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slow traffic moved once it turned onto Chancellor Matheson Road and University Crescent, and he suggested having more experienced people and proper signs “so people know where to go.” Kevin Donnelly, GM of True North Sports and Entertainment, the event’s organizer, said there will be signage, and parking lots will open at 2 p.m., hours before the gates open at 5 p.m. Donnelly also confirmed park-and-rides will be available, and information on their locations should be on the Investors Group Field website by Thursday. Donnelly said taking into account the ages of the concertgoers, they’ve expanded the capacity of pickup and drop-off spots to 1,400. A checkpoint that caused delays during the June 12 Bombers game has been scrapped, he added.

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More charges. Kids taken Cancer-Care Manitoba. from orthodox Mennonites New program reaches out

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MP Shelley Glover has re-filed her election expenses with Revenue Canada after allegations of improper spending came to light.

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While many are excited the bell of Batoche may be brought back home, Manitoba Métis Federation president David Chartrand called those who offered its return “robbing thieves” for trying to sell it to the highest bidder.

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The sexual assault trial of Orthodox archbishop Seraphin Storheim will not resume until September. The Crown closed its case Tuesday and the defence has said it expects to call witnesses when the trial resumes Sept 12.

Children have been removed from an orthodox Mennonite community in southern Manitoba, where more adults have been charged with assaulting youngsters. Manitoba Family Services confirms that children from the community have been taken into care and are being placed in “culturally sensitive” locations, but would not say how many or reveal any other details. Two adults have been charged with assault and assault with a weapon against a

combined 12 children. That is in addition to similar charges laid in March against two other adults in the community. All four are accused of hitting children with objects such as cattle prods and leather whips. Defence lawyer Scott Newman, who represents the first two people charged, says the case is still in its early stages and he is awaiting more disclosure from the Crown.

Esplanade Riel. New restaurant takes over former Salisbury House space on the bridge

ing the 80-seat restaurant, replacing the lights, table, chairs, booths, floor, wallpaper, all of the equipment in the kitchen and adding a dessert stand. She says the couple hopes to operate Chez Sophie’s bridge location year-round, with private functions and special events like jazz nights attracting customers in the winter. “When you go downtown to eat, you have to park a couple blocks away anyway and do that even in the winter, so what’s the difference?” Rousseau says. “It’s Winnipeg, just dress well and take a walk. It’s worth it.” Rosie Blais agrees. The 22-year-old — who ordered the spinach and goat cheese quiche on her first visit to the new Chez Sophie — grew up and works in St. Boniface and is a big fan of the restaurant’s other location. “I love the atmosphere ... there’s something really exciting about being on the bridge.”

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A new program from CancerCare Manitoba hopes to speed access for cancer patients to be diagnosed and treated. Called the First Nations, Métis and Inuit Cancer Control program, it will help increase access for “all Manitobans facing barriers to cancer services, resulting in less stress and worry for patients and their families,” said Health Minister Theresa Oswald. The program will have several outreach services, including a patient access co-ordinator who will work to connect

patients, families and healthcare providers. Staff will also travel to First Nations and Métis gatherings around Manitoba to share information with the goal of catching cancer earlier, said Oswald. “The program will also reach out to new Canadians and other populations who face challenges in accessing cancer services due to factors such as language, geography or lack of knowledge about cancer screening, prevention and care options,” she added. METRO

Bonjour, Chez Sophie

Chez Sophie — the new restaurant on Esplanade Riel — quietly opened its doors on Monday. The Parisian restaurant, owned and operated by husband and wife Stéphane and Sophie Wild, didn’t hold an official opening, but word got around quickly. “It’s summer and everybody’s walking on the bridge and they go ‘Oh, it’s open,’” floor manager Caroline Rousseau said. “We rolled our tables twice (Wednesday) for lunch and supper will probably be the same.” Chez Sophie, which also has a 30-seat location — Chez Sophie Bistro — in St. Boniface, replaces the bridge’s previous tenant, Salisbury House. Rousseau says the Wilds invested $250,000 in renovat-

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Chez Sophie opened its doors on the Esplanade Riel Monday. JARED STORY/FOR METRO

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Guatemalan-CMHR partnership to ‘break long silence’ Winnipeg’s Canadian Museum for Human Rights has partnered with a Guatemalan organization that is building its own memorial to human rights violations in the small central American nation. Stuart Murray, president of the CMHR, signed a memorandum of understanding with the chair of Memorial Para la Concordia, Julio Solorzano Foppa, on Wednesday following a panel discussion at the University of Winnipeg. “We want to help break the long silence surrounding human rights atrocities,” said Murray. Solorzano Foppa, the son of former Guatemalan president Juan Jose Arevalo, saw his own family affected by the dictatorship of the 1980s — his mother, poet Alaide Foppa, and two

Stuart Murray, of the CMHR, and Julio Solorzano Foppa, chair of Memorial Para la Concordia. Bernice Pontanilla/Metro

brothers disappeared. Their remains have never been found. “We are, let’s say, surrounded by either indifference from one part of the population

or aggression from some sectors that do not want human rights to be part of our life, our political, social and democratic life,” he said, adding he was given a tour of the museum and found it incredible. “We’re very hopeful that this relationship (with CMHR) will grow and that we will have an impact in changing a country.” The memorandum means the two groups will share information, expertise and exhibits. Memorial de la Concordia is aiming to build a museum on the site of the National Police Historic Archives, which was accidentally discovered in 2005 and contained information on the gross human rights violations ordered by the state. Bernice Pontanilla/Metro

Premier Greg Selinger, right, watches as speakers from John de Graff Elementary school talk at the media event. Jared Story/for Metro

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Kids crave attention and lucky for them, they’ll be getting more of it. The Manitoba government aims to trim kindergarten to Grade 3 class sizes, with the goal of more one-on-one teacher and student interaction. North Kildonan

Two men stabbed after trying to stop alleged thief Winnipeg police are probing an assault in the 200 block of Edison Avenue. Two men told police they saw an unknown man inside a neighbour’s vehicle shortly after 12:30 a.m. Wednesday. When they confronted the suspect, he stabbed them both before running away. Both men were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The suspect is described as aboriginal, 17- to 22-yearsold, about 6 feet tall and with a mole on his face. Anyone with information should call police at 204986-6219 or CrimeStoppers at 204-786-TIPS. metro

Wednesday at John de Graff Elementary School, Premier Greg Selinger announced an investment of more than $15 million to renovate or build 28 classrooms in six school divisions across the province, including two new classrooms at John de Graff. “The schools are chosen based on the demand and the amount of pressure in the school to have additional classrooms,” Selinger said. “For example (John de Graff) has 400 children. In a K-5 school there’s lots of pressure and two additional classrooms will allow us to

meet the objective of getting it down to about 20 children per class. Currently in Manitoba, there are five new schools under construction or in the design phase in Thompson, Winkler and Winnipeg. In February, the Manitoba government announced an additional $4 million to hire teachers across the province, another part of its initiative to cap K to Grade 3 classes at 20 students by 2017. The Premier said much of the capital for these early education investments is coming out of the recent PST increase.

Crime. Police kept busy with string of robberies Is it the nice weather? The mosquitoes driving them crazy? For whatever reason, Winnipeg police were kept busy with a string of robberies. First, police arrested three male teens accused of robbing a 23-year-old man in the area of McMeans Avenue East and Kildare Avenue East on Tuesday. The teens demanded and received the man’s personal property before running away. Police caught up with them and arrested two 16-year-olds and a 17-year-old. Police are also on the hunt for a bank robber who robbed a bank just before 2 p.m. in the 200 block of Portage Avenue, with the second coming in at about 3 p.m. in the 1400 block of Portage Avenue. The suspect is described as

black, about 5 foot 5 inches tall, 35-40 years old with a shaved/ bald head. Police are looking, too, for a thief who robbed a disabled man of his medications. The theft was in the 400 block of Pacific Avenue shortly after 3:30 p.m. Two men, one confined to a wheelchair, told police an unknown man snatched a duffel bag off the wheelchair. The bag contained medications belonging to both victims, including 240 Tylenol 3, 177 Xanax and 59 Restoril. And finally, police are looking for a man who they say robbed a restaurant in the 800 block of Henderson Highway around 11 a.m. Police are looking for a white man, 30, about 5 foot nine inches tall with a medium to heavy build. Metro


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High school could be bad for your health High school may improve students’ minds, but it does the opposite for their bodies. A new study from the University of Waterloo suggests Canadian students in Grade 12 are in worse health than their younger high-school peers. The research, published in the latest issue of the journal BMC Public Health, found that by the time students reach senior year, they’re at a significantly increased risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes and lung cancer. It shows that over four years of high school, the number of smokers went up 170 per cent, binge drinking jumped 167 per cent and marijuana use rose by 124 per cent. What’s more, the vast majority of students — more than 89 per cent — didn’t meet Health Canada’s guidelines for minimum physical activity and barely seven per cent reported eating enough fruit and vegetables. The study’s co-author, Scott Leatherdale, says the

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• The study used data collected from more than 31,000 high school students in nine provinces who filled out the substance use section of the 2010-11 Canadian Youth Smoking Survey. • The national schoolbased survey is funded by Health Canada and co-ordinated by the University of Waterloo. One Canadian study finds students in senior grades are at a higher risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes and lung cancer. istock images

fact that large proportions of graduating students fail to meet the most basic healthy living recommendations is cause for concern. Having even one of the risk factors measured can increase the likelihood of disease, and by Grade 12, the average stu-

dent shows three, he said. Students in higher grades appear to be at the greatest risk, he added. “The only way to avoid a large future burden of preventable disease is to develop more integrated and realworld models of intervention in Canadian high schools,” he said in a statement. the canadian press

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Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, right, walks with Bob Rae after a press conference on Wednesday on Parliament Hill, where Rae announced his resignation. Sean Kilpatrick/the canadian press

Bob Rae leaves politics to focus on new role MP resignation. Former Liberal leader to negotiate for First Nations in Ring of Fire mining development Bob Rae, a fixture on Canada’s political scene for more than three decades, is giving up his seat in the House of Commons to devote himself to work on behalf of First Nations in northern Ontario. Rae said he is leaving politics so he can focus on his new role as chief negotiator for First Nations in talks with the province about development of the Ring of Fire mining development in northern Ontario. Summer break

“This is going to be a major undertaking,” an emotional Rae told a surprise news conference Wednesday in the foyer of the House of Commons. “It’s clear to me that it will take a lot more time and it simply isn’t possible to do both jobs at the same time.” The 64-year-old’s unexpected announcement caps a political career that has spanned 35 years and two parties. Rae began in politics as a New Democrat and later shifted to the federal Liberals, even seeking the party leadership at one point. He was first elected to the Commons in a 1978 byelection, but moved to Ontario provincial politics four years later, when he became provCorruption charges

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incial NDP leader and later served as premier. In 2006, having joined the Liberals, he unsuccessfully sought the party leadership, but won a seat in the Commons in 2008, becoming interim leader after Michael Ignatieff lost his seat in the 2011 election. the canadian press

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All parties agreed Tuesday to end the most bitter spring sitting of Parliament since Harper’s Conservatives came to power more than seven years ago. Proceedings had devolved into acrimonious mudslinging. the canadian press

Montreal will have its next interim mayor — the third mayor in less than a year — early next week. The city clerk’s office has announced a vote will be held during a special meeting of council next Tuesday. the canadian press

A WikiLeaks spokesman who claims to represent Edward Snowden has reached out to government officials in Iceland about the possibility of the NSA leaker applying for asylum, officials there said Wednesday. the associated press


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Serena Williams backtracks on rape comment Unforced error. Tennis star reaches out to Steubenville victim after ‘hurtful’ remarks

Brazilian rioters wreak havoc in protest over poor services Riot police aim their weapons at protesters gathering near Castelao stadium in Fortaleza, Brazil, on Wednesday. Protesters cut off the main access road to the stadium where Brazil played Mexico in the Confederations Cup on Wednesday afternoon. Scattered street demonstrations popped up around Brazil as protesters decried the low-quality public services they receive in exchange for high taxes and rising prices. Leaders in Brazil’s two biggest cities said they have reversed an increase in bus and subway fares that ignited outrage across the nation. Andre Penner/the associated press

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“I am deeply sorry for what was written in the Rolling Stone article. What was written — what I supposedly said — is insensitive and hurtful, and I by no means would say or insinuate that she was at all to blame.” Serena Williams why was she that drunk where she doesn’t remember? It could have been much worse. She’s lucky,” Williams said. Williams, ranked No. 1 in the world in women’s tennis, said she was reaching out to the girl’s family to apologize. torstar news service


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Retail. Loblaw tests new smaller discount grocery store format in Calgary Canada’s largest grocer is trying out a new discount small-store format in a bid to attract more customers in urban areas. Loblaw Cos. Ltd. said it opened the new 10,000-square-foot store a few weeks ago in Calgary. The location, named Box by No Frills, offers “hard discounts and an everyday low price” on groceries and other merchandise, Sarah Davis, Loblaw’s chief financial officer, said in a conference call Wednesday. “We are trying that as a pilot to see, ‘Is it something that we can infill in a lot of areas of Canada because it’s

Indiegogo defends Crackstarter campaign Crowdfunding. Website co-founder says effort to raise money for alleged crack video was about giving power to people

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only 10,000 square feet?’” she told investors from the company’s Brampton, Ont., headquarters. The Canadian Press

Super sermon. Warner Bros. tries to promote Man of Steel from the pulpit Seems Warner Bros. has taken movie marketing to a whole new level — even higher than a bird or a plane. The studio enlisted Christian-focused firm Grace Hill Media to promote Man of Steel to faith-based groups by inviting them to early screenings and creating trailers that highlight the film’s religious themes. They also enlisted Craig Detweiler, a Pepperdine University professor and author of Into the Dark: Seeing the Sacred in the Top Films of the 21st Century, to create a Superman-

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centric sermon outline for pastors titled Jesus: The Original Superhero. “Let’s consider how Superman’s humble origins, his high calling and his transforming sacrifice point us towards Jesus, the original superhero,” the notes read. The tale of Superman has long been associated with religious allegories. Man of Steel, which stars Henry Cavill in the titular role, doesn’t shy away from that theme, including portraying the character as 33 years old, having him seek counsel at a church in a time of crisis and forming a cross-like pose while floating in space. The Associated Press

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A campaign that raised $200,000 to purchase an alleged video appearing to show Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack was a “beautiful example” of the fundraising power of the Internet, says the website that hosted the controversial crusade. “That campaign really just speaks to what crowdfunding is about, which is giving the power to people to decide what matters to them and to fund what matters to them,” said Danae Ringelmann, co-founder of crowdfunding website Indiegogo. The video fundraising campaign was launched by Gawker, a U.S. website whose editor John Cook claimed he’d watched the video, which was

This is the illustration that appeared on the crowdfunding website Indiegogo for the Crackstarter campaign, started by Gawker, which aimed to raise enough money to buy a video that allegedly shows Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack. The crowdfunding goal was surpassed with $201,204 raised. screen grab/Indiegogo.com

being shopped around for $200,000 by drug dealers. Ford has said the alleged video does not exist and that he does not use crack cocaine. Ringelmann said crowd-

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to see, crowdfunding enables people to vote with their dollar to fund what they’d like to see come to life, whether it’s a video of a politician or a baby or a film.” The Canadian Press

Dolce, Gabbana convicted of tax evasion A Milan court on Wednesday convicted the designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana of tax evasion. They were found guilty of failing to declare 200 million euros (about $273 million) through a Luxembourg company to authorities and given a one-year-and-eightmonths suspended jail sentence. They were ordered to pay a penalty of about $682,000 to tax authorities. The court, however, acquitted them of misrepre-

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senting income of about $568 million each, even though the statute of limitations had expired on the charge. The designers have denied the charges. Defence lawyer Massimo Dinoia pledged to appeal the ruling, saying the fact the court issued an acquittal on a charge that had expired, instead of just letting it fall to the statute of limitations, “means the proof of their innocence is evident.” The Associated Press

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HBC is ‘in the entertainment business’: CEO Retail. Chain should be a place where people can hang out, AGM hears Hudson’s Bay Co. says the only way its business will continue to thrive is for it to move away from being seen as just a department store. “We believe we need to be in more than the business of selling commodity items,” chief executive Richard Baker said at the company’s annual general meeting Wednesday. “We’re in the entertainment business. We don’t just offer products. We deliver an experience.” Baker said Hudson’s Bay is

Hudson’s Bay Company president Liz Rodbell, right, and vice-chairman Bonnie Brooks attend the company’s AGM in Toronto on Wednesday. The Canadian Press

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hang out. For example, he said this may include a family heading to one of their flagship stores to eat lunch, browse home products, buy shoes or take an espresso break at the bar. “Every customer touchpoint is an opportunity to stimulate, to excite, to be memorable,” he said. “Creating this holistic experience entices customers to our stores as much as the merchandise itself.” Speaking to a room full of shareholders, Baker said the country’s largest department store chain knows the importance of growing its online business to reach industry levels, typically 10 per cent of a retailer’s overall business. The Canadian Press

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Mining association names its first female chair Zoe Yujnovich, president and CEO of the Iron Ore Co. of Canada, has been named chair of the Mining Association of Canada, the group said Wednesday. She’s the first woman to hold the position in the group’s 78-year history. The Canadian Press

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IT’S BEAN THE ONLY REMEDY I woke up, possibly from the sound of my Damn you, Charles Darwin. back screaming at me, and suddenly my life was My back hurts all the time and its origin is bags of frozen green beans, kneeling to look in you. If it weren’t for evolution, I’d be on all fours, the fridge, and attempting to put socks on withwith my spine on the straight and narrow. Inout using my hands. stead, I’m upright, crooked and twisted, all the Back pain is the most ignoble of all injuries weight of the world (and evolutionary history) — too painful to be ignored, but not dramatic on my lower back. enough to be pitied. Or if the creationists are right, then God has There are no songs sung about heroes who a Robaxacet doll that he keeps sticking needles suffered through lumbago, no Hollywood films in. where an ingenue dies because of a cruel twist But it’s probably Darwin. of torso. Its place in popular culture is to show I would have been so much happier as a HE SAYS you how much of a buffoon a sitcom dad is — oh, spineless, lower form of life, like a slug or a perhis aching back! sonal-injury lawyer. Instead I’m the guy at the John Mazerolle Four out of five adults suffer occasional back far right of the March of Progress illustration, metronews.ca pain — so all the dentists, if I understand statisthe one holding the small of his back and with a tics — which means you get no sympathy for your pain, only sound bubble that says %&$#?@!. My injury is particularly pathetic. Not only was I not exerting stories of much worse back pain, possibly due to the bigger fish they were reeling in that got away. myself in any way, I wasn’t even doing something embarrassing You can’t even show it off, like a scar or a broken leg. It’s comlike reaching for the remote or picking up a dropped Cheeto. pletely hidden, beneath that frozen bag of green beans. (I find I was asleep.

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Trip out on this opiate rock BACKSTAGE PASS

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra is the product of New Zealand native Ruban Nielson, who makes fuzzed-out, psychedelic grooves during sleepless nights in his Portland, Oregon basement. The nocturnal music maker — formerly of Kiwi noise rock band The Mint Chicks — started UMO in spring of 2010, when he anonymously posted the track Ffunny Ffrends to his Bandcamp profile. The trippy tune caught the attention of some popular bloggers and UMO has since made two full-length albums, including II, released in February on Jagjaguwar. UMO’s psychoactive/retrospective sound can partly be attributed to Nielson’s affinity for analog recording techniques. He uses multiple tape recorders in combination with Pro Tools audio software. “I’ll record to tape and then to Pro Tools or I’ll record with Pro Tools and then re-amp to tape,” Nielson says. “Most of the tracks end up having tape involved on some level. Tape just sounds way better to me.” “When people talk about

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra. They’re bringing their lo-fi brand of rock to the West End Cultural Centre on Friday

• Details. Winnipeg indie pop band Royal Canoe open. Tickets are $15 at the WECC, Music Trader, Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store and Ticketmaster. Showtime is 8 p.m.

what’s better about the modern recording era, they talk and they talk and they talk, but none of the stuff they say is about the way it sounds. Even if you’re making a dub step record, it would sound better if you used tape in some way. It’s just better. Convenience is the only thing that makes people not record analog.” Nielson — who is joined in UMO by bassist Jake Portrait and drummer Riley Geare — says he enjoys recording alone. But he wants to try bringing in other people on the third UMO album, having recently worked with engineers Russell Elevado (D’Angelo, Al Green) and Mark Ronson (Amy Winehouse, Adele). “I just want the records to get better and better,” Nielson says. “I don’t necessarily want to trade in what’s working for something different, but there’s only so far I can take it by myself. It’s a lot of work to do an entire record by you. It gets exhausting. It would be nice to just be an artist for a few days, just getting to concentrate on music and not everything else.”

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Brad Pitt crossed his Zs for new film Brad Pitt wanted to build a better blockbuster. During the years Hollywood shifted toward increasingly bigger spectacles and superhero tentpoles, one of the movies’ biggest stars largely stayed on the sidelines, focusing instead on ambitious ensembles. But the zombie apocalypse World War Z, which opens Friday, is Pitt’s bold, long-gestating, big-budget effort to enter the franchise fray. It’s been a humbling crusade. “These films are much more difficult than I realized,” Pitt said in a recent interview over coffee at a restaurant off Times Square. Based on the 2006 sci-fi novel World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks (son of Mel), the $200-million-plus film has had a rocky path to theatres. It’s gone through a swarm of screenwriters, several key crew changes, a postponed release date and, most notably, a reshot ending. But most moviegoers that

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Brad Pitt’s experience making World War Z was humbling. the associated press

make it to the film — far from the flop many predicted — will likely wonder what all the fuss was about. The reviews have largely been positive for World War Z, a riveting, brisk thriller with a refreshingly — and, for summer movies, atypically — human protagonist who relies purely on his intellect and experience as he shuttles around the world trying to solve the zombie pandemic that’s engulfed most of the planet. Pitt’s former United Nations investigator has no superpowers, no gun, and as Pitt says, “can’t even run that fast.” The Associated Press

Mireille Enos (second right from Brad Pitt) stars in World War Z, which opens this Friday. handout

World War Z. What sets this zombie movie apart from other summer thrillers is the familial realities weaved in the story, says Mireille Enos Steve Gow

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Society has become obsessed with the undead. Not only are zombie movies persistent fixtures of the multiplex but the walking dead can be seen on television, in video games and even read about in published guides to surviving fictional outbreaks. So with World War Z set to open, how does star Mireille Enos think the film will fare in such a saturated market? “Well, on an action level, we have the fastest zombies,” offered the actress during an interview in Manhattan. “There’s also the family story, which is a survival

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story, and then there’s a global story — the zombies I think act as metaphor for the different crises on our planet.” Metaphors aside, World War Z (which itself is based loosely on a hit novel) may be more noteworthy as Brad Pitt’s first such shot at the zombie genre. In fact, Pitt also produced the film in which he plays a United Nations’ investigator forced to abandon his loving wife (Enos) and children to explore an uncontrollable global viral outbreak that turns ordinary citizens into flesh-eaters. “I think that’s why he’s the star that he is — he’s an everyman and he’s such a normal guy that people see themselves and respond to

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“I think that’s why he’s the star that he is — he’s an everyman and he’s such a normal guy that people see themselves and respond to that.” Actress Mireille Enos on her World War Z co-star Brad Pitt.

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that,” says Enos of Pitt’s appeal as a family man-turnedreluctant hero. “He’s obviously a family man himself and loves that role. You can just feel it every time he talks about his family.” As filmmaker Marc Forster has insisted, it was important to ground the thriller in that level of familial realism. And, Enos adds, it’s especially vital in a summer filled with extraordinary superheroes and far-flung space adventures. “(Brad’s character is) not a superhero even though he’s an action hero,” said Enos. “He just wanted to play it as a dad with a set of skills but he’s just doing his job.” Everything Enos

• The best zombie movie ever? “This is my favourite because it’s the only one I’ve ever seen,” laughed Enos. “I don’t do well with (film’s that are) gory. Luckily, ours is action-packed, full of suspense.” • Shine on, bright star. Alongside her hit TV show The Killing, Enos is a rising movie star in Hollywood with no less than three projects hitting theatres.


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METRO DISH OUR TAKE ON THE WORLD OF CELEBRITIES The Word

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Sopranos star James Gandolfini dies at 51 James Gandolfini, who won three Emmys for his role as Tony Soprano on HBO’s The Sopranos, reportedly died in Italy Tuesday after suffering a heart attack, TMZ reports. Gandolfini, who was 51, was in Italy to attend the 59th Taormina Film Festival in Sicily. He first garnered fame playing a hitman in 1993’s

True Romance. But it was his role as the brash, troubled mob boss Tony Soprano that earned him legions of fans of the six-season HBO series. Gandolfini is survived by his wife, Deborah Lin, who gave birth to the couple’s daughter in October. He has a teenage son from a previous marriage. METRO NEW YORK

Katy Perry can’t stay away from the fireworks For her first appearance on the cover of Vogue, Katy Perry isn’t holding much back, especially about her split from ex-husband Russell Brand. “Let’s just say I haven’t heard from him since he texted me saying he was divorcing me December 31, 2011,” she tells the magazine. As for why their marriage didn’t work out? “I think a lot of times strong men do want

an equal, but when they get that equal they’re like, ‘I can’t handle it,’” she says. Perry also addresses her romance with John Mayer, quashing rumours they’re together again. “It’s over, I was madly in love with him. I still am madly in love with him,” she says. “Beautiful mind, tortured soul. I do have to figure out why I am attracted to these broken birds.”

Paula Deen revealed as racist jerk? THE WORD

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The fearless National Enquirer claims to have unearthed a video of famed “chef” Paula Deen allegedly admitting to using the N-word as well as making a myriad of terrible racist jokes, aimed at African Americans and Jewish people. The Enquirer claims Deen was filmed in a May 17 deposition to defend herself and her brother Bubba Hiers against a giant lawsuit filed by the former general man-

ager of their Savannah, Ga., restaurant. Metro has not seen the video, so we have no way of verifying its authenticity. Lisa Jackson is suing the family for use of defamatory language by Deen and sexual harassment and infliction of distress and assault by Hiers. The worst from the tape? The Inquirer alleges Deen admits to saying that she wanted “black waiters to play the role of slaves in a wedding party she was planning.” Deen also reportedly gave several examples of when she used the N-word and fesses up to making racist jokes about “Jewish people, rednecks, black folks... I can’t determine what offends another person.” Her defence is “they’re jokes.” Actually, no they aren’t. Even in Georgia, those aren’t jokes.

Miley Cyrus isn’t being shy when it comes to her opinions on drugs and alcohol. “I think alcohol is way more dangerous than marijuana — people can be mad at me for saying that, but I don’t care. I’ve seen a lot of people spiral down with alcohol, but I’ve never

seen that happen with weed,” she tells Rolling Stone during an online Q&A. “As long as it isn’t illegal, there are far more dangerous things. And it’s legal in the state of California. So I’m happy to live in California, a place where you can be whoever you want to be.”

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Sunnies are shaping up for a celluloid summer with a range of trends that dovetail with some of Hollywood’s newest and oldest hits. We look at how you can shop the most fashionable movies frame by frame. Richard Peckett Metro World News

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Creamy sauce dresses up meat This mouth-watering dish takes no time at all to prepare and the reward is delicious! The pink peppercorn crust is complimented so well by the creamy, cheesy Canadian Cambozola sauce. This one is sure to please your family, guests or even just yourself.

1. Bring steaks to room temperature, about 20 minutes. Pre-heat barbecue to medium-high heat. 2. In a small bowl whisk together garlic, olive oil, Worcestershire sauce and thyme. Brush steaks with marinade and firmly coat with the peppercorns reserving a 1/2 tsp (2 ml) to garnish sauce. 3. Place steaks on a greased grill in the centre (to allow even heat circulation). Grill covered, turning once, until steaks are medium-rare, about 8 minutes or until desired doneness. Transfer to a cutting board and let steaks stand 6 minutes before

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• 2 strip loin steaks, each about 8 oz (250 g) • 2 cloves garlic, grated • 1 tbsp (15 ml) olive oil • 2 tsp (10 ml) Worcestershire sauce • 1 tsp (5 ml) dried thyme • 1 1/2 tbsp (22 ml) pink peppercorns, crushed and divided Creamy Cambozola Sauce • 1 1/2 tbsp (22 ml) unsalted butter • 1 clove garlic, minced • 1/2 cup (125 ml) 35% whipping cream • 1/4 lb (125 g) Canadian Cambozola, Gorgonzola or Blue cheese, crumbled • 1 tsp (5 ml) grated lemon zest

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minutes. Slowly, whisk in cheese until pieces melt. Stir in lemon zest.

5. Serve sauce on the side or on top of a portion of the steak and garnish with re-

New York steak of mind Although this New York Strip Steak recipe calls for the steak to stand at room temperature, some barbecuing experts say this makes no perceptible difference to the grilling process and is not advised from a food safety standpoint.

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1. Lightly brush steaks on both sides with oil and season with salt and pepper. Let stand at room temperature 15 to 30 minutes before grilling. 2. Prepare grill for direct cooking over high heat — 230 to 290 C (450 to 550 F).

New York Strip Steaks With Parmesan-Basil Crust and Garlic Butter

3. Combine cheese and basil. 4. Sear steaks on one side over direct high heat, with lid closed, for 3 to 4 minutes. Turn steaks over and generously coat top of each steak with cheese and basil mixture. Close lid and continue

Chef Devan Rajkumar/ Dairy Farmers of Canada

Dinner. Beef Round Steak Done Right

grilling until cheese is melted and steaks are cooked to desired doneness, 3 to 4 minutes more for medium rare. Remove from grill and let rest for 3 to 5 minutes.

5. Meanwhile, in a saucepan over medium heat, combine butter and garlic and heat until butter is melted and garlic is sizzling, about 3 minutes. Remove from heat. Spoon garlic butter over steaks and serve immediately. The Canadian Press/Weber’s New Real Grilling by Jamie Purviance (Weber-Stephen Products)

Ingredients • 4 New York strip steaks, each 285 to 340 g (10 to 12 oz) and about 2.5 cm (1 inch) thick, trimmed of excess fat • 15 ml (1 tbsp) extra-virgin olive oil • 7 ml (1 1/2 tsp) kosher salt • 5 ml (1 tsp) black pepper • 250 ml (1 cup) freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese • 30 ml (2 tbsp) finely chopped fresh basil leaves • 50 ml (1/4 cup) unsalted butter • 2 medium garlic cloves, minced

This recipe serves four. the canadian press h/o

maining peppercorns.

1.

In bowl, combine steak sauce, garlic, mustard and onions. Place half in large resealable freezer bag. Cover remaining sauce and set aside in fridge. (Use half reserved sauce to baste and rest to dip.)

2. Pierce steak all over; add to

bag and refrigerate for 8 or up to 12 hours. Discard marinade. Pat steak dry with paper towel; season with salt and pepper.

3.

Grill over medium-high heat, brushing with reserved basting sauce, 8 minutes per side for medium-rare (digital instant-read thermometer inserted into centre reads 60 C/140 F).

4. Transfer the steak to cutting

board, cover loosely with foil and let stand 5 minutes before carving on angle into slices. Serve with dipping sauce. The Canadian Press/ Canada Beef Inc.

Ingredients • 250 ml (1 cup) steak sauce • 2 cloves garlic, minced • 15 ml (1 tbsp) Dijon mustard • 2 green onions, thinly sliced • 1 kg (2 lb) inside or outside round steak, 4 cm (1 1/2 inches) thick • Salt and pepper, to taste


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SPORTS

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Bruins doing their part to help heal heartache NHL playoffs. Cup run helping city get past hurt from attack at Boston Marathon They have come to wave flags or meet players or just appear on the video screen, invariably to standing ovations, during the Boston Bruins’ run to the Stanley Cup final. Many are in wheelchairs, some are in uniform, and others have been honoured on behalf of those who couldn’t make it at all. As the Bruins attempt to win the NHL championship, they have shared the spotlight with the victims and first responders from the Boston Marathon bombings, using them as “Fan Banner Captains.” The Bruins are hoping a cup can contribute to the healing. “I think we can help, in

probably a large way,” Bruins coach Claude Julien said this week after the Stanley Cup final returned to Boston for Games 3 and 4. “Everybody is looking right now for something to cheer about, smile about. “I guess it doesn’t fix the things or the people that have been lost. That will never be fixed. At the same time you have to try to heal.” Two bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon finish line on April 15, killing three people and injuring hundreds more. The Bruins, who had been scheduled to play that night, postponed that game but returned two days later with an emotional pre-game ceremony and a gritty overtime loss that clinched a berth in the playoffs. Since then, an organization that has long had a close relationship with the military and first responders has brought in those affected by the bombings

— doctors, police and EMTs, along with marathon volunteers, runners and spectators. “You do what you can, obviously, to lift people’s spirits,” Bruins forward Milan Lucic said. “I remember how the city was and reacted to all of that, and it wasn’t a good feeling at all. At the end of the day, you know, we’re fortunate to be living our dream to be playing a game. “Having this to try to take people’s minds off things is something that’s cool to be a part of, and that’s what we talked about before. ” Before Game 4 of the Stanley Cup final on Wednesday night, an ad on the scoreboard asked fans to contribute to the One Fund, the charity established to help the bombing victims. Marc Fucarile, the last of 31 bombing victims treated at Massachusetts General Hospital to be released, was invited onto the ice to wave a banner that said “Boston Strong.” THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Hope in hockey

“With everything that’s gone on in the city, there’d be nothing more they deserve than a big win by us.” Bruins forward Milan Lucic

Go to metronews.ca for coverage of Wedneday night’s Stanley Cup final Game 4.

Marc Fucarile, who was injured in the Boston Marathon bombings, waves a “Boston Strong” flag prior to Game 4 of the Stanley Cup final between the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins on Wednesday night at TD Garden. ELSA/GETTY IMAGES

Collector grabs over $500K for Gretzky gear

Wayne Gretzky memorabilia collector Shawn Chaulk. THE CANADIAN PRESS CFL

Riders take chance on Stephenson It didn’t take Daryl Stephenson long to land with another CFL team. The former Hec Crighton Trophy-winning running back signed Wednesday with the Saskatchewan Roughriders after being released earlier this week by the

The Wayne Gretzky of Wayne Gretzky collectors has netted big bucks for old pucks after an auction of some of his choicest memorabilia closed Wednesday. Shawn Chaulk, a construction contractor from Fort McMurray, Alta., received more than $500,000 for a collection of jerseys, skates, helmets, Hamilton Tiger-Cats. The six-foot-two, 225-pounder from London, Ont., spent two seasons with Hamilton. The six-year CFL veteran was selected in the third round, No. 15 overall, by Winnipeg in the 2008 CFL draft after playing at the University of Windsor. The Riders also released receiver Jonelle Tolbert. THE CANADIAN PRESS

gloves and pucks used in action by the Great One. About $350,000 came from one item alone — the jersey Gretzky wore in the 1986-87 season when he scored his 500th NHL goal and won the Stanley Cup with the Edmonton Oilers. Chaulk said those deals may be dwarfed by those yet NHL

Red Wings getting $650M new rink The Detroit Red Wings and city officials on Wednesday announced a $650-million plan for a new arena development for the NHL team in Detroit’s downtown entertainment and sports district. Plans for the 18,000-seat arena were announced

to come, as private buyers sniff around what’s left of what was probably the greatest Gretzky collection ever assembled. “While we were busy auctioning this group of stuff out the front door, there was a lineup of people knocking on the back door looking for private deals,” said Chaulk. “In one single transaction this week, I Wednesday at a meeting of economic development officials to approve the deal. Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch has long said he wanted a replacement for the 32-yearold Joe Louis Arena. The team said there will be $367 million in private investment and $283 million in public funds in the complex, which would also include residential, retail and office space. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

sold a group of five items for over $100,000.” Chaulk, a 45-year-old quickto-smile former Newfoundlander, had amassed a collection that made grown men weak in the knees — memorabilia from the world’s best player from the sport’s last great dynasty. THE CANADIAN PRESS

NBA

Casey’s job safe with the Raptors Dwane Casey will remain the Toronto Raptors head coach. New Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri said Wednesday that Casey will be back with the Raptors for the upcoming season. THE CANADIAN PRESS


SPORTS

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Hefney casting no stones at Bombers CFL. After being caught with pot and then cut in pre-season, veteran DB returns to the field with Stampeders Jonathan Hefney holds no grudges against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The veteran defensive back is now with the Calgary Stampeders after being released by the Bombers following four seasons with the CFL club. Hefney, 28, was a twotime CFL all-star with Winnipeg. But the five-foot-nine, 185-pound defensive back

was arrested for marijuana possession in his native South Carolina on May 31 and didn’t promptly notify Winnipeg officials of the incident. Hefney played in Winnipeg’s 24-6 exhibition loss to the Toronto Argonauts last Wednesday but was released Saturday. “I really don’t know,” Hefney said about why he was let go by Winnipeg. “I just know I’ve got a job now. “I’m just going to go out here and be happy and play football.” Hefney joins a Calgary squad that finished second in the West Division standings last year and went on to face Toronto in the 100th Grey Cup. With such stars as run-

Taking the high road on his old team

Two-time CFL All-Star defensive back Jonathan Hefney only has good things to say about his former team in Winnipeg. Torstar News SErvice file

“That’s a good organization. They gave me the opportunity to play football and I’ll never take that back.” Former Blue Bomber Jonathan Hefney lauds his former team despite being let go.

ning back Jon Cornish, receiver Nik Lewis and defensive end Charleston Hughes, the Stampeders figure to again be a CFL title contender in 2013. Last season, Winnipeg and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats finished tied for last in the East Division standings with identical 6-12 records as both clubs missed the playoffs. “I’m really happy and excited to come to a team that just went to the Grey Cup,” Hefney said. “Just looking at the offence they’re explosive, nobody can really stop Nik Lewis and Jon Cornish from running the ball. “Their defence likes to hit, they fly around ... they play everything that I think I’m about.” Hefney, a native of Rock Hill, S.C., has appeared in 60 career CFL games. He has registered 241 tackles, two sacks, 13 interceptions, six fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles.

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Toronto

Watkins back on board with Argos CFL all-star cornerback Pat Watkins rejoined the Toronto Argonauts Wednesday and was with his teammates for the first time since the start of training camp. The six-foot-five, 205-pound defensive back missed the start of camp while resolving personal matters in Florida. The canadian Press

Regina

Trading in his Tiger-Cat stripes for Rider green After being released earlier this week by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, veteran running back Daryl Stephenson signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Wednesday. The six-foottwo, 225-pound native of London, Ont., spent two seasons with Hamilton. the canadian press

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Horoscopes

Aries

March 21 - April 20 Your reaction when confronted by an obstacle is to kick it out of the way, but you must be more subtle today. You should also try to remember that other people’s feelings are not always as robust as your own.

Taurus

April 21 - May 21 The best way to deal with a problem is pretend it doesn’t exist. The more you focus on negative things, the more likely it is they will keep going wrong. “Positive thinking” is more than just a slogan.

Gemini

May 22 - June 21 There are far too many distractions in your life and if you want to move ahead in areas that are really important to you then you need to cut back quite ruthlessly on activities.

Cancer

June 22 - July 23 The Sun moves into your sign tomorrow and a new solar year begins, making this the ideal day to look back over the past 12 months. Whatever mistakes you made, forgive yourself and move on.

Leo

July 24 - Aug. 23 You may appear open and outgoing to the world at large but you have secrets like everyone else. One secret is likely to be revealed over the next few days. Pretend you don’t care.

Aug. 24 - Sept. 23 If you have not finished a project of some time by now, it might be best to forget about it. That is the message of the stars today and while it may sound a bit negative, it’s not.

Weather

Sept. 24 - Oct. 23 When the Sun crosses the career angle of your chart tomorrow, you must turn your attention to your reputation. Could it be better? Yes, it could. You must identify how.

Scorpio

Oct. 24 - Nov. 22 In recent weeks it seems you have been cruising on autopilot but that will change with the Sun’s change of signs tomorrow. Suddenly you will be more alive again. Suddenly you will be back in control.

Sagittarius

Nov. 23 - Dec. 21 Try to get your point of view across in a calm way. It will help if you are clear in what exactly it is you want to say. Make that your priority today then speak up tomorrow.

Capricorn

Dec. 22 - Jan. 20 Try to help others because the good deeds you do for them now will come back to you over the next few weeks. Above all, remember you can’t always have things your own way. You have to give ground.

Aquarius

Jan. 21 - Feb. 19 There is no need to apologize for things that are not your responsibility. Someone you live or work with will try to shift the blame for a failure of some kind on to you today but you must have none of it.

today

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31. Cr-yying sound 32. Mythical Hun king 33. Northwest Coast artist, b.1920 - d.1998, whose work includes the Haida creation myth sculpture Raven and the First Men: 2 wds. 35. Fame 36. Benicio Toro link 38. Wayne Gretzky, once 39. Grumpy’s coworker 44. Yukon neighbour 45. “The Path of __ (Terms)” by Sarah McLachlan 47. Embarrass 49. Airplane: French 50. Artwork like the original, informally 51. Flower: French 52. Former 53. Choir voice 54. Promote 55. Put a ‘roof’ on a room 56. Pippa’s royal sister 60. SSW’s opposite direction “__ _ Really Want” 58. Drifting 59. Become a greento-yellow banana 61. Earring kind 62. Sketch, as in comedy 63. Like hosiery or mascara, maybe: 2 wds.

Yesterday’s Crossword

64. Clothe 65. Healthy 66. Zzzzz ...loudly! Down 1. iPhone download 2. Actor Mr. Bana’s 3. Kind of boom 4. Brief beginning 5. Save

6. Provides with staff 7. Sailor’s sheltered side 8. Extremist 9. Officially kick out 10. Pop 11. Certain cereal 12. __-Iles, QC 15. Bluenose II, for one

20. “Hurry!” meaning 21. Rice dish 25. Thumbs-up vote 26. Pounds, as hail 28. Dermatologist patient’s concern 29. House critters 30. Canadian engineering group, _ _ _-Lavalin

Sudoku

How to play Fill in the grid, so that every row, every column and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1-9. There is no math involved.

Feb. 20 - March 20 The worries of the past few weeks will begin to fade today and once the Sun moves into the most dynamic area of your chart tomorrow they should disappear altogether.

Yesterday’s Sudoku

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Across 1. Group ruled by Odin 6. Labyrinth 10. Eye logo TV network 13. Apt 14. “Jeopardy!” host Mr. Trebek 15. Aching 16. Pub serving sizes 17. Type of tide 18. Applaud 19. Jumbo, the world famous __ __, died in 1885 when hit by a train in St. Thomas, Ontario. There is a life-size statue there in his honour. 22. Thoroughly search or examine 23. Assortment 24. Ancient land 27. Some soil 30. Q-Tip, for one 34. Shoe width size 35. Rotten 37. DND = Department of __ __ 40. “Let’s __ a day.”: 2 wds. 41. Unit of weight 42. Film holder 43. Ottawa’s Parliament __ 44. Tie type 46. Genuine 48. Dock 52. It’s the ‘kind the drugstores sell’ in Gordon Lightfoot’s song: 2 wds. 57. Alanis Morissette’s

Pisces

Virgo

See today’s answers at metronews.ca/answers.

Crossword: Canada Across and Down

Libra

saturday

Max: 23° Min: 14°

Max: 23° Min: 17°

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Jenna Khan Weather Specialist

“Weather impacts everything we do. Providing the information you need before you head out that door and take on the day is the best part of weekdays 6 AM my morning.” windy thunder windy thunder part sunny/ showers

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CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES of 2013

Winnipeg Technical College (WTC) is proud to congratulate the class of 2013 on a job well done! Our students worked hard over the past year, learning and building relationships in the classroom and the workforce. We wish them all the best now as they step into their new careers.

WTC WOULD LIKE TO FURTHER CONGRATULATE ALL 2013 AWARD WINNERS Alan Storie Alexandra Helmerson Ansoo Romeo Bin Huang Brandon Terrence Paul Vail Brian Kenneth Fisher Bryan Patrick Burton Cameron M. J. Siemens Christian Zinn Coleby Beau Dilan Viskup Daniel D. Klippenstein Derek Taplin Dillon Prefontaine Gregory Sean Brooking Iqbal Uppal (Garry) Jaydee Kyle-Ottenson Kailey J. Gousseau

Kathleen Wasmuth Kevin McCullough Kristen Logan Lauren Brockman Lawrence Pierrard Liang Sipei (Margaret) Li Hui Mark Josel Q. Manlapaz Mateo Ospino Matthew Jeremy Rempel Matthew Schoonbaert Meera Kisto Melissa Santos Michelle Nancy Sicotte Michelle Sicotte Minh Anh Phan Minlong Yu

Mitchell John Lecoq Modupe Oripeloye Monika Thakur Nicholas Buchanan Palwinder Bains Pierce Cottee Preet Bhamra Rebecca Bonville Renee Vincent Robyn McIvor Shannon Prescott Sherry Lynn Chollak So Youn Han Tamara Peitsch XinJue Wang Yifan Huang

“On behalf of the staff of WTC, I wish to congratulate our Class of 2013 graduates on successfully completing your program of study! Taking the time to personally acknowledge your achievements and celebrate this milestone in your lives is important to us. We thank you for your hard work and individual contributions! I trust that you will continue to strive for excellence in your daily life, and wish you success as you seek employment in your chosen industry. Thank you for being part of the Winnipeg Technical College family!� - John Bobbette, President & CEO, Winnipeg Technical College


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