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Fireworks debris a dog hazard: Owners GlobalFest. Fingers pointed at festival for Elliston Park mess JEREMY NOLAIS

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“There’s a lot of stuff that wouldn’t digest. It’s not good for them — not at all. I’m surprised it hasn’t been all cleaned up.”

Five minutes is all it takes for Dog walker Lyle Wagner, who was visiting debris-littered Elliston Park on Sunday Laura-Lee Doucet to round up an entire doggy bag of fuses, dogs will eat it and as they casings and other debris. It’s been two weeks since walk on it they will really the 2013 edition of Calgary’s hurt their paws. It’s the only GlobalFest fireworks festi- park we have in this area, and val wrapped up, and Elliston we’re still picking up casings Park, which serves as a tem- from last year.” Doucet said she’s raised porary launching pad during the international competi- concerns with festival organtion, has reopened for dogs to izers in the past via email but has never received a roam off-leash. But Doucet and eight other response. She claims the owners speaking to Metro problem has been going on Sunday said they worry about for at least four or five years their furry friends walking — GlobalFest turned 11 this on at least a kilometre-long year. Metro toured the park stretch littered with half-exploded shells, many of which with the frustrated owner as have sharp edges, or ingesting she gathered debris. Eight detonators and pieces of card- other people walking their board with texture similar to dogs in the park were then approached with the colthat of a coconut husk. “It’s a lot.... We tend to lected items and asked where pick it up as we walk,” said they believed it came from. Every single person pointDoucet, who lives in the nearby Pembrooke area and visits ed to GlobalFest. LMD-CGY-Metro-Calculator-10x164-CLR.pdf 1 13-08-07 Markings on one hard the park every morning. “The C

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Laura-Lee Doucet enjoys taking Storm for romps in the off-leash area of Elliston Park but said it has been left in disarray by debris left over from the GlobalFest fireworks festival. JEREMY NOLAIS/METRO shell collected from the park read “Pirotecnia Zaragozana,” which is a leading Spanish manufacturer of fireworks, according to the company’s website. Another cardboard piece bears a sticker reading 10:53 AM “Midnight Snow,” the name

of a type of firework that appears to be sold by numerous companies throughout Europe and North America. But Ken Goosen, GlobalFest producer, said Sunday he hadn’t heard any complaints about the debris.

Still, he said he would head back to Elliston on Monday to survey the situation himself. “I’m not going to dispute that there may have been debris left, but that’s one of the risks, I suppose, of having an event at Elliston Park,”

Goosen said. “But every year we go back and try to do a better job if things have been left.... The smaller pieces, with a couple of rainfalls and over a season, will degrade, but we certainly go after the bigger stuff.”


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Hard to win when outspent: Candidate Ward 11 candidate Wayne Frisch places one of his 20-to-1 signs next to a campaign sign belonging to his opponent, James Maxim.

Money = power? Candidate launches 20to1.ca website to call attention to how much others are spending to win votes To combat what he describes as a growing influence of money over municipal politics, one candidate for city council is placing small signs next to his opponent’s signs, calling attention to their disparate levels of campaign spending. “It’s almost like we’re running Coca-Cola campaigns,” Ward 11 candidate Wayne

Frisch said of the state of local politics. “The branding is becoming more and more important.” Frisch has been erecting yellow signs that read “20:1” around his southwest Calgary ward, particularly near the campaign signs of opponent James Maxim. The ratio refers to what Frisch estimates is the difference in campaign spending between candidates who accept donations from industry and interest groups and those like him, who only take money from individual donors. Maxim said he was surprised when he first saw the yellow signs “nestled right up against” his own signs but then learned what they were

and the message behind them. He said he disagrees with Frisch’s call to ban corporate donations and limit campaign spending to $40,000, which he said has been problematic in places like Toronto, which caps spending for city councillor candidates in a similar range. “If think you can win with $35,000 worth of campaign expenditures against an incumbent, it’s not very realistic in today’s world,” Maxim said. He added that barring businesses from donating to campaigns would be unfair. “Why should they be taxed — as a business — by the city, and not have a right to contribute to a campaign?” he said. ROBSON FLETCHER/METRO

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Do you need to spend big money to win in a municipal election? Not necessarily, but it certainly doesn’t hurt, according to a Metro analysis of campaign-spending disclosures from the 2010 vote. In nine of the 14 wards, the candidate who spent the most money ended up winning the election. In total, the 14 successful candidates for alderman spent $1.29 million on their campaigns, for an average of $92,073 each. That works out to an average of $8.74 per vote received. The biggest spender was Ald. John Mar, whose campaign-spending disclosures add up to $252,505, or $21.71 for each vote he won in Ward 8. The smallest spender was Ald. Shane Keating, whose $30,703 helped him earn 9,270 votes in Ward 12, which is $3.31 per vote. When it comes to the mayoral race, eight of the 15 candidates spent $40,000 or more on their campaigns. The average spent was $405,511. Mayor Naheed Nenshi’s disclosures totalled $403,829, or $2.88 per vote received. Second-place finisher Ric McIver spent the most of all candidates in 2010, with total expenses topping $1.08 million, or $9.65 per vote. Third-place finisher Barb Higgins spent $666,617 on her campaign, or $7.30 per vote.

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Frisch finished fifth of five Ward 11 candidates in the 2010 election and said he spent less than $1,000 on that campaign. He figures he’ll spend more this time around, but still likely less than $10,000. • Maxim finished second in 2010 and spent $117,032, according to his campaignspending disclosure. • Ald. Brian Pincott, who first won the Ward 11 seat in 2010, spent $44,083, according to his disclosure.

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Cycling fans cheer Tour First Tour of Alberta. Local enthusiasts hope Albertans will become as fanatical about the sport as their European counterparts As competitors in the inaugural Tour of Alberta rolled across the finish line in Calgary Sunday, the cycling fans that have been there since they first put their foot on the pedal in Edmonton were right there cheering them on. National Cycling Center Calgary coach Stephen Burke has been following the tour with his family since Day 1. “It’s fantastic, for this kind of level of event to come to Canada — never mind Alberta — is very exceptional. Hopefully we have many years to look forward to this event.” Burke said.

With his wife and three kids in tow, each decked out in cycling gear with their bikes at their sides, Burke is like many who make up Alberta’s cycling fanbase, which is composed in the main of those who are themselves cycling enthusiasts. These are the same people who can be seen outside of the city, pedalling away down country roads — some for health, others for the thrill of the ride. When asked whether cycling fans in Canada could match up with the fanaticism of their European counterparts, Burke said he believes in his fellow cyclists and the growth of the sport in Alberta. “I think we’re showing in attendance and the interest in the race this year has far surpassed what is expected. We’re not as fanatical but I think the interest in cycling is growing and it’s the right time for this event.” Glenn Kelly/for Metro

The family that bikes together, stays together. Stephen Burke, right, with his wife WJand _ son 7 0Gavin. 0 3 They _ Ywere Y Con_hand S eSunday p t 9for. the p conclusion df Pofathe g Tour e of1 Kathy Alberta in Calgary. Glenn Kelly/for Metro

Pulling in $100,000 for United Way United Way CEO Lucy Miller, left, and UPS Transportation Division Manager John Dumigan tow the line during the United Way’s Pulling For U plane pull charity event. Thirty-seven teams of 15 people pulled a UPS Airbus 300 for 50 feet across a tarmac. The Van Houtte Grinders won, doing the feat in 20.86 seconds. Over $100,000 was raised. Glenn Kelly/for Metro

Motion. Carlo-Carra wants Transit. Seniors deserve less ‘blank walls’ facing discount on single-use parks, undeveloped land tickets: Ald. Demong Ald. Gian Carlo-Carra plans ties, noting the current stiputo put forward a motion at lations can create monolithic, Monday’s Calgary city council unwelcoming appearances. He also suggests less “blank” meeting aimed at reducing the number of “blank walls” facing walls would also improve the public parks and other undevel- sense of security in parks, saying in his notice of motion, oped land. Carra wants the city to re- “perceived safety of public is increased as more cit8examine / 3 0 / existing 1 3 , 1rules 0 : 2that 4 Aspaces M limit the size of windows on izens watch over spaces.” walls adjacent to such proper- Robson Fletcher/metro

Seniors should be able to purchase single-use transit tickets at a discounted rate, according to Ald. Peter Demong, who notes most other major cities in Canada make that available to their elder riders. Currently, Calgary Transit offers a discounted annual pass for seniors — just $95 a year, compared with $94 for a regu-

lar monthly pass — but there is no similar discount for single fares for seniors. In a notice of motion due up at Monday’s council meeting, Demong says, “This cost is prohibitive for those seniors who want or need to use transit service a limited number of times annually.” Robson Fletcher/metro

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Jared Perry, who stepped down as president of the university’s student union, takes questions from the media on Thursday. Jeff Harper/METRO IN HALIFAX

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Bitcoiniacs says it’s eyeing major Canadian cities such as Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Ottawa. “Basically, it just makes it easier for people to buy and sell Bitcoins and hopefully will drive the adoption of Bitcoin, and make it more accessible for people,” says Mitchell Demeter, the 27-year-old owner of Bitcoiniacs. Bitcoins are mathematically generated through a series of commands executed by computers in a peer-topeer network. The process is called Bitcoin “mining” and is set up so the total number of Bitcoins that can ever be generated is limited to about 21 million. The Canadian Press

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FALL IS SO FREAKIN’ GREAT before grinding through the snow and slush It’s incredible how fast the seasons can and tearing out of the doors into summer holichange in Calgary. days. In a place where we are hyper-sensitive to It’s a time of harvest, the end of the crop all of the subtle (and not-so-subtle) changes year, when the growing is finished and the Mother Nature throws at us, fall showed up on produce is tucked away. It’s the time of year our doorstep somewhere between Friday when we head back to work ready to get crackafternoon and Sunday morning. ing after a lazy summer. Not that I’m really opposed to this. Fall is And it doesn’t hurt that the NFL season probably my favourite time of year to be living kicks off. There’s something wholly comfortin southern Alberta. ing about an entire football season to tide us There really isn’t a better time of year than through into February. the fall. Sure, it lacks the heat and lackadaisic- High Plains Drifter  Then there are the clothes. No need for the al days of summer, the holiday cheer and heavy fabrics to ward off the frigid air or the crispness of winter, and it doesn’t arrive with James Callsen less versatile summer wardrobe of shorts and the same welcome as spring, but fall surcalgary@metronews.ca tank tops. rounds us with a subtle niceness that prepares In the fall you can use all areas of your wardrobe. You’ve us for the cold winter ahead. I’ve always felt like the real end of the year happens in Sep- got sweaters, light jackets, scarves, shoes and boots, but you can also wear a T-shirt outside on your lunch break. You’re tember, not Dec. 31. It’s when school starts and young scholnever too hot and you’re never too cold. ars head off to the classroom with great ideals and purpose

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It’s the time of harvest, the end of the crop year, when the growing is finished and the produce is tucked away. It’s the time of year when we head back to work ready to get cracking after a lazy summer. Or maybe it’s the holidays. Thanksgiving and Halloween are the perfect holidays, based around fun, food and family as opposed to commercialism of Christmas and the odd pastel sweetness of Easter. Maybe it’s because fall seems to be very much about settling into a routine — whether new or old. It’s never a bad thing. Fall is a time of change, a time of planning and setting goals. It’s a time to get work done and a time to reflect. It can still allow time for fun and spontaneity, yet still holds us accountable. Worth Mentioning

Squeak my ride: Skater mice Stunt mice learn new tricks Daring, athletic, and super cool — this mouse is from an elite sports-training camp in Australia, run by coach Shane Willmott. The instructor had previously taught his furry students to surf, but for winter has switched them to a rodentonly skate park where they practise on ramps and even a wheel of fire. metro Talking to a trainer

“Mice are built to surf and skate because their centre of gravity is so low. When they do fall off, they want to get straight back on board.” Shane Willmott, 42, rodent coach

Other tails of talent

• Jumpy. A collie in a YouTube smash can skate, surf, dive and perform handstands. • Moscow cat theatre. The only one in the world, with its performers known for tightrope skills. Tim Marsden/rex features

Kijiji pressed to end sales of household pets Canada’s largest classified website is under pressure to ban the sale of household pets as part of a Montreal woman’s quest to put an end to puppy mills. Barbara Lapointe, a mother who operates a dogwalking business, wants Kijiji instead to promote adoption from registered animal rescue groups and individual families. Lapointe’s online petition, posted on the website Change.org, had collected nearly 48,000 signatures by midday on Sunday. Lapointe is also trying to   Twitter  @metropicks asked: Kijiji is being pressured to end sales of household pets. Should online pet sales be banned? @readstooswift: Yes, because there’s no way to track the credibility of those selling pets online. @MyBoyMaple: No way! See my profile pic? My dog is named Dominoe. Got him off Kijiji. Love this lil guy. Kijiji should keep on. @Barbara___: my dog was bought on Kijii, couldn’t ask for a better pet! @variableYY: Must the Man control

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get her local municipality, the Town of Mount Royal, Que., to ban the sale of animals in pet stores. She said cracking down on pet stores would eliminate a major marketplace for puppy mills, but even then illegal breeders would “still be able to resort to online sales.” Kijiji Canada has no plans to change its policy. the canadian press

every part of our lives? Leave online trading alone! @KikuAnne: No, because then people who need to find a new home for pets can’t find their audience. Ban the mills, not the method of sale. @LorissaDowdell: no way. Rescue animals are posted on there. They need loving homes too @georgeleonBC: The control should be with purchaser. See any issues, walk away and report to SPCA

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Hall ready to have a ball Did fate decree that Arsenio Hall would return to late night after two decades’ absence? If so, he’s answering that comeback call today with the premiere of The Arsenio Hall Show (syndicated; check local listings for time and channel). And he’s itching to get going. “You know how certain things make you nervous?” he asked recently. “I don’t like to fly, but once I’m on the plane and we’re over the Rockies and I’m watching a movie, I’m fine. “Right now I feel like I do when I’m in the airport.” It was in 1987 that a then-unknown Hall, briefly stepping in for Joan Rivers’ short-lived Fox talk show, took flight as the cool, hip alternative to NBC’s Tonight Show titan Johnny Carson. Then, in January 1989, he debuted with his own syndicated late-night show against Carson. He proved a formidable rival with his party atmosphere (the Dog Pound audience greeted him with “woofs” and other animal sounds as well as applause) and a wide range of guests, including presidential candidate Bill Clinton (sporting shades and wailing Heartbreak Hotel on his sax) and basketball great Magic Johnson shortly after announcing he was HIV posi-

What’s in a name?

As part of his strategy to reintroduce himself, Hall became a contestant on The Celebrity Apprentice early in 2012 — and ended up not only gaining the exposure he sought, but also winning the competition. Even so, do enough viewers know who he is — or remember him — to get his new show off the ground? “When people ask that, I’m like, ‘Well, NO ONE knew me the FIRST time!’ I used to joke that people thought Arsenio Hall was a dorm at UCLA. So don’t I have a better shot THIS time?” he asked.

It’s hard to believe Arsenio Hall is 58.

tive. But by 1994, Hall was facing new competition from Tonight host Jay Leno and David Letterman on CBS. With ratings slipping, he announced he was leaving the late-night arena, and, gracefully, he did. In the years that fol-

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lowed, he kept a low profile. A sitcom came and went. He hosted Star Search for a season. He co-starred on the CBS drama Martial Law for a couple of years. He did standup. He also devoted himself to his son, Arsenio Jr., now 13, whose mother is Hall’s ex,

former manager and downthe-street neighbour Cheryl Bonacci. “I love being a dad,” he said. “When kids got together at Chuck E. Cheese, there were a lot of mothers — and me.” But Hall yearned to return to late night. In June 2012 he announced it was happening. “People say, ‘How did you know when to do it?’ Several times before I had tried!” False starts included a meeting with studio bigwigs he skipped because his son was sick. Or the nail in a piece of sushi that broke his tooth the night before an allimportant guest-hosting gig. “Signs like that,” Hall said, “seemed to mean I wasn’t ready yet.” Now he’s sure he’s ready, whatever skeptics may say. “I hear all the long-shot talk: ‘This is an impossible thing to do after all this time. The field is so crowded.’ But I still have to pursue my dream!” THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Who: Rizzle Kicks Where: iTunes Festival When: Friday, Sept. 6

••••• With cusses borrowed from Cockney rhyming like “We don’t give a Daffy Duck,” you can be sure you are not listening to the most bad-assed hip-hop out there when taking in Rizzle Kicks’ iTunes Festival performance. Nor does the Brighton U.K. duo have the illest lyrics: “Hashtag trends/we make people clap clap clap.” They started off weak, encouraging the audience to, “Jive jive jive,” but it was almost like they couldn’t quite believe their own commands. Things picked up once they got to the ska-influenced Wind Up, with its repeated build ups and break downs creating a level of excitement in the crowd that was palpable, even from this reviewer’s seat (which would be at my computer. In Toronto.) The best part was the finale when they busted out the big brass for Down with the Trumpets. Overall they showed themselves to be a couple of affable lads, even if the whole thing did feel a bit like a commercial for Hip-Hop Lite. EMINA GAMULIN/METRO EACH MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, METRO WILL REVIEW ONE OF THE ACTS PARTICIPATING IN THE ITUNES FESTIVAL. TAKING PLACE ALL MONTH AT THE RENOWNED ROUNDHOUSE IN LONDON — AND STREAMING ONLINE IN HD – THE ITUNES FESTIVAL FEATURES 60 ACTS EACH DAY AT 4 P.M. ET/1 P.M. P.T. TO WATCH LIVE, DOWNLOAD THE ITUNES FESTIVAL APP TO YOUR IPHONE, IPAD, IPOD TOUCH OR APPLE TV. FOR A FULL LIST OF ACTS, VISIT METRONEWS.CA

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METRO DISH OUR TAKE ON THE WORLD OF CELEBRITIES The Word

Liam Hemsworth. all photos getty images

They won’t be twerking down the aisle All the attention Miley Cyrus has gotten for her steamy MTV Video Music Awards performance with Robin Thicke has apparently distracted onlookers from the fact that her engagement to Liam Hemsworth is pretty much over, according to Us Weekly. The Australian actor is,

“Just weeks away from calling it off permanently,” a source says. “He is over her and wants to make a clean break. No more back and forth.” Certainly the VMAs performance didn’t help matters, as Hemsworth reportedly found Cyrus’ dance moves “mortifying.”

Who gave this kid a Kar (dashian)? And a mea culpa from us the word

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I was going to write something about how sick I am of the Kardashians’ absurdly public exploits, but then I remembered that if those bozos stopped, I’d have a much harder time finding things to write about for this column. And since I’m writing this particular column on a Sunday, with last night’s cocktails still sloshing

around in my bloodstream, I was pleased that Kendall Jenner did not disappoint this weekend. Kendall was apparently taking video selfies of herself while driving on Friday. How do we know this? The little brainiac posted these videos of herself to the Internet. The vids show Kendall making duck faces that she definitely thinks are adorable and sexy eyes (that were definitely not focused anywhere near the

road) which is the place that eyes (sexy or otherwise) should be focused when one is operating a motor vehicle. Please take a nice long minute to consider the fact that a 16-year-old girl had a $110,000 car and you’re probably reading this with your face in some guy’s sweaty armpit on a bus on your way to a job that doesn’t involve being famous for a living. Editor’s note: apparently we do not keep up with the Kardashians quite as well as we think we do. In Friday’s Word, we mistakenly wrote that Lamar Odom is married to Kourtney. He is married to Khloe. Though maybe not for long.

Victoria Beckham

No bike for Becks Victoria Beckham is the victim of bicycle theft. The designer and singer posted a photo to Twitter of the remaining wheel and lock for her bike in New York City. “So I won’t be riding home tonight then,” she wrote along with the photo. “Searching for the missing bike!” That’s harsh.

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To keep some order in my home, and avoid an artwork tsunami, I ask my children to pick a few really special projects — which go in a box — and then I photograph the rest. At the end of each school year, I create a simple photo book of the photos of all of the artwork. No messy clutter. No mom guilt. ALI MARTELL OF YUMMYMUMMYCLUB.CA

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When it comes to meal and snack times, it’s important that parents take responsibility for the what, when and where of feeding. However, it’s equally important that we let our toddlers and young children be responsible for the whether and how much of eating. This is the cornerstone of Ellyn Satter’s (author of The Division of Responsibility of Feeding, Registered Dietitian and Mental Health Specialist) philosophy when it comes to feeding toddlers. The what You get to decide what your toddler eats. Ideally, you should provide a variety of foods for nutritional balance with differ-

ent colours, flavours and textures. At family meals, your toddlers should be served the same foods that the rest of the family is eating (unless of course, they have a severe food allergy or intolerance). In other words, even if your toddlers are picky eaters, they should not receive a special meal. Also, when they are old enough, try to include them in meal preparation, which helps them become more open to trying new foods. The when There should be structured meal and snack times on most days so that your toddler knows when to expect another chance to eat. Because toddlers have small tummies, ideally they should be offered food every three hours or so. This likely translates into three meals with snacks in between and, depending on bed time, before bed. This timing structure will help your toddler eat until he or she is comfortably full and develops a healthy appetite. The where When you are at home, meals and snacks should be eaten at

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Don’t let dyslexia dictate their lives Demystifying the disorder. Playing to your child’s strengths and paying attention to the positives can make dyslexia easier, a new book advises.

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“Your child needs to be fixed.” • “I think one of the biggest myths is that we’re going to fix your child. The thing is, your kid’s not broken in the first place,” Foss says.

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If you’re reading this article during your daily commute on public transit, chances are there are at least five dyslexic people in your midst. The reading disorder affects 10 per cent of the population, with about 400,000 children diagnosed per year in the United States. Dealing with dyslexia himself, Ben Foss has detailed how to identify and deal with the disorder in his new book The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan: A Blueprint for Renewing Your Child’s Confidence and Love of Learning. We asked Foss how to identify and foster a love of learning in students who are struggling. Identifying dyslexia Knowing if a child has dys-

• “The child will figure it out and they’re going

need to be a part of the team,” he says. Dyslexic students “need to get out there and do the hard work of telling their story and self-advocate, so you really want learn to embrace the profile.”

• “The only thing you contributed were your genes,” explains Foss. “Dyslexia is genetic.”

to have the child tested. Some dyslexic children have trouble memorizing a series of numbers, or confuse words that sound familiar. But dyslexic children have strengths, as well, Foss stresses. “If your child is dyslexic, you should find where their strength is and you play to it,” he says. For children struggling with their ability to read due to dyslexia, author Ben Foss suggests audio books or iPads that read aloud to you. This is an extremely productive way for your child to obtain information. istock

lexia starts with paying attention to their habits and strengths. Foss says that if children mispronounce

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Goodbye mom and dad, hello to my new pad! Home sweet dorm. Expert advice on how to make the most of your new cinderblock palace Julia furlan

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So you’ve left the nest and your childhood bedroom is poised to become a glorified storage closet for your family’s things. Interior designer Tamara Dunner says the best way to make your new, tiny dorm room space feel like home is to decorate with care — with an eye toward colour, pattern and style.

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What advice do you give to college students who want to make their new home a little brighter? I think it’s important when

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Any tips on style conflicts between roommates? • Chances are, you and your roommate the first year might not be best friends, so make your own separate area. My daughter was very into neon colours and the girl next to her was into lace and horses. You have a corner, and you pick one area and that’s your space where you can show your personality. • Mostly what happens is that you meet your roommate months before, and a lot of students will compromise. Decorating the room is putting your own individual style to it, which is important.

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Tennis

Williams wins again at U.S. Open

Serena Williams jumps for joy on Sunday in New York City. GETTY IMAGES

CFL

Bombers deal battered Buck Pierce to B.C. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have traded former starting quarterback Buck Pierce to the B.C. Lions. Pierce joined the Blue Bombers as a free agent in 2010 and made 31 starts over four seasons. The 31-year-old suffered an undisclosed injury in a 37-14 loss to Hamilton on Aug. 24. He was replaced by Justin Goltz, who led the Blue Bombers past Saskatchewan 25-13 on Sunday before the trade was announced. THE CANADIAN PRESS

Young Aussie claims first Tour of Alberta Cycling. 23-year-old Rohan Dennis outlasts elite competitors as Alberta’s Ryan Anderson captures fastestCanadian honours Heading into the final stage of the Tour of Alberta, Rohan Dennis knew he had a great shot at winning the inaugural event. All the 23-year-old Australian rider had to do was pedal his way into the peloton to maintain his 18-second lead over Brent Bookwalter of BMC Racing Team. Dennis stuck to the plan with some help from his Team Garmin-Sharp teammates on Sunday during the fifth and final 129-kilometre stage of the race, which started in Okotoks and finished with four laps of a circuit course through downtown Calgary. “We don’t like to try to get ahead of ourselves,” said Dennis, who finished with an aggregate time of 17 hours 48 minutes 40 seconds. “We always know that there is other tactics from other teams that could knock us off our little perch if we let them. I didn’t believe that it was always going to be given to us, especially on those circuits. You never know what can happen in the last 15 (kilometres).” Damiano Caruso finished the six-day tour in third overall followed by Patrick Gretsch and Robert Gesink. Dennis vaulted into the lead after winning the third stage

Australia’s Rohan Dennis celebrates winning the Tour of Alberta in Calgary. JEFF MCINTOSH/THE CANADIAN PRESS Home crowd

“To be able to get on the podium the last three days in front of the crowds is something special for me.” Ryan Anderson of Spruce Grove on finishing 8th in the Tour of Alberta

from Strathmore to Drumheller on Friday and then held onto the yellow leader’s jersey through the final two days of the Tour. “It’s really a great honour to be able to come home with the win,” said Dennis, who also captured the white best young

rider jersey. “It’s completely unexpected. Alberta will always remain really close to me. Hopefully I can come back here next year and prepare for worlds and try and back up my win this year.” Peter Sagan of Cannondale Pro Cycling added to wins in

Cowboys win Texas shootout

Eli Manning is tackled on Sunday night in Arlington, Texas. RONALD MARTINEZ/GETTY IMAGES

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Top-seeded Serena Williams won her fifth U.S. Open championship and 17th Grand Slam title overall by beating No. 2 Victoria Azarenka 7-5, 6-7 (6), 6-1 in a windy final. Sunday’s match was the toughest test these two weeks for the No. 1-seeded Williams, who also beat Azarenka in three sets in last year’s final. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SPORTS

The Dallas Cowboys are serious about forcing turnovers. Eli Manning and the New York Giants couldn’t do quite enough to overcome them. Brandon Carr returned an interception 49 yards for a clinching touchdown, and the Dallas Cowboys beat Manning for the first time at their fancy $1.2 billion stadium with six takeaways in a 36-31 victory over the Giants on Sunday night. Tony Romo shook off a hit to the ribs that knocked him out for the final Dallas play of

the first half and threw a pair of touchdown passes to Jason Witten. Manning threw three touchdown passes to Victor Cruz and had New York in position for a comeback victory despite the flurry of mistakes. But with the Giants trailing 30-24, a pass from Manning went off the hand of running back De’Rel Scott into Carr’s arms. The cornerback beat Manning down the sideline for Dallas’s second defensive touchdown with 1:50 remaining.

Barry Church returned a fumble 27 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter. The Cowboys went up 2710 in the third quarter after the fifth miscue — a punt that bounced and hit Trumaine McBride while he was trying to block for the return. When the mistakes stopped, the Giants made it a game again. New York went 80 yards, capped by Cruz’s second score on an 18-yard pass, and Cruz scored again from the 10 to pull the Giants within 30-24 in the fourth. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

the prologue in Edmonton on Tuesday and the first stage of the race from Devon to Camrose the next day by racing across the finish line of the final stage in first in a time of 2:42:20. Ryan Anderson of Spruce Grove, who finished in eighth spot overall, held on to win the red Best Canadian jersey. Ottawa’s Alexander Cataford finished 20th overall, Quebec City’s Antoine Duchesne was 21st, while Ryan Roth of Kitchener, Ont., placed 23rd. THE CANADIAN PRESS

Week 1

• Saints 23, Falcons 17. Drew Brees passed for 357 yards and two scores and his New Orleans Saints held on to top Atlanta. • Bears 24, Bengals 21. Jay Cutler passed to Brandon Marshall for the go-ahead TD in the fourth, giving Marc Trestman a victory in his Chicago debut. • Colts 21, Raiders 17. Andrew Luck ran 19 yards for the winning TD, giving Indy its first opening-day win since 2009.


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March 21 - April 20 You will meet some interesting people this week and if you want to be accepted into their group you are going to have to prove yourself.

Scorpio

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Oct. 24 - Nov. 22 If someone offers you something for nothing today there may very well be a catch, but it’s just as likely they want you to share in their good fortune.

April 21 - May 21 You will be challenged by some powerful people today but you have what it takes to meet that challenge.

Gemini

Sagittarius

May 22 - June 21 Mercury’s change of signs indicates that the good times are coming back and by the end of the day you will be smiling again. Life is as good as you want it to be.

Nov. 23 - Dec. 21 Take time out from your busy schedule to focus on things that make you happy. You have done so much for other people in recent weeks that you have neglected your own needs and desires. Time to make up for it.

Cancer

June 22 - July 23 You may be tempted to suppress your natural instincts in order to complete a task that others need done but is that such a good idea?

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Dec. 22 - Jan. 20 Do what you feel like doing today, even though others may frown and tell you that you’re losing your competitive edge. It’s not true, of course. Even a go-getter like you needs to slow down once in a while.

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