OTTAWA — The Competition Bureau says a former executive of Quebec engineering firm Dessau received a 12-month sentence after pleading guilty Thursday in the Court of Quebec to rigging bids for City of Gatineau infrastructure contracts.Dave Boulay, formerly Dessau’s director and assistant vice-president, Outaouais, was sentenced to six months of house arrest and six months under curfew.He admitted to participating in a bid-rigging scheme from 2006 to 2008 in which several engineering firms conspired to divide up city contracts among themselves without the municipality’s knowledge.The regulator says Boulay received leniency in sentencing because of his co-operation with the investigation and the fact that he had no role in the instigation of the bid-rigging scheme.Court proceedings are ongoing against three co-accused: Andre Mathieu, formerly vice-president and associate of Cima+; Claude Marquis, formerly regional director, Outaouais for Genivar (now WSP Global) and Michel Famery, formerly regional vice-president, Dessau.Criminal charges were laid last June against the four men in connection with bid-rigging of 21 Gatineau infrastructure contracts awarded between 2004 and 2008. Companies in this story: (TSX:WSP)The Canadian Press
Singapore Airlines says it has grounded two of its Boeing 787-10 aircraft due to engine issues.The carrier said in a statement on Tuesday that “premature blade deterioration was found on some engines” of its 787-10 fleet at recent routine inspections.It said, “Pending engine replacements, two SIA 787-10 aircraft have been removed from service.”The carrier said it would operate other aircraft on the affected routes to minimize disruption. It said some flights were disrupted but gave no details.Singapore Airlines said it was consulting engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce and the relevant authorities for next steps and any precautionary measures.SIA became the first carrier in the world to fly the 787-10, beginning last year. The 337-seat aircraft includes 301 seats in economy and 36 lie-flat seats in business class.Associated Press, The Associated Press
In a presidential statement, the Council “expressed concern at the discord between the TFIs [Transitional Federal Institutions] and its impact on the political process and the security situation.”“It reiterates the importance of political outreach and reconciliation in Somalia, and stresses the importance of broad-based, representative institutions reached through a political process ultimately inclusive of all,” the statement noted.Briefing the Council earlier, Augustine Mahiga, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Somalia, urged the UN body to help resolve the political dispute that has arisen between the country’s legislature and the executive over the political structure after the expiry of the mandate of the current TFIs in August.Somalia’s transitional parliament voted in February to extend its term for three years after the end of the transitional period, a move rejected by the Transitional Federal Government (TFG), which has instead proposed extending the interim period for one year, saying it wanted to try to enhance political stability and security.“I appeal to the Security Council to way in on this issue,” said Mr. Mahiga. “The single most divisive issue among the political groups in Mogadishu today is the timing of the elections as provided for [in] the Charter – whether to hold it in July or to defer them to a future date,” he added.The Council called upon the transitional institutions to “ensure cohesion and focus on the completion of the transitional tasks.” It regretted decisions by the TFIs to extend their mandates unilaterally and urged them to refrain from further unilateral action.The Council noted with concern that key transitional tasks remain outstanding and urged the TFIs to show results on the completion of those responsibilities before the end of the interim period. Priority should be on reconciliation, drafting of a new constitution and the delivery of essential services to the public.Mr. Mahiga told the Council that the humanitarian situation in Somalia is approaching “catastrophic proportions” as a result of severe drought and the intensifying military campaign against insurgents, who have been preventing relief delivery to people in need in areas under their control.He reported that the African Union peacekeeping mission in Somalia (AMISOM) and Transitional Federal Government forces had made significant and military and territorial gains against insurgents of the Al Shabaab group and urged the UN and the international community to help the TFG establish administrative structures and services in the liberated areas.The Council strongly commended AMISOM and the Somali security forces for their progress in consolidating security in Mogadishu and recognised their sacrifices. It reiterated its full support for AMISOM and expressed its continued appreciation of the contribution of troops by the governments of Burundi and Uganda.The Council “stresses the importance of predictable, reliable and timely resources for AMISOM in order for it to better fulfil its mandate.”In his address to the Council, Somalia’s Prime Minister Mohamed Abdulahi Mohamed, pledged that his Government would do its best to restore stability in the country.“We will do everything it takes to regain our status as a functioning State that protects its citizens, ends all forms of international piracy and extremism, promotes good governance, and produces a nation at peace with itself, and its neighbours,” said Mr. Mohamed. 11 May 2011The Security Council today reiterated its grave concern over continuing instability in Somalia and stressed the need for a comprehensive strategy to establish peace and stability in the Horn of Africa country through a consultative process to create broad-based institutions.
The Toronto stock market moved up slightly in early trading Wednesday as data on U.S. private sector jobs mildly outdid expectations.The S&P/TSX composite index gained 16.34 points to 12,407.57, while the TSX Venture Exchange was off 0.06 of a point to 1,331.72.Payroll processor ADP reported that companies added 162,000 jobs last month, slightly better than consensus expectations, but down from August. The data indicated that growth isn’t picking up momentum.The Canadian dollar fell 0.33 of a cent to 101.27 cents US.On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrials were up 6.76 points to 13,489.12. The Nasdaq composite index advanced 11.18 points to 3,131.22, while the S&P 500 index gained 2.57 points to 1,448.32.Meanwhile a report from Royal LePage showed that the average price of a resale home in Canada rose between 1.8 and 4.8 per cent in the third quarter of 2012 compared to the same period last year. The cost of an average two-storey home in Canada increased four per cent to $403,747, while detached bungalows rose 4.8 per cent to $366,773.Also due Wednesday morning is a services sector survey from the Institute for Supply Management. A surprisingly strong manufacturing report earlier this week helped shore up markets.The TSX energy sector was the lone decliner, dropping 0.2 per cent as November crude on the New York Mercantile Exchange moved down $1.46 to US$90.43 a barrel.December gold bullion rose $3.40 to US$1,779 an ounce, while December copper was down 2.4 cents at US$3.78 a pound.Quebecor Inc. (TSX:QBR.B) says it is taking advantage of low interest rates to buy back a substantial interest in its operating arm from the Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec in a transaction valued at $1.5 billion.Under the deal, which involves the buyback of some 30.5 million shares, the Caisse’s interest in Quebecor Media Inc. is being reduced to 24.6 per cent from 45.3 per cent. Shares of Quebecor were up 24 cents to $33.50.Spain’s prime minister indicated his cash-strapped country would not request an imminent bailout despite reports Tuesday that suggested otherwise.Madrid is under pressure to ask for financial assistance from the European Central Bank to keep a lid on its borrowing costs but the government has been reluctant to do so because it may come with conditions on its budget policies. Germany is also pushing Spain to delay such a move because it is wary of presenting yet another rescue plan for a vote in parliament.In Europe, a survey of the continent’s services sector showed weakness in the key economies of Germany and France and sharp downturns in financially weakened countries like Spain.In London, the FTSE 100 index of leading British shares was up 0.3 per cent at 5,827 while Germany’s DAX was up 0.4 per cent at 7,332. The CAC-40 in France was up 0.05 per cent at 3,415.Earlier, trading was lacklustre in Asia. Japan’s Nikkei 225 fell 0.5 per cent to close at 8,746.87 while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng see-sawed until closing 0.2 per cent higher at 20,888.28.Markets in mainland China and South Korea were closed for public holidays.
A new law will restrict where cannabis can be used and sold on Six Nations.The law, passed by the Six Nations elected council on Feb. 25, also calls for the creation of a community-driven commission to oversee implementation of the restrictions. The commission’s mandate includes annually reviewing and amending the law as necessary.“The passing of this law is aimed at providing health, wellness and safety for all members of Six Nations of the Grand River while securing economic sovereignty leaders to the prosperity of present and future generations,” the elected council said in a statement issued March 7. “As we move to transition to the next steps, a community-driven commission will be created.”The law was developed and passed after receiving feedback through a number of public meetings over last fall and winter.Under the law, smoking or vaping cannabis is prohibited in public areas, including school zones, the longhouse, church or any other building designated by the owner to be a “no smoking, no vaping” zone. Violators could be required to undergo cannabis education for a first offence and, upon a second offence pay a fine of up to $1,000. A third offence could result in a fine of up to $5,000.Cannabis is not permitted in any child-care facility, including child care provided in a private home, whether the children are present or not.The commission will be responsible for issuing permits to produce, distribute, dispense, cultivate, process and sell cannabis. Permits cost $5,000 each and the money will be put into a legal defence fund.Under the law, dispensary permits will not be issued to those who intend to sell cannabis from a building or location easily accessible by people under 19. Dispensaries are not allowed to sell to anyone under 19.The law also includes security and bookkeeping requirements.And eight per cent of gross cannabis sales must be paid to the elected council at the end of each month. Funds collected will be used to support community initiatives, including roads, parks and recreation, post-secondary education among other things.Following the legalization by the federal government of the production, sale and use of recreational cannabis in October 2018, Six Nations elected council announced plans to develop regulations.Vball@postmedia.comtwitter.com/EXPVBall
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Alberta regulator critical of two companies following Swan Hills pipeline spills CALGARY – Alberta’s energy regulator has cited two companies for three separate pipeline spills in 2011 in an area 200 kilometres northwest of Edmonton.The Energy Resources Conservation Board has issued a high-risk enforcement action against Pembina Pipeline Corporation for a leak of 1,300 barrels of oil near the community of Swan Hills.It says the company neglected to immediately inform the board about the July 20 spill and a second leak nearby three weeks later.Stress corrosion cracking of the pipe was blamed for the leak.The board directed Pembina to dig up parts of it line to inspect for potential stress corrosion cracking in all of its pipelines.A low-risk action was issued against Pengrowth Energy for operating the pipeline for more than a year under faulty construction practices before another pipeline failure near Swan Hills. by The Canadian Press Posted Feb 26, 2013 5:38 pm MDT
Top seed: UNC (30 percent chance to win the region)Likeliest Cinderella: No. 10 Wichita State (24 percent chance to get to the Sweet 16)Hoo-boy. The South may not be the most loaded region, but it’s stocked with multiple Final Four contenders and a handful of legitimate Cinderella candidates.North Carolina held onto its No. 1 seed despite losing two of its last four games, including this season’s second loss to Duke, and that seed comes with a favorable draw. Carolina’s half of the region is soft compared to the piranha tank in the lower half. Arkansas and Seton Hall are both seeded basically in line with their metrics as No. 8 and No. 9 seeds, while No. 4 Butler is if anything a little over-seeded. The most dangerous team in the draw may be No. 12 Middle Tennessee State, which upset Michigan State as a No. 15 seed in last year’s tournament and this year comes in one rank ahead of first-round opponent Minnesota in FiveThirtyEight’s blended power rankings (44th to 45th).Our model’s favorite to make it out of the region, however, is No. 2 Kentucky, which edges UNC by a few tenths of a percentage point (both are about a 30 percent to make the Final Four). Kentucky’s most likely path is loaded with good teams (Wichita State, UCLA, UNC), but the Wildcats are rated more or less as strongly as UNC and pick up a big advantage once they reach the Sweet 16, which will be held in Memphis, about 350 miles from Kentucky’s campus. Likely Sweet 16 opponent UCLA would be traveling more than 1,600 miles, while Carolina has nearly 900 miles to go. Illustrations by Gluekit Midwest Region The bottom half of the bracket isn’t exactly filled with cupcakes, either. Many thought No. 2 Duke had a strong case for a No. 1 seed of its own after it tore through the ACC tournament, and the Blue Devils are finally playing like the team that entered the season ranked first in the AP’s rankings. Our model says there’s a 51 percent chance they’ll be waiting for Villanova when the Elite Eight tips off. And that’ll only happen if either SMU or Baylor — two of the 13 best teams in the country according to Pomeroy — don’t beat Duke to it.So in terms of the sheer number of potential upsets, it’s hard to find a No. 1 seed with anywhere near as dangerous a path as Villanova will face. But the Wildcats also have a tourney-best 15 percent chance of repeating as champs because they’re an uncommonly good team. According to FiveThirtyEight’s power ratings, only one team in the last four years — Kentucky’s ridiculously dominant 2015 squad — entered the tournament with a better power rating than ’Nova has now.Of course, those Wildcats served as a reminder that there are no sure things in March Madness. That Kentucky squad entered the tourney with nearly three times Villanova’s current title probability, and still lost. (At 15 percent, ’Nova has pretty weak odds for an overall favorite, on par with Louisville’s chances in 2014.) If Villanova does fail to repeat, they’ll have a legitimate beef with the selection process. The committee basically turned one of the most talented teams of the past few seasons into one of the weakest favorites, all because it threw the Wildcats into a region of death. Top seed: Villanova (40 percent chance to win the region)Likeliest Cinderella: No. 10 Marquette (9 percent chance to get to the Sweet 16) You’d think the defending-champion Villanova Wildcats could catch a break from the NCAA’s selection committee, given that they were considered the top overall seed in the whole tournament. But instead of getting a relatively favorable draw for their trouble, ’Nova ended up in what ranks as the most competitive region of all, at least according to FiveThirtyEight’s power ratings. And yet, our model still gives the Wildcats the highest championship probability of any team in the field. But the path is much harder than it might have been otherwise.Things start out relatively calmly for Jay Wright’s team, with games against a 16-vs.-16 play-in winner and the winner of No. 8 Wisconsin vs. No. 9 Virginia Tech. Neither round is likely to present a major threat to the Wildcats. But the degree of difficulty ramps up quickly because of the committee’s decision to seed Florida and Virginia — two of the nine best teams in the entire field according to the rankings of college-basketball stat whiz Ken Pomeroy — fourth and fifth in this region, respectively. The result will likely be a Gators-Cavs clash in the round of 32 that should be far better than games in that round usually are, and the winner could give Villanova a major headache in the Sweet 16. Our model gives ’Nova a 59 percent chance of powering through to the Elite Eight anyway, but the Wildcats’ title defense will be tested relatively early in the tourney.VIDEO: A No. 16 seed will win, but don’t bet on it Related: Hot Takedown West Region South Region Top seed: Kansas (38 percent chance to win the region)Likeliest Cinderella: No. 11 Rhode Island (15 percent chance to get to the Sweet 16)As expected, Kansas got the Midwest region’s No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Now we have to see if the Jayhawks can outswing a number of heavy-hitting offenses that got placed in the same bracket.The South, West and East regions got four, five and six of the nation’s top-25 offenses in their brackets, according to Pomeroy. But the Midwest somehow ended up with seven teams, including Oklahoma State (the most efficient offense in the country, per Pomeroy); Michigan (No. 5 offense, and one of the hottest teams the past month); and Iowa State (the lone team to win at Kansas), which closed the regular season with nine wins in 10 games.The Midwest likely boasts the best perimeter shooting, too, as six of its teams — Purdue, Iowa State, Oklahoma State, Creighton, Iona and Kansas — rank in the top 20 nationally in 3-point percentage, according to Sports-Reference.com.Still, Kansas is the team most-favored to make it out of the region, according to FiveThirtyEight’s predictions (38 percent chance of making the Final Four). Frank Mason III and Josh Jackson were among the best scoring backcourts in America this season. But being placed in a scoring-heavy region could cause issues for Kansas: The Jayhawks went 23-0 in games this season when holding opponents under 80 points. They were just 5-4 in matchups in which they surrendered 80 or more.That said, other teams in the Midwest may have their own reasons to feel uncomfortable. The Big Ten likely won’t be thrilled that three of its seven tournament teams are all competing in the same region. (Coaches and players often say how difficult it is to have to beat the same opponent multiple times in one season.1It doesn’t seem as if that’s actually true in college basketball, though.) Oregon may be disappointed with falling to a No. 3 seed, a slide that might have been the result of losing top shot blocker Chris Boucher to a season-ending ACL tear. (Boucher’s absence could really hurt if and when the Ducks meet a bigger, more physical team such as Louisville2The Cardinals rank as the 16th-tallest team in college basketball; the Ducks rank as the 85th-tallest, per Pomeroy. in the Sweet 16.)No particular underdog in this region stands out as a great bet to get out of the first round, but No. 11 Rhode Island over No. 6 Creighton might be the best choice if you’re feeling adventurous. The Rams, ranked for part of the season, were one of five teams to beat Cincinnati and played a competitive game with Duke. And while Creighton is no slouch — having beaten conference foe Butler earlier in the season — the Bluejays lost their best player, guard Maurice Watson Jr. to injury and finished the regular season just 5-7 without him.Regardless of what happens — and whether Kansas makes it out of the region — be prepared to see a lot of scoring in the Midwest. All season long, a number of these teams showed they excel at it. As for No. 3 UCLA, our model gives the team just a 10 percent chance of making the trip to Glendale. But there’s some good news for anyone hoping to see Lonzo Ball and the high-scoring Bruins offense make a deep run in the tournament if you look a little deeper. Despite playing in the South region, UCLA will play its early-round games in Sacramento. Meanwhile, the Bruins’ first-round opponent Kent State and likely second-round opponent Cincinnati are both traveling about 2,000 miles from Ohio to northern California. They rank fourth and fifth in travel distance for the first weekend, respectively, while UCLA has a comparatively short trip of 350 miles (44th). UCLA catches another break in avoiding a second-round matchup with one of the more habitually underseeded teams in the tournament, Wichita State.The Shockers once again find themselves seeded below what the analytics think of them. Last year, the team was saddled with a No. 11 seed despite a statistical profile that more resembled a No. 5 seed, forcing it into a “first four” play-in game against similarly underseeded Vanderbilt. Wichita would be a No. 2 seed going by its Pomeroy rating (No. 8 overall) or a No. 3 seed going by FiveThirtyEight’s power rankings (No. 11). It will face No. 7 Dayton in the first round, and we give them a 69 percent chance of advancing to the second round. However, a likely second-round matchup against Kentucky drops Wichita’s chance of reaching the Sweet 16 to 24 percent. Still, that’s an outstanding chance for a No. 10 seed, and if a few things break their way, the Shockers could kick up a Cinderella run in a region stacked with blue bloods.Check out our March Madness predictions. Every year, FiveThirtyEight dusts off its March Madness predictions and forecasts the win probabilities of each team in the tournament. And every year, we’re reminded that the joy and chaos of March Madness can’t possibly be summed up in win probabilities alone. Each of the men’s tournament’s 68 teams has charted its own course to the field: Some have endured devastating injuries, some have made surprising runs in their conference tournaments, and some have weathered tripping scandals. But now they all get a clean state. Win six — or maybe seven — games, and they do what no team is likely to do: win the NCAA Tournament.To help you get ready for the tournament — and, yes, fill out those brackets — we’ve broken down each region, including the path of each No. 1 seed, and who the Cinderella teams could be in each one. No team has better than a 15 percent chance to win the tournament, according to our predictions, so there’s plenty of madness to come. Top seed: Gonzaga (41 percent chance to win the region)Likeliest Cinderella: No. 11 Xavier (17 percent chance to get to the Sweet 16)For just the second time over their two-decade rise from quirky mid-major to national powerhouse, the Gonzaga Bulldogs are a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. The last time it happened didn’t end well for the Zags; they were knocked out in the round of 32 by ninth-seeded Wichita State back in 2013. This year’s version is a more complete team on paper than those Bulldogs were, though, faster-paced and better on both offense and defense.But the stigma of being a power team in a non-power conference has dogged Gonzaga all season (it played by far the weakest schedule of any team in ESPN’s top 20 by Strength of Record), as have the low expectations the Bulldogs carried into the season (they ranked just 14th in the preseason AP poll). Even after 33 games, we probably know less about Gonzaga than any other No. 1 seed in the tournament.That doesn’t necessarily mean the Bulldogs are the most vulnerable top seed; according to our model, they have the best Final Four odds of any No. 1 team. But the Zags have a difficult road ahead: The West contains five of the top 25 teams in the nation according to Ken Pomeroy’s power ratings, two of which (Notre Dame and West Virginia) are packed into the Zags’ half of the bracket. West Virginia seems particularly dangerous if it can overcome a case of criminal underseeding; WVU is seeded fourth in this region despite ranking fifth in the entire nation by Pomeroy’s stats. Assuming the Mountaineers and Fighting Irish advance through what should be relatively easy first-round tests, their matchup should be one of the best of the second round — and its winner could prove to be a major roadblock for Gonzaga. Our model gives the Bulldogs a 60 percent chance of making it to the Elite Eight, which is the best of any No. 1 seed, but far from a safe path.The other side of the bracket also contains its share of strong teams, some seeded more appropriately than others. Upset aficionados, look out: At No. 40 in Pomeroy’s numbers, No. 11 Xavier actually ranks better than its first-round opponent, No. 6 Maryland (No. 45 in Pomeroy), although the FiveThirtyEight model still gives the Terrapins a 51 percent shot at advancing. And while No. 7 Saint Mary’s does rank higher in the advanced metrics than No. 10 VCU, the Gaels’ No. 14 national rank in Pomeroy’s ratings indicates that they have the talent of a No. 3 or No. 4 seed. Barring any huge upsets, the bottom half of the West could contain two more of the best second-round matchups in the entire tournament, to go with the Mountaineers-Irish tilt shaping up in the top half. Our predictions give Arizona and Florida State the best chances of emerging from them, with the Wildcats boasting a 39 percent probability of making the Elite Eight.And if Gonzaga can survive that potential matchup with West Virginia or Notre Dame, the Bulldogs will have to clear one last hurdle to reach the Final Four, whether it be Arizona, FSU or even their longtime West Coast Conference rival, Saint Mary’s. The Zags should be favored against any of the three; without having played a game, our model considers them 41 percent favorites to move on to Phoenix. Those odds will only increase if they make it to the Elite 8.But this is still Gonzaga we’re talking about here. No matter who the Bulldogs have to go through, they won’t be given quite the same benefit of the doubt as your typical No. 1 seed. Then again, this might also be their best chance yet to silence the doubters and prove they truly belong among college basketball’s blue-blood programs. 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Welcome to The Lab, FiveThirtyEight’s basketball podcast. On this week’s show (Nov. 16, 2017), Neil, Chris, and Kyle discuss the recent Time article on athlete activism by the head coach of the Detroit Pistons, Stan Van Gundy. Next, the Boston Celtics. The team’s prospects looked dire after Gordon Hayward’s opening-game injury, but the Celtics have won 13 consecutive games and have the best record in the NBA. Can they keep up this remarkable start? We investigate. Plus, a small-sample-size take on East vs. West parity.Subscribe to the show in your favorite podcasting app, or use the links in the player above.Here are links to what we discussed this week:Earlier this year, FiveThirtyEight found that NBA fans tend to lean liberal.Keep an eye on our 2017-18 NBA predictions, updated after every game.In case you missed it, check out our conversation about the Celtics in the immediate aftermath of Hayward’s injury. More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed Embed Code By Neil Paine, Chris Herring and Kyle Wagner
OSU senior center Pat Elflein takes questions during media day on Dec. 29. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Photo EditorFormer Ohio State center Pat Elflein was selected in the third round with the 70th overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft by the Minnesota Vikings.Elflein is the sixth Buckeye selected in the draft and the third selected on Saturday.Returning for his senior season, Elflein made the transition from right guard to center and was named one of the team’s captains. In his first season at the position, Elflein was awarded the Rimington trophy, given to the best center in the country, and was named the Big Ten’s Rimington-Pace Offensive Lineman of the Year.He was also recognized as a consensus first-team All-American and first-team All-Big Ten, the latter of which was his third such recognition in three years. Elflein appeared in 53 games over his five-year career, including a streak of 40-consecutive starts from the beginning of his redshirt-sophomore season to the end of his redshirt-senior year. In his final year on the line for OSU, Elflein helped the Buckeyes average more rushing yards per game than any other team in the Big Ten with 245.2, 11th-best among all FBS schools.Elflein joins former OSU offensive linemen Alex Boone and Reid Fragel on the Vikings.The Vikings open the season at home against the New Orleans Saints on September 11.
The review comes after parliament said the number of constituencies across the UK should be cut from 650 to 600, with around the same number of electors in each- between 71,000 and 78,500. The long running rivalry between the two counties has seen Cornwall attempt to re-establish its Celtic roots and separate language as symbolised by the ancient St Piran’s flag.English Heritage signs were regularly defaced by nationalists until recently and there is even a Cornish nationalist party -Mebyon Kernow- which rejects Cornwall being a county of England entirely.However, the height of the historic rivalry revolved around a dispute over the correct order of cream and jam on a scone earlier this year.A National Trust property in Cornwall sparked outrage after it advertised cream teas for Mother’s Day – with a photograph showing the cream being spread before the jam.The advert, from Lanhydrock House and Garden, was branded “unacceptable”, with some Cornish people threatening to cancel their memberships as they believed the traditional Cornish cream should have the cream on top of the jam.This tension has once again exposed itself in the angry reaction to the proposed “Devonwall” constituency from numerous MPs representing a seat with a significant nationalist presence in Cornwall.Cornwall Council Liberal Democrats have penned an open letter to all the Cornish MPs asking them to state if they will vote against the cross-border seat.Steve Double, Conservative MP for St Austell and Newquay, branded the proposals as “fundamentally wrong” and suggested that Cornwall’s six seats should be granted special protection. Many people living in Cornwall want to keep it completely separate from Devon to maintain its unique cultural identity. Similar plans to create a cross-border seat between Devon and Cornwall were defeated in 2013 after the Liberal Democrats withdrew their support.The commission said it was “confident” in its new map , but said the “Devonwall” area was “unavoidable” if plans to make constituencies more equal in size were to be successful. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. The proposed constituency is currently made up of two Parliamentary seats: Torridge and West Devon, held by Conservative Geoffrey Cox, and North Cornwall, which is occupied by Scott Mann, also a Conservative.Many feel the plans threaten the idea of Cornwall’s borders being respected like those in Wales and Scotland who have official recognition as distinct. A row against plans for a “Devonwall” seat has erupted after the Boundary Commission proposed to create the first ever parliamentary constituency that would straddle county lines.Politicians are protesting against new proposals for a cross-border parliamentary seat between Devon and Cornwall, which were suggested in the report’s final recommendations for the next general election.Local councillors say the only way to maintain Cornwall’s unique cultural identity is to have a separate parliamentary boundary to its neighbouring Devon.Adam Paynter, Cornwall Council leader, has vowed to strongly object to any plans joining Bude and Launceston in North Cornwall with Bideford in North Devon.–– ADVERTISEMENT ––Mr Paynter, who is also the Liberal Democrat councillor for Launceston, said: “It is something we’re very passionate about – the border has been there for over 1,000 years and hasn’t been crossed by anything like this.“To ignore it now, especially when Cornwall has achieved minority status, it does contravene the essence of what that is.”
Stay on target Much as I hate to say it, privacy, as we once knew it, has been all but eradicated. Think about it. How often do you actually clean out your cookies? What groups and sites have control over your data? Unless you’ve been active and keep up with your digital footprint, chances are you lost control years ago. With Amazon, for example, you can log in and buy basic things in a single tap. Netflix is pretty always available too. And when was the last time you talked to someone about torrenting? Yeah, the Pirate Bay and a handful of sites are still operational, but we’ve essentially lost.How okay you are with that idea may vary, but the chances are that it won’t be changing any time soon because the reality is that giving up data is easy and convenient. In many ways it does make our lives better. If everyone had an RFID chip in their arm with basic medical data stores, or if there were a single central database for storing medical records, doctors and healthcare workers would be able to treat patients much more effectively with far lower risks than would otherwise be possible. If we let manufacturers put (more, honestly) tracking chips in our cars, we could create a system that would notify a loved one if we missed a certain “checkpoint” on a long trip.There’s a lot to say — both for and against — these types of systems. Obviously, they’d have to be ridiculously secure, which, while simple in practice, is basically impossible on a large scale. It’d put a lot of us at huge risk, and that has to be weighed against what we could gain. That seems noble enough when dealing with something like medical data, but the reality is that we’re giving up similar amounts and personal information and getting far, FAR less in return.That much should all be common knowledge. The background radiation of the Internet age has had more than a few conversations about online privacy and how we’re utter shit at it. If you don’t know, you should at least start education yourself with some of these basic explainers. But, the real problem is human nature.When I think back to my childhood, I often bump against anachronisms. I think about phone books or paper maps. I think about how I looked up things before Google — and it’s absolutely ridiculous. Life without a smartphone was a bizarre and frightening one. I recall getting lost in all kinds of cities just because I couldn’t work out their labyrinthine bus system. I’ve been stranded plenty of times before, too. All that stuff is in the past. And so is shopping, really. Amazon and other services organize just about all the major things I need, and have it sent to my door every couple weeks. That convenience is, for the most part, free. I don’t have to grab a car or take the bus to a lot of stores these days.And that’s just a sliver. Apps like Nuzzel streamline my media consumption, Google calendar allows me to plan my social calendar with ease and then share that with anyone. These kinds of services — when you think about them — are terrifying. I’m having algorithms pick out the foods I eat. I let a program decide what information I read. Not only do I give these services incredible power over my life, but I also entrust to them a great deal of my personal information. Somewhere, likely scattered across dozens of servers, is the sum total of my digital life. What my religious beliefs are. What kinds of foods I eat. Who I love.To a degree that, that terrifies me. And to protect myself and the people I care about, I do my best to practice good security. I tend to use VPNs, my passwords are plenty secure, etc., but I still throw my life at bots and servers because I want my life to be easier to manage. And I’m definitely not alone.So much of our lives can be managed and automated. I choose to use that to spend more time with friends, but most just don’t want to deal with the hassle. We’d rather have our credit card data stored, so we don’t have to enter it every goddamned time. We’d rather have a system track our lives so we always know where we should be, when.We can push against that, some, but the reality is that if modern society were going to raise its hand to stop the death of privacy, it’d have done it long ago. This way is just easier. Right or wrong, that’s the way it seems to be. Sure, there will be some holdouts who refuse to give in, and they’ll be Luddites.I’m not saying this because I think it’s good, necessarily, just that it’s reality. Much as I once loved late night drives, I can’t speed like I used to. Is that for the better? Probably. It’s a lot safer, for sure. But it feels like, with it, the world’s lost a bit of magic. Maybe that’s for the best; maybe it’s not. But I certainly didn’t think we’d fashion ourselves into a digital, corporatist police state this smoothly. But hey! At least I get cheap cat litter delivered to my door once a month. That’s something, I guess. Here’s the Story Behind the World’s First Major Internet AttackResearchers Discover Two More Cases of Facebook Data Exposure
The Humane Society transferred the coyote pup to Project Wildlife for care before transfer to a Ramona animal sanctuary, The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center, which rehabilitates and releases native wildlife.“It’s really difficult to tell the difference between a dog and a coyote pup, especially at just a few days old,” Lauren DuBois, Project Wildlife rehabilitation director, told the San Diego Union-Tribune.According to DuBois, coyotes frequently move their dens, and the mother of the newborn may have been in the process of transferring her pups to a new location when the dog walker encountered this one and “rescued” it.The animal sanctuary plans to release the coyote in the same general area when it is old enough.More on Geek.com:Dog Rescued From a Frozen Estonian River Turns Out to Be a Wild WolfBobcat Struck By Police Car Released Back Into the WildMore Than 40 Animals Rescued From Notorious ‘Zoo of Sorrows in Gaza Watch: Deputies Help Bear Family Rescue Cub Trapped in DumpsterWatch: Dog Rescued After Collapsing From Heatstroke During Hike An abandoned puppy gave its would-be rescuers a surprise when it turned out it wasn’t a puppy at all — it was a coyote.Humane Society officers received a call last week from a resident walking his dog in a canyon in the San Diego neighborhood of Tierrasanta. The man reported he had found an abandoned puppy, rescued it, and took it back to his home, where he called the San Diego Humane Society, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.However, upon examination, the officers discovered the newborn animal, estimated to be about 10 days old, was a coyote pup. Stay on target
OLYMPIA — Schools could be required to tell parents when a teacher isolates or restrains their children, if a proposal by state Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, passes out of the House of Representatives by Wednesday’s bill deadline.That proposal, House Bill 1688, defines what it means to isolate or restrain an uncontrollable student, and requires principals or other administrators to call the parents of the isolated student no later than 24 hours after the incident, or to notify them by mail no later than five days after the isolation or restraint.Student isolation was a topic of talk late last year, when an elementary school in Longview took heat for using a closet-size, padded isolation booth.At that time, Clark County school representatives said a number of local schools have similar spaces to restrict and calm aggressive behavior in students with special needs who may be a danger to themselves or others. All Clark County districts reported that the rooms are used as a last resort and never for discipline.Stonier says most schools already have a policy in place similar to what her bill would create. However, she said, when districts don’t have a policy, it creates problems for disabled students.
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Tags Now playing: Watch this: 10 Photos Pokemon Red and Blue’s most memorable moments Since Pokemon is so strongly associated with Nintendo, it’s easy to forget about Game Freak. But its work is the bedrock of the franchise, having guided Pokemon through eight generations of games from Game Boy to the Switch.Sword and Shield are due to arrive in late 2019.Game Freak, take a bow — then get back to working on Sword and Shield, please.Originally published Feb. 28 at 6 a.m. PT.Update, 6:24 a.m.: Adds Junichi Masuda’s tweet. The developer posted the message with a shot of flowers it got from The Pokemon Company, which manages the overall brand. Sitting among the flowers are Pikachu and Eevee, in little outfits from Pokemon Let’s Go (the most recent game in the series). The bouquet is currently sitting at the entrance of its office in Tokyo.Junichi Masuda, the series’ director, tweeted his own message (translated by Nick Mosier) marking the 1996 debut. “Since then, it’s expanded to manga, anime, all kinds of products, and even went worldwide. Everyone’s support made a day like today possible and I’m nothing but thankful. Thank you for your continued support!” he tweeted. Video Games Gaming Pokemon Go Nintendo 2:13 Share your voice Pokemon developer Game Freak received a bouquet of flowers, Pikachu and Eevee to celebrate 23 years of the games. Game Freak Facebook It was easy to forget amid the unveiling of Pokemon Sword and Shield for Nintendo Switch, but Wednesday also marked the 23rd anniversary of the entire game series.Developer Game Freak marked the occasion with a Facebook post thanking fans for sticking with Pokemon for so long. It’s in Japanese, but NintendoSoup kindly translated.”Today, Feb. 27, 2019, marks 23 years since… the day Pokemon Red and Green launched in Japan. We as a company are deeply moved by this day, and are humbled by everyone’s support. We truly thank you for your support,” the developer said in the post. 0 23 years ago today, on February 27th 1996, Pokemon was born. Since then, it’s expanded to manga, anime, all kinds of products, and even went worldwide. Everyone’s support made a day like today possible and I’m nothing but thankful. Thank you for your continued support! https://t.co/nFN2AL2xgb— Nick Mosier (@N_Mosier) February 27, 2019 Nintendo shows latest Pokemon game, Sword and Shield Post a comment
Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam attends a news conference in Hong Kong, China on 15 June. Photo: AFPHong Kong’s political crisis enters its second week on Monday as uncertainty grows over the fate of government leader Carrie Lam and the extradition bill she postponed at the weekend.Protest organisers said almost 2 million people turned out on Sunday to demand that Lam step down in what is becoming the most significant challenge to China’s relationship with the territory since it was handed back by Britain 22 years ago.It comes at a time when Chinese president Xi Jinping is grappling with a deepening US trade war, an ebbing economy and regional strategic tension.Hong Kong opposition politicians are echoing marchers’ calls for both Lam and the law to go, even after she apologised for her government’s handling of the bill, which would let suspects be sent to mainland China for trial for the first time.”Her government cannot be an effective government, and will have much, much, much difficulties to carry on,” veteran Democratic Party legislator James To told government-funded broadcaster RTHK.”I believe the central people’s government will accept her resignation.”However, the official China Daily said Beijing’s leaders would continue to back Lam, as it lashed out at foreign “meddling” in the crisis.China’s support for Lam will “not waver, not in the face of street violence nor the ill-intentioned interventions of foreign governments,” the newspaper said in an editorial.While Lam delayed the bill, it has yet to be completely shelved, despite broad domestic and international concern that the status of Hong Kong as a financial hub could be eroded by changes to the rule of law.”We cannot accept her apology, it doesn’t remove all our threats,” said social worker Brian Chau, one of several hundred protesters who stayed overnight in the Admiralty district around the government headquarters and legislature.Some demonstrators cleared rubbish left after the vast, but peaceful, march while others sang ‘Hallelujah’, a gospel song that has become a feature of the protests against Lam.The headquarters will stay closed on Monday, the government said. A smattering of uniformed police stood by without riot equipment, in a contrast to the recent violent skirmishes between police and protesters.The movement against Lam is widely expected to get a boost on Monday morning, when one of the government’s most strident critics, activist Joshua Wong, is set to be freed from jail.Wong, 22, and his pro-democracy Demosisto group played a key role in the “Occupy” protests that galvanised the city in 2014.
WASHINGTON – A non-profit watchdog group has asked the Justice Department and the Office of Government Ethics to investigate whether a secret payment to an adult film actress made prior to the 2016 presidential election may have violated federal law because Donald Trump did not list it on his financial disclosure forms.Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington lodged the civil and criminal complaint on Thursday. The group argues that Trump attorney Michael Cohen’s $130,000 payment may have been a loan to Trump and, if so, needed to be disclosed. And CREW noted that special counsel Robert Mueller may also want to investigate because of “a similar pattern of potential blackmail” in personal matters involving Trump.Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, claimed in a lawsuit filed this week that the $130,000 payment made as part of a nondisclosure agreement was to ensure she didn’t share details of an extramarital affair with Trump.Clifford sought to invalidate their agreement in order to “set the record straight.” She alleged in the filing that Trump “at all times has been fully aware of the negotiations … the existence and terms of the Hush Agreement, the payment of $130,000, (and) the use of (Essential Consultants LLC) as a conduit.”CREW argues that Trump’s 2016 financial disclosure form did not include any reference to Cohen or Essential Consultants LLC, and that if the allegations are true, it should have. Public officials are required under the Ethics in Government Act of 1978 to report all liabilities beyond $10,000 during the preceding calendar year.If “Mr. Trump intentionally omitted this material information from his financial disclosures as part of a larger scheme to hide his relationship with Ms. Daniels, that would be no small thing,” said Norm Eisen, chairman of CREW.“The president personally certified these filings, so he may finally face some accountability. … Remember, the feds got Al Capone for lying on his federal financial submissions (his taxes), not for any underlying offences,” he said.The letter also states that Cohen is required under the New York Rules of Professional Conduct to keep Trump informed about “all material developments,” including settlements, with Clifford.Cohen has said he paid the porn actress $130,000 out of his own pocket as part of the agreement. He’s also said that “neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign was a party to the transaction with Ms. Clifford, and neither reimbursed me for the payment, either directly or indirectly.”The White House has said that none of the allegations are true and that the Clifford case has already been won in arbitration. The White House and the Trump Organization did not respond to requests for comment on Friday. The Justice Department declined to comment.“It is mere common sense that there is no way that an attorney would engage in a negotiation finalization and payment pursuant to an agreement and not disclose it to the client,” said Clifford’s attorney, Michael Avenatti. “There is substantial evidence that will come to light, that will firmly establish this fact beyond dispute.”Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee and members of the House’s Democratic Women’s Working Group sent a lengthy letter to Trump’s attorneys on Friday about the Clifford case, an alleged extramarital affair with former 1998 Playboy Playmate of the Year Karen McDougal, and “potentially others.”The letter requested details on agreements and payments made. It said the events raise questions relating to “possible campaign finance, tax, legal ethics and other legal violations, raise serious doubts about the credibility of President Trump’s repeated denials of sexual misconduct, and pose risks of future efforts to extort or otherwise improperly influence the President.”___Follow Tami Abdollah at https://twitter.com/latams by Tami Abdollah, The Associated Press Posted Mar 9, 2018 9:47 am PDT Last Updated Mar 9, 2018 at 3:40 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Watchdog group: DOJ should investigate porn actress payment
NEW YORK — “Black Panther” and “BlacKkKlansman” are among the films vying for the top prize at the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday.The SAG Awards are one of the most reliable bellwethers of the Academy Awards, but several of this year’s top Oscar contenders failed to land a best ensemble nomination.The two leading Oscar nominees — “Roma” and “The Favourite” — were bypassed by the actors guild for a field that also includes “Crazy Rich Asians,” ”Bohemian Rhapsody” and “A Star Is Born,” which led all films with four nominations. “The Favourite” still earned nods for its three lead actresses — Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz — but “Roma” was shut out entirely. Both films landed 10 Oscar nods Tuesday.The SAG Awards also have something the Oscars don’t: a host. Megan Mullally will emcee the show from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. TNT and TBS will air the broadcast live beginning at 8 p.m. EST. Tom Hanks will present Alan Alda with the Life Achievement Award.The best picture winner at the Academy Awards has always first been nominated for best ensemble by the SAG Awards except in 1996, when “Braveheart” won best picture, and last year, when Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water” overcame the SAG omission to win best picture. The actors guild instead awarded “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” its top prize.Actors easily make up the largest percentage of the academy, so their preferences can have an especially large impact on the Oscar race.This year’s picks, chosen by the 2,500 nominating members of SAG-AFTRA, included a few head scratchers. If the guild liked the cast of “The Favourite” well enough to nominate three of its stars, why did it prefer the ensemble of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” a film widely seen as Rami Malek’s one-man show?In television categories, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “Ozark” led with four nominations each. “Barry,” ”GLOW,” ?The Handmaid’s Tale” and “The Kominsky Method” trailed close behind with three nominations each.Up for best ensemble in comedy are “Atlanta,” ”Barry,” ”GLOW,” ”The Kominsky Method” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” The drama series ensemble nominees are: “The Americans,” ?Better Call Saul,” ”The Handmaid’s Tale,” ”Ozark” and “This Is Us.”Ahead of this year’s show, the Screen Actors Guild also took the unusual step of publicly criticizing the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for pressuring stars to appear only on the Oscars. The film academy has declined to comment. FILE – In this Jan. 29, 2017 file photo, Ashton Kutcher presents the award for outstanding performance by a female actor in a comedy series at the 23rd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles. “Black Panther” and “BlacKkKlansman” are among the films vying for the top prize at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File) by Jake Coyle, The Associated Press Posted Jan 27, 2019 5:23 am PDT Last Updated Jan 27, 2019 at 10:51 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Related Stories Bryan Singer keeps directing gig following allegationsFor 25 years, SAG Awards have been ‘the actors’ party’Two Quebec short-film directors mark first Oscar nominations together ‘Black Panther,’ ‘Star Is Born’ up for SAG Awards’ top honour Summary The SAG Awards take place Sunday Jan. 27Several of this year’s top Oscar contenders failed to land a best ensemble nomination “Hollywood|a star is born|black panther|SAG Awards
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