60s Scoop survivors accuse government of backtracking after legal battle

first_imgTORONTO – Survivors of the ’60s Scoop accuse the Liberal government of opting for further hard-ball litigation, despite losing a bitterly fought legal battle, as a way to avoid paying compensation to thousands who were taken from reserves in Ontario as children and placed with non-native families.Even though Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett has admitted Canada wronged the aboriginal children and said she wanted a settlement, Justice Department lawyers appear to be on a different path.Documents obtained by The Canadian Press indicate federal lawyers are fighting an attempt to move into a damages phase after Superior Court Justice Edward Belobaba ruled in February that Canada had breached its “duty of care” to the children.The decision had prompted Bennett to say the government would “absolutely” not appeal and would try to resolve the issue.However, a day after a May 11 meeting to start hammering out settlement details, according to those present, a government lawyer argued Belobaba had not found the government liable for the harm suffered by thousands of on-reserve children who lost contact with their roots after placement in non-aboriginal homes.Belobaba asked for a written explanation on the issue, which was provided late last week.“The court and the parties always contemplated that class identification, causation, damages and quantum of damages would have to be determined individually,” the government lawyers said in a memo to the judge.“The summary-judgment decision does not establish liability — the claim is pleaded in negligence — and while duty of care and breach have been established on behalf of the class, causation in fact and damages still need to be proven individually.”In addition, the government insists there’s “no evidence” of how many people are involved and deciding on a total amount of damages is impossible.Ahead of a hearing with Belobaba scheduled for Wednesday, a lawyer for the plaintiffs in the case called the government’s position “mean and cruel.”“With the Conservative government, we got an abject ‘forget it, get lost’,” Jeffery Wilson said. “With the Liberal government, we got talk of reconciliation (but) instead we get this.”Wilson, who represents lead plaintiff Chief Marcia Brown Martel, accused Ottawa of rendering Belobaba’s ruling meaningless by essentially pushing for thousands of individual trials. Canada, he said, was undoing the spirit of reconciliation by indicating it would litigate to the very end.A senior Bennett spokesman, however, denied the government was trying to back-pedal on its admission of culpability or obligation to compensate the Scoop victims. Nor is there an attempt at a back-door appeal of Belobaba’s ruling, he said.“The government admits that there is a liability but determining what that amount is means you need to look at what the individual experience was,” James Fitz-Morris said from Ottawa. “We’re saying that we need to hear from individuals as to what was the range of harm that was done to them, and not re-arguing that there was harm. We’re not re-arguing that.”At the same time, Fitz-Morris said, the government was committed to pursuing an out-of-court settlement with all ’60s Scoop victims across Canada. About 18 other class actions have been filed.“We really are looking at this like two streams and they’re not mutually exclusive,” Fitz-Morris said. “Just because they’re continuing with the quantum hearing doesn’t mean that we’re going to back away from negotiations.”The class action Belobaba ruled on, launched eight years ago, sought $1.3 billion on behalf of about 16,000 indigenous children in Ontario — roughly $85,000 for each child harmed by being placed in non-aboriginal homes from 1965 to 1984 under terms of a federal-provincial agreement.Brown Martel, who has proposed claimants chip in settlement money for a new national healing foundation, a scholarship or chair at a university, said she would welcome a national settlement.Yet her disappointment at how the government was now behaving toward her group of victims was palpable.“It’s actually very disheartening. It’s very sad,” Brown Martel said in an interview. “What they’re saying now is just negating everything that Justice Belobaba had to say. What I hear Carolyn Bennett say and what I see the government of Canada do is contrary.”last_img read more

National Defence mum on Russian threat to shoot down planes in Syria

first_imgOTTAWA – There are fears Canadian military aircraft operating over Syria could be caught in the middle of a new and potentially explosive dispute between the U.S. and Russia.Moscow warned Monday that it will track allied aircraft operating west of the Euphrates River in Syria as potential targets after the U.S. shot down a Syrian government warplane.American officials say the Syrian jet dropped bombs near U.S.-backed forces fighting the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant — a claim the Syrian government and Russia both dispute.The Canadian military has been flying surveillance aircraft and a refuelling plane over Syria as part of its contribution to the U.S.-led anti-ISIL coalition.But while National Defence says it is monitoring the situation, it otherwise wouldn’t comment Monday on where the Canadian planes have been flying in Syria and whether they are in any increased risk of danger.“For operational security considerations, the Canadian Armed Forces will not disclose the frequency of the flights or the exact locations nor the details of our force protection measures and risk assessment process,” spokeman Daniel Le Bouthillier said in an email.The previous Conservative government first deployed Aurora surveillance planes, a Polaris air-to-air refueller and six CF-18 fighter jets to participate in the U.S.-led air campaign against ISIL in October 2014.While the planes were initially restricted to operations over Iraq, the Tories decided in March 2015 to expand the mission to include Syria as well.The newly elected Liberal government withdrew the CF-18s the following year, but kept the other planes in the region to continue supporting fighter jets from the U.S. and other allied countries.A senior military officer told The Canadian Press during a visit to the region in February that the Auroras and Polaris had flown between 20 and 30 missions over Syria in the previous few months.While former Canadian diplomat Ferry de Kerckhove said it was unlikely Russia would risk shooting down a coalition aircraft, Canadian or otherwise, he worried about the increasing rhetoric and tension in Syria.“This is very dangerous,” he said. “And if it rises, they could certainly be caught in the middle. If we’re talking about an escalation in the tension, there could be some concern for the Canadians, absolutely.”The Trudeau government is reviewing possible changes to Canada’s mission against ISIL, whose current mandate is set to expire at the end of the month.Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has said the new mission will not include sending troops into Syria, but has not otherwise commented on whether the Auroras and Polaris will stay in the region.Monday’s tensions between Russia and the U.S. erupted after a U.S. fighter jet shot down a Syrian warplane, the first such incident in Syria’s more than six-year-old civil war.Canada also has 200 special forces troops in northern Iraq, along with a helicopter detachment and a combat hospital.American officials say the Syrian jet dropped bombs close to U.S.-backed forces fighting near the city of Raqqa, which serves as ISIL’s de facto capital.The U.S. has been providing air and ground support to the Syrian Democratic Forces, a collection of different groups that have been the U.S. government’s main partners in the fight against ISIL in Syria.But the Syrian military said its Su-22 fighter jet was flying a mission against ISIL. Russia, which has been Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s most powerful backer, condemned the downing of the plane.The Russian defence ministry went on to say in a statement that all aircraft belonging to the U.S.-led coalition operating west of the Euphrates “will be tracked by the Russian (surface-to-air missile) systems as targets.”Tensions between the U.S. and Russia over Syria are not new, but have so far been peacefully managed.The most recent was in April when the U.S. fired missiles at a Syrian air base following a chemical weapons attack that Washington blamed on the Assad government.In response, Russia temporarily suspended a hotline intended to prevent midair incidents with the U.S. over Syria.last_img read more

Risk of student loan defaults rising say documents warning system is broken

first_imgOTTAWA — Federal officials warned in a presentation earlier this year that the risk of student loan defaults and delays was on the rise, noting bleakly: the “system is broken.”Federal student debt alone is approximately $17 billion and the federal government has to regularly write-off millions of dollars in loans it will never collect.The documents, obtained by The Canadian Press, say the costs for post-secondary education have increased at rates “above wage growth and inflation” over the last decade, while the cost of living has also jumped, creating an affordability crunch for new and graduating students.And yet, the documents acknowledge that post-secondary education is a must for many entering the job market.Recommendations for how to address the problem were redacted from the documents, but student groups say they should include more non-repayable grants and waiving interest payments on student loans.The Canadian Federation of Students and the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations are each readying to launch get-out-the-vote campaigns on campuses to get students to the polls during the fall federal election.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Nova Scotia Mikmaq chiefs demand full jurisdiction in coming child welfare legislation

first_imgPaqtnkek Mi’kmaq Nation Chief Paul Prosper says keeping child welfare under provincial jurisdiction “is contrary to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.” Photo: Assembly of NS Mi’kmaq Chiefs.Justin BrakeAPTN NewsMi’kmaq chiefs in Nova Scotia are adding their voices to the growing number of Indigenous leaders concerned that the Trudeau government could soon table a child welfare bill that doesn’t give full jurisdiction to First Nations.On Friday the Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs issued a press release calling on Ottawa to ensure the latest draft legislation is amended to include full jurisdiction for First Nations over child welfare.“The legislation, in its current form, does not recognize the inherent right to self-government which would allow First Nation communities to rightfully assume jurisdiction and governance over their own child welfare matters without the permission of Governments,” Paqtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation Chief Paul Prosper says in the statement.Propsper, who holds the justice portfolio for the assembly, also says in the release that it’s “not acceptable for Canada to force us to require the consent of the Provinces and Canada prior to taking jurisdiction over our children and families.“This approach is contrary to The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.”In a Feb. 11 letter to Prime Minister Trudeau, Prosper said Section 11 of the draft, Indigenous Family and Unity Act, “denies the jurisdiction and governance by First Nations people over their own child welfare matters.”He said “the provinces have failed in protecting our vulnerable children,” and that as a result of being removed from their communities they’ve “lost their language, their culture, their identity.”Prosper said the only resolution is “if we have full jurisdiction.”Jennifer Cox works with the Kwilmu’kw Maw-klusuaqn Negotiation Office, and with the Nova Scotia chiefs.She was recently tasked with developing a self-government model on child welfare for Mi’kmaq communities in Nova Scotia.Cox says at present the federal funding and provincial legislative authority for child welfare “don’t mix very well.”She says the risks and harms associated with removing a child from their community and culture aren’t currently legislated as considerations in when children are being removed from their home.“The federal legislation, if it were to recognize our inherent rights to develop our own laws, will put us in a position where we could create our own legislation here in Mi’kma’ki,” she explains.“And that will make big changes for us because we will be able to do things that make more sense, essentially.”Asked if the province supports the transfer of full jurisdiction over child welfare to First Nations, a spokesperson for Nova Scotia’s Department of Community Services said they support the Mi’kmaq “to move towards self-governance for child welfare and a Mi’kmaw Child Welfare Law.”Heather Fairbarin said in Nova Scotia the Mi’kmaq Family and Children’s Services (MFCS) “implements child protection on reserve,” and that the agency’s board of directors is “governed by Mi’kmaw leadership including many of the chiefs.”She said the province “has a good working relationship with the agency,” and that MFCS “is required to follow the standards within the provincial Children and Family Services Act. The department has a good working relationship with the agency.”It’s not clear if Nova Scotia supports transferring jurisdiction over child welfare to the Mi’kmaq, but Cox says based on the province’s support for the move to Mi’kmaq self-governance, “in principle it sounds like they will be supportive of First Nations jurisdiction.”Cox says the federal legislation “will be basically useless if it doesn’t deal with the issue of jurisdiction.”She says if there’s legislation in place at the federal level “that recognizes we have this inherent right, [it] will allow us to get down to the real business of negotiating the actual laws that we need to have in place.”If that happens, she adds, “it will hopefully set the national standards for certain things, like the removal of children…that will supersede the provincial and territorial legislation.”In Friday’s statement Prosper said Mi’kmaq “need to ensure our children are safe in their own communities.“We can only do that if we have jurisdiction and the financial means to support this work.”APTN News asked Trudeau earlier this week when his government will table the already delayed child welfare bill.The prime minister didn’t offer a timeframe, but said the bill will be “a historic piece of legislation on many levels,” and that it “embodies reconciliation.”jbrake@aptn.ca@justinbrakenewslast_img read more

Modi’s address gross misuse of power & machinery: Mayawati

first_imgLucknow: BSP president Mayawati Thursday lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for “gross misuse of power and machinery” in addressing the nation without prior permission of the Election Commission and hoped that the poll body will act in an exemplary manner. She was referring to Modi’s address to the nation on Wednesday announcing India’s successful test of an anti-satellite missile that put the country in an exclusive club of space super powers. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’ “The EC has formed a committee to examine the content of PM’s address yesterday but the real issue is why & how the PM addressed the country without its prior permission. It is the gross misuse of power & machinery for the electoral benefits. EC must act in an exemplary manner,” the BSP leader tweeted. “Previous experience proves that like law & order, BJP leaders are habitual offenders in violating Model Code of Conduct. And PM Mr Modi again flouted poll norms by addressing the country without prior permission of EC though there was no such emergency. Hope the EC acts promptly,” she said in another tweet. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&K India shot down one of its satellites in space on Wednesday with an anti-satellite missile to demonstrate this complex capability, making it only the fourth country to have used such a weapon. Declaring India has established itself as a global space power after the success of the operation ‘Mission Shakti’, Modi said the missile hit a live satellite flying in a Low Earth Orbit after it traversed a distance of almost 300 km from earth within three minutes of its launch.last_img read more

El Salvador to Reconsider its Recognition of Self-Proclaimed SADR

Rabat –  The Polisario Front might face another disappointment as El Salvador is reconsidering its recognition of the self-proclaimed Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR).The Republic of El Salvador issued a statement through its foreign affairs ministry, emphasizing that new President Nayib Bukele is reviewing the country’s position on Western Sahara and is considering its “diplomatic relations” with the self-proclaimed SADR.“Once the evaluations are concluded, the government of El Salvador will inform the international community of its decision in this regard,” the statement added. The statement comes less than a week after Bukele was sworn in as new President of El Salvador. . The leader of the separatist group, Ibrahim Ghali, attended the inaugural ceremony.El Salvador has been supporting Polisario’s “independence” claims since 1989 when it recognized the self-proclaimed SADRCommitting to usher his country in a “new era,” Bukele, has vowed to overcome all crises hindering the development of his country, including corruption, mass migration to the US, and poverty.Bukele started his mission by firing officials via Twitter. In a tweet, the former mayor of San Salvador said “Cel president William Granadino is ordered to remove Claudia Sanchez Billata, daughter of former president Sanchez Ceren, from her position. Do not hire a replacement,” he said.He also fired several other officials, including relatives of the former president and members of the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front.Bukele’s decision to sack former officials linked to his predecessor suggests that he might also change his country’s foreign policy, including with regards to the Polisario. read more

Another cancelled Speed Week renews racers fears that Utahs famous salt flats

by Michelle L. Price, The Associated Press Posted Jul 27, 2015 7:46 am MDT Last Updated Jul 27, 2015 at 11:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Another cancelled Speed Week renews racers’ fears that Utah’s famous salt flats are shrinking This Friday, July 17, 2015 photo shows a sign at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. A small city of tents, trailers and thousands of visitors appears almost every August in the Utah desert to watch cars, motorcycles and anything with wheels rocket across gleaming white sheets of salt at speeds of 400 mph. But wet weather has forced the cancellation of Speed Week for the second straight year and revived a debate about whether nearby mining is depleting the Bonneville Salt Flats of their precious resource. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) WENDOVER, Utah – A small city of tents, trailers and thousands of visitors appears almost every August in the Utah desert to watch cars, motorcycles and anything with wheels rocket across gleaming white sheets of salt at speeds that can top 400 mph.But wet weather has forced the cancellation of Speed Week for the second straight year and revived a debate about whether nearby mining is depleting the Bonneville Salt Flats of their precious resource.Racers say they have worried for decades that mining is draining an aquifer that helps replenish the flats each year, leaving smaller amounts of the smooth, hard salt that makes for a nearly glass-like surface for cars hurtling across the landscape.Federal land managers who oversee the flats say they don’t have any evidence that the salt is being depleted and point to the anomaly of heavy rains around the time of the event this year and last year.“The main international racetrack used to be 13 miles in length,” said Stuart Gosswein with Save the Salt, a group of race aficionados that has raised the alarm. “Now we can’t even find 7 miles.”The white, treeless landscape rimmed by purple mountains has served as a backdrop for films like “Independence Day,” countless car commercials, TV shows and photo shoots. The flats, composed almost entirely of common table salt, have also attracted racers for more than 100 years with the hope that the hard, smooth track will help them beat the clock.It’s where David Abbott “Ab” Jenkins set an endurance record in 1940 with his vehicle, the “Mormon Meteor.” It’s also where New Zealand racer Burt Munro set speed records on his modified bike, including a 1967 record of 183.58 mph, which still stands today. The feat was later depicted in the 2005 Anthony Hopkins movie, “The World’s Fastest Indian” — also filmed at the flats.The annual Speed Week race in late summer is the largest annual racing event, drawing hundreds of teams and filling restaurants and hotel rooms in the nearby border cities of Wendover, Utah, and West Wendover, Nevada, with spectators and pit crews.Wendover Mayor Mike Crawford, who owns an auto-parts shop in town, said the decision by race organizers to cancel this year’s event while it is still weeks away will be a bigger economic blow than last year, when a monsoon storm left standing water on the track on the eve of the race. The event’s organizer, the Southern California Timing Association, cancelled the 2014 event after racers and fans had already arrived at their hotels.“Nobody’s going to go out of business, nobody’s going to lay off people,” Crawford said. But “it gives you a little bit of cushion to go through the winter, which is slow in Wendover.”Over six decades, organizers have cancelled the race periodically due to weather. Before last year, the last time it was scuttled was in the 1990s.The U.S. Bureau of Land Management, which oversees the flats, doesn’t believe the flats are shrinking but is still requiring the mining company to pump brine onto the flats every winter and launch a detailed study of the salt crust later this year. Both are requirements of the company’s permit issued in 2012, said Kevin Oliver, the manager of the BLM’s west desert district.Driving or racing doesn’t damage the salt as long as the flats are dry and hard, according to the BLM.Gosswein said his Save the Salt coalition doesn’t want to wait for another study of the salt crust. They want to truck in dry salt to thicken the flats and are pressuring Utah’s congressional delegation over management of the area.“This thing has been studied to death,” Gosswein said. “It’s time to do something.”Timing association president Bill Lattin said he’s seen the salt thick and thin over the 40-plus years he’s been coming to Bonneville, but he’s never seen as much mud covering the course as there is this year, with the spread not even sparing enough decent salt for organizers to scrape out a short 3-mile course.Lattin suspects the brine that’s pumped over the flats with the hope of rebuilding salt levels each year has instead trapped and pickled mud dumped from earlier storms, leaving the salt thin and rough.Racers may be able to make up their time trials at an abbreviated event later this year, but it’s entirely up to Mother Nature, he said.“Man can’t heal the salt the way it is. It needs time to just collect more salt, have more rain and do what it does naturally,” Lattin said.___Follow Michelle L. Price at https://twitter.com/michellelprice . read more

Brock tunes into national RCMP bullying videoconference for youth

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are coming to Brock University Nov. 17.Specifically, they’ll be on a computer screen, interacting with students, researchers and everyone else who wants to know more about bullying and cyber bullying.It’s one episode in the series “RCMPTalks,” 90-minute, live, interactive videoconferences that offer advice and guidance on a wide range of issues.In the Nov. 17 RCMPTalks: Bullying and Cyberbullying episode, motivational speaker Molly Burke will share how bullies tormented her as a student diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa, a rare retinal disease causing loss of vision, and how she struggled with depression and anxiety.At the live stream event, to take place in Plaza 601C from noon to 1:30 p.m., participants can ask Burke questions and discuss the issue through social media.The airing of RCMPTalks at Brock comes out of a partnership between the national police force and Brock’s Healthy Youth Program, or B-HYP, a research initiative that evaluates how mental and physical health interact over time during adolescence.Department of Psychology professor Teena Willoughby says the partnership with the RCMP helps her with her research in B-HYP.“Events like the RCMPTalks give youth a venue to voice their questions and concerns around health issues, especially mental health issues which can carry a large stigma in today’s society,” she says. “Working with the RCMP, who do great work engaging with youth, will provide me with a way to better understand youth’s perspectives.“For the RCMP, their collaboration with us is a great way to mobilize new research into their programming, particularly given the widespread expected impact of B-HYP,” says Willoughby.RCMPTalks covers a range of subjects – such as bullying, distracted driving, drugs and alcohol, and impaired driving – that are of special importance to youth.Virtual classrooms accompany each videoconference, enabling teachers to deliver learning activities and resources over a period of one to two weeks leading up to the national event. During this phase, a team of online mentors will provide students with timely feedback on their virtual classroom postings.Students from up to six Canadian schools are able to ask the featured guest speaker questions about the topic.Kyle Rose, president of Brock University Students Union (BUSU) says he and his colleagues are excited about Brock joining in the national RCMPTalks videoconference, adding, “BUSU looks forward to long-standing collaborating between the RCMP and B-HYP. We will be supporting them as much as we can.” read more

Updated card for WWE Money in the Bank Smackdown WWE Championship match

first_img Now Playing Up Next Twitter WWE Lists The Shields Top 10 Wins Now Playing Up Next WhatsApp Videos Articles Seth Rollins Google+ Now Playing Up Next WWE Confirms The Shield And Ronda Rousey At Super Show-Down Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Facebook WrestleMania Could Be Biggest Evercenter_img Madison Square Garden Pays Tribute to Roman Reigns Videos Articles Pinterest The WWE title match has been announced while the Smackdown competitors have been confirmed for the men and women’s Money in the Bank Ladder matches.As we reported earlier, Kofi Kingston will defend his WWE title against Kevin Owens. Over on Smackdown, Andrade, Randy Orton, Ali and Finn Balor will compete in the men’s Money in the Bank Ladder match.For the women’s, Bayley, Mandy Rose, Ember Moon and Carmella complete that match for Smackdown.Here is the updated card for Money in the Bank as of this week:WWE ChampionshipKofi Kingston (c) vs. Kevin OwensWWE Universal ChampionshipSeth Rollins (c) vs. AJ StylesRAW Women’s ChampionshipBecky Lynch (c) vs. Lacey EvansSmackdown Women’s ChampionshipBecky Lynch (c) vs. Charlotte FlairMen’s Money in the Bank Ladder MatchBraun Strowman vs. Ricochet vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Baron Corbin vs. Randy Orton vs. Finn Balor vs. Andrade vs. AliWomen’s Money in the Bank Ladder MatchNatalya vs. Dana Brooke vs. Naomi vs. Alexa Bliss vs. Bayley vs. Mandy Rose vs. Ember Moon vs. CarmellaSteel Cage MatchThe Miz vs. Shane McMahonRoman Reigns vs. EliasRecommended videosPowered by AnyClipWrestleMania Could Be Biggest EverVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:30/Current Time 0:04Loaded: 100.00%0:04Remaining Time -0:26 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Roman Reigns WWE Still Moving Forward With Crown Jewel Event In Saudi Arabia Daniel Bryan WWE Clash of Champions Results – 9/15/19 (Rollins vs. Strowman, Kingston vs. Orton) Roy Nemer RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Videos Articles 11 matches scheduled for WWE Clash of Champions tonight in Charlotte, Live Post-Show Kevin Owens sends cryptic NXT messages after being “fired” on Smackdown Livelast_img read more

Del Bosque thinks Usain Bolt could be a good winger

first_imgThe former Spain boss spoke publicly about Jamaican athlete Usain Bolt’s attempt to become a professional footballer, he thinks it could work.One of the weirdest things we have found in recent times regarding football is the fact that Jamaican Olympic Champion Usain Bolt is fighting to become a professional football player, former Spain manager Vicente del Bosque doesn’t think it’s such a bad idea. The World Cup champion recently spoke to the Olympic Channel about Usain Bolt’s recent exploits as a footballer in Australian football, he confessed he did watch the man play the few minutes he could and concluded that he could play well as a winger. Usain Bolt recently started playing professionally with the Central Coast Mariners from the A-League in Australia, the Olympic Gold Medalist gave us a glimpse of what he can do and he did prove that his speed is something that will come in very handy in the future. But there is a large part of the local press that doesn’t really agree with Bolt as a football player, they criticize him for trying to do something that he wasn’t meant to do and they go after him for trying to fulfill his dream.Here’s @usainbolt’s highlights from his @CCMariners debut.? @FOXFOOTBALL pic.twitter.com/xaparCBsv4— Hyundai A-League (@ALeague) September 1, 2018But for manager Vicente del Bosque who saw Bolt’s first match with the Mariners last week, Bolt actually could work as a winger or a left-back if he practiced hard to improve a little more on the ball: “For a squad that plays counter attack with fast transitions, he can surely be an important player, With a little bit of space, Bolt can be important for any squad. He could either play as a full-back with a lot of space to cover or a winger, with his back against the fans close to the sidelines, that’s where he could work better. But he needs to understand that it’s not just about running the one hundred, sixty or even seventy meters in a football pitch, but to do it many times during a game. This requires a lot of resistance and I don’t know if he is ready for that, but maybe he is. Yes it’s true, you can see a very optimistic and charismatic player in the most recent videos. He is laughing all the time, it’s almost as if he was a little kid living a dream,” Del Bosque told the Olympic Channel.Look who made their football debut! ⚽⚽@CCMariners @usainbolt All the details ? https://t.co/MBGSDxxI3M pic.twitter.com/FpMjadLzzMVicente Del Bosque, World Cup, SpainReport: Del Bosque would not sign Neymar George Patchias – September 5, 2019 Vicente Del Boque would not sign Neymar if he was a club manager.Arguably one of Spains most decorated managers for club and country, Vincente…— Olympic Channel (@olympicchannel) August 31, 2018Vicente continued with his analysis on Bolt by stating that: “To start playing professional football at the age of 32 isn’t normal. It’s difficult because despite being in peak physical condition, I believe that the technical part is the fundamental part of football. A player’s fantastic conditioning — being fast, agile, powerful — should support the technical ability. He will probably learn the tactical side and get to understand the game better both defensively and offensively. I’m sure he will find a solution to all of that, but the most difficult part will be to acquire the technical skills you need for any play. Control, passing, dribbling, a good touch on the ball. Skills that you normally have had since childhood. A team that doesn’t dominate possession and doesn’t control the game. One that doesn’t need to keep the ball and that doesn’t leave space to the opponent, and that afterward has some quick transitions. There, you can surely make use of Usain’s speed.”Former Spain football boss, Vincent del Bosque tells us Usain Bolt should be played in defence. https://t.co/mE3gmWpMhU— Lia Hervey (@LiaHervey) September 11, 2018How far do you think Usain Bolt could get as a professional football player? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.last_img read more

Coronado declares dockless bikes a public nuisance

first_img Categories: Good Morning San Diego, KUSI, Local San Diego News Tags: bike share, Coronado, dockless bikes, limebike, ofo FacebookTwitter Posted: March 20, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom March 20, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsJust last week, business groups from several San Diego neighborhoods called for a temporary ban on dockless bikes. Now, the City of Coronado is taking steps to remove them from its streets.The city says the bikes have overtaken its downtown area and has declared the bikes a public nuisance in Coronado. It plans to impound the bikes if they are left in the public right-of-way and hopes to charge the companies hundreds of dollars to get them back.Enforcement could begin as soon as tomorrow. Coronado declares dockless bikes a public nuisancelast_img read more

Researchers find Jurassic strashilids not a parasite after all

first_imgVosila sinensis from the Middle Jurassic epoch of Daohugou, China. Credit: (c) Nature (2013) doi:10.1038/nature11898 Ecological reconstruction of Strashila daohugouensis sp. nov. from the Middle Jurassic epoch of Daohugou, China. Credit: (c) Nature (2013) doi:10.1038/nature11898 © 2013 Phys.org Journal information: Nature (Phys.org)—A research team made up of members from China, the U.S. and France has found new evidence that overturns the notion that a species of ancient insects known as strashilids were parasites. Instead, as the team writes in their paper published in the journal Nature, it appears they were actually amphibious flies that lost their ability to eat as they grew into adulthood. Taken together, the new evidence suggests that strashilids were very much like modern water flies that start out life in the water, grow wings during adulthood, then shed them and return to the water to reproduce and then die. Thus, they could not have been parasites, the team concludes. Citation: Researchers find Jurassic strashilids not a parasite after all (2013, February 21) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2013-02-jurassic-strashilids-parasite.htmlcenter_img This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. More information: Amphibious flies and paedomorphism in the Jurassic period, Nature (2013) doi:10.1038/nature11898AbstractThe species of the Strashilidae (strashilids) have been the most perplexing of fossil insects from the Jurassic period of Russia and China. They have been widely considered to be ectoparasites of pterosaurs or feathered dinosaurs, based on the putative presence of piercing and sucking mouthparts and hind tibio-basitarsal pincers purportedly used to fix onto the host’s hairs or feathers. Both the supposed host and parasite occur in the Daohugou beds from the Middle Jurassic epoch of China (approximately 165 million years ago). Here we analyse the morphology of strashilids from the Daohugou beds, and reach markedly different conclusions; namely that strashilids are highly specialized flies (Diptera) bearing large membranous wings, with substantial sexual dimorphism of the hind legs and abdominal extensions. The idea that they belong to an extinct order is unsupported, and the lineage can be placed within the true flies. In terms of major morphological and inferred behavioural features, strashilids resemble the recent (extant) and relict members of the aquatic fly family Nymphomyiidae. Their ontogeny are distinguished by the persistence in adult males of larval abdominal respiratory gills, representing a unique case of paedomorphism among endopterygote insects. Adult strashilids were probably aquatic or amphibious, shedding their wings after emergence and mating in the water. A limited number of specimens led researchers to conclude that strashilids were parasites—they had mouths that resembled blood suckers and legs of the type that are used for hooking onto bird wings. Recently, however, the team obtained 13 more specimens (all from approximately 165 million years ago) from what is now Inner Mongolia, and made several discoveries as a result, which they say, proves the strashilids were not parasites at all. First of all, only the male of the species had the type of legs that could be used to hook onto bird feathers—they apparently actually used them to hook onto females during mating. Second of all, it appears the mouths that were thought to be of the kind used for sucking blood, didn’t work at all as the insects grew to become adults. Also, several of the more recently found specimens had wings, which indicated that at least for part of their life cycle, strashilids didn’t require a host to move from place to place. The researchers also noted that the males retained larval abdominal respiratory gills which may have helped them survive in the water during their final stage of life—both genders shed their wings and crawled into the water to mate—two wingless pairs were found doing just that. Finally, the team found in analyzing the sex organs of strashilids that they resembled those of modern water flies called Nymphomyiidae, which have feathery wings and live near fast moving water. Study shows how external ecological communities can affect the coevolution of hosts and their parasites Explore furtherlast_img read more

Political plight on Delhi stage

first_imgDarkness Engulfs the nation when the ruler is a wreck. How apt is the quote in today’s scenario. In fact, if critics are to be believed, the Indian government is going through a similar plight with brickbats being thrown at the government on a regular basis. Director Anurag Dixit aims to bring about a change and not through criticism, but with the help of creativity.Dixit, adapted the play Andher Nagari Chaupat Raja originally written by B Bharatendu Harishchandra in 1881, and talks about how foolish rulers can destroy the whole kingdom. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’‘The play is a very popular comedy and is a satire based on our political system. We aim to create awareness for the next generation through music and performing arts which are the real motivators unlike essays and lectures at education institutes,’ said Dixit.‘The play is quite relatable in today’s time. Many people feel that our prime minister is like a puppet actually led by Sonia Gandhi. We have played around with politics in a comic and satirical manner,’ added the 34-year-old. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe one-hour play, which took almost three months to put on stage, casts all young actors in the age group of six to 14 years. So was it difficult to make them perform? ‘Not really, all the children belong to the Musicology Drama course (at an institute in Noida) and hence are honed in the art. I believe in the holistic development of a child in today’s time and since a child’s mind is highly prone to conditioning, the story is adapted in a way which will act as a teacher than a problem,’ said Dixit.How about the other elements of theatre aesthetics? ‘There is minimal use of lighting and props because I have tried to create maximum impact through the performances. The costumes and light props are in sync with the storyline,’ he said.DETAILAt: Sri Ram Centre, Mandi HouseWhen: 1 FebruaryTimings: 5.30 pm onwardslast_img read more

Saints Superfan The Whistle Monsta was Behind the Incessant Whistling During the

first_img Advertisement The whistling was most definitely real, and the man behind the non-stop annoying sound is an aptly named Saints Superfan named ‘The Whistle Monsta,’ and surprise, surprise, his trademark thing is non-stop whistling.Did anyone hear the #whistle man? #Saintspic.twitter.com/GHZYIiQcEh— FlurrySports (@el_dboy) January 20, 2019 If you heard an annoying, incessant whistling throughout yesterday’s NFC Championship, you weren’t the only one. Even Colin brought it up on Twitter to make sure he wasn’t going crazy and the only one hearing it.Anyone else hearing actual whistles in crowd? Or just my TV ?— Colin Cowherd (@ColinCowherd) January 20, 2019 Here’s a piece a local New Orleans newspaper did on the man behind the sounds, and let’s just say the dude loves whistling, and the Saints. For the record, the sound itself is all natural, not a ref whistle. He was just born with the gift of being able to whistle louder than 10 Phil Jacksons.Lucky us. Some more of his body of work:last_img read more

Police shut major road as man trapped under HGV

first_imgGet the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA major road has roepened after a man became trapped under a HGV. Emergency services were called to the A51 Nantwich Bypass in Wistaston at around 11.20am this morning following reports of an incident. It is understood the HGV was stationary at the time of the incident. A Cheshire Police spokesman said: “At approximately 11.20am today, officers were called to reports of an incident on the A51 Nantwich Bypass. Read MoreSuspect arrested after Stoke City fan jumped on car roof in wake of Potteries derby disorder “Officers attended the scene and found that a man had become trapped under a HGV which was stationary. “Police, fire and ambulance remain in attendance at the scene and the A51 was closed in both directions from Sainsbury’s roundabout and Peacocks roundabout.” The road reopened shortly after 5pm with eyewitnesses reporting congestion on surrounding routes. Read MoreDriver arrested after police pursue van with no door A Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesman firefighters from Crewe and Nantwich had attended. He said: “Firefighters attended to a serious road traffic incident on the A51 in Nantwich involving a lorry. “Crews attended to the scene and have assisted the emergency services. “A cordon and a full road closure is in place.” Want to tell us about something going on where you live? Let us know – Tweet us @SOTLive or message us on our Facebook page. And if you have pictures to share, tag us on Instagram at StokeonTrentLive.last_img read more

Update Missing teen Aaliah Badloo found

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Aaliah Badloo (16) who was reported missing has been found.Aaliah went missing on Wednesday (July 25) from her residence in the Acaciavale area.Read initial story: Help find missing teen, Aaliah Badloo, from LadysmithFamily and friends were worried and searched frantically for Aaliah.She was found in good health and is with her family. Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

Ukraine International Airlines announces competition winners

first_imgUkraine International Airlines recently ran a competition for Australian travel agents in which they had the chance to win one of 6 Visa gift vouchers. All they had to do to enter was complete a questionnaire and tell us in 25 words or less Your favourite destination that Ukraine International Airlines flies to, and why?. A great response was received during the competition and after judging the answers on creativity, originality and relevance six lucky winners have been chosen. Yuri Cherniavsky from Corporate Travel Headquarters was the grand prize winner and is the winner of a $500 Visa Gift Voucher. Kirrily Cummins from Figtree Travel Centre and Rodney West from Skiddoo take second place and will receive a $200 Visa Gift voucher each for their entries. Kristen Delugar from Our Vacation Centre, Donna Meads-Barlow from DBT Corporate Travel and Helen Reynolds from Landmark Travel all took out third prize and will receive a $100 Visa gift voucher each. Ukraine International Airlines would like to congratulate the lucky winners and also thank everyone who participated in the competition and for their support. Source = Discover the World Marketinglast_img read more

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with pro-democracy protesters milling around the tent-filled section of highway they have christened Umbrella Square.m. the time the first tear gas was deployed protesters opened a sea of umbrellas and observed 87 seconds of silence for the 87 canisters fired Many donned goggles and face masks as they had during the onslaught There was a huge cheer as the silence ended and a long yellow banner was unfurled reading “I want real universal suffrage” As music began to play and a screen off to the side showed scenes of that tumult plus everything that has happened since many protesters wept anew as they reflected on their ongoing struggle for democracy "The achievement weve had is totally unexpected" Benny Tai co-founder of the civil-disobedience movement now being called Occupy Hong Kong tells TIME "A new era has started" Tai also urged the protesters to consider the relationship between the Umbrella Movement a name derived from the protesters use of umbrellas as shields against police pepper spray and Hong Kongs three-decade-long history of democratic movements "How can we see the Umbrella Movement beyond Umbrella Square" he asks Oct 21 talks between Hong Kong officials and student leaders yielded little progress and on Tuesday the students asked for a meeting with Chinas Premier Li Keqiang according to Bloomberg For protesters like Dominic Lee though the immediate future looks somewhat bleak "Its a bit of getting nowhere" he said "You can see the government didnt respond they didnt change anything" "We will eventually have to retreat because it cant stay like this forever" agrees Felix Yeung a 27-year-old musician "If something happens it gives both sides a step to move forward This movement is going nowhere if there is no further catalyst" On Sunday a public vote to determine the next course of action for the movement was abruptly canceled which protest leaders attributed to a lack of discussion and security fears Meanwhile groups opposing the Occupy movement have stepped up efforts to rally people against the disruption to everyday life A petition in support of the police and urging an immediate clearing of the roads gathered over 800000 signatures in three days according to organizers Although some have questioned its validity anti-Occupy leader Robert Chow stressed the apparent groundswell of supporters "If were talking about democracy then isnt it true that democracys backbone is majority rule" said Chow a spokesperson for the Alliance for Peace and Democracy group which initiated the petition "Just because [the protesters] have an idea they have no right whatsoever to hold Hong Kong hostage to disrupt law and order and disregard the rule of law" Chow hopes the anti-Occupy petition which will run until Sunday will give the government and the police the "moral backing of the people to do something about restoring roads" The protesters on their part are not backing down yet An informal survey conducted by Reuters revealed that 9 out of 10 are prepared to stay on the streets for more than a year "We cant lose because if we end this revolution now we will get nothing" said Sam Shum a 23-year-old student "If we lose we will lose our future" Video by Helen Regan / Hong Kong Write to Rishi Iyengar at rishiiyengar@timeasiacomSamsung has launched its first smartphone powered by its Tizen operating system a long-delayed departure from the Google-owned Android software that typically powers the company’s mobile devices The Samsung Z1 released Wednesday runs on Tizen 23 and is available only in India The Z1 is a low-end device with a 4-inch screen 4GB of storage and a 31 megapixel camera for about $92 PHOTOS: The Rise of Mobile Phones from 1916 to Today 1916 A German field telephone station in the Aisne department of northern France during World War I Paul Thompson—FPG/Getty Images 1970 French singer and actor Johnny Hallyday in a scene from the film ‘Point de Chute’ (aka ‘Falling Point’) Keystone/Holton/Getty Images 1980 An early 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