No where to go Indigenous people recount losses in Wood Buffalo National

first_imgAn extensive report done on Wood Buffalo National Park contains testimony from Indigenous people in the area. Here are a few examples of what they said:Matthew Lepine: For birds, I have nowhere to go in fall, spring, summer for eggs … they are gone. There are places you cannot travel at all. In some places you can smell the stale water. We still try to go to those places, hoping there is water. We get little pitiful (muskrats) now. It’s all we have left. They are hardly even edible.Jocelyn Marten: Now it’s just a lot of algae. Oh my God, more algae than anything else! Come see in June, July, August the three lakes called Frog Lakes where we used to spend summer. That was one of the main nesting areas for ducks and (coots) and fish. You can’t even go there now these years with a boat. You can’t run a motor in there.Larry Marten: (Birds) tour around the delta on account of the oil plants. Just a few come in. Even if we have the water we will never have the birds as we used to as the oil plants won’t move. Migratory birds are using different routes because of the plants and no water. Where we used to hunt birds … I used to drive my dogs or use a snow machine. Now there is nothing!Gerald Gibot: In the past the ice was blue ice, white, like glass. It really thickened. Now it’s a foam ice. There is a lot of air in the ice. It’s not good ice like when I was growing up. You cannot really just cross anywhere without double-checking ice. It’s like a slush in a gas station. The ice is similar to that. I worked on the ice for 17 years on the ice roads going to Fort McMurray. I know ice.Ron Campbell: We are getting so used to the smell from industry. I’ll go back when I was a kid. Every day I’d walk from school. In March, when it starts warming up, you get a south wind and then you know spring is coming. That is when (you) get sulphur and other odours in the air from the tar sands. Now all through summer we get that smell every time there is a south wind. You get a funny feeling when you check the (fish) net. Some are deformed and have sores on them. You don’t have an appetite to eat them.Sloan Whiteknife: Even the moose are less now. And when we go hunting at Birch River I found out that moose are going away because they have less feed. It’s very hard for animals, even young ones after they feed from mom. The moose teach them how to eat. There are no small willows so it’s hard for them. The moose get hungry and skinny and calves are not full grown. The wolf has a better chance to kill them.Source: Strategic Environmental Assessment of Wood Buffalo National Parklast_img read more

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The Latest Britons face quotas in Switzerland

LONDON — The Latest on Britain’s impending departure from the European Union (all times local):12:15 p.m.Switzerland’s government says it will set a quota on the number of Britons who can come live and work in the rich Alpine country if Britain has a “disorderly” departure from the European Union.The executive Federal Council on Wednesday set a limit of 3,500 Britons who can live and work in Switzerland in case of a “no deal” Brexit on March 29, putting them among other non-EU citizens who face similar quotas by nationality.The council based its decision on Swiss economic and regional interests, and constitutional requirements. The quotas would not apply to tens of thousands of Britons already living in Switzerland.Britons currently face no such limit as they fall under a bilateral Swiss-EU deal on free movement of people.The move exemplifies bureaucratic hassles that non-EU countries like Switzerland face in adapting to a no-deal Brexit scenario.___10:25 a.m.The British government is downplaying a report that its chief Brexit negotiator said lawmakers will have to choose between backing Prime Minister Theresa May’s unpopular divorce deal and a delay to the U.K.’s exit from the European Union.An ITV News correspondent says he overheard negotiator Olly Robbins in a Brussels bar saying the government would ask Parliament in late March to back her agreement, rejected by lawmakers last month, or seek an extension to the Brexit deadline.Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay said Wednesday the government is not planning a delay, saying “the prime minister has been very clear that we are committed to leaving on March 29.”If no deal is approved by the British and European parliaments before March 29, the U.K. faces a messy sudden Brexit.The Associated Press read more

Fighting in DR Congo exposes children to forced recruitment exploitation – UN

The situation of children in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has gone from bad to worse, with 60,000 people newly driven from their homes by fighting in North Kivu province, exposing youngsters to the dangers of forced recruitment and sexual exploitation, according to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). “Separation of children from the parents always puts children at risk,” UNICEF’s Chief of Field Operations for the DRC Julien Harneis said. “Then you’ve got the creation of spontaneous camps, which leads to measles, cholera and the recruitment of children into armed groups.” The challenges posed by forced child recruitment are vast, UNICEF said. “Children are taken by militias against their will and used as porters and fighters or, in the case of girls, for sexual exploitation. There is also great risk, of course, of injury and death from violence and battle,” it added. The agency has received a report of 54 cases of children recruited in northeast Kivu “and to the west we’ve heard that there’s forced recruitment of all males over the age of 15,” Mr. Harneis said. “In the last couple of weeks, we believe that hundreds of children have been recruited into militias, which brings the total number of cases to well over 1,000.” Upwards of 8,000 children have been separated from militias. In most cases, these former child soldiers are returned to their communities, but Mr. Harneis said that for many ex-soldiers the story does not end there. Many fall prey to re-recruitment or banditry. “Eventually, they will get separated from the armed groups. But then they face issues related to alienation from their community. These children haven’t been educated and their skills aren’t appropriate to civilian life,” he warned. UNICEF is addressing these problems by supporting a comprehensive reintegration programme for 5,500 former child soldiers who have already returned to their community, but due to the current intense fighting between the army, renegade troops and rebels, the environment is too insecure in many parts of North Kivu to implement the programme. The agency and its partners are also stepping up efforts to provide much needed vaccinations, nutritional supplements, water and sanitation aids and shelter to the newly displaced people now living in camps and makeshift shelters. It is currently impossible to be sure how many children are at risk for being re-recruited once they are removed from the armed groups. “Several hundred children have been recruited in the last couple of weeks,” Mr. Harneis said. “How many of them have been re-recruited? We don’t have access to these areas, so we cannot ascertain at the moment the exact origin of these recruits. What we do know is that about 5,500 children in the area have previously been in armed groups – and they are all at risk for re-recruitment.” 19 September 2007The situation of children in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has gone from bad to worse, with 60,000 people newly driven from their homes by fighting in North Kivu province, exposing youngsters to the dangers of forced recruitment and sexual exploitation, according to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). read more

United to begin flights from Denver to Hobbs New Mexico

HOBBS, N.M. — United Airlines has announced it will begin direct flights to Denver from a southeastern New Mexico county airport in the heart of New Mexico’s booming oil region.The Hobbs News-Sun reports the airline and Lea County officials say the flights from Hobbs will start Oct. 27. The announcement comes as county officials seek to double the passenger holding area at Lea County Regional Airport.Hobbs Mayor Sam Cobb says the new direct flights show confidence in the robust and growing economy of the Permian Basin.United’s nonstop flights to Denver International Airport into the Permian Basin will be operated as United Express service six days per week.United is also scheduled to continue to operate two daily nonstop flights from Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport. There will be one flight that operates to and from Houston on Saturdays.The Associated Press read more

Anigwe powers No 18 Cal women past San Diego 7053

SAN DIEGO — Kristine Anigwe scored 25 points and grabbed 16 rebounds as the No. 18 California women capped its San Diego Thanksgiving Tournament by beating the host Toreros, 70-53 on Saturday.Sydney Shepard hit a 3-pointer with :01 left in the first half to pull San Diego even at intermission, 29-29.Asha Thomas made two layups and Jaelyn Brown hit two free throws to push Cal into a 37-30 advantage early in the third quarter and an Anigwe jumper with 2:15 left made it 44-34. Alaysia Styles’ jumper as time expired at the end of the period made it 51-37.Anigwe hit 10 of 16 from the field and 5 of 10 from the line and was the lone Bear to reach double figures, but Cal had 10 players figure in the scoring and got 24 points from its bench.Madison Pollock put up 19 points for San Diego (2-3), with Sydney Hunter adding 13.Cal improved to 6-0 to start the season.The Associated Press read more

LaQuinton Ross lategame heroics send Buckeyes to the Elite 8

There were stretches of the season when LaQuinton Ross seldom saw the court, but Thursday the sophomore forward was the reason the Buckeyes’ season didn’t come to an end. Ross’ 3-pointer with 2.1 seconds remaining gave the Buckeyes a 73-70 victory and advanced OSU to the Elite 8 for the second consecutive year. The Buckeyes had to overcome a first-half hole to get there, though. It was largely behind the offense of Deshaun Thomas that the Buckeyes were able to dig themselves out. Behind the junior forward’s 20 points, OSU employed a second-half surge to beat the Wildcats at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The win marks back-to-back years that the Buckeyes have made it to the NCAA Tournament’s Elite 8 and the third year they’ve made it since Matta’s arrival in 2004. While OSU’s scoring began with a basket from Thomas, Arizona responded with a 10-2 run to pull ahead early, 10-4, with 15:46 to play in the period. Behind senior guard Mark Lyons and his 10 first-half points, the Wildcats shot 50 percent from the field and, in particular, used a lethal 3-point assault to stave off a Buckeye squad that struggled to find little – if any – momentum. Despite Arizona sinking 63 percent of shots from behind the arc, OSU coach Thad Matta and his crew trotted into halftime down just 38-34, thanks to Thomas and his 16-point outburst in the first 20 minutes. It didn’t take long for the rest of OSU to catch on. The Buckeyes roared out of the gates on a 10-0 run thanks to sophomore forward Sam Thompson, junior guards Lenzelle Smith Jr. and Aaron Craft and even sophomore center Amir Williams – who swatted away a shot on one end of the floor before snatching a rebound over two defenders and going up for the jam on the other. Conversely, in that span, Arizona found scoring to be a more troubling endeavor than it was in the first. In fact, the Wildcats wouldn’t make a basket until freshman forward Brandon Ashley connected on a short jumper a the 14:40 mark of the second half. The struggles for Sean Miller’s squad didn’t end there, as Arizona could only muster five points the first nine minutes of the second period and trailed the Buckeyes by as many as 10 after leading all but 33 seconds in the first half. The Wildcats responded, though, cutting the OSU lead to 60-57 after Lyons buried a trey with 6:33 to play. With 21.8 seconds to play, Lyons tied the game at 70 after making a driving layup despite being fouled, then making the ensuing free throw. All of it, though, was not enough. Surging late for the Buckeyes was sophomore forward LaQuinton Ross, who scored 14 of his 17 points in the game’s final eight minutes. Ultimately, Ross’ 3-pointer with two seconds to play sealed OSU’s victory. The Buckeyes (29-7) are set to play Saturday in the Elite 8. They will face the winner of No. 13 seed La Salle and No. 9 seed Wichita State at 7:05 p.m. ET. read more

Too posh for pop Arts Council must give less money to elitist

first_imgHe said: “I’ve been hearing the word ‘posh’ in relation to opera for 30 years. Very few people in opera are posh – certainly not the performers. It’s b——-.“This is a simply a case of Mr Dugher not knowing what he’s talking about. He’s the latest in a long line of people presuming to tell everyone that opera is not for them.”Streetwise Opera, a charity working with people who have experienced or are at risk of homelessness, receives £100,000 per year in Arts Council funding. Its latest production, Tell Me The Truth About Love, opens at Sage Gateshead on Saturday with tickets costing a maximum of £16. The Arts Council is spending too much money on “posh” opera and giving other music genres a raw deal, a leading figure in the British music industry has claimed.For every £1 awarded to pop music, £8 goes to opera companies – a situation that is “manifestly unjust” according to UK Music, the umbrella organisation that represents the commercial music industry.Michael Dugher, the former Labour MP and chief executive of UK Music, complained that the Arts Council risks being seen as “too posh for pop” and called for an urgent review of funding arrangements.However, opera companies disagreed, with one opera chief describing Mr Dugher’s comments as “b——-“.Over the next five years, opera will receive grants totalling more than £228 million via the Arts Council’s National Portfolio, with classical music receiving £85 million. Pop music will receive around £28 million, while jazz, world music, folk, brass band and choral organisations are further down the scale. His comments got short shrift from opera companies. Michael Volpe, general director of Holland Park Opera, said: “Opera companies get a lot of money, perhaps more than they ought to, and that’s an ongoing argument.“But pop has access to regular, primetime radio and television in a way that no other art form does, not to mention global media companies promoting it endlessly. Kids are exposed to it every minute of every day.”Volpe recently introduced a group of inner city London teenagers to opera in a film, Hip Hop to Opera, currently available on BBC iPlayer. Rey Trombetta, Streetwise’s marketing manager, said: “We absolutely don’t believe that opera is elitist. Our audiences feature a lot of people who have never attended an opera before they came to see us.“When he talks about ‘posh’ opera, Mr Dugher is certainly not talking about us.”An Arts Council spokesman said UK Music’s figures only covered grants awarded via its National Portfolio and did not include spending on cultural education.center_img 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. Mr Dugher said the figures showed “shocking disparities” and called for a review. “The Arts Council risks giving the impression that it is elitist and too posh for pop.“Public funds should be used to broaden the appeal of the arts, particularly among the young, and make every aspect of our fantastic culture more inclusive,” he said.last_img read more

This countrys gone wild with exaggeration Rabbitte says the FOI issues been

first_imgCOMMUNICATIONS MINISTER PAT Rabbitte has said there’s been too much “hyperbole” and “exaggeration” in the debate surrounding the Freedom of Information Act.Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin yesterday withdrew a proposed Government amendment to the Bill, as a result of what he said was “confusion and misinterpretation” of its intention.The planned changes would have seen charges for FOI requests soar. They included proposals to split one request for information from different divisions of the same body into separate requests, and charge €15 for each.The National Union of Journalists had described the proposals as “contrary to the spirit” of the legislation and said there was a danger they could make the system unaffordable.Howlin now intends to bring forward a new amendment aimed at clarifying the issue of multiple fees.Speaking on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland, Rabbitte said: “It’s very sad to have to listen to academics on this and every other programme talk about killing off the Freedom of Information Act.”He added:“This country has gone wild with exaggeration.”“The purpose of Brendan Howlin’s amendment was to acknowledge that detailed hours of work are put in respect of some requests, and that he was imposing a modest charge for that, given the circumstances we were in.“For any citizen that wants personal information it’s entirely free. For journalists who want relevant information in the public interest, you know the position.The Minister was critical of what he called “omnibus requests that haven’t any connection with each other,” saying many media outlets were merely “trawling for ‘something that might turn up and it will keep us in business’”.“It costs an enormous amount of money to pursue that kind of thing.”Rabbitte said that some of the criticism of the Government’s stance was “just not worthy of respectable public discourse”.Read: Government backtracks on FOI Bill amendment on chargesRead: “Experts aren’t always right” – Taoiseach defends FOI bill>Read: Minister Brendan Howlin describes increased FOI fee as a “token charge” >last_img read more

Celtic winger insists team must reduce mistake to start winning games

first_imgCeltic winger Lewis Morgan believes the team must cut down their mistakes if they’re to make it to the next round of the UEFA Europa League.Brendan Rodgers’ side suffered a disappointing 2-0 loss to RB Leipzig in Germany on Wednesday leaving them just three points in Group B.Celtic team to stop gifting opposition teams silly goals, which in this game saw the players lose confidence and then quickly concede a killer second.The Scottish champions were the better team for the first 30 minutes until Eboue Kouassi and Dedryck Boyata made errors which led to Liepzig’s opener.Morgan said, according to HeraldScotland:Mikey Johnston, CelticJohnston is disappointed after being injured Manuel R. Medina – September 11, 2019 Celtic winger Mikey Johnston was disappointed to miss Scotland Under 21 national team’s victories over San Marino and Croatia, and he hopes he can return to play soon.“One mistake has hurt us and that’s what happens at this level. They are a top side and made the most of an error. But there are positives to take.”“That first half hour was good, we limited their chances in the second half, we have changed our structure and if we had taken out chances then we would have made it more uncomfortable for them at the end.”“We were close to a goal early on. Odsonne has done really well to get into a good position and his shot goes just wide. We did have chances, we just didn’t take, it’s the small margins which make the difference.”“We can get a result at Celtic Park. We know we can go toe to toe with them.”“It’s a frustrating night but these are games you want to play in, it’s why I wanted to come to Celtic. We have a big European night and then it’s a semi-final on Sunday. This is what we want.”last_img read more

Mbappe Im following Arsenal from afar

first_imgKylian Mbappe revealed that he’s keeping a keen eye on Unai Emery’s progress at Arsenal this seasonThe teenage superstar spent his first season at Paris Saint-Germain playing under Emery, where they won a domestic treble.However, PSG’s last-16 exit in the Champions League to Real Madrid proved to be the final straw for chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi – who decided to bring in Thomas Tuchel as the club’s new coach in the summer.Emery shortly afterwards was announced as Arsene Wenger’s successor at Arsenal.Although Mbappe, who at one point was closely linked with a move to the Gunners himself, has nothing but respect and gratitude towards Emery.Jadon SanchoMerson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“I have a lot of respect for this man even if he did not succeed in Paris,” Mbappe told France Football.“He won titles before and I hope he wins them again after. I sent him a congratulatory message when he signed for Arsenal, and now I am following from afar.”“I do not forget that he helped me adapt to this big team, which was not easy.”Mbappe won the inaugural Kopa Trophy on Monday night in Paris as the world’s best U-21 male player.last_img read more

Signup Begins Today for Oilseed Payment Program

first_imgThe American Soybean Association (ASA) is reminding producers that the signup period for the 2000 Oilseed Payment Program begins today. This ASA supported program authorizes $500 million in payments to producers of soybeans and other oilseeds. The benefit to soybean producers is estimated to be about 14 cents per bushel.”The Oilseed Payment Program is a result of ASA’s efforts to help soybean producers partially offset low prices,” said ASA President Tony Anderson, a soybean producer from Mount Sterling, Ohio. “The Oilseed Payment is very valuable to soybean producers and everyone who qualifies should take full advantage of this program.”To be eligible for the 2000 Oilseed Program, a producer must share in the production of soybeans or other eligible oilseeds that were planted in 2000. Payments will be based on the higher of the producer’s 1997, 1998, or 1999 acreage and proven or county average yield. Only producers who planted soybeans or other eligible oilseeds for the first time in 2000 can use their 2000 acreage and yield for payment purposes.A farm with 400 acres, with a 38 bushel per acre yield, can expect to get about $2,128 from this program at the projected payment rate for soybeans of $0.14 per bushel. The actual payment rate may be more or less than the projected rate and will be determined after signup results are available. ASA estimates that about $371 million or nearly 75 percent of the total program benefits could be paid to farmers based on their production of soybeans.Producers can sign up for this program or obtain additional information at their local Farm Service Agency office or USDA Service Center.last_img read more

BNP cannot but demonstrate for polls under neutral govt

first_imgMoudud AhmedBangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) does not see any alternative to organising a mass upsurge to compel the government to hold the next general elections under a non-party neutral administration.”This government doesn’t believe in a peaceful negotiation with the opposition. That’s why we don’t have any other option but to wage a movement to force the government to hold the next polls under a neutral administration,” senior leader Moudud Ahmed said on Friday.Speaking at a discussion, he further said, “We’ll have to take preparation both for the movement and the election together. I believe our demand will be met through a mass upsurge.”Zia Sangskritik Sangstha (ZISAS) arranged the programme at the Jatiya Press Club marking the 82nd birth anniversary of BNP founder Ziaur Rahman.Moudud, a BNP standing committee member, said the government is mainly working to annihilate the BNP and suppress its leaders and activists. “They’re also giving Rab and police training as to how to repress their opponents.”He said their party wants to restore democracy, people’s voting and other rights and the rule of law. “We must wage a movement under the leadership of Khaleda Zia to restore people’s rights and impendence of the judiciary,” he said.The BNP leader alleged that the government is unwilling to hold a fair and credible election in fear of facing a debacle.He regretted that the ministers are apparently in a competition to lie as they are doing negative and immoral politics.Moudud also warned that the ministers and the ruling party leaders will have to pay a heavy price someday for spreading lies among the new generation.UNB also reports: Describing Awami League as the beneficiary of the 1/11 political changeover, BNP senior leader Abdullah Al Noman on Friday alleged that the party is now trying to restore one-party rule by establishing its unilateral control on politics.”The country now lacks democracy. Awami League which is the beneficiary of the 1/11 has already snatched people’s all the basic rights. The party is making efforts to establish its unilateral supremacy on politics to restore one-party Baksal rule. But our party wants a democratic government and the good governance,” he said.Speaking at a human chain programme, the BNP leader further said, “We’re ready to engage in talks for the restoration of democracy. We’ll also wage a movement, if necessary, as we won’t make any compromise on the issue of reinstatement of democracy.”Jatiya Ganotantrik Mancha arranged the programme demanding the withdrawal of all the ‘false’ cases filed against BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia and senior vice chairman Tarique Rahman.Noman, a BNP vice chairman, warned that people will foil the government’s all plots to burry democracy by casting their ballots in favour of BNP in the next general election. “Awami League will be thrown into the dustbin of history if people can exercise their voting rights in the next polls as ballot is stronger than bullet.”He also said the government will neither be able to eliminate BNP nor suppress people with its repressive acts.The BNP leader urged the government to come to the path of understanding shunning repressive acts to hold a fair and meaningful election under a non-party neutral administration.He also urged the people of all walks of life to get united to restore democracy by establishing a pro-people government through the 11th parliamentary polls.last_img read more

IS claims London attack

first_imgFloral tributes flank a photograph of police officer Keith Palmer, who was killed during the terror incident at the Houses of Parliament in London, on Whitehall in central London near the Houses of Parliament on 23 March, 2017 the day after the 22 March terror attack in Westminster. Photo: AFPThe Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for an attack in London that killed three people, the Amaq propaganda agency linked to the jihadist organisation said on Thursday.The claim marks the first time the group has taken responsibility for an attack in Britain.“The perpetrator of yesterday’s attack in front of the British parliament was a soldier of the Islamic State and the operation was carried out in response to calls to target coalition countries,” Amaq said citing a “security source.”Britain is a member of the US-led coalition fighting IS in Iraq and Syria that the jihadist group has urged its followers to target with attacks.The London assault on Wednesday afternoon saw the perpetrator ram a car along the pavement on Westminster Bridge, a busy traffic route that is also a popular tourist spot with its views of parliament and its Big Ben clock tower.After ploughing down several people on the bridge, the attacker crashed the car into the railings outside parliament and then tried to enter the building, stabbing a policeman with a large knife. Armed officers shot the attacker dead.The attack killed two members of the public and a police officer, and at least 30 people were wounded.Seven people were in critical condition after suffering “catastrophic” injuries.British Prime Minister Theresa May said Thursday that the attacker was “British born” and had been investigated “some years ago… in relation to concerns about violent extremism.”The London attack came a year to the day after suicide attacks claimed by IS killed 32 people and wounded more than 340 others in Brussels.last_img read more

R74 road between Colenso and Weenen closed once again

first_imgThe R74 road between Colenso and Weenen is closed once again.This is due to a service delivery protest that started on Thursday.Also read: Engineering Department workers go on strikeMotorists are urged to stay clear of the area and use alternative routes. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img

Signature Media is dedicating the next issue of LA

first_imgSignature Media is dedicating the next issue of LATTE‘s sister publication, Signature Luxury Travel & Style magazine, to romance, and we need your help and expertise to curate a list of the world’s best romantic experiences.We’re looking for the places that have enchanted you or your clients. Is it a champagne picnic under the Eiffel Tower? A Balinese hideaway amid the rice terraces of Ubud? A private island escape in the Maldives? Or perhaps a bed under the stars on an African safari?Tell us the destinations and experiences that have inspired you (or your clients) to feel the love, and you’ll have the chance to be featured in the spring Romance Issue of Signature Luxury Travel & Style magazine.Send your answers to ameliahungerford@signaturemedia.com to share the love.last_img read more

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