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"quebec city" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"But that's not what we have to say. I appreciate your time. My buzzer by. Dr gaston sarah sits on the scientific immunization group with quebec's public health institute. He was in quebec city.
Court ruling cuts sentence for Quebec mosque shooter
"Canadian court cuts the prison sentence for a man responsible for a deadly shooting at a mosque. Quebec's highest court has declared consecutive life sentences to be unconstitutional. This ruling reduces the sentence given to the man who murdered six people in the Quebec City mosque. A court sentenced convicted shooter Alexandre Bissonnette to life in prison without parole for 40 years. But Thursday's decision by the Quebec Court of Appeal Means Business can now apply for parole after serving 25 years. Andrew Stewart reports. The ruling does not, however, guarantee parole for the shooter.
Police arrest suspect after stabbings in Quebec City kills 2
"In Canada police have arrested a twenty four year old man who was dressed in medieval clothing an armed with a sword in connection with the stabbing death in Quebec of two people on Halloween five others were injured Carl. Gerard. Had A hearing today. He faces two counts of first degree murder police say they believe the attack was personal and not terrorism
"quebec city" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The Louisiana Coast, the scene of what may be the deadliest offshore drilling accident in 50 years. States is offering our full assistance to Haiti and two others in the region. Or we are not a nation that says Don't ask. Don't tell. Wear a nation that says out of many wear one for the past 50 years. We've been through a lot together. Thanks for making 10 10 wins the place where more people get their news than any other station in the nation. 10 10 wins all news all the time. Wins news time. 10 36 2 killed, five injured in a stabbing attack in Quebec City last night Now where this morning an arrest has been made, people killed, five injured in the attack. The suspect, a man in his twenties, taken into police custody after a manhunt and a neighborhood lock down earlier. Investigators describe the attacker is being dressed in medieval clothing and armed with some sort of knife. No word on a motive. Correspondent Derek Dennis the investigation there on that Halloween stabbing, continuing rescue workers still combing the rubble where a powerful earthquake toppled buildings in Izmir, Turkey's third biggest city, target of small tsunami swept onto the age and coast there, the Greek island of Samos. The quake hit Friday afternoon, at least 57 people have been killed about 900 injured. 100. People have been pulled out of the wreckage so far enough clear yet how many more may still be trapped? Nick Cordero lives on in his family's home. His widow, Amanda Klute, says she and they're 16 month old son. Used some of the Broadway Theatre stars ashes to create a heart designed ceramic vase. She and Little Elvis even put their hand prints into the clay before it was fired. Now they've been keeping flowers in the vase. Remember the 41 year old who died of Cove it on July 5th wins news time. 10 38 10 10 wins Entertainment Now James Monroe Inglehart, Broadway's original genie from Aladdin, announcing this year's Tony nominees didn't think we were gonna have the Tony awards. Of course we're gonna have the Tony Awards. It's just gonna be a little different, a little different, indeed. Do not you get to see just how different the 74th annual Tony's handed out digitally after their postponement from June Jagged little pill leads the nomination with 15 competes for best musical alongside Moulin Rouge, the musical and Tina. The Tina Turner musical slave plays got a dozen nods, which marks a record for the most nominations for a new play that's competing. With the inheritance 11 nominations also up for best play, seawall, a life and the sound inside. SNL live again last night. Jim Carrey's Joe Biden previewing Election Day Election day. Like most Americans, you're excited to vote. Very, very, very worried about the outcome. Hey, Sam, eight points ahead. Whole numbers like that. I only go wrong once in a blue moon. Ah, Halloween got some time to Carrie's Biden reading Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven. Except it wasn't a bird knocking at his chamber tore it was Kate McKinnon's Hillary Clinton. John Mulaney, the host last night, fourth time in three seasons. The former SNL writer starting his monologue, saying he'd spent quarantine binging a new comedy. Siri's New York governor, Andrew Cuomo, was covert 19 press briefing. I love those press conferences, he would walk out every day. A little a little too excited, and he'd sit down to Goa today is Tuesday of pride that he remembered the day backstage. One of his jab. Bronies was like there's no way you remember it. Watch me. Mulaney continued saying, though, that Cuomo maybe quote the least weird politician in America wins news time 10 39 You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much I'm going to have to speed things up. You could get the claim three discount, which gives you money off your homeowner's policy. If you've been clean for you for three consecutive years, also lives with three successive years, three years great in what's known to insurance Francis to claim three threepeat. Get a whole lot of something with farmers Policy perks start with a quote by calling 1 800 farmers.
Police arrest suspect after stabbings in Quebec City kills 2
"Hurt. Halloween night stabbing attack in Quebec ABC Julie McFarland has the details from the foreign desk. The attack took place in the historic old Quebec neighbourhood of the city near the provincial legislature. The first reports of an incident coming shortly after 10 o'clock at night local time police described the man is being dressed in medieval clothes and armed with a bladed weapon and ordered residents to stay indoors. While an investigation was underway. Later in the night, a man in his mid twenties was arrested. There's no word yet on a possible motive. Two for the attack. Still no update on the condition of the New Orleans
"quebec city" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Downtown 15 minutes that studio long term road construction also on the Eisenhower In bomb between Racine in the burn. We've got some slow traffic there. All right, well, this just in Chicago police announced a 6% reduction and overall crime in the city for the month of October. That's compared to last year. That statistic driven by a 25% decrease in burglary and theft this month. CPD says it's doubled down on efforts to seize and recover illegal guns in order to prevent the next shooting or murder. It reports the lowest number of shootings in October in the past six months, even though there's an increase in shootings and murders for the overall year of that report comes as two people have been killed in 19 others injured in shootings across the city since Friday night. The latest fatal attack left a 32 year old man dead in South shore last night. On Friday night. One person was killed in a shooting in Morgan Park on the far South side. Last weekend. Seven people were killed in 16 more hurt in shootings across the city Police in Quebec City up in Canada hunting for a man dressed in medieval clothing and armed with a bladed weapon whose left multiple victims Police said late Saturday. The attacks happen near the provincial legislature on Halloween police asking those in the area to stay indoors. There's no word on how many people were hurt the severity of their injuries or in a possible motive for the attacks. Illinois school been 19 cases are up for a third straight day will be gonzo Gate. Salgado has those numbers. The Illinois Department of Public Health is reporting 7899 new infections. There are now 410,300 total infections in the state. I d pH is also reporting 46 more deaths, bringing that total to 9757 92,636 tests have been conducted in the last 24 hours, and the positivity rate is now on 9% gave so battle W G M news. And in Wisconsin, there are more than 5200 new cases. That's the third time this week and the third time since the pandemic began of over 5000 new cases, the state's death toll Rose passed the 2000 mark Saturday. Another 229 people were hospitalized in the pets in the past 24 hours. That's a new daily record. Wisconsin 70 positivity rate an all time high of 30.6%. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Saturday a new month long locked down on the same day the U. K surpassed one million confirmed covert 19 cases. That new locked on will go into effect next Thursday Less until December, 2nd. Under the new restrictions, restaurants can only offer takeout, not essential shops must close and people will only be allowed to leave their homes for a short list of reasons, including exercise. President Trump is wrapping up the final days of the campaign with a blitz of rallies. He'll hit five states for five campaign rally Sunday, taking his pitch to voters in the battleground states of Iowa, Michigan, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida. He hosted four rallies in Pennsylvania Saturday and planes for seven more rallies on Monday. Meanwhile, Democrat Joe Biden will devote much of the final two days campaigning in Pennsylvania, a ST vital to his White House strategy. Trump was the first Republican presidential candidate to take Pennsylvania since 1988. But the state's fate in 2020 remains up in the air News nations. Michael Shorey's in Philadelphia with more Republicans here are thinking about 2016 Democrats are thinking about 2018. That's when Bob Casey, the senior senator from Pennsylvania, comes from the North East from Scranton, Pennsylvania, didn't do as well in Scranton as he'd done the last time. But in 2018, he romped in the suburbs, Hillary Clinton lost the suburbs of Philadelphia by 4%. Bob Casey went completely.
Man in medieval clothing stabs two to death in Canada's Quebec City
"Police in Quebec City up in Canada hunting for a man dressed in medieval clothing and armed with a bladed weapon whose left multiple victims Police said late Saturday. The attacks happen near the provincial legislature on Halloween police asking those in the area to stay indoors. There's no word on how many people were hurt the severity of their injuries or in a possible motive for the attacks.
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"NEWS Radio. A Canadian town no longer wants to be toxic. After 120 years, the Quebec City of asbestos has voted to change its name. From now on. It'll be known as Valley of the Springs. The town was originally named for the profitable asbestos mine found in 18 97 before the mineral was identified as a toxic substance that could cause cancer. Nearly 52% of the town's residents voted for the change this week. Tom Roberts, NBC news radio. My
How Canadas sex work laws put lives at risk
"Me what went through your mind when you saw the coverage about the murder of Quebec city sex worker Maryland Leveque You know to be honest. I avoided reading about it for a few days. I knew that it was going to be painful to engage with and so I took a couple of days to just ready myself off To read the coverage And then when I did of course it was it was a I was very upset. I was upset at such disregard for sex workers lives and just the incredibly gross incompetence that went into her murder like all of the different factors played into that. Yeah it was really painful. Yeah the idea that his they're like we're going to allow him to meet his sexual need for like killing his partner. You know brutally and in terms of like the the media media reaction and the response to it. You know you've been you've been you've really interesting history of activism you co founded the migrant sex worker project sex workers. There's project I'm you've done a lot of harm reduction to like. What did you see sort of missing from the conversations around sex worker safety kind of sprung out of the smarter and the way that people responded the to it? Yeah I mean one of the wild things for me is that you know the government in two thousand fourteen under Harper introduced series of antisemitic legislation. And one of the things things they did was they criminalized the sharing of information between sex workers. You know what the criminalization of sex work does is it. Basically prevents experts from sharing information including about men who've been harassing abusive or even violent. And so they criminalized that information but then they it was unbelievable to me that they would prevent sex workers from from sharing information with each other but then they wouldn't even give sex workers the the information they have that they had sent a killer to them. Yeah so they could have the notified them. Could've way way first of all it never should have happened in the first place. I mean there were so many steps at which this tragedy could have been prevented and I think that's one of the reasons that is a tragedy is how completely preventable. It was at at so many different stages but to send a killer out into the community to access the community of sex workers without notifying them and then that means means that no sex workers were given informed consent so they could make their own decision but whether they would want to see a killer and no doubt Maryland Leveque would not have wanted to had she known that about him but she was not given that opportunity to make a decision for herself. And let's let's back up a little bit since you brought up the changes changes in two thousand fourteen. You know So essentially the Steven Harper's conservative government said Let's like not allow. Let's make get a legal to advertise and to buy sex. Where does that leave a sex worker? You know how are you like. Would they do that to any other. I no not make your business more. Not GonNa let you advertise them. We're not gonNA actually let anyone buy from you. So what does that do how does that. How does that impact a sex worker safety? Well you know what happens with sex. The sex worker laws That were introduced in two thousand fourteen is that they're similar to but slightly worse than the laws that had been in place as before while we're those those laws were introduced under Mulroney in the eighties and those criminalised essentially everything around the sex industry. So you know it criminalizes. The sex workers working together criminalizes sex workers advertising it criminalizes sex workers ability to screen clients. It criminalizes their ability to hire anyone to work with them. as safety security or any other form of support it criminalizes even housing sex workers Because then if you take rent money from a sex worker that scene as matere really benefiting from sets work so it basically just creates a situation of total structural isolation for sex workers and that is the most dangerous thing for any any community. Isolation is always tied to threats to people's human rights to violence And so that the impact on sex workers is just that they're not able to work under conditions that they choose. They're not able to decide how they work. They have to be always working to evade law enforcement. And I mean working with migrant sex workers must be really interesting and the compounding issue on on this front right. You know. You're already isolated if you come from somewhere else and you're really just trying to make money to maybe sent home or and also like in the media coverage to. This is a beautiful white woman who was murdered as well you know. That's a factor right that like. I don't know Bill Blair you know who is the minister of safety community safety like. Would he be at the Mike You. You know with such aggressive questions to if it wasn't migrant worker necessarily and I mean what if question off because we have the answer to that which is that migrant. Sex workers have died since the introduction of of the act the protection of communities and Exploited Persons Act or pepe so Evelyn Boom and take a studio was murdered in southern Ontario. Tammy Lee was murdered in southern Antero and no none of these politicians were anywhere to be seen and we issued press releases. And you know I'm a part of a coalition that is fighting continually early for the rights of migrant workers and we don't see any of this concern for their deaths and there should be an inquiry into all of the violence that has occurred to the sex workers after the introduction of a law that the Harper government claimed would protect them. And so now I'm going to ask you about a moment in the House of Commons that Kind of conflicts fleet some of these issues right so we had a conservative. M P in Arnold pherson respond to question and the House of Commons from an DP appea- MP Laurel Collins. I also asked the honorable member if he considers the Harper government's decision to implement bill thirty six which criminalized the work environments the establishment. So sex workers go to to feel safe that criminalized their ability to hire security if he acknowledges that this is a factor in this death and many others and he said I just respond onto that by asking them honorable member across way if it's a area of work that she is considered and if that is an appropriate You know with a certain tone I mean. And I'm I'm sort of you know everyone has perceptions and listen to you know hear things a certain way but it was a bit of in that adversarial environment comments like I would like to ask the member of she's ever considered sex work and then launching into kind of a You know we who women and do not want to choose this. This is something that they are traffic into. This is something that we have to work hard to and in Canada prostitution in Canada is inherently. What did you think when you heard those comments knowing some of these complexities but also these very different things that are going on at this type of work and this kind of expectation? Then I think you're hitting at something when you mentioned that there was something about the tone because I was shocked when I saw the comments. I thought he was incredibly disrespectful. Respectful but what I think we all picked up was that he came across like a man who is being challenged by an intelligent and capable woman and who panicked and responded with cheap sheep sexism and I think that's actually very familiar. Feeling like a Lotta women saw that and we're like wait a second and then he followed that up with the completion of sex trafficking but just a slow that down and look at the first part of that yeah MP Collins was doing her job by asking the Conservatives a good question did did they consult with sex workers when they drafted the legislation that re criminalized sex work in two thousand fourteen. We should all be asking that question but instead of answering honestly vierzon dodges dodges the question by essentially trying to slut shame. MP Collins and asking she's ever done sex work. The problem I see is that isn't that it shameful to do sex work. It's is that he's asking the question to try to embarrass her and to not challenging him or his party right so he's actually trying to use sexism
"quebec city" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Too I don't know why I guess I was thinking of chopsticks or something you don't need to use a baton to conduct it's not an absolute necessity it can help and I would say it helps especially if you have a very large orchestra if you were in the pit and people have a hard time see what what what what it does is that it focuses the message it concentrates the message of the hand into one point which is easier to read but it's a matter of choice I like toys so I'm gonna use yeah fencing without a word or were being a jockey without a with yeah it's a it's a what be careful can be dangerous I'm well known in Quebec City for having stuck one of these up my nose in rehearsal and and ending up in and and images zero the hospital so I walk up to the podium and not only am I holding a deadly weapon but I look at the orchestra and I think I can't do this it's terrifying maybe sticking to the time of my nose isn't such a bad idea because surely that would be an easier route to go then trying to conduct thirty six musicians but it was kind of no turning back so the tricky thing of course is to.
Sleeping Air Canada passenger wakes up on empty, dark plane
"And air canada passenger wakes up to an empty plain with the lights off tiffany adams experienced detailed and a facebook post about halfway into her air canada flight from quebec city to montreal she fell asleep when she woke up she was freezing cold still strapped into her seat and in an empty pitch black parked airplane her phone dead she made her way to the cockpit where she found a flashlight which used to open a door but still had no way to reach tarmac below using that flashlight adams finally getting the attention of a baggage attendant who brought a ladder truck to the plane to rescuer air canada they say they're reviewing
"quebec city" Discussed on The Digital Story
"Why QB aviation to identify the best angles for photographers and then create a total of ten sites? All around the airport to provide views of exactly what photographers wanted shoot and, you know, so often we are like shoot away, or, you know, we're told that we can't take pictures or, you know, the, the world is always putting up barriers to us getting our work done, and to actually have this airport in Quebec City, do something for us and work with an aviation group to not only do something for us, but make it good make it really useful. I think that's a great story. I want to go to this airport. I wanna take pictures there. I need to find a reason to fly to Quebec City and experiences. So anyone that has duh? Done this and wants to comment on mcshea Facebook page in comment about this. I think this is fantastic. I wanna see more of this. This is the kind of stuff that promotes goodwill. Good business, and good photography. Do you have a film camera that needs a good home over the last year? I have received a nation's tedious members who have film cameras that need a good home. You know, they're sitting there in the closet. They're in a drawer. They were great companions, a couple of decades ago, and they really haven't been used much sense. However, there are lots of people right now in a specially college students who are taking film photography classes, who would love to have these cameras. So what I do is I inspect the items I repair them. I clean them. I take care of them and bring them back the life best, I can. And then I list them in the film camera shop, where I can find a good home for them in the nice thing is that, you know that does take some time to bring these things back. It does take money to film test them and to process that film. And then to ensure that they're working. Properly. But for the cameras that are donated from members of our virtual camera club I can do that. And still keep the price down and sell them for about the same price as you would get a crappy untested model on EBay. This is much better for the person that needs that camera, a lot of times, when if otographer student is buying a camera from the film camera. Shop they needed in a hurry. They just found out that they need to buy a camera. They need to have a by the end of the week for class or whatever they don't have time to fool around with a camera that may or may not work when they buy from our shop, it will work when they get it, and if it doesn't work, we will send him another cameras, something goes wrong things do go wrong, sometimes with older cameras. We'll stand behind that to your participation by donating cameras helps make.
How the Expos can finally return to Montreal
"The Montreal Expos never went away. Expos take the field here at Olympic stadium in Montreal the second game before game series, the Expos left. They left Montreal. They became the Washington nationals. They went off to play baseball in DC while Olympic stadium. Their former home sat empty and decaying the teams famous mascot UP even went to work for the Montreal Canadians because even furry orange monsters gotta eat. The idea of the Expos of a major league team in the heart of Montreal the modern monument to a sport with deep history in the province that never entirely vanished. There were always a few people some of them loudly and most of them very quietly keeping the fires burning mostly they were dreaming. But sometimes they were planning for the Tim's eventual return, and somehow that return might happen. The sport of baseball has changed. The city of Montreal has changed the business of sport in general has changed an unbelievably as cities around North America. Celebrate baseball's opening day today. It is beginning to seem like the team that never really went away is suddenly very close to coming back. How did this happen? How real is it? What does baseball mean to Montreal to Quebec or to Canada? And we'll those fans who refused to abandon their team. Even after their team, abandoned them finally get their happy ending. I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Jeff Blair is the host of the Jeff Blair show on sports net. Five ninety the fan. He is the co host of the lead podcast with Stephen Brent knows a lot about baseball in Montreal because he covered the Expos for the zette for about a decade and for the global mail after that so it's opening day to day. There's no baseball in Montreal today. Not yet. But Montrealers are very excited this week. Why is that? Well, I think they should be excited. I mean, I covered the Expos from eighty eight to ninety seven on a full-time basis. And I was there when when the team ended up leaving town part of a franchise swap that saw the Expos go to Washington and saw the ownership of the Boston Red Sox in my and Miami Marlins change as part of the process at that time. There was very little support from the local business community. There were there was a very small collection of minority partners who were in for maybe million two million dollars a year, very small. They had been effectively bought out in a leveraged buyout by Jeffrey Loria was a New York art dealer who came in and saw that I think at the end of the day ended up putting in about twenty five million US of his own money into that team and that up buying it. And then when he sold the Marlins that was for one point three billion any that's but at that time. Time when when the Expos left the Commissioner was committed at the time, but ceiling was committed to bringing baseball back to Washington. It was it was a legacy thing for him. The Expos has I mentioned had no local corporate support. There was no political support. I mean, they didn't have a political champion in the mayor's office. They they had no political champions provincially as a matter of fact, when you know, I think when you talk to people who are involved in sort of the post Charles Bronfman area era, the expo is one of the things they'll say is that they were affectively screwed by p q government. There was just there were there was there was there was no reason to keep the Expos and much there. There is a plan to build a new ballpark was completely stillborn. So there was absolutely no reason for the Expos to stay in town. And of course, attendance it had had decreased while fast forward. Now, you have a new Commissioner rob Manfred. Who also even though he's only been inter for few years. Just thinking of his legacy and his legacy is in. Internationalizing the game. You've seen baseball games. Played in Japan. Baseball will play a game at Lord's Cricket Ground. This year the Red Sox and the Yankees. And rob Manfred has said that he thinks Montreal is a viable baseball market. He also thinks Mexico City's viable baseball. Mark in Montreal itself. You have a really well-funded core ownership group, Stephen Bronfman of Claridge investments, the son of Charles Bronfman and Mitch Garber who's kind of a fascinating guy. Mitch when I first met him. He's a lawyer his uncle was a lawyer who represented a lot of Expos players in and around Montreal Tim Raines, he keeps kind of a fixer for them. And I I mean that in a positive way Mitch also hosted a radio show late night. I mean, he was a dabbler really talented guy. He is now president of Caesars acquisitions international, essentially lives in Monaco. And he's on the French CBC French language version of dragons. Dan. He's he's he's a very he is shaker and mover. He was I believe I don't know if he's still as he was CEO of Cirque du Soleil at one point he's got a lot of money scuttle resume. He's got and he's and he's and he's a billionaire. He and Stephen Bronfman both known each other for while that they have they've kept the dream of baseball in Montreal alive. They done it very quietly as is their manners people. They're both fairly quiet, quiet. People very quietly. They had Denny co dare when he was mayor of Montreal who is a huge baseball. I mean, he's an he's a nut. But he's a huge baseball fan. And he you know, he was show up at every baseball event. The all star game the World Series it show up at the Commissioner's office. He he'd go to the Expos or the Blue Jays games every spring spring training just to kind of fly the flag and lobby for and lobby for a team to return to Montreal and the provincial government, both the liberal government. And the new government are very the very comfortable with the idea of entertaining, some sort of public private partnership. So what we have now is. Commissioner who views internationalizing the game as an important part of his legacy. We have people in Montreal ton of money. What we don't have as a team revolt park. Obviously we have Olympic state, and we don't have a team or ballpark. Well, this is going on the tap. The Tampa Bay rays have been have been trying for twenty twenty-five years to get a ballpark built. They play at Tropicana field in Saint Pete. So horrible ballpark that, you know, their their attendance is routinely the worst in the league somewhat bizarrely. They have one of the best TV contracts in the league. But their attendance is generally pretty poor. They have attempted to build a ballpark in different parts of Tampa. The the providence Saint Pete right now is that Tampa's where the growth there is in the area east of Tampa north Tampa. That's where the growth is. Unfortunately to get the Saint Pete you base give a choice of two bridges. So during rush hour access to Saint Pete from Tampa is essentially it's the worst place you could imagine in the region right ballpark last year. There seemed to be finally at least for the people in Tampa. There seemed to be memento. Adam behind building a ballpark in ebor city, which is to to the eastern part of the city. It's an old old warehouse area. And I I hadn't been paying attention to it at baseball's winter meetings or something happened it collapsed. I don't know what I don't know the exact majority just collapsed. So the winter meetings in baseball where everybody in baseball gathers media general managers owners, it's it's kinda like a swap shop trades or made sometimes free agents or talked about and all that there was a news conference call by Stuart Sternberg with the owner of the race and his president, which if you've got something you wanna float as if you've got a trial balloon you wanna float in baseball. You do it at the winter meetings because everybody who writes talks thinks about baseball is there, right? They held a news conference. You know, blah, blah, blah stadium issue in Tampa. We still have a lease at Tropicana field the twenty twenty four twenty until twenty twenty-seven dot that up. But and this was was was very subtle. And I probably wouldn't have noticed if I hadn't been tipped off about this by a raise official the raise owner. Said listen, we're not getting a park built in tap. We do have a lease right now until twenty twenty seven Saint Petersburg prime real estate in terms of building condos mixed business residential area. I mean, it is a it is a gold mine for raising tax. If there's a crappy building city there's a crappy building sitting on it that we're going to be gone from an in in ten years. So what he did what Stuart Sternberg did was he kind of flipped it a bit. And said, here's the thing. Yeah. We could be here twenty twenty seven. But man, if you guys get an offer between now and then for this parcel a land who knows what the economy's going to look like in twenty twenty seven right? Could be better could be worse. So centrally what he said is. Hey, if you guys get a good offer for this. You know, I'd be willing to cut you deal here to to to help you finish this off. Please. Let me go, please. Let me go. So well that's going on, you know, the folks in Montreal again, very quietly quietly, very diligently. Claridge investments is involved in purchasing land in Griffin town part of Montreal. Which is. Near the peel basin. It's it's kind of an area that's undergoing gentrification. So you've got that. Now, you've got a Tampa Bay rays owner. Who knows he's not gonna stay there? Now, you've got people with money in Montreal in a ballpark. You've got a Commissioner who is committed to this one of the things the tappan though as well, as in addition to all that sort of falling in place, one of the things rob Manfred, the Commissioner says look I realized the reality of the situation now is I'm not going to ask you to build a ballpark. And then give you a team he cited Quebec, cities, and example, building an arena. No NHL team. You said not gonna do that. I just need see the plans. I didn't need the shovel in the ground show me the financing show me the plans haven't nailed down. And we'll try to get a team in. Montreal. Stuart Sternberg owns the raise lives in New York. So what kind of happened in the past couple of months? People started to realize well who says Stuart Sternberg has to sell the raise or Montreal has to get an expansion team. What a Stuart Sternberg said moved the race to Montreal. I live in New York. It's not a big flight. Maybe. I wanna be a majority partner. But maybe I want twenty percent. Maybe bell media comes in for twenty percent char or Stephen Bronfman and Mitch Garber have thirty percent each and away we go. So all these things have kind of have fallen in place if you'd asked me for years ago. I would've said there's no chance of baseball returning to much you're on my lifetime. Now, I'd be stunned. If there isn't a major league team in Montreal within the next six or seven years five years might be a little tight, but just sort of planning this thing out of that. I can see baseball back in Montreal in six seven years at the outside. I'll be surprised if it isn't
"quebec city" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Last Friday night through Saturday people across this country showed up at synagogues for Chabad services. Lots of people Jews and non-jews showing support after the tragedy at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh eleven people shot and killed during the previous Saturday's worship six more injured among those to respond quickly in Pittsburgh were Muslims. One effort pulled in two hundred thirty thousand dollars to help victims and grieving families. We're not gonna stop. We don't think our work is finished because that's a high number. We just want to know what you need, you know, if it's more money. Let us know if it's people outside your next service. You know, protecting you let us know. We'll be that. That was a Muhammed executive director of the Pittsburgh Islamic center speaking last Sunday at a vigil for the victims religious groups, all over the globe have been uniting in prayer and mourning along with the tree of life community. This was the case up in Canada in Toronto in Toronto went back to temple this morning and members of other faith communities came out to show their support. He believe all faiths gathered outside standing shoulder to shoulder to take part in a ring of peace. Joining has to show solidarity for victims of the mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue a week ago. Fatima son John is with the national council of Canadian Muslim she helped organize the rings. The peace effort toes. First of all, what is a ring of peace. So a ring of peace is a symbolic gesture showing people that in order to get through the synagogue, you have to go through us, so essentially like a human chain where we all link arms. It's quite a warm feeling. How did this idea come about after the attack at the tree of life in Pittsburgh? If felt so close to home for the Muslim community in light of the Quebec City mosque shooting that happened almost two years ago. We felt like we really needed to do something we've recalled how we were hurting so much closer to years ago and our Jewish brothers sisters wanted to offer some comfort so they formed a ring of peace. So after that shooting Quebec City Jewish groups did a similar rings of peace effort. It's my understanding that they also got the idea from Europe. So what's going on here? It sounds like a pay it forward kind of thing going on. Let's right. Yeah. It seems like it's a really strong message. You're communicating to people. So yes, it's true. The idea came from Europe, and then the Jewish communities did it two years ago. And then we did it this past weekend. We had more than fifteen. Listen organizations must come on board as well as some interfaith groups because really it wasn't about just one particular faith group, but it was a humanitarian support. So set the scene for us. What was it like taking part in these rings a piece outside synagogues across Toronto. What did you see at the synagogues people were surprised to see us and at the same time, so comforted? What was meant to be a very silent. Gesture instead turned into a few conversations with our Jewish brothers and sisters about how they felt in our hearts for full of love and respect for each other. And the conversation about tolerance came up in relate. Yeah, tolerance is garbage word because really you're just hollering each other like we need to love and respect each other. We also need to talk about how did this attack hap that what led to this? And what are we going to do together? Are your there's also singing what were people singing yet? So at the holy blossom. So holy blossom was I'm not sure if you know one of the victims, she was raised in Toronto, and she was a member of the holy blossom temple. So Joyce Feinberg her name. Yes. That's right. So we arranged for three mosques to head down to holy blossom. They went down. And then they saying Kabila GIS can't something that was taught by our holy prophet. All of these rings of peace must have been really moving. But that one at holy blossom temple, given the Joyce Feinberg was one of the victims and the Pittsburgh shooting. How emotionally charged was that one? I think that wouldn't felt the most real because it was so close to home for the congregation and also for our communities that were there. It was really comforting. In fact, one of our key. Organizers was fun con he was invited. Inside the about service to say a few words, one.
"quebec city" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Wim to Quebec City. Groppy's finished. The writers are taking but bus Montreal. It's a three hour ride than they're in the very center of Montreal. It's not really urban circuit is it's more around the park of ya'll and which was actually the race call for the nineteen seventy six Olympics and was also the same calls that we used for the compromise Amelie in the nineteen ninety late eighties and beginning of the nineties. He's a very hilly circuit designed for clan biz or sold off. Another littlest sent was added this year to make it even trickier, but in the end, what what did we have? Well, almost the same. You know, riders, we saw in Quebec City with Michael, choose winning. Again, ahead of sunny Brady was really, really, really set up and let out spice bar in Marietta teammates, but and looked like he was about to win it when my. Machos at the extra kick to go for victory and I was in charge of the press conferences. They're interview Michael Mathieu buddy success and about emulating some in guarantee by winning at two Canadian races. All. Myself, to be honest. Forty. And. It was something special. Cycling strategy. But these these in a row..
"quebec city" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Show Peter. McLeod new book is northern Armageddon the battle of the plains Abraham the making of the American revolution there's enormous amount of detail we'll get right to the guns because when wolf sets up. With his fleet available, to him an enormous number of warships, sloops and frigates that can range up and down the Saint Lawrence in addition to. That he has, these flat bottom boats built especially, for amphibious landings. And he has schooners that communicate up and down. The river he chooses to I make an attempt to land. But it's disappointed so he sets. Up his guns across from Quebec the obvious place to land is, a place called beau port. That is up river downriver downriver. We need to get the directions right. Here down river from Quebec. But that's extremely well. Fortified. So wolf sets his cannons an Number of, cannons right across. From Quebec City Peter is it wolf's opinion that. He can reduce the city without having to use his army. To charge into the gates or. Is this meant to exhaust the French to wear them down so, they'll come out to battle. What is his opinion in July He thinks that it didn't cause enough damage in the city? More call forced to come come. Come off heights at engage them This is a way to bring the French to battle this, is, a huge frustration for for wolf The the French are inside the defensive perimeter and. He can't get them to get out he's convinced his army is, the best is the, better general and as long as he can get. His hands on the French he can beat them but. He's got the jets under come to him He uses he uses a Basically. Shelling the city into rubble he uses a kind. Of weapon that we don't what that we now today. Don't don't take of. Anymore it's called a carcass? What is that Well it's it's. Like a fireball And It's incendiary materials wrapping up on armed frame and fired from a mortar And when it lands ideally will start fires The theory is that cannonballs will not hold holding the buildings exploding the interiors. And the mccart cash inside them on fire You have several sources inside the city you report some have named some don't and the important there's there's there's there's humor here too because this is. Like being under the blitz in the nineteen forties and people survive the well to do. Of the town leave right away but what stays behind in one particular instance is what Peter calls a clerk at, war he doesn't ever want to give out his supplies and even when it's cartridges? And they might? Blow up on him he doesn't really, wanna share? What is the mood of the? People under this number are they depressed they think they're going to be successful are they are they rebellious of their leadership But again what I was reading I would compare it to the blitzen London there, are certainly times when people are very afraid but overall they are convinced that they're? They're going to? Win lead to a victory there's a, great passer? Twin and none of their British In the countryside and, she says it's basically what are doing it. Because they don't dare to what happens there too afraid Supplied I, here's a great guy because he's so sarcastic he reports on bombing. Shelling Quebec like, he's checking the weather forecast heavy bombs north west of the city lighter toward the south But he also puts, names, the people whose houses have been, firmed down, so it's also very humanizing record of the siege What I tried to do with him Is to get a look at what people. Are people are experiencing inside the city Very important A very important person in the city and throughout the campaign is Joseph Michael, today who is. He what does he do for Quebec what he. He's the person no one knows about but saves Canada from defeat Springer Fifty can't, Canada in normal times can't produce just enough food, to keep going maybe a very small surplus during the seven years war they. Have thousands of French regular troops calling from. The Atlantic thousands of sailors thousands of first of native American. Allies wall have to be fed and Canada can't do it on its own, needs supplies, some frat and kid day is, a self made millionaire entrepreneur he builds up a massive supply organization that in the end on candidate state the state he organizes. His own supply convoy whereas on warships and brings enough. Food into Canada in the spring of seventy nine, support the French, throughout the campaign? Or other I'm sorry for the? French until, the end of. July what we have here is not quite a. Siege But. Logistics, is everything to keep Quebec, going because the number of troops inside the. City and also deported to the downriver on port and. Up river to guard against, the landing the British are on the southern side, the southern side of the Saint Lawrence the Canadians and the French are on the northern side guarding all of the possible. Landing zones so when we come back we're going to turn. To the frustration of the British to find a way a shore to fight, the French, and then the success of the, French to an -ticipant all of the British moves the book is northern Armageddon the battle of the plains of Abraham and the. Making of the American revolution Peter McLeod is the author. I'm John Batchelor this is the John Batchelor show I'm John bachelor and you know my longtime colleague Bob Zimmerman keeps the website, behind the black kind support is most welcome two dollars. Or five dollars for monthly subscription or a twenty five. Dollars donation Bob Zimmerman and I wanna thank your listeners for their remarkable long. Term generosity to behind the. Black really appreciated. Most welcome Bob I'm John Batchelor Choice Calvin here and if you're in the market for a new. Roof what should, you be looking for in a roofer well they should be licensed and insured and they should offer that. Information to you right up front if you're going to. Have a major roof repair done code red roofers that's my recommendation and I'll..
Pot-smoking mothers may have THC in breast milk for days
"Let's get to some news stories then especially this. One, about the study that finds THC in breast milk up to. Six days after mom's. Use it this. Is a study published today in the journal pediatrics And if found that low. Levels of chemicals. In. Marijuana like the. Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC were measurable in mom's breast milk up to six days, after they said they, smoked or eight among other form of us now whether. That could negatively influence. Child development is unknown it doesn't look good and it doesn't feel good but? We? Don't know, if it's doing any harm. Are they saying it's gonna get. Your baby high they're saying that. The THC could affect the chemical makeup of the kids of the little babies don't want any harm done any children. But the idea of Medicated breast milk sounds so cool For you to drink so yeah it's so
"quebec city" Discussed on KTRH
"Forty KTAR it sure is back from her Canadian vacation French-Speaking. Montreal and, Quebec City how was it it was great it was hot it was ninety degrees it gets. Up they're, out walking, around all. Day. Up hills downhills but he was found by did you, need, to know how to speak French to survive now they they would start or sentences in French and. When they'd see that look of incomprehension on your face they would immediately. Switch into English back and forth so fast VP feet you. Know is just really amazing she won't like the real French they don't get upset if. You're speaking okay Okay you. Know is really funny you're someone's. Starts something in French and end with. A I couldn't get over it it was true Canadian Yeah. I did I did a. Jet boat ride Masa The rap is in the Saint Lawrence river. That. Was just amazing was. It, was so, much, fun okay. Best food you had oh my goddess There had, to be some good food. Those great food. All the, way through you know I think it was through this is really the breakfast you know the. Bread is so good I more bread you know I've. Just. Blown every diet I've, ever, been on Good food and small portions. That's the, French right that's the good. News is probably. In small, portions of their French fries are hard to beat Yeah Something Putin is French fries at have like a. Great I'd never had a Putin before I went to the protein. Festival the also serve it up sometimes with. Cheese Jesus got a little. Cheese Classic Poteen oh yeah that's? Good stuff yeah? Gravy, and cheese. Kurds in French fries it was, great my last, question for you for. Anybody who's planning a vacation to Quebec? How, were the prices compared to the Houston, area, was it expensive no Canadian seventy seven cents was. A Canadian dollars so you. Know. Twenty bucks. Was fifteen. So, you money went a little further yeah I felt like. I mean in. Like well I asked me the price. Of beer and wine it was about. The same. Okay, all right fair enough five ten NewsRadio seven forty Jerry's.
"quebec city" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"And you get to keep the fifteen i think a lot of fans were confused about that when it first happened in on twitter and social media was a little bit like oh man it's you know i spend two hundred dollars a new jersey this year and now it's it's not even relevant anymore it's a jack eichel jersey it's a sabres jersey fifteen still works let me tell you joe sack what number ddr when he broke into the league in quebec ooh that's a great question was it number nine now yet eight oh that's great that's here is so many joe sakic eighty eight number jerseys in quebec city and then a couple years in each to nineteen i think that the biggest thing was that eric lindros got drafted and you're eighty eight and joe didn't want to be associated with that but maurice rashard what number did he wear when you first started with the canadians did i say we'll talk about jackals name change someone's tweeting to me right there i meant number change what was your question ma maurice with number did he start with the canadians well what did he finished with nine maurice for sure did he start with i couldn't tell you started with fifteen did he just like jack hitting and the reason why maurice rashard changed a number nine is his daughter first daughter was born the morning of a game and she nine pounds and he showed up at the ring that day he said to his coach is any in the movie the rocket in his broken english she says a coach can i change to nine because the number nine was available and he said sure and it changed and a lot of things changed from earth's rashard when he changed number nine because fifteen had not been a good number for him i'm looking forward to seeing jack in the number nine because of college because of the number that's been associated with him for a long time it's gonna be weird because even the picture and instagram when he had the number nine the first thing i think about is cain know how to look good on them and gators andrew peters no crew we have mardi buron so you're blessed with that relies down to the hickory sticks golf club for the wgn sports radio five fifty.
"quebec city" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Us is ready the meeting will take place the has been discussed as a possible venue putin's comments come after a report that the white house is moving toward arranging a summit putin says he and mr trump are both concerned about a renewed arms race and he welcomes the president's call for russia to be readmitted to the g seven group of industrialized countries larry miller cbs news president trump talked tough with the six leaders from the world's leading economic powers and at times it appeared the g seven summit was really the g six against the united states but the president insisted that's not true he said he just wants what's fair for america cbs news correspondent ouija zhang is in quebec city she has more despite all of the tough talk president trump insists he got along with all the other world leaders in the summit instead he blamed trade deficits on his predecessors i would say the relationship is attend and i don't blame them i blame as i said i blame our past leaders for allowing us to happen now the president is heading to singapore where he will sit down for a facetoface meeting with kim jong hoon he said it won't take long to determine if kim is serious about denuclearization how long will it take you figure out whether or not this area as i said maybe in the first minute this summit is scheduled to begin on tuesday recharging cbs news quebec city canada new opinion poll show some deep divisions between israelis and american jews particularly in relation to president trump the survey of the american jewish committee released today showed seventy seven percent of israelis approved of the president's handling of us israel relations while only thirty four percent of american jews did fifty seven percent of us jews disapproved while only ten percent of israelis did trump recently recognize jerusalem as israel's capital and relocated the american embassy there that move equally divided the world's two largest.
Experts work to ID volcano victims in Guatemala
"Here now everybody here have you ever be affirmative borrow money for in the episode ordained also spent time visiting the neighbor islands he died at tasty crossed on bali and got to see how emu is made with chef gordon as well throughout dana talked about what it meant to be hawaiian speaking with navigator nato with thomson and even venturing out to mola cut you where he showed his skills at kayak surfing he went diving caught an octopus and tried his first taste of it he even enjoyed a barbecue on the beach new evacuations order today in guatemala rescue teams are told to move back from the volcano because of new seismic activity they had been searching for victims and for the remains of their loved ones in areas buried in volcanic ash from sunday's our options for experts now have the grim task of identifying the dozens of bodies that have been recovered so far at least one hundred nine people are confirmed dead about two hundred people are still missing well in canada showdown is intensifying and so is frustration over president trump's new trade policy harsh words and angry tweet the president now meeting with some of our closest allies at the g seven summit jay gray reports from quebec city good evening john good evening stephanie the president remained defiant as he landed promising to fight his words for a better trade deal with the allies here as protesters continued to up their fight outside of the summit a friendly handshake is the president arrives in canada but make no mistake there's a growing frustration here as we know we'll have points of disagreement and points of agreement at the top of that list of disagreements trade between the g seven allies european union says very unfairly canada very unfairly mexico very unfairly but those countries say it's new terrible steel and aluminum that are unfair president trump firing back they don't mention the fact that day have trade barriers against our farm they don't mention the fact that they're charging almost three hundred percent tariff what it all straightened out we'll all be in love again there is no love lost outside the summit protesters continue to spill into the streets of quebec city hundreds marching at one point briefly setting a couch on fire in an effort they say to fan the flames of change and capture the attention of the world leaders here and i expect that.
"quebec city" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Do i wanna go tipple typical friday and steer away from the news or do i need to report all this stuff which is technically my job right yeah that's kind of important but on this show you we you know we go from one side to the other right we never really playing on it so i guess what i'll do which is kinda wanna normally do anyway no matter what we decide is i'm gonna give you the news and we'll just see whatever route that takes us because we are all over the road today with headlines first of all you've seen images from the g seven summit in quebec city canada that is the first interaction with trump in our european allies that have been somewhat in a in a tiff in a what's the word i'm looking for in a scuffle if you will a scuffle of word the verbal scuffle over tariffs is their first meeting and if you watch them interacting the first images of them interacting you would have thought none of that would have ever happened and they were good friends just like they had always been just as if macaroni just left the white house where they were all hansie with each other planting the tree planting the tree everybody's seems to be buddy buddy now we don't we we haven't been able to hear the discussions we got some some video images of them at the round table before they started and then they escorted the press out so we didn't get to see any more of that but he's there and he's donald trump he's open to talk and he's open to negotiating and he wants to hear from.
"quebec city" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Meeting at the g seven summit he had a lot to say this morning as he was getting on board air force one to meet with the g seven leaders but the allies now our allies are fuming at president trump ahead of this summit in quebec city canada on the eve of what's expected to be a tense inperson meeting between the leaders of the g seven summit president trump publicly took aim canadian prime minister justin trudeau as well as french president emmanuel macron for imposing massive economic burdens on the united states president trump wrote on twitter please tell prime minister trudeau and president macron that they are charging the us massive tariffs and create nonmonetary barriers he also had a lot to say this morning saying why isn't russia and the g seven east to be the wide we kick them out we knew everybody at the table it'll be an interesting another shakeup by trump another shaking them out they're all going to fall in love at this meeting and everything's gonna be fine they're gonna come to consensus on trade tariffs but by the end of this all these terrorists trying in this meeting or is this just the question yeah and i don't know how well we're going to do with china and was this tariff thing but we'll see we'll see trump says we were talking yesterday about how much preparation he's putting into his upcoming meeting in singapore with kim jong un and trump has answered that question for us he's been preparing his whole life the meeting is about attitude not prepwork that's him preparing his whole life.
Mauldin, Patriots and Nfl discussed on Murph and Mac
"Wbz news time nine thirty one president trump heading took a back this morning and what's bound to be an icy reception from allies at the g seven summit we get more from cbs's steven portnoy before heading here to meet with the prime minister of canada the president called justin trudeau indignant i love canada but they feed us very unfairly untrained trudeau and his fellow g seven leaders are furious at mr trump from posing new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports for heading here to quebec the president called for readmitting russia to the g seven which would again make the g eight ladimir putin was uninvited by the allies after he annexed crimea in two thousand fourteen steven portnoy cbs news quebec city at that impromptu press conference at the white house before departing for canada the president says he's considering pasta pardoning boxing champ mohammed ali for conscientiously objecting to fighting in the vietnam war back in nineteen sixty seven a new could it be act polls show some sixty percent of american voters believe nfl players who protest during the anthem art not being unpatriotic half of those polled they they support the league's policy of finding players who kneel in protest meantime request for patriots owner robert kraft from the head of the new england area conference of the nwc p the organization asking the patriots owner to pay fines if they are imposed on his players if they protest during the national anthem still to come this morning coming up good news about the mauldin man who thought his motorized wheelchair had been stolen wbz news time nine thirty three time for look at traffic and weather on this friday morning the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic.
Tight security to keep protesters far from G7 summit in Canada
"Restaurant chain is changing its name by one letter that story on the way this is america in the morning i'm john trout a gathering of leaders from seven of the world's strongest economies will meet in canada today president trump will reportedly leave the meetings early when the topic turns to the environment and climate change some protesters support none of the g seven summit john lawrence as that protesters take to the streets in canada voicing their opposition to the g seven summit we know that we have had to change things on this on this route to make a better living there is a heavy security presence in quebec city where the summit is taking place but the demonstrations have been mostly peaceful some of the protesters chanted anticapitalist slogans others blasted the leaders taking part in the summit bye guys and they have something to defend as for inside the summit there may be some tense moments leaders from canada france germany and the united kingdom are set to give president trump grief about the new us tariffs on aluminum and steel both canadian and french officials are reportedly planning to tell president trump the tariffs could harm the us economy something the trump administration is downplaying i think free world trade is a very good thing indeed but it is broken and president trump is trying to fix it president trump is scheduled to spend a day and a half at the summit a prelude for his historic meeting with north korean leader kim jong un will have some pretty good discussions and as you know we leave from there we leave for singapore i'm john lawrence reporting and on that big meeting next week correspondent terry moore has the latest on plans leading up to the us north korea summit during a white house meeting with japan's prime minister trump said i hope the upcoming meeting in singapore represents the beginning of a bright new future for north korea and indeed a bright new future for the world he warned it may take more than one meeting to get an agreement on denuclearization.
Capitals beat Golden Knights to win their first Stanley Cup
"Here's what he calls a family quarrel but it's the g seven countries gathered for tough trade talks larry cudlow says mr trump won't apologize for putting american workers i people should recognize how serious is in that respect fellow world leaders worry the president is undermining the global trading order that the us helped establish after world war two steven portnoy cbs news quebec city a former employee of the senate intelligence committee has been arrested on charges of lying to the fbi about contacts he had with reporters james a wolf was director of security for the committee he's doing court later today meantime the new york times says the phone and email records of one of its reporters were part of the federal investigation into leaks elaine quijano reports the department of justice secretly seized a years worth of phone and email records from reporter at the new york times the paper said thursday this is the first known instance of the department of justice under the trump administration going after a reporter the obama administration also aggressively pursued reporters to stop the leaking of information the justice department in a late night filing the federal court in texas said it will no longer defend key parts of the affordable care act including the health insurance mandate and the guaranteed access to those with pre existing conditions texas in several other states are suing to strike down the entire law arguing parts of it are unconstitutional after forty three seasons the washington capitals finally got the hoist the stanley cup last night beating the vegas golden knights four to three to take game five and the nhl championship coach berry trots we just knew that whatever tucker how long it took where we're going to get it done this group never wavered that's a credit to the what we've been trying to do for the last four years the end to a remarkable inaugural season for the golden knights the team hadn't lost four consecutive games all season long this is cbs news to prevent and relieve muscle cramps in your legs and feet use theraworx relief get theraworx relief today at select walgreens cvs and rite aid pharmacies or theraworxrelief dot com.
Data breach disrupts concert ticketing service Ticketfly
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim Hogg President Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani said Sunday that the president should not testify before special counsel Robert Muller unless it's brief and to the point Giuliani made the comment on ABC's this week. When questioned about fellow Trump warrior, Jay Secolo contradictory remarks about a meeting at Trump Tower, Jay. And I want to keep an open mind and I have to just be honest, I mean with leaning toward not. But look, if they can convince us that would be brief, it'd be so the point there were five or six points they have to clarify. And with that, we can get this over this long nightmare for the for the American public over Giuliani also said Trump has no intention of pertinent himself, but claims. There's nothing in the law that says, he can't g seven finance ministers finished their meeting near Vancouver with a strong rebuke of President. Trump's proposed trade action on steel and aluminum as Craig McCullough reports at sets the stage for what may be a very interesting seven leader summit this week and Quebec. The group of seven leader summit taking place this week at a resort near Quebec City where we President Trump's first official visit to Canada since taking office this past weekend, finance ministers. The group is seven entered their meetings near Vancouver with the statement, condemning the presence tariffs on steel and aluminum. They are voicing unanimous concern and disappointment over the tariffs and calling for decisive action in response US Treasury Secretary. Steven Mnuchin says, the issue will have to be discussed at the leaders summit for NPR news. I'm Craig McCullough convention cover authorities in Guatemala. Now, say at least twenty five people have died. Dozens have been injured in thousands forced from their homes after the eruption of one of the region's most active volcanoes NPR's Carrie Kahn has more the eruption center towering plume of ash and molten rock into the air with smoking Nash covering villages around the volcano located in the south central region of the country. According to officials with Guatemala's disaster agency, four people died. When lava from the volcano set their house on fire to others, reportedly burned to death. Watching the volcano erupt from bridge. This is the fire volcano. Second eruption this year ashes covering large areas, including the tourist town of an Thiga. Roads are closed in the region, and shelters have been opened for thousands of evacuees in all more than one point, seven million people have been impacted Guatemala's international airport had to close due to the ash, which poses a danger to planes Carrie Kahn NPR news concert, ticketing service ticket fly says it system is back online after a data breach leaked users, personal information and disrupted services at live music venues. The company says, stolen information included customers names addresses emails and phone numbers and hasn't disclosed other details about a website that tracks data breaches says the hack affected more than twenty six million user accounts. This is NPR news. In Guatemala. Funeral services were held this weekend for the young migrant woman killed last month by the US border patrol as Maria Martin reports. Hundreds of mourners turned out to pay their respects to twenty year old. Claudia Gomez. The indigenous Maya community of sent one 'hostile Geico was in mourning this weekend. Family and friends came out in solidarity with relatives of the young woman who left less than a month ago seeking her American dream like many other young, what the Marlins she couldn't find work, even though she had a degree in accounting. So to help her family and save for her education can have the Gomez had borrowed money and gone north. Her American dream ended when she was shot by the border patrol near Laredo Texas. Her family says they want the agent who shut Klaudia to pay for his crime. Mourner said glorious step has been a wakeup call of the conditions that force young people to make the dangerous trip north for NPR news. I'm mighty Martin, and I'm thinking what? What? The mullahs in game two of the NBA finals. There wasn't as much drama Sunday night, but Golden State beat Cleveland for a second time winning at one twenty two to one zero. Three. The warriors take a two games to nothing advantage over the Cavaliers heading into game three on Wednesday night at the weekend. Box office solo Star Wars story is losing momentum. Quickly. The space saga ticket sales fell sixty five percent in its second weekend. Deadpool two came in second, the lost at sea drama adrift came in third and avengers. Infinity war was fourth. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington.
Van strikes pedestrians in Toronto, killing 10 and injuring 15 -- live updates
"Makes it up here on daybreak downtown shot off there you go it's just gone seven thirty in riyadh and we're ninety minutes away from start trading day couple of things to keep an eye on brent is up two tenths of one percent extending three year high the saudi yemen flare up is something we will discuss next you've also got inventories leaving the day dollar it's winning streak there you go i mean let's not make a headline out of it gun zero point two percent but it has halted a five day winning streak and a three month height will continue to question freshman headlines let's get to stephen engle stephen all right thanks man that's well ten people have been killed and at least sixteen injured after van crashed into pedestrians in northern toronto police say the driver has been arrested but it's too early to speculate on a motive witnesses say the van jumped the curb at a busy intersection and hit a group of people before driving away the incident happening as g seven ministers gathering in toronto ahead of their leaders meeting in quebec city in june well nafta negotiations resume later and the canadian foreign minister says the talks in washington are in an intensive phase however president trump has said again that he could make mexican immigration curbs a condition highlighting that a deal is still far from certain on twitter the president said mexico must stop people heading into the us and called for wall funding fast and french president emmanuel macron has arrived in washington for a three day trip which will include an attempt to keep the us in the iran nuclear deal it's the first state visit of the trump presidency and comes after a lavish.
"quebec city" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"A few moments ago and he thinks it's terrorism as well they say the they don't know they're not sure this guy was driving purposely to hip hip it s a witness told canadian press you saw the police arresting a man who had been driving a ryder rental truck and saw people struggle over the road or the incident occurred he said it must have seen about five or six people being resuscitated by bystanders in by ambulance drivers it was awful brutal the incident occurred as cabinet ministers from the major industrial countries were gathered in candidate to discuss a range of international issues in the rump to the g seven meeting near quebec city in june hey look it's possible that it's not radical islamic terrorism it could be some nut job who wanted to blow up the g seven or make a point about the g seven certainly possible but either way i don't think this was an accident i don't think there was somebody who just had a few too many lunch i don't think it was somebody who just you know is brakes were working this seems to be incredibly deliberate that this van was trying to mow down as many people as possible so we'll look forward to finding out the folks it does point out something though when i opened the show with this today but you know all day up until the van attack we're talking about the waffle house and we were shooting there and mayor national calling for tougher gun laws have forgotten all these different laws that everybody wants to create after an incident like this when will people understand that guys will never stop they'll never stop trying to find new ways new creative ways to kill people whether it's van a pressure cooker it doesn't matter you can keep trying to reisen sleep under this false assumption that just another law another regulation will keep us all safe it's not gonna i'm sorry but it's.
"quebec city" Discussed on No Agenda
"They need why you need to thirds right that would be the thirty five thirty six thirty eight thirty eight states two to two lights let's see who rescinded nebraska tennessee idaho kentucky south dakota they rescinded texas was all in california was all in california's always nebraska tennessee idaho racist fucks in idaho man yeah so it wasn't idaho donors idaho knows their problems like people that you can walk with a gun on the street we can't smoke on the street i mean it's very odd place it's true it's true okay well while we're on guns for just a moment you remember the quebec city shooter let me think idaho's racist they didn't ratify the second amendment i mean the the equal rights amendment how's it was i gonna do is race i just sounds good everything's race is what does anything anyone says about racism today mean at general came just throw it out whenever you sure idaho people please cheese yes sorry idaho people here's what you can do why don't you sponsor bully our sponsors tell them to pull out policy soon enough yeah took too long i made three sentences in between my violation in my apology so we had the quebec city shooter be so net who now changed his not guilty plea to a guilty plea they killed six muslim men two years ago three no no no this is this year i've already lost it okay going was this past year i got something here in the show notes when was this.
Uber reaches settlement with family of autonomous vehicle victim
"The country has seen levels of violence drastically reduce in recent years uber has reached a settlement with the family of a woman killed by one of the companies driverless vehicles as jimmy jenkins have member station k j z z reports the car was on a test run when it hit a pedestrian hewing hertzberg was struck and killed by a selfdriving suv earlier this month video of the accident shows hertzberg emerging from the darkness split seconds before the crash an attorney for the victims family confirmed wednesday evening a settlement has been reached earlier this week governor doug ducey instructed the department of transportation to suspend uber's ability to test driverless cars on public roadways in arizona hoover says their cars remain grounded and they are working with tempe police as well as federal officials the national transportation safety board says its investigation into the accident will take twelve to fourteen months for npr news i'm jimmy jenkins in tempe arizona this is npr a funeral is being held in sacramento today for twenty two year old stefan clark an unarmed black man killed by police eleven days ago more protests are expected today in canada the man who fatally shot six people at a mosque in quebec city a year ago is apologizing for his actions dan carpenter reports the suspect also denies being a terrorist twenty eight year old alexander that asked for forgiveness saying every minute he bitterly regrets his actions for the livesey destroyed as well as the pain and suffering he caused even to members of his own family be senate read out a letter in court after a judge accepted his guilty plea on six charges of first degree murder as well as six of attempted murder in denying he was a terrorist bissonnette city was someone overcome by fear and despair but many in the muslim community was skeptical saying they still want answers about why the mass shooting happened bissonnette could face consecutive life terms amounting to one hundred and fifty years in prison a sentence hearing begins in about two weeks for npr news i'm dan carpenter in toronto in paris last evening an outburst of anger at what was supposed to be a silent march to honor an eighty five year old woman who was stabbed to death friday in an.
"quebec city" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin
"Okay grudge it is time for demerits and gold stars and this week you're up with a happiness to merritt said this is an american given myself this demar before certainly have in my own mind and an which is that there are certain things that make me misbehave are certain situations would always bring out the worse than me and i try m probably not as hard as i should to fight that but one of them is travelling and travelling always makes me very crabby and i just do it and so recently we when we met and other family some family friends in quebec city we had an amazing time in quebec city but while we were travelling i was just the lake not behaving my saw properly and like we were literally leaving the apartment and i i was his fire to make my mean face my legendary meal bay which apparently is like terrifying like this meduse like which i have never seen resell and jamie well and they should get a gold circus gyms like wow i haven't seen the mean face in awhile it's good that it's been awhile but um i definitely didn't make me feel i lose my sense of humor you know i'm curt with people i give orders um i you know grach i'm the same way as brings out the worst right wing no it's it's should be fun should be lighthearted oh i think of their days i think i've mentioned this before like packing for family trips and we regarding like going to an anti it and we would like me playing the beach boys dancing around unpacking lighthearted mom and dad were doing all making all the decisions doing everything yeah so we did cetera.
"quebec city" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Of their company or him who maybe astra is onsite like all of us are doing knock zakho people will think twice now be done everybody who's bad this next laser story out of canada there's a hotel in quebec city montreal canada that is made completely out of ice and it had to be evacuated on tuesday the reason why because of a fire awesome apparently started when a candle fell on somebody sleeping bag and fortunately the fire didn't spread too much before help arrived you know super fast via a few people were hospitalized from smoke inhalation though most were just confused about what happened afterwards the mandra said the hotel did sustained some damage but not because the fire burnt anything just some of the ice walls in the lobby melted spires english irs i wonder what kind of fired insurance hotel touted jerian pine are very much more flood insurance would be the next to the story is out of russia three thirty one year old russian man named boris zakharov was drunk the other night and unfortunately for him after many drinks he ran out of liquor oh no and now just go to bed man to go to bed and give it to so in a snowstorm boris got on all his heavy clothes and trudged his way to the closest liquor store but he was disappointed to find out that that was closed but that didn't stop bores from achieving his goal so he did some quick thinking and made his way over to a nearby army training center an stole a tank anybody that's the easiest vehicle the steel horace then drove the tech packed in a liquor store and slammed into it knocking out a window and some of the wall after he did that morris went inside and he stole exactly one bottle of y y that's it one bottle of wine ellen this but i think he has a rally well not really saw one body knows not he's not been selfcontrol he does knew exactly how much he needed newest limit the opened up follow whine drink it and then passed out near the cash register or his is now facing several charges and could be in jail for a long long time to look at take less than now how to get here in weiser tang weird this next laser story is out.