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of Hillary Clinton's emails while US secretary of state have been released,
including many that have been censored after being deemed classified. Mrs
Clinton, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for the 2016 presidential
election, has been under fire for using a private computer server for work
emails while in office. But she says no classified information was sent or
received. But some 150 emails were deemed confidential by the State
Department. Mrs Clinton's opponents have accused her of putting
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border wall idea ridiculed on social media A
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a Republic presidential hopeful — would be a logistical nightmare, since the
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Michelle Gagnon: NDP wave in Quebec still surging Never mind the West, can Justin Trudeau crack Fortress Quebec? CSDM: More protests planned over bumped students Lambert-Closse out-of-district pupils told school is too full FACE students form human chain to protest Quebec education cuts U.S. Open: Eugenie Bouchard advances to Round 2 Bouchard overcomes struggles to advance at U.S. Open WOMEN'S RESULTS: U.S. Open MEN'S RESULTS: U.S. Open More Headlines SAQ defends monopoly on liquor sales in face of Robillard report New greenhouse gas targets set by eastern premiers, governors Mackay Centre, Layton Schools get new home in NDG Mauro Biello, interim Impact coach, aims to inject confidence Potential Hydro-Quebec deal won't impact province, Paul Davis says Canadiens Hall of Fame at Bell Centre closes its doors Back to school 2015: Budget tips for post-secondary students No Verdun beach behind Natatorium, petition urges Quebec schools deserve reinvestment, group tells government Quebec to introduce sex ed pilot project with 'no exemptions' AUDIO Mohamed Fahmy's lawyer reacts to ruling Beaubien Metro station reopens today AUDIO Federal politicians layout platforms on Senate reform 2-car crash in Limoilou, Que., kills man, pregnant woman Suspected fentanyl lab leads to raid in Montreal North 40 years on, Montreal struggles to meet demand for community gardening plots
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Why is Canadian English unique?
How the country forged its own linguistic identity - The standard stereotype among Americans is that Canadians are like Americans, except they say ‘eh’ a lot and pronounce ‘out and about’ as ‘oot and aboot’.
Many Canadians, on the other hand, will tell you that Canadian English is more like British English, and as proof will hold aloft the spellings colourand centre and the name zed for the letter Z.
does exist as a separate variety of English, with subtly distinctive features
of pronunciation and vocabulary. It has its own dictionaries; the Canadian
Press has its own style guide; the Editors’ Association of Canada has just
released a second edition of Editing Canadian English. But an emblematic
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British spellings so the Canadian editor can come to a reasonable decision on
which to use… on each occasion. The core of Canadian English is a pervasive
ambivalence. Canadian history helps to explain this. In the beginning there
were the indigenous peoples, with far more linguistic and cultural variety
What does it mean to be Canadian?
With Asian trade and support for the monarchy rising, what does Canadian identity mean now?
the Indians are trying to say, The French came as visitors and now they want
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Russian oil giant Rosneft has reported a sharp drop in profits due to lower oil prices.
Net income between April and June was 134bn roubles ($2bn; £1.3bn), down 22% compared with a year earlier. Revenue was 1.3tn roubles. Despite the drop, the results were better than analysts had expected. In the second quarter last year, the price of oil was more than $100 a barrel, while this year it ranged between $55-$65. The weak rouble helped to offset lower prices - Rosneft sells its oil in dollars, so a weak currency means the price of oil in roubles rises. Despite the sharp fall in the oil price, the company maintained its production levels during the quarter, producing an average 5.2 million barrels a day. The first six months of this year, the company said, "was characterised by high fluctuation of oil price and exchange rate, increased transportation tariffs and tax burden, [and] high interest expenses due to [a] change in interest base rate". Oil prices fall to six-year low Weak rouble boosts Gazprom profits
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6 Steps To Creating A Long-Term Budget, Marriage Or Not, From Wealth Manager
LGBT couples, modern families and society in general, history is being made
rapidly. After state after state legally approved marriage equality, the
Supreme Court voted to make same-sex marriage a right nationwide.
"The progress we've made as a community and as a society has been amazing, but now a major question looms for many LGBT couples: to marry or not to marry?" says financial professional Holly Hanson, founder and principal of Harmony Financial Strategies (www.harmony-financial.com), a firm that focuses in comfort for all families, including those from the LGBT community. "Financially speaking, there are a number of benefits to be gained from marriage, including gifting, spousal IRAs, filing tax returns as married and more. But there are still issues, such as efforts by many states to overturn the ruling," says Hanson, who also is author of the book "The LGBT and Modern Family Money Manual."
Whether couples decide to marry or not, one financial dynamic will always be essential, and that is a capacity to budget life expenses in a shared life, she says. To that end, Hanson summarizes six steps to creating a budget. Laying it all out: Decide to view the budgeting process as something not to be feared, but rather one in which you can be educated. By embracing your circumstances and truly knowing what you're working with, you have a better idea of what you can improve and what you can control—and also what you can't. Start by accounting for everything. Notice what's necessary, what's optional, as well as good debt versus bad debt. Track expenses: Know your spending habits. Be realistic and honest, because most of the time we underestimate our spending. To get a complete view of your spending habits, track three months of spending. An expense worksheet may prove helpful. Track income: This is especially helpful for those with irregular income. Ultimately, you may need to examine how you can increase your income, be it through petitioning for raises, switching jobs, changing investments to income-producing or adding supplementary income. Set SMART(ER) Goals: This may be a handy mnemonic device – SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely), or add "ER," which means Evaluation and Re-evaluation. Rather than fuzzy "someday" hopes, these acronyms may prove helpful in setting and pursuing goals. · Prioritize: Financial goals can be highly individualized, so whether one person in a relationship wants to save for a family trip to
How Hidden Investment Fees Can Upend Your Retirement Goals
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enough money for retirement can be a tricky proposition even under the best
circumstances. But when some of those dollars are being siphoned away by
hidden – and perhaps unnecessary – fees, then the path to a secure
retirement becomes even more difficult to navigate. Even small fees can have a
major impact over time, which is why people need to be aware of what they are
being charged, and whether other options exist that make for a better and
smarter investment, says Casey B. Weade, a retirement-planning professional
and author of the book "The Purpose-Based Retirement" (www.purposebasedretirement.com).
"Probably 99 percent of people have no clue what they are really paying
in fees and expenses," he says. "They are bleeding out their life
savings." Weade says those hidden fees, which are abundant in the
financial industry, are his No. 1 frustration with the profession. "There
are a couple of products that consistently illustrate the problem with hidden
fees – mutual funds and variable annuities," he says. "Many people
believe their retirement advisor only makes money when something is bought or
sold. But that's not always the case. "With mutual funds, for example,
some fees are disclosed in the prospectus for the funds, but often there are
additional ongoing fees that are not consistently or adequately
disclosed." Some of those mutual fund fees and costs include: •
Stated Expenses: o Loads. Different classes of mutual funds
have different types of loads or charges that are similar to commissions in
that they compensate the financial professional for selling the fund to you.
Some are front-end and you are charged at the time you make your initial
investment. That charge usually is about 5 percent. Others are back-end,
meaning you are assessed the charge if you sell the mutual fund, usually
within a specified timeframe. o Expense ratios. Other than loads, this
is the only cost many retirees and pre-retirees are aware of, Weade says. The
expense ratio is used to pay distribution costs, administration fees,
management fees and marketing costs. The expense ratio can be 1 percent or
more, depending on the mutual fund. According to the Investment Company
Institute, the average expense ratio in an equity mutual fund is 1.4 percent
per year. o Advisory fees. In addition to the internal costs of owning a
mutual fund, you may be paying a management fee to your advisor, Weade says.
This fee can range anywhere form 0.25 percent up to 2.5 percent. Even if you
aren't aware of it, you should be able to determine how much this one is
costing you because it is required to be disclosed on investor documents. •
Unstated Expenses: o Soft dollar costs. One of the most difficult
mutual fund expenses to uncover is soft dollar costs, Weade says. Often,
mutual fund managers are provided software, education, research or other
services by brokerage firms. In exchange for these benefits, the brokerage
house gets the brokerage business and may charge a higher commission for the
trading of stocks within the fund. That commission is paid by the investor. o
Tax Impact. Mutual funds are pass-through entities, meaning you pay tax
on every transaction inside the mutual fund whether you benefited or not.
The average tax cost ratio for stock mutual funds is 1 percent to 1.2 percent
per year, according to a Forbes magazine article. o Trading Commissions.
Potentially one of the largest undisclosed expenses inside a mutual fund is
trading commissions. "Every time something is bought or sold within
a mutual fund there is a commission charged and, believe it or not, these
costs legally do not need to be disclosed," Weade says. A Wall Street
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GOD IS AN IRON
by Spider Robinson from the novel, Mindkiller - As presented at the 2015 World
Science Fiction Convention, Spokane, WA (USA) Adapted for the stage by
Elizabeth Cano Directed by Bruce Lambie Starring Tali Brady and
Gordon Watts September 16-20, Mainline Theatre
3997, boul. St-Laurent “…a thoughtful and innovative
adaptation of one the greatest works of Canadian literature;
Cano’s “God Is An Iron” is (speaking as a lifelong theatregoer) one of
the finest plays I’ve ever seen. “ – Robert J. Sawyer,
creator of ABC’s FlashForward, 2003 Hugo award winner for Hominids
“I smelled her before I saw her” is one the seminal first lines in all of
science fiction. It paves the path for Joe, a young man with no past, to meet
Karen, a young woman with no future. As he puts her broken body and mind back
together, he sorts through the shattered fragments of her life trying to find
something worth living for. The play is a faithful adaptation of Spider
Robinson’s infamous short story of the same name, which he later expanded
into the novel Mindkiller. “God is an Iron […] does what
science fiction does well, building a human story around an idea of the
future.” – Matthew David Surridge, Black Gate SF
"My first suicide attempt was when I was 7 years old," says producer
Elizabeth Cano. "My last was 5 years ago, and left me in a 3-day coma. I
long ago lost count of the times between." The themes of abuse, trauma,
depression and despair are close to the entire crew, which has battled these
demons with her however the play’s messages of hope, connection and a path
out of the darkness are supported by today’s medical research. By framing a
cure in terms of the drama- how two people can reach out and support each
other- Black Box Montreal believes this important message is more powerful,
moving and motivating than any published study. “The importance
of this play in addressing crucial issues of abuse and suicide should not be
undervalued. It is rare to see a production that so precisely explores a
delicate issue in mental health with such depth of understanding and
empathy.” – Dr. Norman Hoffmann, M.D., F.R.C.P.C Elizabeth Cano has
assembled a powerful cast and crew to interpret this piece. The production is
directed by Bruce Lambie, graduate of the National Theatre School of
Canada’s Production program and recipient of the 2006 Rights and Democracy
Network Award of Recognition (Speak Truth to Power), and stars Tali Brady
(winner of the 2010 FRIGID New York Festival Audience Choice Award ) and new
local talent, Gordon Watts. Chris Wardell, another graduate of the NTS,
creates an immersive and intricate projection design that brings the stage to
life, while Zak Thriepland’s set and costume designs give a detailed look
into Karen’s life. Shawn Baichoo’s expert fight direction provides life
and fire to the fight sequences and physicality of the show. “I was
completely blown away. Great adaptation, great cast, great set, great
direction. Great music too.” – Spider Robinson, author of God is an Iron
The show was presented on
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Les Mis Broadway star dies in fall
The first African-American and youngest person ever to play the lead role in Les Miserables on Broadway, Kyle Jean-Baptiste, dies in a fall.
The first African-American and youngest person ever to play the lead role in Les Miserables on Broadway has died in a fall, a show spokesman has said.
Kyle Jean-Baptiste, 21, fell from a fire escape after Friday evening's performance at the Imperial Theatre, said representative Marc Thibodeau. Last month, Mr Jean-Baptiste made history performing the role of ex-convict Jean Valjean in the musical. A statement described him as a remarkable young talent. The notice placed on Facebook said: "The entire Les Miserables family is shocked and devastated by the sudden and tragic loss of Kyle." It described him as a "tremendous person who made magic and history in his Broadway debut". 'My dream' In May, Mr Jean-Baptiste announced on Twitter he would be joining Cameron Mackintosh's production of Les Miserables as Courfeyrac and understudying Jean Valjean. He first went on stage in that role on 23 July. He told Playbill magazine: "This was my dream since I was a little boy." His last performance in the role was on Thursday. The circumstances of Mr Jean-Baptiste's death are unclear. Some reports have said he was at his mother's home at the time.
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