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He told the crowd that he would pay their legal fees if they did. The Democrats also laid out evidence that Trump showed no concern for people who may have been endangered, or remorse for the role he played, including when Michigan Gov.
Gretchen Whitmer was the target of a white supremacist plot in her state. Raskin said Jan. Psaki was pressed during her briefing Thursday about whether Biden has an obligation to weigh in. Capitol Police and other law enforcement officers who protected the Capitol as it was overrun by supporters of former President Donald Trump. More than 70 officers with the U.
Capitol Police were injured. Many are struggling with the emotional trauma they experienced that day. The first recipient was George Washington. Over the years, the medal has been presented to military leaders, authors, athletes and civil rights icons. At least two-thirds of the House and Senate must co-sponsor Congressional Gold Medal legislation before it is considered in committee.
The House is continuing its impeachment case against Trump over the riot. The Democratic House impeachment managers used security video as part of their case, and the violent images of the riot shook senators and TV viewers alike. Biden has steadfastly refused to weigh in on the trial and again on Thursday said his focus was on fulfilling his campaign promise to battle the coronavirus pandemic.
The House is continuing its case Thursday. The Associated Press. As the acclaimed new film "Judas and the Black Messiah" shows, the chairman of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party advocated for freedom for the Black community, the power of self-determination, and an end to police brutality and the killing of Black people by authorities. His civil rights and anti-war activism spoke to ideals that also resonated in parts of Canada, including what was then known as the University of Saskatchewan's Regina campus, says a professor at the school.
Dawn R. Flood, an associate professor of history at Campion College at the University of Regina, says the campus had "somewhat of a radical reputation" with a larger percentage of liberal arts students compared to its more conservative Saskatoon counterpart.
And it was the Regina students' union that invited Hampton to speak in November before an estimated students. I think it speaks to the similarities of issues on both sides of the border at a time of social upheaval," Flood said in an interview.
The federal agency considered Hampton a radical threat, placed him on a watch list and orchestrated a Chicago police raid in which he was shot and killed in an apartment on Dec. His only child, Fred Hampton, Jr. Flood said BPP leaders regularly gave speeches on campuses around that time, putting the money from their speaking fees toward fundraising efforts for the Black Panthers to pay mostly legal defence funds.
Hampton's messages from back then "remain relevant and cannot be confined to any geographical confines," said his son. He told reporters he planned to meet with local Metis leader Harry Daniels so he could learn more about the treatment of Indigenous people in the province. Flood said Hampton touched on the treatment of Indigenous peoples the next day in his on-campus speech. He also "talked a great deal about overthrowing the fascist capitalist imperialist system, as Fred often did talk about," Flood said.
Hampton and the other two Panthers planned to fly to Alberta to give another speech, seemingly on Nov. Fred Hampton was just invited to leave the country with his colleagues. Chairman Fred was committed, courageous, charismatic. He carried the party line. Everything from right there in community disseminating the Black Panther Party newspapers, to not only operating but organizing the Rainbow coalition and challenging Chairman Fred acknowledged the race as well as the class contradiction, and did it when it was not a 'politically correct' thing or 'chic.
Chairman Fred was a revolutionary. Victoria Ahearn, The Canadian Press. Some people on P. Two P. Two remain active. There have been no deaths or hospitalizations. Nova Scotia reported two new cases Thursday, for a total of 11 active cases. Newfoundland and Labrador reported new confirmed cases of COVID Thursday, for a total of active cases — the highest total to date. The vast majority of those who tested positive were under age 20, health officials said. New Brunswick reported two new cases and one death, with active cases including four confirmed cases of the variant first reported in the U.
Cough or worsening of a previous cough. Sore throat. New or worsening fatigue. Shortness of breath. Runny nose. More from CBC P. Netflix co-CEO and chief content officer Ted Sarandos says the California-based company is still figuring out the office location. But they're thinking of Toronto and Vancouver, since the company has so much production happening in both markets.
Two years ago, Netflix announced plans to set up a production hub in Toronto by leasing two studio spaces along the downtown industrial waterfront area. Sarandos says adding an office in Canada will allow Netflix executives to be closer to Canadian creators, so they can build relationships and field pitches. He adds that Netflix executives will also be able to be more on the ground here and "can keep their fingers on the pulse of what's happening in the creative community in Canada.
We're looking to grow our relationship with the creative community in Canada. So that'll be as open geographically as Canada is. For the Canadian location, the company is in the process of hiring a local content executive and hopes to introduce that person "very soon," said Sarandos.
The content executive will be a point person to guide creatives through Netflix while trying to get their programming in a variety of genres onto the service, whether it be in English or French. The company also plans to expand the Canadian office staff base to include such departments as marketing and publicity. Netflix recently celebrated its year anniversary in Canada and has seven million Canadian subscribers.
Quebec is also an important centre of Netflix investment for VFX and animation, and the company intends to continue that presence, Sarandos said. Canada is "an important part of our production ecosystem" with "world-class crews," he said. Asked if Canada might see a similar commitment from Netflix next year, when that five-year date expires, Sarandos said: "We're in this for the long haul with Canada.
He said Netflix also recently held a virtual Canadian pitch day between creators and executives, which yielded more than 10, submissions from across the country. Netflix also plans to do a French pitch day in the near future. Until now, streaming platforms like Netflix have been exempt from Canada's Broadcasting Act, which sets regulations for the amount of money contributed to the creation of Canadian content in Canada and how much of it should be aired here.
But proposed changes to the act through Bill C, which was introduced in November and is now before the House of Commons, could mean those streaming platforms have to face the same regulations as traditional broadcasters.
Sarandos said Netflix loves "the kind of flexible nature of the bill as proposed," and doesn't think it should face the same spending requirements broadcasters face. And it's the nature of live linear television versus on-demand television. They're very, very different. And I do think that those types of quotas often cut against consumer desire. We're a company that has had great success by focusing on consumers' desire -- consumers in Canada and consumers around the world.
Preparing for what promises to be an extraordinarily busy tax season, the federal government is taking the unusual step of hiring a private company to answer some Canadians' questions about pandemic benefits — a move that has one union warning about privacy concerns. Officials with the Canada Revenue Agency insist this is a short-term initiative and that employees of the private company will only answer general questions and won't have access to taxpayers' personal information.
But what if a taxpayer, thinking they're calling CRA, inadvertently gave confidential information to the employees of the third party? That can certainly happen. So we're concerned with that. The CRA said the company taking on the benefit inquiries is Maximus Canada and that all agents answering the calls will be based in Canada.
On its website, Maximus Canada states that it already provides health administration services in 10 of 13 Canadian provinces and territories. New staffers to be trained on CRA materials, procedures The private sector staffers will be trained with Canada Revenue Agency materials and procedures but will have to refer account-specific questions to the agency's in-house agents, CRA said.
It's not clear how many people are being hired to handle the benefit questions. The CRA said the government has set an "expected service level" and Maxiumus will decide how many people it needs to meet that standard. The contract is set to run from February to August. We don't think that's appropriate," he said. Pandemic benefits complicate tax season Those private sector staffers would be in addition to the roughly 2, new employees CRA is hiring to deal with what the agency has said will be "a tax season like no other" in the wake of the COVID pandemic.
Many Canadians and businesses have accessed newly-created pandemic benefits, which could complicate tax season. The CRA said it has been "aggressively hiring" in-house call agents to help address the many tax questions it anticipates. It said that, by March , it expects to have hired and trained about 2, new agents who will be able to address Canadians' questions about their tax filings. Call centre hours for individual inquiries will also be extended as of Feb.
For close to a decade, campaigning for parliamentary elections in Catalonia has been dominated by its push for independence. But for Sunday's regional ballot, healthcare and the economy have taken centre stage as candidates, including those representing the outgoing - and increasingly divided - pro-secession governing coalition, spar over how best to contain one of Europe's worst coronavirus epidemics. The wealthy northeastern region has the second-highest regional death toll in Spain, where more than 63, have succumbed to the disease.
Saskatchewan's vaccine distribution plan will prioritize some people with disabilities in its next phase and that's welcome news for advocates. The province released some details of Phase 2 of its vaccination rollout plan on Feb. Phase 2 will see the general population inoculated in year age groups, but will also see a priority put on vaccinating "group homes for persons with intellectual disabilities.
She said the announcement provided "a light at the end of that tunnel. The pandemic has been difficult for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities because they can face unique challenges, McNeil said. People may not understand why the restrictions are put into place, why they cannot see their families and staff have been working to help around the clock, she said. It was just heartbreaking to hear of some recent deaths and the outbreaks that have happened.
She said while group homes haven't been hit to the same level as seniors care homes, there have been outbreaks. She said SARC has been there offering support but also pushes as an advocate and working with the government to ensure some people with disabilities weren't lost in the shuffle. Group homes being included was also welcome, McNeil said because of the circumstances of people living in close quarters.
She said the announcement doesn't mean the end of their work on the vaccine rollout. She said many questions remain, such as if vaccine clinics will come to group homes or how people with mobility problems will be vaccinated. The province says that once Phase 2 is underway, vaccinations will be available through mass immunization clinics, walk-in and drive-thru clinics, public health clinics and community-based options such as pharmacies.
We are taking an all hands on deck approach that will allow us to do thousands of shots a day," Health Minister Paul Merriman said at a press conference in Regina on Tuesday. Kaitlyn Anello was flooded with emotions this week when a Facebook notification brought up photos of her from a year ago trying on wedding dresses. The year-old from Toronto had been planning a May wedding in Niagara Falls before her engagement ended on New Year's Eve, launching her back into singlehood for the first time in four years.
While some couples across the country are planning modified Valentine's Day celebrations on Sunday amid COVID restrictions, Anello is just trying to forget the romantic holiday altogether. While they typically celebrated Valentine's Day in low-key fashion — cooking dinner together and exchanging greeting cards — she's cognizant of the social expectations surrounding the upcoming date.
And she's been feeling it more than ever. Anne Wilson, a psychology professor at Laurier University says Valentine's Day can be tough for singles because of the connotations attached to the date. It "valorizes" being linked to another person in a romantic relationship, she says, while "emphasizing societal stigma against singlehood.
Even those in committed, long-term relationships can find Valentine's Day stressful, Wilson says. Expectations for the "culturally hyped" holiday can fall flat, and disappointment is often inflamed by social media, she adds, even if we recognize that online posts don't always represent reality. For singles, the pandemic has added a complicating level to dating, as people are urged to limit contacts to slow the spread of the virus.
Closures of movie theatres, bars and indoor-dining establishments in parts of the country have also added logistical obstacles to the dating scene. Lisa Schueler, a single mother in Cambridge, Ont. And this year it can exacerbate the loneliness many are already feeling because of the pandemic. Even groups of single friends who typically celebrate Valentine's Day together can't do that in person now, and that can compound concerns, he added.
In some ways those restrictions might actually help alleviate social pressure on singles to go out and celebrate in romantic ways, Wilson added. Schueler, who would normally celebrate Valentine's Day by going out to dinner with her ex, is planning on cooking a nice meal for her year-old son instead. She says having the teenager around has helped both of them lessen the isolation brought on by the pandemic, even if her son doesn't always see it that way. The charges against Lempart include insulting a police officer and causing an epidemiological threat for organizing protests during the coronavirus pandemic.
Under Polish law, a person can face from six months to eight years of imprisonment for causing an epidemiological threat. Lempart told The Associated Press that she sees the charges as an intensification of political pressure on her movement. The development comes as the European Union has repeatedly expressed its concerns about the erosion of democratic norms in the member state. LGBT people and independent media also feel under massive pressure by the right-wing government.
Many protesters have previously been charged with misdemeanours for participating in the protests. She said that in almost all of the cases the courts have dropped those charges. The protests erupted in October when the constitutional court ruled to ban abortions in the case of fetal defects, growing into the largest anti-government mass movement in Poland since communism fell more than 30 years ago.
The ruling took effect in late January. The abortion restriction was widely denounced by lawmakers in the European Parliament earlier this week, with most saying it marks a violation of women's rights. Police said officers first stopped the driver as he headed to downtown Tromsoe and ordered him to put chains on his tires. A little while later, officers pulled him over again on a nearby bridge.
In Norway, heavy vehicles are required to use snow chains from mid-November until the end of March regardless of the road conditions in the Scandinavian country. He was escorted out of Norway on Wednesday. City council has voted to let Ottawa grow by way of a whole new suburb in the rural south-east, and shot down a motion to give city staff more time to analyze the proposal and consult with all Indigenous groups.
The Tewin project proposed by the Algonquins of Ontario and Taggart Group infuriated chiefs of Quebec First Nations in the past week, after a joint committee backed by Mayor Jim Watson pointed to reconciliation as a reason to allow hectares of land near Carlsbad Springs to be urbanized. I think that's a shocking abdication of leadership," said Watson. He said that extra work staff would do between now and when a final official plan comes before politicians in September would provide the due diligence.
Ultimately, Watson and other councillors said during a seven-hour council meeting Wednesday that they did not want to wade into conflicts among Algonquin groups. Councillors were drawn to the idea of a development led by the Algonquins of Ontario, he added, and it would have been a "harder sell" if any other developer put forward the same pitch. Other councillors were drawn to the idea of creating a community from scratch — one that might have jobs and be more environmentally-friendly than suburbs of the past.
Last spring, council approved adding 1, hectares of rural land for future suburban development, and Wednesday's vote was to approve the specific parcels. Tewin wasn't originally included in the lands that the city's professional planners were recommending be added to the urban boundary.
Staff had scored the property poorly, as it's far from transit, while the city is planning to spending billions to extend the LRT to Kanata. There are questions about whether the soil conditions would allow for building a dense community, and how wetlands and protected natural areas could fit into the development.
City planners didn't dismiss the idea of Tewin outright, but recommended taking more time to analyze the proposal. But councillors at the committee level overrode staff, adding Tewin property into the urban area immediately.
They even voted to take hectares of land that had scored well in the South March area, and redirected it to Tewin. Catherine McKenney, who moved a motion to give staff the study time it originally recommended. We're going to make the decision today … We're going to go forward today on what is absolutely not enough information for us to make a responsible decision. Rick Chiarelli missed the vote, but was at the meeting.
An estimated , people attended the Mass marking the 90th anniversary of the apparition of Our Lady of Fatima and dedication of a new shrine church in Fatima, Portugal, according to a wire report published in The Observer of Rockford. A small Rockford observance included a processional, commemorative silk hankies and a dinner Oct. Mary Oratory. Proceeds benefit Knights' charities.
For details call Wednesday, at Christ United Methodist Church. Call The Rev. Dick Rasanen, the former pastor of Broadway Covenant Church, was only 46 years old when he found himself in need of a heart transplant. It happened exactly one year before that life-changing date for all Americans: Sept.
His book, "From One Heart to Another," is not just for those who have experienced physical trauma, as suggested on the back cover. Edith C. Webster's column on religion and ethics appears on Thursdays. She can be reached at or ewebster rrstar.
Original content available for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons license, except where noted. Our Lady of Fatima anniversary marked An estimated , people attended the Mass marking the 90th anniversary of the apparition of Our Lady of Fatima and dedication of a new shrine church in Fatima, Portugal, according to a wire report published in The Observer of Rockford.
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