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Police ignoring
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rules: Survey
Crisis of condence.
Two-thirds said they
felt police had no valid
reason to stop them

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Most officers in Torontos


Jane-and-Finch area are ignoring the police boards revised
carding policy, contributing to
a climate of mistrust, according to a survey to be presented
at a board meeting Thursday.
Theres a huge disconnect
between what the board is trying to do and what is actually
happening on the ground in
the community, said survey
author Neil Price, executive
director of LogicalOutcomes,
a non-profit consulting organization hired by the board.

The new policy adopted in


April requires that police have
a valid public-safety reason for
stopping individuals and that
they not prolong encounters
to gather information to justify formal questioning.
The Community Assessment of Police Practices survey found about two-thirds of
people mostly youth and
young adults who reported
being stopped and documented since June, said they
didnt believe officers had a
valid reason. More than 60 per
cent said they felt police prolonged the encounters to get
more information.
The Toronto Police Service
did not respond to a request
for comment Tuesday, but
board chair Alok Mukherjee
said the results were ex-

Distrust

The survey found widespread dissatisfaction with


police, even though twothirds of those surveyed
267 people out of 404
had never been carded.
 More than half said
they believe police in
31 Division abuse their
power, and more than
one in three felt police
are dishonest and unfair
in their practices.

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We are facing a crisis of
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Suicide-prevention barriers
needed for subway: Report
The grim start to the week experienced on Torontos transit
system could be prevented in
future if council adopts a series
of suicide-prevention measures,
the citys public health department says in a new report.
Between 7 p.m. Monday and
11 a.m. Tuesday, there were
three suicide attempts, including one fatality, on the subway
system, Toronto Transit Commission spokesman Brad Ross
confirms.
The horrifying incidents
shut down parts of the subway
lines for a combined 225 minutes, causing major delays for
thousands of passengers.
Toronto Public Health, in a
new report, states that suicide
attempts and deaths on the
subway system can have serious impacts not only in terms
of morbidity and mortality,
but also in the economic cost
to transit system operations
and psychological impacts
on the driver, passengers and
witnesses.
Called Suicide Prevention in
Toronto, the document takes

Suicide statistics in Toronto

NEWS

Most important,
least talked about
issue. Toronto Public
Health has released a
comprehensive report on
suicide and prevention
strategies in the city

By no means is public transit


the most common means of
death by suicide in Toronto.
Between 1998 and 2011, a
total of 912 suicide victims,
or 29.5 per cent, died by
hanging/strangulation/suocation, followed by 745 who
died after jumping from a
high place. Some 609 suicide
deaths in Toronto were by
overdose.
 A further 238 people, or
7.7 per cent of victims,
ended their lives by jumping or lying in front of a
subway, train or car, followed by asphyxia (226),
shooting (148) cutting/
stabbing (95) drowning/
hypothermia (73) and re/
burns/electrocution (34).
 In 2009, suicide claimed
243 lives in Toronto,
four times the number
of people who died by
homicide, and three times
the number who died in
motor vehicle crashes.

a broader look at suicide in


Canadas largest city, one of
the most important and least
talked about population health
issues. It will be considered by
the Board of Health at its meeting Monday.
The report includes 12

A pedestrian walks alongside part of the Luminous Veil suicide barrier on the Bloor Street Viaduct in this le
photo. JIM WILKES/TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE

suicide-prevention recommendations that range from asking council to provide funding


to the TTC to install platform
edge doors in all of its subway
stations, old and new, to a call
for increased public awareness
and education programs.

Used and shown to be effective in 35 cities around the


world, including Hong Kong
and Paris, the barriers line up
perfectly with the train doors
and open when the subway
comes to a halt at the platform.
The TTC has incorporated

the infrastructure for them


in the new stations on the
Spadina subway extension to
York Region. At a cost of $5 million to $10 million per station,
the cash-strapped TTC doesnt
have the money to install them.
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Immigrant nurses face new


hurdles over licensing rules
Uphill climb. New
screening exam for RNs
is failing three-quarters
of immigrant nurses
Exactly three years after
she submitted her application to be licensed as a registered nurse in Ontario, Mitra
Shojaee was told she would
need to restart her education
to qualify.
The Toronto resident, a veteran RN from Iran, is among
the three-quarters of immigrant nurses in the province
who have failed the College of
Nurses of Ontarios new licensing exam. They face a double
whammy, since the province
also lacks remedial programs
that could help them fill the
skills gap.
Changes made by the nursing regulatory body last year
have created additional hurdles for internationally educated nurses, who say they are
already struggling to meet the
regulators new safe practice
rules and face multiple delays
in restarting their nursing careers.
Shojaee submitted her
registration application to the
College in November 2011. She
said it was 20 weeks before she
heard back, asking for her uni-

versity transcripts and course


descriptions, as well as proof
of safe practice from her
former employer. (Applicants
must work in nursing within
three years to be eligible.)
In September 2013, the College finally finished assessing
her credentials and referred
her to the newly introduced
objective structured clinical
exam, better known as OSCE.
Shojaee, 35, who has an
undergrad degree in nursing
and 11 years of RN experience,
didnt get a spot for her OSCE
test until June. In September,
the results showed she had
failed seven of the 12 clinical
case scenarios.
After three years of waiting, (the college) asked me to
do further education to cover
my competency gap. But the
problem is, theres nowhere
we can go to fill those gaps,
said Shojaee.
Nurses who have taken the
OSCE say the college offers
limited information about the
exam, and there is no course
or textbook to prepare for it.
Due to high demand, some
must wait as long as nine
months to sit for the test.
And worse, they say, those
who fail and dont want to repeat their entire education in
Canada have only one choice:
compete for one of 50 spots at
York Universitys 20-month-

At a glance

The College of Nurses of


Ontario registered 268
foreign-trained nurses as
RNs last year, fewer than
half the number in 2012.
That marked the lowest
number since 2006, when
the College began requiring
a university baccalaureate
and only 249 foreign nurses
were registered. However,
the College said 2012 saw
a spike in registrations, and
last years number only
reected the norm.

Margarita Pasynkovsky, an operating room nurse from Israel, says the OSCE exam is really hard and there is no study
guide. TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE

long Bachelor of Science in


Nursing program designed for
internationally trained nurses.
The OSCE exam is really
hard. There is no study guide.
You cant prepare and study for
it. If this is the way they prefer
to license us, at least send us
quickly to the OSCE and open
more bridging programs to get
us on track, said Margarita Pasynkovsky, an operating room
nurse from Israel.

In my own country, there


is a shortage of nurses. My
hospital needed me and I decided to immigrate here. If I
had known its so hard to be
accepted here, I wouldnt have
come, said the 37-year-old
Vaughan resident, a graduate of Tel Aviv University who
came here in June 2013.
Pasynkovsky began her
registration with the nursing
college in mid-2012, a year

before her move to Canada.


She took the OSCE in August
and last month learned she
had failed eight of the 12 test
scenarios.
The nurses complaints are
highlighted in a recent review
of the nursing colleges registration process by Ontarios
Office of the Fairness Commissioner (OFC).
The report, released this
summer, found that some

internationally educated applicants do not receive adequate


explanation about their shortcomings on the OSCE. And
since there are no appeals or
repeat tests allowed, it leaves
applicants with no option but
to proceed to bridging education if they wish to continue
with their RN application, the
report says.
It is unclear why, regardless of the number of gaps
identified in the OSCE, applicants who want to proceed
with their RN application
must take an entire bridging
program. There is no sound
justification for the one size
fits all approach.
TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE

Child-care gap a pressing


problem, reports indicate
After a year of parental leave,
theres a huge gap in early
childhood services that has
provinces scrambling to fill
the void for families for three
years until kids start school,
says a report to be released
Wednesday by the Atkinson
Centre at the University of Toronto.
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
is also issuing an urgent plea
to the federal government on
Wednesday, saying the first six
years of life are the most important developmental phase
and our current approach is
inadequate, said Dr. Andrew
Padmos, the colleges CEO.
Canada can, and should, be

Quoted

Canada can, and


should, be a world
leader in supporting its
children.
Dr. Andrew Padmos

a world leader in supporting its


children.
The two reports, both provided to Torstar News Service in
advance, come at a time when
child-care is in the limelight
on the eve of a national childcare conference in Winnipeg
and on the heels of a new study
showing day-care costs in the
Greater Toronto Area among

the highest in the country.


The federal government
has a new plan for income
splitting and improve monthly
child-care benefits, and the federal NDP has pledged a million
daycare spaces for $15 a day. In
Ontario, the provincial government has a child-care plan in
the works.
The Early Childhood Education Report 2014, which follows
up on a 2011 report that looked
at 19 measures of success, notes
that provinces have been making progress in the past three
years, but overall Canada still
lags behind.
Between the one-year
parental leave for qualifying
parents and the start of kinder-

garten, usually at age 5, there is


no universal policy designed to
support young children, notes
the report from researchers at
the Atkinson Centre for Society
and Child Development.
The more than 50-year-old
call for a pan-Canadian child
care plan remains elusive.
The report lauds eight provinces for providing proper oversight for child care, merging it
with education departments
for a seamless system. Spending on early childhood is now
0.6 per cent of the countrys
Gross Domestic Product, far behind the one per cent average
of developed nations but up
from 0.25 in 2006.
TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE

Taking the time to remember


A soldier stands guard at the Old City Hall Cenotaph on Remembrance
Day Tuesday, as thousands of Torontonians gathered at City Hall and
Queens Park to pay homage to those that made the ultimate sacrice
during Canadas wars. More Remembrance Day coverage, page 13.
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TDSB. Trustees considering $50K vote recount


Toronto trustees are holding a
special meeting Wednesday to
vote to spend up to $50,000 for
a recount in the Scarborough
Centre ward where incumbent
David Smith won by just 139
votes.
Scott Harrison, a former
trustee for the ward himself,
was ahead of Smith by 89 votes
when all polls were closed and
full results posted online, only
to find out two hours later that

hed lost.
Harrison is now
asking Toronto District School
B o a r d
Trustee David Smith t r u s t e e s
TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE
to request
that
the
city hold a recount given the
glitch in results. He said he was
told by city elections staff that

human error caused the earlier,


incorrect, result.
Conducting a recount will
... demonstrate the boards
commitment to an open, fair
and transparent election process, Harrison stated in a letter
to the board.
In an interview, he said he
doubts the $50,000 price tag,
estimating the cost would be
much lower.
Its 78 polling stations, and

the cost of running X number


of ballots through a machine,
he said, guessing it would be
closer to $10,000 unless the
ballots are being hand-counted,
which would cost more.
Some trustees, however, are
balking. Sheila Cary-Meagher
said theres no precedent for
a recount and that $50,000
would provide thousands of
lunches to needy kids.
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Everything has to
end. Zimmermans
Discount making
way for organic food
market next year
Zoltan Zimmerman shuffles
across the linoleum floor of his
discount store and uses a black
marker to scribble $1.99
on cartons of breakfast cereal
stacked near the cash register.
Its mid-morning, and customers trickle through the glass
doorway off Augusta Avenue,
Kensington Markets well-trafficked spine.
Get some jeans there,
Zimmerman calls to a cluster of
women browsing the clothes,
tuques and plastic sandals
hanging on the wall. Nineteen--99!
This has been the scene at
Zimmermans Discount, more
or less, for decades, a family
business that the 88-year-old
later joined by his son Danny
has poured his energy into
since he was a young man, a
newly landed immigrant in
the bustling market of the
early 1950s. And now, as the
white-haired proprietor scans
his store from his post behind
the cash register, his shoulders
slightly hunched and his hands
shoved in his pockets, its clear
this is a man readying himself
for a big change.
Come New Years, Zimmermans Discount will be closed

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for good, replaced by an organic food market set to open


in the coming months.
I was here over 60 years,
Zimmerman says. Sure, Im
going to miss it. Everything has
to end, though. You know that.
The imminent closure of
the longtime Kensington Market mainstay is the latest iteration of a now-familiar story in
the iconic downtown neighbourhood. What was once a
bustling hub where recent immigrants to Toronto came to
live and start businesses has
transformed over the years
into a hotbed of alternative culture. Many argue the area has
its own special vibrancy that
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The CBC has named broadcasting veteran Jamie Purdon to be
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Jian Ghomeshis former radio
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A past executive producer on popular CBC Radio
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newsgathering operations,
Purdon will begin his new
job on Monday, said CBC
spokesman Chuck Thompson.
He said he did not know how
long Purdon will remain in the
position. Im a regular listener
so I am expecting to be with a
talented group of broadcasters
who want to create something
great, Purdon told Torstar
News Service. I know that has
not been easy lately.
Purdon replaces Arif Noorani, who returns to work next
Monday after a two-week leave

of absence
and who
asked to be
reassigned,
said Thompson. Noorani
will be responsible for
developing
Jamie Purdon
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said. Jamie is highly respected
and has the background and
experience to take on the role
at this time, said Thompson.

Purdon left the CBC in 2012


after nearly 30 years with the
public broadcaster.
He is cofounder of 3rd
Street Foundation, which
works with small groups of
high school youth on a yearlong intensive development
program, according to its
website.
Richard Stursberg, former
executive vice-president of
English services at CBC, said
Purdon is very good. Hes very
experienced.
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For Christopher J. Hanke, ignorance was bliss. At least it
was when it came to Barbra
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The 38-year-old actor has
had a rich and varied career,
with gigs such as playing the
villain to Daniel Radcliffes
hero in the remounting of How
to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, or tackling
the leads in recent Broadway
revivals of Hair and Rent, but
he really knew nothing about
Streisand, which is kind of
spooky for someone in musical
theatre.
So there was a certain irony
when he was asked to play the
lead in Buyer & Cellar, the hit
off-Broadway comedy opening
in Toronto for Mirvish Productions this week, because that
character is an out-of-work actor who gets a job working in a
giant underground mall underneath Babs Malibu estate.
Buyer & Cellar was the
brainchild of playwright Jonathan Tolins, who was inspired
to write it after reading Streisands 2010 door-stopper of a
coffee-table book, My Passion
For Design. Tolins was particu-

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laughing, but to me, she
was primarily that funny
lady from Meet the
Fockers. Honestly!
Actor Christopher J. Hanke talking Barbra
Streisand

larly taken by the description


of the basement mall built to
hold Streisands collections of
everything from antique dolls
to vintage clothing.
One day, he asked the fateful question, Howd you like
to be the guy who has to work
down there? The script of Buyer & Cellar was the answer.
Hanke notes his main job
is not to play Streisand but an
out-of-work actor living in Los
Angeles. Thats something Ive
been through and can definitely relate to. Theres a lot of
rejection in this business. I was
up for one role on Broadway
and when I didnt get it, I just
stayed in bed for days afterwards. Ive been to those painful dark spaces.
Still, Hanke chooses to savour the plays lighter, funnier
moments.
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Pawsitively popular pet names

Tanya Kim, left, and Teri Hart, right. TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE

If you own a licensed dog or


cat in Toronto, chances are its
name is Charlie or Max.
Thats because both names
top lists recently released by
the city of the 25 most popular
licensed cat and dog names in
Toronto.
The citys latest rounds of
data show that of the 90,154
licensed pooches and kitties in
Toronto, 1,776 are named Charlie and 1,368 are called Max.
While many pet owners do

not license their animals when


the animals are licensed, the
city collects and compiles pet
names revealing stats about the
nature of how Torontonians
name their pets.
The stats reveal that in addition to Charlie and Max, Tiger,
Smokey, Tigger, Lucy and Lucky
also prove to be common cat
names. Meanwhile dog-owners
most often name mans best
friend Buddy, Bailey, Bella and
Molly. TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE

Lapping up pop culture

Gillian Ridgeway, the


director of Whos Walking
Who Dog Training Centre,
hypothesized that Rover,
Fido, Sparky and Fluy are
all noticeably missing from
the list because the names
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Layos. Pair of on-air


personalities among
those who got the axe
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Tanya Kim, who has co-hosted etalk with Ben Mulroney


for over a decade, is among
the latest group to be hit by
layoffs at Bell Media-owned
companies.
Bell Media, which runs
CTV and a raft of specialty
channels, has confirmed that
both Kim and The Movie Network host Teri Hart had seen
their positions eliminated.
The layoffs are part of
a plan announced by the
multimedia giant in June to
cut up to 120 jobs at its TV
operations due to financial
pressures in advertising and
subscription TV services.
In July, some 91 of the total
120 cuts were announced,
mostly affecting music channels Much, M3 and MTV.
Spokesman Scott Hen30.4% turnout

Online voting
clicks with Ajax
residents sort of
Ajax residents had it easy
in the latest municipal
election. They could simply
click and vote.
Yet, only 30.4 per cent of
them did.
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a party and chooses to drive impaired?
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of their guests or to a third party. But a case that went
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caused an accident after being at a BYOB party. While the
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Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 Hornets depart after refuelling with a KC-135 Stratotanker assigned to the 340th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron Thursday
over Iraq. The Department of National Defence says Canadian ghter jets have struck another blow against Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) targets.
STAFF SGT. PERRY ASTON/U.S. AIR FORCE/THE CANADIAN PRESS

Canadian jets strike


ISIL artillery targets
in Iraq: Government
Remembrance Day
strike. Defence
Minister thanks 600
men, women in
uniform for their work
The Department of National
Defence says Canadian fighter jets have struck another
blow against Islamic State of
Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) targets in Iraq.
A spokeswoman for Defence Minister Rob Nicholson
says CF-18 fighter-bombers

used a laser-guided bomb to


hit an artillery position today
near the city of Bayji, north of
Baghdad.
Johanna Quinney says the
airstrikes were being conducted in support of Iraqi
forces leading localized offensives in the area.
U.S. and coalition jets have
been pounding the area in recent weeks, destroying bunkers, vehicles and at least one
anti-aircraft gun in recent
days.
A technical briefing on the
strike has been scheduled for
Thursday.

Quoted

This strike demonstrates Canadas rm resolve


to tackle the threat of terrorism and stand with
our allies against ISILs atrocities against innocent
women, children and men.
Defence Minister Rob Nicholson

In a statement, Nicholson acknowledged the fact


that the strike took place
on Remembrance Day, as he
thanked the military personnel taking part in Canadas
combat mission against ISIL.

I commend the nearly


600 men and women in uniform for their tremendous
work today in the international fight to degrade
ISIL, Nicholson said.
THE CANADIAN PRESS

Canadian woman joins Kurdish militia


Israeli media reports a
Canadian-born woman who
served in the Israeli military has joined a Kurdish
militia fighting the Islamic
State of Iraq and the Levant
(ISIL).
Channel 10 TV reported

Tuesday that Gill Rosenberg


travelled to Iraq about 10
days ago. The 31-year-old
served in the Israeli military
and had previously worked
as a pilot in Canada, it said.
The station said she
spent time in a U.S prison

for her part in a phone


scam.
Speaking in Hebrew to
Israel Radio, she said she
contacted the fighters on
Facebook.
I was with the guerrillas
in the mountains for a few

days and then I crossed the


border, she said.
Facebook photos show
pictures of her in Israeli
army uniform in Jerusalem
and what media said were
her selfies taken in Iraq.
THE CANADIAN PRESS

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13

People place poppies at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier following the Remembrance Day ceremony at the National War Memorial in Ottawa on Tuesday.
JUSTIN TANG/THE CANADIAN PRESS

50,000 gather in Ottawa


to honour Canadas vets
Remembrance Day.
Quoted
Huge crowd salutes Cpl.
We have had sombre occasion in past weeks to
Nathan Cirillo, Warrant
ponder our identity as the very symbols of our
Ocer Patrice Vincent
peace and freedom were violated.
and all of nations heroes Gov. Gen. David Johnston, during a ceremony at the National War Memorial on Tuesday
It was a Remembrance Day like
no other for many Canadians.
Tens of thousands of people
gathered at the National War
Memorial in Ottawa on Tuesday, where on Oct. 22 Cpl.
Nathan Cirillo was murdered
by a gunman who then attacked Parliament an assault
that followed a fatal attack on
Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent
in Quebec two days before.
As Gov. Gen. David Johnston re-dedicated the National
War Memorial, which now
recognizes the mission in Afghanistan and the South Af-

rican War, he paid tribute to


Vincent and Cirillo, and to the
many others who died and are
represented by the Unknown
Soldier.
We will stand on guard
for him and for them, as did
Nathan Cirillo, who takes his
place among them, Johnston
told the crowd. We will strive
for peace and for freedom, as
did Patrice Vincent, who joins
them also.
The crowd was also there to
honour living veterans such as
Ret. Sgt. Roly Armitage.
Sitting in the front row with
his partner, Connie Bertrand,

the Second World War veteran


was thinking of Canadas two
most recent losses and of his
comrades from long ago.
These two boys who have
been killed in the last couple
weeks, they were in uniform
they have to be prepared for
that sort of thing, he said. Its
a sad, sad situation.
Armitage, 89, was a range
finder with the Royal Canadian Artillery. He said he had
to come to the ceremony because remembering his comrades provides him a sense of
healing.
It (makes me) feel better

that I remember those guys.


Theyre closer than your brothers. We were together all that
time and we depended on each
other, he said.
Remembrance Day usually attracts around 35,000 to
downtown Ottawa, but police
estimate this years crowd to
be about 50,000 people.
Dorothy Goubault shouted
Thank you! to veterans as
they marched past Princess
Anne, Prime Minister Stephen
Harper and other dignitaries.
She started coming to Remembrance Day ceremonies in 1970
at age 18.
When I started coming out
to this right after getting out of
high school, there was hardly
anyone who came out, she
said. Because we have such a
wonderful country, more and
more people are starting to appreciate what we do have.
JOE LOFARO/METRO IN OTTAWA

Hometowns honour soldiers killed in Ottawa, Quebec

Fred Snelling attends a Remembrance


Day ceremony in Hamilton, Ont., on
Tuesday. PETER POWER/THE CANADIAN PRESS

Remembrance Day ceremonies in the hometown


of a young reservist gunned
down in Ottawa, and in the
city where a Quebec soldier
was killed, did not mention
their names, but their memories weighed heavily over
the large crowds.
Hundreds
of
people
packed a downtown Hamilton, Ont., square Tuesday for

the solemn service.


From lifelong residents
and frequent Remembrance
Day service attendees to
new Canadians donning poppies for the first time, many
spoke of the death of Cpl.
Nathan Cirillo.
Well over 1,000 soldiers
and residents of Saint-Jeansur-Richelieu, Que., where
Warrant Officer Patrice Vin-

cent was killed, attended a


memorial service in front of
the cenotaph at the garrison.
That happened here, that
happened a few blocks away
from the base, said Rev.
Jean-Francois Noel.
It could have been anyone that day unfortunately, it was Warrant Officer Vincent because he was wearing
his uniform. THE CANADIAN PRESS

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WORLD

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South Korean ferry captain gets 36 years


More than 300 dead.
Captain Lee Joon-seok
acquitted of homicide
charge, found
guilty of negligence
and abandoning
passengers in crisis
Ferry captain Lee Joon-seok YONHAP,
HYUNG MIN-WOO/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Enraged parents wept and

screamed as a judge sentenced


a South Korean ferry captain
to 36 years in prison Tuesday
for negligence and abandoning
passengers when his ship sank
earlier this year, killing more
than 300 people, mostly high
school students.
The highly anticipated verdict came on the same day officials called off searches for the
final nine victims.
Victims relatives immedi-

ately criticized the sentences


for captain Lee Joon-seok and
14 other crew members as too
lenient. Lee was acquitted of a
homicide charge, which could
have carried a death sentence,
because the court said there
wasnt proof that he knew his
actions would cause such a
massive loss of life.
Do you know how many
children are dead? one relative
shouted out during the senten-

cing, according to Kook Joungdon, a lawyer for the relatives.


Most of the ferry passengers
were teenagers taking a school
trip to a southern island, and
many student survivors have
said they were repeatedly ordered over a loudspeaker to
stay on the sinking ship and
that they didnt remember any
evacuation order being given
before they helped each other
flee the vessel.

Lee said he issued an evacuation order, but told reporters


after his arrest he withheld
the evacuation order because
he feared for the passengers
safety in the cold, swift waters.
An official from the Justice
Ministry, who requested anonymity because of office rules,
said Lee, 69, technically will be
eligible for parole after serving
one-third of his prison sentence. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

That is not usual. Deaths


uncommon in sterilization
program: Medical officer
Eight Indian women have
died and 20 others were in
critical condition Tuesday
after undergoing sterilization
surgeries in a free government-run program to help
slow the countrys population
growth.
A total of 83 women, all
poor villagers under the age
of 32, had the operations Saturday in a hospital outside
Bilaspur city in the central
state of Chhattisgarh. All 83
surgeries were conducted
within six hours, and each
woman received a payment
of 600 rupees, said the states
chief medical officer, Dr. S.K.
Mandal.
That is not usual, he said,
but declined to comment fur-

ther on what might have gone


wrong until autopsies are conducted on the victims.
A federal Health Ministry spokeswoman declined
comment on whether the
government has set sterilization quotas, while activists
blame the quotas for leading
health authorities to pressure
women into surgery rather
than opt for contraception.
Indias government has
been long concerned about
the rapid growth of its population, which has reached 1.3
billion people. The country
has the highest rate of sterilizations among women at
37 per cent, sitting ahead of
China at 29 per cent.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Indian women who underwent sterilization surgeries receive treatment at


the CIMS hospital in Bilaspur, in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh, on
Tuesday. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Tricky landing

Space agency
prepares for
probing mission
How do you land a spacecraft
on a comet that is streaking
by at 66,000 kilometres an
hour? Thats a problem scientists have been grappling
with for more than a decade
as they prepare for one of
the most audacious space

adventures ever the European Space Agencys attempt


to land a scientific probe on
the giant ball of ice and dust
known as 67P/ChuryumovGerasimenko.
Theyll find out Wednesday whether their plan will
work when the agencys
mission control centre in
Darmstadt, Germany, gives
its unmanned Rosetta space
probe the final go-ahead to
drop a lander on the comet.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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BUSINESS

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Would regulation kill Internet innovation?


America. Obama aims
to impose new rules
on high-speed Internet
service providers, but
industry leaders warn
that would stie progress
Lets say President Barack
Obama gets his way and highHaters gonna hate, hate...

Spotify CEO tries


to Shake O haters
Spotifys Swedish CEO
voiced disappointment
Tuesday that Taylor
Swift pulled her music
off the popular music
streaming service, denying claims its making
money on the backs of
artists.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

speed Internet service providers are governed by the same


U.S. regulations imposed on
telephone companies 80 years
ago.
Depending on whom you
listen to, the rules could unleash future innovation and
create jobs or stifle innovation and kill jobs. The divisive
and often confusing debate has
intensified now that Obama
has entered the fray.

Obamas stance is meant to


protect net neutrality, the
concept that everyone with
an Internet connection should
have equal access to all legal
content online. The idea served
as one of the Internets building blocks, but its fate has been
in limbo since January, when a
court ruling invalidated Federal Communications Commission guidelines designed to
treat all online traffic equally.

The FCC has already been


working on a new regulatory framework and is under
no legal obligation to heed
Obamas call. Nevertheless,
Obamas opinion turns up the
political heat on FCC chairman
Tom Wheeler and the four
other commissioners who will
make the final decision. The
FCC isnt under a deadline to
make a decision.

Against regulation

If the U.S. government becomes the Internets traffic


cop, service providers could
lose incentive to continue
investing in projects that
improve their networks
and expand into areas that
have little or no high-speed
access.

 S




THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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your eyes open, Carries an homage to Celine: a festiWhat exactly is country music?
val of over-the-top chest pounding, fists in the air,
The reason I ask is that I watched the Country
hair-blowing-in-the-wind-machine.
Music Awards the other night and whatever it was
I guess you could argue that Las Vegas is in the
they were celebrating, its a long way from Hank
country. And the fountain in front of the Bellagio,
Williams, Hank Snow and all them other downthats the ol swimming hole.
home Hanks.
Then theres the Country Group of the Year, LitIm not sure most of the performers could find
tle Big Town. Lovely harmonies, but danged if they
the country even with a GPS. It must be that green
dont look and act like Abba with a slight twang. Is
stuff they fly over when theyre going to L.A., the
that Swedish?
current home of country music.
Or how about Keith Urban? Of course, Keith is
Of course, weve come to expect that Mammon
JUST
SAYIN'
from Australia, where country is called the outback.
trumps the Muse when it comes to award shows,
He should be at the OMAs, the Outback Music
but even the Grammys have more creative edge
Paul Sullivan
Awards, held annually at Ayers Rock.
than the CMAs. At this years Grammys, Sia sang
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For most male country singers, the big decision
her No. 1 hit Chandelier facing the wall, and never
seems to be Hat? No hat? The new generation of
once looked into the camera. Maybe it was a procountry music singers, e.g. the Florida Georgia Line boys or Luke
test against the homogenization of country.
Bryan, forgo the cowboy hat altogether, leaving it to their older
Exhibit A: Carrie Underwood, countrys ruling diva. With
brothers like Jason Aldean or Tim McGraw.
your eyes closed, I defy you to tell her from Celine Dion. Even with

Europe looks back a century

The size of the hat seems important. Garth Brooks, the Eminem of country music, made a rare cameo appearance at the
CMAs, and Garth made sure there was no doubt about whos got
the biggest hat. His was at least 10 gallons, er, 37.8541178 litres.
My wifes theory is that it depends on how much hair they
have. Garth Brooks is follicularly challenged. Keith Urban has reliable hair even if he is from Oz.
If theres any doubt that what goes as country music today is as
grassroots as AstroTurf, every once in a while, a real country
music star wanders out onto the stage. This years Ghosts of Actual
Country Music were George Strait and Loretta Lynn. You can just
tell they didnt learn their accents at the mall. You cant fake authenticity. Youre either a coal miners daughter, or youre not. Unfortunately, the two of them are about 160 years old. Both knockin at heavens door.
Final proof that pop culture has swallowed country and spit
out the hayseeds: the inexplicable appearance of divalet Ariana
Grande, that country sensation from Boca Raton, Fla., who began
her career singing on cruise ships. Bon voyage, yall.
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A Remembrance Day ceremony takes place by Paul Cummins Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red art installation in the dry moat of the Tower of London. Each poppy
represents a British and Commonwealth military fatality from WWI. Link to a related video in MetroTube, at right. KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Last of 888,246 poppies


planted for fallen
soldiers from WWI
Europe marked Armistice Day
Tuesday with ceremonies and
moments of silence as France
opened an international
memorial on a former
battleeld.
This years events had special
signicance because 2014 is the

centenary of the start of the First


World War. Tuesday marked
the 96th anniversary of the
armistice that ended the war on
Nov. 11, 1918.
French President Franois
Hollande inaugurated an
international war memorial at
Notre-Dame-de-Lorette, in
northern France, in the presence
of German, British and Belgian
ocials. The Ring of Memory

carries the names of 600,000


soldiers from more than 40
countries who died in the region
during the war. Names are listed
alphabetically, without their
nationalities.
Yesterdays enemies, these
men are now reunited in death as
if they belong to the same family,
said Hollande.
In Britain, thousands gathered
at the Tower of London, where a

blood-red sea of ceramic poppies


spilled into the moat as part of an
art installation paying tribute to
soldiers killed in the ghting.
A 13-year-old army cadet,
Harry Hayes, planted the nal
poppy the last of the 888,246
glass owers. Among the dead
was Hayes great-great-greatuncle, Pte. Patrick Kelly of the 1st
Battalion, Irish Guards.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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and reflective
Remembrance
Day yesterday,
which seemed
a little more
poignant than
most. Aside from
recent attacks
on soldiers in
our own country,
this year marked
the centenary of
the beginning
of World War I.
To mark that
anniversary,
Britain planted a field of ceramic poppies around
the Tower of London. See the completed field
from above in a drone-shot video here.
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Short is humble, I must say

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Books. SCTV and SNL


funnyman Martin Short
is philosophical about
lifes ups and downs
Martin Short says the reason he found the strength to
keep going after his wifes
death is simple: We go on.
Whatever we think its
going to be, the sun will
come up, and you have to
eat lunch, he said in a recent interview. Its just life.
We are all going to perish. I
think we all naturally, understandably, live in denial of
that.
Short, 64, reflects on both
comedy and tragedy in his
new memoir, I Must Say: My
Life as a Humble Comedy
Legend. The book details his
journey to the top, from his
early years as a member of
Torontos Second City improv troupe to the set of Saturday Night Live and to the
big screen in films including
Father of the Bride.
He writes that the death of
his beloved wife of 30 years,
Nancy Dolman, in 2010 is by
far the most awful thing Ive
been through. But he says
he found strength for the
sake of his three adult children. The night before Nancy
died, Short told his youngest
son Henry, This will make
you stronger. This will make
you more determined.
If I had no children,
maybe I could have said, You
know what? Thats it for a
public life, Short said. But
I have three kids, so they
look to you to see whats the
next step. Do we still have a
family? Are we still a united
front? Its up to papa to
make sure.
Short recalled throwing
himself into work in the

Martin Short poses with his new book I Must Say: My Life as a Humble Comedy Legend.

time after his wifes death.


In a notorious episode of the
Today show in March 2012,
host Kathie Lee Gifford asked
Short about his great marriage, apparently unaware
Nancy had died.
He addresses the incident in his book, saying he
has never felt any malice
toward Gifford for the gaffe.
Besides, Kathie Lee wasnt
wrong, he writes. Nan and
I did have one of the greatest
marriages in show business.
While growing up in
Hamilton, Ont., Shorts four
older siblings and both parents were constantly cracking jokes. It was trickledown funny, he said.
But his youth was marked
by loss as well. When Short
was 12, his eldest brother
David died in a car accident.
Then when he was 17, his
mother died of cancer, and

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SATURDAY,
NOV. 15
10:00 A.M.

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Ed Grimley as marriage counsellor

In 1984 Short joined Saturday


Night Live, where his excitable
man-child character Ed Grimley
became a standout.

'
shed say, I dont want to
'


 &

only beloved to fans, but
also had a special place in
his marriage.

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you believe how stubborn
&
and desperate and doesnt
appreciate how beautiful
'

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two years later, his father


died of complications from
a stroke.
Short said writing about
painful memories wasnt necessarily cathartic.
I remember everything.
Ive lived with everything. So
there were no surprises, he
said. What you dont know

when you start is how open


youre going to be: what
youre going to tell, what
youre not going to tell, what
you feel comfortable telling.
As you write it, you start
to realize that it cant be a
bunch of anecdotes about
funny things that happened
when I met Richard Burton.

SATURDAY,
NOV. 15
2:00 P.M.

It has to have a little depth


and understanding. Thats
why you write the book, because you gained wisdom
in life and maybe you can
give some of that wisdom to
other people.
He recalled that in his
early days, he quickly learned he had to know how to
do everything act, sing,
dance, be funny to succeed. Short eventually landed at Second City before joining the cast of SCTV in 1982.
The atmosphere at SCTV
was harmonious because his
castmates Joe Flaherty, Eugene Levy and Andrea Martin, among others, were so
talented, he said.
Usually the people who
arent the talented ones are
the ones who become the
most temperamental, said
Short. SCTV was that good.
They didnt need to throw
tantrums.
These days Short is still a
sought-after film and stage
actor. He has a role in Paul
Thomas Andersons upcoming film Inherent Vice, and
will replace Nathan Lane in
Its Only a Play on Broadway
in January.
But for all his success,
Short acknowledged he has
never had a long-running
sitcom or a box-office smash
(apart from the Father of the
Bride movies). He said thats
never bothered him much,
however.
Well,
you
werent
thrilled when your film
Innerspace didnt go through
the roof, but Ive never been
drawn
toward
negative
energy. So you take it in, you
go, Hmm, but then you go
for a swim or something, he
said. It didnt make sense to
wring your hands too long. I
mean, prick me and I bleed,
but then I put a bandage on.
THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Music

Minaj says sorry for


controversial
imagery in video
Nicki Minaj is apologizing for
a video that some feel uses
Nazi imagery.
The rapper posted on
Twitter on Tuesday that she
didnt create the concept for
the lyric video for her song
Only. She wrote: (I) take
full responsibility if it has
Bryan Cranston THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE

Movies

Hollywood aims to
reclaim its crown as
worlds lm capital
Los Angeles famously calls
itself the Entertainment Capital of the World. But the reality is, many filmmakers have
long since fled to cheaper
locations in London, New
York, Canada and elsewhere.
Now Hollywood is battling
to win back its title.

In a bid to regain the


initiative California tripled its
tax credits this year for filmmakers, to $330 million US
per year compared to $100
million per year previously.
The strategy has worked:
in the third quarter of 2014
TV production in L.A. surged
by 31 per cent year-on-year.
While we are still trying to reclaim our share of
television production, were
encouraged, said the head
of Film LA, Paul Audley, announcing the new figures. AFP

TOMORROW & FRIDAY!

Books. Bryan Cranston


to voice audio sequel of
naughty nursery rhyme
Bryan Cranston has lent his
voice to a sequel to the profane hit nursery rhyme Go the
(Bleep) to Sleep.
The Breaking Bad and Malcolm in the Middle star follows in the footsteps of Samuel L. Jackson by narrating
You Have to (Bleeping) Eat, by
novelist Adam Mansbach. The
new audiobook will be available free from Audible starting
Wednesday.
This is a very funny book
and my hope is that listeners
will agree that I can swear
with just as much panache

offended
anyone.
Id never
condone
Nazism in
my art.
The
Nicki Minaj THE
animated
ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
video,
which debuted Friday,
features a swarm of soldiers
with red armbands featuring
a logo that has been compared to a swastika. The logo
also appears on Minajs chest
in the clip. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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as Samuel Jackson, Cranston


said in a statement.
Sample line: The bunnies
are munching on carrots. The
lambs nibble grasses and bleat.
I know youre too hungry to
reason with but you have to
(bleeping) eat. Now imagine
its read by Walter White.
Go the (Bleep) to Sleep,
with illustrations by Ricardo
Cortes, was a surprise hit in
2011, inspired by Mansbachs
daughters resistance to sleeping. It sold more than 1.5 million copies worldwide.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Gaming. Assassins Creed


does French Revolution

A still from Assassins Creed: Unity. UBISOFT

A new installment of blockbuster video game Assassins


Creed made its worldwide
debut Tuesday, allowing
players to wield deadly skills
on the streets of Paris during the French Revolution.
Assassins Creed: Unity is
the latest installment of the
annual, history-based action
franchise from French gaming developer Ubisoft.
I was surprised how
realistic it could be, Ubisoft
chief and co-founder Yves
Guillemot told AFP at a
major E3 video game trade
show earlier this year.
From the street names

to how it was before compared to how it is now, you


are really more into the details when it is your own
city, he said.
Billed as the most dense
and immersive version of
the hit franchise ever created, Assassins Creed: Unity
casts players in the role of a
young man who grows into
a master assassin and helps
shape the fate of France.
We have been working with lots of people to
try to get the spirit of the
French Revolution what
happened and why it happened, Guillemot said. AFP

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Spider-Man
spinoff
has aunt in
its plans
Want
a clear
indication
that comic
book
movies are
officially
getting out
of hand?
Sally Field
How
about the rumour that Sony
is working on a Spider-Man
spinoff film about Aunt May,
his elderly guardian played
by Sally Field in the current
incarnation of the franchise?
Now, Sally Field wont be in
this one, necessarily, as the
rumoured film will be an
espionage story that takes
place when shes younger,
before Peter Parker ends
up under her roof. I dont
remember Aunt May
being a spy before settling
down in Queens to frown
and fret all the time, but
then I dont really remember
anything about Aunt Mays
past from the comics, so why
not? Oh right, because its a
terrible idea.

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METRO DISH
OUR TAKE ON THE WORLD OF CELEBRITIES

Lindsay ready to say


so long London town,
hello New York City
Just giving you fair warning,
New York: Lindsay Lohan is
feeling homesick and is
headed back our way.
Lohan will reportedly
move back to New York City
once her run in the West
End production of Speedthe-Plow wraps up, according to Radar Online.
She never intended on
staying in London forever.
She does love it there and
has made some great friends
in London, but N.Y.C. will
always be her home.
Shes also apparently
shopping around for a
new place downtown.
On the bright side, I
think this means New York
is about to get edgy again,
right?

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Bill Cosby
not happy
to be a man
of memes

The Word

JLaw once
scorned, now
Twitter shy
NED
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In other totally not getting


the Internet news, Bill Cosby
got more than he bargained
for this week when he asked
fans online to meme him,
offering a meme generator on
his site where fans could put
fun block text over photos of
him from The Cosby Show
la Lolcats. Well, a lot of
people used it, only they used
it to reference allegations
of rape made against the
comedian a decade ago. His
team deleted his initial tweet
and took down the meme
generator as fast as possible,
but not before some choice
screen grabs could go up.

Metro in Hollywood

Great job, haters. Youve


gone and scared off Jennifer
Lawrence.
The Hunger Games star
insists shes got a firm antisocial media stance, and
its all because you couldnt
play nice.
The Internet has
scorned me so much that
I feel like its that girl in
high school that Im like,
Oh, you want to talk about
her? Yeah Ill do that! Take
my hoops off, Im ready to
go, she says in a BBC radio
interview.
But its not just scorn
thats keeping her away.
Lawrence thinks she just
cant handle Twitter. I
dont really understand
what it is. Its like this weird
enigma that people talk
about. Its fine, I respect
that, but no, Ill never get a
Twitter, she says.

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Aw, she says a Twitter


just like my 72-year-old
aunt. Thats adorable.
If you ever see a Facebook, Instagram or Twitter

that says its me, it most


certainly is not. Maybe
someone should tell her
about her official Facebook
page, then.

Bill Cosby

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LIFE

How-to

New

LIFE

Avoid common travel mistakes


Tessa Singh from Sojourn Travel shares these travel
tips.
1. Book airfares as early as possible to get the best
price. No dawdling.
2. Your passport should be valid for at least six
months prior to your return date.
3. Make sure the name on your passport matches
the name on all of your travel documents.
4. Make two copies of your passport: one for your
luggage and one to leave at home with a friend.
5. Check to see if the country youre visiting requires a visa.
6. Always travel with a bit of currency of the country
youre visiting.
7. Research your trip at home, rather than in the
hotel. DOUG WALLACE

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hotel, which opens
next week. Ten thousand pieces of glass make up the exterior, reflecting
sky, mountains and water. Highlights include lush
gardens and a private marina with an electronic
boat. The 14-square-kilometre area is actually a
hotel community that includes the Sunrise, the
Yanqi Hotel (with 111 rooms) and 12 smaller boutique hotels on Yanqi Island. Visit kempinski.com/
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Grape expectations in New Zealand


Wine boom

Wine tours. What


better way to enjoy
stunning scenery
than by sipping some
of the nest wines
in the world?

New Zealand began


producing quality wine
in the 1980s, when its
Marlborough region began
building an international
reputation for its Sauvignon Blancs. Just 30 years
later, the country exports
$1.2 billion worth of wine
to 80 countries. Wine
from approximately 200
New Zealand wineries is
available in Canada, says
Robert Ketchin, marketing
manager, Canada, for New
Zealand Winegrowers.

KATHY
ULLYOTT

life@metronews.ca

Although New Zealand is a tiny


country less than a quarter
the size of Ontario its been
called Gods workshop because it boasts virtually every
environment on earth from
the rolling plains and vistas
of Hawkes Bay to the rugged
ranges of Queenstown; from
the steaming geothermal pools
of Rotorura to the glorious
white beaches of Waiheke Island.
Now consider that you can
explore almost any of these
areas while stopping regularly
to sample some of the best
wines in the world and ... well,
what are we waiting for?
While almost every corner
of New Zealand produces wine
it is, after all, the eighth-largest wine exporter in the world
here are three great places to
start.
Hawkes Bay
Why: New Zealands oldest
winemaking region; start of the
Classic New Zealand Wine Trail
(see sidebar); known for red
wines: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and syrah.
Must-stop wineries
Trinity Hill: Although Trinity
Hills wines have won a barrelful of international awards, the
atmosphere at the winery is
relaxed and welcoming. Enjoy
live music while you picnic on
the sprawling lawns.

tified organic winery on Waiheke, Kennedy Point (it even


keeps its highland cattle to
supply the vines with fertilizer) also produces olive oil,
avocado oil and manuka honey. Wine tastings are complemented with local specialties
such as oysters, New Zealand
cheese, duck rillettes and
smoked salmon.

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Sileni Estates: In addition to


its award-winning wines (many
of which you can buy in Canada), Sileni Estates operates an
on-site cheese larder and sells
a range of gourmet food items
including cheese (of course),
chutneys and Chardonnay and
Merlot truffles.
Abbey Cellars: A small familyrun winery, Abbey Cellars
(Classic Wines With Soul)
specializes in traditional winemaking methods and ecclesiastical names (The Blushing
Monk ros, Bishop Merlot). If
your palate craves something
non-wine, try a Fat Monk pale

ale or pilsner from the Abbeys


own brew pub.
Central Otago
Why: One of New Zealands
most well-known wine-producing regions; spectacular views
of the Southern Alps; known
for Pinot Noir, Riesling, Pinot
Gris.
Must-stop wineries
Mt. Rosa: Everything about
Mt. Rosa (once a sheep station)
aims to cut the pretension and
up the approachability of wine.
Try a sip (or a few) in the tasting
room, an old woodshed where
the thousands of Merinos that

once inhabited Mt. Rosa Station


got naked, according to the
winerys very amusing website
(mtrosa.co.nz).
Peregrine: As you sample
wines with altitude in the
award-winning, outstretchedwing design of Peregrines
winery building, know that
you are supporting Peregrines
conservation efforts regarding
the endangered New Zealand
falcon, South Island Saddleback
and Mohua.
Gibbston Valley: Alan Brady
planted the first grapes in
the worlds southernmost

vineyard in the 1980s. Today,


Gibbston Valley is still pioneering ways to connect with
customers: You can join its
wine club, enjoy gala dinners
and join in events such as a
winter festival.
Waiheke Island
Why: A great day trip from the
major city of Auckland, just
across the bay; known for Cabernet, Syrah, Malbec and Chardonnay; 30 boutique wineries
specialize in high-quality wines
and sustainable practices.
Must-stop wineries:
Kennedy Point: The only cer-

Peacock Sky: Canadian chef


Connie Festa established Peacock Sky Vineyard (named
for the 50 wild peacocks in
residence) with her partner
Rob 10 years ago. Since then,
Peacock Sky has built a reputation not just for fine boutique wines, but for its tasting
room, where a degustation
experience lets guests sample
wines with complementary
foods.
Cable Bay: A modern, airy
winery and restaurant, Cable
Bay boasts a veranda and terrace with spectacular views
of the Hauraki Gulf over to
Auckland. Full-length windows into the working winery allow guests to experience winemaking almost
first-hand.

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LIFE

Quintessential London
Dont leave the city without indulging in these essential English experiences
TEXT: LOREN CHRISTIE PHOTOS: PETER REMUS

Museum

Theatre

Pubs

Markets

The Tube

Tradition

Most major museums


are free admission, apart
from special exhibitions.
The National Portrait
Gallery, located just
behind the National
Gallery, tells the history of Britain through
portraits of famous Brits
by famous Brits. The
Museum of Londons
Sherlock Holmes exhibit
(running until April) is
a wonderful snapshot
of late Victorian and
Edwardian England.

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See all the big-name
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new shows like Shakespeare In Love or The
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You cant get much


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the after-work crowd
or pop by a local on
a Sunday and enjoy a
roast lunch complete
with Yorkshire pudding and sauce.

The buzz of city life and


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across make a visit to
one of the citys many
markets a must. Check
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Spitalfields for food,
Portobello for antiques
and Camden for everything else.

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hour for a fraction of
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Give a nod to tradition


and go for high tea.
Make reservations at
Fortnum and Mason on
Piccadilly, one of Londons oldest department
stores. The experience
will take you back to a
bygone era.

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There are plenty of ways to
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shortage of places to try it
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At the Salt Shaker Deli in
Lunenburg, its done with
scallops, mussels, shrimp
and smoked haddock.
Le Caveau, a restaurant
at the Domaine de Grand
Pr winery in Grand Pr,
serves its lobster and scallop chowder in a Spanish
almond broth with spring
onions and smoked paprika
on top.
Sixty chowders across
the province are featured
in the 2014 edition of Nova
Scotias Chowder Trail,
almost double last years
number, said Christine
White, a spokesperson for
Taste of Nova Scotia, the organization behind the idea,
now in its third year.
What makes the Chowder Trail unique is that
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ent, she said, adding its a


great way to taste your way
around the province.
And when it comes to
seafood chowder, there
are strong personal preferences.
If you ask people what
their favourite chowder is,
youll get all different answers, White said.
For some people, it has
to be creamy and thick.
Other people dont like potatoes in it. For others its
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have potatoes, lobster and
mussels in it.
At a chowder cook-off
this year, featuring some
of the restaurants on the
trail, chef Thomas Carey of
Pictou Lodge Beach Resort
was named champion for
a concoction that included
double-smoked bacon, Nova
Scotia mussels, fresh Atlantic scallops, haddock and
fresh chopped tarragon.
Mark Gabrieau of Gabrieaus Bistro in Antigonish
came in second, and Craig
Flinn of Chives Canadian
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A cookbook highlighting
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Raptors surprise Magic


after hiding for 3 quarters
Having just given up a threepointer and trailing by 11
points late in the first half
Tuesday, Toronto Raptors coach
Dwane Casey called a timeout.
Kyle Lowry spiked the ball hard
to the ground in frustration.
Lowry drew on that anger
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win over the Orlando Magic,
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Theyre a perfect 5-0 at the Air
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On a night that saw Toronto
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Lowry grabbed two huge rebounds in the final 90 seconds,
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Raptors a three-point lead in
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Terrence Ross added 17
points, while DeMar DeRozan
finished with 16, Lou Williams
added 14 and Amir Johnson
and Patrick Patterson chipped
in with 12 points apiece.
Evan Fournier led the Magic
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Canadians down
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The Penguins Blake Comeau falls over the Rangers John Moore on Tuesday
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NHL. Rangers snap Pens


7-game winning streak
Mats Zuccarello scored the
first of New Yorks three firstperiod goals, Henrik Lundqvist made 33 saves for his third
shutout of the season, and
the Rangers snapped Pittsburghs seven-game winning
streak with a 5-0 victory on
Tuesday night.
Martin St. Louis and Kevin
Klein added goals in the first,
Derick Brassard had a powerplay tally in the second, and
Rick Nash who had two assists scored a short-handed
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The Penguins (10-3-1), who
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Friday at Toronto, hadnt allowed a power-play goal in
10 games, and their streak
reached 39 kills before Brassards goal.
Marc-Andre Fleury stopped
30 shots for Pittsburgh, 5-1-1
on the road.
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Fear of Ebola

Morocco out as
African Cup host

Spanish club Real Sociedad


hired former Manchester
United manager David
Moyes on Monday.
Sociedad posted a statement on its website saying
it had reached a deal with
manager David Moyes to
be the coach of the first
team until June 30, 2016.

Morocco was thrown out


of the 2015 African Cup of
Nations and dumped as the
host Tuesday after refusing
to commit to the scheduled
dates early next year because of fears over Ebola.
The Confederation of
African Football didnt
announce the replacement
host, but said it had received some applications.

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ATP Finals. Raonic,


Nestor both 0-2 in their
respective draws, with
little chance at getting
past group stages
Canadian Milos Raonic lost his
second straight match at the
ATP Finals on Tuesday and is
now a longshot to make it to
the weekend semifinals at the
season-ending event.
Raonic dropped a 6-3, 7-5
decision to Britains Andy Murray to fall to 0-2 in round-robin
play. The Canadian will face
Japans Kei Nishikori on Thursday in a must-win match.
Raonic could not seem to
get his usually strong service
game on track in the 91-minute
match. The hard-serving righthander was limited to just four
aces and his first-serve percentage barely cleared 50 per cent.
I didnt do my job today,
said Raonic. To be frank,
my first-serve percentage at
this moment, at least today,
shouldnt have been above 40
per cent. I started hitting serves
115 miles an hour to get it past
50 per cent.
I havent served well, Ive
been too passive on the court.
Ive been trying to beat the two
guys playing their tennis and
thats not going to work for
me.
The Canadian was forced
to save two break points in the
fourth game, then lost serve
on a forehand error as Murray
took a 4-2 lead. Raonic later
saved two set points before

Andy Murray, left, shakes hands with Milos Raonic after winning their singles match on Day 3 of the ATP
Finals in London, England, on Tuesday. Scan the image with your Metro News app for more action from
the year-end tournament. ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
Quoted

It would be good to win this last match, you


always want to nish a season on a better note.
Daniel Nestor who is playing in the doubles draw with partner Nenad Zimonjic

eventually dropping the opener in 37 minutes.


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break in the second set to move
ahead 6-5 and completed the
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Nishikori in order to keep his
faint semifinal hopes alive.
I have some slim possibilities, Raonic said. I have to
win in straight sets, but Im not

going to start counting games


now.
Earlier, Canadian doubles
veteran Daniel Nestor and Serbian partner Nenad Zimonjic
also suffered their second loss
and hold a slim chance of advancing out of the group stage.
The pair, who are playing
their final tournament together
after two partnerships over the
years, dropped a 6-4, 5-7, 10-4
decision to Frenchmen Julien
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SPORTS

Vanessa-Mae was
on the fiddle: FIS
Banned. Ski authority
nds violinist cheated
to make the Olympics
Pop violinist Vanessa-Mae was
banned from competitive skiing for four years on Tuesday
for taking part in races that
were fixed to allow her to qualify for the Winter Olympics in
Sochi.
The findings by the International Ski Federation exposed as a sham what many
fans thought was a feel-good
celebrity Olympic story.
FIS also banned five race officials from Slovenia and Italy
for between one and two years
for their role in the scandal.
At first we were laughing
when we heard it. But then
we realized its quite a serious
thing, said FIS President Gian
Franco Kasper.
FIS said its hearing panel
found to its comfortable satisfaction that the status of four

Vanessa-Mae in the Sochi Olympics


in February. GETTY IMAGES FILE

womens giant slalom races


were manipulated in January in
Slovenia, just before the games.
FIS detailed several rulebreaking incidents that rigged
results to help the then 35-yearold Vanessa-Mae falsely improve her racer status near the
OIympic entry deadline.

Without the cheating orchestrated by her managers,


Vanessa-Mae would not have
achieved the necessary FIS
point performance level to be
eligible to participate, the governing body said.
In February at the Sochi
Games, the celebrity musician
who was raised in Britain raced
for Thailand as Vanessa Vanakorn, using the last name of her
Thai father. She finished last of
67 racers in the two-run giant
slalom, almost a minute behind gold medallist Tina Maze
of Slovenia.
Vanessa-Mae can appeal the
rulings to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
But it doesnt make much
difference for her, Kasper said.
She was racing (the Olympics)
probably only once and thats
all. But in any case we prevented her from being at the
next Olympics.
The next Winter Games are
in 2018 in Pyeongchang, South
Korea.

35

Manager of the Year

Williams tops NL,


Showalter in AL

Grand slam in Japan


Tampa Bay Rays Evan Longoria hits a grand slam in the top of the
fth inning during the 8-7 win of the MLB All-Stars over a split Japan
team, Hanshin Tigers and Yomiuri Giants, at the Hanshin Koshien
Stadium on Tuesday in Nishinomiya, Japan. ATSUSHI TOMURA/GETTY IMAGES

Baltimores Buck Showalter


was voted AL Manager of
the Year for the third time
on Tuesday, and Washingtons Matt Williams won
the NL honour following his
first season as a big league
skipper.
Showalter received 25 of
30 first-place votes and 132
points in balloting by the
Baseball Writers Association of America. He kept up
his pattern of winning the
award once a decade following victories with the New
York Yankees in 1994 and
Texas in 2004.
I wont be doing it 10
years from now, Showalter
said on the MLB Network
telecast.
Williams, who played
under Showalter in Arizona
from 1998-00, guided the
Nationals to an NL-best 96
wins. He joined Houstons
Hal Lanier (1986), San Franciscos Dusty Baker (1993)
and Floridas Joe Girardi
(2006) as the only men to
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alert, and crash-response
system, which alert the
driver to take action.

Volkswagen has upgraded the


Jettas comfortable interior.

Performance trumps appearance


PHOTOS: MIKE GOETZ

Compare

Review. Jettas looks


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smooth ride will have
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drive@metronews.ca

Some nameplates present a


consistent personality to the
world through every generational overhaul. Volkswagens
Jetta is not one of them.
Originally a tidy, premium
compact, with a European
and sporty flavour, it became a
more mainstream North American product back in 2011,
with an overhaul that made it
larger and less premium.
This was done to bring it
more into line with its rivals.
But those rivals have been going the other way offering
more premium styling, performance, comfort and features. So VW has updated Jetta
with a more sophisticated rear
suspension and better brakes.
As a result, its on-road dynamics are now a positive feature.
It also got a great new
engine option last year: the
1.8-litre TSI four-cylinder with
direct injection and turbo-

charging. This engine is silky


smooth and powerful, and offers very decent fuel economy.
The 2015 Jetta is also the
first model to offer VWs new
2.0-litre TDI diesel engine.
Other changes include new
front and rear styling updates
including optional headlamp clusters with banks of
LEDs that have the ability to
shed light around the corner
youre entering.
The exterior changes wont
transform Jetta into an object
of vehicle lust few young
auto fans hang posters of Jettas
on their bedroom walls. But

the chunky and upright body


design is very good at other
things like outward visibility and the ability to carry five
people in top comfort. Jettas
trunk also continues to be the
largest in this class.
VW has also been gradually upgrading the low-rent
interior, which was part of
that 2011 redesign. For 2015,
a back-up camera is now standard, and buyers can choose
to upgrade the cabin with
soft-touch materials, ambient
lighting, piano-black accents,
and a two-tone treatment (ceramique and titan black).

Its an entirely comfortable


place, with intuitive switchgear, but it remains a step
behind competitors in connectivity and infotainment. For
instance, there is no USB port.
The automatic transmission paired with the 1.8 TSI
engine is a conventional sixspeed, while the TDI is paired
with a DSG automatic.
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the TSI pairing greatly contributed to a premium feel, as did
the seats.
Overall, I give the 2015 VW
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has a coat of paint, but
theres a lot more to it than
that. That shiny surface is actually several separate coats,
all of which add special properties to the final finish.
When you look at a car,
what youre typically touching and feeling on the majority of them is clear coat, says
Bill Suzuki, technical service

representative for 3Ms automotive aftermarket division.


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to enhance the gloss of the
colour and maintain better
UV stability to guard against
dulling.
Steel for the cars body
comes into the factory already galvanized, but the
automaker will add an electrostatic coating, which is

the primary defence against


the steel corroding, Suzuki
says.
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It provides some protection
itself, but its main purpose
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The scooter is powered by
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However, the star feature
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The Quadro4 scooter has a hydraulic tilting system that maintains the
optimal weight distribution, making it easy to drive. AFP

The scooter also has two


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versions of 911 Carrera and Cayenne
At this months L.A. auto
show, in addition to the Cayenne GTS, Porsche will officially present the latest version of the 911 Carrera GTS,
which is slated to go on sale
before the end of the year.
This
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all-wheel drive) and comes
closer than the first to the
track-going 911 GT3.
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The suspension has been
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and other performance-focused features.
Bi-xenon headlights and
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The F-Type R Coup with all-wheel drive has broken cover in South Africas Hakskeen Pan desert. AFP

L.A. auto show. Jaguar unveils AWD


version of F-Type in desert speed test

The 911 Carrera GTS will be oered in four versions: coupe or convertible,
and with and without all-wheel drive. AFP

also available.
The Carrera GTS Coupe
will start at $115,195 US, and
the Carrera GTS Cabriolet at
$127,095. The all-wheel-drive
models start at $121,895 and

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The new sports cars are
due to arrive at dealerships
in late November, just after
premiering at the show.
AFP

After months of speculation,


Jaguar has confirmed that a
new version of its flagship
coup will be making its debut
at the L.A. auto show.
The F-Type R Coup with
all-wheel drive has broken
cover in South Africa, where
it is being used as a communications car assisting with the
Bloodhound SCCs attempt to
set a new land-speed record of
1,000 m.p.h. (1,600 km/h).
On the relatively soft surface of the Hakskeen Pan desert in the Northern Cape of
South Africa, four-wheel drive

was to maintain the engaging


rear-drive character thats so
important to Jaguar sports
cars, yet offer even greater
dynamic capability, said Ian
Hoban, vehicle line director
for Jaguar.
As well as offering an allwheel-drive version of the
5-litre supercharged V8 R
Coup, Jaguar is expected to
extend the F-Type range with
more engine choices, potentially including a four-cylinder
version that could make the
car more accessible to more
owners. AFP
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