.“The Big Ten office today issued a public reprimand of Michigan football head coach Jim Harbaugh for violating the Big Ten Sportsmanship Policy following Michigan’s game against Ohio State on Nov. 26, 2016. In addition, the conference announced that the institution has been fined $10,000 as a result of the violation.”
Ohio State senior forward C.J. Jackson (3) looks toward the shot clock against Indiana junior forward Devonte Green (11) in the Buckeyes’ matchup against the Hoosiers in the Big Ten tournament on March 14. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo EditorCHICAGO — Ohio State’s recipe for success against Indiana was simple: to force turnovers with an aggressive defense and take advantage of Indiana’s mistakes with baskets on the other end. But late in the second half, Indiana found a game plan of its own, a game plan that hadn’t worked for the majority of the contest. With 7:10 to go in the game, Indiana junior guard Devonte Green hit a 3, igniting a 13-0 run for the Hoosiers. Indiana, adding a 7-0 run late in the half, cut Ohio State’s lead down to four with a 26-9 run and shooting 58.3 percent from deep in the second half after making 4-of-15 from 3 in the first half.Ohio State head coach Chris Holtmann said he knew his team’s lead would be cut down, that it would end up being much closer. And his message to the Buckeyes during time outs was simple.“We just kept telling our guys, ‘just get one stop. Make one play and we will see what happens,’” Holtmann said.With 34 seconds left, that play happened. Ohio State redshirt senior guard Keyshawn Woods hit a layup while trying to draw a foul, giving Ohio State the five-point lead and the eventual 79-75 victory against Indiana in the second round of the Big Ten tournament Thursday.“This league is so tough night in and night out. You [can] get beat by anybody if you don’t bring your A-game,” senior guard C.J. Jackson said. “This win is definitely a good win for us.”After playing 34 minutes in each of his past two games, Woods became one of the main factors to Ohio State’s success, finishing the game with a team-high 18 points, making 9-of-13 from the field, including all five attempts in the first half.While the first half seemingly belonged to Woods, Jackson and Kaleb Wesson took over the Ohio State offense in the second.Jackson scored 15 of his 17 points, making 50 percent from the field in 19 minutes played in the second half.“Our seniors played like seniors,” Holtmann said. “That’s why we won.”But Ohio State also saw it’s leading scorer return to the lineup. Ohio State sophomore forward Kaleb Wesson returned to the starting lineup after serving a suspension for a violation of team rules.In his first game back, Holtmann said he did not think he saw a lot of rust from Wesson. The sophomore forward recorded his fourth double-double of the season, scoring 17 points and 13 rebounds, a career high.“My teammates were making it a big deal in the beginning of the game like ‘we are glad to have you back and we will get you the ball to get you back in your rhythm,” Wesson said.With 12:32 to play in the game, the sophomore forward recorded a steal in the paint and saw Jackson open. Wesson threw a leading pass to the senior guard across the length of the court, finishing with the layup under the basket.This kind of play proved to be a major component of Thursday’s win.In the first half, Ohio State thrived defensively, recording eight steals, including two by Jackson, junior forward Andre Wesson and Woods. The Buckeyes took advantage, recording 17 points off of turnovers compared to Indiana’s two in the half. Ohio State finished with 24 points off turnovers, adding four steals in the second half.“We didn’t play perfect by no means, but I think everybody took it upon themselves to be as solid as they could throughout the whole entire game,” sophomore guard Musa Jallow said. “Whenever everybody is doing their role at a high level, I mean you saw it. We can be pretty good.”Forcing Indiana to make 2-of-15 from the field to start the game, offense continued to not come easy for the Hoosiers in the first half, finishing the half making 30 percent from the field. Coming into the game shooting 31 percent from 3, No. 324 in the country, Indiana was forced to try and score from deep by the Ohio State defense, attempting 15 3s in the first half and connecting on four. The Hoosiers began to connect on the deep ball in the second half, shooting 7-of-12 from 3 to help spark the run toward the end of the game, including 8-of-10 made attempts by Green on the game.Ohio State, specifically freshman guard Luther Muhammad, found his groove midway through the second half. With 10:46 to go in the game, Muhammad hit his first 3, giving Ohio State the 13-point lead, a lead that would soon expand, igniting a 10-0 run capped off by his second 3 of the day. Muhammad scored all six of his points in that run.After what many thought would be a game that determined the NCAA Tournament hopes for both teams, Holtmann said he thinks Ohio State is in a good position moving forward.“I certainly feel like our body of work speaks for itself,” Holtmann said. “Obviously, Kaleb makes a difference for sure. We saw that, I think as much defensively as offensively, but we have some high level wins. That’s a really good team that we played that was playing exceptionally well.”Ohio State will move on to take on Michigan State, the No. 1 seed in the Big Ten tournament, at 12:30 p.m. Friday.
Melco likely to pass Australian regulatory inquiry, target full Crown acquisition: Bernstein Increasing headwinds in the gaming market of Vladivostok – the Russian city that is home to the company’s flagship Tigre de Cristal integrated resort – is likely behind a decision by Chairman Lawrence Ho to sell his entire 17.37% stake in Summit Ascent Holdings Ltd, according to analyst Grant Govertsen.In a filing to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Monday, Summit Ascent revealed it had been informed by Ho of his intention to sell his interest via a placing agent, with the placing expected to be completed by this coming Wednesday 20 December. He can expect to pocket around HK$271.6 million for the sale with his 258,634,464 shares to earn HK$1.05 per placing share. Evan Winkler appointed President as Melco Resorts implements latest management overhaul RelatedPosts Ho, who had already sold his stake down from 27.71% earlier in the year, currently owns 1.34% of the company’s issued share capital directly and another 16.03% through his wholly-owned subsidiary Quick Glitter.Commenting on the sell-off in a Monday note, Govertsen pointed to three key factors as seemingly being behind the move.“We had downgraded shares of Summit Ascent last month due to a variety of factors, including that the company’s Chairman, Lawrence Ho, had begun to pare down his holdings,” Govertsen said. “At the time our view was that Mr Ho likely saw better opportunities elsewhere given the confluence of factors that have kept the Vladivostok market from reaching its full potential.“The headwinds still include: 1) the potential for the gaming tax (a per device fixed fee) to double next year, and potentially increase by a factor of 10x over the next several years; 2) numerous illegal gaming venues in closer proximity to the population base remain an impediment to the high-margin mass market story; and 3) given the above, the likelihood of the company’s Phase 2 project (and the other peer ground Phase 1 developments) becomes diminished by the day.”In November Summit Ascent flagged the possibility of its gaming tax doubling should the Russian Federation pass a draft bill proposing an increase to allowable tax rates. Under its current tax responsibilities at Tigre de Cristal, located in Vladivastok in the Primorye Integrated Entertainment Zone, Summit Ascent pays the maximum rate allowed by law of RUB9,020,000 (US$154,770) per month – equal to RUB125,000 (US$2,145) per gaming table and RUB7,500 (US$129) per gaming machine. If passed, the new law would see a doubling of the maximum monthly tax rate to RUB250,000 (US$4,290) per gaming table and RUB15,000 (US$258) per gaming machine. Tigre de Cristal has 55 gaming tables and 286 gaming machines.“There will be a negative impact of approximately RUB9,020,000 (US$154,770) on the monthly gaming tax payable of Tigre de Cristal, equivalent to an annual negative impact of approximately RUB108.24 million (US$1.857 million) assuming that the same number of gaming tables and gaming machines will be in operation as in September 2017,” the company said at the time. Melco Resorts defers acquisition of second tranche of Crown shares until conclusion of regulatory inquiry Load More
Eklutna, Inc. and the Greatland Trust have partnered on a land conservation project that will preserve over 1,000 acres of Eklunta, Inc. owned land for subsistence use. Download AudioThe land is a prime area for hunting, berry picking and fishing and contains high quality salmon and migratory bird habitat. Eklutna CEO Curtis McQueen says the deal helps balance growth and development in the Valley with land conservation and cultural values. He says the land is “conserved for future generations of Eklutna people.” The lands will remain under Eklutna Inc. ownership for use by shareholders, but public recreation access through permits will continue. Phil Shepherd is executive director of the Greatland Trust.“We’ve been working with Eklutna four years now on a number of projects throughout their holdings, and they are voluntary agreements that place their lands in conservation status,” Shepherd said.Shepherd says the conservation agreement, although voluntary, is a legal agreement between a landowner and the land trust that permanently restricts future development and subdivision on the lands. “The funding comes from a variety of sources, grant funding, and we also get funding from wetland mitigation,” Shepherd said. “We pool all those funds together and use the funds to purchase the conservation easement and then put together a land management fund.”Shepherd says the land management fund is accessible to both Eklutna and the Trust.
New Delhi: Indian Air Force (IAF) Chief B.S. Dhanoa on Monday said that the An-32 aircraft will continue to fly in the mountains as there was no other option. His remarks come over two weeks after an An-32 crashed in Arunachal Pradesh on June 3, killing all 13 people on board.
RapeA six years old girl was violated by a man at Kapashati village in Harinakunda upazila in Jhenaidah on Friday, reports UNB.The victim was admitted to Jhenaidah Sadar Hospital in severe condition.Victim’s mother said their neighbour Ashif Ali, son of Ayub Ali, took the girl to a quiet place and raped her. After returning back home, the victim fell sick, she added.Shilakupa police station senior assistant superintendent Tarek Al Mehedi said they were trying to arrest the offender.
Sitting in front of a screen is bad for you. Then it’s good for you. Then it’s bad for you again. But, like, only a bit. Allow me to explain. This is exactly the hypothesis that two researchers from the University of Oxford tested in a paper called “A Large-Scale Test of the Goldilocks Hypothesis: Quantifying the Relations Between Digital-Screen Use and the Mental Well Being of Adolescents.” (Przybylski and Weinstein, 2017). The authors collected information from a frankly ridiculous number of adolescents in the UK, resulting in screen time and mental well being data on over 120,000 young people. Read the whole story: Forbes …
No related posts. The Costa Rican Traffic Police reported this week that 20 people died in traffic accidents last month, the lowest figure recorded in Costa Rica since 1994.The report also indicates that 93 deaths were registered during the first four months of this year – 33 less than the first four months of 2012. It is also the lowest figure recorded for the first four months of a year since 1995, when there were 89 roadway deaths.Public Works and Transport Minister Pedro Castro said the decrease in the number of fatalities “is a result of the implementation of the new Traffic Law, which entered into force on October 26, and better performance from Traffic Police officers.”According the report, the main causes of accidents are speeding, which tallied 31 fatalities, and illegal passing, which caused 25 deaths.Four fatalities were attributed to drivers under the influence of alcohol, while in the same period last year, 14 people died in alcohol-related accidents. Facebook Comments
Go back to the enewsletterBack-Roads Touring has unveiled its 2019 UK & Europe brochure, offering guests huge early-bird savings of up to $1,339 per couple on selected European tours.The deal is available from now until 30 November 2018, and will feature some of Back-Roads’ most popular tours such as Slow Foods of Puglia and Highlights or Northern Spain, alongside two brand-new tours and nine improved itineraries.Back-Roads’ new tours are set to excite even the most seasoned of travellers, with the Journey through Germany itinerary exploring Bavaria, the Black Forest and the famous Romantic Road, a history-inspired yet modern travel route built in 1950 to encourage tourism in the area after the war. Meanwhile, the Essence of Austria tour will show guests the true Austria with traditional cider tasting, a fish-smoking demonstration and a visit to Hitler’s famous Eagles Nest.Back-Roads Touring Country Manager APAC Dennis Basham said now is the perfect time to book a European or UK holiday for 2019.“In line with the launch of our new brochure, the significant early-bird savings make a European or UK getaway with Back-Roads all too enticing to pass up,” Basham said.“We are always working to improve our products and make them the best they can be, therefore the new and revised tours are a direct reflection of what our customers have asked for. This includes more hands-on cultural experiences, culinary discoveries and less time spent on the bus.Back-Roads Touring Country Manager APAC, Dennis Basham“From legendary mountain passes and moving Battlefield discoveries to the century-old monasteries and cathedrals of Sicily, we pride ourselves on our offering of truly unforgettable holiday experiences for the mature traveller.”“If you have ever wanted to experience the distinctive Back-Roads Touring difference of unique, off-the-beaten-track destinations and authentic local experiences, now is the time,” Basham said.The two new additions to Back-Roads’ existing tour offering brings the range to a total of 52 incredible tours throughout Europe, the United Kingdom, and Asia.For further information and the full list of tours included in the offer, click here.Go back to the enewsletter
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