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The ice climbing community sleeps with oneself on Thursday.

CTV News has reported that Kanmer Alberta's Ice Climber has found an ice ice after Christmas Climbing near Banff town on Christmas day.

The RCMP has confirmed the details of the death, but they did not indicate the circumstance that led to the disappearance of the climbers.

The identity of the victim is not released, however, the nearby Climbing Communities say that the victim has worked in an outsider store called Vahalla Pure, called Canmore.

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Internal research shows that Winnipeg cannabis producers are not allowed to send harassment with high-ranking officials to outlets.

Two Canadian healthcare products recalled Bonastre's cannabis products for the first three months of Saskatchewan's sales in three months.

Manitoba's regulators then sent all Bonify cannabis to retail outlets.

RavenQuest Technologies CEO George Robinson, Bonify's internal investigation, first-line staff disagreed with the product quickly and quietly.

Three senior executives and members of the committee have fired, but Robinson says that chicken producers keep their Health Canada licenses.

On Christmas Eve, the company recalled another challenge – this time due to the maintenance or labeling of logs.

December 27, 2018 / 10:41 a.m. | Story:

"We took a percentage growth rate below conservatives, and we grew three percent. In the last three years we have created 700,000 new jobs and we've just stopped abolishing the lowest unemployment rate in Canada." – Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister

The Prime Minister Justin Trudeau decided at the end of 2018 to get back the profits to get the economy and employment back. "We took it" with little growth and sent it higher, he said. "We created 700,000 new jobs," he added.

All this raises a question: the Prime Minister – and his government's policies, since its extinction, have since taken over the country since the end of 2015 for all economic benefits?

Canadian Press Baloney Meter is a decentralized analysis of political statements to achieve full "baloney" scale "specification" in the "specification" scale. This earns a valuation of "some baloney". Here's why.

The Canadian economy grew by 2015, down from 2.9% in 2014, as Trudeau liberals replaced Harper Conservatives in the fall.

The first budget of the liberal 2016, the economic impact of the expenses of 2016 and 2018 would lead to a rise in Canadian gross domestic product, and 143,000 jobs would be created or maintained.

In 2016 the economy grew by 1.4%. The economy was hot and grew by three percentage points in 2017 and ended 2018 with a growth of about two tenths.

The study of Statistics Canada data includes about 792,000 Canadian jobs, since the liberals took it. Almost 690,000 jobs were full-time and the remaining 102,000 were part-time.

The unemployment rate fell by 7 per cent by Liberal at 5.6 per cent, when comparable data was available for the first time in 1976. The country registered a 5.4 percent unemployment rate in 1974 according to the previous statistics.

Former parliamentary budget officer Kevin Page said a case would happen that the infrastructure and the increased spending on Canadian Child Support had led to economic growth. Liberals have boosted federal spending as a percentage of the economy and 34.3 million dollars are gross domestic products of around 0.6%.

Iglika Ivanova, senior economist at B.C. Canada's Alternatives to the Canadian Center's branch said that some public spending, such as child care, allow parents to enter the workforce, more influenced by others, such as tax measures.

"When the government spends money, there is no black hole, it becomes a personal income and then it is spent by that person," he said. "The government is reluctant to be responsible for the growth economy, because, of course, there will be other things, but they have undoubtedly played an important role."

The president of Fraser Institute, Niels Veldhuis, said that the federal infrastructure could give rise to economic costs, but they would not have been financially the same economically as if the investments were to build or improve the commercial infrastructures.

Philip Cross, senior manager of the Macdonald-Laurier Institute, said that rent-tested child benefits could have a greater economic impact than infrastructure. He said that it was not clear how many wages were spent collecting, which would help the economy, and how much was saved, which economist referred to as "escape."

The Canadian economy has also adopted a strong global economy over the last two years, Cross said, and there are signs of slowdown in the world – and Canada –

"Things happen in the business sector, especially with a global and integrated economy, that governments do not control how they use the most," Cross said.

Indeed, Canada has been pushing economy and employment back since 2015, but experts do not have the government to obtain full credit for good economic news. In this case, economic downturns must also be the government's guilty.

Trudeau's opinion must therefore be "some baloney." The acts are accurate, but the path of the balloon takes us too far.

"In the political party, we get a lot of spin and that's not Liberal or Conservative or NDP (thing)," said Veldhuis. "They will analyze things and, to a certain extent, the motives for themselves and I think that you have seen the budget of the Prime Minister here."


December 27, 2018 / 10:40 a.m. | Story:

Police in Edmonton have killed an alleged shot after a dead man has been killed.

The police said the official news cameras continued on Wednesday afternoon, a man had a strong guarantee inside, and was allegedly armed and dangerous.

Note that the police stopped the vehicle and the two passengers left without incident.

The police said the "non-compliance and the vehicle was kept" with guarantees, and "an incident occurred" between 34-year-old suspects and officers.

The police said the officers shot and were killed in the hospital.

No one was injured.

He says that a policeman is under investigation.

December 27, 2018 / 9:30 | Story:

Chrystie Fitchner made a mistake, he made a minute mistake.

He feels enough to pay in those eight years.

Former Winnipeg senior lecturers held headlines around the world to dancing to participate in dance with a classmate during 2010. The video of the videos published in the dance got millions of times and was thought for discussion workshops and tabloids. Including Howard Stern and TMZ.

Fitchner lost his job, then his apartment and finally dwelt in the car and slept on his friends' couch. The strangers repeatedly murmured and told them to kill him.

"I definitely thought of suicide a few times," said Fitchner in the Canadian press. "I wanted to be able to escape everything.

"I feel like people think," Oh, just pick it up and go ahead and get a new job. "It will not happen. I've lost everything. Really, really."

In an interview with her first media, she was 41 years old and she lived outside of Canada for several years and built a wonderful new life, the firefighter's wife and the mother of two young girls. She works as a substitute teacher for work, but her husband uses her job as a substitute.

It will fear the dancing of the tower of the world that his life continues to be hurt.

He's never been able to get a full-time job, he said. And even if he wants to, he probably never returns home to Manitoba.

The daughter of a nurse and NHL player was activated, Fitchner said he was a good family with good values. She worked as a teacher at Winnipeg schools at the age of seven. In the last two cities, at Churchill High School, he taught gym and health and trained the girl's volleyball team.

During the month of February 2010, he met with Adeil Ahmed. Short-term contract recently entered. The pairs dressed in uniform football competed against other dance teachers at the school gym.

They did not prepare a habit, said Fitchner, and danced in front of his staff and students. Ahmed suggested that he was sitting in a chair while saying while he was dancing.

He agreed.

Then it was a disaster. He cut it with Ahmed straddled and Fitchner, and then simulated oral sex on him. The students laughed and laughed. Fitchner caught that moment and started a role, moved the chair's music and Ahmed cheered his hands.

When the dance was over, Fitchner shook his head and made a car.

"At that moment I realized that this was not good. I was very ashamed. And then, my colleague stood up, lifting his hands as if it were the best moment to be proud."

Parents and the public were not brave. The two teachers were interrupted. Fitchner resigned. Ahmed's contract has not been renewed.

He received most advertising. His name was published and his face was plastered everywhere. A front page of a newspaper made on a Facebook holiday photo on a swiped Facebook page. Canadian women's hockey team was next to a gold picture that won the Vancouver Olympics.

Ahmed's name later made the news, but Fitchner directed criticisms and persecutions.

"In this way I was treated as a woman … I was so different and so insolent," he said.

"I made a dance with myself or pole dance or something like that."

Canadian press could not find Ahmed. Fitchner repeatedly heard Ontario teaching, but he did not speak, the last day at Churchill school.

For all these reactions, Fitchner said that some teachers and students also helped him feel that the penalty was too severe. Their words helped to navigate the depressions and anxieties of months and years.

In the end, he landed some alternative teaching jobs in small external communities in Winnipeg, but he never said a full-time job as a teacher. He said he could not find any full-time job in the provinces.

"This event frightened me."

His family has brought happiness, said Fitchner, but he lacks professional life in his life. He is still anger and resentment. He expects one day to change.

"I'm a good person."

Dec 27, 2018/6: 45 | Story:

Climate change encourages British Columbia, Yukon and Alberta to delay glaciers faster than at any time, rising water levels and threatening to create desert, scientists say.

David Hik, professor of ecology at the Simon Fraser University, said that the region is one of the warming sites and the magnitude of the glaciers is dramatic.

"Probably, Alberta and B.C. century mountain glaciers will disappear by 80 percent in the next 50 years," he said.

The Peyto Glacier of Rocky Mountains and Banff National Park have participated in the 1970s over the last 50 years, Hik said.

"It's a little glacier, but we're seeing it," he said.

Zac Robinson, professor at the University of Alberta, as the hot climates say, will continue to divide Rockies into large ice caps.

Glaciers are formed when the snow is deposited in winter, but it does not melt completely this summer.

While the earth is getting warmer, fewer snowfalls and more spillage helps glaciers reduce their duration and volume, as Robinson has said.

The first "Mountain States" report written by Hik and Robinson, posted by the Canadian Alpine Club in May, outside the Antarctic and Greenland ice rings, Canada has a glaze over all other nations. With Canadian glaciers estimating 200,000 square kilometers, there is a quarter in the West and the rest is in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.

Robinson said the mountain glacier's sensitivity to warming shows the earliest and most dramatic signals of ice loss, and the Yeste's San Elias Mountain slopes lose the fastest ice level.

"The Yukon's glacier has lost about 50 quarters of the ice age in the San Elias area," he said.

Scientists have studied glaciers using numerous methods, such as old photographs and remote sensing.

He said that the meltdown is changing in different parts of the West Canada.

"We do not have accurate measurements everywhere but they have measures, the rates may be 25 to 70 percent (melting) in the last six decades".

Melting rates are similar to that found in the European Alps and the Andes, he said.

December 27, 2018 / 6:43 a.m. | Story:

When skiing at Ski Beckie Scott was left behind in 2006, the Olympic gold medalist did not plan to take the next course.

A dozen years later, Scott has become an international voice for sports doping attacks and directing charities headed by indigenous youth to work on sports and to improve social and economic outcomes.

Regarding this work, Scott has amongst 103 new outsider appointments, the Canadian Honor System base, made up of 7,000 members.

"I ended up thinking a little bit and my father was an immigrant, but I am the proud Canadian," said Scott.

"It would be an enormous move and emotional to achieve this."

Scott was nominated for 2002 as the Olympic gold in Salt Lake City. After winning the Olympic medal of the 2006 Turin Medal, he did not set any political intention.

"When I stuck my feet at that time, I realized the importance of people around the world and … the value of the people who defend the name of the clean sport," he said.

"I stopped and I want to be the best I've been trying for many years because I look after it very well."

This morning's list of new appointments by Rideau Hall, including the Prime Minister of New York, Camille Henri Thériault, and Frank Lewis.

There are researchers like Geoffrey Hinton, an expert in artificial intelligence world; BBC journalists like Lyse Doucet; and sports like Rhona and Rhoda Wurtele, twin daughters of the 1948 Australian Olympic Games mountaineering team.

Greg Zeschuk and his friend Ray Muzykak took the path of the Canadian Order. When the medical school began in the 1980s, they became two friends, creating a new Edmonton-based BioWare business creation software in 1995.

In the end, he gave two family medical games, and after 17 years, he became the leader in BioWare role-playing games and was recognized by two men called "Bihotz Medikuak".

Zeschuk runs the current tourist drink and Edmonton restaurant. Muzyka led ThresholdImpact, a company that has socially conscious companies to help them grow their businesses.

Both men did not intend to rest under their new honor.

"I am motivating that way in this way … now, I have to do more," said Zeschuk.

Muzyka played in the final interview, but still did not know what to grow.

"I hope I continue to find something interesting. I like learning, I help people – they are such issues," he said.

December 27, 2018 / 6:40 a.m. | Story:

Federal and provincial governments have been brief changes in the United Nations in the United States for more than a century, and the jury's chief judges are in charge of last week, and the annual payments remained for a long time.

The Court found Crown "mandatory and compulsory duty" signed in 1850 to increase revenue under the Robinson-Huron Treaty.

Justice Patricia Hennessy wrote the Crown's obligation to pay payments to increase payments.

"The treaties did not have to be the last word of the relationship," he wrote. "The renewal of the relationship was necessary to ensure that both parties continue in a changing environment".

Hennessy did not say how much he owed his payments, bearing in mind that steps and considerations might be in the implementation of his judgment.

21 A United Nations delegation argued in the 2014 case that it is unfair that $ 4 per member's annual payment was not raised, even though some members had poverty.

Hennessy's decision is that there was no growth since 1875, despite the promise to increase the collective annuity that must be guaranteed by the "guaranteed economic income" of the treaty.

There are 30,000 beneficiaries around Robinson-Huron in 21 communities.

The leaders of the northern territories affected by the northern Anishinabek agreed to share land and resources with the local population. In future, Corona should pay the rent generated by the creation of income generated by forests, mining and other resources.

According to the Ontario government spokesman, the court ruling is under review and it means nothing more. The Federal government did not immediately respond to an answer request.

The lawmaker of the NDP, Sol Mamakwa, a Critics of the Indigenous Opposition Opposition, said the decision is a breakthrough reconciliation and expects to add "significant" annuity.

"Indigenous people have always been treated as a secondary citizen in this country," Mamakwa said. "When we think about the resources of the Earth, it is the life of our culture, it is the lifestyle of our country, and I do not think that this amount exists, but I think it's important."

Mamakwa said the rise of annuity would increase access to resources with the programs and services offered by these communities.

Batchewana's chief Dean Sayers said the decision was "great" and more leaders would be commented on Thursday.

Hennessy said that the treaty was very tidy and could be interpreted in different ways, but $ 4 per month "suggests that the Treaties were a temporary transaction.

"As is shown by historical and cultural contexts, this is not the case: parties continue to be in constant contact," he wrote.

December 26, 2018 / 3:38 pm | Story:

The idea of ​​winnipeg dog shelter was the idea of ​​keeping Animals in Christmas alone so popular that people covered their doors.

On a regular holiday, Winnipeg Animal Services staff cleanse kiosks and feed dogs into the yard, but animals spend only a few days.

After a few weeks, staff posted a Facebook event to the public, to stop at Christmas Eve at noon.

Leland Gordon expects a couple of people to come – not hundreds.

Exits have had to play two-story dogs and visit kiosks with them.

Gordon has said that some visitors are planning to take a dog on Thursday when opening hours.

"When we created the Facebook event, we thought …" Who will be on vacation to play dogs? "So we lit out," Gordon said.

Many visitors brought donations based on the unwanted list while others treated volunteers and employees.

In the end, there were more visitors than dogs.

Gordon has said that most dogs are unpleasant in the streets of Winnipeg.

December 26, 2018 / 10:55 a.m. | Story:

Canadian Christmas trees produce more than three million pine trees, bees and firs every year, most of which leave the wild boar annually.

Now, according to Canadian Nature Conservation, people should push the back of the tree to learn about nature and learn about ecology.

"There are better things we can do with our Christmas tree when we conclude it," said Dan Kraus, a senior conservation conservative for Canadian Nature Conservation.

Most municipalities have chips and composting programs with old Christmas trees, but Kraus said that residents can take advantage of older trees.

"If you think that the backyard and backyard will start to use birds soon, especially if you have a birdfeeder, the birds will go into the tree before feeding, to get a shelter for the night," he said.

"You can decorate your old tree for birds and squirrels to hang on the suck, or peanuts."

During the winter, many needles will fall, and in the spring the tree will be ready to enter the ground.

Kraus suggests cutting flower buds around the spring branches.

"They will offer a little space, they will help keep the soil moisture, then you can place a tree trunk on the ground, as well as a garden setting. Look at the houses in your garden during the summer or see insects," he said.

Kraus said cutting the smaller branches, and even more in contact with the soil, they began to decompose beforehand.

"You are feeding the soil. The smaller branches and branches that are in contact with the soil would have to try out just in a few minutes, maybe they would not be more," he said.

It took a couple of years ago to completely break the tree trunk, but the holes drilling process will accelerate.

"It will push the insects into the woods, it will give them up and the trunk will break," he said.

Kraus has said, for those who do not have a house to recycle a tree, be sure to compost your town.

Many lands placed the trees in the dumpster, because methane had no climate change.

December 26, 2018 / 9:30 a.m. | Story:

When a man from Quebec captured by a Cuban accident in an accident that killed a tourist in 2017 after a second trial, he held a four-year-old prisoner.

Touffi Benhamiche has said that despite the incident that occurred on December 10 in the aftermath of the trial.

Mascouche, what. The man was condemned by the negligence that originally caused death, but this year they ruled the Supreme Court of Cuba.

Benhamiche, at the age of 48, was driving a small boat in July 2017 as part of a tour of Cayo Coco, losing control and killing the Ontario woman.

His lawyer argued that the rental company was protecting standard concerns, and Benhamiche gave a small handbook on how craftsmanship worked and was not sure if it was dangerous.

His wife, Kahina Bensaadi, has repeatedly called on the Canadian government officials to take her to her husband's house.

Benhamiche will bet on the new belief, which means Cuba is going to spend another year.

December 25, 2018 / 7:08 p.m. | Story:

After passing a horrible scene from the Humboldt Broncos bus station, Bernadine and Toby Boulet still did not see the son of Logan.

The pair of Lethbridge (Alta) was behind the junior hockey team bus on April 6, 15, and the rural Laskatchewan exploded. Wreckage stopped and picked up, but they could not find it.

For 21 years, the defense has approached the nearest hospital in Nipawin before taking them to Saskatchewan.

"He was critically injured," said his mother in a recent interview in the Canadian press.

When Boulets brought him three-hour to Saskatoon, his son knew that he had a cordial injury and a serious head injury. They remember that they appreciate their passion for survival, many other buses did not survive.

What happened to survive the next life and promote the national movement called Logan Boulet Effect.

When Boulets arrived at the hospital, the doctors were taken to a small room in an intensive care unit, to hear the injuries of a son of a social worker and a nurse.

The spinal cord was a bad injury, probably the waist paralysis down.

The brain injury was much worse.

"His prognosis was not recovered," said his mother, cracking her voice. "Their goal was to stay comfortable until the time came.

"I turned and looked (the doctor) and said:" What is it about to give to their bodies? This chance? "They just looked and said:" Do you want to do something? "

Her husband was immediately there.

"Logan directed me to give him his organs," said Toby Boulet.

Less than a year earlier, Logan spoke heartily, hanging in the yard this afternoon in the afternoon. His friend and son's fitness trainer, Ric Suggit, died in June 2017 and gave his organs.

"He told me he had to sign in with his donor's card in honor of Ric," recalled the father. "I said:" That's awesome, but no one wants your body when I'm 80 years old. "

Both laughed, but Logan's father made it clear that he was serious.

Toby Boulet did not mention his wife's conversation, at that time he heard about the father of the hospital's father.

They both knew what they needed to do.

"Logan is free and healthy and is younger and has other organs that can be used by other people, and they should not be needed anymore," said Bernadine Boulet.

Their decision was strengthened by saying that a son's friend had appeared in the hospital, and Logan signed his wife's card on the birthday, only five weeks before.

Logan Boulet's brain worked on the eve of July 7. He ventured to breathe in a ventilation, but he beat his own heart.

"He never stopped," said his father.

His organs collected about 27 hours during hospital admission.

"That was the number of his hockey," said Toby Boulet. "There are all these small signs."

During Canada, six people were followed by Canada's beneficiary organ and Logan Boulet effect soon. 100,000 Canadians signed up to become the donor after signing their card.

The Canadian Health Service enrolled 99,742 in April alone, that is, only provinces of the provinces included British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and Prince Edward Island.

Other provinces received calls on the phone, since they wanted to register.

The remaining 2018 statistics will not be available until the new year, but Boulets has heard a lot of stories to record the story as heard.

"Every day we keep getting messages," said Toby Boulet, who was the husband of a woman's body who spoke to her husband. But he only signed himself after hearing the story of his son.

"People of all ages started, all lifestyles."

Boulets also heard the story of the hockey player after the parents of other dead children.

They continue to honor the legacy of the children, returning to the community.

"It was somewhat comfortable, somewhat helpful," said Bernadine Boulet. "I'd rather go back eight months and change everything, but we can not.

"We have decided that we will work on one of the emerging tragedies that we will work with organizations that promote organ donors."

An event called Green Shirt Day – Similar to the anti-bullying Pink Shirt Day or Orange Shirt Day conciliation – it will be on April 7, the anniversary of the death of Boulet, to support the organ donation.

Boulets expects a day's hope from people from his son's bodies, especially with a heartfelt heart.

"That's the only thing I really want to know," said his mother.

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