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"judge canada" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"judge canada" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"About 5 17 700 in here working on the 5 30 news guests so hospitals don't have to give this medicine now by the county Judge Canada's decision down yesterday in the case. Against you See Westchester Hospital, followed by a woman whose husband inside a ventilator. They're in bad shape with Covid 19. She had gotten a doctor from the outside. To prescribe ever met him out of the controversial drug that some say can help patients who have covid. It's meant to treat infections caused by parasites in the body and judge ended up saying that there is absolutely no medical proof. That I ever met him can help. Covid patients said that he feels great deal of sympathy for the family of the man who is suffering with Covid. But he said, You know, there's nothing In any of the medical books any of the studies that he has seen that anyone could produce to show that it does any good. We've got the FDA CDC am a all lined up against using it for this, And he said, If the family wants to continue the treatments, then they will have to take Him to a different hospital that they can't force the hospital to do it. You see, health is saying today that, uh, they asked people in the community do the things that we know works in terms of fighting Covid first and foremost, get vaccinated. You know where mass social distance those kind of things and They say their doctors have, um, you know the appropriate treatments ready to go for people who get sick with Covid and I ever met in just not on the loose list of what's approved to be used. All right. What are you doing at 5 30? We'll talk about getting back to work today and back to school and some districts Now that means wearing a mask. Details of 5 30 news radio 700 wlw. Thank you, Brian. We got your forecast. Seg has sports coming up next? Yes. Thank you, Doctor class. Does anyone have any questions for the optometrist? Logan? If I pushed my eyeball into my school, could I see my brain? Sometimes you'd rather have someone else take.

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"judge canada" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

06:14 min | 5 months ago

"judge canada" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

"The relationship between the people and the and the non human persons that they're eating exactly. The right is based on a relationship. Relationship is based on on the behavior. Right well this gets back away from those kind of property claims being established upon the round. Yeah was there. Some language in these decisions about hunting for ceremony is only supposed to be ceremonial hunting. Or did i was that that i missed that misread that there are some situations where it is. Just meant to be for Sustenance we only get to be barely alive up or ceremonial purposes. Yes yes that's the salmon. Steph has all come like made that progression so the sparrow case was seen to apply to food. Fishery suggest what you're fishing to consume yourself and then the vendor case was the next one in it's you know meant to cover commercial fish to some extent but you have to. You have to prove that. That was your cracked Discussing this case with my sister. Who's a lawyer and she was like. This is actually not a great decision because again. It's back to the evolution aspect. Maybe you didn't maybe have proved that you sold this kind of thing in your pre contact or you know becomes hard to prove. But you do now in. It's become part of your livelihood or your you know there's there's such a a static snus to the way that indigenous culture practices have been Enshrined in these cases And you know there's there's some movement in some interpretation the fact that they drew on it in a dynamic way to make a decision in this case is one example of being interpreted rather flexibly but it could be interpreted the other way by another judge canada in its filings to the supreme court. It laid out its concern. Said put its cards on the table. It's worried that not only site. Specific rights like the right to hunt but also rights to the land itself could be at stake here. The the lawyers go on to save for the canadian crown. it is an unprecedented and remarkable proposition. That a foreign group could hold constitutionally protected titled to canadian territory. It bears emphasizing. That aboriginal title is an exclusive right confers on the group that holds it. The exclusive right to decide how the land is used and the right to benefit from those uses unquote which the spokesman review goes on to say that That could mean. The canadian government will have to consult with the lakes tribe on hydropower and pipeline projects for example gas and it may mean even more that they have rights to land in canada. Whoa yeah i mean there. No more foreign than canada is i. Just don't i don't get it. I can't inhabit the mind of of settler thinker about this. It just seemed so irrational to me again to go back to what i said earlier you just see the work that the nation state has to do. It's it's time they have to be really tireless. Shoring up their legitimacy. Because it's totally ethically and historically inquest it. And so they have to spend all of this time justifying their right to be the deciders as an anthropologist of white people. This is so fascinating. The other thing that i have often been thinking about. I mean i described the telltale clinking relations in the ways in which we you know mixed in mingled in some parts of our territory way that we shared lands At the same time considered it to be you know probably underwent sovereignty or the other or maybe shared sovereignty These concepts have not even been discussed much by indigenous scholars who are looking at law property in these kinds of things so i think it's really like an interesting area to look at especially because in the west here where we don't have treaties you know except for what's now almost a third of the province has treaties. There's a lot of decisions that we look to one of them. Being this recent decision with sokaia team where it was decided they have titled to areas that they can claim for themselves exclusively. Yeah exactly but if they have any share territory than that's where the crown. The bbc government does not have to recognize it necessarily or it's kind of a question mark so we don't have to necessarily consider your rights because they wear exclusive flick the weirdest game ever where two people claim something. They cancel each other. Oh yeah yeah but that is exactly how the decision is being treated. Now in practice may have heard that from multiple sources and it's really problematic right. This is why. I think like the the edge here is to start talking about shared sovereignty as well as sovereignty that belong. You know where there's lands and waters that are clearly had just been used by one indigenous people. What are we. How do we begin to address the shared aspect so who who claims north discussion river. Well and then there's the things that move water. Marin humans cotton grass okay. Why don't we end with A court pool. I i don't know how else to put it. What are we predict. The supreme court of canada will do in this case. Why don't know that. I i'm no enough up here. I i'd rather like gambling. Make bets okay. And bets are what what is the anti. But i'm gonna i'm gonna. I'm going to bet in good faith. Not you know not to make money. I'm gonna i gamble as a form of putting money back in the economy. I want to support not. I hope i'm gonna win. I'm going to bet on behalf of the cynics and you feel like they're going to get everything they asked for or most of what they asked for or i'm going to tear candidate park him. I just want you to know..

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"judge canada" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"judge canada" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"It's a simple Google search from so oh, you know where I got this senate dot gov. He's the minority leader in the Senate senate dot gov. Chucky. Just check it out. Put it up. You get every single confirmation date. And nomination date. You can tell that this is not in the top 100. A fast pushed through, not even close. They also have the votes. And many of them are unanimous and and others are, you know? 71 to 11 70 this 17 69 to 11. 89 21 Guy's name was AH Lewis Powell, nominated by Richard Nixon. And I took it took like three months. October 22nd 1971 to December 6 1971. So just when you listen to somebody's in my head wants to pop off and not just from the president. That happens all the time to make no mistake about it because I can hear Democrats on their own. What about the president? Yes, he does the same thing. But if you think that your party is Commun toe lying. You're wrong. On a daily Remember, it was Camilla Harris, who said that the justice Chase That he did put the nomination in Didn't put the nomination and because it was an election year. No, he didn't put the nomination because there was no Senate in session at all zero when they came back, you put the nomination. There's no indication that he would have held the nomination. Have you lost the election? None whatsoever in any Thing you confined, she lied. It's just To me. That's why when you know Rory as before. What do you do when you go in and you're not sure about you know a judge Canada or whatever. I always vote for the one who's not the incumbent. Cause I think All of the politicians we have We should have one rule one term and done. One term in duck of its two years in the House six years in the Senate for years, the presidency one term and done this way they act in accordance with what's best for the American people are not their party. Cause that's all they do. It's a regular thing. It's it's just it's a sport now. And we're the ones paying for it. It's 9 26 glory. Siri's Go Look. What's training, which I.

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"judge canada" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"judge canada" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The business's president trump raised objection to an E. U. terraformed lobsters threatening a reprisal of that terror of has not dropped European Union charges are subject they don't judge Canada this is for the press Canada doesn't for the same exact laps in the same waters we the European Union does a drop that media we're gonna put a tariff on their cars which would be equivalent to president also took action today to allow commercial fishing in a marine conservation area off the New England coast also a tone hold outcome prosecutors are investigating after a video captured police in buffalo New York shoving a seventy five year old man who then fell and cracked his head the video shows a man identified as Martin Gugino approaching a lot of officers clearing demonstrators from Niagara square around curfew time a man falls backward and hits his head on the pavement the mayor says that man is in serious condition president trump describing the latest unemployment data as outstanding White House correspondent Greg Clugston reports economists had predicted several million more job losses in may but U. S. employers added two and a half million workers to their payrolls and the president was quick to trumpet the news today is probably if you think of it the greatest comeback in American as you but you just have to stop here it's going to keep going he believes the worst of the corona virus pandemic and its economic fallout is behind us and says the economy is going to go up like a rocket ship Greg Clugston Washington jobs report gave Wall Street a shot of adrenaline today the Dow finishing up over three percent the nasdaq ahead over.

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"judge canada" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"judge canada" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We had yesterday. We have rain tonight. I think. Yeah. Rain rain later today and into the evening yet. Wow. You're way are the middle of may and really felt like late October November. It has absolutely has. So I'm breakout of what a win cubs yesterday. I saw that. Yeah. Wow. I went to the game on what's it was that we went Wednesday night where it was the what do you call it? God. I can't even think of it. Yes. Oh, the double play that was phenomenal later. And it was funny. We were getting I posted that we were at the game that we were getting a tornado warnings and thunderstorm warnings. And they started the game early Wednesday. There was a tornado world people text all the comments at Facebook. Like get out there, you're going to die and tell you, and then when it's extra innings, and I thought to myself God, we're never going to get outta here. We're going to be so what a way to go. No Wrigley field. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. That would be a way to go. I I do that. I'll do that. All right. So here's a cool history. Nineteen oh four Canada Dry. Ginger ale was introduced there was a guy the oldest son of Robert McLaughlin, who was the founder of a carriage at motorcar company ginger ale. He was he was appointed to the Royal household of the governor general of Canada and the label featured a beaver atop of Bank of Canada was replaced by the present crept thrown and shields. I guess that's what it was originally packaged. Like, he began shipping this product to New York became so popular that he opened a plant in Manhattan. Sean. Shortly thereafter, and the rest is history. That is the judge Canada Dry. Yeah. You said the man's name that started it or McLaughlin, McLaughlin. I wonder if that was the same guy that had a make coffee. There was a brand of coffee by parents bought when I was a boy called McLachlan's manor house coffee. Okay. I haven't I haven't seen it in years. It's probably not around anymore. But you know, it's a food. You know? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Beverage item. Eight nineteen seventeen six weeks after the United States formally entered the first World War, the US congress passed the selective service act of may eighteenth, nineteen seventeen giving the US president the power to drive soldiers jet Josh's got his letter in the mail eighteen they still send them. I did not know they did that. But when it came I was like, what is this? Yeah. They certainly do. Yeah. I received and Josh is about ready to graduate. Yes. Oh, congratulations. Yes. Thank you. Thank you. But when I was his age, I was about ready to get out of high school. I received a selective service card in the mail. It wasn't a letter. It was just a card and card in there too. My group just got out from under the draft where there was a lottery for Vietnam while just under the wire for it. And then there was nothing of early seven. Okay. Okay. So things were as said winding down over yet. And they really kind of work winding down. But still for decades, you got that letter. You got that car? A little nerve writing five years prior to that nineteen sixty-nine nineteen sixty eight very much. So and that was at the height of the time of dry car draft card burners tra- sure people defecting to Canada. Yup. So I didn't realize they still send it out. Yeah. Yeah. I still got it who we ask. They know who he is absolutely nineteen thirty eight the adventures of Robin Hood directed by Michael Curtis. William cuddly and start Aeroflot Olivia to have. When the reason I brought that up because I remember watching this unfounded, cloudy classic..

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"judge canada" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"judge canada" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The irregular flow of migrants across the Mediterranean ends then legal and safer pathways into Europe will be found for at least some of those who wanted to come. And that report was buying Kevin Connolly now if you own a has some of the other stories from our news desk. There have been clashes in Sudan, the funeral of one of the protesters who died in the capital Khartoum on Thursday. One witness said police open fires the mourners through rocks. Calling for President Robert Scheer to step down a constant chant at countrywide demonstrations now in their fifth week. Queen Elizabeth's husband the Duke of Edinburgh has reportedly been in touch with the two passengers of a car who were injured in a collision involving his vehicle on Thursday. Prince Philip who's Ninety-seven was shaken, but unhurt when his car rolled over in the crash, a former personal assistant to Mariah Carey has accused the singer and her ex manager of subjecting her to severe sexual harassment and discrimination. The shock Nasar. Ian has filed a legal case against the pop star and scalable Oceana cove in Los Angeles. Neither miscarry nor Balaj Nicole has commented. A man was taken to hospital with severe burns after setting fire to himself in the Czech capital. Prague it happened near an exhibition about Yan Pawlak the checks students who fifty years ago set himself alight in protest following the nineteen sixty eight Soviet led invasion from Prague rob Cameron has more. This incident happened two days after checks marks the fiftieth anniversary of Yan politics, self immolation and virtually in exactly the same spot on Wenceslas square eye. Witnesses say the man poured petrol over himself before igniting it passes by including a waitress from a nearby cafe rushed to put out the flames police would only confirm that the man was a check citizen born in one thousand nine hundred sixty four spokeswoman told reporters there was nothing to suggest the act was a political protest. However, an eyewitness said he'd noticed the man had set up a stand with signs in English, and Arabic and had been mumbling something that seemed my prior. The refusal to vaccinate has been listed by the world. Health Organization is one of the ten threats to global health is has vaccination currently prevents two to three million deaths. A year campaigns to oppose vaccination is still widely shared on social media and have gained momentum in recent years. Now, judging Canada has confirmed that an anti vaccination couple will be retried over the death of their son. That case has been a flashpoint in the debate over the movement as the newsroom's Peter Goffin reports nineteen month old Ezekiel Stephan died of meningitis in two thousand twelve his parents part of the anti vaccination movement refused to take him to hospital until he could no longer breathe choosing. Instead to treat him with natural remedies. David and call it. Stephan were convicted in two thousand sixteen of the crime of failing to provide the necessaries of life. Then last year the supreme court of Canada overturned, their conviction ruling the trial judge had made errors when instructing the jury. This. However. Is not the end of the legal process for the Stephens. They are due back in court to be retried in June and on Friday, a judge in the city of Calgary rejected their request to be awarded the equivalent of three million US dollars for past and future legal costs. But it seems the Stephens attitude towards modern medicine will not be so easily dismissed in spite of their son's death. They have remained vocal anti vaccination advocates arguing for a parent's. Right. Not to take their child to the doctor when they're sick. That was quick reminder of our main world news at the moment. A leaking oil pipeline has exploded in central Mexico, killing at least twenty people. I'm Jackie Leonard. You've been listening to the newsroom from the BBC won't service in London..

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