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TORONTO – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was one of the scores of people paying tribute at the funeral for Liberal MP Arnold Chan on Saturday morning in Toronto.Chan, the member of parliament for Scarborough-Agincourt, died of cancer earlier this month at age 50.Trudeau was one of several speakers at the ceremony, along with Chan’s wife Jean Yip and their three sons as well as childhood friends.Former Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty read from the Bible, and many of Chan’s colleagues were honorary pallbearers, including Conservative MP Erin O’Toole and Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen.Chan was remembered as principled and optimistic, a devoted family man and a talented musician, and an MP completely engrossed with the political process.In an emotional tribute, Trudeau described Chan as man with deep conviction, calling him “one of the most honourable members of that House of Commons.”He said the last time he saw Chan, they sang Elton John’s “Your Song” together, with Chan on piano.“You all know that I don’t sing often, and there’s a reason for that,” Trudeau said. “But Arnold had me belting out the words while he played beautifully.“Arnold, your song will forever be ours.”Trudeau also quoted Maya Angelou: “Your legacy is every life you’ve touched.”“I look around this room, I look back at the days that followed the tragic news of our friend’s passing, and I see Arnold’s lasting legacy,” he said. “A legacy that goes far beyond the bills he authored or the votes he won. Far beyond the victories he celebrated and the losses he bore.”Chan grew up in Toronto. He earned masters degrees in political science and urban planning, and also has a law degree. He was named the Liberal Party’s deputy House leader after they took power in the 2015 federal election.In June he gave an impassioned speech to his fellow MPs, urging them to reject acrimonious debate and what he called “canned talking points” in favour of civility. At the time, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale called the speech “truly extraordinary.”Chan was diagnosed with nasopharyngeal carcinoma shortly after he won the Scarborough-Agincourt seat in a 2014 byelection. He began a difficult treatment regime of radiation and chemotherapy, but revealed in March 2016 the cancer had returned.His funeral was jointly officiated by Toronto MP Rob Oliphant, an ordained minister, as well as Rev. Sarah Chapman. Other politicians in attendance were Toronto Mayor John Tory and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. A previous version erroneously said Rob Oliphant was the only officiant at the funeral.
OTTAWA – A former soldier facing a murder charge in Ontario has lost a bid to halt his trial over concerns about delays in the case.The Supreme Court of Canada declined to hear Adam Picard’s challenge of an appeal court decision dismissing his arguments about the time it took to bring the case to trial.Picard was arrested in December 2012 in the killing of 28-year-old Fouad Nayel, who went missing in June that year.The trial was set to begin in 2016 but the Ontario Superior Court of Justice stayed the first-degree murder charge in light of new time limits established by the Supreme Court.In its appeal, the Crown argued the judge mischaracterized the nature of the delays, failed to consider the complexity of the case and did not properly account for a transitional period in applying the new rules.The Ontario Court of Appeal allowed the appeal last September and ordered the trial to proceed, prompting Picard to take his case to the Supreme Court.
Washington: The US Supreme Court has stayed the execution of a Buddhist inmate in Texas whose request that his spiritual adviser be present in the execution chamber was denied. In a brief, unsigned order, the court on Thursday said that Texas may not execute the inmate, Patrick H. Murphy, “unless the state permits Murphy’s Buddhist spiritual adviser or another Buddhist reverend of the state’s choosing to accompany Murphy in the execution chamber during the execution”, The New York Times reported. Murphy was sentenced to death for the 2000 murder of a police officer, Aubrey Hawkins. He has been a Buddhist for about a decade, according to court papers. Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil M. Gorsuch said they would have allowed the execution to proceed. In a concurring opinion, Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh wrote that the state’s policy of allowing only Christian and Muslim chaplains to attend executions amounted to unconstitutional religious discrimination. “The government may not discriminate against religion generally or against particular religious denominations,” Kavanaugh wrote. “In this case,” he wrote, “the relevant Texas policy allows a Christian or Muslim inmate to have a state-employed Christian or Muslim religious adviser present either in the execution room or in the adjacent viewing room. “But inmates of other religious denominations who want their religious adviser to be present can have the religious adviser present only in the viewing room and not in the execution room itself for their executions.” Murphy’s case was similar to one in February in which the court, by a 5-to-4 vote, allowed the execution of a Muslim inmate in Alabama who had asked that his Imam be present. In Alabama, only a Christian chaplain employed by the prison was allowed in the execution chamber.
Rabat – A political party representing Australian Muslims has been created in Sydney in the aftermath of the Paris attacks on Monday.The Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported that Sydney man Diaa Mohamed unveiled The Australian Muslim Party in response to the growing political activism against Islam.Mr Mohamed said the party would provide a platform for Australia’s Muslim population on a national political level. “Maybe it is because we didn’t know how, or we were a bit too fragmented, so hopefully this will at least give us that opportunity,” he told ABC.Mr Mohamed said he almost called off the launch in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, believed to be the worst atrocity in France since World War Two.The party’s formation comes after several anti-Islamic parties intend to stand for election including one launched by Geert Wilders in the country last month, Australian Liberty Alliance.Other anti-Islamic parties include Rise Up, Party For Freedom, Love Australia or Leave It.The country has been plagued by anti-Islamic incidents including attacks on Muslim women wearing hijab and anti-mosque rallies held at proposed worship sites.The party hopes to have Senate candidates in all states and territories at Australia’s federal election next year. It needs 500 signatures to register for Australia’s Senate ballot paper.
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DUBLIN — Joe Schmidt will leave as Ireland coach after next year’s Rugby World Cup and will be replaced by Andy Farrell.The Irish Rugby Union Federation made the announcement on Monday, a day after Schmidt was named Coach of the Year in the World Rugby awards.Schmidt has guided Ireland from eighth to second in the world rankings in five years in the job, and also led the team to the only victories over New Zealand in the team’s history — in Chicago in 2016 and in Dublin this month.The 53-year-old New Zealander said he will “finish coaching” after the World Cup in Japan and “prioritize family commitments.”Farrell is currently one of Schmidt’s assistants, having joined the backroom staff in 2016___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_SportsThe Associated Press
Toronto’s made jumpers throughout the playoffs have been by far the most suspenseful of those of any of the final eight teams, taking an average of 0.117 seconds to fall into the basket. That hang time was 44 percent longer than the average of the other seven clubs. And looking at a larger sample size doesn’t change much about the result: At an average of 0.108 seconds, the Raptors’ successful regular-season jumpers at Scotiabank Arena took longer to fall through the basket than any other team’s makes on their home courts, too, according to the SportVU analysis. You might remember that Leonard hit a game-winner in March against Portland — a fadeaway from Scotiabank’s right baseline, with the shooter’s bounce and all — that looked almost identical to the one he would eventually make against Philadelphia.Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/KawhiBLAZERS.mp400:0000:0000:12Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.To be clear, even though the Raptors have the longest hang time at home, their numbers are far from an outlier in the data set. The arena did have an odd rim-related issue last season, when officials had to delay a game because one of the rims was slightly crooked and required an adjustment. But no one could look at the numbers presented here and realistically suggest that anything about them is crooked, or that the arena’s rims are fundamentally different from others in the NBA.Still, there’s no doubting the fact that Toronto has gotten a couple of very friendly bounces over the course of the playoffs — not just from Leonard, but also from Pascal Siakam and Fred VanVleet, who told me somewhat candidly, “I hate our rims.” (While that might sound odd, given his incredible hot streak lately, VanVleet had struggled mightily the last two postseasons from the perimeter.)Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/BOUNCES.mp400:0000:0002:21Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.There are a number of potential factors to consider with unusual data like this. One counterintuitive example: A team with dead-eye shooters, for instance, often won’t get opportunities for much hang time on the rim because their jumpers will swish through the net, registering a minuscule amount of time around the basket as a result. At the same time, though, players and teams who use considerable arc might be better positioned to get a beneficial bounce or roll, regardless of how soft or tight the rims are.2Midrange shots usually require less arc than 3-pointers, so a team taking more triples — like the Raptors, who have taken more than 40 percent of their shot attempts from that distance this postseason — might ultimately get more soft bounces. And no team has put more air under its 3-pointers this postseason than Golden State.In fact, while the Raptors’ shots have had the most hang time on the rim during home games, the Warriors have seen the league’s biggest home-road disparity in terms of how much longer the ball has teetered on the basket while playing in familiar confines. Golden State’s jumpers have stayed in the vicinity of the rim 0.02 seconds longer at Oracle Arena this postseason than on the road, by far the biggest gap of any playoff club. By contrast, Toronto’s shots actually hang near the rim slightly longer on the road than they do at home, so it’s hard to claim a soft-rim advantage at home for the Raptors. Trail Blazers-0.001 76ers0.216 Raptors0.224s Raptors-0.008 On jump shots of 10 feet or more, among teams that advanced beyond the first round of the playoffs.Sources: STATS SportVU, SECOND SPECTRUM Celtics-0.004 The notion of shot arc is where Leonard’s series-ending jumper comes into play. While Kawhi generally doesn’t put much arc on his shots at all, he had to loft the one against Philly over the outstretched hand of 7-footer Joel Embiid to avoid having it blocked. Leonard’s shot reached a peak height of 18.2 feet before bouncing on the rim — a night-and-day difference from the league-average peak height of just 15.1 feet. The extra height almost certainly gave the shot a greater chance of going in from a physics standpoint.And that shot is the first thing that comes to mind now whenever the Raptors benefit from seemingly lucky bounces. VanVleet, even with his expressed hate for the Toronto rims, has fully leaned into the idea that something magical — with the baskets or otherwise — is happening here.“I think we’ve got a special thing going. Just kind of the aura, and the magic in the air, you can feel it a little bit,” VanVleet told me. “We have a lot to do with that, our fans have a lot to do with that, and things are just going the right way for us.”Check out our latest NBA predictions. Bucks0.206 Celtics0.210 Are the Raptors getting lucky rolls on their home rims?How long shots hang on the rim by team in home games, 2019 playoffs TEAMADDED HANGTIME AT HOME On jump shots of 10 feet or more, among teams that advanced beyond the first round of the playoffs.Sources: STATS SportVU, SECOND SPECTRUM The Warriors’ shots survive on the rim longer at Oracle ArenaHow long shots hang on the rim at home vs. on the road by team, 2019 playoffs Warriors+0.020s Trail Blazers0.220 Rockets+0.006 Bucks0.000 Rockets0.181 TEAMBALL IN VICINITY OF RIM 76ers-0.006 Nuggets0.208 Warriors0.214 Nuggets-0.014 Kawhi Leonard’s rainbow arc game-winner in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference semifinals over Philadelphia — a buzzer-beating miracle that bounced on the rim four separate times, for 1.8 seconds, before falling through — was historic the second it went down. And that shot will arguably become even more iconic if and when the Toronto Raptors dethrone the Golden State Warriors’ dynasty in the coming days. Few shots have provided that sort of drama while also indirectly ushering in what figures to be a changing of the guard in the sport as we know it.Because of that shot, it’s been hard not to notice the others that have all but taken up residence on the cylinder at Scotiabank Arena. “Those rims are really soft,” Raptors guard Kyle Lowry said.But do shots really hang on the rims more in Toronto? Will the Raptors have some hidden advantage when they take their home court and try to close out the NBA Finals in Game 5? As it turns out, yes, the Raptors’ jump shots do roll on and around the rim longer in Toronto than other teams’ jumpers do in their respective arenas. But no, that isn’t somehow evidence of anything underhanded at play.In an analysis of Second Spectrum shot-tracking data run by Matt Scott of STATS SportVU, we looked at all jumpers of 10 feet or greater, both in the regular season and the playoffs, and pulled the time measured between when the ball hit the rim and when it left the vicinity of the cylinder for a miss or went through the net for a make. The Raptors’ jump-shot attempts at home this postseason have bounced on or around the rim for an average of 0.224 seconds, the longest of any team to advance beyond the first round.1Even if you exclude Leonard’s wild shot against the Sixers from the data set, the Raptors’ jump-shot attempts have still hung on or around the rim longer, on average, than any other team that made it to the second round.
Embed Code The New York Times’ Benjamin Hoffman reports on the details of the DeMarcus Cousins trade.ESPN Stats & Information takes a look at the numbers behind the trade.Kyle Wagner wrote about whether the trade made sense for the Kings.Chris Dobbertean’s latest analysis of the NCAA men’s field.The NCAA is looking at changing the way it chooses teams for March Madness, writes FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine.In a profile in TIME, James Harden makes the claim that he’s the NBA’s most valuable player.Significant Digit: 110, the number of points that Grinnell College scored against Illinois College last Saturday. Grinnell employs the Grinnell System, the hallmarks of which include shooting a lot of threes, subbing entire lineups in and out at once, and employing a full-court press. Welcome to the latest episode of Hot Takedown, FiveThirtyEight’s sports podcast. On this week’s show (Feb. 21, 2017), we revisit how the Kings got fleeced in the DeMarcus Cousins trade with FiveThirtyEight’s Kyle Wagner. Next, we call up bracketologist Chris Dobbertean of SB Nation to break down the stakes in men’s college basketball as March Madness approaches. Finally, is James Harden as good as he says he is? We investigate.Links to what we discussed this week: More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed FiveThirtyEight
Microsoft has been busy buying companies lately, but this purchase would blow all of their previous ones out of the water. According to a post on Twitter by Eldar Murtazin, the Russian technology blogger who’s managed to scoop the media before with his insider sources at Nokia, Microsoft is planning a bid for Nokia’s mobile division. The total cost: $30 billion.Murtazin isn’t just some blogger with wild ideas. His sources have been right in the past, and he was the first to break the story that Nokia was going to side with Microsoft over Google for Windows Phone 7 instead of Android. He was also the man who shocked the tech world with the assertion that only 674,000 Windows Phones were sold during the first quarter they were available, calling it a “total failure.”If Murtazin is correct, Nokia would leave the mobile phone business entirely, and Microsoft would pick up its mobile unit and start manufacturing Windows Phones using Nokia hardware and technology. If you’re shocked or simply don’t believe it, you have good reason to be skeptical.After all, Microsoft just shelled out $8.5 billion – the most it has for any single acquisition in its history – to buy Skype. They already have a partnership with Nokia worth over $1 billion to provide Windows Phone 7 to Nokia’s next generation of smartphones, when they’re announced. Even so, some people point to Microsoft’s failed bid for Yahoo! last year for $40 billion as proof they’re willing to shell out big bucks if the opportunity is right.Additionally, new Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is largely seen by Nokia fans as a Microsoft “plant” of sorts, softening up the company and giving Microsoft more influence from the inside. Elop did indeed work for Microsoft at one point, but whether or not his loyalties are to his current or former employer are probably less important than the question of how well such a large deal would work in the long run.Naturally, Microsoft and Nokia both refuse to comment on the matter at all.Read more at Twitter and SoftSailor
Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Councilwoman Lorie Zapf FacebookTwitter Councilwoman Lorie Zapf delivers State of the District Posted: January 25, 2018 January 25, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSan Diego District 2 Councilwoman Lorie Zapf delivered her State of the District address Thursday night.She mentioned accomplishments in 2017 like fixing up streets in the district. Zapf also spent time honoring community volunteers. KUSI Newsroom Updated: 10:49 PM KUSI Newsroom,
**working warehouse fire** 3100 SE 6 Ave explosions reported in a large warehouse heavy smoke and flames reported… https://t.co/etP4gXnGQo— FLFR PIO (@FtLaudFire) June 11, 2016Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – A warehouse in Fort Lauderdale sustained extensive damage after, officials said, a fire broke out, early Saturday.Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue sent 7News pictures of the flames that consumed a warehouse near Southeast Sixth Avenue and 32nd Street. Officials said the blaze broke out shortly after midnight.No one was hurt.The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Saarloos: “The main objective is to get to that 100% containment within the next week. The fire has seen little to no growth over the last 24 hours.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Two additional crews arrived over the weekend to assist with suppression on the 900 acre Caribou Lake Fire. The fire behavior was influenced by wind and terrain features during the day; however, the fire only increased 5 acres in size.The fire is currently 900 acres and 20 percent contained with 80 personnel on staff. On Sunday, firefighters continued with the full containment strategy by completing control line utilizing natural barriers where possible. North winds may increase fire activity on the south flanks of the fire towards cabins in the area. Terrain influences may cause some growth to the north. Minimal fire growth expected. Continued updates will be posted as they are made available. Sarah Saarloos with the Division of Forestry: “North to northwest winds could cause an increase in fire activity on the east and southeast portions of the fire. Additional crews will be arriving on the fire to aid in the construction of fire line and help secure the fire’s edge. Firefighters will continue to utilize aviation resources as conditions and visibility allow.”
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Top Stories Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo – / 16 Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Buzz, thy name is that game.In fact, the way NFL.com’s Adam Schein sees it, it’s the top primetime game of the entire season.This is my way-too-early Super Bowl pick for the coming season, so you had better believe it’s my No. 1 game in prime time. You can easily make the case that the Patriots and Cardinals have the two best rosters in the game today. Both teams have superb coaches and front offices. And Chandler Jones gets to open the season against the club that just traded him in a blockbuster deal. On national television. In prime time. Yes!Adding to the excitement, Glendale, Arizona, has turned into a fantastic environment for prime-time games, with its gorgeous stadium and incredible sea of red.This is the Bizarro Super Bowl 50 matchup we didn’t get to see: The two losing teams from Championship Sunday. Tom Brady going against Jones and that Cardinal defense? I’m counting the days.As for this being a potential Super Bowl matchup, indeed both the Cardinals and Patriots are in the group of favorites to reach the game, and it would not be a surprise to anyone if they met up again next February in Houston.Of course, plenty will have to happen before that is even a possibility, including this delicious Week 1 affair in Glendale. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Week 1 is already an exciting time for NFL fans, as it is the beginning of a season that seems like it took forever to get to.And for Cardinals fans especially — after the way last season ended — Week 1 of the 2016 campaign cannot get here soon enough.Adding to the aura of Arizona’s first regular season game this season is the fact that it will be at home against the New England Patriots. And if that’s not enough, note it will be played on Sunday night and broadcast on NBC.
The Rooftop at QT, QT Melbourne’s hotly anticipated bar, sitting on the 11th floor of Melbourne’s newest design hotel, is now open.Showcasing views of the spectacular Melbourne city skyline, The Rooftop at QT is set to be the destination for decadent soirées this summer, hosting up to 185 patrons in the split indoor/outdoor space.The bartenders will serve up a handcrafted cocktail list showcasing a twist on classic favourites, with the QT Rooftop G&T – West Winds Sabre Gin, Elderflower Quinine Syrup, Fresh Lime, Sugar, Cucumber Sparkling Water, Rosemary, Cucumber – and the Yarra Valley Sour – Four Pillars Gin, Fresh Lemon, Orange Blossom, Orgeat, Egg White, Pinot Noir, Edible Flowers – expected to be summer hits. The menu will also boast a list of local spirits, house-made tonics and share cocktails.To accompany the cocktail selection, The Rooftop at QT will also serve bar bites, including minced Thai beef on toast, with green chilli, sweet basil and sambal, Scotch Quail Eggs wrapped in Wagyu beef, mortadella, sesame and sticky black sauce and polenta crumbed onion rings with squid ink mayo.The sophisticated space designed by longstanding QT Public Areas Designer & Stylist, Nic Graham, features a selection of contemporary outdoor furniture by Australian designer and producer Tait amidst a colour palette of olive green, red and matte black. And with a curated playlist of new disco and house music by Creative Music Director Andrew Lewis, the rooftop caters for Melbourne’s late-night party scene.Open seven days a week from 4.30pm until 1am, The Rooftop at QT is also available for private events.
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