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The Canadian parliamentary budget supervisor paid the Liberal government "stickers price" when the Trans Mountain pipeline was purchased from Kinder Morgan for $ 4.4 million.

Yves Giroux, the Parliamentary Budget Officer, calculates the gasoline of Trans Mountain, and the planned expansion project costs between $ 3.6 million and $ 4.6 million.

This means that the purchase price of the government is $ 4.4 million in the total value calculation of the project.

"If we had a car, we could say that they paid the price of the sticker, they did not negotiate much, they did not win a lot of businesses or manufacturers," said Giroux.

The pipeline capacity will increase the expected cost of $ 9.3 million, project completion of December 31, 2021, when PBO estimates.

But the project says that it should face up to any increase in delays or costs, as Giroux says, "it is becoming increasingly clear that the government is going to be overwhelming."

An existing pipe connects Alberta to the northwest of Edmonton, a terminal at Burnaby and B.C., and its owner, Kinder Morgan, tried to extend it for years to increase the amount of crude oil. The federal government bought a pipe in Kinder Morgan in August, August, Alberta and B.C. On the coast they gave them cold feet to the company and its investors. (It announced a purchase price of $ 4,500 million, but after Giroux's final adjustments, Kinder Morgan's net payment was $ 4.4 million.

The PBO surveys note that the project could have a positive impact on the country's economy and oil prices over the time and budget deployment. However, the government was the only buyer's warning sign.

"There is a risky project in the private sector that nobody wanted to buy, there are usually retirement or pension plans that are available to buy a stream of income generation infrastructure," said Giroux.

Ottawa is now consulting indigenous groups and has reviewed sea effects.

The Council will prepare the report on February 22.

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January 31, 2019/7 at 16:00 | Story:
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Air Safety Authorities said the Toronto Airport Pearson International Execution facilities are causing a serious risk of defect.

According to the Transport Safety Commission, 27 current streams were 27 June 2012 and November 2017.

Filtering occurs when the aircraft finds it on an incorrect track.

All airplanes that landed on an internal track crossed the internal tracks.

Instructions on airport control occurred during the event to stop the second runway.

The report presents problems with the design of the aerodrome and there are several points missing from the busy aviation crews.

"The 27 aircraft crews that looked at all surveys understood that they were going to stop, and they were approaching an active track," said Kathy Fox, the chairman of the committee.

"Even with all visual eyes, lights, signage and frame frames, professional crews did not stop in time, to collide with other aircraft in another aircraft."

The Table Report lists four recommendations, including improved flight guidance guidelines and track changes to the track record.


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UPDATE 7:03 a.m.

The Canadian Supreme Court asserts that the bank is believed to be the trustworthy Alberta energy company, agricultural land does not exclude farms without having to clean it.

Judge 5-2 of the High Court has ruled on the decision of the Court of Alberta in 2016 in the Queen of Bench Alberta Court, which sells an energy-efficient company, when it is linked to non-durable goods and non-disposable assets that are not sold by the company. with creditors.

The Supreme Court has today expressed the trustworthiness of Grant Thornton SL that it is not possible to abandon the abandoned pools outside its life obligations to protect the environment.

The resolution conflicts between the federal dispute and the provincial jurisdiction in the environmental and energy sector.

The provincial energy regulators in Alberta redundantly demanded Redwater Energy Corporation to render environmentally-protected abandoned properties to meet end-of-life conditions.

The company's shareholders did not comply, and included the challenge of the regulator's action as a counterbalance, referring to the federal bankruptcy lawsuit.

Since the case came to the court, approximately 1,800 wells represent more than $ 100 million in liabilities.


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The Canadian Supreme Court regulates today whether or not energy companies can flee from farmed landless farms.

A 2016 ruling by the Queen of Bench's Alberta court authorized a bank energy company to associate creditworthy assets with non-profit and unwanted pools.

Alberta Court of Appeal confirmed the verdict.

Since the case came to the court, approximately 1,800 wells represent more than $ 100 million in liabilities.

The provincial energy regulators in Alberta redundantly demanded Redwater Energy Corporation to render environmentally-protected abandoned properties to meet end-of-life conditions.

The sponsor of the company was not complied with, and the regulator's action

Regulatory energy and the Orphan Well Association, who have cleared a ban on industrial-funded pools, have sued the main courts.

With the help of many farmers, a group also wants to compare the decision of the great court.

The action has taken part in the Department of the Rights of the Surface, because it believes that the rights of the landlords have been excluded.

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January 31, 2019 / 6:57 a.m. | Story:
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They voted for the Conservative Federal, Liberal and Green Party, when the election year was over, but the Democrats continued to raise money.

According to the financial balances presented in the Canadian elections, the Conservatives for 7.4 million euros in the last three months of 2018 – the best result of the fourth quarter has never been recorded. This has earned $ 24.3 million last year in the non-electoral elections of the party.

The liberal governments were behind, and in the last three months of 2016 invested 6.4 million euros in the fourth quarter of an electoral election. Last year, it was $ 16.6 million.

Although the Greens were able to make their own fundraising story. In the last three months of the year, $ 1.5 million were introduced, $ 3.1 million a year, the fourth-quarter best of the party and the general election general election.

On the other hand, the NDD had 1.97 million euros in the last three months of 2018, the lowest result in the fourth quarter of the eight years. The event had a drop of $ 5.2 million, the NDP in 2017 a little better than $ 4.9 million, a worst year for 2011.

The results are far from 2015, the election year, where the NDP thought it could be a real vote for power. In the year 18.6 million dollars went to the party.


January 31, 2019 / 5:35 a.m. | Story:
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After a career in social justice, Scotland's Supreme Court withdrew Thursday by Canadian judges challenging: Making more outreach to marginalized communities.

Michael MacDonald, judge of the Court of Justice, has traditionally accepted the "political insular", and felt responsibility as "instead of the solution instead of the problem."

In a Canadian press conference in Canada, the courts need to better understand that they serve the community.

"It's all about education, it's humility, I think, too … Certainly, I have a vision of the world of a white man, but I do not exclude communities that have come from the communities. I never had any challenges," MacDonald said.

"I believe that one organization is sufficient to acknowledge that everything does not work well and that everyone's benefit and judicial judgment would be richer and that we are learning more about society we judge than we think we are more Jewish."

MacDonald, 64, became a Scottish High Court of Nova Scotia and the Scottish High Court of Scotland in 2004.

For over 40 years, he has been a legal career, in court courts and colleagues to move and study community exclusions.

At the end of June, MacDonald worked with Nova Scotia and Scotland's leading communities in Scotland to organize a two-day meeting at Cherry Brook, N.S., Black Cultural Center. There, 40 judges listened directly to the specific challenges of these communities.

At the end of the congress, MacDonald committed to institutionalize this judicial case, ultimately accessing the Scottish Scottish Access Law Court of Africa.

In addition, the Bank's diversity review began in 2016 to develop a tutoring program for Scottish Africans and lawyers.

"It's easier for the judiciary to say, it's not our problem. It's a social problem. Well, all of our problems are and I'm worried I'm studying statistics, there's a significant supervision of black and indigenous people in prison," he said. He was sitting at his desk, with an office looking for a rainy Halifax Harbor.

"The public trust in the judiciary is essential and, therefore, something that we can improve public confidence in the judicial power."

MacDonald said the judges got new perspectives on marginalized communities.


January 31, 2019 / 5:30 p.m. | Story:
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Three-day heartfelt statements about the impact on the victim The former NHL players Chris Joseph and his wife would look for Mrs. Andrea in their place as Mrs. Tisdale, Sask, a downtown area, where 15 others lost their lives.

The memory of the eccentric accident has grown in the last nine months. There are fourteen wooden crosses with the first name of each victim.

"HumboldtStrong" is a huge metal cross called HumboldtStrong "HumboldtStrong", which includes Humboldt hockey sweaters, hockey sticks, player images and plastic flowers.

A partially-buried plaque in the snow reads "Humboldt Broncos – God's hockey team".

"It has been very hard these last days and we know that if that was the case, we need to see and come to this site," Josephe said in a press conference in Canada, which he and his wife thought about what had happened. missed

"He reflects on it and thinks about who to visit, who can stop.

"We like little kids and Dayna."

It was the third visit to the site. During Jaxon's 21st birthday, they brought some balloons.

Also, in the memorial he was Myles Shumlanski, and his son Nick survived on April 6. It's a tough and painful place. It is less than one kilometer from the family home.

"It will be here in the next 100 years, it's not going to happen. This community will live like this. It's a part of this accident like anybody else," he said.

Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, who was 30 years old, was guilty of 29 guilty guys who had a 29-accident accident on April 29.

The court Sidhu made a signal signal in a rural intersection and the bus driver was not able to avoid collision.

The statements presented to the audience in the impact of the victim. Last trial arguments are pending Thursday.

At this point, forgiveness is not on the Shumlanski family table.

"My son and his 12 other neighbors have come a long way. When he says to my son, I think he'll be sorry. I'm not forgiven until then because it has not happened." said half-trailers that walked on the highway behind Shumlanski.

"I will be glad when (when) this will be done, and then when things go down, there are a lot of families."

Sidhu punishes him hard.


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Ottawa leaves during the best snow of the month of January, cherry blossoms are on the coast of Victoria, B.C. in the legislature.

Millions of Canadians were hiding this week under extreme cold map warnings, even though the coastal cities of the East coast have moderate temperatures.

According to some experts, these forequarters are planned for a short time and may be expected.

"That is, people have announced so many years," said Konrad Gajewski, geography and environmental professor at Ottawa University.

"In this way, we hope for the future more alternatives, extreme, hot and cold conditions."

The adherence of Central Canadian cold comes from the top edge of the jet stream, from north to north with a violent cold with polar frost.

At the same time, the "waves" of windmills boost the north's hot air, which explains comparative coastal temperatures.

Indeed, the exact role of climate change is still a constant debate in the scientific community on the pattern, but as a common belief, it is the result of the warming exercise.

"Because Arctic is heating up because the ice melts back," he said, as Gajewski said, we have more "unfortunately" situations.

This "waviness" of the bottom wind model may be colder and colder south to south and south of Canada, and the hot air extends north to north.

Kent Moore, professor of physics at the University of Toronto, describes weather patterns as the climate system in the world is closely linked to changes in cold and hot central Canadian cities.

As an example, Moore emphasized that the windy wind patterns were increasingly slow and larger Americans, due to the possible warming of the Arctic.

"The greatest changes in climate are happening in the Arctic and some would say:" Who cares? I live in the latitudes of the population, why do I need care? "Said Moor.

"The land is a small place, so things that are happening in the Arctic are not artic."

The interactions between the global climate system also show the influence of the Nino Canadian systems, Moore said.

David Atkinson, climate professor of the University of Victoria, said that the behavior of jet stream could have increased power in the storms, which are becoming increasingly frequent.

"If air moves, the surface air is easier to rise," said Atkinson. "This helps to work on a storm, based on storms."

Gajewski said that the arrival of long weather forecasts has come, so that the changes that governments of all times can jeopardize Canada should be seriously planned to overcome the waves of heat and record the cold in the summer.

This can add snowflake and flood response at municipal level and efforts may be made against global warming.


January 31, 2019 / 5:12 a.m. | Story:
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NATO chief China calls for the treatment of Canadians detained in two countries with the "fair and proper process."

In the first public comments on this case, the secretary general of Jens Stoltenberg said he was "worried".

Beijing directed the concerns of the Canadian government, which wants to "immediately release" the pair.

Diplomatic Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor have been arrested in China in early December by allegedly endangering national security.

His arrests were soon followed by Canadian Canadian authorities. Meng Wanzhou was arrested, senior manager of Huawei Technologies, according to fraudulent charges.

A Canadian actor, Robert Lloyd Schellenberg, was sentenced to death for a previous offense against drug smuggling, which was already punished by a 15-year prison sentence.


January 30, 2019 / 3:32 pm | Story:
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Humboldt Bronco's hockey player said they did not identify after a deadly car accident in Saskatchewan that they were not convinced that inflammatory limbs were actually coming.

Paul and Tanya LaBelle explained to Saskatoon for the first time in court that the boy was deceived as a result of unwillingness and insolence, after a funeral, a serious mistake was made to receive a phone call.

Xavier LaBelle was alive and was in the hospital.

"Joy comes out in an exponential manner," said Paul LaBelle. "We came to bed with kisses and very, very soft hugs."

But parents also thought that parents thought they were feeling their parents and consoling him and holding hands in three days. Parker Tobin, Stony Plain, High, was among the dead, and his body was in the funeral home.

"We know what they took care of as a child and we appreciate it forever," said Tanya LaBelle. "When we were surprised with them, the surprising son was not survived.

"We totally destroyed them and their relatives".

LaBelles set the sentence of a driver of trucks shared in a statement of impact on the victims of shared crime until the last hockey team bus bus station in April.

Calgary Jaskirat Singh Sidhu has conducted 29 counts of dangerous drivers.

In a period of three days, the dead and wounded families have alternated in court in Melfort's court, reading heart-breaking statements.


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Transfers between Six Waters in Northern Ontario, which are starving to the United States, are beginning to be triggered by a week-long delay over the federal government's south of the border.

Small packages, including alpha men and women, will reach the island of Michipicoten, on the island's national park, in the United States of America in the Superior Lake. American officials hope the wolves contribute to maintaining moose populations.

"These wolves must be taken out of the island, otherwise they will be killed," said Aaron Bumstead, territorial development and development director, with Michific First Nation, with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forests of the province that is in line with the mobility.

Last year, the province and First Nation used a total of 15 caribbean helicopters – a threatened Ontario species on the island of Michipicoten. Nine animals were taken to the island of Slate and six to the Caribbean island.

It was the last caribbean in the Caribbean on the island of Michipicoten, with eight cariboues starting in 1982 and growing more than 700 in 2013 after four islands after an ice bridge after a 15-kilometer route to the island. They are lakes.

Caribbean feasts were found in festivals. But in the coming years, a package of more than twenty wolves reached, the food source – the Caribbean – but it disappeared. Now the wolves are in danger, said Bumstead.

"We were asked (the ministry) to eliminate the wolves of the last year's island," said Bumstead. "And there are still no plans to eliminate those who have not moved to the Isle Royale."

A spokesman for the Ministry of Natural Resources said it would not have reached the wolf transfer, captured animals and U.S.

Bumstead's efforts to catch the wolves of Michipicot's island were Wednesday. They saw that the two wolves would not be below them, he said, after trying again.

US officials and researchers from Isle Royale want to pick up Canadian wolves to save the park's current package, reducing this fall, not breeding father-in-law as a couple.

There is an excessive moose in the Isle Royale, and without a large wolf to maintain their population, their numbers will continue to grow, said Rolf Peterson, a research professor at Michigan University, wolves and an island together. last 48 years

Along the island, a population of about 1,600 people has left the island's navigators.


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At the end of the night, an extreme bus driver could respond to a different way of responding to the passenger without losing the bus, but this was not justified, he said Wednesday.

Crown Attorney Keith Eyrikson said driver Irvine Jubal Fraser, at the age of 58, asked a passenger more than a dozen times to get out of the bus to get rid of it physically.

Brian Kyle Thomas, 24, has not been accused of second grade.

"What Mr. Fraser did … did not justify his form or form in any way (his death)," said Eyrikson.

She said she did not have to go on a bus to create a "deadly rage".

Fraser has called for the safety measures requested by Winnipeg buses, including drivers' safety shields, and Winnipeg Transit jackets have met many onlookers on Wednesday.

The defense did not present evidence in the trial and expected hopes that would be closed at the same time.

However, two years later, parts of the winter night captured security cameras at the Fraser bus. They show the driver who catches the passenger and pushes him by the bus.

From the back of the passenger starts throwing points from Fraser. Eyrikson said the traveler was considered a driver, imprisoned with him and called him a name, and wanted to take him to the bus.

"Mr. Fraser can not understand," Eyrikson said.

Although Fraser's height was much higher, Thomas was looking for a dispute, Eyrikson said.

"There was no fear of a boy afraid, because he had a great advantage, he had a knife".

The Jury video shows the driver leaving the bus after the passenger. Safety footage from the city's bus shows and testimonial witnesses revealed a conflict between driver and passenger at the bus station.

In the second minute, Eyrikson said, the driver was stacked several times.


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Canada has had to endure a large part of the cost of developing F-35 fighter aircraft, although it does not really want to buy it.

Canada is one of nine countries in the F-35 project, all of which must cover the cost of developing a stealth fighter on the table.

Each country pays for the F-35 and has bought it and has had more than $ 250 million in the last 20 years of Canada, including $ 54 million last year.

But this amount was based on Stephen Harper's government plan to buy fifty new fighters, the Canadian CF-18's aging, as officially increased by Trudeau's government.

In Canada, however, it does not commit that these 88 jets will be F-35s, officials of the Department of Defense have said that it will have to pay more changes to continue to be partners, including about $ 72 million this year.

The government has said the maintenance of the F-35 development in Canada should not be chosen for the replacement of the CF-18 for two to three years.

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