The Canadian Press OTTAWA — The federal cabinet’s long-awaited decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is due Tuesday. Here are some other key dates in the history of the original project and Kinder Morgan Canada’s controversial efforts to expand its capacity:October 1953: The Trans Mountain pipeline begins shipping oil with an initial capacity of 150,000 barrels per day. The project initially features four pump stations along its 1,150-kilometre route and a marine dock that connects loading facilities on the east side of Edmonton with ocean tankers in Burnaby, B.C. It is expanded in 1957 and 2008 to eventually pump up to 300,000 barrels of oil per day.Feb. 21, 2012: Kinder Morgan Canada says it wants to expand the Trans Mountain pipeline after receiving support from oil shippers and will begin public consultations.Dec. 16, 2013: An application is made to the National Energy Board (NEB) to expand the Trans Mountain pipeline. Construction is proposed to begin in 2017, with the aim of having oil flow through the expansion by December 2019.November 2014: More than 100 people are arrested after they camp out in a conservation area on Burnaby Mountain, east of Vancouver, to block crews from conducting drilling and survey work related to the pipeline expansion. Most of the charges are later dropped.August 2015: The NEB postpones public hearings after striking from the record economic evidence prepared by a Kinder Morgan consultant who was to begin working for the regulator.Jan. 27, 2016: The federal Liberal government says assessments of pipeline projects such as the Trans Mountain expansion will now take into account the greenhouse gas emissions produced in the extraction and processing of the oil they carry. Proponents will also be required to improve consultations with First Nations.May 17, 2016: Ottawa appoints a three-member panel to conduct an environmental review of the Trans Mountain expansion project.May 29, 2016: The NEB recommends approval of the pipeline, subject to 157 conditions, concluding that it is in the public interest.Nov. 29, 2016: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau approves the Trans Mountain expansion, part of a sweeping announcement that also saw approval of Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline replacement, but the end of its Northern Gateway project.Jan. 11, 2017: B.C. Premier Christy Clark announces her support for the project, saying Kinder Morgan has met five government conditions including a revenue-sharing agreement worth up to $1 billion.May 25, 2017: Kinder Morgan makes its final investment decision to proceed with the development, now estimated to cost $7.4 billion, subject to the successful public offering of Kinder Morgan Canada.May 29, 2017: The B.C. NDP and Greens agree to form a coalition to topple the Liberal party, which could only manage a minority in the previous month’s provincial election. The parties agree to “immediately employ every tool available” to stop the project. The coalition defeats the B.C. Liberals in a confidence motion a month later, paving the way for John Horgan to become premier.Aug. 10, 2017: The B.C. NDP government hires former judge Thomas Berger to provide legal advice as it seeks intervener status in the legal challenges against the project filed by municipalities and First Nations.Dec. 7, 2017: NEB allows Kinder Morgan Canada to bypass Burnaby bylaws.Jan. 17, 2018: Kinder Morgan Canada warns the Trans Mountain expansion project could be a year behind schedule.Jan. 30, 2018: B.C. government moves to restrict any increase in diluted bitumen shipments until it conducts more spill response studies, a move that increases the uncertainty for Trans Mountain.March 23, 2018: Green party Leader Elizabeth May and NDP MP Kennedy Stewart are arrested at a protest against the pipeline expansion; Federal Court of Appeal dismisses a B.C. government bid challenging a NEB ruling that allows Kinder Morgan Canada to bypass local bylaws.April 8, 2018: Kinder Morgan Canada suspends non-essential spending on the Trans Mountain expansion project and sets a May 31 deadline to reach agreements with stakeholders.May 29, 2018: Federal government announces deal to buy the pipeline and expansion project from Kinder Morgan Canada for $4.5 billion.Aug. 30, 2018: The Federal Court of Appeal overturns the Trudeau government’s approval of the pipeline expansion. In a unanimous decision by a panel of three judges, the court says the NEB’s review of the project was so flawed that the federal government could not rely on it as a basis for its decision to approve the expansion.Sept. 15, 2018: Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi orders the NEB to undertake a new environmental assessment of the impact additional oil tankers off the coast of British Columbia will have, with a specific focus on the risks to southern resident killer whales. The NEB has until late February to report back.Sept. 26, 2018: The NEB assigns a new panel to run the hearings and sets deadlines for comments.Oct. 3, 2018: Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi hires former Supreme Court of Canada Justice Frank Iacobucci to oversee a new round of Indigenous consultations. No deadline is set for the completion of the process.Feb. 22, 2019: The NEB recommends to cabinet that it approve the project again, subject to 16 new conditions, and says although an oil spill could be significant, the project provides considerable benefits and there are measures that can be taken to minimize the effects. The federal cabinet has 90 days — until May 22 — to respond with a decision.Apr. 18, 2019: Sohi announces cabinet has decided to push the pipeline decision back until June 18 citing a need to take more time to complete Indigenous consultations.
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BOSTON – Child development experts and advocates are urging Facebook to pull the plug on its new messaging app aimed at kids.A group letter sent Tuesday to CEO Mark Zuckerberg argues that younger children — the app is intended for those under 13 — aren’t ready to have social media accounts, navigate the complexities of online relationships or protect their own privacy.Facebook launched the free Messenger Kids app in December, pitching it as a way for children to chat with family members and friends approved by parents. It doesn’t give kids separate Facebook or Messenger accounts. Rather, the app works as an extension of a parent’s account, and parents get controls such as the ability to decide who their kids can chat with.The social media giant has said it fills “a need for a messaging app that lets kids connect with people they love but also has the level of control parents want.” But critics see the move as a way for Facebook to lure in a younger audience before they could move on to a rival service such as Snapchat.“TARGETING YOUNGER CHILDREN”A group of 100 experts, advocates and parenting organizations is contesting Facebook’s claims of filling a need. Led by the Boston-based Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, the group includes psychiatrists, pediatricians, educators and the children’s music singer Raffi Cavoukian.“Messenger Kids is not responding to a need — it is creating one,” the letter states. “It appeals primarily to children who otherwise would not have their own social media accounts.” Another passage criticized Facebook for “targeting younger children with a new product.”In a statement, Facebook said on Monday that the app “helps parents and children to chat in a safer way,” and emphasized that parents are “always in control” of their kids’ activity. The social media giant added that it consulted with parenting experts and families, and said “there is no advertising in Messenger Kids.”KIDS AND FACEBOOKA variety of experts and technology insiders have begun questioning the effects smartphones and social media apps are having on people’s health and mental well-being — whether kids, teens or adults. Sean Parker, Facebook’s first president, said late last year that the social media platform exploits “vulnerability in human psychology” to addict users. A chorus of other early employees and investors piled on with similar criticisms.Many preteens have already found their way onto Facebook and more youth-oriented social media platforms such as Snapchat and Facebook’s own Instagram, despite internal rules that require users to be at least 13 years old. Those rules are based in part on federal law, which prohibits internet companies from collecting personal information on children without their parents’ permission and imposes restrictions on advertising to them.Some companies have offered parental controls as a way of curbing unauthorized preteen use of their platforms. But Facebook’s new kid-focused app, which features animations and emojis, seems to cater to a younger audience, said Josh Golin, executive director of Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood.“It looks like something that would appeal to a 6-year-old or 7-year-old,” he said.He said the app gets those younger ones used to Facebook’s platform “and then they transition to the mature version of Facebook.”UNCERTAIN IMPACTFacebook wouldn’t answer questions about how popular the messaging app has been. But App Annie, an app analytics firm, said Messenger Kids has been downloaded about 80,000 times on Apple’s iOS devices — iPhones, iPads and the iPod Touch — since it launched on Dec. 4. It’s been in the top 40 most popular kids’ apps since then. That sounds like a lukewarm reception at best.University of Michigan developmental behavioural pediatrician Jenny Radesky, who co-signed the letter, said she’s never met a parent who was clamouring to get their children onto social media at an earlier age.“One can only assume that Facebook introduced it to engage users younger and younger,” Radesky said.That’s troubling, she said, because younger children haven’t yet developed the cognitive skills that enable them to think about and regulate their thoughts and actions and “allow them to realize when persuasive technology design might be manipulating them.”At the time it launched Messenger Kids, Facebook said it won’t show ads or collect data for marketing to kids. And it stressed that it won’t automatically move users to the regular Messenger or Facebook when they get old enough — though it might give them the option to move contacts to Messenger down the line.___Ortutay reported from New York.
The authorities in India suspect that the doctor could be from one of the southern states of the country. He is believed to be chief of the recruitment cell of the Islamic State. The agencies believe that he already has recruited youths from several countries for the Islamic State.The security agencies are questioning all those ISIS operatives and suspects whom they have arrested in recent months to ascertain the identity of the suspected Indian doctor. (Colombo Gazette) The video shows a health service centre with all modern medical facilities. The suspected Indian doctor works at the physiotherapy centre. The video names the doctor as Abu al Muqatil, which the agencies suspect could be a codename for the person. The security agencies are trying to decode the information in the codename. But, it has remained a puzzle till date. He claims that doctors from several countries including Australia, Russia and Sri Lanka are working at the health centre located at Raqqa.“We have people from many countries working at the physiotherapy centre of the hospital… We have a team of female staffers for women and children visiting the hospital for treatment… We appeal to medical professionals from all over the world to come and join the Islamic movement,” the suspected Indian doctor says. Sri Lankan doctors are working for the Islamic State, a suspected Indian doctor has claimed in a video.The 15:28-minute video has put the Indian security agencies on their toes. The video has been released by the Islamic State describing its health services. It features a suspected Indian doctor, whose identity has not been established, India Today reported.
Miriam Yeung Chin Wah, the famous Chinese pop singer from Hong Kong, has agreed to take on a new two-year term as Special Representative for UNAIDS, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, a role she has held since 2000.“I am delighted by Miss Yeung Chin Wah’s personal commitment to AIDS over the years,” said Dr. Peter Piot, UNAIDS Executive Director.“As a popular singer she is able to encourage youth to be smart about HIV and minimize their risk of becoming infected. I hope that other celebrities from the entertainment world will follow her lead. The reality today is that children and young people continue to be on the frontlines of the epidemic, making up close to half of all new HIV infections worldwide.” Miss Yeung Chin Wah, a very popular artist in local and overseas Chinese communities particularly among young people, has dedicated her time to HIV prevention activities and in her role as Special Representative, and will continue to promote messages on prevention, treatment and care, UNAIDS said.“I feel privileged to take up this challenge. All of us can make a difference. Let us join hands to fight against AIDS by showing our care, support, and acceptance for those who need it,” she said.In Asia, just over 8 million people were living with HIV at the end of 2005 – of which 2.4 million were women.
OSU coach Urban Meyer is interviewed during media day on Dec. 29. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Photo EditorNational Signing Day will come a little earlier for student-athletes in the 2018-19 football recruiting class.The NCAA announced on Monday that it has officially adopted an early signing period for football recruits following the approval by the Collegiate Commissioners Association, the governing body for the National Letter of Intent program. The new rule will allow recruits to sign a letter of intent to play for a collegiate program within a 72-hour period between the dates of Dec. 22 and 25.As expected, the Collegiate Commissioners Association has approved a 72-hour football early signing period beginning Dec. 20. pic.twitter.com/m8AzLf8crN— George Schroeder (@GeorgeSchroeder) May 8, 2017Previously, prospective student-athletes for football were unable to officially sign a letter of intent until the first Wednesday in the month of February.The CCA added in their release that while this will change the signing period for high school recruits, the period for junior college students to transfer remains between Dec. 20, 2017 and Jan. 15, 2018.The rule change had been approved on April 14 during a meeting held among the NCAA Division I council and the American Football Coaches Association, but the change could not be made official until the CCA approved the change in a vote.Ohio State coach Urban Meyer spoke out against the proposal back on Sept. 26, 2016, saying that an early signing period would be forcing young kids to make a decision too early. He also said that as a coach, it would be difficult for him to be able to know exactly where a kid will be physically by the time he starts playing collegiate football, citing the physical development of his son during a six-month period.“Bodies change and the game of football, I want as much time, I want to watch them play their senior year,” Meyer said. “I wish we would move it back. Everybody is talking about moving it forward and having an early signing period — and I heard July, early signing date. That means they’re going to be visiting here, some of them, 16 years old. Most 17 years old. Without some of them SAT or ACT score. Doesn’t make sense. And if I’m a high school coach, I’m not in favor of that at all either.”
Flexible working has become a bit of a buzzword. But, for me, this is where small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) should start if they want to support family-friendly working.When I say flexible, I really mean agile, working patterns that can scale up and down when both the individual and business requires it. Truly agile working goes beyond flexi-time policies, which tend to be fairly rigid. As a small business, you can embrace flexible working in its truest sense.To make a tangible difference to working parents in your team, you need to take an individual approach. Blanket schemes are not going to cut it when employees need to attend a school appointment or care for an elderly relative. Life simply does not adhere to core hours, and an organisation’s approach to family-friendly working needs to reflect this.Practically speaking, how can SMEs achieve this? I am writing from the perspective of an employer with 20 staff. I have operated an open-door policy for many years, and agility is deeply embedded within our workplace culture.I talk to employees on a case-by-case basis, understanding what they need and how we can still deliver business priorities. There is a great sense of give-and-take, trust and transparency.If this is all new to your organisation, I would start with a conversation. You need to understand what working parents need before you can start delivering it. Explain that flexible working is something you are exploring and you would like to understand how it could help work-life balance.Try and notice how your team are doing too. Is someone struggling to arrive on time after the school run? Ask what you can do to help.When developing family-friendly staff benefits, we listened to what would help our team. The summer holidays are challenging, so we developed a holiday childcare benefit. As everyone has different needs and preferences, we implemented a flexible scheme that contributes towards a holiday club of choice, instead of restricting parents to a particular childcare provider or area.SME budgets can be a challenge when trying to deliver family-friendly staff benefits, so my advice is to get a bit inventive. Eschew traditional corporate schemes and instead focus on what is going to be most relevant to employees’ lives.My belief is that our personal lives will always be the most important thing in our worlds, and all businesses should acknowledge that. Go on, start that conversation today.Karen Ovenden is co-founder and operations director at recruitment software organisation Hireserve.
This file photograph taken on December 22, 2012, shows Indian demonstrators shouting slogans during a protest calling for better safety for women following the rape of a student, in front of the Government Secretariat and Presidential Palace in New Delhi. AFPIndia’s Supreme Court on Friday upheld the death sentences of four men convicted for the 2012 gang rape and murder of a Delhi student.Justice Dipak Misra said the 23-year-old woman had suffered a “devastating hour of darkness” as the court rejected an appeal against the death penalty, which was handed down in 2013.Jyoti Singh, a 23-year-old physiotherapy student, was raped and left for dead by a gang of five men and a teenager after she boarded a private bus while going home from the cinema with a male friend.She died of grievous internal injuries 13 days later.The brutality of the attack, and her determination to survive long enough to identify her attackers to police, triggered large-scale angry street protests as well as soul-searching about India’s treatment of women.Four men were convicted in September 2013 for murder, gang rape, theft, conspiracy and “unnatural acts” after a seven-month trial in a fast-track court.A fifth man, the suspected ringleader, was found dead in jail in a suspected suicide, while the 17-year-old was sentenced to three years in a detention centre and has since been released.Sentencing the four in 2013, Judge Yogesh Khanna said the case fell into the “rarest of rare category” which justifies capital punishment in India.Media reports said a round of applause went up in court as the judgement was read out on Friday at the end of an appeal hearing that began last year.Women’s rights activist Ranjana Kumari called it a “historic judgement”.“This is a historic message to all the people, the criminal mindset who wrong women, who inflict violence on women, to know that if you do something like this you will be also paying for it by the severest punishment that exists in our laws of the land,” she said on Indian news channel NDTV.
Zaslav called the BBC content the “Marvel IP” of the factual world and said there would be original programming just for the streaming service and wraparound content including news, games, and podcasts.Discovery has now acquired hundreds of hours of BBC Studios fare to serve as the new platform’s cornerstone. The new £300 million ($392 million) programming deal covers global rights to blue-chip BBC franchises such as “Planet Earth” and “Blue Planet,” except in China, and the U.K., where the BBC will be able to add that content to its own services, including its soon-to-launch streamer BritBox.Discovery and BBC Studios will also develop new natural history titles together, reviving an earlier relationship that produced such joint endeavors as “Planet Earth,” “Walking With Dinosaurs” and “Life.”“The new platform will be the first global direct-to-consumer service with the category’s most iconic IP, including the ‘Planet Earth’ series, future sequels and spinoffs to all existing landmark series, and new exclusive natural history and science programming coming in the future,” Zaslav said in a statement announcing the service’s launch. “There is tremendous value in the marketplace for these programming categories, which have broad appeal and strong multi-generational engagement, and we hope to fill the void in the global marketplace for a dedicated high-quality product.”“This is our largest-ever content sales deal,” added BBC boss Tony Hall. “It will mean BBC Studios and Discovery will work together to take our content right across the globe through a new world-beating streaming service. Global subscribers are in for a real treat: the best content on a great new platform.” The announcement Monday of Discovery’s upcoming factual streaming platform comes as the company moves further into direct-to-consumer offerings, adding to its Dplay, Eurosport Player, PGA golf, motoring and cycling services. With competition on the factual side getting fiercer as Netflix brings its commissioning might to the natural history arena, Discovery is now seeking to claim ownership of that space in the streaming world. Zaslav told reporters that its new offering would be the definitive service. Related ‘Orange Is the New Black’ Creator Jenji Kohan and Star Uzo Aduba Bid Farewell What’s Coming to Netflix in September 2019 Popular on Variety Aside from its new deal with Discovery, BBC Studios has been working with AMC Networks on natural history projects. The BBC and AMC are partners in the BBC America service and have a natural history programming deal that covered shows including “Frozen Planet II” and “One Planet: Seven Worlds.” AMC will retain linear rights to those shows and air them first, but they will play on the Discovery streamer in the U.S. on SVOD.Netflix currently has BBC blue chip shows including “Blue Planet” and “Planet Earth,” but these will come off the platform once current deals expire.Meanwhile, the UKTV deal will see Discovery take ownership of the Good Food, Home and Really channels, which will fall under the leadership of EVP James Gibbons. The Alibi, Dave, Drama, Eden, Gold, Yesterday and W channels, plus the on-demand UKTV Play service, now go to BBC Studios, along with the UKTV brand. Marcus Arthur, BBC Studios’ U.K. and Australasia chief, will become the new UKTV CEO, replacing Darren Childs, who had already said he was exiting. The BBC told Variety that it will maintain the UKTV base in West London.UKTV was a joint venture between the BBC and Scripps. Negotiations over ownership accelerated after Discovery bought the latter.Hall said that the UKTV deal means a secure future with long-term commercial returns. The UKTV team has done a fantastic job, and I am delighted that will continue.” UPDATED: Discovery and BBC Studios have inked a nearly $400 million programming deal that will see high-end natural history programming from the latter play on a new Discovery global streaming service set for launch by 2020. Under a decade-long deal, Discovery has acquired a raft of BBC content for its new SVOD service and will work with BBC Studios, the U.K. pubcaster’s production and distribution unit, to develop new programming across natural history, travel, science and other factual genres.Discovery CEO and president David Zaslav said the new, as-yet-unnamed streamer could launch for under $5 a month.Separately, the two companies have untangled ownership of the UKTV channels group, with Discovery set to take the lifestyle networks and BBC Studios the entertainment channels in a deal that will see BBC Studios pay the U.S. firm £173 million ($226 million). ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. 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Sometimes the universe is just. Some thieves in Wellington, New Zealand broke into a car last week allegedly looking for chemicals for illicit drug production. What they got, however, was a rancid surprise.The conservation company Goodnature had been doing research on stoats, which are a type of weasel. And they’d left a box of the rodent’s anal glad oil in an unlabeled box in a car. When the thieves broke into the car thinking they might be making off with something valuable, they instead got 16 vials of one of the most putrid chemicals in the natural world.Speaking to the New Zealand Herald, the company’s director Robbie van Dam notes that it was, “extremely smelly stuff, and it lingers on any fabric or surface… for weeks.”To give a picture of just how potent this stuff is, van Dam noted that they had popped a gland (ewwwwww) in their lab a few years back. They had to run fans and leave the windows open in the dead of winter, and much of the staff had to work from home for a few days. It was so bad that the group was working on moving the oil off-site.Goodnature was hoping to use the vials in a series of tests to help capture and eliminate stoats in the country. “We know a range of lures will be part of removing stoats from the whole of New Zealand,” he said.New Zealand, and to a lesser extent Australia, have had rampant problems with invasive species for years. The use of scent glands as attractants for lures is just part of one of the country’s big projects to help combat that problem. Despite the loss, van Damn was in good spirits about the incident.“We’re normally just trying to attract stoats, rats or possums, but I guess there are other kinds of opportunist pests in Roseneath.”
Register Now » Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. This story originally appeared on Fortune Magazine Given that Microsoft is about to axe another 7,800 employees, take a restructuring charge of $750 million to $850 million related to the layoffs plus a $7.6 billion impairment charge, it’s hard to argue that the $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia’s phone business 18 months ago was anything but folly.The Nokia deal was seen as Steve Ballmer’s baby. The former Microsoft CEO was hell-bent on fixing Microsoft’s mobile business where it was getting buried by Apple and Android devices. It could even be argued that buying its way into mobile was faster and maybe cheaper than building that business organically.Forrester Research analyst Frank Gillett is in that camp. “Nokia got Microsoft into the hardware business where no one was betting on Windows Phone, but at a steep price. I think they couldn’t afford not to get in that business and the alternative would have been to invent it from scratch which would have taken longer.”One former Microsoft manager, who still works with the company as a partner, said Nokia was a “buddy deal between Ballmer and Stephen Elop,” the former Microsoft exec who left to become CEO of Nokia and returned to Microsoft as part of the acquisition. “They should have made a movie, not a deal,” he said. (Elop left Microsoft two weeks ago as part of a reorg.)Ballmer was driven to purchase Nokia by Google- and Apple-envy, which might have been fine if the company had executed well, but it didn’t, said David Linthicum, an independent analyst. Last year it was clear that something was awry when the company announced plans to cut 18,000 employees, many from the phone unit.“Now, Microsoft will likely focus on users that want enhanced management capabilities and security. That’s going to be a tough course to follow considering that other phone and mobile OS providers have been working hard to provide management and security capabilities as well. So, what does Microsoft do different? Not much,” Linthicum said via email.Others think that some lemonade may be squeezed out of this lemon yet.“If Microsoft owns the rights to the hardware and the OS they could redeem themselves in Africa and other emerging markets. Those markets have 4 to 5 billion people that have not been touched by tech. They don’t need smart phones. They’ll start with super-feature phones. The telcos and other infrastructure providers are going to make a fortune. Microsoft may have a chance to play here too. We shall see how they play their hand,” said the former exec.So, the question is now, as it’s been for the past year: Can CEO Satya Nadella, who took the job in February, 2014, execute where his predecessor did not? So far it looks like he is willing and able to make the tough choices he telegraphed last month in an internal memo. And that’s probably a good thing for Microsoft. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals 3 min read July 9, 2015
Head coach Bruce Arians at Arizona Cardinals training camp Tuesday, August 18, 2015 in Glendale. (Photo: Vince Marotta/Arizona Sports) Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires GLENDALE, Ariz. — Head coach Bruce Arians, now in his third year with the Arizona Cardinals, meets the media each day during training camp.Here, in this space, we’ll highlight many of the key topics and personnel conversations he has with reporters following the morning walk-through.First though, Arians updated the injury list saying Michael Floyd (hand), Jonte Green (hamstring), Shaq Riddick (hamstring), Sean Weatherspoon (hamstring) and Rob Crisp (knee) remain out, while Jerraud Powers (oblique) and Mike Iupati (knee) will be limited. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Comments Share Arians also announced players with 10 or more years of experience will be given the day off, saying, “You get a bone when you have 10 years every now and then.” So those players not on the practice field will be Carson Palmer, Larry Fitzgerald, Cory Redding, Frostee Rucker, Mike Leach and Dave Zastudil.“I was very pleased with yesterday’s work. I think it’s excitement heading into the game. Guys practiced very well. Today’s walk-through was spirited, so it’s very good. We’re making nice strides. I like where we’re at right now.”What were your first impressions of Chris Johnson at practice?“Yeah, I thought he had some explosive first-step stuff still a couple of times. He’s still learning what he call things. But, the plays that he’s run natural all his life he still runs pretty natural.”With his addition, how close do you feel you are to getting to that team speed you want?“Well, adding him to the mix with Andre (Ellington) and David (Johnson) and the rest of our guys, we have an element of speed offensively right now that’s pretty potent. It’s close to where we want to be, especially with the tight end group.”How do you feel about the depth at offensive line? The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Does the potential for fighting make you less willing to hold a joint-practice with another team?“No. It’s who you work with. I’ve been part of many, many joint practices in my years. There was once or twice those incidences. It’s up to the coaches to make sure that stuff doesn’t happen. I bet my life there won’t be on in New England and New Orleans because coaches won’t allow it. Other coaches breed it.” “Like I said last week, our second-team line had three starters, a first-round pick and a young guy that’s been here a long time and is fighting for a starting job. If we do have injuries, I feel very comfortable that we have the depth to not just get five guys out there, but still have six or seven.”How much of a chance do you give Jaxon Shipley to make the team?“That’s an outside chance, but he has a chance. He continues to show the return ability. He’s got to play special teams because your fourth, fifth receiver, they’re special teams guys. Jaron Brown is a core-special teamer. (Brittan Golden) is a return guy and also has ability to be a gunner, so just being a returner might not quite be enough. But I like what I’ve seen so far.”When Dan Williams left, were you guys looking for a specific type of nose tackle?“We like to have somebody that can play more than 25-percent of the time and not come out in nickel. To have the big nose guard that just takes up two guys, we feel like we still have that but these guys can also play end and rush the passer.”What’s your stance on in-practice fighting?“We don’t tolerate it, whatsoever. If you even think about, just start running. If it’s a two-man fight, those two guys will run. We’ve had one incident in the last three years where we’ve had more than one. We just stopped and started running. It’s not tolerated here. There’s no place in the game for it. Coaches that believe that, they need to get new jobs.” Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
New Zealand-based cheap flights carrier Pacific Blue achieved a domestic on-time performance rate of 94.4 percent in February.The figure comes after January’s on-time total of 94.9 percent and, according to the airline, is helping to boost loyalty among passengers in the competitive Australasian flights market.Mark Pitt, Pacific Blue’s chief executive officer, said the carrier was the first in New Zealand to regularly publish its on-time performance results.”Domestic travellers understand that good on-time performance reflects an airline’s commitment to excellent service,” he commented.”It shows we respect our guests and we appreciate that their time is valuable.”During the past six months, Pacific Blue has achieved monthly punctuality totals of between 90 percent and 69 percent, with the current average standing at 93.5 percent.The airline has been publishing its on-time performance ratings online since last July, with data stretching back over the past 12 months.Pacific Blue is the New Zealand subsidiary of Australian airline Virgin Blue, which commenced flights in August 2000.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedCebu Pacific to launch new domestic and international flightsPhilippines-based cheap flights carrier Cebu Pacific will launch additional domestic and international flights.Nearly all of Korean Air’s 2008 flights departed on timeAlmost 100 percent of Korean Air’s flights departed on time during 2008, figures from Boeing and Airbus have revealed.Over 90% of bmibaby flights depart on time in Januarybmibaby has revealed that more than nine in ten (90.8 percent) of its flights departed within 15 minutes of schedule
Review: Jackman’s a great ‘Showman.’ The movie? Not so much by Jocelyn Noveck, The Associated Press Posted Dec 20, 2017 12:15 pm PDT Last Updated Dec 20, 2017 at 12:40 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email This image released by Twentieth Century Fox shows Hugh Jackman in a scene from “The Greatest Showman.” (Niko Tavernise/Twentieth Century Fox via AP) “Don’t fight it,” goes the opening song of “The Greatest Showman,” sung by Hugh Jackman. “It’s coming for you, running at ya.”Well, that’s for damn sure. “The Greatest Showman” is a one hour-and-45 minute onslaught on the senses — all peppy, fizzy ballads and frantic energy, earnest sentiments and impossibly good intentions. It’s begging for love, like a puppy serenading us with pop songs.It’s exhausting, and messy. And that’s too bad, because Jackman really IS one of the great showmen of our time. Give the man a stage and a song, and it’s near impossible not to love him. The movie? Not so much.Jackman plays P.T. Barnum, the 19th-century businessman and politician — but a showman above all — who founded the Barnum & Bailey circus. He did a lot more than that; the movie’s publicity notes call him “America’s original pop-culture impresario.”OK, but they weren’t singing 21st-century pop ballads back then, and one of the movie’s biggest problems is its almost desperate determination to contemporize everything for a young audience. It’s not so much the casting of Zac Efron and Zendaya as young lovers; it’s that they and the others are given upbeat pop songs and self-empowering anthems that would perhaps sound great (if generic) on their own, but simply feel jarring when sung by 19th-century characters in period dress. It’s all the more frustrating given that the songs come from talented duo Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, who wrote the lyrics for “La La Land” and the terrific score for Broadway’s “Dear Evan Hansen.”The film is a debut feature from director Michael Gracey, known for his work on commercials and music videos, and that’s telling, because it often feels like a collection of slickly produced music videos, loosely tied together with a plot we’re not supposed to care too much about.It does start off with a bang — that opening number set at the circus, with Jackman in a top hat and long red coat, wielding a cane and recalling the stylish emcee in “Pippin.” Then we go into flashback, meeting the young Barnum as a poor boy, a tailor’s son. He meets the angelic girl of his dreams in a fancy mansion, and resolves to marry her. “A million dreams is all it’s gonna take,” he sings.The song continues as the youngsters segue into adulthood: “A million dreams for the world we’re gonna make.” Their early years together are short on cash, long on, um, dreams. Wife Charity — Michelle Williams, given little to do but always genuine and touching — insists she doesn’t regret leaving her wealthy past.Barnum loses his first job, and comes up with the idea of a museum of oddities. The first version is a bust. Then one of his little daughters tells him: “You need something alive.”Light bulb! Barnum realizes his oddities need to be human: General Tom Thumb, the Bearded Lady, the Siamese twins. “They’re laughing anyway,” he tells one of them, “so why not get paid?” The place is a hit, and suddenly Barnum’s very wealthy.But he needs something more: Acceptance, among the snobby elites. He convinces a young, patrician playwright, Philip (Efron) to join him in the business. They seal the deal in an energetic number set in a barroom, “The Other Side,” which reminds us of those “High School Musical” days and how we’ve rather missed Efron singing and dancing. Soon Philip will be falling in love with a beautiful, soft-spoken acrobat (Zendaya), and their mixed-race romance — scandalous back in the day — will produce the sweet yet also generic “Rewrite the Stars,” performed with the help of aerial acrobatics.Then there’s a subplot with the Swedish soprano Jenny Lind — inspired by fact but veering into the fictional. Barnum goes to Europe to persuade Lind (Rebecca Ferguson) to tour America; the high-stakes enterprise, he reasons, will finally get him embraced by high society.If there’s an eleven-o’clock number, it’s got to be “This Is Me,” ably sung by Broadway belter Keala Settle, a motivational anthem that seems meant to stop the show but sounds too familiar to really stir the spirits. “I’m gonna send a flood, gonna drown them out,” the bearded lady sings, and alas, it’s an apt description of what this movie seems to be doing: Drowning us in pizazz and feel-good emotion, but not making us think, or learn. In the end, not much is happening under that circus tent.“The Greatest Showman,” a 20th Century Fox release, is rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America “for thematic elements including a brawl.” Running time: 105 minutes. Two stars out of four.___Definition of PG: Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.
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The government on Tuesday criticised Turkey for preparing the ground for an alternative settlement to the Cyprus problem after the Turkish Foreign Minister tweeted that all options were on the table for a permanent solution.Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu’s tweet on Monday that he had met with UN envoy Jane Holl Lute caught Nicosia by surprise as no announcement had been made on the date of the meeting following a number of postponements by Ankara.“Emphasised at our meeting with M. Jane Holl Lute, the official assigned by the #UN Secretary-General, that all options are on the table for a permanent solution in Cyprus; yet, in any case, political equality of the Turkish Cypriots is a must!” Cavusoglu’s tweet said on Monday.But the reference to all options being on the table did not sit well with Nicosia.A government source told the Cyprus News Agency that Cavusoglu makes sure to set the ground for a solution at every opportunity outside UN parameters by referring to other options despite that he does not rule out a federal solution.“This is worrying, and it may mean that special understanding on the terms of reference should be made,” the source said.Government Spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said that now that Lute had concluded this round of contacts with the guarantor powers Nicosia is waiting for her visit to the island as had been agreed with President Nicos Anastasiades.He reiterated that the government does not agree with Turkey’s demand that the talks begin after June.“The negotiations could have started months ago,” Prodromou told the CNA.The terms of reference for the resumption of the settlement talks, he said, should also include the six parameters of the UN Secretary General’s framework, including those relating to security and guarantees and the withdrawal of the occupation army.Prodromou also said that the Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Giorgos Katrougalos, who is to meet with his Turkish counterpart to discuss the Cyprus issue on Wednesday, will inform Nicosia of what has been discussed.The government, he said, is eyeing positively these consultations as long as they contribute positively to drafting the terms of reference based on the six parameters of the UN Secretary-General.“It is up to the guarantors to accept what is provided for in the framework for replacing the guarantee status with a modern security system,” he said. Both Greece and the UK have agreed to this, he said, while all that remains is for Turkey’s consent, “which, unfortunately was absent during the conference (on Cyprus) in Crans Montana.”You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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him leaving a small note after losing the men’s doubles final saying that ‘I want to go as far as possible in at least one U-10 or U-12 tournament I want to beat those guys the next time after training here’" Kumar recalled Soon after joining the academy Lakshya along with his partner Bodhit Joshi had steamrolled opponents with ease but floundered in the final against brother Chirag and Rahul Yadav at the Sub-Junior National Badminton Championships in Hyderabad The note however had served its purpose "I then remember watching him subsequently win the U-13 national doubles title with Joshi in 2012 That’s how his approach has been since joining the academy" he added Apart from that Lakshya’s mental toughness is also commendable given how an eight-year-old kid was prepared to leave Almora just to play badminton But his father of course being a coach has taught him the fundamental things pointed out Kumar "He was a good learner If you tell him something he’ll implement it immediately He challenged himself quite a few times too Prakash also noticed all of his traits when we picked him He would just sit around and observe everything" added the two-time national champion On Sunday (25 July) Sen defeated the reigning world junior champion and top seed Kanvulat Vitidsarn 21-18 21-19 to become the first Indian man in 53 years to have won the Asian junior championships title With that win he etched his name in the elite company – other winners include Olympic champions Taufik Hidayat (1997) Lin Dan (2000) and Chen Long (2007) But Lakshya all of 16 still has a long way to go before we could sit down and say his name in the same breath as these legends despite establishing himself as one of the brightest kids on the block The talent he brings to the table is no doubt prodigious He became the youngest player to make the final of the Senior National Championships in 2016 and has been World No 1 in the juniors in the past However the right-handed shuttler has succumbed to pressure in the final stages of a number of matches at international tournaments Seeded second at the 2017 World Junior Championships Sen foldedupin the quarter-finals He was the top seed at the Asian Junior Championships where he lost in the fourth round Moreover the Uttarakhand shuttler has had a tough start to the year "This year he has had a handful of issues He couldn’t perform the way he wanted to at the World Championships He injured his shoulder in the process" said Kumar Moreover Lakshya has developed a good smash so hitting with his right hand became a tough ask Despite his exceptional show to win gold Kumar sees room for improvement "He has to improve his strength and bring in more variations So we know what needs to be done once he’s back At the moment he needs to use more of half-smashes and work on his reach His defence has improved but he tends to dive a lot which calls for the strengthening of his legs" Kumar explained Sen has never been short on confidence when it came 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