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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte compares his anti-drug campaign to the Holocaust, saying he would be happy to kill as many drug addicts as Hitler did Jews.
compares drug war to Holocaust
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has compared his anti-drug campaign to
the Holocaust, saying he would kill as many addicts as Hitler did Jews.
"Hitler massacred three million Jews... there's three million drug
addicts. I'd be happy to slaughter them," he said. At least six million
Jews as well as other minorities are known to have been killed by the Nazis.
Mr Duterte has overseen a bloody crackdown on drug users and dealers since
taking office in June. Official figures say more than 3,000 people have been
killed in police operations or by vigilantes. The bodies of those killed are
often left out in public, with signs listing the crimes they were accused of.
The president has openly said he would "kill 100,000 criminals" to
reduce crime in the
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Wednesday the US Congress voted for a law allowing families of nearly 3,000
people killed in the attacks to sue. In doing so they overrode a veto by
President Barack Obama, who said it would set a "dangerous
precedent". Fifteen of the 19 hijackers that day were Saudi nationals,
but the kingdom has denied any role in the attacks. In a statement, the
country's foreign ministry said: "The erosion of sovereign immunity will
have a negative impact on all nations, including the
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leaders extol the life and legacy of former Israeli leader Shimon Peres, one
of the country's founding fathers, at his state funeral in
leaders have hailed the vision of the late Israeli leader, Shimon Peres, as he
is laid to rest three days after he died at the age of 93. Israeli Prime
Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described him as "a great man of the
world", as he led the eulogies. US President Barack Obama said the
presence of Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas at the funeral was a reminder of
the "unfinished business of peace". Mr Abbas was among dozens of
foreign dignitaries attending in
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France is carrying out operations against so-called Islamic State in Iraq from the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle, reports say.
Man in Trudeau selfie linked to RCMP terror investigation
News/Radio-Canada has learned that the man in a December 2015 selfie with
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is one of at least four
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News - The worries about a suspect in a terror investigation seen
posing for a selfie last year with the prime minister go far beyond
the anxiety of how he got that close. A joint CBC News/Radio-Canada
investigation has learned that the man is one of at least four
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10 years after De la Concorde overpass collapse, a witness remembers Inquiry into overpass collapse warns Quebec other structures at risk NEW De la Concorde overpass: Over the years Concrete slab collapses in Montreal tunnel De la Concorde collapse: Victim's wife disappointed with lack of action Alain Perreault found guilty of 1st-degree murder Lyne Massicotte murder trial: Victim's muddy car found abandoned in Old Quebec U.S. journalists Theo Curtis, Matt Schrier held hostage by Canadians in Syria Singer Cyndi Lauper calls pit bull ban a 'sad day for Montreal' as thousands threaten to boycott city Judicial review of Montreal pit bull bylaw to be heard Monday Pit bulls being brought to Nova Scotia after Montreal ban More Headlines RECAP Canada takes World Cup title after furious comeback in final minutes Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue residents, mayor rally to save hose tower Montreal fire department chief steps down Federal health minister's talk of health-care efficiencies called 'trap' by Quebec minister Anglophones, immigrants in worse health than francophones in the Eastern Townships Public asked to help locate killer of 'proud and beautiful' ostrich in Saint-Eustache Police told Villa Maria girls they were 'asking for harassment' with short skirts, student says read 46comments Habs' Andrew Shaw barred 3 pre-season games for boarding Judicial review of pit bull bylaw to be heard same day rules go into effect video 'It's wonderful to be home,' Homa Hoodfar says after landing in Montreal 'A great man': Canadian politicians arrive in Israel for Shimon Peres funeral How effective is the flu shot? Quebec's public health institute to investigate Deforestation concerns voiced during hearings into Hydro-Québec project Quebec to invest $12M in safe injection sites
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Daylight Savings Time (November 6)
many of us rejoice at the thought of getting an extra hour of sleep, the
upcoming end of Daylight Savings Time (November 6) where we move our clocks
back an hour, typically leaves us feeling more tired than usual and blue!
Here are 5 tips that can help you get through the time change with ease: 1. Keep
a consistent sleep and wake time. Being consistent allows your body to get
into a pattern. 2. Take Dream
Water, a natural sleep aid, 30 minutes before bed to help you fall asleep,
stay asleep and wake up feeling refreshed! 3. In
the week leading up to the time change, start gradually moving your bed time
earlier in 15 minute increments. This way your body will be better adjusted to
the time change, and you won't feel as tired that following week! 4. Avoid
electronics an hour before bed. The light they emit can disturb your sleep and
keep you up. 5. Try getting some sunlight
or bright light first thing in the morning! It will help your body adjust and
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UST IN TIME FOR THE END OF DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME...
POPULAR AUTHOR, SANDRA V. FEDER'S - THE MOON INSIDE - HELPS CHILDREN STRUGGLING WITH FEAR OF THE DARK
bedtime story, tuck in covers, find favorite stuffed animal, sing favorite
song, retuck covers, soothe and reassure. Repeat. Turn out lights.
Turn back on lights. Repeat. This summarizes the bedtime struggle
many parents face, especially when their child is afraid of the dark. After
Daylight Saving Time ends it will get darker earlier and earlier. Many
parents dread helping their children through this transition, but now there's
help. The Moon Inside, a beautifully illustrated picture book, gives children
the tools to embrace the nighttime rather than fear it – which is especially
important as we turn the clocks back at the end of Daylight Saving Time and
more of a young child's waking hours are enveloped in darkness. Author Sandra
V. Feder, a mother of three, witnessed her own children struggle with fear of
the dark. As darkness fell, she watched them go through the house turning on
lights to make the dark go away. However, she noticed that when they
were outside when dusk came, they were less afraid. Sandra used this lesson to
create the character of Ella who learns an appreciation of nighttime by
learning to connect with nature as her mother encourages her to look at the
soft glow of the moon and the fireflies dancing in the night. She also
encourages her to listen to the sounds of the night – crickets chirping and
the wind in the trees. As the story gently proceeds, Ella gradually
comes to feel more comfortable by embracing what shines in the night. A copy
of THE MOON INSIDE is available upon request. We appreciate your
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that helping children embrace new parts of their worlds at a young age is
important for their continued development. She's also a big believer in
celebrating the natural creativity children have, so that the wonderful
imaginations they possess when they are young can still be accessed when they
are older and more afraid of final exams than the dark. Growing up
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Lectures in Western Canada on
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20, 2016) This week, two clinicians from The Children's Hospital of
Philadelphia will be presenting lectures at Canadian hospitals and
universities on cutting-edge lymphatic treatments and proton therapy for
targeted treatment in pediatric cancer care. Yoav Dori, MD, PhD, is a
pediatric cardiologist and co-director of the Center for Lymphatic Imaging and
Interventions at The Children's
ON (September 2016)— Thanks to the Canadian Garden Council and a
generous donation from Vesey’s Bulbs of PEI, 150 communities and
organizations from coast to coast have been selected to receive a spectacular
150th Celebration Garden.
Each garden consists of 1,000 red and white tulip bulbs to be planted this fall and bloom next spring just in time to say “Happy Birthday to Our Home and
Men Chase, Women Choose The Neuroscience of Meeting
Dating, Losing Your Mind and Finding True Love
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"Understanding the anthropological principles that underlie our responses
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September 2016 - The Lab culturel of Culture pour tous,in
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well as culture, digital and interactivity buffs to register for the second
annual Journées de la culture's Hackathon, to be held simultaneously in Montréal
and Québec City from Friday, September 30 to Sunday, October 2. During this
creative three-day marathon, teams will build a prototype of a mobile app,
website, video game or other digital product meeting a specific goal: Making
culture accessible to all through digital! The progress of projects can
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Québec, a collaborative portal between the provincial government and
several Quebec municipalities, including Québec City, Montréal, Laval,
Blainville, Sherbrooke and Gatineau. Two prizes of $2,000 and access to
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Citizens in Action
An Alternative Globalization Organizati "Another World is Possible"
we can make a difference - Citizens in Action, a non-profit, non-partisan,
progressive group of concerned citizens, dedicated to political, social &
economic justice is honoured to present: A Free Public Book Launch
A Propaganda System: How Canada 's
government, Corporations, media & Academia sell War and expoloitation!
by Celebrity author Yves Engler Dubbed as "Canada's version of
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a long history of supporting empire, racism and exploitation. His new
book details how Global Affairs Canada, Veteran Affairs and the
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The Anniversary of the Journees de la Culture
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Journées de la culture is turning 20, and that's a reason to celebrate! On
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20TH ANNIVERSARY EVENTS
In Montréal, Culture pour tous and its partners have planned a spectacular series of special musical events in honour of the Journées' 20th anniversary. Utopia, Série noire, séries cultes... émotions en contrepoint Encounter with Cristobal Tapia de Veer Join us for a lively and stimulating discussion with film and television score composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Cristobal Tapia de Veer, aka Cristo, who produced the soundtrack for the hit TV series Série noire and revolutionized the thriller drama genre with the cult series Utopia. Gain insights into the creative world of this talented composer. Friday, September 30 at 3 pmat the Cinémathèque québécoise: 335 boul. De Maisonneuve E-Ticket-free admission up to maximum capacity. CLOrk: Ariane Moffatt and the Concordia Laptop Orchestra A musical duet you won't soon forget. The electro-pop world of Ariane Moffatt meets the digital technology of the Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk) in an on-the-spot composition accompanied by three live VJs. A massive experimental lab in which the artists draw inspiration, feed off each other and push the musical envelope! Friday, September 30: Three 30-minute performances ( - 8 pm) at the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal Beverley Webster Rolph Hall: 185 rue Sainte-Catherine O. Ticket-free admission up to maximum capacity. Souffles - Ten choirs creating a single song Preceded by the human installation Les voix statufiées A special 20th anniversary event that's not to be missed! Composer André Pappathomaswill be joined on stage by more than 200 choralists from Latin American , Congo , Madagascar , Nunavut , the Philippines , Poland , Romania , Rwanda , Syria , Ukraine and Quebec for what promises to be a soul-stirring performance featuring the harmony, musicality and sonority of intertwining languages. Leading up to this mesmerizing performance is Les voix statufiées, an unique physical and musical installation formed from the voices and bodies of 50 singers performing a song from their history pianissimo in their own mother tongue Sunday, October 2: 2 pm to 3:30 pm : Open house at the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier with workshops for all (song, dance and percussion), followed by the musical performance of a collective work and guided tours. : Les voix statufiées, in the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier lobby. 4 pm to 5:30 pm : Souffles, Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier: 175 rue Ste-Catherine O. Grand Karaoké Jean Leloup What better way to end a 20th anniversary party than with a Grand Karaoké Jean Leloup?This powerhouse of an event is being hosted by actor/comedian Stéphane Crête, with a bit of help from a stellar group of musicians who have all played on several of Leloup's albums. Volunteer vocalists can sign up in advance for a chance to sing their favourite Roi Ponpon hit (accompanied by professional musicians no less!) in front of what will certainly be a frenzied crowd. Aspiring singers can choose from 20 hits carefully selected to showcase LeLoup's varied repertoire. And like any good karaoke party, some participants will also be randomly selected on the evening of the event itself! Film stars including Mark Wahlberg, Kate Hudson, Kurt Russell, Gina Rodriguez, and more were in attendance. The party was hosted at The Addisons Residence and guests drank Johnnie Walker cocktails and toasted the cast. Photo Caption Must Be:Johnnie Walker presents DEEPWATER HORIZON Screening Party in Toronto Photo of Kate & Kurt: Kate Hudson + step dad Kurt Russell at Johnnie Walker Presented Screening After Party for Deepwater Horizon in Toronto Photos Link: http://assignments.gettyimages.com/mm/nicePath/gyipa_public?nav=pr463781297 Photo credit: Matt Winkelmeyer / Wireimage Best, Jaime Kinsley 216.299.1009 firstname.lastname@example.org
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thing to spot. But evidence of where a meteor, or even a larger asteroid,
would have struck the Earth can be so hard to find because it can actually be
microscopic. Still, a team of
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Snapchat launches sunglasses with camera
Messaging app firm Snapchat announces Spectacles, a pair of sunglasses with built-in cameras.
Dave LeeNorth America technology reporter - The device, which the company is calling Spectacles, will go on sale later this year priced at $130 (£100).
The glasses will record up to 10 seconds of video at at time. As part of the announcement, Snapchat is renaming itself to Snap, Inc. The renaming decision underlined the company’s apparent ambition to go beyond the ephemeral messaging app, a product which is highly popular with young people. An article published by the Wall Street Journal on Friday showed Snap’s 26-year-old creator Evan Spiegel in a series of pictures taken by legendary fashion photographer Karl Lagerfeld. In an interview, Mr Spiegel explained his rational for creating Spectacles. "It was our first vacation, and we went to [Californian state park] Big Sur for a day or two. We were walking through the woods, stepping over logs, looking up at the beautiful trees. "And when I got the footage back and watched it, I could see my own memory, through my own eyes - it was unbelievable. Technology
The Economic Costs of Protectionism: The Case of Softwood Lumbe
While the rise of protectionism dominated the discussions among world leaders during the latest G20 summit, a Viewpoint published today by the MEI shows among other things that the tariff barriers imposed on Canadian softwood lumber threaten nearly 22,000 jobs throughout the country.
Softwood lumber dispute: Canadian producers are still losing out
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Brad Pitt 'very saddened' by divorce
Actor Brad Pitt says he is "very saddened" that wife Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce and asks for privacy on their children's behalf.
Actor Brad Pitt has said he is "very saddened" that his wife Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce and has asked for privacy on their children's behalf. "I am very saddened by this, but what matters most now is the well-being of our kids," he told People magazine. "I kindly ask the press to give them the space they deserve during this challenging time." Jolie, 41, filed for divorce from Pitt, 52, citing irreconcilable differences on Monday. Her lawyer, Robert Offer, said the decision had been made "for the health of the family". It is understood Jolie is seeking physical custody of the couple's six children and asking the judge to give Pitt visitation rights. Speculation is mounting over the causes behind the split, with one newspaper claiming Jolie was "upset with Pitt's parenting skills". Angelina Jolie files for divorce Brangelina break-up: The world reacts In pictures: Pitt and Jolie's years together Angelina Jolie to divorce Brad Pitt Adele dedicates show to Brangelina Entertainment & Arts
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of a Nation screens at the
Actor and director Nate Parker received an enthusiastic welcome as his film The Birth of a Nation screened at the Toronto International Film Festival. After a public showing on Friday of the film - based on a slave uprising led by preacher Nat Turner in 1831 - Parker described it as "a labour of love". There were gasps in the audience at some of the harrowing scenes. After the screening, Parker, who has faced media scrutiny over a historic rape trial, got a standing ovation. Parker acted in, wrote and directed the film. It gained a huge amount of awards buzz when it first screened at the Sundance film festival in January. However, recent media attention has been focused on Parker's acquittal for rape in 1999 and his accuser's subsequent suicide. Entertainment & Arts Oscar bait? Twelve films set to make a splash at Toronto Toronto to show Nation 'as planned'
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The world's first baby has been born using a new "three person" fertility technique, heralding a new era in medicine, say experts.
The world's first baby has been born using a new "three person" fertility technique, New Scientist reveals.
The five-month-old boy has the usual DNA from his mum and dad, plus a tiny bit of genetic code from a donor. US doctors took the unprecedented step to ensure the baby boy would be free of a genetic condition that his Jordanian mother carries in her genes. Experts say the move heralds a new era in medicine and could help other families with rare genetic conditions. But they warn that rigorous checks of this new and controversial technology, called mitochondrial donation, are needed. It's not the first time scientists have created babies that have DNA from three people - that breakthrough began in the late 1990s - but it is an entirely new and significant method. Three person babies Mitochondria are tiny structures inside nearly every cell of the body that convert food into usable energy. Some women carry genetic The girl with three biological parents Three-person baby technique ‘safe’
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Marysville, OH, September, 2016 – We've all heard the words "it's cancer" at one time or another, either personally or for a loved one, family member or friend. Where do you turn, what do you say? The words in Rejoicing Through the Tears: Embracing God's Hand in Cancer by Brenda George (published by WestBow Press) has been comforting cancer victims and their families for five years! For Brenda George, life was good. She was having the time of her life. She and her husband were planning their daughter's wedding, buying a new sports car, and planning a much-needed vacation; things couldn't have been better . . . until cancer rudely invaded her life. That one word changed everything! In Rejoicing through the Tears, Brenda George shares not only the story of her journey through surviving thyroid cancer but also some practical information that could be very helpful for anyone faced with a cancer diagnosis. We know that God does not heal everyone as He did Brenda, but what she shares in this book will give everyone the opportunity to know there is hope and there will be victory if you put your faith and strength in our Lord, Jesus. Everyone knows someone that has been affected by the diagnosis of cancer; if not personally then a family member, friend, or friend of a friend. This book can only help. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Brenda George is an author, a thyroid cancer survivor, and a speaker for The American Cancer Society as a "Voice of Hope." She has also spoken at other events, including Aglow International. She is passionate about raising awareness and reaching out to others to inspire people from all walks of life to never give up hope! She is enthusiastic about life and teaches others that they can not only survive, but thrive. Whatever challenges they may be facing, they will learn to embrace the hand of a loving God ― He will turn their mourning into dancing. Brenda resides in
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Marysville, OH, September 16, 2016 – We've all heard the words "it's cancer" at one time or another, either personally or for a loved one, family member or friend. Where do you turn, what do you say? The words in Rejoicing Through the Tears: Embracing God's Hand in Cancer by Brenda George (published by WestBow Press) has been comforting cancer victims and their families for five years! For Brenda George, life was good. She was having the time of her life. She and her husband were planning their daughter's wedding, buying a new sports car, and planning a much-needed vacation; things couldn't have been better . . . until cancer rudely invaded her life. That one word changed everything! In Rejoicing through the Tears, Brenda George shares not only the story of her journey through surviving thyroid cancer but also some practical information that could be very helpful for anyone faced with a cancer diagnosis. We know that God does not heal everyone as He did Brenda, but what she shares in this book will give everyone the opportunity to know there is hope and there will be victory if you put your faith and strength in our Lord, Jesus. Everyone knows someone that has been affected by the diagnosis of cancer; if not personally then a family member, friend, or friend of a friend. This book can only help. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Brenda George is an author, a thyroid cancer survivor, and a speaker for The American Cancer Society as a "Voice of Hope." She has also spoken at other events, including Aglow International. She is passionate about raising awareness and reaching out to others to inspire people from all walks of life to never give up hope! She is enthusiastic about life and teaches others that they can not only survive, but thrive. Whatever challenges they may be facing, they will learn to embrace the hand of a loving God ― He will turn their mourning into dancing. Brenda resides in
Why Did She Jump?
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Fort Lauderdale , FL , September 14, 2016 - A mother of five and grandmother to nine, married and divorced four times, and a clinical social worker in private practice for nearly forty years, Joan Childs thought she had experienced or seen it all. But nothing could have prepared her for the death of her beautiful daughter, Pam. A brilliant psychotherapist, Pam battled constantly with Bipolar Disorder until one fateful summer day in 1998 when her demons overwhelmed her and she plunged to her death from a 15th floor balcony. Even with their combined credentials and medical knowledge, Pam still could not be saved. She became the driving force behind Joan Childs' latest book, Why Did She Jump? (HCI Books), and brings hope to anyone struggling with grief from the loss of a child or loved one to mental illness, that there is hope for better tomorrows. Fierce and tender, Joan's compelling storytelling gives us an insightful yet sensitive look at her daughter's life dealing with Bipolar Disorder. Peeling back the layers of pain and despair, Joan takes readers through the dark days of grief and guilt she felt both as a mother and as a frustrated professional who doesn't understand why more hasn't been done about this disease. With brutal honesty, Joan recalls how the lives of her entire family became entwined with her daughter's illness as they watched her sink deeper into a place where no one could reach her. It is a powerful story of courage, hope, acceptance, and finally, forgiveness. Now, Joan reflects on her daughter's many accomplishments, in spite of her illness, and sees them as Pam's legacy to the world. In an earlier book, The Myth of the Maiden: On Being a Woman, the author looks at the evolution of women from helpless maidens to dragon-slayers. Both books are excellent resources for personal growth and development after life changes and loss. In spite of many personal losses, Joan 'walks the talk;' she lives life to its fullest and maintains a level of energy and passion at age 76 that would put a 40-year-old to shame! A strikingly beautiful woman and energetic and inspiring speaker, Joan ignites the passion in others to find their own path to courage, healing and hope after the heartbreak and struggle of losing a loved one/child to suicide or any other cause of death. Joan's television series, Solutions, was dedicated to the memory of her daughter Pamela, and offered information and resources for anyone suffering from mental and mood disorders. She provides lectures, workshops and seminars dedicated to her profession of mental health and women's issues and is a spokesperson for bipolar disorder and suicide. About the Author: Joan E. Childs, LCSW, has been in private practice since 1978. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in couples therapy, known as Encounter-Centered Couples Therapy. An expert in Codependency, Inner Child Work, Original Pain Work, and Second Stage Recovery, she is certified in many modalities including a master practitioner in NLP, (neuro-linguistic programming), a master practitioner in EMDR, (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing), Supervision, Hypnosis, PAIRS, (Practical Applications for Intimate Relationship Skills), and is a Certified Grief Counselor. She was the first affiliate of the
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