MONTREAL — A jury has found a Montreal man guilty of manslaughter in the killing of his ailing wife.Michel Cadotte was on trial for second-degree murder in the suffocation death of Jocelyne Lizotte, who was in the last stages of Alzheimer’s disease.The Crown had argued that Cadotte had intended to kill his wife of 19 years, who was unable to care for herself.Defence lawyers argued their client was in a disturbed state of mind and acted impulsively on Feb. 20, 2017, seeking to end his wife’s suffering.Jurors had only two verdicts open to them: second-degree murder or manslaughter.More to come.The Canadian Press
Willow Fiddler – Justin BrakeAPTN NewsLucas Mezzetay chases a puck on the hard-packed snow, just up the road from his family’s home.A silver net with white mesh sits at one end of the impromptu rink. At the other end, a beat up Folger’s coffee container.Mezzetay and eight other boys are silhouetted by a majestic northern sunset behind them.Nearby, three young girls laugh as they run down the road.They’re playing Knock, Knock, Ginger.“You knock on random people’s doors and then run away,” one of them explains, chuckling.For now, the children are free.But when their games end they will return to homes infested with toxic mould.Where, instead of a safe place of refuge, each breath risks potential illness.Recent government and independent inspections confirmed what some in the Ojibway community of more than 500 have known for years.Mould is everywhere. Sometimes detectable. Often not.It’s in the walls. Under the floors. Behind appliances. Inside the ceilings.Little do the children know that in a matter of days a white man will arrive by plane, and with the stroke of a pen ease some of their families’ illnesses and worries.Lucas Mezzetay and other children play road hockey in Cat Lake. (Justin Brake/APTN)Indigenous Services Canada Minister (ISC) Seamus O’Regan will sign a final agreement with Cat Lake leaders, which members of the band council tell APTN News could happen as early as Thursday.In January Cat Lake leaders declared a state of emergency and said they may have to evacuate the community in the absence of immediate relief for their housing and health crisis.In a Feb. 7 interview with APTN, Chief Matthew Keewaykapo called the situation “critical” and “life-threatening,” adding the community has “lost elders from respiratory problems, we lost children.”Chief of Cat Lake says Indigenous Services minister needs to see crisis firsthandMore than a month later a deal between the First Nation and Canada is expected to reflect the terms set out in an interim agreement signed by leaders on Feb. 21 in Thunder Bay, more than 400 kilometres south of Cat Lake.The community will get 15 new housing units, have 21 others repaired or renovated, and see 10 mobile homes brought into the remote area for short-term relief as families await their homes to be made safe.Some will get reprieve from the mould. Others will have to wait for help at another time.States of emergency. Crises.It wasn’t always this way.“He thought he was going to die”Sarah Mezzetay, Lucas’s grandmother, hopes she will be one of the lucky few to get a new home once Keewaykapo signs the agreement.Weeks ago she was in a London, Ont. hospital with her 8-year-old grandson, who was so sick he couldn’t speak.Lucas was medevacced out of the community to hospitals in Sioux Lookout and Thunder Bay before being transported to London.“He never woke up for 10 days — he just sleeps,” Mezzetay recalls, seated in the living room of her small four-bedroom home, where she lives with three of her adult children and four of her grandchildren.Before he went silent, when he was in Sioux Lookout, Lucas told his grandmother, “‘I think I’m going to die,’” Mezzetay says.“And I said to him, you’re not going to die.“I was just scared to lose him,” she says, holding back tears, “because I love my grandkids.”Doctors told Mezzetay Lucas had a reaction to his medication. But Mezzetay believes it was his exposure to mould in their home.The same source, she says, of her three-year-old granddaughter’s eczema, and of the asthma that is preventing Mezzetay from working.Lucas and his grandmother, Sarah Mezzetay, in their Cat Lake home. (Justin Brake/APTN)Mezzetay is a full-time homemaker who helps elders in the community. Her husband passed away a few years ago, which makes her a single mother and grandmother.The Feb. 21 interim agreement between Cat Lake and the federal government contains a list of houses to be replaced or repaired based on the results of home inspections.Mezzetay’s house number isn’t on that list, although a recent inspection found mould in her living room, kitchen, bathroom and basement, while noting “potential” for more mould behind walls and under the subfloors.Joyce Cook, a Cat Lake councillor who has taken a lead on the housing crisis in her community, says the band has asked Canada to provide the community with four additional mobile homes, on top of the agreement, under Jordan’s Principle.“We need him out of the house right away,” Cook says, speaking of Lucas’s situation. “And the other kids that were seen by the specialists will need to go into those homes immediately, too. There’s no exception.”If the government provides the First Nation with new housing under Jordan’s Principle, it would be a first, says Cindy Blackstock of the First Nations Caring Society.Blackstock says while requests have been made under Jordan’s Principle for home renovations to support First Nations children with disabilities, she’s not aware of previous requests to have safe, new homes provided due to mould infestations.“In my view, Jordan’s Principle provides services and products to children that are identified as necessary to meet their needs and best interests,” says Blackstock.“It is not up to Canada to second guess professionals on the ground, so if a mould-free home is identified as necessary, either short- or long-term, it is up to Canada to provide it.”APTN asked ISC for comment on Cat Lake’s Jordan’s Principle request, but did not receive a response by the time of publication.Last month, two doctors—a paediatric respirologist and an infectious disease specialist—visited the community to assess sick children.They produced a report for ISC and the band, but the results haven’t been made public.David Miller, a toxicologist and chemistry professor at Carleton University, is a leading expert on mould in indoor environments and has worked with northern Ontario communities.He says those allergic to fungi are most at risk, “because if you are exposed to them you’re going to be sick all the time.”His second concern is for children, “because they’re our future.”Miller testified before the federal government’s finance committee last year, when he explained how federally funded houses were largely insufficient for northern climates, and that more housing is needed to remedy overcrowding.“The houses are not appropriate for the environment, and the way they’re run leads to the conditions that you see,” he says, explaining the government offers little support on how to maintain the houses in the northern climate.Seated next to his grandmother, Lucas plays on a smartphone. He’s quiet, looks up and smiles every few minutes — but doesn’t say much.It’s a different upbringing than his grandmother’s.Mezzetay was born “in the bush,” she says. Like many in the community, she was raised in a log cabin. Her father was a trapper.Though they lived without amenities like plumbing and electricity, Mezzetay says their homes weren’t mould-ridden.Most houses in the community were built in the 1970s and ‘80s. They lack adequate insulation and ventilation, which creates conditions for mould.Most houses in Cat Lake were built, insufficiently, in the 1970s and ’80s. (Justin Brake/APTN)For at least a couple decades now community leaders say they’ve been trying to get the government’s attention.Last August, ISC sent Environmental Public Health Officers to the community. They inspected 107 homes.Fifty-three were found to have no visible mould, ISC spokesperson Rola Tfaili said in an email to APTN.Forty-eight had “a small amount of visible mould present, four homes had a moderate amount of visible mould present, and two homes had extensive visible mould present.”Following the inspections, ISC provided the results to community leaders, including “advice on how to control and remediate any mould found in the homes,” said Tfaili.With dozens of children and youth sick with skin conditions and lung infections, according to Cat Lake leadership, they knew something wasn’t right. So they requested more thorough inspections.In mid-December the government funded third-party inspectors, who turned up different results.Keewaykapo said those inspections found 87 homes with “severe mould.” That number later rose to almost 100, after further inspections.The state of emergency was declared a few weeks later.On Feb. 18, Nashie Oombash—a 48-year-old mother and grandmother from Cat Lake, and Sarah Mezzetay’s sister—died in a Thunder Bay hospital.Oombash’s family has said her death was the result of health complications from living in a mould-infested home.Three days later the federal government promised help.Confusion, uncertainty over who whose homes will be made safeOn March 7, Cook went on community radio to update the community on the band’s dealings with Canada.It was the first time many in the community heard details of the interim agreement.Cook told APTN that day the band was still negotiating for more than the government had committed to.She said virtually every home in the community required mould remediation.At the Feb. 21 interim agreement signing, Cook and Keewaykapo thanked O’Regan for his commitment to the community, calling it “a start.”In a video posted to his Twitter account, O’Regan said the feds were committing to “57 housing units…36 of them are new and new portable units.”It is critical to work directly with Cat Lake leadership to address the housing and health concerns for residents, and to do so quickly.That is exactly what we have done in signing an agreement today. Here is what it means for all of us pic.twitter.com/Wxg81tZJuV— Seamus O’Regan (@SeamusORegan) February 21, 2019While in Cat Lake last week, APTN learned 11 of the new housing units O’Regan cited in his Feb. 21 tweet are already under construction and incomplete due to funding shortages.They include a seven-plex building, funded under Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation, and two duplexes.“Indeed the 11 units are part of the total number of new constructions as announced in [O’Regan’s] Statement,” ISC spokesperson William Olscamp confirmed by email.“However, the funding for them is not included as part of the new funding mentioned in the statement.”Despite knowing about the housing crisis, the government withheld the second instalment of almost $750,000 to complete the seven-plex, pending receipt of Cat Lake’s financial statements for the fiscal year 2017-18.The interim agreement promises to release those funds once Canada receives the paperwork.Olscamp confirmed ISC received the documents on March 7.The interim agreement promises supplies, including the 10 mobile units, to the community within two weeks.Yet the materials have not yet arrived — and warm weather threatens to shut down the 150-kilometre winter road to the community.Cat Lake leaders are also looking to the provincial government for help.A source with Ontario’s Ministry of Indigenous Affairs told APTN Cat Lake has requested the province’s help building a playground and bike park for youth, and a sawmill.But the source said Minister Greg Rickford is not entertaining the requests as they don’t help with the community’s immediate needs.Cook told APTN Wednesday that “everything we ask for has a reason to it.”She said a playground and bike park would give children and youth a place to go.“Maybe for [government] it’s a park, but for the kids it’s away from their homes for the time being while houses are being built,” she says.“You have to have a small mind to think it’s not reasonable to ask for such a thing.”Cook said a sawmill would give community members a way to build their own cabins.“There’s a lot of people that would be able to use that if they wanted to build a log cabin, in the community or in the bush,” she explained.This seven-plex was built with CMHC funding, but has not been completed because the government withheld the funding for its completion despite knowing of the housing crisis. (Justin Brake/APTN)Last month NDP MP Charlie Angus and NDP MPP Sol Mamakwa, both of whose ridings include Cat Lake, visited the community to see the housing crisis first hand.They saw the federal government has added another nurse to the community’s nursing station staff.But Mamakwa is pressing the Doug Ford government to help out, too.He wants the province to send doctors to the community until the health issues are addressed.“It’s got to be more than just a one-off visit,” he says. “There needs to be a continuous follow-up with the health of the people.”He said the community’s request for a playground and bike park “certainly makes sense from a practical point of view,” and that the feds and province need to do a better job co-ordinating a response.“It’s really critical that the province be involved, and not just on the outside looking in and hoping the feds respond.“We’re talking about human beings here.”Cook said details of the final agreement are almost done, and the band is awaiting the government’s decision on the Jordan’s Principle application.On March 7, the Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS), which represents more than 3,300 paediatricians across Canada, wrote a letter to O’Regan saying the Feb. 21 interim agreement “does not go nearly far enough.”“Like all children in Canada, the children of Cat Lake have a right to healthy home environments where they can live, play, and grow,” reads the letter signed by CPS President Catherine Farrell and chair of the organization’s First Nations, Inuit and Métis Health Committee, Radha Jetty.“The consequences of failing to meet this basic need are both acute and chronic, and will affect their current health and future life chances.”Bobby Oombash wants to raise his children in a safe home on Oombash Point, where his father and grandfather raised their families. (Justin Brake/APTN)Bobby Oombash’s family is at the top of the list for new homes, according to the interim agreement.The 30-year-old father of five and his wife are raising their children in the small, two-bedroom home where Bobby grew up.With both of his brothers deceased, Oombash has taken on the responsibility of hunting and trapping to feed his family, including his parents, who passed on their home to him and now live next door.But Oombash’s house has poor insulation, and inspectors discovered a leaking pipe in the walls.“Sometimes I have to keep my fire going all night just to keep the house warm,” he told APTN last week, seated next to the wood stove in his home.“’Cause once it gets cold the floor gets really cold, and that’s how [the children] get sick.”Oombash still hasn’t seen the inspection results.A copy obtained by APTN says inspectors found extensive mould in the home.“If I had mould in this house I don’t think we would live in here,” Oombash said. “That’s what I was telling my parents — if there was mould in here I probably would’ve burnt it down already, anyway,” he said rhetorically.Mamakwa, who is the Critic for Indigenous Affairs, said in a March 7 letter to Ford the province “has a moral and legal obligation to act now to address the health crisis in Cat Lake.“As a signatory to Treaty 9, the province is responsible for health in First Nations communities,” he wrote.Cat Lake housing crisis. There’s no jurisdictionional ping pong here. Ontario is a signatory to Treaty 9. Cat Lake is part of Treaty 9. No more games @dougford @gregrickford #onpoli #cndpoli Housing is a #humanright #indigenous #wearepeopletoo pic.twitter.com/ZK2PDkK6DP— Sol Mamakwa MPP (@solmamakwa) February 8, 2019While there’s a disconnect between past promises and the reality on the ground in Cat Lake, families like Oombash’s are trying hard to avoid further disruption.If he gets a new house, Oombash wants to pass it on to his children.“If my house gets demolished, I asked if they could rebuild a house here, because I don’t want to leave this point,” he said, explaining his grandfather lived in the same spot, a desirable location from which you can see both sides of the lake.Oombash said he plans to teach his kids how to raise their own families. And he wants them to be able to do it in the safety and comfort of their family home.“What I know is what I want them to do, too,” he said. “I pass my traditional things on to them.”email@example.com@firstname.lastname@example.org@aptnnews
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Major automobile manufacturers are urging the Trump administration and California restart negotiations over vehicle mileage standards to prevent a legal battle.The companies sent letters Thursday to President Donald Trump and California Gov. Gavin Newsom saying a failure to reach agreement on a single national standard would create instability in the auto market.Seventeen companies including Honda, Ford and Mercedes-Benz signed on.The administration wants to roll back tougher mileage standards set to take effect by 2025 and is threatening California’s long-held ability to set its own standards. The state received a waiver in the 1970s to set its own standards due to oppressing smog and has maintained tight regulations as a means to fight climate change.The Trump administration formally broke off talks with California in February.Kathleen Ronayne, The Associated Press
The issue has cropped up a day before a meeting of the DMK MPs and MLAs to discuss the presidential poll. “A lot of preparation and effort have gone into ensuring that the TESO meet is a success. We have sent invitations to all the major political party leaders, including those in the Congress, BJP, Left, JD(U), NCP, TMC and the Shiv Sena. Leaders like Sharad Pawar, Sharad Yadav, Omar Abdullah and Ram Vilas Paswan have indicated their keenness to participate in the conference,” said a senior DMK leader. The DMK has also invited Tamil MPs from Sri Lanka. (Times of India) Indian Union home minister P Chidambaram on Sunday reportedly conveyed to DMK chief M Karunanidhi the central government’s displeasure over a move by the ally to pass a resolution to demand Tamil Eelam at a meeting of the Tamil Eelam Supporters Organisation (TESO) in Chennai on August 12.The TESO, which comprises supporters of Eelam (separate Tamil land in Sri Lanka) and was revived by Karunanidhi after three decades, is seen as a political strategy to boost the flagging morale of his party, which lost the 2011 assembly polls, as well as to reiterate his importance as a Tamil leader. But such a meeting, to be organised by a key ally of the UPA government, could prove a huge embarrassment for India, whose stated international policy is for cordial ties with Sri Lanka. The nearly half-anhour discussion between Chidambaram and Karunanidhi took place at the DMK chief’s CIT Colony residence in Chennai on Sunday. Initially, the meeting between the two leaders was described as a courtesy call ahead of the July 19 presidential poll, DMK sources later confirmed that Chidmabaram conveyed the message that the UPA government considered it ill-advisable for the DMK leader to revive the Eelam call in the state. DMK sources said Karunanidhi, too, conveyed his unhappiness with the UPA government’s stand. The meeting comes a day after the Centre issued a notification extending the ban on the LTTE.
CALGARY – The Alberta Utility Commission’s conclusion that TransAlta triggered outages at power plants to raise electricity rates is a welcome step towards fair markets, the head of the province’s utility watchdog said Tuesday.“It’s a huge win for Albertans, who deserve to benefit from a fair, efficient, openly competitive market,” said Harry Chandler, administrator of the Market Surveillance Administrator.Chandler accused TransAlta of deliberately timing outages at coal-fired power plants in Alberta at peak times in late 2010 and early 2011 in order to drive up electricity prices.In a report released Monday, Alberta’s Utility Commission agreed.During hearings held by the commission, TransAlta argued that it believed it was allowed to do that based in part on discussions with the Market Surveillance Administrator. But the commission found that TransAlta should have made further consultations before going ahead with its plan.TransAlta has said it is reviewing the ruling, and a further response could include the possibility of an appeal to the province’s highest court.Chandler said the decision provides more clarity for Alberta’s utility market going forward.“This is a watershed decision that all market participants, and even outside of Alberta, are going to pay a great deal of attention to because it gives very clear guidance on appropriate behaviour in the electricity market.”The commission said it will resume proceedings later to determine how much TransAlta benefited from the closures and what penalties to impose against the company.Jim Law, a spokesman for the commission, said it could fine up to $1 million per day per offence, plus claw back any benefits it finds TransAlta gained from any offences.Monday’s decision did not consider how much TransAlta benefited from the outages, but the Market Surveillance Administrator has accused the company of making $16 million in profits from the shutdowns.Chandler said his office expects to be actively involved in the next phase of the commission’s hearings.“We’re looking for the kind of penalty that would send a message about deterrence for this kind of behaviour,” said Chandler. Head of utility watchdog welcomes Alberta commission decision on TransAlta by Ian Bickis, The Canadian Press Posted Jul 28, 2015 3:59 pm MDT Last Updated Jul 28, 2015 at 4:46 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Sharing the picture on Twitter, Nick Roberts said he had assisted the tennis star with the self-service checkout.”Just done Rafa Nadal’s shopping for him on the self service tills on the tesco express in Wimbledon village. Surreal,” he said.He added: “It was very exciting. He bought a 6 pack of Diet Coke. Didn’t need a bag. Environmentally conscious and awesome at tennis.” Nadal played his first match of Wimbledon on MondayCredit:OLI SCARFF/AFP Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Just done Rafa Nadal’s shopping for him on the self service tills on the tesco express in Wimbledon village. Surreal. pic.twitter.com/8762fxkpOc— Nick Roberts (@followthatnick) July 4, 2017 Shoppers were surprised to see tennis player Rafael Nadal picking up his own groceries in Tesco during the Wimbledon tournament.The former Wimbledon champion was spotted in the self-service till area of the local Tesco Express.He bought six cans of Diet Coke and did not take a carrier bag, according to the fan who spotted him. Nadal was “lovely with everyone in there”, Mr Roberts said. BBC presenter Clare Balding said on Today at Wimbledon that a colleague had also seen Dustin Brown, who faces Andy Murray on Wednesday, in Marks and Spencer.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram A little over a fortnight ago, federal Finance Minister Lindsay Tanner delivered an address on behalf of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd at the Antipodes Festival. There is nothing unusual about that.What is unusual is that he delivered the entire message in Greek.Also unusual is that he did not mince his words as you would expect. There were some stumbles and a couple of mispronunciations but he quickly corrected the placement of the tonous and moved along. The gathered crowd stood and listened and wondered why this middle-aged Australian politician knew how to speak Greek so well.On the one hand, Lindsay Tanner’s efforts in learning Greek have been strategic. As the Member for Melbourne a large percentage of his constituents are Greek-speaking migrants.Many times, he says, he has had to weigh up whether it is more effective to communicate in Greek or English.“When I’ve been door knocking a lot of older Greek ladies immediately think of their Anglo son-in-laws who haven’t learned Greek and should have,” he says.“I think they see it as a sign of respect, and it is.” On the other hand, he married a Greek-Australian woman in 1992 and became that son-in-law, so decided to give it a shot.“It’s been a fantastic learning thing because you understand so much more about a different culture and society,” he says.“I think the implicit understanding it gives you of other cultures and differences and the respect that it gives you for different ethnicities and so on is really, really important.“For me it’s a matter that goes beyond just the practical advantages. There are obvious economic advantages but I think just being part of the world and being integrated into the wider world means that it’s really important for Australians know other languages and to understand other societies.” Within that learning experience, he has also learned a lot about his native tongue.“It made me realise what a shambolic language English is. People say to me, ‘it must be really hard learning Greek,’ and I say it’s not as hard as you think because unlike English the rules are logical and they stick to them, whereas in English the rules a illogical and they don’t stick to them.”In 2007 much fanfare was made over Kevin Rudd’s ability to speak Mandarin. Since he has been Prime Minister Australia’s relationship with China has been a focal point.Presumably then, if Lindsay Tanner became Prime Minister Australian-Greek relations would move beyond souvlaki, zorba and the Melbourne-Thessaloniki sister-city relationship.“I often joke with people that the fact that he learned a language that is spoken by over a billion people and I learned one that’s spoken by roughly about 20 million people probably indicates why he’s Prime Minister and I’m Finance Minister,” Tanner laughs.Now in 2010 much fanfare is being made about education reform, specifically the push for Modern Greek to be included in the national curriculum.Obviously Tanner follows the party line but it’s safe to say he’s signed the petition in spirit. “I’ve avoided expressing publicly a view about that because it’s not appropriate for me to be interfering in my cabinet colleagues’ decisions but I think it shouldn’t be too hard to work out what my personal preference is,” he says.On the issue of the Greek economy’s troubles Tanner is confident that the Papandreou government is “making the tough decisions that have got to made.” He believes that Greece’s position may stabilised as “investors can see both that the Greek government is serious about tackling the problem and also that the major European countries are taking a degree of responsibility for making sure that one way, or another, the financial crisis is resolved.”
One day after Prime Minister Antonis Samaras met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel where he set out how Athens could exit its adjustment program and cover its financing needs from next year, leftist opposition SYRIZA attacked the conservative leader saying talks in Berlin had produced zero results.“Samaras returned empty handed,” SYRIZA spokesman Panos Skourletis told Antenna TV.“For the third time… Samaras failed to live up to expectations that he himself had set,” he said adding that Merkel had made clear to the Greek PM that the debt-hit country would have to fulfill all the obligations stemming from the bailout program.Funding from the eurozone ends in December 2014 and IMF aid expires in the first quarter of 2016. That has raised questions on whether a European country should be left to the IMF’s sole supervision without any EU involvement.Source: Ekathimerini Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
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Why: Grains of Wrath Brewing recently opened in historic downtown Camas where an old auto body shop used to be. The brewing company has a variety of brews on tap with a regionally inspired food menu that offers some exclusive fare. The establishment is family-friendly and open seven days a week. What I tried: My dining companions and I started with the chips and dips. I settled on the carnitas torta, and my dining companions had the steak frites and the burger with blue cheese and bacon added to it. To drink, I tried the Lulu, which is a tart, peach golden ale and the Meadowfoam Blond, described as a Belgian blond ale, with bubble gum, clove-toasted marshmallow with local meadowfoam honey. The Lulu was refreshing, not as tart as I expected, and I liked the peach essence that it possessed. The Meadowfoam Blond was complex. I immediately identified the clove. Its flavor alluded to the holidays. The chips are made in-house and are very light and crispy. The accompanying dips consist of a pumpkin seed-based hummus sort of dip, a red spicy dip and a black bean dip. We found the most appetizing way to dip was to mix them in various combinations. The torta was made on a brioche bun stacked with a tender, juicy section of meat and black bean puree, cottage cheese, chili aioli and jalapeño and carrot escabeche. It was unique and satisfying. My dining companions found their entrees equally impressive. The burger was on par with other gourmet burgers, and the 6-ounce grilled hanger steak was smothered in an Italian herbed salsa verde and topped with crispy onions.
Valencia captain Dani Parejo feels that they deserved a “bit more” than a mere goalless draw at Manchester UnitedLos Che held United to a 0-0 draw in Tuesday night’s Group H clash in the Champions League with a solid defensive display.Valencia did gradually began to gain the upper hand over their opponents as the game wore on, but were unable to convert anything into a goal.“We played a great game, they tried long balls because they have tall players. We [could] have scored against them, but we could not. We are happy, but we deserved a bit more,” said Parejo, according to AS.After losing their first game 2-0 to Juventus, Valencia are third in Group H with a solitary point.Quiz: How much do you know about David Villa? Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to test your knowledge about Spanish legendary forward David Villa.“It is a tough group against major rivals. Here you go game by game. We’ve taken a big step. Now, to try to win the next and get on with four points,” Parejo said.📌⚽️🦇Así está la clasificación del ‘Grupo H’ de la @ChampionsLeague ⤵️#YoCreoEnEsteEquipohttps://t.co/hvvr1O4MSY— Valencia CF 🦇💯 (@valenciacf) October 2, 2018
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, September 27, 2017 – Providenciales – Come back to Turks & Caicos; come enjoy our lifestyle, our people, and our hospitality, which the world has grown to love. We are open to serve you. The Turks & Caicos Islands that the world has grown to love is still here for you to come and enjoy–our casual luxe lifestyle, our friendly people, and our warm hospitality are all waiting for you!Hurricanes Irma and Maria did not break us, they did not steal our ability to love and serve. These storms only exposed some of our vulnerabilities which we must strengthen. While the vast majority of our tourism infrastructure sustained minimal damages, several of our communities received direct hits from Irma. Indeed, this will cause some hardship over the short and medium term; however, we have persevered and came through with high spirits. Our government rededicates itself to the rebuilding process on a steady path of completion in the near future.The Turks & Caicos Islands have adapted with resilience. Our ability to foster partnerships with key agencies, locally and internationally, will accelerate the process of recovery. We continue to remain optimistically confident that we will be able to return to providing the quality and excellent service that our islands are known for. Our tourism product will continue to evolve from the experiences we have undergone, affording us the opportunity to be more creative and innovative with the goods and services we offer.Hoteliers are on schedule with their repairs and annual off-season maintenance schedules in preparation for re-opening, and have demonstrated their support for the welfare of their workers and the greater community as a whole. “Irma and Maria have provided some challenging circumstances, but circumstances that present us with opportunities to forge new relationships and strengthen existing ones,” commented Nikheel Advani, President of Turks and Caicos Hotel & Tourism Association. “We are here to serve, and serve we will”.Most international flights have resumed normal operations as at Saturday, September 23rd. The majority of the countries utilities services are back on line, and the workers are feverishly addressing those pending.As Minister of Tourism, I would like to encourage you to include Turks & Caicos Islands in your vacation plans right away. I can assure you that the warm hospitality which our islands have become synonymous with, will embrace you. You will also get some pleasure from knowing that while you are vacationing with us, you are helping us to rebuild our islands and returning normal lives to our people.So come back to the TCI, which will always be Beautiful by Nature.For further details and ongoing updates regarding the resorts, restaurants and activity schedules, please refer to our website: http://turksandcaicostourism.com/recoveryupdate Regards,Hon. Ralph L. HiggsMinister of Tourism, Environment, Gaming, Culture and HeritageTurks & Caicos Islands Government Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Photo credit: Brilliant Studios
The highly acclaimed 2015 movie The Revenant stunned audiences with its gripping story and beautiful cinematography, weaving an epic tale of resilience and revenge. Although the filmmakers took some liberties in bringing the story to life, the events shown in the movie are, remarkably, based on true events.The Revenant was inspired by the story of Hugh Glass, an American frontiersman, fur trapper and explorer who operated around the Upper Missouri River in the early 19th century.Illustration of Hugh Glass and his legendary bear attack published at the time for a newspaper.According to Encyclopedia Britannica, in 1823 he was working as a guide for General William Henry Ashley, who intended to lead a fur trading expedition up the Missouri River.Expeditions of this kind were a dangerous endeavor. Fur trapping parties were at risk of attack from Arikara warriors, and Ashley’s party soon suffered an assault that killed 15 people. Glass himself was wounded in the attack, which would be the catalyst for the Arikara War.However, the risk of conflict was not the only danger facing the fur trading party. This region, in modern-day South Dakota, was wild country, populated by fearsome grizzly bears.The 200 mile route of the 1823 odyssey by Glass.These great beasts could rise over 12 feet tall and typically weighed around three quarters of a ton. An encounter with a grizzly left little chance of survival.One day, while scouting ahead of the rest of the party, Glass accidentally stumbled on a grizzly bear and her two cubs. He fired a shot straight into her chest, but the bear continued her attack.A century after the events unfolded, the Milwaukee Journal published an article about the exploits of Hugh Glass.According to The Telegraph, Glass was just able to hold her off with his hunting knife until his companions caught up with him and managed to kill the bear.Glass was semi-unconscious, bleeding heavily and had suffered serious wounds on his limbs and torso, in addition to a fractured leg. His companions believed there was little hope of survival, and so they made him comfortable and waited for the inevitable. Take a closer look with the following video:The next day, Glass showed little sign of improvement, but he clung persistently to life. Torn between a sense of loyalty to Glass and the need to move the company away from Arikara territory before they were attacked again, the leader of the group decided to pay two men to remain behind with Glass until he died.Arikara warriorThese men were John Fitzgerald and a youth named Jim Bridger. They stayed with Glass for a week, but as the days passed, and Glass continued to struggle on, Fitzgerald became increasingly anxious.He convinced Bridger to abandon Glass, arguing that there was no sense in all three men losing their lives. They took all the supplies and tools, leaving Glass utterly alone and defenseless.Incredibly, Glass regained consciousness and gradually began to recover his strength. Initially he was unable to stand, but successfully dragged himself to a nearby river where he survived on water and whatever roots and berries he could find.Some mountain men maintained a close relationship with the Native American tribesAccording to The Telegraph, he was forced to set his own broken leg, and allowed maggots to eat away at the dead flesh of his wounds to prevent gangrene. Later he feasted on the rotting meat of abandoned kills, and little by little, he began to drag himself towards the nearest settlement, Fort Kiowa, a staggering 250 miles away.As the days passed, Glass grew stronger and was finally able to stand. One day he interrupted a group of wolves that had just killed a buffalo calf, and he knew that this would determine his survival. He chased away the pack and feasted on the carcass for several days.Cheyenne River Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Glass’s survival journey did not take place in the cold season, nor did it involve tall mountain ranges. Photo by Spencer CC BY-SA 2.5Eventually he came to the Cheyenne River, where he was able to fashion a raft and float downstream to Fort Kiowa. At the forefront of his mind was the image of the faces of the two men who had abandoned him; he was determined to survive just in order to look them in the eye and have his revenge.Finally, after six weeks of travel, Glass came to Fort Kiowa. Having recuperated from his ordeal, he was determined to seek out Fitzgerald and Bridger. He first encountered Bridger, but took mercy on him when he realized the boy’s youth and remorse for what he had done, under Fitzgerald’s instruction.This life-size Hybrid Metal Art sculpture features Hugh Glass being mauled by a Grizzly Bear. Photo byJohn Lee Lopez CC BY-SA 4.0However, Glass was still consumed by rage against Fitzgerald. When he finally caught up with him, he discovered that Fitzgerald had signed up as a scout in the US army, making him effectively untouchable. Glass vowed that the day Fitzgerald left the army he would no longer be safe, and that he would pursue him to his death.But Glass was never able to fulfill this promise. He returned to life as a guide and fur trapper, and eventually met his end at the hands of the Arikara in 1833. Although his life was cut short, Hugh Glass is remembered throughout the United States for his incredible feat of survival.Read another story from us: William Wallace – The True Story Behind Scotland’s Most Famous HeroThere are no written sources from Glass himself concerning his ordeal, and the earliest written record is an account published in the literary journal The Portfolio. It is impossible to know how much of the story is fact, and how much is literary embellishment.Nevertheless, it remains a timeless tale of endurance, tenacity and retribution, and it continues to resonate with readers and audiences today.
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Bangkok, Thailand – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazineGracing Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River, Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa opened on November 1, 2011, rounding out the luxury hotel group’s Thailand properties. Located on 11 acres of exotic landscaped grounds, the one-of-a-kind resort offers the lush tranquility of a secluded hideaway, while simultaneously placing guests in close proximity to all the excitement of Bangkok.The riverside hotel’s 407 guest rooms, including 97 suites, are decked in a Thai-inspired contemporary style and feature private balconies with garden or river views. Luxury accommodations are stocked with all the modern musts, from LCD TVs and DVD players to iPod docks and Internet access, and the 24-hour in-room dining service caters to your cravings no matter the time of day or night. Book the Suan Luang Suite, the hotel’s palatial penthouse, for an incomparable stay—it’s also the perfect spot for a private party or business gathering.Swaying palms and fragrant blooms set the scene by the generous swimming pool, where guests can enjoy delicious cocktails from the swim-up bar, followed by some quality time in the heated Jacuzzi. Take a Thai cooking class (complete with a trip to the local markets for fresh, aromatic ingredients), while your children play at the kids’ club. The on-site spa is a haven for lovers; treatments can be experienced side by side in a spacious double suite with a large tub, leading out onto a private garden courtyard with rain shower and traditional sala.When you’re not sampling the Bangkok restaurants and savory street bites recommended by the resort’s “streetwise guru” concierge, you’ll have a choice of 10 restaurants and bars on-property. Head to Trader Vic’s for expertly rendered Pacific Rim fare, enjoy vibrant teppanyaki cooking shows at Japanese steak house Benihana and Italian gastronomy in a Tuscan villa setting at Brio. For the best of Thai cuisine, take a dining cruise on an antique rice barge, and indulge while gliding by Bangkok’s famous sites. The exclusive Dining by Design program invites guests to collaborate with a personal chef and choose their own idyllic locale for candlelit culinary intimacy.www.anantara.com
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Shakira defends her song against plagiarism in Spanish court by The Associated Press Posted Mar 27, 2019 7:00 am PDT Colombian singers Shakira, right, and Carlos Vives, background, arrive at court in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Shakira and Vives have previously rejected allegations made by a Cuban-born singer and producer that they had plagiarized his work in their award-winning music hit “La Bicicleta”. (AP Photo) MADRID — Colombian singers Shakira and Carlos Vives have appeared in a Madrid court to answer allegations by a Cuban-born singer and producer that they plagiarized his work in their award-winning hit “La Bicicleta”.Shakira smiled as she entered the court in downtown Madrid on Wednesday. She didn’t answer reporters’ questions.Shakira and Vives have previously rejected the allegations by Livan Rafael Castellanos that “La Bicicleta” — which means “The Bicycle” in English — contains lyrics, rhythm and melody similar to those of his 1997 song, “Yo te quiero tanto.”“La Bicicleta” won two of the three biggest Grammy Latino awards for 2016, including song and record of the year.Vives told reporters he welcomed the chance to clear his name.The Associated Press
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