OTTAWA — Federal officials are set to blitz seniors in the coming weeks with letters to remind them to file their taxes on time hoping to get more low-income seniors enrolled in federal benefit programs.Tens of thousands of letters will go out to Canadians over 65 years old, as well as soon-to-be-seniors, explaining that they could be eligible for the low-income supplement on top of old age security.The government says many low-income seniors who could use the extra cash often don’t apply for it because they think they earn too much to qualify.Employment and Social Development Canada documents show more than one in 10 seniors who are eligible for the guaranteed income supplement didn’t receive it in 2016-17.What makes the initiative interesting is that federal officials are going through all the work now in order to never have to do it again.ESDC says the size of the mailings will shrink over time as more seniors are automatically enrolled in the program and will be instantly evaluated to see if they need the federal income supplement.The Canadian Press
Rabat – Trump has responded to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s comments suggesting that the White House is “mentally disabled,” and Trump is “afflicted by a mental disorder.”Rouhani questioned Trump’s mental faculties in response to new sanctions imposed on Iranian officials by Trump. “The White House actions show it is mentally retarded,” said Rouhani, calling them “outrageous and idiotic.”He also accused the US of lying about wanting to resume talks between the two countries. “You say you really want to hold talks with us, but at the same time you’re saying that you want to boycott and sanction our foreign minister, so you’re lying,” he said. The comments seemed to hit home, triggering an emotional response from Trump on Twitter.“Iran leadership doesn’t understand the words ‘nice’ or ‘compassion,’ they never have. Sadly, the thing they do understand is Strength and Power, and the USA is by far the most powerful Military Force in the world, with 1.5 Trillion Dollars invested over the last two years alone,” he tweeted.“The U.S. has not forgotten Iran’s use of IED’s & EFP’s (bombs), which killed 2000 Americans, and wounded many more … Any attack by Iran on anything American will be met with great and overwhelming force. In some areas, overwhelming will mean obliteration.”The statements from Trump seem to contradict other US officials, who say the US wants to negotiate with Iran rather than escalate the dispute.“The United States is not looking to go to war with Iran,” said Mark T. Esper, the acting defense secretary. “Rather, we want to get to a diplomatic path.”Trump’s national security adviser, John Bolton, also insisted the president remained open to real negotiations and “all that Iran needs to do is walk through that open door.”Reminiscent of Trump’s threats to “destroy North Korea”Trump’s insult match with Rouhani bares a striking similarity to his dispute with North Korea in late 2017. The war of words came to a head at the 2017 United Nations general assembly, where he threatened to “totally destroy North Korea” with “fire and fury.”“The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea,” he said. He also referred to North Korea’s leader Kim Jung-un as a “Rocket Man” on “a suicide mission.”In response, Jung-un released a statement calling Trump a “mentally deranged and vowed “highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history.”“A frightened dog barks louder,” he added. “He is surely a rogue and a gangster fond of playing with fire, rather than a politician,” Jung-un said.Even though Trump only doubled down on his statements in response, calling Jung-un “obviously a madman” on Twitter, when they met for face to face talks, the two ended up expressing mutual affection for each other with Trump going as far as saying they “fell in love.”The current dispute with Iran and the road to diplomacy may not be as simple, and complex nuclear deals are at stake. Iran has been adamant it will not be pressured into concessions and will not negotiate with the US under the current oil, banking and trade sanctions.Tensions between Iran and the US higher than ever beforeThe insult match was triggered by Donald Trump placing sanctions on Iranian officials. Trump explained that the sanctions placed on Iranian officials as a response to “aggressive behavior from Iran.”Just last week, Iran shot down a US surveillance drone, claiming that it had violated Iranian airspace over the Strait of Hormuz. However, the US insisted the drone was flying over international waters.In response to the drone being shot down, Trump approved air strikes on Iran but called them off just minutes before the military action was meant to take place, on the morning of Friday, June 21.US planes and ships were already in position when Trump called off the attack, according to the White House. Trump’s motivation behind calling off the attack, or whether it will be carried out at a later date, remains unknown.Iran shooting down the drone and Trump’s planned military action was just the most recent events in tensions that have been escalating for months. In May, things escalated further when Washington ordered all countries halt imports of Iranian oil.In response the US’ call for a boycott, Iran pulled out its international nuclear agreements on May 8, as well as giving Europe, China and Russia a two-month ultimatum to help Iran circumvent US sanctions and sell its oil or it would abandon two more commitments.Trump also accused Iran of being behind two sets of explosions that damaged six oil tankers in the Gulf region. Iran has denied the allegations. The US, in turn, announced that it is building a coalition with unnamed allies to protect Gulf shipping lanes.Read also: China and Russia: US on ‘a Conscious Course to Provoke War’ with Iran
22 June 2011The world’s soon-to-be newest country, Southern Sudan, must ensure that it ratifies all key global treaties upholding human rights and ensure that its citizens are able to enjoy basic freedoms once it becomes independent, a senior United Nations official said today. Kyung-wha Kang, the Deputy UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, told students, diplomats, the media and others gathered at Juba University that Southern Sudan must demonstrate its commitment to becoming a democracy based on equal rights and dignity for all.Southern Sudan will become independent on 9 July after a referendum in January in which voters overwhelmingly backed secession from the rest of Sudan. The referendum was held as part of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) that ended the long-running civil war in Sudan.“This new beginning for South Sudan should be anchored on a bold vision of freedom from fear, freedom from want and need, and peaceful co-existence in mutual respect,” Ms. Kang said.“This of course is the human rights of the people of South Sudan. But it is also about the fundamental principles that should underpin the development and security policies of this fledgling country.”Ms. Kang called on Southern Sudanese authorities to provide a forum that is accountable and open to the public and serve as a mechanism to channel the aspirations of the people.“We thus urge the Government of South Sudan to ratify the core international human rights treaties, creating the normative framework for national legislation that will protect and promote human rights in South Sudan.“Efforts must be exerted to ensure that national laws promulgated by the Assembly are in harmony with these international standards, and that they are applied to national issues.”
The projects are part of the nearly 970 million Sri Lankan rupees ($5.5 million) in assistance that the U.S. Department of State provided towards Sri Lanka’s demining efforts in fiscal year 2018. The US Department of State’s Assistant Secretary for Political-Military Affairs R. Clarke Cooper visited Sri Lanka from June 2 through 5 to discuss security cooperation and assess the progress of U.S.-funded demining programs, the US Embassy in Colombo said today.Assistant Secretary Cooper traveled to the Eastern Province to observe demining operations and meet with project beneficiaries. “The United States is proud to partner with Sri Lanka in reaching its goal to become mine-impact free by 2020. Landmine removal is just one aspect of how the U.S.-Sri Lanka security partnership contributes to the safety of all Sri Lankans,” said Assistant Secretary Cooper. “President Trump’s Indo-Pacific Strategy underscores the importance of sovereign nations working together to advance shared interests. We respect Sri Lanka’s sovereignty and independence and look forward to continuing our bilateral cooperation.” Since 2002, the United States has provided more than 9.5 billion Sri Lankan rupees ($56 million) to clear explosive hazards in Sri Lanka.U.S. funding advances clearance efforts in nine districts affected by landmine contamination and currently supports more than 650 de-mining jobs across the Northern and Eastern Provinces.
Workers enjoy lunch in the sunshine in Westminster’s St James’ ParkCredit:Eddie Mulholland “At this time there is nothing to suggest this was anything other than a tragic accident however, with the sudden death of any child we have an obligation to carry out an investigation to establish the full circumstances of what happened.”I am appealing to anyone who witnessed how the girl came to be in the water and has not already spoken to police to contact us immediately.”There were also a number of visitors in the area at the time and I am appealing to anyone who may have filmed or photographed the incident to please get in touch as it may assist our investigation.”A spokesman for Maritime and Coastguard Agency said: “Just before 11.30am today we received multiple 999 calls from members of the public reporting a child and a woman in distress in the water at Durdle Door, Dorset.”We immediately issued a Mayday relay broadcast to all vessels in the area. A MOD military range safety vessel responded and was almost immediately on scene.”The adult casualty was rescued by a member of the public and the child casualty was recovered from the water by the MOD vessel.” The Lulworth and Wyke Regis coastguard teams attended the incident along with the Weymouth lifeboat and the coastguard helicopter. The girl, from the Salisbury area, was handed over a lifeboat crew who desperately tried to resuscitate her.She was handed over to ambulance paramedics who rushed her to Dorset County Hospital in Dorchester where she was pronounced dead.It came on the hottest day of the year so far as temperatures have reached highs of 25C in the South East.Meanwhile, a continental smog could cause breathing problems for asthmatics and the elderly on Thursday as soaring temperatures combine with pollution from Europe.Britain is expected to experience its warmest April 19th since records began in 1841 with some forecasters predicting highs of 80F (27C) in southern England.Temperatures may even reach 82F (28C) on Friday, just one degree short of the hottest ever April day, which was recorded in London in 1949. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. The tragic incident in Dorset happened at 11.30am. Detective Inspector Steve May, of Dorset Police, said: “Our thoughts are with the family of the young girl involved at this very difficult time. A five-year-old girl has been swept to her death during a day out at the seaside.Police said the girl was in the sea at Durdle Door in Dorset with a woman, thought to have been her mother, when the pair got into difficulty.A member of the public ran into the water and helped the woman out but could not save the girl.A Ministry of Defence military range safety boat, which was in the area, responded to a Mayday broadcast and rushed to the beach and recovered the girl from the water.
Show more Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. An unknown man rang his local radio station on Thursday to reveal how he rushed to Bristol Royal Infirmary after doctors told him his father did not have long left to live but he did not get there in time because climate change protesters were blocking the M32 into the city. Extinction Rebellion have been blocking key roads in Bristol and other cities since Monday as part of a week-long protest. 16 members of the group have been arrested in the city.As part of their wider protest, of the group’s infamous boats was parked on The Strand in London outside the Royal Courts of Justice. They have been disrupting travel for thousands of Londoners.When one Extinction Rebellion protester, Zoe Jones, heard the clip on BBC Radio Bristol, she said she was ‘incredibly sorry’ but still believed she was ‘doing the right thing’. No repeat of April gridlock in London, police chief warns protesters A police chief has warned Extinction Rebellion (XR) they will not be allowed to bring London to a standstill and repeat their Spring chaos in a new “bigger” protest on October 7.Laurence Taylor, Met police deputy assistant police commissioner, also urged the courts to impose tougher sentences that would act as a deterrent to future protests.Some 180 of the 1150 XR supporters arrested in April have been charged with public order offences.”We will not tolerate the disruption that we saw in April, absolutely not. The cost of the economy, the cost to London, the disruption to people going about their lives was not acceptable,” he said.”We will be proactive, we will be learning from all the operations that we run that we have run with extinction rebellion, to make sure that we put commensurate plans in place, and we are already planning for October.” On Thursday, he indicated police would be seeking to place new conditions on protesters to prevent disruption, with the prospects of them being arrested if they breached them.Man unable to reach dying father’s bedside after getting stuck in Extinction Rebellion trafficA man was unable to reach his dying father’s bedside before he passed away after an Extinction Rebellion protest on the motorway left him stuck in traffic. Breaking down in tears, she added: “It’s incredibly difficult to hear stories like that.”I guess the reason why we’re all here is for our families. And I shouldn’t be here. “I shouldn’t be standing in the road stopping people getting to hospital to see their aged father who is on death’s door. “This shouldn’t be happening. But we are here and this is the reality and we have to be here.” Extinction Rebellion boats have been banned from London as the Metropolitan Police imposed a new condition on the climate change protests. The force had to provide evidence that the processions may result in disruption to communities in the capital, and having done so, at 7.40am on Friday, got the condition granted. It reads, under Section 12 of the Public Order Act 1986, that: “No boat, vehicle or other structure may form part of any procession by ‘Extinction Rebellion’ or join the procession at any point on its route or at its final location on Friday, 19 July 2019 within the London region.”Environmentalists have been protesting at British cities – and a staple for their processions have been life-size model boats. Roads have been blocked and people have been arrested for disrupting businesses over the past week, which led the Met to conclude “the information and intelligence available at this time means that the Met feels this action is necessary in order to prevent disruption”.Commander Jane Connors said: “The condition imposed today is limited and absolutely allows lawful protests to continue.”My officers continue to engage with those exercising their right to protest however, we need to balance this with the rights of those wishing to go about their daily lives and action will be taken against those who choose to ignore this condition and/or break the law.”
Police are hunting the heiress to a £300m property fortune after she allegedly assaulted two police officers.Chloe Pidgley, 26, is the granddaughter of Berkeley Homes founder Tony Pidgley, whose fortune puts him among the wealthiest 400 people in Britain.Miss Pidgley was due to appear in court on Monday after being accused of assaulting Metropolitan PCs Calum Jackson and Jake Harris near her Earls Court apartment in March, but failed to appear, so an arrest warrant has been issued by Westminster magistrates.No details of the alleged attack have been released but former receptionist was charged by postal requisition with two counts of assaulting an emergency worker, and told to attend court.Miss Pidgley was herself the victim of a violent attack by an ex-boyfriend, who was jailed in March for assaulting the young woman.According to the Evening Standard, Miss Pidgley was left curled up in a ball, screaming for mercy as Antonio Henry threw a chair and a radiator at her. She was left bruised and bloodied, breaking down in tears as Henry was jailed for 21 months.He had refused to accept their relationship was over, and Miss Pidgley later told the Standard she was “over the moon” her ex-boyfriend was in prison, adding: “I feel so much safer now. I’m so happy. I just feel like it’s a fresh start.” The alleged incident involving the assault by the 26-year-old on the police officers happened just four days later.Miss Pidgley’s grandfather, Tony, Pidgley was adopted from Barnardo’s aged four by travellers and spend his formative years living in a disused railway carriage. He left school aged 15, struggling to read and write, and became a gardener.He saved up enough money to buy a lorry and quickly established it as a significant haulage company.By 1968, just five years after leaving school, he sold the business and became a millionaire, gaining a job at the purchaser, Crest Nicholson, in their building division.His experiences allowed him to found Berkeley and turn it into one of the most-respected housebuilders in the industry.Update: Pidgley is no longer being sought by police. She appeared voluntarily at court on August 14 and case was adjourned for a further hearing Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
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Vijay Sethupathi in Super Deluxe.PR HandoutVijay Sethupathi’s latest movie Super Deluxe has been hit by piracy. The full movie with different qualities has surfaced on torrent sites on the day the film hit the screens.Super Deluxe is a thriller which is directed by Thiagarajan Kumararaja. Apart from Vijay Sethupathi, the cast comprises of Samantha, Fahadh Faasil, Ramya Krishnan, Mysskin, Bagavathi Perumal among many others.The movie marks the return of Thiagarajan Kumararaja to direction after Aaranya Kaandam, released eight years ago. His Super Deluxe, like his first movie, has a strong screenplay backed by fantastic performances from the cast.With highly positive reviews coming its way, trade trackers were hoping that Super Deluxe would strike gold at the box office, but it has to be seen how much does the piracy impact on its collection.Rajinikanth’s Petta and 2.0, Ajith Kumar’s Viswasam and all the biggies had hit the internet hours after the first show in foreign countries.Every film made in Kollywood these days is being made available on torrent sites within a matter of days. Big movies hit the web faster than small-budget films as the craze around such flicks is high. Although the film industry and the central government’s Department of Telecommunications have severe measures in place to curb such malpractices, movies are making their way to the Internet some way or the other. Last year, Tamil Rockers and a few others associated with the notorious piracy website were arrested in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. But it has not put an end to its activities as new movies continue to appear in the torrent site.
The High Court on Monday directed the returning officer of Rangpur district to accept nomination paper of BNP-nominated candidate Jamaat-e-Islami leader Golam Rabbani for Rangpur-5 constituency, reports UNB.An HC bench of justice Sheikh Hassan Arif and justice Rajik Al Jalil came up with the order following a writ petition filed by the candidate on Sunday.Rabbani’s lawyer Shishir Monir said that when Golam Rabbani went to the returning officer to submit his nomination paper on 28 November, the returning officer wasted time without any reason and finally did not accept his nomination paper. However, now the court directed the EC to accept nomination paper as soon as possible.Golam Rabbani also submitted a written application to the chief election commissioner on Saturday.
Tourism Australia has confirmed that it has offered a job to one of the unsuccessful applicants in its ‘Best Jobs in the World’ competition.Catching the bureau’s attention, 22-year-old Melbourne based photographer, Ellenor Argyropoulos will join Tourism Australia’s social media team, where she will use her photographer skills to create destination content for its Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google+ channels.Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy said Ms Argyrophoulos demonstrated the ability create “buzz” around her work and her passion for the destination made her “even more ideally suited for this special role”.As part of her first duty with the bureau, Ms Argyrophoulos will be required to document the Best Jobs in the World competition’s final week.18 finalists remain in the competition, with only six set to win jobs, which include; Wildlife Caretaker (South Australia), Chief Funster (New South Wales), Park Ranger (Queensland), Taste Master (Western Australia), Outback Adventurer (Northern Territory) and Lifestyle Photographer (Melbourne, Victoria).As part of the final week, each candidate will be flown to Australia to take part in a series of challenges relevant to the position they have applied for, with winners to be announced in Sydney on 21 June.Source = e-Travel Blackboard: NJ When being unsuccessful turns to luck.
Australia’s first purpose-built Seaplane Terminal has landed in Rose Bay and is set to become a ‘must do’ experience for Sydneysiders and visitors alike. The harbour-side destination and lounge features a waterside oyster and cocktail bar, VIP space and a flying boat museum paying homage to a historical site in Australian aviation.Twenty-five thousand people fly with Sydney Seaplanes a year making it the largest seaplane operator in Australia, with 75% of those being local residents discovering their home from a new height. The exclusive experience takes in some of Australia’s famous views from the Sydney Opera House, the Harbour Bridge and the city’s beaches including Bondi and Manly. The terminal also acts as a gateway to some of Sydney’s premium dining experiences including Jonah’s at Whale Beach and bespoke picnic options at some of Sydney most secluded beaches.“We have been flying from Rose Bay for years, and it has been a dream of mine to build a luxury terminal for guests to lounge in pre- and post-flight,” enthused Aaron Shaw, Managing Director, Sydney Seaplanes.The site was originally home to Australia’s first international airport for flying boats in 1939. The project was planned to be used as way to move mail within the British Empire, but quickly evolved into a luxurious way to travel. The original journey from Sydney to London took 10 days and required 30 refuelling stops along what became famous as the ‘Kangaroo Route’. A return fare exceeded the average annual wage, therefore no expense was spared. Passengers could enjoy a smoke while playing a game of mini-golf, dine in the silver service restaurant or rest in the Orient Express-style sleeping cabin.Visitors can find out more about the Golden Age of flight through the terminal’s purpose-built museum.Sydney Seaplanes flights start from $200 per person and take off daily from the Rose Bay Terminal.
The cover of the book “The Lost Words” by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris is seen in this undated handout photo. British writer Robert Macfarlane has witnessed first-hand the disappearance of certain nature-oriented words from the lexicon of children. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, House of Anansi Press *MANDATORY CREDIT* Nature terms refound, and a movement ignited, with ‘The Lost Words’ book by Victoria Ahearn, The Canadian Press Posted Oct 18, 2018 12:23 pm PDT Last Updated Oct 18, 2018 at 1:41 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – British writer Robert Macfarlane has witnessed first-hand the disappearance of certain nature-oriented words from the lexicon of children.“I’ve been in classes where no child knows what a wren is, no child knows what a kingfisher is,” he says.“We have spoken with several teachers who hold up an acorn or a picture of an acorn and not one child knows what an acorn is.”“Acorn,” “wren” and “kingfisher” are among the subjects of the “spells” in “The Lost Words,” a gorgeous coffee-table book written by Macfarlane and illustrated by Jackie Morris.Published earlier this month in Canada after being a hit overseas, the bestselling book is a love letter of sorts to 20 of about 40 words concerning nature that were removed from a new edition of the Oxford Junior Dictionary for schoolchildren in 2007.The words were dropped because the dictionary’s analysis determined they were no longer being used enough by children, sparking outrage among nature lovers. Among the words replacing them in the dictionary were many dealing with technology, including “blog,” “broadband,” and “voice-mail.”“It’s not the dictionary’s fault,” says Macfarlane, who focuses on landscape and nature as a literature teacher at the University of Cambridge, and as a renowned writer of several award-winning books.“Blaming a dictionary for telling us how we use language is like blaming a barometer for telling us we’ve got bad weather on the way. It just records the pressure, and the pressures at the moment are that children are thinking less about nature.“But what it became was a symptom of a cultural estrangement that spoke very, very powerfully to people around the world and made them anxious.”“The Lost Words” is hardcover and large in size — 27 by 37 cm, “bigger than some of its youngest readers,” jokes Macfarlane — with stunning artwork made with water colour and gold leaf, and poems on words ranging from “acorn” to “wren.”Macfarlane and Morris wanted to make a book that had “magical thinking at its heart,” so they called the poems in the book “spells” that are meant to be read aloud, as if the reader is conjuring back the lost words and summoning nature.First published a year ago in the U.K., “The Lost Words” has been called a “cultural phenomenon” by the Guardian and sparked a movement of sorts.More than 30 grassroots fundraising campaigns emerged to get the book in schools in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Similar campaigns are under way North America. In Canada, Munro’s Books in Victoria is donating $8 from the sale of every copy to the Swan Lake Christmas Hill Nature Sanctuary, in support of their educational programs for children.The book has also been adapted into music and stage projects, a short film, and is being developed into a feature. It’s also being used by numerous organizations who use poetry as a form of therapy with patients who have suffered trauma or have dementia, Alzheimer’s and other forms of memory loss — patients who have lost their own words and are trying to find language again.“The names are going because, in many cases, the creatures are going, too,” says Macfarlane, whose great aunt used to live in Vancouver Island, where he first realized he wanted to be a writer after reading a copy of Barry Lopez’s “Arctic Dreams” from a local bookstore.“I guess that, perhaps, is the explanation as to why the book struck, and continues to strike, such a powerful chord here and increasingly around the world — is that we are living in a time of loss. We have species disappearing around the world and from under our noses and we all feel a great sense of anxiety at that, but we also feel an inability to do anything about it.“So suddenly the book, I think for many people, has represented a chance to reverse loss — for children particularly.”
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