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The start of the Becel Heart & Stroke Ride for Heart fundraiser at Dufferin on the Gardiner Expressway. COLIN MCCONNELL/TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE

Charity ride raises record $3.9 million More than 13,000 cyclists and inline skaters took over two major Toronto arteries yesterday as they raised a record $3.9 million for heart and stroke research. That’s $600,000 more than was collected in last year’s Becel Heart & Stroke Ride for Heart fundraiser. More coverage, page 4.

The world’s largest cancer research initiative, which is being led out of Toronto, has made its first major discovery. Researchers have found four genetic mutations behind the most common type of leukemia affecting Canadian adults, findings that could eventually help in diagnosing and treating the disease. The discovery was made by researchers in Spain, but may not have happened and certainly would not have happened as quickly without the help of the International Cancer Genome Consortium, headquartered in the MaRS building on College Street, said Dr. Tom Hudson, co-founder of the organization and president of the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research.

“Finding the drivers (that cause cancer cells to multiply) is like finding a needle in a haystack.” DR. TOM HUDSON, PRESIDENT OF THE ONTARIO INSTITUTE FOR CANCER RESEARCH

“We definitely sped it up,” he said. The consortium is composed of researchers from 13 countries who are sharing information and working collaboratively to map 25,000 cancer genomes. Three years into a 10-year mandate, the consortium has so far gathered data on 3,000 of 25,000 cancer genomes, with research on the four leukemia genetic mutations being the most advanced. TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE


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Even before you enter Fort York, people are asked to limbo under a rope at the Ultimate Block Party. RICK MADONIK/TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE

Fort York hosts first ever Ultimate Block Party

The first ever Ultimate Block Party took place at historic Fort York yesterday, presented by Fort York National Historic Site and the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario. Numerous stations, manned by teams of volunteers, had kids participating in everything from story time to Lego construction to tutu dancing to Hula Hooping. Admission was free.

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Some Mississauga residents are furious to hear a building permit has been issued to construct a gasfired power plant in an environmentally sensitive area. The 280-megawatt plant is to be built at the Toronto-Mississauga line on a site that backs onto Etobicoke Creek, just west of the Sherway Gardens mall. “I was shocked when I heard the permit was is-

sued,” said Dr. Boyd Upper, a resident who has fought the project for years. Residents had thought the plan was dead because nothing had happened since 2007, when Eastern Power Ltd. won the right to build it in an Ontario Municipal Board ruling that went against the city. Stephen Thompson, a member of CHiP (Concerned Homeowners for Intelligent Power) says he

is upset with the province and Mississauga leaders. “Coun. (Jim) Tovey promised us he would keep an eye on anything moving forward at city hall. “He didn’t say a word about this to us. We found out after the permit was issued (last) week. “And why hasn’t (Mayor) Hazel (McCallion) made one public statement against the project? She made plenty of statements

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Cyclists raise record $3.9M

Community unites to find lost dog

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Almost five months after Joan Milburn’s dog disappeared in Whitby, searchers still hope to find and bring Chelsea home. The two-year-old Bernese mountain dog went missing in January. Since then, Milburn has been out every day searching food stations and the woods near her home. The disappearance has sparked an ongoing community effort that has touched Milburn to the core. “I’m amazed at the number of people, strangers, who are looking for a dog they never knew,” she said. TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE

‘It’s quite an emotional and inspiring event to participate in,’ Dr. Marco Di Buono says of the ride COLIN MCCONNELL/TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE

More than 13,000 cyclists and inline skaters took over two major Toronto arteries yesterday as they raised a record $3.9 million for heart and stroke research. That’s $600,000 more than was collected in last year’s Becel Heart & Stroke Ride for Heart fundraiser. The participants, including some kids on training wheels, pedalled along the Gardiner Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway, which were closed to traffic for the 24th annual event. For those who strapped on their helmets, the weather co-operated for the first time in a few

The ride shut down the Gardiner and DVP.

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“A lot of fun, with all the people on the course wearing T-shirts and screaming in support of the people they’re riding for or outlining the people they were riding in honour of,” he said. Heart and stroke are the leading causes of death among Canadians, Di Buono said. There’s nothing a person can do about risk factors such as age and gender, he noted. But they can change “unhealthy eating, low levels of activity, high blood pressure, smoking” and other factors that increase the risk of heart disease and high stress levels, he said. THE CANADIAN PRESS

The vintage PCC streetcar returns to the 509 route along Harbourfront this summer. The classic trolley runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. every Sunday until Labour Day.

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It stands for Presidents’ Conference Committee, and the PCC streetcar era began in 1938 when the first one rolled into service along St. Clair Avenue West. This summer, Torontonians can ride into history again as the PCC returns to Harbourfront on Sundays.

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Three men in hospital after stabbing incidents Two men in their 30s were sent to hospital after being stabbed outside a nightclub at 33 Beverly Hills Dr. near Jane Street and Wilson Avenue, police said. A 30-year-old man was initially thought to be in life-threatening condition after being stabbed in the back. His injuries have since been downgraded to non-life-threatening. The other man, in his mid-30s, was slashed in the face and is in non-lifethreatening condition. Meanwhile, a 17-yearold was stabbed multiple times overnight at Eglinton Avenue East and Markham Road, police said. The man was rushed to hospital with two stab wounds to the stomach and one to the face. Police said he is in critical but non-life-threatening condition. TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE

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Located nearly 1,000 kilometres south of the capital, Santiago Authorities evacuate about 3,500 people A volcano in the Caulle Cordon of southern Chile erupted violently, billowing smoke and ash high into the sky, prompting evacuations and forcing cancellation of flights. Ash and gas continued to billow from the Earth yesterday. There were no reports of injuries from Saturday’s eruption.

A column of gas 10 kilometres high and five kilometres wide rose from Puyehue-Cordon Caulle complex, according to Chile’s National Geology and Mining Service. Rodrigo Ubilla, Chile’s undersecretary of labour, said some people near the volcano had decided not to leave their homes because they didn’t want to aban-

don their animals. Wind carried ash across the Andes to Argentina, dusting the tourist town of San Carlos de Bariloche, which had to close its airport. Officials there urged people to cover their mouths and noses against the ash, to stock up on food and water and stay indoors if possible. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Volcanic lightning is seen over the Puyehue volcano yesterday, about 1,000 kilometres south of Santiago, Chile.

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Israel blames Syria for clash Syria deflecting attention from domestic unrest, general says 20 dead as Israel battles pro-Palestinian protesters Israeli troops yesterday battled hundreds of pro-Palestinian protesters who tried to burst across Syria’s frontier with the Golan Heights, killing a reported 20 people and wounding scores more in the second outbreak of deadly violence in the border area in less than a month. The clashes, marking the anniversary of the Arab defeat in the 1967 Mideast war, drew Israeli accusations that Syria was orchestrating the violence to shift attention away from a bloody crackdown on opposition protests at home. The marchers, who had organized on Facebook, passed by Syrian and UN

outposts on their way to the front lines. “The Syrian government is trying to create a provocation,” said Israel’s chief military spokesman, Brig.Gen. Yoav Mordechai. “This border has been quiet for decades, but only now with all the unrest in Syrian towns is there an attempt to draw attention to the border.’’ Human rights groups say President Bashar Assad’s forces killed at least 25 people in northern Syria over the weekend, and another 65 activists were killed Friday in the central city of Hama, as anti-government protests spread through the country de-

manding his resignation. There was no Syrian comment on why the protesters were allowed to storm the border, apparently undisturbed by authorities. But Syria’s state-run media portrayed the event as a spontaneous uprising of Palestinian youths from a nearby refugee camp. Until last month, Syria has steadfastly kept its border with Israel quiet for nearly 40 years, fuelling the Israeli accusations that Syria was trying to draw attention away from the months of protests that have left more than 1,200 Syrians dead. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Border protest After nightfall yesterday, Syria’s state TV said there would be an open-ended sit-in at the border, and thousands more protesters were on their way. The protests began around 11 a.m. with what appeared to be several dozen youths brought in on buses. By evening, the crowd had swelled to more than 1,000 people in an uneasy standoff with Israeli troops. A small group of youths cut through a coil of barbed wire and took up positions in a trench inside a buffer zone about 20 metres from a final border fence. Israeli troops periodically opened fire at young activists jumping into the ditch. As the standoff stretched into the evening, Israeli forces fired heavy barrages of tear gas to break up the crowds. Hundreds of people fled the area in panic, while some 20 people laying on the ground received treatment. It was not immediately clear whether the crowd would return to the front lines.


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Demonstrators flee Israeli-fired tear gas yesterday as they gather along Syria’s border with Israel while trying to cut through a line of barbed wire and head into the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights, as seen from the Druze village of Majdal Shams, in Israel. Israeli troops opened fire on protesters from Syria who tried to cross a ceasefire line in the occupied Golan Heights. The conflict comes on the 44th anniversary of the 1967 Six Day War.

Palestinian refugees since 1948 The recent protests are designed to draw attention to the plight of Palestinian refugees who fled or were expelled from their homes during Israel’s war of independence in 1948. The original refugees, and their descendants, now number several million, and they demand “the right to return” to the families’ former properties. Israel says a return of these people would spell the end of the country as a Jewish state, and says they should be resettled in a future Palestinian state alongside Israel. Around half a million Palestinian refugees live across 13 camps in Syria, a country with a population of 23 million. Palestinians are allowed to work and study in government and private schools, but they do not have citizenship and cannot vote.

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Super-soured sweet 16 Facebook birthday invite goes viral, with 15,000 confirmed attending More than 1,500 show up even though girl’s parents cancelled party

Facebook group members gather in front of the house of 16-year-old Thessa last Friday in Hamburg, Germany.

Better check your Facebook settings before posting a party invitation online. A teenage girl in Germany who forgot to mark her birthday invitation as private on Facebook fled

her own party when more than 1,500 guests showed up and around 100 police officers, some on horses, were needed to keep the crowd under control. Eleven people were tem-

porarily detained, one police officer was injured, dozens of girls wearing flipflops cut their feet on broken glass and firefighters had to extinguish two small fires at the 16th birthday

party in Hamburg, police spokesman Mirko Streiber said yesterday. The birthday girl, identified only as Thessa, went into hiding, Streiber said. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Organic sprouts blamed in outbreak The terrifying E. coli outbreak in Europe appears to have been caused by vegetable sprouts grown in Germany, an agriculture official said yesterday as the toll climbed to at least 22 dead and more than 2,200 sickened. Preliminary tests found that bean sprouts and other sprout varieties from an organic farm in the Uelzen area, between the northern cities of Hamburg and Hannover, could be connected to infected people in five German states, Lower Saxony Agri-

Fired page gets support from Moore A high-profile American activist has become a cheerleader of the Senate page who lost her job for her stunning protest against Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Michael Moore has

Sprouts have 12 been implicated in previous E. coli outbreaks, including one in Japan, where radish sprouts killed 12 people and reportedly sickened more than 12,000 others in 1996. culture Minister Gert Lindemann said. “There were more and more indications in the last few hours that put the focus on this farm,” Lindemann said at a news conference. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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“After we pay royalties to Ottawa and taxes to city hall, every profit dollar is reinvested in the business.” MARK MCQUEEN, TORONTO PORT AUTHORITY BOARD’S CHAIRMAN

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authority’s crown last year as it produced total revenues of $23.3 million, more than double the previous year. The airport’s revenue growth is expected to continue this year as passenger numbers are likely to increase with Porter Airlines adding more flight destinations combined with Air Canada’s recent return to the facility. With an environment assessment completed and government approval yet to be granted, a proposed pedestrian tunnel is expected to contribute to growth of the airport. TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE

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A girl walks by a Super Mario figure at the Nintendo showroom in Tokyo in this file photo. Nintendo was targeted in a recent online data attack, but no information was lost, the maker of the Wii game console said yesterday. SHUJI KAJIYAMA/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Flaherty set to revisit budget In a way, it will go down as the ultimate budget leak. When Finance Minister Jim Flaherty stands up in the House of Commons today to deliver the government’s fiscal plan for the upcoming year, Canadians could be forgiven for thinking they have heard it before. They have. As Flaherty has repeatedly said since his party won its first majority May 2, he intends to bring back essentially the same document he unveiled two months ago, which all three opposition parties rejected. Taking what remains of the drama out of the

process, Flaherty has also unveiled the two major changes he does intend to bring in — setting aside about $2.2 billion for Quebec’s adoption of the harmonized sales tax, and beginning the process of phasing out political party financing. “Basically, this is the March 22 budget with a couple of additions from the platform,” the minister said recently. Officials have also let it be known there will be few surprises, if any, reducing the usual all-day lock-up for reporters to a slim two hours. THE CANADIAN PRESS

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A group of prominent British academics said yesterday they are starting a private university in London to rival the country’s elite institutions in Oxford and Cambridge. The New College of the Humanities will be led by AC Grayling, a renowned philosophy professor, and the faculty will include Richard Dawkins, an evolutionary biologist and successful author, economics professor and

writer Niall Ferguson, and other prominent educators. It will be a relatively small university boasting at least one teacher for every 10 students and offering one-to-one tutorials and extensive contact between teachers and students, officials said. In a message posted yesterday on the new university’s website, Grayling said graduates would be ready to make “an imme-

Author and scientist Richard Dawkins, writer of The Selfish Gene, will be part of the faculty at an elite private college opening its doors in the U.K. next year.

diate contribution in business, government, media or the arts.” He also said college staff would help arrange internships. Greyling said that “a significant number” of scholarships would be awarded. The new college has started accepting admissions applications, with classes expected to begin in October 2012. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Breaking down barriers of Shakespeare’s work NEWS WORTH SHARING Snakes and Lattes owners Ben Castanie and Aurelia Peynet stand in front of the café’s games wall.

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It’s 11:30 on a Saturday night and Snakes and Lattes is packed. This is prime partying time, but these youthful LIA GRAINGER late-night revellers have METRO TORONTO come to this Bloor Street West café not for the music or dancing, but for the board games. “To watch someone rediscover a favourite game is really something else,” says Aurelia Peynet. She and partner and co-owner Ben Castanie are seated in front of the towering wall of board games — nearly 2,000 — that make up the café’s impressive collection. Peynet and Castanie moved to Canada from France five years ago and each left their respective careers — he was a consultant, she a teacher — to open Snakes and Lattes last August. They were inspired by similar cafés in Europe, where board game culture is considerably more mainstream. They also drew inspiration from toy lending libraries, a European concept that is exactly what it sounds like — a library that lends toys. “We loved the idea of making these games available to everyone,” Castanie says. Once they had settled on the concept, the couple set to work building their collection, scouring garage sales, thrift stores and flea markets. Today, the collection includes strategy games (Settlers of Catan), word games (Boggle), family games (Madagascar), adult games (Dirty Minds), party games (Headbanz) and many more that defy the shop’s elaborate sorting system. And for only $5, you can sit from opening until closing (sometimes as late as 4 a.m.) and play to your heart’s content. With so much on offer, many patrons choose to try something new. But figuring out a new game can be agonizing if you’re reading the rules off the box. At Snakes and Lattes, that’s never a problem. There’s always a “game guru” on hand: A staff expert that can explain when to roll the dice, take a card or skip a turn for pretty much every game. But do people really want to spend their time and money playing games? “Oh, absolutely,” Castanie says. “We’ve turned a profit since Day 1.” It’s true: Whether it’s families on a Friday afternoon or the college crew that rolls in at night, Snakes and Lattes is consistently packed with gamers, all scheming and strategizing over a pastime as old-fashioned and wholesome as it is straight-up fun.

Media will always have to report on the tough stuff. But we know Canada is full of compassionate individuals, inspiring projects and stories worth celebrating. Here is just one. A collective of young,

professionally trained actors from across Canada is teaming up to perform monologues and vignettes from plays like A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Taming of the Shrew in hospitals and senior residences across the GTA. Victoria Urquhart, artistic/executive director of the Spur-of-theMoment-Shakespeare Collective, says, “There are a

lot of wonderful people who aren’t able to leave the hospital. And after being there for a while they get the feeling of being shut in. (With Shakespeare in Hospitals) we are bringing them outside.” The collective of artists is dedicated to breaking down barriers to Shakespearean text and making the Bard’s work

more accessible. Check the collective out at twitter.com/shakespur. CRAIG AND MARC KIELBURGER/FOR METRO

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Now they are taking the shirt off his back Thousands of buyers vied for items that once belonged to convicted swindler Bernard Madoff, with 14 pairs of his underwear going for $200 US and a photograph of a naked rear end selling for $4,600. The Miami Herald reported the U.S. Marshals Service held the auction

Saturday in Miami Beach. Some bidders, like Mike Burd of Long Island, N.Y., planned to resell the goods for profit on eBay. Others, like North Miami online retailer Rich Kroll, simply wanted a piece of history. The mostly household goods brought in more than $400,000, which will go toward compensating victims of Madoff’s $65billion Ponzi scheme. Madoff pleaded guilty and is serving a 150year prison sentence. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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There’s just something about Tyler Posey that makes people think of werewolves. Not only is he leading MTV’s new, darker series version of Teen Wolf, but 19-year-old California native was also considered for the role of shape-changing Jacob Black in the Twilight films — a role that eventually went to Taylor Lautner. “I guess, according to MTV, I have a lupine look, which I had no idea what that meant. Does anyone know what that means?” Posey asks, before being given the definition. “Wolflike? I had no idea what that meant. But yeah, I have a ‘lupine’ look.” Which is not to say Posey is a particularly hirsute young man. “I shaved 18 days ago,” he jokes. “I grow no hair. I just look like a wolf. Dark and handsome.” In fact, if he could take on any of his werewolf alter-ego’s abilities, it wouldn’t be the increased speed, strength or senses, he admits. “I’d like to grow hair. On my face,” he says. “My

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Tyler Posey stars in a new MTV show Teen Wolf. The show airs Sunday nights on MuchMusic.

werewolf grows big, crazy muttonchops. But he grows it and then it just goes away. That’s the power I want. I can just grow whatever I want and bring it in whenever I want. Why not?” Posey is quick to point out this Teen Wolf doesn’t have a lot in common with the original film — which came out before Posey and most of its target audience were born — including how his character looks

during a full moon. “The big movie I really looked at for inspiration was Wolf with Jack Nicholson, because it’s totally our genre,” he says. “It’s funny, there’s romance in it, and his wolf looks a lot more like ours. It’s more smooth and … was it sexy? I don’t want to call Jack Nicholson sexy. But he is.” While other actors might be canceling their Internet service to avoid reading scathing message

board rants — which Teen Wolf was generating long before its premiere — Posey refuses to hide. “I like hearing reviews, I like hearing what people have to say,” he says. “I want to keep track of the show, see what people think. Nothing deters me. If people say bad reviews, it’s just like, I like the show. That’s what matters, right?” Besides, Posey knows he has supporters, since he in-

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With a polished third disc ready for release and some prestigious recent gigs behind him, Dallas Green appears poised for an international breakthrough. But the artist known as City and Colour doesn’t want his fans to worry. The troubled troubadour isn’t in danger of cheering up anytime soon. “I’m still the same old guy I’ve always been,” Green said during a recent interview in Toronto. “I still write songs about how I

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Illness forces Adele to cancel tour dates British singer Adele has cancelled the remaining dates on her North American tour because of her laryngitis. In a statement Friday, Adele said she was “really frustrated” but “there is absolutely nothing I can do but take the doctor’s advice and rest some more.” The announcement came days after the singer postponed five dates on the tour. She is now cancelling the nine remaining shows. The 23-year-old’s sophomore album, 21, is the bestselling album of the year. It has sold close to two million units in America. Her single, Rolling In the Deep, is currently No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 charts. The statement also said that rescheduling the tour dates was “being investigated.” THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MATT SAYLES/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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have no faith in myself — it’s never going to change. “And maybe that’s better, because no matter how many times I play at (Toronto’s) Massey Hall or Royal Albert Hall (in London), or how many records (I sell) whatever, I still think I can

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do better and still want to be better, more so for myself than anyone else. “Having those big experiences just makes me like recess back further into the hole that I’m in that makes me want to get better.” Yet that last comment does not mean that Green, with an ever-growing contingent of fans waiting on his music, is shying away from personal material. In fact, on Green’s third solo disc, Little Hell — out Tuesday — the 30-year-old includes enough critically intimate details of his life to

Platinum plus? Each of Green’s previous two independently released solo projects (2005’s Sometimes and 2008’s Bring Me Your Love) were certified platinum in Canada. Some have already made the not-so-bold prediction that Green could build on those returns with his third effort, which is set for release on Tuesday.

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newspaper, for instance, mused in its recent fourstar review of his live performance that Little Hell was “likely to provide his true coming-of-age.” But Green says he doesn’t take such praise to heart. “You get to the point where you start believing the hype and you lose that buffer zone where you can tell if something that you wrote is (bad) or not,” he said. “Because if everyone likes it, then you think, Oh geez, I can do no wrong.”

Arcade film not intended as political statement: Band PATRICK SEMANSKY/THE CANADIAN PRESS

Arcade Fire has long held a reputation for seriousness, whether it’s the Montreal band’s carefully contemplated music, their politics or their unwaveringly independent ethos. So it’s perhaps not surprising that the stark images in the band’s new Spike Jonze-directed short film Scenes from the Suburbs — in which shadowy military characters at one point execute a civilian on a pristine suburban street — are being interpreted as a statement on the military, or U.S. border security, or the suburbs themselves.

But really, the band’s Will Butler says they were just having fun making a short film influenced by the sci-fi adventure movies they grew up watching. “No, I think it starts with the genre, like: ‘Let’s make a dystopian movie,’” Butler corrected. “It wasn’t like: ‘The world is going to hell, and this is the hell we’ll be in in 25 years.’ It was more like, let’s make a sci-fi movie. Oh, what’s a plausible path that this could take?” “But really, we want some guys with guns in the future.”

Members of Arcade Fire perform at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in May.

Indeed, Scenes from the Suburbs — which is screening at the CFC Worldwide Short Films Festival this week in Toronto and will then be included as part of a deluxe version of the Montreal band’s third album The Suburbs on August 2 — is a sci-fi puzzler that seems to blend the paranoia of Terry Gilliam films with the nostalgia of classic Steven Spielberg flicks. The nearly 30-minute film fills in some of the gaps in the shorter version of the music video for The Suburbs. THE CANADIAN PRESS


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Me to We books Me to We has launched two new children’s books. In Lessons From a Street Kid, Free the Children founder Craig Kielburger shares a story about selflessness he experienced in Brazil. In My Masssaid Life: A Child’s Adventure in Africa, author Robin recounts her journey from North America to the African savannah. Both books are available at Indigo and Chapters bookstores. METRO

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Mark Zuckerberg recently said, if he could, he’d open up the site to children under 13 Zack Whittaker, a criminologist and blogger for iGeneration, weighs in on the controversy You wrote that you’re against children on Facebook. Why is that site different from MySpace or MSN messenger, where kids can befriend random screen names?

Well, as Facebook draws in over 500 million users worldwide, it is natural for the site to attract the most attention. While others sites should not bask in the heat Facebook feels with pressure from privacy advocacy groups, there is no difference between a seemingly random screen name on MSN/Windows Live and using a fake

name on Facebook. Identity goes further than simply the name we use or details we hand over. As a criminologist, what do you feel is the most effective way to stop predators? Or to catch them?

This insidious relationship we have with online predatory behaviour is ubiquitous across sites involving children. Online sex offenders should be restricted from using social networks, but this simply prevents online reoffending. The balance should be

maintained between children’s access to offenders as well as offenders’ access to children. A bipartite arrangement should be enforced, with children of a certain age — say 13 and upwards, as Facebook has as its current policy — are allowed on social networking sites, but with a restricted panel of privacy settings to prevent automatic disclosure of a child’s information. But how do we institute laws without violating privacy?

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difficult balance to strike. Unfortunately, it is only for criminologists and sociologists to debate, and for respective parliaments, assemblies, congresses and legislators alike to implement. Privacy should be the foremost point for the minds of those constructing laws. If freedom of expression and speech can align with privacy — something the United States holds better than its British cousins — then we are at least one step in the right direction.

Should there be stricter guidelines for opening up a social media account?

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UNCORKING ORGANIC WINE What’s the difference between organic wine and conventional wine? Peter of Vancouver

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Wineries that produce certified organic wine cannot use toxic pesticides, herbicides or synthetic fertilizers to grow grapes. An organic vineyard will fertilize crops with compost, compost teas, green manure and cover crops. Instead of herbicides, they rely on mechanical weeding, mowing around the vines, mulching and companion planting. To avoid the use of insecticides to control cutworms, organic practices include grazing chickens under the vines

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moved into management and eight years later found himself being courted by Sammy Chiu of Samtack Inc. to take his company public. After Royson’s arrival in the corner office, Samtack’s revenue soared from 20 million a year to over 400 million worldwide. Today 97 per cent of all Samtack employees are new immigrants. “I tell them, ‘You think you were very good where you came from? Well, forget it, burn the bridge and move on.’ Giving money is one thing but I believe that you should also give a part of yourself. I get a lot of satisfaction from that.” Giving back to the community and to his adopted country. That’s what makes Royson Ng a Canadian success story.

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Mavs battle from 14-point deficit, but Wade, Bosh too clutch in Game 3 The Miami Heat didn’t blow this one. Now they’re two wins from being crowned NBA champions. Chris Bosh made a 16foot, go-ahead jumper from the baseline with 39.6 seconds left and the Heat held on for an 88-86 victory over the Dallas Mavericks last night for a 2-1 lead in the NBA finals. Recent history says this is a huge win for the Heat. The Game 3 winner in a tied finals has won the championship all 11 times since the 2-3-2 format began in 1985. Miami got into this tight series by blowing a 15-point lead in the last quarter of Game 2. The Heat wasted a 14-point lead in this game, but went back ahead 81-75 with 6:31 left. They knew Dirk Nowitzki would drive Dallas’ rally but he burned them anyway for 12 straight points. But after Bosh’s clutch shot, Nowitzki’s streak ran out. He tried passing out of a double team and threw the ball away, then hit the back iron on a jumper at the buzzer. “This is a total win,” said Dwyane Wade, who led Miami with 29 points and 11 rebounds. “You want to win the game on

Dallas Mavericks Dirk Nowitzki misses a last-second shot last night over Miami’s Udonis Haslem in Dallas.

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TENNIS

HOCKEY

PLAYOFFS All times Eastern

STANLEY CUP FINAL (Best-of-7 series)

FRENCH OPEN

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

All times Eastern

At Paris

CALDER CUP FINAL

CHAMPIONS

EAST DIVISION

EAST DIVISION

Men Singles - Rafael Nadal (1), Spain. Doubles - Max Mirnyi, Belarus, and Daniel Nestor (2), Toronto. Women Singles - Li Na (6), China. Doubles - Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka, both U.S. Mixed Doubles Casey Dellacqua, Australia, and Scott Lipsky, U.S.

HOUSTON VS. BINGHAMTON

(Vancouver leads series 2-0) Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s result Vancouver 3 Boston 2 (OT) Tonightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game Vancouver at Boston, 8 p.m. Wednesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game Vancouver at Boston, 8 p.m. Fridayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game x-Boston at Vancouver, 8 p.m. Monday, June 13 x-Vancouver at Boston, 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 15 x-Boston at Vancouver, 8 p.m. x â&#x20AC;&#x201D; if necessary.

(Binghampton leads series 3-2) Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game Binghamton 4 Houston 2 Tomorrowâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game x-Binghamton at Houston, 8:05 p.m. Thursdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game x-Binghamton at Houston, 8:05 p.m. x â&#x20AC;&#x201D; if necessary.

MIAMI VS. DALLAS

First Period 1. Vancouver, Burrows 8 (Higgins, Salo) 12:12 (pp) Penalty â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Chara Bos (interference) 10:24. Second Period 2. Boston, Lucic 4 (Boychuk, Krejci) 9:00 3. Boston, Recchi 3 (Chara, Bergeron) 11:35 (pp) Penalties â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Bieksa Vcr (delay of game) 1:03, Rome Vcr (holding) 10:26, Rome Vcr (interference) 18:59. Third Period 4. Vancouver, D.Sedin 9 (Burrows, Edler) 9:37 Penalty â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Seidenberg Bos (tripping) 0:52. Overtime 5. Vancouver, Burrows 9 (D.Sedin, Edler) 0:11 Penalties â&#x20AC;&#x201D; None. Shots 11 14 5 1â&#x20AC;&#x201D;33 11 10 11 0â&#x20AC;&#x201D;30

Goal â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Boston: Thomas (L,12-8); Vancouver: Luongo (W,14-6). Power plays (goalschances) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Boston: 1-3; Vancouver: 1-2. Referees â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Dan Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Halloran, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Jay Sharrers, Jean Morin. Attendance â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 18,860 (18,860) at Vancouver.

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(Series tied at 1-1) Last nightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s result Miami at Dallas Tomorrowâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game Miami at Dallas, 9 p.m. Thursdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game x-Miami at Dallas, 9 p.m. Sundayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game x-Dallas at Miami, 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 14 x - Dallas at Miami, 9 p.m. x - played only if necessary.

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SCORING AVERAGE Durant, OKC Nowitzki, DAL Rose, CHI Howard, ORL Anthony, NYK James, MIA Wade, MIA Westbrook, OKC Bryant, LAL Randolph, MEM Paul, NOR Granger, IND Aldridge, POR Pierce, BOS Ginobili, SAN Parker, SAN Allen, BOS Johnson, ATL Bosh, MIA

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PCT .630 .548 .545 .543 .523 .511 .505 .500 .500 .493 .480 .478 .478 .478 .478 .477 .475 .474 .474 .471

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Howard, ORL Brand, PHL Paul, NOR Bynum, LAL Allen, BOS Gasol, MEM Nowitzki, DAL Roy, POR Lawson, DEN Miller, POR Martin, DEN Hilario, DEN Duncan, SAN Granger, IND Marion, DAL Rondo, BOS Harden, OKC Matthews, POR Wade, MIA James, MIA

Not including last nightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s games

SOCCER MLS EASTERN CONFERENCE Philadelphia New York D.C. United Columbus Houston New England Toronto Chicago Kansas City

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T 6 4 6 2 6 2 5 4 7

GF GA 20 12 17 12 16 13 12 4 14 12 15 18 16 14 14 13 14 20

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Yesterdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s results L.A. Dodgers 9 Cincinnati 6 Milwaukee 6 Florida 5 (11 inn.) Philadelphia 7 Pittsburgh 3 St. Louis 3 Chicago Cubs 2 (10 inn.) San Francisco 2 Colorado 1 Washington 9 Arizona 4 (11 inn.) San Diego 7 Houston 2 Atlanta at N.Y. Mets Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s results St. Louis 5 Chicago Cubs 4 (12 inn.) Colorado 2 San Francisco 1 L.A. Dodgers 11 Cincinnati 8 (11 inn.) Pittsburgh 6 Philadelphia 3 N.Y. Mets 5 Atlanta 0 Milwaukee 3 Florida 2 Arizona 2 Washington 0 San Diego 6 Houston 3 Tonightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s games L.A. Dodgers (Lilly 4-4) at Philadelphia (Cl.Lee 4-5), 7:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Garza 2-4) at Cincinnati (Leake 4-2), 7:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Greinke 4-1) at Florida (Vazquez 3-4), 7:10 p.m. Colorado (Mortensen 1-3) at San Diego (Richard 2-6), 10:05 p.m. Washington (Lannan 3-5) at San Francisco (Lincecum 5-4), 10:15 p.m.

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July 12 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; All-Star game, Phoenix. July 24 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Hall of Fame induction, Cooperstown, N.Y. July 31 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Last day to trade a player without securing waivers. Aug. 15 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Last day to sign selections from 2011 amateur draft who have not exhausted college eligibility.

RUBGY 2011 CHURCHILL CUP Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s results At Northampton, England Canada 26 Italy 12

At Dublin, Ohio Par 72 Final Round

Steve Stricker $1,116,000 Matt Kuchar $545,600 Brandt Jobe $545,600 Dustin Johnson $297,600 Rory McIlroy $248,000 Gary Woodland $223,200 Kevin Streelman $174,117 Luke Donald $174,117 John Senden $174,117 Webb Simpson $174,117 Mark Wilson $174,117 Jonathan Byrd $174,117 Bo Van Pelt $112,840 Phil Mickelson $112,840 Ben Curtis $112,840 Brett Wetterich $112,840 Hunter Mahan $112,840 Brian Davis $89,900 Ricky Barnes $89,900 D.A. Points $77,500 Scott Stallings $77,500 K.J. Choi $54,405 Rickie Fowler $54,405 Ryan Moore $54,405 Kevin Stadler $54,405 Angel Cabrera $54,405 Charl Schwartzel $54,405 Charles Howell III $54,405 Shaun Micheel $54,405 Chris Riley $36,846 Pat Perez $36,846 Bryce Molder $36,846 Stewart Cink $36,846 Zack Miller $36,846 Camilo Villegas $36,846 Troy Matteson $36,846 Vijay Singh $27,900 Blake Adams $27,900 Kyle Stanley $27,900 Davis Love III $27,900 Kevin Chappell $27,900 Charley Hoffman $22,940 Bubba Watson $22,940 Scott Piercy $22,940 Ryuji Imada $17,732 Drew Weaver $17,732 Josh Teater $17,732 Bill Haas $17,732 Aaron Baddeley $17,732 J.J. Henry $17,732 Chris Couch $14,285 Arjun Atwal $14,285 Chris DiMarco $14,285 Jason Bohn $14,285 Brendan Steele $14,285 J.B. Holmes $14,285 Rocco Mediate $14,285 Matt Bettencourt $14,285 Nick Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Hern $14,285 Rod Pampling $14,285 Ernie Els $13,516

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Yesterdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s results Texas 2 Cleveland 0 Boston 6 Oakland 3 Toronto 7 Baltimore 4 Detroit 7 Chicago White Sox 3 Minnesota 6 Kansas City 0 N.Y. Yankees 5 L.A. Angels 3 Seattle 9 Tampa Bay 6 Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s results Boston 9 Oakland 8 (14 inn.) Tampa Bay 3 Seattle 2 Texas 4 Cleveland 0 Baltimore 5 Toronto 3 Detroit 4 Chicago White Sox 2 Minnesota 7 Kansas City 2 N.Y. Yankees 3 L.A. Angels 2 Tonightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s games Minnesota (S.Baker 2-4) at Cleveland (Tomlin 7-2), 7:05 p.m. Oakland (G.Gonzalez 5-3) at Baltimore (Matusz 0-0), 7:05 p.m. Detroit (Scherzer 6-2) at Texas (C.Lewis 5-5), 8:05 p.m. Seattle (Pineda 6-2) at Chicago White Sox (Danks 0-8), 8:10 p.m. Toronto (Morrow 2-3) at Kansas City (F.Paulino 0-0), 8:10 p.m. Tampa Bay (Price 6-5) at L.A. Angels (Chatwood 3-2), 10:05 p.m.

         

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Texas Seattle Los Angeles Oakland

ALL-TIME MEN'S GRAND SLAM SINGLES TITLES Roger Federer Pete Sampras Roy Emerson Bjorn Borg Rod Laver Rafael Nadal Bill Tilden

New York Boston Tampa Bay Toronto Baltimore

W 33 33 30 30 26

WEST DIVISION

2011 - Rafael Nadal 2010 - Rafael Nadal 2009 - Roger Federer 2008 - Rafael Nadal 2007 - Rafael Nadal 2006 - Rafael Nadal 2005 - Rafael Nadal 2004 - Gaston Gaudio

All times Eastern (Best-of-7 series)

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Dudley, who was named the Thrashers’ GM in April 2010, had four years remaining on his contract. “After meeting with Rick Dudley (last) week, we have decided to go in another direction with the position of general manager of our team,” True North chairman Mark Chipman said in a release. “We informed

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Bruins sticking to their game plan After making the long trip home yesterday, the Boston Bruins didn’t walk off the plane with a long list of changes or adjustments planned. Instead, their strategy for getting back into the Stanley Cup final against the Vancouver Canucks was to stick with what got them here. Facing a virtual must-win Game 3 tonight, the Bruins were looking to embrace the energy of playing on home ice — they’re 7-3 at TD Garden during this post-season — while continuing to ride Zdeno Chara and Tim Thomas. Those two men were both beaten by Alex Burrows before he brought a quick end to overtime in Game 2. Thomas was caught out of his goal as Burrows outraced Chara to score on a wraparound, but the Bruins goalie scoffed at the notion he might want to tone down his aggressive style. “I have a pretty good idea of how to play goalie,” Thomas said yesterday. “I’m not going to be taking suggestions or advice at this time. I’m just going to keep playing the way I have.” There was more than a hint of defiance from the Eastern Conference champions, who clearly feel unlucky to be trailing the series 2-0 after a pair of one-goal losses. Coach Claude Julien came to the defence of both Thomas and Chara, the towering six-foot-nine defenceman who had a tough outing in Game 2. The Bruins captain is averaging more than 28 minutes per game in the playoffs and shouldn’t expect to see that workload eased any. “Where we are right now, we have to look at it this way: He’s got all summer long to rest,” said Julien. “Now is not the time to start giving him a rest. We’re in a fight here for a Stanley Cup. “He’s capable of taking it.” Julien hinted at needing to make a few small “corrections” before the puck is dropped for Game 3. THE CANADIAN PRESS


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Whitby Mall Whitby SmartCentres WILLOWDALE Offer ends June 30, 2011. Available with compatible devices within network coverage areas available from Bell Mobility. Paper bill charge ($2/mo.) applies unless you register for e-bill and cancel your paper bill. Other monthly fees, e.g., 911 (New Brunswick: $0.53, Nova Scotia: $0.43, P.E.I .: $0.50, Quebec: $0.40), and one-time device activation ($35) apply. Upon early termination, price adjustments apply; see your Service Agreement for details. 30 days advance notice of termination required where not prohibited by law. Subject to change without notice; not combinable with other offers. Taxes extra. Other conditions apply. (1) With new activation on a 3-yr. term on a post-paid voice and data plan or a post-paid voice plan and a data feature with a min. value of $50/mo. (2) With compatible devices. Based on comparison of national networks: (a) fastest network, according to tests of average upload and download speeds in large urban centres across Canada, (b) largest network, based on total square kms of coverage, and (c) fewest call failures based on tests including network access failures, blocked calls and dropped calls in large urban centres across Canada; all on the shared HSPA+ network available from Bell, vs. Rogers HSPA/HSPA+ network. Excludes roaming partners’ HSPA and GSM/Edge coverage in certain parts of Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Speed may vary due to topography, environmental conditions, device type and other factors. See bell.ca/network for details. (3) With new activation on a 3-yr. term on a post-paid voice and data plan or a post-paid voice plan and a data feature with a min. value of $50/mo. Price shown is after $75 in-store credit. Credit applies at the time of purchase on the price of the device in-store before taxes. HTC, the HTC logo, and HTC Incredible S are trademarks of HTC Corporation. Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant is a trademark of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., used in Canada under license. MOTOROLA, the Stylized M Logo and MOTOBLUR are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC. BlackBerry®, RIM®, Research In Motion® and related trademarks, names and logos are the property of Research In Motion Limited and are registered and/or used in the U.S. and countries around the world. Android is a trademark of Google Inc.

Fairview Mall Fairview Mall (kiosk) WOODBRIDGE

4080 Highway 7


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