WINNIPEG – Edmonton’s mayor says he wants the city’s Canadian Football League team to start taking steps towards a name change.Don Iveson says there needs to be serious conversations about changing the name, given that an organization that represents Inuit people calls the term Eskimos offensive.Iveson says it doesn’t have to be resolved in the next month while the Edmonton Eskimos are in the CFL playoffs.He says it’s up to the team to talk with the public and other stakeholders about what name would work for all, and he’d like to see it happen before the Grey Cup comes to Edmonton next year.Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman said earlier this week he wants the Eskimos to change its name to a more inclusive one.Natan Obed, president of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, which represents Canada’s 60,000 Inuit, said Edmonton can be a leader in Canada’s movement to reconciliation with Indigenous people by changing the name.“It is my hope that the team will respect the wishes of the Inuit and replace its moniker with a team name that is not widely considered an ethnic slur,” Obed said in a statement.Iveson said the views of Inuit need to be acknowledged.“That is difficult to not give serious weight to that feedback,” he said Thursday.The Eskimos said in a statement that it uses the name with “pride and respect.”“At this point in time, we are actively engaged in listening to the conversation that people are having around our name. Those conversations are ongoing and we are keenly listening to all input including from our loyal season seat holders and fans.”The Eskimos are facing the Blue Bombers in the CFL western semifinal on Saturday in Winnipeg.Similar petitions to change names have been made to the NFL’s Washington Redskins, Major League Baseball’s Cleveland Indians and Atlanta Braves and the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks.(CTV Edmonton, The Canadian Press)
Demi Lovato has partnered with CAST Recovery to create The Lovato Treatment Scholarship in honor of her dad, Patrick Lovato, who passed away in part due to untreated mental health and addiction issues.Demi has battled these issues throughout her life, and she understands what’s at stake. At the same time, effective treatment is costly, and many can’t afford the care they need.The Lovato Treatment Scholarship will cover expenses for someone struggling with mental health and/or addiction issues, including the costs for one of CAST Recovery’s transitional living homes, as well as the clinical services provided at CAST’s outpatient program.Demi knows the CAST Recovery team well. She continues to work with them directly, and trusts that their programs offer some of the best services available.For those interested in applying for The Lovato Treatment Scholarship, please email us your story at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know who you are and why you are seeking help.Demi and the CAST Recovery team wish they could help everyone, but unfortunately they can’t. And while the scholarship will only be able to help one person at a time, Demi will continue to speak out on these issues and lend their voice to those in need.For those who need immediate help and cannot afford treatment, please go to www.treatment4addiction.com for all of what SAMHSA’s database has to offer plus so much more.Source:CAST Recovery
WWE today unveiled the 12 charitable organizations paired up with WWE Superstars competing in Mixed Match Challenge, a single-elimination mixed tag-team tournament, where the winning team will receive $100,000 to support their charity of choice.WWE Mixed Match ChallengeMixed Match Challenge is a 12-week tournament that will stream live in the U.S. exclusively on Facebook Watch beginning this Tuesday, January 16 at 10 p.m. ET.“Giving back is in WWE’s DNA and part of our long history, so we are thrilled that each Mixed Match Challenge team will compete to win the grand prize of $100,000 to support organizations that are truly important to them,” said Michelle Wilson, WWE Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer. “This unique and exciting content partnership with Facebook allows us to raise awareness and funds for important initiatives and supports our mission of putting smiles on people’s faces around the world.”Mixed Match Challenge Charities/TeamsIn addition to the $100,000 grand prize, each team’s charitable organization will automatically receive $10,000.The charities and teams include:• AmeriCares helps save lives and improve health for people affected by poverty or disaster. Represented by: Bayley and Elias. • Boys & Girls Clubs of America provides the resources needed to enable all young people, especially those who need them most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Represented by: Jimmy Uso & Naomi. • Connor’s Cure raises awareness and funds for pediatric cancer research, in partnership with The V Foundation and Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Represented by: Alexa Bliss and Braun Strowman. • Girl Up, a United Nations Foundation initiative, inspires and connects girls globally through its leadership program that positions girls to be changemakers in their communities. Represented by: Bobby Roode and Charlotte Flair. • Global Citizen encourages the collective actions of people around the world with the goal of ending extreme poverty by 2030. Represented by: Lana and Rusev. • Hire Heroes USA empowers U.S. military members, veterans and military spouses to succeed in the civilian workforce. Represented by: Alicia Fox and Goldust. • KaBOOM! is dedicated to making sure all kids get the childhood they deserve through great, safe places to play. Represented by: Big E and Carmella. • Make-A-Wish Foundation creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Represented by: Natalya and Shinsuke Nakamura. • Rescue Dogs Rock is an animal rescue organization whose goal is to provide homeless, neglected or abused dogs the medical care they need and the loving home they deserve. Represented by: Asuka and The Miz. • UNICEF works in more than 190 countries and territories to put children first and works towards the day when no children suffer from preventable causes. UNICEF USA supports UNICEF’s work through fundraising, advocacy and education in the United States. Represented by: Becky Lynch and Sami Zayn. • Special Olympics is a global inclusion movement using sport, health, education and leadership programs every day around the world to empower people with intellectual disabilities. Represented by: Finn Bálor and Sasha Banks. • Susan G. Komen for the Cure mission is to save lives by meeting the most critical needs in our communities and investing in breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer. Represented by: Apollo Crews and Nia Jax.Facebook Watch is a new platform for shows on Facebook where brands can build and engage with a community of fans. Facebook Watch is available on desktop, mobile and connected TV apps. Fans can follow Mixed Match Challenge to add episodes to their personal Watchlists.
APTN National NewsLast Friday, Shawn Atleo called it quits becoming the first national chief of the Assembly of First Nations to resign.Reaction, since the announcement, has been pouring in from across the country.Tuesday, the province, where the former national chief began his political career weighed in.APTN’s Tina House has that story.
14 October 2009The General Assembly is expected to elect Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Gabon, Lebanon and Nigeria as non-permanent members of the Security Council for two-year terms starting on 1 January next year. The five countries are set to run unopposed in their respective regions when voting takes place tomorrow at United Nations Headquarters in New York. This would mark the first time since 2004 that there has been a Security Council election with no contested seats.Gabon and Nigeria have been endorsed as candidates by the African group and, if chosen, would succeed Burkina Faso and Libya. Brazil is set to replace Costa Rica in the Latin American and Caribbean category.In Eastern Europe, Bosnia and Herzegovina is the only declared candidate for the seat currently held by Croatia, while Lebanon won regional endorsement from the Asian group to succeed Viet Nam.Council elections are conducted by secret ballot in the General Assembly, and winning candidates requires a two-thirds majority of ballots of members present and voting. Formal balloting takes place even when there is only one declared candidate per available seat.The five countries chosen tomorrow will join Austria, Japan, Mexico, Turkey and Uganda, whose terms on the 15-member body end on 31 December 2010. The five permanent members are China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States.
by David Paddon, The Canadian Press Posted Jul 16, 2014 12:47 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – A new wave of intelligent sensors, cameras and tracking devices is expected to sweep across Canada over the next few years, quickly transforming how business is done — much as smartphones took communications to a new level of performance.The forecast prepared by IDC Canada and funded by Telus Corp. (TSX:T) shows companies are prepared to dramatically increase spending to collect and analyse data on complex issues like city traffic flows, pipeline safety and health care.Tony Olvet, IDC Canada’s group vice-president for research, says Canada is just beginning a period of rapid industrial-scale innovation that will have far-reaching implications, not only for many industries but also for cities and hospitals.“We’ve been able to communicate over phone lines for over a century but the capabilities that are in a smartphone far surpass voice communication . . . If you take that as a parallel into industrial or commercial machinery, that’s what we’re looking at today.”“The ability to analyse, predict and make changes in real-time to a process . . . those are the things we see as new and valuable to businesses.”IDC estimates that $21 billion will be spent on such projects in 2018, up from $5.6 billion last year.Olvet based his remarks on IDC’s interviews with representatives of about 209 Canadian organizations that it considered a representative sample of large and mid-sized companies. About two-thirds of the companies had at least 500 employees. Regionally, the study included 90 Ontario companies, 69 from the West and 50 from Atlantic Canada and Quebec.About 13 per cent of the respondents to the IDC study were working on what’s been called the Internet of Things, or IoT, which refers to intelligent, controllable devices that are usually connected by wireless communications.An additional 30 per cent of the respondents were planning to adopt that type of technology within two years — often planning to make small, easy steps that provide a quick payoff.“Some of them will be short projects and some could take a number of years to roll out but have a very long-term lifespan and have an economic impact that’s quite wide,” Olvet said.For example, Humber River Hospital in western Toronto is designing digital technology into its building from the outset in order to improve energy usage and medical treatment.“Many of the innovations that they’re building into that hospital are examples of the Internet of Things,” Olvet said.Telus vice-president Jim Senko said the Vancouver-based company — one of the country’s biggest telecom service providers — sees IoT-related services and technology as “one of a number of emerging businesses that will provide new growth for us and it will be meaningful.”He said the Telus wireless communications network is one of its most obvious assets but added that its secure data centres are another and a third is its expertise in system design and installation.“I think we have all the skills in different parts of our organization and what we’re doing is putting it together and focusing it on IoT,” Senko said.Telus is only one of the companies that has said recently that they are gearing up for the Internet of Things, which is machine-to-machine technology, and the Internet of Everything (IoE), which refers to machine-to-machine (M2M), person-to-machine (P2M), and person-to-person (P2P) connections.California-based Cisco Systems (Nasdaq:CSCO), which is the world’s largest maker of computer-networking equipment, is planning to open an Internet of Everything Innovation Centre in Toronto, one of four locations around the world. It expects to spend $100 million over a decade on the initiative including infrastructure, technology, staffing and operational costs.-Follow @DavidPaddon on Twitter.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. A previous version misspelled Olvet’s name. Wave of smarter data collection could transform how Canada does business: IDC
From left: Tomas Hudlicky, Jennifer Rowsell, Kevin Kee, John BonnettThe number of globally recognized researchers working at Brock is growing again thanks to a federal government investment in the Canada Research Chairs program.The university now has 12 Canada Research Chairs who are recognized as international experts in their respective fields of research and development.Tony Clement, Minister of Industry, announced an investment this week of $275.6 million to fund 310 new or renewed Canada Research Chairs (CRCs) at 53 Canadian universities. His comments were made in Toronto at a two-day conference celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Canada Research Chairs program.Brock will receive $2.9 million for four Chairs — one new and three re-appointed — as part of the announcement. They are:Jennifer Rowsell (new), who studies the many forms of literacy in the modern worldJohn Bonnett (re-appointed), who researches the use of augmented reality in historical applicationsTomas Hudlicky (re-appointed), who converts chemical compounds into the building blocks of pharmaceuticalsKevin Kee (re-appointed), who uses computer applications such as serious gaming to enhance classroom learning“We are proud that Niagara can be home to world leaders in research and scholarship, people who make invaluable contributions to knowledge and to our community,” said Ian Brindle, Brock’s Vice-President, Research.The funding “will help strengthen Canada’s capacity for leading-edge research,” Clement said at the announcement.Launched in 2000, the Canada Research Chairs Program is designed to attract the best talent from Canada and around the world.
Microsoft is doing a brisk trade in Android patent licensing, locking up several smartphone and tablet manufacturers with lucrative royalty deals for its patented tech. So far, HTC has been the company’s biggest win, and that deal alone nets Microsoft more cash than its own Windows Phone 7 over the past year-plus. Other deals have been struck with companies like Inventec, Huawei, and ZTE, but Microsoft now has another great big Android fish to fry. In addition to chasing Samsung, the legal crew in Redmond is now going after none other than Motorola.Once again, Microsoft is claiming that its patents are being trampled upon and this time it’s Motorola who’s allegedly in the wrong. In addition to telling the ITC that seven patents are being infringed, Microsoft has asked that the importation of Motorola phones be halted in the United States.It’s a scene straight out of a spaghetti western, with Microsoft challenging Google-owned Motorola Mobility to six-guns at high noon. If Microsoft wins, the verdict will come as a massive backhand to the face of Google and Android in general, with its brand new poster child forced to pony up to Microsoft. That would send a strong message that Microsoft has been right all along, and that Android OEMs should beware.Underhanded? A little, but it’s all part of the patent game — and now that Google is directly involved via Motorola, the stakes may never have been higher. Motorola Mobility spokesperson Jennifer Erickson has said that the company will “vigorously defend itself,” and you can bet Google will be willing to get its hands dirty, too.This isn’t a battle that will be over quickly. The initial ITC investigation won’t wrap up until March 2012, and there could be appeals-a-plenty.More at Bloomberg[Android image – laihu]
The Moto X has been spoken about in hushed tones of quiet reverence for many months now, but the first Google-blessed smartphone from Motorola is rumored to arrive next month. As is common with a high-profile release, the leaks have started to pile up. Not only have full press images shown up, but specs and benchmark scores are in the wild.The Moto X is not going to be a completely maxed out smartphone — it’s perhaps a little on the modest side, but still a premium-feeling device. The phone is rumored to come in various colors, but so far the black and white have leaked, and they seem nice. Happily, the white phone is white on the front and back — not one of those Oreo cookie deals like the white Nexus 4.Specs have shown up listing a dual-core 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro with Adreno 320 graphics, 2GB of RAM, a 720p screen at 4.7 inches, 10MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing camera, 16GB of storage (no microSD card), 2200 mAh non-removable battery, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac WiFi, NFC, and Android 4.2.2. So, it’s not packing a new Snapdragon 600, but that might not matter.According to benchmarks from the AT&T version of the Moto X (codenamed Ghost), the device’s dual-core Snapdragon can hold its own. In the AnTuTu overall system bench, the Moto X scores a little faster than quad-core Snapdragon S4 phones, and almost as fast as Snapdragon 600 devices. The 3DMark graphics test was also a win for the Moto X, which bested even the HTC One with it’s faster ARM chip. Although, both chips actually have the same GPU — the Adreno 320.Google is reportedly planning to spend $500 million marketing the Moto X, so get ready to see a lot of it. The Moto X announcement is scheduled for August 1st in New York.
London attacker: What we know so far about Khalid Masood Former schoolmates said he had been a popular student and a “happy-go-lucky” character. 13,466 Views People view floral tributes in Parliament Square.Another man who witnessed the pub attack, Lee Lawrence, told the tabloid that Masood told him: “I just want blood, I dream about killing someone.”He soon got into trouble again. Police said his last conviction was in 2003, for the possession of a knife, in what reports said was another violent attack on a man.Saudi link Prime Minister Theresa May said Masood was once investigated by British domestic spy agency MI5 in relation to “concerns about violent extremism”, but was not part of the current “intelligence picture”.Masood spent time as an English teacher in Saudi Arabia, including year-long stints starting in November 2005 and again in April 2008, and returned for the Hajj in 2015.But the Saudi embassy in London said in a statement:During his time in Saudi Arabia, Khalid Masood did not appear on the security services’ radar and does not have a criminal record in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.The Islamic State group claimed that one of its “soldiers” had carried out the London attack following a call to target countries fighting the jihadists in Iraq and Syria.Police said they were seeking to establish if Masood was inspired by terrorist propaganda, or if “others have encouraged, supported or directed him”.Laughing and joking Masood lived in several locations around southern England over the years, fathering two daughters with his first wife, before having a short-lived marriage with a Muslim woman, according to media reports.At the time of the attack, he was believed to have been living in Birmingham, reportedly with another partner and one or more young children.The night before, Masood stayed in a hotel in Brighton on the southern English coast, where he told staff he was visiting friends. Armed police at Carriage Gates, one of the entry points to the Palace of Westminster.He had rented a car that he later used to mow down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge from a branch of Enterprise in Solihull in Birmingham, the company confirmed.Sabeur Toumi, manager of the Preston Park Hotel in Brighton, told Sky News that police had shown him a photo to confirm Masood’s identity.The attacker, who had also stayed the previous Friday, had been “very friendly, laughing and joking”, and discussed his family in Birmingham, he said.It is very shocking because these days you don’t know who are the bad ones and who are the good ones. He was just like any other guest who checked into the hotel.“He was a nice guy. I used to see him outside doing his garden,” Iwona Romek, a former neighbour, told the Birmingham Mail.Romek said the family had abruptly moved out of their house in Winson Green, a neighbourhood in western Birmingham, around Christmas without saying goodbye.More recently Masood may have been living in a flat next to a Persian restaurant and a pizza parlour in the upmarket Edgbaston neighbourhood, according to reports.© – AFP, 2017 Read: 75-year-old man becomes fifth person to die after Westminster attack >Read: ‘We are not afraid’ – London pays tribute to Westminster victims > Mar 25th 2017, 2:01 PM By AFP 31 Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Saturday 25 Mar 2017, 2:01 PM Share8 Tweet Email1 https://jrnl.ie/3306561 Then I saw he was quieter and much more serious. I gave him some cash-in-hand work for a few months as a labourer. Short URL KHALID MASOOD, THE British man behind this week’s terror attack on parliament, was a Muslim convert with a history of violence who was known to security services but only as a “peripheral” figure.Police said the 52-year-old father, who also used the names Adrian Elms and Adrian Russell Ajao, was not under investigation when he went on the rampage in Westminster on Wednesday, killing four people.They believe he was acting alone, but described the attack as “Islamist-inspired”, while the Islamic State group claimed he was one of their “soldiers”.Masood was born on Christmas Day 1964 to a single mother, who remarried when he was young and brought him and his step-brothers up in a middle-class area of Kent, in southeast England, according to media reports.Former schoolmates said he had been a popular student who excelled academically and at sport, and that he was a “happy-go-lucky” character.His first brush with the law came in 1983, with a conviction for criminal damage, while further convictions for assault and possession of offensive weapons would follow over the next 20 years.Mark Ashdown, an old schoolfriend, described “Ade” as he knew him as a “Jack-the-lad” character with whom he used to go out partying, drinking, taking drugs and chasing girls.But he said he was changed by a fight in his local village pub in Sussex, southern England, after which Masood was jailed in 2000 for slashing a man’s face.“When he first came out he told me he’d become a Muslim in prison, and I thought he was joking,” Ashdown told The Sun.
Carrie Coon Joins Infinity War, A Strange Sequel and More MCU NewsFargo Leaves the End of its Story Up to Us Stay on target As an anthology series, each season of Fargo tells its own complete story. As long as you jump in at the start of the new season, you don’t need to have seen the previous ones to appreciate what’s going on. Of course, that doesn’t mean there aren’t connections and rewards for viewers who have seen it all the way through. With every new season, part of the fun is hunting for references to the previous ones. And the movie. And other Coen Brothers movies. While the second season was clearly a prequel to the first, the third season stands more on its own. So far, our one major connection has been the recent appearance of Mr. Wrench from season one. But of course, each season connects thematically to the others, and there’s no greater parallel between seasons one and three than the capable, underestimated lady cop.In season one, Molly Solverson (played by Allison Tolman) attempted to solve the mystery surrounding Lester Nygaard (Martin Freeman) and Lorne Malvo (Billy Bob Thornton). In season three, Gloria Burgle (Carrie Coon) tries to solve the murder of her former stepfather, which draws her into the middle of a feud between the two Stussy brothers (both played by Ewan McGregor). Season two didn’t have a lady cop, though Lou Solverson’s (Patrick Wilson) wife did help her husband figure things out. For the purposes of this comparison though, we’ll just focus on seasons one and three. Both are modeled after Marge Gunderson (Francis McDormand) from the movie. All three are faced with confusing, convoluted murder cases involving people who aren’t very good at the whole crime thing.Allison Tolman as Molly Solverson, Bob Odenkirk as Bill Oswalt (CR: Chris Large/FX)The StruggleOne thing that both Solverson and Burgle have to deal with that Gunderson doesn’t is having their authority constantly undermined by their (male) bosses. That’s partially to pad out the plot. The movie is just over an hour and a half long. With the convoluted case, bumbling criminals, and odd Mike Yanagita scene, that’s all it takes for Gunderson to solve the case. With each season of Fargo being 10 hours long, Solverson and Burgle need something other than the mystery at hand to struggle against. They need something to hold them back and prevent them from wrapping up the season one-and-a-half episodes in.For Solverson, that was Chief of Police Bill Oswalt, played by Bob Odenkirk. He was friends with Lester Nygaard, and was therefore all too willing to believe his story. When the details didn’t add up for Solverson, Oswalt put her under immense pressure to let it go. He didn’t want to believe that his high school buddy could possibly have murdered his wife. Even when a witness saw Nygaard talking with murder suspect Lorne Malvo, he insists there’s no connection. Further, attempts to question Nygaard lead to accusations of harassment, and a direct order to drop the case. In season one, Solverson is vindicated when the ill-fated FBI agents (played by Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele) take a look at her work. They marvel at the how much of the case she solved on her own, and make Oswalt feel stupid for not listening to her. Realizing that he failed to see that one of his best friends was a murderer, Oswalt resigned. Solverson, for all her hard work, became the new chief.Shea Whigham, Carrie Coon (Photo via FX)It’s hard to say at this point whether Burgle will see the same vindication. With two episodes left in the season, she’s only just now gotten a major break in her case, with Emmit Stussy apparently ready to confess. It’s hard to say whether that will matter to her boss, who remains the most frustratingly difficult obstacle any Fargo protagonist has ever faced. Played brilliantly by Shea Whigham, Chief Moe Dammik refuses to believe there’s any connection between the Stussy brothers and her murdered ex-stepfather, who also happened to have taken the name “Stussy.” He’s so obtuse; he spends an entire scene telling Burgle a long story that boils down to “coincidences are a thing.” Even when a suspect is almost assassinated in the police station, he still refuses to believe anything bigger is going on.He also represents a greater threat to Burgle than Oswalt did to Solverson. While Oswalt represented a boys’ club mentality standing in Solverson’s way, Dammik is there to take Burgle’s job. Gloria Burgle is already the chief of the Eden Valley Police when season three begins. Dammik is the chief of the County Police, who are absorbing her department. After last week’s time jump, the transition is over. Burgle is a deputy and the police department has a very different look. She may yet solve the mystery, but she won’t be chief again.Billy Bob Thornton as Lorne Malvo (CR: Chris Large/FX)The AnticlimaxBurgle’s story appears to be building up to another parallel between Burgle and Solverson’s stories: An anticlimactic end to the biggest cases of their lives. In season one, though Solverson gets credit for piecing everything together, she isn’t the one to take down Malvo. That honor goes to her husband, Gus Grimly, who isn’t even a cop anymore. He’s the one who tracks Malvo to his cabin hideout, and shoots him. In the season’s final scene, he receives a citation for bravery. Solverson responds that that’s OK. She gets to be chief. The whole season felt like a build up to a showdown between her and Malvo, and we didn’t get it. It was purposefully anticlimactic, because that’s not how real life murder cases play out. And Fargo is a true story, after all.Season three appears to be setting us up for the same kind of disappointment. She’ll solve the mystery, but we may not get the Burgle-Varga showdown we all want. She may not even catch him at all. Remember, it took a cornered Lester Nygaard, the police work of Molly Solverson, and the bravery of Gus Grimly to take Malvo down. Varga seems much more competent and restrained than Malvo. Nobody has been able to get the drop on him. He may just slip away from all this unscathed.Martin Freeman as Lester Nygaard, Allison Tolman as Molly Solverson (CR: Chris Large/FX)The InterviewThe best scenes in all of Fargo are when the cop asks an involved party a simple question that bothers them way more than it should In the movie, this led to one of the great scenes of cinema history. All it took was William H. Macy and Frances McDormand sitting across a desk from one another, talking. Marge Gunderson asks again if any cars had gone missing from the lot, and Jerry Lundegaard flips out. (“I’m… cooperatin’ here!”) In that moment, everything Gunderson suspected is confirmed. Lundegaard is definitely involved in his wife’s disappearance, and after he flees the interview, it’s only a matter of time before he’s caught.This scene repeats itself multiple times over the course of a season on Fargo. In season one, Molly Solverson visits Lester Nygaard at his workplace multiple times asking for clarification about the night his wife was murdered. (I’m slightly embarrassed to admit that I’m just now realizing how similar the names of the major players of season one are to those of the film.) It doesn’t take long before Nygaard starts yelling at her about harassment, begging to be left alone. His disproportionate reaction gives him away, inspiring Solverson to keep coming after him.Ewan McGregor and Carrie Coon (Photo via FX)Gloria Burgle has two suspects to question, though both are portrayed by the same actor. When she learns that the man who killed Ennis Stussy had a parole officer with the same last name, she starts thinking there might be some kind of connection there. One interview later, she’s absolutely sure there is. With girlfriend Nikki Swango by his side, Ray Stussy is cool and confident. Without her, he melts after two or three questions. Emmit isn’t much better. After questioning him, she doesn’t know about Varga, but it’s obvious he’s hiding something. After Ray turns up dead, she doesn’t buy the neatly packaged story Varga left for the police. She knows Emmit’s involved, but isn’t quite sure how.These scenes are where the policewomen of Fargo really get to shine. They aren’t the ones who chase down the bad guys in the end, so these are their big showdowns. They confront someone they suspect is a liar, and watch them prove it. Their styles of interrogation are a bit different. Tolman’s Solverson is relentless in her questioning, showing up at Nygaard’s office and home, constantly bringing up the details her boss is content to overlook. Burgle appears less sure of herself. As the world is changing around her, she still isn’t quite aware of how deep this murder case goes. She just knows that something is off. That’s all she needs to ask the right questions. It doesn’t even feel like she means to reduce her interviewees to quivering, shouting puddles of nerves.Jordan Peele as Agent Pepper, Keegan-Michael Key as Agent Budge, Bob Odenkirk as Bill Oswalt, Allison Tolman as Molly Solverson (CR: Chris Large/FX)MotherhoodThe policewomen of Fargo have very different relationships with motherhood. This all stems from Marge Gunderson, who was pregnant during the events of the movie. The first season managed to avoid direct comparisons between the Frances McDormand and Allison Tolman by having Molly Solverson start out a single woman. We go to know her has a funny, sharp and dedicated cop. Then, late in the season, the show jumped forward a year. Suddenly, she was married to Gus and well into a pregnancy. That’s when you realized she had more in common with Marge Gunderson than you ever thought. That’s when season one wore its movie inspiration proudly, telling you exactly what role Solverson was going to fill.Carrie Coon’s Gloria Burgle, on the other hand, is at a completely different stage in her life. She has a kid, and there’s no chance of a pregnancy happening anytime soon. Her son is the reason she even has a relationship with the murdered Ennis Stussy in the first place. She wants him to have a father figure to look up to, even if the closest thing she can offer is an ex-stepdad who divorced her mother ages ago.Carrie Coon, Graham Verchere (Photo via FX)Their relationships with motherhood forms how they relate to the mystery at hand. The stakes are high and personal, because for Gunderson and Solverson, they’re about to bring a child into a world that has suddenly proved to be much less safe than they’d assumed. In the movie, Gunderson tears up when she realizes that someone would kidnap, kill and woodchip people “all for a little bit of money.” In season one, Solverson’s hometown of Bemidji is suddenly home to a serial killer and a man who seems to have gotten away with killing his first wife. By contrast, season three has Gloria Burgle realizing that she can’t protect her son from the horrors of the world. She tries to give him a father figure, but he’s asphyxiated to death. She tries to fight off change, and live the small-town life she’s comfortable with, but the march of progress drags her along with it. She and her son have to navigate a world that is suddenly much bigger than the one they’ve always known.Ray Wise, Carrie Coon (Photo via FX)Why Is Gloria Different?The discerning lady cop has become a Fargo archetype at this point, but all three are very different people, and their cases mean different things to them. Marge Gunderson slowly comes to realize that humans are capable of some terrible things when a little bit of money comes into play. In the end, with the men responsible caught, she and her husband can look forward to welcoming their child into the world. Molly Solverson follows a similar journey, though the show takes the time to establish her as her own character. She isn’t as immediately snappy when an interviewee yells at her out of nowhere. It only makes her more suspicious and determined. By the end of the season, she’s in a similar place to Gunderson at the end of the film. She takes comfort in the fact that she kept her family safe. She’s proud of her husband’s accomplishments, and looking forward to meeting her child.Season three’s Gloria Burgle is the first of Fargo‘s policewomen to break this formula. That’s what makes her so interesting. In a season where the rest of the plot seems to be going by the numbers, Burgle is the one consistent bit of fresh air. It also helps that Carrie Coon is fantastic. Her story is all about getting lost in a world she doesn’t recognize. This was explored literally in the Los Angeles episode, but her own town is increasingly foreign to her. This is especially apparent when we see her relationship with technology. She doesn’t like it, and it doesn’t even recognize her. (Coon’s character in The Leftovers also shares this trait. Fargo creator Noah Hawley says he wasn’t aware of this, and Coon didn’t tell him.) This season takes place in 2010, a time when technology was rapidly taking over everyday life. Burgle refuses to be a part of it. Her police department is entirely offline. It doesn’t even have a website. It’s not until the county takes over that the office is forced to start using computers.Burgle’s distaste for technology has already saved her life once. When Varga searched for her on Facebook, he was shocked that he couldn’t find any evidence of her existence. She is the one person Varga can’t seem to hurt. Even as the world threatens to drag you kicking and screaming into the future, there appears to be some worth in lagging behind a little. Burgle’s unfamiliarity with the world around her may be what allows her to catch Varga. With two episodes left in the season, it won’t be long before we find out.
WEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – A thief was caught on camera as she walked away from a West Miami-Dade home with a stolen toy truck.Surveillance video rolled as a silver car pulled up next to a house on Southwest 104th Avenue and 17th Street, Nov. 10. A woman exited the vehicle, took the toy truck from the yard, and put it in her trunk.The homeowner said the toy belonged to his young daughter.“We’ve been in the neighborhood for 17 years now, and it’s rare that anything of that nature happens,” said Robert Morales, the child’s father. “And it’s disappointing that someone would drive by and steal a child’s toy.”If you have any information on this theft, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Chrome 64 for Android cuts URLs automatically when you share them by Martin Brinkmann on February 20, 2018 in Google Android, Google Chrome – 10 commentsLinks are the lifeblood of the Internet. They point from one site to another and are often used to connect similar resources with each other, for attribution, or research.Links can be clean, e.g., https://www.ghacks.net/ or they can be what many consider messy, e.g., https://www.amazon.de/b/ref=unrec_bubbler_2_en?_encoding=UTF8&node=1624983031&ref=unrec_bubbler_2_en&pf_rd_m=A3JWKAKR8XB7XF&pf_rd_s=&pf_rd_r=3YBY614EJ389QBEFV3XP&pf_rd_t=36701&pf_rd_p=c6c82179-3640-43e2-a115-60abf979c755&pf_rd_i=desktop.While you still see that the second link points to Amazon based on the domain part of it, it is not clear what all these other parameters do that are attached to the link.When Twitter appeared on the scene, services that turned a long URL into a shorter version followed because of the service’s character limit. These services were useful on mobile devices as well as you had little screen space to display text. Even Google started its own link shortening service, but all had in common that the short link pointed to the long link without changing it in any way.Google implemented a new feature in Google Chrome 64 for Android that changes that. When users use the share functionality on the device, links get cleaned up automatically.Ryan Whitwam on Android Police suggests that the link cleaning has something to do with canonical links. Pages should have canonical links attached to them which point to a specific URL. A canonical link defines the main URL for content using the HTML tag rel=”canonical”, e.g. Links may have parameters attached to them, and it is sometimes difficult for search engines to determine the primary URL for content because of that. The canonical tag helps as webmasters may use it to set the primary URL for content using it.Anyway, if you use the share menu in Chrome 64 on Android, you will notice that long messy links with lots of parameters may get cut. Amazon is probably a prime example for that, and it appears that Google uses canonical information if available to cut the link.The canonical link points to the same resource, but it may omit information. Link anchors are stripped which means that users who open the link start at the top of the resource and not at the position the link anchor refers to. Affiliate links get stripped as well which may hurt webmasters who use them to earn revenue.On the other hand, tracking information, for example, Google Analytics data, may be removed as well in the process.Chrome on Android users can copy the full link but not by using the share menu. A long-tap on the URL in the address bar displays an option to copy the entire URL so that it can be shared in its entirety.Closing WordsI have to admit that I’m not in favor of web browsers changing links on their own as it takes away control from users. Admittedly, Chrome users can still copy the full URL at this point in time and the process may deal with tracking links on top of that.Now You: What’s your take on this feature?Google Chrome experiment displays only the domain in the urlbarHow to tell if a shortened link is secure in 2015Unshorten: speed up the opening of short URLs on AndroidSummaryArticle NameChrome 64 for Android cuts URLs automatically when you share themDescriptionGoogle implemented a new feature in Google Chrome 64 for Android that changes some links automatically. When users use the share functionality on the device, links get cleaned up automatically.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
The city of Orlando is planning a week’s worth of events memorializing the tragedy.In Washington, DC, people are planning a much more political eventActivists are remembering what happened with a planned die-in on the National Mall in the nation’s capitol.Amanda Fugleberg, an Orlando resident, is leading the die-in along with Frank Kravchuk. They only came up with the idea about a week and a half ago.‘It was the first news I saw when I woke up that day and I remember the death toll just rising,’ Fugleberg recalls.The die-in will last 12 minutes, or 720 seconds, at noon. The 720 number is meant to represent the approximate number of mass shooting victims since Pulse.Prior to the die-in, there is a gun reform rally planned for 10:30 am in front of the Capitol building.June 12, 12 pm. No more #LethalLegislation pic.twitter.com/VyiDBfdnZ6 A die-in in Connecticut | Photo: Flickr/forpeace Read the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/activists-die-in-pulse-massacre/ Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… 12 June marks two years since the Pulse nightclub massacre. A shooter went into the gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida and killed 49 people. The shooter also died at the hands of law enforcement. GAYSTARNEWS- eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) — National Die-In Day (@NationalDieIn) May 23, 2018Fugleberg and Kravchuk also reached out to Parkland survivor-turned-activist David Hogg. He recently organized a successful die-in at the grocery chain Publix.Hogg supports the protest and has re-tweeted both the event and its organizers.A powerful form of protestA die-in is a public form of protest in which particpants pretend to be dead. At an organized time and place, they drop to the ground and remain still for however long the protest lasts.Numerous activists have used the strategory before, including animal rights, anti-war, AIDS, and gun control activists.On 15 September, 2007, hundreds gathered at the Capitol for a die-in to protest the Iraq War.It has also been used to protest police brutality against black people. There have been die-ins to protest the deaths of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and Philando Castile.H/t: The AdvocateGot a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us .
China is planning to further strengthen its position as the third largest tourism market in the world with new plans of building the world’s highest airport in Nagqu, Tibet. Sitting at an altitude of 4,436m above sea level, the new proposed airport will be 102 meters higher than Bamba Airport in Tibet, currently the highest airport in the world, Travel and Leisure reported. Construction plans are due to commence later this year and is scheduled to begin operation as soon as 2015. Government establishments have carried out a feasibility study to confirm that it is safe to operate at such high altitudes. Nagqu Airport is one of the key features the government is planning to further develop the infrastructure on the Tibetan Plateau at a cost of US$285 million. The increase in flight services will assist Tibet’s airports deal with the 2.2 million passengers and 15,000 tonnes of Cargo it receives each year. Nagqu’s District Administration Officer Tan Yongshou spoke on the upcoming structural infrastructure in place for the near future.“Quinhai-Tibet Highway, Qinghai-Tibet Railway and this airport will form a multi-level traffic system in Nagqu,” Tan Yongshou said. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: S.P The proposed airport will be 102 meters highter than Bamda Airport Tibet, currently the world’s largest
Pan Pacific Yangon opened in style in the heart of YangonPan Pacific Yangon opened in style in the heart of YangonPan Pacific Yangon has opened its doors officially in Yangon, the cultural and economic heart of Myanmar. More than 350 guests turned up last Friday for a first look of the hotel at a grand ceremony officiated by the Union Minister of Hotels and Tourism, His Excellency U Ohn Maung, the Chief Minister of Yangon Region, His Excellency U Phyo Min Thein, and Singapore’s Ambassador to Myanmar, His Excellency Mr Robert Chua.Occupying an AAA location at the junction of Shwedagon Pagoda Road and Bogyoke Aung San Road, the 25-storey Pan Pacific Yangon sits within Junction City, Yangon’s first integrated commercial and luxury lifestyle development. To celebrate its launch, the hotel is offering 20 per cent savings on room rates via panpacific.com/yangon.The hotel’s double-height sky lobby on the sixth floor offers stunning views to the Shwedagon Pagoda while the Pacific Club Lounge on the top floor of the hotel opens up to amazing city vistas with its floor-to-ceiling windows.336 spacious contemporary designed guestrooms and suites – with many offering magnificent views of the Shwedagon Pagoda, the Yangon River, or the bustling city – offer a luxurious stay. Guests can relish in a range of refreshing facilities including an outdoor swimming pool with jacuzzi, a 24-hour fitness centre, and the signature St Gregory spa.The hotel’s dining outlets include Saan, an all-day dining restaurant; Hai Tien Lo, a Pan Pacific signature concept offering authentic Cantonese cuisine; Teak Bar (left), the perfect place to enjoy cocktails while enjoying views of the Shwedagon Pagoda; and Pacific Marketplace, which is ideal for casual meals and quick bites.The comprehensive meeting spaces at Pan Pacific Yangon include a grand ballroom of more than 600 square metres which can seat up to 800 theatre-style, and four meeting spaces of 50 or 60 square metres each.Taking charge at Pan Pacific Yangon is William Lau, who comes from an extensive sales and marketing background which spanned 20 years. He brings a track record for driving excellent financial returns while he was with Ramada Hotel International, Renaissance International Group and the InterContinental Hotels Group. William has amassed experience as the General Manager of numerous hotels across Southeast Asia and China, and was most recently the pre-opening General Manager of Intercontinental Nantong in Jiangsu Province, China.As a modern and refreshing retreat in the heart of the Yangon, Pan Pacific Yangon will appeal strongly to both business and leisure travellers visiting this vibrant city. As one of our flagship hotels in the region, Pan Pacific Yangon is setting the benchmark for international hospitality in a market where, besides luxurious accommodation, we are introducing our signature dining and wellness concepts- Hai Tien Lo Cantonese restaurant and St Gregory spa. Together with our other hotels in Myanmar, PARKROYAL Yangon and PARKROYAL Nay Pyi Taw, we are excited about bringing to Myanmar a way of lifestyle travel and deluxe accommodation that are desired by discerning, well-travelled guests,² said Lothar Nessmann, Chief Executive Officer, Pan Pacific Hotels Group. Source = Pan Pacific Yangon
U by UniworldUniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection U by Uniworld – the new brand from Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection – is now available for bookings, allowing travellers aged 21 to 45 to experience nine European itineraries, beginning in April 2018. U by Uniworld says it is introducing an entire new demographic to cruising.“The U by Uniworld brand is built on a foundation of Uniworld’s river cruising expertise and the leadership in youthful travel of its sister brands Contiki and Busabout,” said chief executive of The Travel Corporation (TTC) Brett Tollman.With a maximum capacity of 120 adventurous holiday-makers, the first two U by Uniworld ships – The A and The B – have black exteriors and feature a sleek, cool interior design with open communal spaces and rooftop lounges. The A and The B will offer three room categories — Studio, Balcony and Suites — all with river views. Suites featuring French balconies and a living room area are perfect for honeymooners and those celebrating a special occasion, while balcony rooms are ideal for pairs, and groups of friends travelling together can enjoy Studio rooms that can accommodate up to three passengers. Solo travellers can take advantage of single rooms or special room share rates.“The positive feedback we’ve received about U by Uniworld from our trade partners over the last three months has been exceptional and has translated into a pent-up demand for bookings, so we’re very excited to “open the doors” and get sales underway,” said Uniworld Australia managing director Fiona Dalton.“With only two ships in 2018, and a fantastic price point starting from $2499 twin share for seven nights, we’re encouraging all our partners to let their clients know to book early to avoid disappointment.”Four eight-day itineraries — Rolling On The Rhine, Germany’s Finest, The Danube Flow and The Seine Experience — sail the Rhine, Main, Danube and Seine Rivers, with overnight stops and longer stays in major cities like Paris, Vienna, Amsterdam and Budapest. Three Super Cruise options combine two or more U itineraries into one 15 or 22-day bucket list journey. U by Uniworld also offers two five-day holiday itineraries – Dashing Through The Danube and A Merry Little Christmas Cruise – for those who want to experience the magic of Christmas time in Europe and a special New Year’s Eve celebration. Eight-day itineraries on The A start at $2,499 per person and include sailings along the Rhine, Main and Danube Rivers. Pricing for The B, which sails exclusively on the Seine River and throughout France, starts at $2,999 per person. Starting rates are based on double occupancy and are inclusive of gratuities and port charges.
Leaking a list of names who are beneficiaries of Cyprus’ citizenship-by-investment scheme to the media is possibly a criminal offence, commissioner for personal data protection, Irini Loizidou said on Wednesday after reports named several individuals and law firms involved in the scheme.In a statement, Loizidou said it was in the hands of the attorney-general whether there were grounds for a criminal investigation.Meanwhile, chairman of the Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency (CIPA) Michalis Michael, in an interview with state-radio CyBC, said Cyprus needs to safeguard the confidential handling of personal data of beneficiaries of its controversial citizenship-by-investment scheme, the benefits of which have exceeded expectations.He was commenting a day after a list of those granted citizenship were leaked to local media.The scheme, said Michael, who is a managing partner at the Cypriot division of the auditing firm KPMG and appointed chairman of the state-sponsored CIPA on January 9, “is paying off” and Cyprus needs to strengthen it.Under the scheme, he continued, no investor with a “questionable character or level or financial prominence” ever managed to obtain Cypriot citizenship, while the council of ministers decided – on the very day of his appointment – to further strengthen the process.Loizidou said the procedure outlines that when someone applies for citizenship – whether an investor or not – they publish a relevant announcement in the newspapers.This is done so if anyone knows any reason to object to their application they can send a written report to the interior minister, she added.“The law for citizenships does not provide publishing data on the people who have obtained citizenship whether it be for investment or other reasons, such as a marriage with a Cypriot citizen.”As such, “there is no legal basis for publishing such data,” Loizidou added.The personal data protection commissioner also stipulated that the law provided for parliament to be informed about the investors who have received a citizenship but “this does not justify its potential publication or leaking to media.”A report on Stockwatch on Tuesday named several Russian businessmen, a sheikh and an African tycoon as among those who had received Cypriot passports in return for investment.A separate leaked document listed the main four accounting firms Deloitte, Ernst & Young Cyprus, KPMG and PwC Ltd, as well as the law firms Nicos Chr. Anastasiades, founded by the president, and Tassos Papadopoulos and Co, founded by the late president, as providers of this type of service to foreign investors.Other companies included on the list are Leptos Estates, Pafilia Property Developers, Coast & Hills Development Ltd, Crowe Horwath and Fiduciana Trust (Cyprus).The report listing the names of the passport-holders has since been removed and the outlet will not face any repercussions as they deleted the list after Loizidou’s intervention, she said.“If it comes to my attention that the list is being republished I will exercise my authority provided by the law against media outlets that do so.”The number of beneficiaries of the scheme, first introduced ten years ago and modified on several occasions in the past, is around 3,300, according to the Cyprus News Agency.According to other press reports, the number of beneficiaries is 3,383, broken down to 1,732 actual investors and 1,651 family members. The number of other individuals who received Cypriot citizenship after marrying a Cypriot national or after spending seven years in Cyprus since 2008 was 5,516 while the number of honorary naturalisations was 45.According to Green Party lawmaker Giorgos Perdikis, who on Monday tabled a draft law to introduce more transparency into the scheme, the leak occurred when parliament workers distributed the list of the beneficiaries, which was not described as confidential.While applicants for Cypriot citizenship, including those who invest as little as €2m to benefit from Cyprus’ fast-track naturalisation scheme, need to publish – ahead of filing their application – their intent to do so in the Cypriot press, the government subsequently treats the name of beneficiaries with utmost confidentiality, refusing to disclose this type of information to the public.The scheme allows investors to receive Cypriot citizenship within months, while other foreigners need to spend at least seven years on the island before they can apply.CIPA’s Michael who rejected Perdikis’ proposal, said that it would help nobody to engage in “coffeeshop gossip whether one sheikh” or any other investor benefited from the scheme.According to a statement on the website of the council of ministers, last month’s decision provides for the setting up of a “Supervision and Control Committee” comprised of officials from the ministries of interior, finance, and from CIPA. The committee’s terms of references, described in an annex, are not available on the cabinet’s website.The decision also provides for the setting up of a register of “Investors’ Naturalisation Scheme Service Providers” in which individuals and legal entities that offer related services will be registered after meeting certain “entry criteria”, included in a separate annex.Applications filed on behalf of investors by unregistered individuals or companies, which may include “real-estate advisors, land developers, and banking and credit institutions”, will not be accepted.The cabinet’s decision provides also for the introduction of a “code of conduct” prepared by CIPA that will include guidelines governing the promotion of the scheme and the banning of public and online advertisements, and also penalties for offenders.In addition, both applicants and service providers will have to sign declarations confirming their compliance with the terms of the scheme and the correct application of practices, according to the cabinet’s document. 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