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Bombers unveil parking plan for their new home Stadium parking blues. Work in progress Team up with the city and U of M to appease “We’re certainly going to learn a lot the first few events and the first few games.” suburban neighbours Blue Bombers President Jim Bell SHANE GIBSON

The plan also includes a “Our hope is we’ll all work hard to be good neighbours to shuttle by Winnipeg Transit shane.gibson@metronews.ca — people only need to show make this work.” The Bombers have teamed their ticket to ride to and from The Winnipeg Blue Bombers up with the city to create the game for free — a running have released their plan for get- Residential Restricted Parking back shuttle from various parkting those who bleed blue and zones in University Heights and ing lots around the university, gold to the game on time at the a portion of Fort Richmond. additional parking from area Cars found parked without a businesses, a new Blue and new stadium. Bomber brass unveiled their special pass given to residents Gold Express bus to parking lots around town, casual drop“nine-point parking plan” at a will be ticketed and towed. The plan includes parking offs and bike-parking and bikepress conference at the stillvery-much-under-construction passes for 5,000 spots around valet services. the stadium at the University Investors Group Field Tuesday. Take a look “We have a comprehensive of Manitoba. Passes are $210, event-day plan that applies and Bell said there were about to all events, football games 1,000 left as of Tuesday morTo see a map of the and concerts,” said Bomber ning. parking on campus, visit Team officials noted that president Jim Bell. The plan metronews.ca involves restricting parking on parking on campus would be LMD-WPG-LPG-Metro-5y-10x164-CLR.pdf 1 13-04-08 4:26 PM for pass-holders only. some nearby streets. C

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Bombers president Jim Bell outlines the “nine-point parking plan” for getting fans to the stadium. SHANE GIBSON/METRO


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Premier: Waverley West. Neighbourhood getting a new school Flood protest by $30M farmers, PCs was illegal, risked lives The Manitoba government is accusing a group of farmers and the Opposition Progressive Conservatives of taking part in an illegal flood protest that put lives at risk. “It’s unacceptable, it’s reckless and it was dangerous,” Emergency Measures Minister Steve Ashton told the legislature on Tuesday. “Other citizens do not have the right to protest in a way that puts downstream communities and downstream lives at risk,” Premier Greg Selinger added later. Ashton filed a protest with legislature speaker Daryl Reid, demanding an apology from Tory member Ian Wishart. Wishart had stood with a group of farmers who used large farm equipment to blockade the Portage Diversion for 12 hours Monday. The NDP also tabled printouts of social media messages from the Tory caucus which expressed support for the protest. The diversion is a channel that takes water from the Assiniboine River during flood season and dumps it into Lake Manitoba. The farmers who blocked the diversion said they have not been compensated adequately for the 2011 flood season, when more water than normal was diverted into the channel, causing area fields to be swamped. Wishart said Tuesday the protest was legal and the farmers had notified the RCMP. “They have every right to protest and they were exercising that right.” Wishart said the protesters were not putting lives at risk because the river level was still low by the time the protest ended late Monday night. But Ashton and his deputy minister said the water was rising quickly and the result could have been sudden, uncontrolled flooding of rural properties. The government had planned to start operating the diversion Monday morning and by evening had obtained an injunction against the protest. THE CANADIAN PRESS

Parents in Waverley West can knock the top line off their wish list — the province is building a new school in their growing neighbourhood. Premier Greg Selinger announced Tuesday funding has been designated in the government’s 2013 budget to secure land and finalize plans for an 86,000 square-foot early learning to Grade 8 school to be built on the southeast corner of Waverley Street in South Pointe. “If you go door-to-door around here you just see lots of children in the preschool phase and they’re going to need it,” said Selinger of the dual French and English school

Upward cost

Although the work is yet to be tendered, Selinger expects the new school will cost the province between $26-30 million.

expected to open in time for the start of classes in the fall of 2016. “And we’re going to need the extra classrooms for the extra children so we can keep the class sizes down to roughly 20 students per teacher.” The school will have space for 600 students and will also house a new childcare centre for 114 kids. SHANE GIBSON/METRO

Premier Greg Selinger announces funding for a new French immersion elementary school in the Waverley West area Tuesday. SHANE GIBSON/METRO

Guns, a waterfall and fudge Cabela’s comes to Winnipeg. The new 70,000-squarefoot flagship outlet brings U.S.-style retail experience to the city SHANE GIBSON

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It doesn’t get much bigger than this for Winnipeg outdoor enthusiasts. All the shelves at Cabela’s new 70,000 square-foot flagship location near IKEA at the Season of Tuxedo retail development are just about filled as the store gears up to open next month. “We’re bringing the type of stores that (customers) are more used to seeing in the States up here to Winnipeg,” explained Peter Tully, retailmarketing manager for Cabela’s Winnipeg store after taking a group of local media through a sneak peek of the new location Tuesday. With more than 100 different mounted animals — including roaring black bears, full sized moose, and even polar bears — greeting customDrugs, weapons found

Will this take long officer? Four men are facing a long list of charges after police found a cornucopia of illegal narcotics during a routine traffic stop in the North End Sunday morning. Inside the car officers found 58 grams of pot, 10

Ron Berglund, Cabela’s gun library lead, shows off shotguns housed in the new location’s library filled with collectible and antique firearms. SHANE GIBSON/METRO

ers at every turn, a full mountain replica complete with a running waterfall and museum quality wildlife displays, a gun library full of antique and collectible firearms, and an archery pro shop complete with a testing range in store, Tully said a trip to the new location will have outdoorsmen and women feeling like a kid in a candy shop. grams of cocaine, three rocks of crack, eight grams of methamphetamines, three grams of magic mushrooms and four prescription strength Tylenol 3 tablets, police said. As well as the drugs, police said they also seized a Taser, bear spray, two shotgun shells, five cellphones, break-in instruments and just under $1,000 in cash. METRO

To sweeten the experience the new Cabela’s even has one of the fudge shops that have become so famous at their U.S. stores. “When a husband comes in and buys a $1,000 gun, he can’t go home to the wife empty handed — so buy some fudge,” laughed the store’s Master Fudgeologist (yes they have a Fudgeologist) Gerald Naglie of New legislation

Heritage trees to be protected The Province of Manitoba is branching out with first-of-its-kind-in-Canada legislation to protect and recognize heritage trees. The legislation, introduced to the legislature Monday, would create

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Cabela’s new store opens May 9 at 11 a.m. and the first 1,000 customers through the door get a gift card worth anywhere between $10 and $500.

how the tradition started. “It works really, really well.” a provincial heritage tree program in partnership with the Manitoba Forestry Association that recognizes and protects trees with environmental, cultural, social and historic importance in Manitoba, according to Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister Gord Mackintosh. METRO


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City committee closer to backing bus pass for university students Bus rider. Students could see mandatory passes Bernice Pontanilla

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Winnipeg students are closer to reaching their destination of a universal bus pass after a city committee approved in principle the UPass program. Student leaders argued during Tuesday’s infrastructure renewal and public works meeting that the subsidized bus pass program would help ease congestion on roads and promote public transportation. Both students’ associations at the universities of Winnipeg and Manitoba held referendums where students approved paying a maximum of $200 and $180 respectively for the September to April pass as part of their university fees. Members on the city committee voted unanimously to approve the UPass in principle and refer it to 2014 budget consultations. The committee’s show of 2014 budget process

Expanded Sunday bus service? The city’s public works committee voted on Tuesday to refer expanded bus service on Sundays and holidays to the 2014 budget process. The committee requested city officials look at bus service on those days following the provincial government’s

support for the UPass couldn’t have come at a better time for Bilan Arte, president of the University of Manitoba Students’ Union (UMSU), and Zach Fleischer, vice-president advocate for the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA), who were both on the last day of their elected terms. “It’s just so touching to see students come out and support an initiative that we’ve been fighting tooth and nail for, and I don’t know how many hours we’ve spent at (city hall),” said Fleischer. A city report estimated the operating shortfall to be $3.67 million and stated the earliest the UPass could be implemented is the fall of 2014, since the increased ridership means eight buses will need to be purchased and 14 drivers hired. The report further stated that “many other cities in Canada have adopted the UPass for post-secondary students, and have seen substantial benefits from it,” including 10 educational institutions throughout B.C., five in Calgary, three in Edmonton and one in Saskatoon. expansion of shopping hours. Harry Wolbert of the Winnipeg Transit Riders’ Association said his group supports improving the service on Sundays and holidays because “the buses are needed.” A city report found that all but 14 routes currently meet ridership demands; it’s the 14 identified routes servicing major shopping centres that would need improvements. metro

Bilan Arte, of UMSU, left, listens as Zach Fleischer of the UWSA answers questions following the approval in principle of the UPass. Bernice Pontanilla/Metro Water worries

Guard against basement flooding: City The recent rain and high river levels have prompted the City of Winnipeg to remind homeowners to guard against basement flooding. Sewer systems can be overloaded, causing water

to back up, said the city in a press release issued on Tuesday. The risk increases when the levels of the Red and Assiniboine rivers are high. Homeowners are also reminded that the basement flood protection subsidy program is still available, and up to 60 per cent of the costs associated with the installation of an in-line backwater valve, sump pit drainage system, or both, are covered. metro

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Bylaw limiting parking near the new stadium OK’d On the same day that the Winnipeg Blue Bombers announced their game day parking plans, a city committee approved prohibiting parking in neighbourhoods close to

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Five-year-old rape victim dies A five-year-old girl has died after being raped in the latest in a series of brutal attacks that have sparked outrage in the country. The girl suffered cardiac arrest and died late Monday at a hospital in Nagpur city in Maharashtra state where she was being treated for injuries from the April 18 assault, said

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an official, Bharat Yadav. Two men have been arrested in connection with the attack, he said. The girl was lured by one of the men to a farm, where she was then raped by the other man, who was a friend of her parents, Yadav said. The parents were at work when the attack occurred. A hospital administrator said the girl suffered a brain injury when the men tried to smother her cries. the associated press

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Airlines banned

Syria a no-fly zone, says Russia Russia has banned its airlines from flying over Syria after a civilian plane was reported to have come under an unspecified threat in Syrian airspace. The ban was announced Tuesday by the state air transport agency, Rosaviatsiya — which said T:6.61” some airlines continue “to

operate in the airspace of the country in which hostilities are using missiles.” Officials said the crew of a charter flight carrying 159 people from Egypt to the Russian city of Kazan saw war activities on the ground that endangered the plane. The aircraft landed in Kazan safely. Russia has steadfastly supported the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad as it battles an armed rebellion. the associated press

Auditor general Michael Ferguson says federal officials and departments can’t get their acts together on important First Nations issues like diabetes and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. torstar news service file

AG accuses feds of First Nations fiasco

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The federal auditor general says two of the government’s key pillars meant to improve the lives of aboriginal peoples have gone awry. The reason: Infighting, poor co-ordination and lack of planning. Auditor General Michael Ferguson says attempts to deal with the fallout of the residential school system are a mess as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission bickers with the federal government over what historical documents need to be provided. And he says Ottawa’s plans to deal with rising rates of diabetes — especially on First Nations reserves — are showing no results.

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Ferguson says he has been unable to track as much as $3.1 billion in funding set aside to combat terrorism. The paper trail tracked only $9.8 billion of the $12.9 billion that was spent between 2001 and 2009 on a myriad of anti-terrorism programs.

Government programs aren’t working together or checking the effectiveness of their projects, he says. At stake is the mental and physical health of First Nations families across Canada at a time when aboriginal communities are crying out for better treatment from the federal government. Time is running out for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to fulfil its mandate of creating a historical record of residential schooling — known for its emotional, physical and sexual abuse of children. It has until July 2014 to put together a complete record, but Ferguson says work has barely begun because government departments and the commission have not been able to agree. “We are concerned that the lack of co-operation, delays and looming deadline stand in the way of creating the historical record of Indian residential schools,” he said. the canadian press

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The search and rescue system is in distress and some elements are near breaking point, Ferguson says. The cost of the air force’s fleet of nearly 50-year-old C-115 Buffaloes and older model C-130 Hercules has climbed to $20 million a year.


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Animal welfare. Grocery stores agree to better pregnant-pig enclosures

In gestational crates, pregnant sows are unable to turn around or lay down. Getty images file

A group representing Canadian retailers says eight of Canada’s largest supermarket chains have signed on with a push to eliminate factory-farming pens that restrict the movement of pregnant pigs. The Retail Council of Canada says Walmart Canada, Costco Canada, Metro, Loblaw, Safeway Canada, Federated Cooperatives, Sobey’s and Co-op Atlantic have all committed to sourcing their pork from farmers who don’t use so-called gestational crates. The council says the chains will make the transition over nine years. The Canadian Press

FDA to investigate added-caffeine foods Marketing craze. Wave of jacked-up products, such as caffeinated gum, prompts safety concerns Looking for a new way to get that jolt of caffeine energy? Food companies are betting snacks like potato chips, jelly beans and gum with a caffeinated kick could be the answer. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is closely watching the marketing of these foods and wants to know more about their safety. The FDA said Monday it will look at the foods’ effects on children in response to a caffeinated gum introduced this week by Wrigley. Alert Energy Caffeine Gum promises “the right energy, right now.” The agency is already investigating the safety of energy drinks and energy shots, prompted by consumer reports of illness and death. Michael Taylor, FDA’s deputy commissioner of foods, said

In related news

• Monster Beverage is suing San Francisco’s city attorney over demands the energy-drink maker reduce the amount of caffeine in its drinks and change its marketing practices.

Wrigley’s Alert Energy Caffeine Gum just launched in the U.S. Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company/The Associated press

Monday that the only time FDA explicitly approved the added use of caffeine in a food or drink was in the 1950s for colas. The current proliferation of caffeine added to foods is “beyond anything FDA envisioned,” he said. “It is disturbing,” Taylor said in an interview with The Asso-

• New York’s attorney general has also subpoenaed Monster — as well as the maker of 5-Hour Energy shots and PepsiCo Inc., which makes Amp — as part of an investigation into how energy drinks are made and marketed.

Pirates storm Iceland’s Althingi

Jailing was rights abuse: Euro court

Online freedom advocates the Pirate Party took 5.1 per cent of the vote in Saturday’s poll, gaining three of the 63 seats in Iceland’s parliament, the Althingi. It is the biggest electoral trophy yet for a movement founded seven years ago in Sweden by a group of rebellious filesharing geeks and hackers who scoffed at copyright laws. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Ukraine’s jailing of former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko was a politically motivated violation of her rights, Europe’s human rights court ruled on Tuesday, dealing a harsh blow to President Viktor Yanukovychl. Tymoshenko was sentenced to seven years in prison in October 2011 after being convicted of exceeding her powers as premier while negotiating a gas contract with Russia.

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WHY LET REPORTERS IN AT ALL? guy and getting politically correct points for Q: What’s a first world problem? being oh so progressive. A: A first world problem is so trivial and ridicuCherry loves it because he’s still got it at lous, it fails to resonate with people who have 79; the CBC loves it because the controversy real problems, such as making it to the end of draws viewers to its only remaining hit show the day … and then going to bed hungry. and all the male sportscasters love it beFemale reporters in male pro sport dressing cause, compared to Don Cherry, they’re enrooms? First world problem. That it is generatlightened. That’s not saying much: coming any comment at all is testament to Don pared to Don Cherry, Klingons are enlightCherry’s remarkable ability to stoke controened. versy at an age when most people have already Before I go any further, let me say ungone to bed. equivocally that if (and it’s a big if ) reporters You gotta hand it to Hockey Night in Can  JUST SAYIN'  are allowed into pro sports locker-rooms ada’s perpetual pundit. He rushes in where nowhile the players are still dressing, all reporbody else bothers to tread. Paul Sullivan ters regardless of gender should be admitted. First, Duncan Keith of the Chicago Blackmetronews.ca Indeed, if there are male reporters who hawks is rude to a female reporter who needles feel the need to interview female sports stars in their underhim in his own dressing room in the wake of losing a fierce wear, it should be allowed, although those reporters should be contest to the Vancouver Canucks. Then Cherry wades in and willing to pass a background check and psychological exam says women should not be allowed into male dressing rooms. prior to gaining entry. This is followed by everyone gleefully piling onto the old

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But this first world controversy completely misses the point. The point is simple. Reporters don’t belong in dressing rooms any more than curmudgeons or Klingons. It’s common human courtesy and should apply across the board, including young multi-millionaires who have just lost to the Vancouver Canucks. Think about it. You’re Duncan Keith. You’ve barely had a chance to shower and get over losing to an arch-rival and here’s some reporter in your face daring you to admit you slashed Daniel Sedin and got away with it. The gender of the reporter is hardly the point. The point is: Why is that reporter here in the first place? Even if he does earn $8 million (!) a year, Duncan Keith doesn’t make enough to be required to answer provocative, hostile questions in his own dressing room. How would you like it if a reporter turned up in your bathroom and started asking you about that slash on Daniel Sedin? Exactly. It’s a first world travesty. Even if it takes an overdressed geezer with the mind of a 12-year-old Klingon to point it out.   Clickbait 

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Now that PVR and piracy have pushed TV ads out of our lives, let’s rub salt in the wound by using new technology to watch marketing relics. Because hairstyles, toys and horrible music trends come and go, but smouldering good looks are forever.

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VintageTV Commercials:

Come for the Before They Were Famous section, stay for the fast food collection starring a creepy/ creepier Ronald McDonald. (you tube.com/vintageTVcommercials)

80sCommercialVault:

The name says ’80s, but nuts to that. It’s all about the lovingly compiled ’90s ad montages pushing lousy toys, high-concept soft drinks and Look Who’s Talking sequels. If you’re lucky, you’ll catch a Dr. Mario spot that pretty much sums up the decade. (youtube.com/80scommercialvault)

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Saturn shows off huge ‘rose’ vortex NASA has named this redpetalled vortex The Rose, but behind its flowery façade is a massive hurricane-like storm at Saturn’s north pole. This photograph, captured by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, was given “false colours” to highlight low clouds (in red) versus high. MWN

Scientist speaks

“We did a double take when we saw this vortex because it looks so much like a hurricane on Earth.” Andrew Ingersoll, a Cassini imaging team member at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena

Sun lights up storm for NASA’s camera This image is among the first sunlit views of Saturn’s north pole captured by Cassini. When the spacecraft arrived in the Saturnian system in 2004, it was northern winter and the north pole was in darkness. Saturn’s north pole was last imaged under sunlight by NASA’s Voyager 2 in 1981. MWN

By the numbers

419,000

Approximate distance in kilometres from Saturn from which the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft captured the photo. The image scale is 1.6 kilometres per pixel.

Canada got new cash Tuesday, but some people don’t get Dextre, the $5 space robot. Focus groups deemed the handyman as too ‘cartoonish’ or childlike. Who would you rather see on the $5 note?

Canada’s sweetheart, Justin Bieber. @EvanPetrie17 if you’re gonna go “cartoonish”, may as well go all the way... @AdamOmadA

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George @strombo ! @FrenchmanCanada

$5 bill childish? The current one show 6 kids... PLAYING !!! @CleanbyConsuelo

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For someone who became famous playing Gandhi, one of the 20th century’s great pacifists, Ben Kingsley has certainly played his share of villains. His latest character, The Mandarin in Iron Man 3, is one of the great comic book baddies. He’s Iron Man’s oldest foe, a scientific genius and an unbeatable martial artist, who draws his power from 10 finger rings he created using alien technology.

How bad is this guy? This bad: “Some people call me a terrorist. I consider myself a teacher,” he says. “Lesson number one: Heroes — there is no such thing.” The filmmakers say Mandarin is partially based on Colonel Kurtz from Apocalypse Now and another character Kingsley made famous. In Sexy Beast, Kingsley played Don Logan, a vile English gangster who intimidates an old colleague into coming out of retirement for one last job. How bad is this guy? This bad: He starts a brawl on an airplane because he was asked to stub out a cigarette. “I do know that Shane Black, our writer-director, loved Sexy Beast,” said Kingsley, “and was very influenced in his choice of me playing The Mandarin.” Logan isn’t the only villain

Kingsley has brought to life on the big screen, however. In BloodRayne, the Oscar winner plays king of the vampires Kagan, a vicious character who must quell a rebellion led by his daughter. When asked why he would appear in a movie that ranked in Rotten Tomatoes’ list of the 100 worst reviewed films of the 2000s, he said, “I have always wanted to play a vampire, with the teeth and the long black cape. Let’s say that my motives were somewhat immature for doing it.” As The Hood in Thunderbirds, Kingsley uses his mental powers — telekinesis and hypnosis — to take over the International Rescue headquarters. He took the role in the big screen treatment of the 1960s British children’s marionette show at the urging of his kids. “My son has

Ben Kingsley in Iron Man 3. HANDOUT

a Thunderbirds alarm clock. That’s how big a fan he is of the TV series.” He’s also played villains in War Inc, Prince of Persia and Oliver Twist and says, “as an actor, I have to push the word

‘villain’ right to the back of my mind and bring forward their distorted sense of righteousness and destiny. Because I think classic villains like The Mandarin have to have a profound sense of right.”

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METRO DISH OUR TAKE ON THE WORLD OF CELEBRITIES Demi Moore. all photos getty images

The Word

Rumer has it, Demi reconciling with Willis Following months of apparent estrangement, Demi Moore and daughter Rumer Willis seem to be reconnecting, and all it took was some yoga. The pair was spotted, along with a few friends, attending a yoga class in West Hollywood together this past weekend, according to Us Weekly. “They all did the class together, and after the 90 minutes they walked out as a group,” a source says. “Demi and Rumer seemed very close, like they had been in the past. There didn’t seem to be any tension or hard feelings between them.” Things have reportedly been tense between Demi and her daughters since her split from Ashton Kutcher in late 2011..

Catherine Zeta-Jones

Zeta-Jones getting treated for bipolar disorder

Catherine Zeta-Jones has checked herself into a treatment facility to deal with her bipolar disorder, her rep confirms in a statement. “Catherine has proactively checked into a health-care facility,” the statement reads. “Previously, Catherine has said that she is committed to periodic care in order to manage her health in an optimum manner.” Zeta-Jones first went public about seeking treatment for the disorder in 2011.

Vergara denies it’s going to be a Modern kind of Family the word

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In June’s Cosmopolitan, Sofia Vergara chats about plans for possibly starting a family with fiancé Nick Loeb. Rumours have been swirling that the Modern

Family actress and Loeb are hiring a surrogate. But Vergara says that rumour stems from the fact she froze her eggs. “I had to go to my doctor’s office a hundred million times to do injections. The (rumour) probably came from that,” the 40-year-old says. “My doctor had told me, ‘We have a small window.’ I said, ‘That’s so rude!’ I already have a kid, so I never thought I would need to do that. But I will have to use a surrogate, because I had thyroid cancer and lots of radiation. I don’t want to wait forever, but not yet, because I’m working like an animal.”


TRAVEL

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A trip to see, a riverboat fantasy Cruising. Tired of the big box cruise ships? Try something a bit more adventurous — a trip down the Danube

If you go...

• Visit. vantagetravel.com for prices and schedules

Metro World News in New York

Ocean cruising has its perks. Tropical destinations, allyou-can-eat buffets, water slides, bowling, free booze — it’s a $30 billion business meant to cater to every whim. But sometimes the excessiveness of ocean cruising can overwhelm. What if you want to experience the joys of travelling by sea without thousands of people crammed alongside you; without paying extra for excursions, or having to adhere to a rigid schedule while visiting increasingly homogenized ports of call? Riverboat cruising plucks the aspects that make ocean cruising so attractive — the ability to hit multiple destinations without unpacking, the collegial atmosphere on board, an international, knowledgeable staff, a cosmopolitan experience — while being more refined and smaller than their big-white-boat counterparts. As the name implies, riverboat cruising uses smaller vessels that stick mainly to rivers, mostly in Europe but also in Asia and the South Pacific, the

A quaint cruise down the Danube will allow you to see a whole new side of Europe. JEFFOWENPHOTOS/FLICKR

Mediterranean and Northern Africa, and even Antarctica. “Most of our guests are seasoned world travellers for whom the destination is still the main attraction. For them, it’s not about all-night buffets or skating rinks or other novelties you find aboard big cruise ships — it’s about the discovery,” says Kevin Wallace, COO

of Vantage Deluxe World Travel, a premiere riverboat cruising company based in Boston. “You unpack once, then sail right into the heart of ports great and small, where sightseeing and intercultural activities are always included.” With riverboat cruising, you sacrifice water slides for accessibility and a more unique experience. Smaller

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boats mean you can slip into smaller ports of call — you usually just walk off the boat and into the centre of town. But riverboat companies aren’t dumb, nor are they stuffy. They include the perks North Americans know and love: full-service cocktail lounges with live entertainment, Internet cafés, excursions, and, yes, even

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all-you-can-eat breakfast and lunch buffets (as well as a formal sit-down dinner every night). Wallace is celebrating the launch of the company’s latest addition to their fleet, River Splendor. The new ship, part of a $120 million investment by Vantage, has a busy year ahead: After its March christening in Antwerp, Belgium, it will spend the spring, summer and fall cruising the Rhine, Main and Danube rivers between Amsterdam and the Black Sea as the lead ship on Vantage’s most popular package, the Majestic Rivers of Europe: Castles, Cathedrals and Fairytales (with stops in Vienna, Budapest and the Czech Republic), as well as the Gateway to the Black Sea trip that takes travellers from Budapest along the Danube all the way to the Black Sea resort of Constanta, Romania. So, with these trips, instead of onboard bowling you’ll just have to enjoy a home-hosted lunch with a family in Croatia instead. In lieu of a Broadway musical at night, you’ll have to settle for an exclusive classical concert at the Kursalon in Vienna. Sounds like a pretty good trade-off, no?

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WORK/EDUCATION

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From collegiate to corporate Recall the motivational milestones of student life

Transition. Here are a few tips on making the leap from student to working professional

As a young professional, I’ve found I can harness the power of those by-gone academic milestones to grow in my personal and professional life.

Ashleigh Trahan TalentEgg.ca

• In spring when you’d usually be buckling down for exams, instead get serious about work or personal

Summer is nearly upon us. And while some students are off to work at short-term summer jobs, graduates are facing the end of their academic careers and making the transition into full-time working professionals. I know from experience that this transition isn’t easy. While I was a Type A student in some respects, other behaviours made me less than mentally prepared for a 9 to 5 job. I kept odd hours, furiously writing essays until sunrise, and enjoyed drinking one too many pints on Tuesday nights. In the interest of saving you some office-related troubles (not to mention a terrible Wednesday morning hangover), here’s some advice on how to make the leap from co-ed to corporate life.

Remember, you’re not being graded on this

It can be tough to reconcile student ways with a rigid schedule. istock images

Invest in an alarm clock One of the first things you might notice is the never ending exhaustion that comes along with having to wake up at the exact same time, every single day. Not only do you have to wake up, but you are expected to be a productive member of society. While I can’t help you enjoy

the early morning wake-up call, the trick to arriving to work on time is a good alarm clock, positioned further than your arm’s length away from your bed. It is of critical importance to find the sweet spot where you can hear the alarm, but it’s still far enough away from you that you can’t hit snooze 15 times.

In all seriousness, it can be tough to reconcile your old student ways with a rigid schedule. If it all becomes too much, schedule time for yourself to enjoy the odd night of regression into student-like fun. “Grown-ups” can enjoy beer pong and pizza every once in a while too.

In school, there is an intense fear of failure that drives you to achieve perfection (or at least a reasonable grade). Failing a class or test meant that you’d have to repeat your class. But in the working world, you have to accept that perfection is the enemy of the good, and answers to complex business problems are not as cut and dry as a multiple-choice exam. In fact, failure is one of the best ways to learn. This is not a class where you’ll be docked points for the wrong answer, so don’t be afraid to pipe up with your ideas, even if you’re not sure they’ll be a hit. Embrace uncertainty When you’re caught up in meetings, deadlines or emails, you may have a moment when you realize this is not the swishy, Don Draper-esque job that you envisioned for yourself. It’s going to take time to develop your identity

projects that may have fallen off your radar. • In the fall, use that autumn motivation to learn new skills by signing up for continuing education courses, or picking up good habits that might have fallen by the wayside in the lazy days of summer.

in the working world and in your new life as an adult. Enjoy where you’re at, even if your job isn’t the lifechanging work you imagined whilst reading Sartre in the gentle bosom of academia. Embrace this somewhat confusing period in life as a time for self-discovery. I assure you this will not be your last quarter-life existential crisis. Making the leap When the first September rolled around post-university, I have to tell you it was quite the shock. I realized the exciting feeling of that first day back to school, when you’re tanned and wearing new school clothes, wasn’t coming around again. Making the leap to the professional world can be rough. But when we’re challenged to pick up new habits, we can grow by leaps and bounds. TalentEgg.ca is Canada’s leading job site and online career resource for college and university students and recent graduates.

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5 ways that volunteering can boost your career Reasons to give. Build your skill sets, network with the right people and develop soft skills by donating your time kate mills

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As you transition into summer and start looking for work, don’t underestimate the power of volunteering and how it can benefit your career. In Give and Take, author Adam Grant explains how giving can boost your career. He says the most successful givers are those who rate high in concern for others but also in self-interest. So with that in mind, here are some reasons to give: Work experience Instead of applying for entrylevel jobs that ask for experience you don’t have, get it by

volunteering — such as what I’m doing in communications at Students Offering Support. Whether it’s working with a new computer program, helping to develop a new website or using a second language, there are specific skills employers look for that you can develop by volunteering — not to mention soft skills such as team work, communication skills, adaptability and time management. Update your resumé A sure-fire way to have relevant experience on your resumé is by volunteering in an area where you want to build your career. A survey by TimeBank through Reed Executive found that 73 per cent of employers would recruit a candidate with volunteering experience over one without. Networking Volunteering at an organization that does work you want

to be involved in is a natural way of networking with the right people. You meet contacts who have contacts, and you never know who might be the contact to lead you to the job you’ve always wanted. It could lead to a job In Give and Take, Grant tells the story of George Meyer, one of the writers for The Simpsons, who many credit as being the creative genius of the show. Before Meyer got his gig with The Simpsons, he selfpublished a comedy magazine just to have variety from his other job. It was a hit and made it on Rolling Stone’s Hot List of the year’s best in entertainment. His magazine got so many submissions that he had to turn some of them down. Not being able to bear that, he shut the magazine down after the third issue. The magazine ended up in the hands of The Simpsons’ executive director just as

the show was getting off the ground and he was looking to hire a writing team. He hired Meyer and some of the contributors to his magazine. Take-away point: By doing something for free, it led to work on a highly successful television show for him, and for the people he gave the opportunity to. Improve your interviews If you have recent and relevant career experience, you will feel more confident and have more to talk about in your job interviews. Plus, when you’re volunteering with a non-profit organization, you’re also working somewhere that actually makes a positive difference in the world, which can’t hurt. TalentEgg.ca is Canada’s leading job site and online career resource for college and university students and recent graduates.

You never know which contact could lead you to your dream job. istock images

Student Voice

Looking for work is a full-time job

and reading industry reports to gain the knowledge I need that I didn’t get at university. My recommendations for employers

Laura Scrimgeour Graduate Master of Science in Psychology University of Canterbury, New Zealand TalentEgg.ca

I’ve been out of university and looking for full-time work for 10 months now. I recently found out about Career Focus, a federal government program that helps employers pay the wages of recent grads to make them more attractive as employees, on the condition that employers help develop the grad’s skills through mentorship. The people at Career Focus have been supportive; the employers, though, have not. When I approach an employer and tell them I’m hard-working, intelligent, have a master’s degree and can offer 33 weeks of work for $1,000, it stings to be told (more than once!) it’s not worth it to them to pay someone to mentor me. There’s another source of funding called the Eco Canada Internship, which offers to pay a portion of a recent

Consider us a retirement investment — we can’t pay your pensions unless you invest in us now. My advice for students and recent grads Laura Scrimgeour submitted

grad’s salary. But it’s the same story: employers don’t want to commit to hiring someone long-term (a requirement of the program) and say they don’t have the funding for the remaining portion of the grad’s wages. What I’m doing now I have a casual contract two days a week at Environment Canada and there are rumours circulating it may turn into a temporary contract, so I am cautiously hopeful. I spend my remaining time looking for work, attending conferences and networking events, working for free on a project that I hope might eventually pay,

Do a co-op program. Everyone I know who did one got hired almost immediately after university. Alternatively, if you have dual citizenship or a partner with citizenship in another country, consider moving overseas to go to university. Canada is nice, but many other countries have better programs to integrate students into work. I went to university in New Zealand and very much regret moving home right afterwards. If I had stayed, I would probably be working by now, and my husband certainly would. TalentEgg.ca, Canada’s leading job site and online career resource for students and new graduates, wants to hear your Student Voice. Share it at TalentEgg.ca.

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Classic Niçoise makes great appetizer or main with the addition of rotini for more, visit rosereisman.com or follow her on twitter @rosereisman

This is a fantastic main course for lunch or dinner. The healthy omega 3 fatty acids come from the tuna and help to lower the bad cholesterol and triglycerides. Be sure, however, to only buy tuna packed in water, not oil, to save the excess calories and fat.

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Cook pasta in boiling water according to package Nutritional Analysis

Per serving: 333 calories; 14 g protein; total fat 12 g; saturated fat 2 g; carbohydrates 45 g; 307 mg sodium; 4 mg cholesterol; 4 g fibre

• 12 oz rotini • 6 oz green beans, cut in pieces • 1 3/4 cups chopped tomatoes • 3/4 cup diced cucumbers • 3/4 cup diced sweet red or green peppers • 1/2 cup sliced red onions • 1 can (6.5 oz or 185 g) flaked tuna packed in water, drained • 1/3 cup sliced olives

instructions or until firm to the bite. Rinse with cold water. Drain and place in serving bowl.

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Blanch green beans in boiling water just until still crisp, approximately 2 minutes. Drain, rinse with cold water and add to pasta. Add tomatoes, cucumbers, sweet peppers, onions, tuna, olives, dill and anchovies.

• 1/2 cup chopped fresh dill or 125 ml 1 tbsp (15 mL) dried • 5 anchovies, minced Dressing • 1/3 cup olive oil • 1/4 cup lemon juice • 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar • 2 tbsp water • 2 tsp crushed garlic • Cucumber shavings

• 1 oz Grey Goose Vodka • 8 lime segments • .25 oz simple syrup • .25 oz St. Germain • 1.5 oz Perrier sparkling water

Recipe and photo courtesy of the Grey Goose Lounge at Muzik in Toronto

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Make the dressing: In small bowl combine oil, lemon juice, vinegar, water and garlic. Pour over pasta, and toss. Garnish with cucumber shavings. (For cucumber garnish, use a vegetable peeler down the length of the cucumber to create thin shavings). Rose Reisman Brings Home Light Pasta (Robert Rose Inc) by Rose Reisman

This recipe serves eight as an app. It contains 333 calories and 12 grams of fat per serving. Mark Shapiro, from Rose Reisman Brings Home Light Pasta (Robert Rose Inc)

Is your grill all ready for your culinary imagination? One of the unique and delicious methods to grill food uses a wooden plank. The smoke created from the plank sitting directly above a lit burner infuses the meat with a delicate smoky flavour. Using a plank is simple: • Soak it in water for at least an hour and pat it dry. • Pre-heat your grill on high for 10 minutes. • Coat both sides of the plank with olive oil then place the seasoned meat on it. • Place the plank on the grill directly over the lit burner and reduce the heat to medium/low. • Cook the meat to its desired doneness.

Try planking today with this easy Tahini-Sesame Salmon. news canada

Eiffel Sour

In a cocktail shaker filled halfway with ice, combine Grey Goose Vodka, lime segments, simple syrup, and St. Germain. Shake well. Pour entire contents of the shaker into a tall glass. Top with Perrier and stir delicately.

Rotini Niçoise

Ingredients

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Drink of the Week

Grilling planks are specifically designed for the barbecue and there’s a variety of flavours to choose. Cedar planks are ideal for salmon.

Lunch. Egg Salad and Smoked Salmon Sandwich

Tahini-Sesame Salmon 1. Coat salmon with a dusting of salt and black pepper.

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Mix the tahini, honey and soy sauce. Add white wine as necessary if the mixture is too thick. It should be creamy, but still light enough to drizzle and baste.

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Coat the fillets with the glaze and arrange them on the planks and place planks on the grill.

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Close the lid and cook for 15 to 20 minutes. Salmon is cooked when it is opaque in colour and flakey to the touch of a fork. News Canada/broilkingbbq.com

1. In a medium bowl, whisk together the mayonnaise, mustard, smoked paprika and hot sauce. Stir in the cornichons and celery. Gently stir in the chopped hardboiled eggs, then season with salt and pepper. Cover and refrigerate at least 30 minutes, or up to overnight.

2. When ready to serve, lightly toast the slices of sourdough bread. While the bread is still warm, spread a quarter of the egg salad over each slice, then top with a quarter of the smoked salmon. Serve immediately. The Associated Press

Ingredients

Ingredients • 1/4 cup tahini (sesame butter) • 1/4 cup honey • 1/4 cup soy sauce • White wine (for consistency) • 4 salmon fillets

• 1/2 cup mayonnaise • 2 tbsp Dijon mustard • 1/2 tsp smoked paprika • 1/2 tsp hot sauce • 1/2 cup finely chopped cornichons • 1/2 cup finely chopped celery

• 8 hard-boiled eggs, cooled and roughly chopped • Salt and ground black pepper • 4 large slices sourdough bread • 4-oz package thinly sliced smoked salmon


SPORTS

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MLB

Encarnacion powers Blue Jays past Red Sox

THE CANADIAN PRESS

Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie throws to first for an out against the Red Sox on Tuesday. TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE

NFL

Free agent Tebow in search of deal Tim Tebow has cleared waivers a day after being let go by the New York Jets, making the quarterback a free agent who’s allowed to sign with any NFL team. Tebow was waived Monday after an unproductive season with the Jets, leaving his NFL future uncertain. It’s uncertain if any NFL team will give Tebow an opportunity for next season, but two indoor league teams have offered him a job. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Jets need injection of winning talent THE HOCKEY NEWS

Rory Boylen winnipeg@metronews.ca

The Jets gave their fans the full range of emotions this season, didn’t they? From the excitement of leading the division mid-season, to the buildup towards a playoff race, to the frustration over inconsistency and ultimately to disappointment -— so close, yet so far. It was never going to be a quick ascension for the displaced Atlanta Thrashers, a team that became known for its failures and early trips to the golf course. But while there has to be an understanding of the bigger picture and that evolving from soft touch to playoff team isn’t quick, easy or even guaranteed, Winnipeg fans deserve something to latch on to this summer. It’s time for team management to step up and make a splash, because as good as this team was capable of looking on any given night, it failed each time it was faced with a must-win game down the stretch. Whether that means GM Kevin Cheveldayoff steps up on the free-agent market or goes bold via trade, something needs to shake up this team. Not that the Jets need a tear down — a good base is there for the near-future, but it needs to be complemented to make sure it gets over the hump. There won’t be a Zach Parise or Ryan Suter available when the free-agent market opens July 5, but there should be some intriguing assets. While Mike Ribeiro will headline the forwards and Mark Streit the defencemen, it’s

Everybody on the Jets roster not named Evander Kane should be on the trading block for the right price. GETTY IMAGES FILE All the right moves

“Standing pat or making a patchwork move — like signing Olli Jokinen was — cannot be an option.” crucial that whoever the Jets target comes from a winning organization. That mentality and leadership will be crucial to this young team that, if something isn’t done, could settle into losing and accept it. It’s a slippery slope and one teams never go down intentionally. David Clarkson is an intriguing name because

he’s been part of the Devils organization since 2006 and has developed into a nice 26-30 goal scorer. He’d be another top-six winger added to the mix, but one you can count on to produce and to lead a team. Guys like this shouldn’t be underrated. The problem with free agency is you always have to overpay to get the talent you

want and Clarkson would be an attractive asset if he became available. So, the trade market may be the best option for the Jets, who should make everybody not named Evander Kane available, for the right price. Cheveldayoff will certainly do his due diligence as team manager and sniff around for the right moves. But standing pat or making a patchwork move — like signing Olli Jokinen was — cannot be an option. This team has promise, but to see it blossom, the roster needs some water.

Sens vs. Canadiens. Anderson primed to prove himself The Ottawa Senators’ hopes of defeating the Montreal Canadiens in the first round of the NHL playoffs rest largely on the play of Craig Anderson. The Senators goaltender was instrumental in getting Ottawa to the post-season. The Sens ranked 27th in the 30-team league in offence, but were second only to Chi-

cago in allowing just 2.08 goals per game. However, Anderson has yet to win a playoff round in his career. He was impressive in last year’s quarter-final series against the New York Rangers, which the Senators lost in Game 7, but he realizes that until he wins a playoff series many will question his ability to win when it

counts. “There’s only one team that can move on in each round and so much is determined by how the team plays,” Anderson said. “We’re at the mercy of our teammates and the better our teammates play the better chances for a goalie to have success and to move on.” THE CANADIAN PRESS

Craig Anderson practices in Ottawa on Tuesday. THE CANADIAN PRESS

SPORTS

Edwin Encarnacion homered twice and Rajai Davis scored three runs to lead the Toronto Blue Jays to a 9-7 win over the Boston Red Sox at Rogers Centre on Tuesday night. Encarnacion launched a two-run blast into the fifth deck in the fifth inning and later restored Toronto’s lead with a tworun shot in the seventh to help the Blue Jays end a four-game losing skid. Toronto (10-17) added an insurance run in the eighth when Colby Rasmus drove in J.P. Arencibia with a one-out single. Reliever Steve Delabar (2-1) got two outs for the victory and Casey Janssen pitched the ninth for his seventh save.

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Celtics applaud former teammate for coming out Jason Collins. Gay basketball player left a lasting impression on Boston team

Jason Collins attempts a shot during his stint with the Celtics. Getty Images file MLB

Sweet homer ends marathon game An exhausted Brandon Moss threw a pie in his own face after hitting the home run that ended the major league’s longest game this season. Moss hit his second home run of the night with two outs in the 19th inning early Tuesday, giving the Oakland Athletics a 10-8 victory over the Los Angeles Angels. The teams were on the field for 6 hours, 32 minutes in a game that ended at 1:41 a.m. PDT. By time, it was the longest game in Oakland — and the longest in Angels history. L.A. allowed a 7-2 eighth-inning lead slip away on a night Albert Pujols homered twice and drove in four runs. the associated press

Celtics coach Doc Rivers wishes Jason Collins had gotten more rebounds. Jeff Green liked the screens his former teammate set. Jason Terry would love to have Collins’ toughness in the playoffs. And they’re all happy for Collins after he came out as gay. None of the Celtics expressed concern Tuesday about having been on the same team as a gay player. They did care about what he did to help Boston win games and about how he might help other gay athletes.

NBA playoffs. Faried drives Denver away from elimination in Game 5 Kenneth Faried brought the energy and the Denver Nuggets rediscovered their toughness in time to stave off elimination Tuesday night with a 107-100 win over the Golden State Warriors. The Nuggets slowed down Golden State’s guards, jumpstarted their transition game and got under Andrew Bogut’s skin in Game 5, jumping out to a 22-point lead before weathering the

Warriors’ frenetic fourth quarter rally. Game 6 is Thursday night in Oakland. Golden State leads the series 3-2. Andre Iguodala had 25 points and 12 rebounds, Ty Lawson had 19 points and 10 assists and Faried had 13 points and 10 boards. Stephen Curry finished 1 of 7 from 3 and scored 15. Harrison Barnes led Golden State with 23 points. The Associated Press

Paying tribute

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The number Jason Collins wore while with the Boston Celtics and the Washington Wizards to honour Matthew Shepard, a gay University of Wyoming student who was robbed and beaten to death in 1998.

“There are so many professional athletes, there are so many human beings that live a dark life, that are scared to expose it because of the exposure of sports and what people may think about them,” Paul Pierce said. “I think what he did was a great thing just to open the door for a number of athletes who probably now are going to have the courage to come out.” Rivers said Collins told him

NHL STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS

CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS

CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS

EASTERN CONFERENCE

EASTERN CONFERENCE

MIAMI (1) VS MILWAUKEE (8)

PITTSBURGH (1) VS. N.Y. ISLANDERS (8)

(BEST-OF-7 — All Times Eastern)

(Miami wins series 4-0)

NEW YORK (2) VS BOSTON (7)

(New York leads series 3-1) Sunday’s result Boston 97 New York 90 (OT) Wednesday’s game Boston at New York, 7 p.m.

INDIANA (3) VS ATLANTA (6)

(Series tied 2-2) Monday’s result Atlanta 102 Indiana 91 Wednesday’s game Atlanta at Indiana, 8 p.m.

BROOKLYN (4) VS CHICAGO (5)

(Chicago leads series 3-2) Monday’s result Brooklyn 110 Chicago 91 Thursday’s game Brooklyn at Chicago, 8 p.m.

WESTERN CONFERENCE OKLAHOMA CITY (1) VS HOUSTON (8)

(Oklahoma City leads series 3-1) Monday’s result Houston 105 Oklahoma City 103 Wednesday’s game Houston at Oklahoma City, 9:30 p.m.

SAN ANTONIO (2) VS L.A. LAKERS (7) (San Antonio wins series 4-0)

(Golden State leads series 3-1) Tuesday’s result Golden State at Denver Sunday’s result Golden State 115 Denver 101 Thursday’s game x-Denver at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.

L.A. CLIPPERS (4) VS MEMPHIS (5)

Denver Nuggets guard Ty Lawson passes the ball as he runs into the defence of Golden State Warrior Klay Thompson on Tuesday in Denver. Doug Pensinger/Getty images

(Series tied 2-2) Tuesday’s result Memphis at L.A. Clippers Saturday’s result Memphis 104 L.A. Clippers 83 Friday’s game x-L.A. Clippers at Memphis, TBD x — played only if necessary.

ESPN says it regrets reporter’s comments ESPN says that it regrets the “distraction” caused by one of its reporters who described Jason Collins as a sinner after the NBA centre publicly revealed that he was gay. Chris Broussard, who covers the NBA for ESPN, had said on the air that Collins and others in the NBA who engage in premarital sex or adultery were “walking in open rebellion to God, and to Jesus Christ.” Broussard, a former reporter for The New York Times, spoke during ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” program Monday discussing Collins’ announcement. ESPN’s Josh Krulewitz said the network regrets that a discussion of personal viewpoints became a “distraction.” The network offered its own view of Collins’ news: “ESPN is fully committed to diversity and welcomes Jason Collins’ announcement,” he said. The Associated Press

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he was gay “a couple of days” before his announcement Monday on Sports Illustrated’s website. “I don’t know if (I was) surprised, or really didn’t care one way or the other,” Rivers said. “It’s a non-factor to me. And I know it is a factor to a lot of people. I just have never understood why anyone cares about what someone else does. “He told me he was coming out and I told him, ‘Great, you know, good. Let’s move forward.’ And I jokingly said, ‘I wish you could have gotten me more rebounds,’ because that’s all I care about.” The seven-foot Collins played 32 games for the Celtics in his only season with them before being traded on Feb. 21 to Washington. He is now a free agent.

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Wednesday’s game NY Islanders at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m. Friday’s game NY Islanders at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m.

MONTREAL (2) VS. OTTAWA (7) Thursday’s game Ottawa at Montreal, 7 p.m. Friday’s game Ottawa at Montreal, 7 p.m.

WASHINGTON (3) VS. N.Y. RANGERS (6) Thursday’s game NY Rangers at Washington, 7:30 p.m. Saturday’s game NY Rangers at Washington, 12:30 p.m.

BOSTON (4) VS. TORONTO (5) Wednesday’s game Toronto at Boston, 7 p.m. Saturday’s game Toronto at Boston, 7 p.m.

WESTERN CONFERENCE CHICAGO (1) VS. MINNESOTA (8) Tuesday’s result Minnesota at Chicago Friday’s game Minnesota at Chicago, 9:30 p.m.

ANAHEIM (2) VS. DETROIT (7) Tuesday’s result Detroit at Anaheim Thursday’s game Detroit at Anaheim, 10 p.m.

VANCOUVER (3) VS. SAN JOSE (6) Wednesday’s game San Jose at Vancouver, 10:30 p.m. Friday’s game San Jose at Vancouver, 10 p.m.

ST. LOUIS (4) VS. LOS ANGELES (5) Tuesday’s result Los Angeles at St. Louis Thursday’s game Los Angeles at St. Louis, 9:30 p.m. x — played only if necessary.

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WEST DIVISION Texas Oakland Seattle Los Angeles Houston

Tuesday’s results Detroit 6 Minnesota 1 Cleveland 14 Philadelphia 2 Toronto 9 Boston 7 Houston at N.Y. Yankees Chicago White Sox at Texas Tampa Bay at Kansas City L.A. Angels at Oakland Baltimore at Seattle Wednesday’s games — All Times Eastern Minnesota (Diamond 1-2) at Detroit (Sanchez 3-1), 1:08 p.m. L.A. Angels (Wilson 2-0) at Oakland (Milone 3-2), 3:35 p.m. Philadelphia (Lee 2-1) at Cleveland (Bauer 0-1), 7:05 p.m. Houston (Bedard 0-2) at N.Y. Yankees (Phelps 1-1), 7:05 p.m. Boston (Buchholz 5-0) at Toronto (Buehrle 1-1), 7:07 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Sale 2-2) at Texas (Tepesch 2-1), 8:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Hellickson 1-2) at Kansas City (Mendoza 0-1), 8:10 p.m. Baltimore (Chen 2-2) at Seattle (Harang 0-3), 10:10 p.m.

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• Type. Four-door, front- /allwheel-drive wagon • Engine (hp): 3.3-litre DOHC V6 (290) • Transmission. Six-speed automatic • Base price (incl. destination) $31,900

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The driving distance from Veracruz, Mexico, to Santa Fe, N.M., is more than 2,500 km But Hyundai’s recently retired Veracruz wagon and the 2013 Santa Fe are much closer. Until its demise following the 2012 model year, the Veracruz represented Hyundai’s mainstay transport for people requiring accommodations for up to seven-passengers and their belongings. Its drawbacks, including a hefty 4,300-pound base weight, eventually placed it out of the running. The Veracruz’s capacity, if not its name, has been replaced by the Santa Fe, or at least one version of the Santa Fe. For the

Design

The Santa Fe’s trimmer, sleeker design also places it higher on the attractiveness scale. Abandoned is the soap-dish shape that was in evidence with first and second-generation wagons. Along the sides and rear deck, the sheet metal is now as crisp as a starched shirt, while the grille copies a familiar Hyundai style.

2013 model year Hyundai has seen fit to create both a fiveplace model, called the Santa Fe Sport, plus an extended-length model with four inches added between the front and rear wheels that can seat six or seven, depending on the configuration. The Santa Fe now closely matches the boxier Veracruz’s total cargo capacity, but is lighter by about 320 pounds. The Santa Fe’s interior reveals that Hyundai is really getting the hang of what constitutes great interior design. From the sculpted dashboard and door panels to the inwardly angled primary gauges, the look is strictly premium, even without the available leather seat coverings or eight-inch touch-screen display. The base GLS is fitted with a solid array of content but stops short of going overboard. For that you’ll need to move up to the Limited that comes with dual-zone climate control, eight-way power driver’s seat, heated second-row seat, power

Steering

Another feature is the Driver Selectable Steering Mode, which has Comfort, Normal and Sport settings. Selecting Comfort reduces steering effort by 10 per cent and aids parking maneuverability. Inversely, the Sport position firms up the steering by the same amount and increases “on-centre feel” for better highway control.

All wheel drive

AWD increases the Santa Fe’s $29,200 base price by $1,750, but is well worth it for the added control and peace of mind in slippery, muddy conditions. The system has been engineered to shift torque to a single wheel, if necessary, depending on weather and driving conditions. The 3.3 litre V6 engine (290 hp)

By comparison

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Nissan Pathfinder Base price: $31,800

Inside there is ample room for all. Six or seven can be seated.

tailgate, rearview camera, pushbutton start and 19-inch alloy wheels. Heading an extensive list of options is a panoramic sunroof, eight-inch touchscreen navigation system and a 550-watt 12-speaker premium audio package. With its enlarged dimensions, the attractive Santa Fe provides more of everything to more people. Factor in a thrifty V6 and the technological improvements and it’s a certainty that most Hyundai shoppers won’t miss the Veracruz.

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Chevrolet Traverse Base price: $34,550

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Ford Flex Base price: $31,200

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April 21 - May 21 Mars in your birth sign endows you with self-confidence but with Saturn also in the picture, be cautious. Whatever you choose to do, it will have repercussions.

Gemini

Sagittarius

May 22 - June 21 It may seem to other people that you are easily manipulated but it isn’t the truth — and it gives you an advantage. Let your rivals think you are weak then, when they are least expecting it, you can hit back.

Nov. 23 - Dec. 21 You may be laid back but some people can be fussy and no doubt certain individuals will have a good moan today. Find ways to blot them out of your consciousness.

Cancer

Capricorn

June 22 - July 23 Decide what it is you want to do, then look for ways to pay for it. If you are thinking about changing what you do for a living, put job satisfaction at the top of your list.

Dec. 22 - Jan. 20 It all seems to be coming together now. What could go wrong? Quite a lot actually. With Mars opposing your ruler Saturn today, you need to keep your wits about you. Who do you trust? Only yourself.

Leo

Aquarius

July 24 - Aug. 23 You may feel you got less than you deserve from some kind of service but don’t make a fuss about it. You will soon get a chance to improve your status. You are in fact in quite a strong bargaining position.

Jan. 21 - Feb. 19 Be honest about your feelings today and make sure everyone else is honest about theirs too. Some of things you hear won’t be pretty but it will be better if everything is out in the open.

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TM The Hyundai names, logos, product names, feature names, images and slogans are trademarks owned by Hyundai Auto Canada Corp. †Finance offers available O.A.C. from Hyundai Financial Services based on a new 2013 Accent 4 Door L 6-Speed Manual/Elantra L 6-Speed Manual/Sonata GL Auto/Tucson L 5-Speed Manual with an annual finance rate of 0% for 84 months. Bi-weekly payments are $69/$79/$120/$119. No down payment required. Cost of Borrowing is $0. Finance offers include Delivery and Destination of $1,495/$1,495/$1,565/$1,760 fees, levies, and all applicable charges (excluding GST/PST). Finance Offers exclude registration, insurance, PPSA and license fees. Delivery and destination charge includes freight, P.D.E., dealer admin fees and a full tank of gas. Financing example: 2013 Elantra L 6-Speed Manual for $14,380 at 0% per annum equals $79 bi-weekly for 84 months for a total obligation of $14,380. Cash price is $14,380. Cost of Borrowing is $0. Example price includes Delivery and Destination of $1,495, fees, levies, and all applicable charges (excluding GST/PST). Example price excludes registration, insurance, PPSA and license fees. ʈFuel consumption for 2013 Accent 4 Door L 6-Speed Manual (HWY 5.3L/100KM; City 7.1L/100KM)/ Elantra Sedan L 6-Speed Manual (HWY 5.2L/100KM; City 7.1L/100KM)/ Sonata GL Auto (HWY 5.6L/100KM; City 8.7L/100KM)/Tucson L 5-Speed Manual (HWY 7.7L/100KM; City 10.4L/100KM) are based on Energuide. Actual fuel efficiency may vary based on driving conditions and the addition of certain vehicle accessories. Fuel economy figures are used for comparison purposes only. ʕPrice of models shown: 2013 Accent 4 Door GLS Auto/ Elantra Limited/ Sonata Limited/Tucson Limited AWD are $20,230/$24,930/$30,700/$34,245. Prices include Delivery and Destination charges of $1,495/$1,495/$1,565/$1,760, fees, levies, and all applicable charges (excluding GST/PST). Prices exclude registration, insurance, PPSA and license fees. ΩPrice adjustments are calculated against the vehicle’s starting price. Price adjustments of up to $2,500/$3,100/$4,000/$250 available on 2013 Accent 4 Door L 6-Speed Manual/Elantra L 6-Speed Manual/Sonata GL Auto/Tucson L 5-Speed Manual. Price adjustments applied before taxes. Offer cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other available offers. Offer is non-transferable and cannot be assigned. No vehicle trade-in required. *Purchase, finance or lease an in-stock 2013 Accent/Elantra/Elantra Coupe/Elantra GT/Veloster/Genesis Coupe/Sonata/Sonata HEV/Santa Fe Sport/Santa Fe XL/Tucson/2012 Sonata HEV during the Double Savings Event and you will receive one $0.99 per litre Esso Price Privileges Fuel Card (including applicable taxes). The $0.99 per litre Esso Price Privileges Card is issued by Esso and is subject to the terms and conditions of the Esso Price Privileges Fuel Card agreement. Customers in the provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador, Prince Edward Island (collectively, “Atlantic Provinces”) and Quebec will receive a maximum benefit of $0.55 per litre in the event that gas prices increase above $1.54 during the card activation period. Customers in the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba will receive a maximum benefit of $0.50 per litre in the event that gas prices increase above $1.49 during the card activation period. Customers in the Atlantic Provinces, Quebec, Manitoba and Ontario will receive a minimum discount of $0.30 per litre in the event that gas prices decrease below $1.29 per litre in these provinces. All Fuel Cards expire on December 31st, 2013. Fuel cards are valid only at participating Esso retail locations (excluding the province of British Columbia) and are not redeemable for cash. Fuel Cards cannot be used in the province of British Columbia. Fuel Cards can only be used on Regular, Extra and Premium motor vehicle grade fuel purchases only. Price with Fuel Card of $0.99 per litre applies to Regular grade fuel only. Price with Fuel Card on Extra and Premium grade fuels are $1.12 and $1.18 per litre, respectively. Price Privileges Card must be used in combination with another form of payment accepted at Esso stations in Canada (excluding British Columbia) and is redeemable in-store only. Only one Price Privileges Card can be used per transaction. Based on Energuide combined fuel consumption rating for the 2013 Accent Auto (6.3L/100km)/Elantra Auto (6.3L/100km)/Elantra Coupe Auto (6.6L/100km)/Elantra GT Auto (6.6L/100km)/Veloster 1.6L Auto (6.3L/100km)/Genesis Coupe 2.0L Auto (8.6L/100km)/Sonata 2.4L Auto (7.3L/100km)/Sonata HEV Auto (5.2L/100km)/Tucson 2.0L Auto (8.2L/100km)/Santa Fe Sport 2.4L FWD Auto (8.6L/100km)/2012 Sonata HEV Auto (5.3L/100km) and the combined fuel consumption rating for the 2013 Santa Fe XL 3.3L FWD (9.9L/100km) as determined by the Manufacturer as shown on www.hyundaicanada.com at 15,400km/year which is the yearly average driving distance as referenced by Transport Canada’s Provincial Light Vehicle Fleet Statistics, 2011, minus one full tank of fuel provided at the time of delivery of 2013 Accent (43L), Elantra (48L), Elantra Coupe (50L), Elantra GT (50L), Veloster (50L), Genesis Coupe (65L), Sonata (70L), Sonata HEV (65L), Tucson (58L), Santa Fe Sport (66L), Santa Fe XL (71L), 2012 Sonata HEV (65L), this is equivalent to $0.99 per litre gas up to a total of 725 Litres (2013 Accent/Elantra/Elantra Coupe/Elantra GT/Veloster), 800 Litres (2013 Sonata/2013 Sonata HEV/2012 Sonata HEV) and 1,000 Litres (2013 Genesis Coupe/Tucson/Santa Fe Sport/Santa Fe XL). Actual fuel efficiency may vary based on driving conditions and the addition of certain vehicle accessories. Fuel economy figures are used for comparison purposes only. ʆGovernment 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program (www.SaferCar.gov). †Ω*ʕOffers available for a limited time, and subject to change or cancellation without notice. See dealer for complete details. Dealer may sell for less. Inventory is limited, dealer order may be required. ††Hyundai’s Comprehensive Limited Warranty coverage covers most vehicle components against defects in workmanship under normal use and maintenance conditions.

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