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Blues on the brink of title

first_imgEfficient Chelsea moved to the brink of the Barclays Premier League title after they came from behind to beat gutsy Leicester 3-1. Jose Mourinho’s side can no w clinch the league against Crystal Palace on Sunday and claim their first crown since 2010. They are 13 points clear of Manchester City and Arsenal with just four games left, although the Gunners have a match in hand. Didier Drogba, John Terry and Ramires scored second half goals to rescue the visitors after d isciplined Leicester had shocked them – Marc Albrighton’s first goal for the club gave the hosts a deserved lead. The Foxes, one point above the bottom three, matched Chelsea in a dogged and organised display despite being denied a fifth straight top flight win for the first time since 1963/64. Drogba started for Chelsea along with Petr Cech – with Oscar, after his head injury at Arsenal, and Thibaut Courtois, who was struggling with a hip injury, on the bench. Diego Costa missed out, not risked after a hamstring problem. Leicester were unchanged as Jamie Vardy started despite being a doubt with a foot injury. The hosts began well, snapping at their sloppy visitors who were not allowed to settle with Esteban Cambiasso pulling the strings. The midfielder, central to Mourinho when they won the Champions League at Inter together in 2010, created a fine opening for Ulloa with a glorious pass on 12 minutes, only for the striker’s touch to let him down. Drogba then failed to connect with Willian’s cross as Chelsea threatened before Eden Hazard’s excellent pass unlocked the Foxes, only for Cesc Fabregas’ cross to be hacked clear. The leaders started to probe and Leicester suffered a double blow in a matter of minutes as Andy King, on his 300th appearance for the club, and former Chelsea defender Robert Huth were forced off. Matty James and Ritchie De Laet replaced them but it failed to hurt the Foxes’ resilience as they held off Chelsea with a degree of ease. While the visitors pressed they rarely looked like making a breakthrough against the organised hosts. Danny Drinkwater fired over seven minutes before the break and the leaders then survived a huge scare moments later. Albrighton’s cross was met by Paul Konchesky, who saw his shot turned against the post by Cech and then his cross half-cleared. James headed the ball back for Cambiasso and his lay-off found Albrighton, whose goalbound shot was blocked. But the winger scored his first goal since January 2012 in first half stoppage time to send the home fans into raptures. James sent Vardy scampering down the left and, when he crossed, Cesar Azpilicueta slipped and Albrighton passed the ball into the corner at the far post. The King Power Stadium erupted but was left in stunned silence three minutes after the break when Chelsea levelled. Leicester had been controlled at the back but allowed Branislav Ivanovic to squeeze down the right and cross for Drogba to sweep in from 10 yards. Two minutes later the striker, who had been poor in the first half, fired over and then Fabregas failed to connect with Willian’s sumptuous centre. Chelsea had upped their game and Drogba flashed a shot wide after 62 minutes as Leicester struggled to match their first-half tempo. James saw a shot deflect wide but the visitors were in the ascendency and went ahead 11 minutes from time. Kasper Schmeichel produced an excellent save from Gary Cahill’s header, only for Terry to bundle in the rebound. And four minutes later it was 3-1 when Fabregas cut the ball back for Ramires to find the top corner from 18 yards. Press Associationlast_img read more

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Column: Legalized sports betting is one bet paying off

first_imgThe action is coming fast and heavy.A bettor in New Jersey used his mobile app to win $325,000 on a $500,000 wager on Boston to win the World Series. Another DraftKings bettor hit a longshot money line parlay on longshots Oregon State and Kansas to collect $4,313 on his $50 bet.Many others, surely, will be scrambling to pay the rent next month after their can’t-miss bets somehow missed.For better or worse, sports betting is here to stay. Bettors are crowding into books in the six states where sports betting is now legal, and other states are lining up to open their markets to wagers.And as it spreads nationwide, sports betting is changing the way America’s biggest sports approach the game.The NHL this week announced a deal with casino giant MGM Resorts International that officially ties the league to a gambling company. That follows a similar deal MGM made earlier with the NBA.It’s only a matter of time before the NFL joins in to get a piece of the pie, and baseball wants its share, too.Meanwhile, regulators in Nevada announced Tuesday that sports books took in a record handle — and had record profits — in September as the stigma that once haunted sports betting fades into the background.“Our ticket count is through the roof,” said Jimmy Vaccaro, the longtime oddsmaker at the sports book at the South Point in Las Vegas. “It’s driven with new people who are playing. The same old people are there each week and now it’s the recreational guys showing up.”Those running America’s sports leagues are taking notice. There’s money to be made, and they’re wasting no time in going after it.A top Major League Baseball executive said earlier this month the league wants a 0.25 percent cut of betting handles in the spirit of “fairness” because it supplies the games bettors wager on.And the NFL — which was so concerned about betting a few years ago that it wouldn’t allow Tony Romo to host a fantasy sports conference in a casino — is now trying to figure out how to maximize betting revenues for its teams.How quickly things have changed since the Supreme Court decision in May opened the floodgates to nationwide betting.There’s no more moral indignation from the leagues. No more hand wringing about possible betting scandals.Just a mad dash to get a piece of the action in a market that will be worth billions of dollars.Fortunately, there’s enough money to make everyone happy in the end. The bookies are plenty sharp and the bettors plenty gullible, a combination that will lead to riches in the industry.Is it all good? No, because there is a cost associated with sports betting just as there is with any other vice that separates people from their money.Expect plenty of stories about bad beats and chasing money long since gone. Families will break up, and people will become homeless because a gambling addiction can be ruinous.The bottom line is there aren’t many who can beat the bookies, at least in the long term. The bettor who won a half million on the Red Sox will find that out, as will the longshot bettor who thinks the next parlay will finally be the one he wins.With the sports books pocketing, for the most part, a 10 percent vig (the house edge) on each bet, a bettor has to win 52.4 percent of the time just to break even. It sounds easy enough, but Las Vegas is filled with sordid tales of those who went bankrupt or worse trying to beat the bookies.It’s an adult activity that should be enjoyed in moderation. Betting the mortgage never works, and there is no such thing as a sure thing.But sports betting is here, and it’s here to stay. Like casino gambling did when it expanded beyond Nevada in the 1980s, it will become a part of the fabric of everyday society.Don’t expect any point shaving scandals to suddenly pop up and ruin that. It’s in the best interest of both the bookies and the leagues to keep their sports on the up and up, and they will.In the end, the leagues will not only survive the sports betting they feared for so many years, but thrive.Interesting how quickly they’ve decided sports betting isn’t so bad after all.___Tim Dahlberg is a national sports columnist for The Associated Press. Write to him at [email protected] or http://twitter.com/timdahlberg This Aug. 1, 2018 photo shows gamblers placing bets in the sports betting lounge at Harrah’s casino in Atlantic City N.J. On Oct. 30, 2018,  (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)last_img read more

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Report: Kevin Durant forced Warriors to give Nets a first-round pick in sign-and-trade

first_imgAfter deciding to leave the Warriors for the Nets in free agency last week, Kevin Durant was apparently in no mood to deliver a parting gift to his former team. He reportedly wouldn’t agree to the sign-and-trade deal that sent D’Angelo Russell to Golden State unless the Warriors also gave up a first-round pick.Durant didn’t believe the Warriors were sacrificing enough in a straight up deal for Russell, so … (CLICK HERE, if you are unable to view this photo gallery on your mobile device.)last_img read more

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The Geocaching Road Trip ‘15 Begins Friday!

first_imgEarn Your First New Souvenir This WeekendBeginning Friday, June 19, you can earn your first brand new souvenir of the Geocaching Road Trip ‘15. All you have to do is find a geocache with 10+ Favorite Points. Any geocache, anywhere—as long as it has 10 or more Favorite Points. You can learn more about the Geocaching Road Trip ‘15 and the 15 Years of Geocaching celebration here.Check out the latest Featured Search on our brand new search page to find favorited geocaches near you. Geocaching Premium members can use the Geocaching app to apply filters and sort nearby geocaches by Favorite Points.You have until September 2 to earn this souvenir, so don’t worry if you don’t find it right away. This also happens to be the perfect time to start awarding all those Favorite Points you’ve been saving up.Search for Favorited Geocaches NowShare with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedYou’re Days Away from a Brand New Souvenir! #Geocaching15April 27, 2015In “Community”GeoTours Deliver More Fun With FavoritesJune 29, 2015In “GeoTours”Sneak Peek: The First Geocaching Road Trip ’15 SouvenirJune 17, 2015In “15 Years”last_img read more

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A Guide To Affordable HDMI Transmitters And Receivers

first_imgWireless video can streamline your film set. Whether it’s for focus-pulling or a client’s monitor, here’s how to add wireless video to your set for cheap.One thing that has always bothered me about shooting on a gimbal is the inability to effectively pull focus. You need a lot of wireless functionality to do it right, and that stuff isn’t cheap. For one, you need a wireless follow focus, but you also need wireless video to send an image to a remote focus puller. Or you can grow an extra arm and use that.Another pain-point on set is when you’re setting up your video village (client/director monitor) and that HDMI or SDI cable only reaches so far, and now your client is sitting right on top of you all day, watching your every move, and there are cables in the way running everywhere. It’s so much easier to just plug in a wireless HDMI transmitter/receiver and be fully mobile.I’ve done an extreme amount of research on this and used multiple units, and this is what I’ve learned: there are absolutely zero options that feel professional enough under $1,000. There are some that work, but they aren’t as reliable — and in key moments, you need reliability.The System I BuiltThis is a fantastic video from Caleb Pike over at DSLR Video Shooter. As always, he provides a great and affordable solution to a common on-set issue.When I first came across this video, I had finally purchased my first wireless follow focus system and had spent all of my money on that. So I needed a cheap way to get wireless video, so that I could, you know, use the follow focus I just bought. This video ticked all the boxes, and it was affordable enough to give it a shot. This was the most professional-looking option that I could find with the budget I had.This build uses the Nyrius Aries Prime (or pro) system in conjunction with some cheap cell phone batteries and rigging parts to build a pretty decent-looking handheld director’s monitor setup. When I built mine, I was able to rig the wireless follow focus transmitter directly to the rig as well.Sam And Niko over at corridor have a similar build using the Nyrius as well.While both of these builds tick the boxes of affordability and professional appearance, I had a whole lot of trouble with mine. That’s not to knock their builds, but I just really struggled with my Nyrius unit in particular.When it was working, it was working beautifully. The freedom combined with a remote focus puller was just so much fun and creatively exciting that when it wasn’t working, I was all the more frustrated.There are a few drawbacks to the Nyrius approach. The main one is that the signal would drop or be unavailable about 50% of the time. The thing that was perplexing was that when I’d remove all of the Nyrius hardware from the rig that I built, the signal would work fine. It almost seemed like the metal of the rig was creating some sort of interference.Also, wrangling and keeping all of those cell phone charger-style batteries was somewhat of a struggle.In both of the above videos, however, it seemed that they weren’t having quite these issues. Which leads me to my conclusion: it’s just a cheap solution, and not really a professional one, which they admit in both videos. Your mileage will vary, and that is the problem. You need reliability.Other OptionsUnfortunately, aside from the Nyrius systems and a bunch of cheap aftermarket Amazon alternatives that I’ve never tried myself, you get a steep jump into the $1,500-$3,000 range.CAME-TV makes what looks like a decent kit for about $700, but I haven’t used this one myself. Video review below.There are a ton of other options in this same price-range as well. You have units from Teradek, Paralinx, Ikan, and others. All of these seem to be priced based on the range they offer and other factors like battery life and latency. However, to me, once the latency gets low enough that someone can pull focus, most of the price differences aren’t as indicative of the quality of the product.The only other option in the sub-$3,000 range that I have used myself is the CINEGEARS Ghost Eye system, and it worked fantastically with no signal issues or latency whatsoever.So, my point is that once you get into the higher price range, they all seem to work pretty well. That’s why they’re expensive.The Future Of Wireless VideoEarly in 2018, SmallHD announced that they had partnered with Teradek to create their new line of monitors with built-in wireless systems. In my opinion, this is definitely the next logical step for wireless video monitoring — systems that include built-in wireless functionality, and leave it to SmallHD to be the pioneers.SmallHD now offers built-in wireless options for their 703 monitor as well as some wireless options for their Focus line (both of which run around $1,300).Looking for more video production tips? Check these out.7 Ways To Light A Face Using Quasar Science LEDsRoundup: 5 Cutting-Edge Apps for the Modern Filmmaker5 Actually Useful Wrap Gifts Your Crew Will AppreciateSpeed Up Your Workflow with Adobe’s New Project RushUsing Canon 5D mk IV’s Auto-Focus While Shooting Videolast_img read more

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GALLERY: Undefeated NU sweeps FEU for PVL Collegiate title

first_imgTyphoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. NBA suspends Portland’s CJ McCollum for a game Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Jaja Santiago, who was officially named conference MVP, led the Lady Bulldogs with 22 points while Jasmine Nabor controlled the game and tempo with 45 excellent sets.Nabor wound up winning the Finals MVP award.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight LATEST STORIES Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC MOST READ Not only did National University sweep Far Eastern University to win the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference title, the Lady Bulldogs also completed a perfect run.NU disposed of FEU in four sets, 25-22, 25-19, 19-25, 25-16, in Game 2 on Saturday night at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.ADVERTISEMENT Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Read Next View commentslast_img read more

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3 days agoMan Utd legend Neville: Solskjaer tactics spot on against Liverpool

first_imgAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Man Utd legend Neville: Solskjaer tactics spot on against Liverpoolby Freddie Taylor3 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United legend Phil Neville says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer got his tactics “spot on” against Liverpool on Sunday.Solskjaer’s decision to play with five in defence nullified Liverpool’s attacking threat at Old Trafford for the majority of the game, before Adam Lallana equalised in the final minutes.”Tactically, Ole got it really spot on,” the England women’s manager told Optus Sport.”Five at the back, they defended the middle of the pitch really well, the three centre-backs, in particular, defended the goal really well, every cross that came in from wide areas they were set.”Just that cross at the end when it gets fired across the box. Rojo just lost a little bit of concentration and it got punished.”Liverpool did finish really strong and United will feel like that’s two points dropped.” last_img read more

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Ontario takes big step towards First Nations policing with historic bill

first_imgWillow Fiddler APTN NewsFirst Nations policing in Ontario is one step closer to being considered an essential service after the Safer Ontario Act was passed on Thursday.Bill-175 states First Nations can apply to be a designated police board responsible for policing in an area under the Police Services Act.This means First Nations police services could be protected under the same legislated policing standards as municipal and provincial police services.Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) called the passing of the bill a historic day and a result of years of negotiating the legislative framework that could mandate the Nishnawbe Aski Police Service (NAPS) – the country’s largest First Nations police force.“This legislation will ensure that NAN First Nations will have access to the same level of policing as the rest of Ontario,” said Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler in a news release.NAN has been in a tripartite agreement with the province and Canada since 1994 when NAPS was created.Since then, First Nations leaders in northern Ontario have been calling for equitable policing for its communities.“It’s a huge development, after all the time, Ipperwash, everything else. This is very big,” said Julian Falconer, legal counsel for NAN, referring to the 1995 Ipperwash Crisis in which Stony Point First Nation occupied land the federal government had appropriated for military use.“There’s actual protections in the act to retain the Indigenous identity and become a legislated police service just like any other police service in the province,” Falconer said.However, the challenges of First Nations policing hasn’t been so much the cultural aspects but the chronic resource and funding inadequacies that leave officers and communities feeling unsafe.In 2016, all but one of the 135 officers with NAPS voted in favor of strike action. They were frustrated and fed up with low pay and poor working conditions that did not meet standards because there were none.Under the First Nations Policing Program, some detachments have operated with no running water or heat and officers are required to work, often times alone, with no immediate back up in the 35 First Nations communities served by NAPS.The chronic inadequacies have been documented in various reports and recommendations from public inquests like the one for Lena Anderson, a young mother from Kasabonika First Nation who died by suicide when she was detained and left alone in the back of a police truck in 2013.In April 2017, the province offered First Nations policing full wage parity with provincial police.The Safer Ontario Act was tabled in the legislature in November 2017.“Safety backed by the rule of law will ensure that policing by our officers will be equitable to other police services in this province. This will go a long way to improving the health and safety of our communities,” said NAPS board chairman Mike Metatawabin.last_img read more

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Brookfield and the Caisse buy automotive battery business from Johnson Controls

first_imgMONTREAL — Brookfield Business Partners LP and the Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, together with a group of institutional partners, have signed a deal to buy Johnson Controls’ power solutions business for US$13.2 billion.The business produces batteries for automakers and aftermarket distributors and retailers.The companies say it is well positioned to benefit from the growth in demand for advanced batteries, including those used in electric vehicles.“We are excited to grow our business with the acquisition of power solutions, a global market leader which generates consistent cash flows and profitability,” said Cyrus Madon, chief executive of Brookfield Business Partners. “We look forward to partnering with the management team to continue growing this world-class business and build on its track record of innovation.”George Oliver, Johnson Controls chairman and chief executive, said the deal was a significant milestone in the ongoing transformation of the company.“The sale of our Power Solutions business will create value for investors by streamlining our portfolio and giving us increased financial flexibility to strengthen our balance sheet, return capital to shareholders and create optionality in our buildings business,” Oliver said in a statement.Johnson Controls expects net cash proceeds from the deal to be US$11.4 billion after tax and transaction-related expenses.It expects to use $3 billion to $3.5 billion to repay debt.The transaction will be funded with approximately US$3 billion of equity and about US$10.2 billion of long-term debt financing.Brookfield Business Partners, the main business services and industrials company of Brookfield Asset Management Inc., expects to fund approximately 30 per cent of the equity, while CDPQ will fund about 30 per cent. The balance is being funded by other institutional partners.The deal is expected to close by June 30, 2019. Companies in this story: (TSX:BBU.UN, TSX:BAM.A)The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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New Trans Mountain pipeline review doomed to fail Vancouver mayor elect

first_imgPrime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government, which has purchased the existing Trans Mountain line and expansion project for $4.5 billion, tasked the energy board with reviewing marine environment impacts and submitting a report by Feb. 22.Energy board spokesman James Stevenson declined comment on Stewart’s remarks but has said previously that the revamped review will be a comprehensive scientific and technical examination of project-related marine shipping.Stewart said Trudeau was the one who brought up Trans Mountain during their first meeting Thursday since Stewart’s election win.“I said, ‘First of all, it’s been a weird year. I was arrested, then I resigned as MP and now I’m mayor, within a period of about six months.’ But my position on that was clear. I’m still very much opposed to this pipeline,” he said. VANCOUVER, B.C. – Vancouver’s incoming mayor says a revamped National Energy Board review of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is likely doomed to fail and will land the federal government back in a courtroom.The energy board is reviewing the project’s impacts on the marine environment and Kennedy Stewart says it’s too rushed, including a week-long window for Indigenous groups and others to apply to participate.“I do think the revamped NEB process we’re going through probably is going to fail again. I don’t think giving First Nations a week to submit to a brand new reconciliation process is enough time and that’ll be challenged in court again and rightly so,” he said in an interview. “I could see this being deadlocked like the Mackenzie Valley pipeline for many, many, many years,” he added, referring to a proposed natural gas line through the Northwest Territories that was stalled for decades.Stewart, formerly the New Democrat MP for Burnaby South, was among a group of protesters who were arrested in March while blocking Trans Mountain’s main gate, violating a court order to stay five metres from company work sites. He pleaded guilty to contempt of court and paid a $500 fine.After winning Vancouver’s mayoral race by fewer than 1,000 votes, he will be sworn in on Monday.His opinion on the pipeline expansion hasn’t changed, he said, and he will continue to back the city’s practice of supporting local Indigenous groups in their court challenges by applying to be an intervener.The Tsleil-Waututh and Squamish Nations have traditional territories in the Vancouver area and both have said the new process is repeating the same mistakes and laying the groundwork for a new court challenge.The Federal Court of Appeal struck down the federal government’s approval of the project in August due to inadequate Indigenous consultation and the energy board’s failure to review impacts on the marine environment.center_img “However, I understand my role has changed. Perhaps where my mandate as MP in Burnaby was to stop the pipeline as a top priority, the voters of this city have said your priority is to fix our housing problem.”The pipeline expansion would triple the amount of oil being carried from the Edmonton area to a marine shipping terminal in Burnaby, increasing the number of tankers in Metro Vancouver waters seven-fold.Stewart also said he told Trudeau that if the city takes any action against the project, he will call first to inform him.Trudeau and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley have said the project is in the national interest because Alberta needs to get its oil to markets outside the U.S. where it can fetch higher prices, particularly in Asia.But Stewart said it’s ridiculous that Canada exports oil in the west while importing oil in the east. The country should have a national energy strategy that involves refining products in Canada, particularly in the eastern part of the country, he said.“What ultimately would be the best thing to do is to ship Alberta oil east, make sure there’s guaranteed supplies for existing or new refineries, so Canadians are using Canadian oil,” he said.Trudeau addressed the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade before his meeting with Stewart on Thursday. The prime minister said the court’s decision laid out a road map for his government to proceed with the project.After meeting with Stewart, Trudeau said they agreed to make housing and infrastructure top priorities while diverging on the pipeline expansion.“Obviously there’s issues like TMX where we’re going to disagree, but there’s also an awful lot for us to work on together.”(THE CANADIAN PRESS)last_img read more

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