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Riders’ Smith to stand trial for brutal assault Nightclub beating. Teammate Anderson has charge dropped SARAH TAGUIAM

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Saskatchewan Roughriders wide receiver Taj Smith will stand trial for aggravated assault, though the same charge against teammate and defensive back Dwight Anderson has been dropped. After a two-day preliminary hearing in Regina’s provincial court, a judge ruled on Thursday that there isn’t enough evidence to proceed with a trial for Anderson. “It’s good to go back and concentrate about football,” Anderson told reporters outside the downtown courthouse

after the hearing wrapped up. “We got this part of it out of the way and now, to be honest, let’s move on.” Smith and Anderson were accused of beating a 20-year-old man in front of a crowd outside Regina’s Pure Ultra Lounge last August. The altercation left the man with serious injuries. Evidence presented in court was under a publication ban. Smith will go on trial, the judge said. He left the courthouse without speaking to media. “We expected he will be put to trial for these matters,” said Crown attorney Adam Breker. “The way the evidence came out, we put it before the judge and she made her determination — and after having heard all the evidence, it’s not a huge surprise that she made the decision she did.” Anderson said the charge

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“I’m just going to worry about my situation right now, and my situation is now dealt with.” Riders defensive back Dwight Anderson

hadn’t weighed on him in the past several months. “I know I didn’t do anything, so I just knew I had to go through the court system and that was going to take time,” Anderson said. An aggravated assault charge against Roughriders wide receiver Eron Riley in the same incident was dropped on June 4. Dates for Smith’s trial have yet to be announced. “I’m going to let (Smith) and his lawyers take care of that situation,” Anderson said.

Saskatchewan Roughriders wide receiver Taj Smith, left, and defensive back Dwight Anderson leave provincial court in Regina on Thursday. Both players were charged following the beating of a man outside a Regina bar last August. The charge against Anderson was dropped, though Smith will continue to stand trial. Inset: Anderson said he’s relieved that he won’t go to trial after a judge found insufficient evidence to proceed against him. SARAH TAGUIAM/METRO


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Getting into the FIFA spirit John Grainger, centre, owner of Xtratime Sports Soccer Locker in Saskatoon, stands with his 16-year-old son Greg, right, and employee Ethan Bailey, 17. The store is getting into the FIFA spirit, says John, with World Cup-related items such as jerseys, replica trophies and the types of soccer balls to be used on the pitches in Brazil in the next four weeks. JACOB MORGAN/METRO IN SASKATOON

Riders to face the enemy on home turf Redblacks. Ottawa team to make debut at Mosaic Stadium MARCO VIGLIOTTI

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It is perhaps the most monumental exhibition game ever played at Mosaic Stadium. And it owes none of its significance to its famed host team, the Saskatchewan Roughriders. On Saturday, the Ottawa Redblacks will make their Canadian Football League

debut in Regina against the Riders in both teams’ first pre-season game of 2014. “It’s one of the most significant (milestones), because it actually has the team on the field playing football,” Jeff Hunt, CEO of the Redblacks, told Metro, noting that the tilt is officially an Ottawa home game. “It’s been a long time coming.” The long-running first franchise in the nation’s capital famously shared the Roughriders moniker — actually, Rough Riders — with Saskatchewan. The exhibition opener was

originally to be played in Ottawa, but was moved to Regina after Redblacks officials realized that the team’s new stadium, TD Place, wouldn’t be completed in time for the game. Hunt said Mosaic Stadium was quickly identified as a suitable replacement, mainly because of the Green and White’s strong fan support. In Saskatchewan, he added, “CFL football is more important ... than anywhere else in the country.” Despite the distance, some Ottawa football fans are planning to make the trip to Regina for the game.

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The Redblacks are the third CFL franchise to call Ottawa home after their most recent predecessors, the Renegades, folded following the 2005 season.

Joanne Pomalis, a former Regina resident living in Ottawa, is among them. “Everyone in Ottawa is very excited to have football back,” she said, adding that as a Riders fan she will root for Saskatchewan.

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A union representing specialized health-care workers is appealing to the Saskatchewan government to bring in a mediator to restart stalled contract negotiations. Karen Wasylenko, president of the Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan, says the union has “no choice” but to lobby the government after talks with the Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations (SAHO) reached an impasse. She says negotiations broke down after SAHO abruptly cancelled four days of scheduled negotiations. “We were hoping that with the four days we wouldn’t have to do this ... but they turned around and cancelled on us without giving any reason,” Wasylenko told Metro on Thursday. Doug Forseth, CEO of SAHO, said his organization is “disappointed” that the union has declared an impasse. “We feel that more discussion and negotiation through the regular bargaining process was needed and could have gone forward,” Forseth said. According to Wasylenko, the primary issue for union members is “chronic understaffing” in health regions. Forseth, however, refused to comment on the nature of the discussions with the union, stating that it’s not “productive to negotiate in the media.” He added, though, that “there are still a lot of issues that need to be sorted through.” The union represents more than 3,400 specially trained workers including paramedics, hospital pharmacists and physical therapists.


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Province wants auditor to review French school board books Money woes. Financial concerns could leave teachers without a payday The Saskatchewan government wants the province’s auditor to take a look at the books of a French-language school board because of money problems. Education Minister Don Morgan says he’s concerned about the financial position of the Conseil scolaire fransaskois, which said earlier this month that it might not be able to pay teachers on time. “The idea of paying a teacher late or not at all is something that’s not acceptable,” Morgan said on Thursday. “They should not have to worry about whether they will have money for groceries or their own mortgage pay-

ments, so we will make sure that they get paid.” President Andre Denis says the board was audited by the province in 2012-13. He says if the provincial auditor accepts the mandate to review the books again, the board will co-operate. “The CSF has undertaken concrete actions to stabilize the (board’s) financial situation and to achieve a balanced budget in 2014-2015,” said Denis. “As with the ministry, the Conseil will await provincial auditor’s recommendations following her assessment of the (board’s) financial situation.” The board says it has already cut administrative jobs, reduced training and put prekindergarten for three-yearolds on hold in schools where there was an extra cost to staff the program to help address a $4.4-million shortfall. Morgan said the French-

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“The idea of paying a teacher late or not at all is something that’s not acceptable.” Don Morgan, Education minister

Funding

Provincial funding to the board went to $31.4 million this year from $28 million last year, he said. The board gets $19,831 in funding per student, which is higher than the $10,981 public and Catholic boards get per student.

language school board is challenged by having small classrooms in some remote areas, so it doesn’t have the economies of scale. the canadian press

Education Minister Don Morgan speaks to media in Saskatoon on Thursday about the francophone board’s finances. Jacob Morgan/Metro

Highway lines ready to get fresh coat of paint

The highway painting season starts between mid-May and early June and ends in December. Courtesy Ministry of Highways

Saskatchewan’s highways are getting a makeover, as the province has begun painting lines on more than 50,000 kilometres of roads. The province’s highway system — the largest in Canada per capita — undergoes line repainting every season, starting in mid-May or early June. “Lines provide drivers with critical information about where their wheels should be and where they can safely pull over during an emergency situation. They

also alert motorists to passing opportunities and intersection locations,” Highways Minister Nancy Heppner said on Thursday in a release. “Wear and tear from traffic, snowplow blades and the elements mean these important safety tools need to be repainted each year.” A total of 47,753 kilometres of centre and shoulder lines are set to be painted, along with 29,065 km of pavement signs such as those with arrows and stop bars.

All lines must be repainted by Dec. 15, according to Ministry of Highways spokesman Joel Cherry. “Saskatchewan is growing, has a lot of harsh weather elements and has more traffic all the time,” Cherry said, “and that affects all aspects of our transportation system including lines.” About 1.2 million litres of paint and 660,000 kilograms of spherical glass beads, which add reflection on paint for night driving, will be ap-

plied to the pavement. Some left-over glass beads will also be used on the lines, Cherry added. The entire project has a budget of $7.2 million. Five paint trucks will travel the province to work on the lines. All drivers are asked to slow down to 60 km/h when passing the trucks with flashing lights. “We ask that drivers follow this law to ensure their safety on the roads,” Cherry added. Sarah Taguiam/Metro


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Project Clemenza. Police say more than a million messages were analyzed as evidence, leading to arrest of 31 suspected gangsters Police in Quebec say they used intercepted BlackBerry communications to take down two alleged organized crime groups operating in the province. The RCMP said Thursday more than one million private messages were intercepted and analyzed as evidence as part of an operation dubbed Project Clemenza. Officials from the RCMP and Montreal Police said it is the first time this investigative technique has been used on such a large scale in a criminal investigation. “This is the most important interception of this kind performed as part of a major investigation in North America.”

RCMP officer Michel Arcand speaks to reporters at RCMP headquarters in Montreal on Thursday, where he answered questions about Project Clemenza, a sweep of alleged organized crime groups in the province. Graham Hughes/the canadian press

ation Colisee seven years ago, an operation aimed at their predecessors. Police described the cells as linked to Italian-based organized crime in Montreal. Police said they arrested 31 people in Montreal, Quebec City, Laval and Gatineau.

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Skydiving at 90? That would be prudent at this juncture Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush prepares to land on the lawn at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church while strapped to Sgt. Mike Elliott, a retired member of the Army’s Golden Knights parachute team, during celebrations of Bush’s 90th birthday, on Thursday in Kennebunkport, Maine. Robert F. Bukaty/the associated press

Islamic militants who seized cities and towns vowed Thursday to march on Baghdad to settle old scores, joined by Saddam Hussein-era loyalists and other disaffected Sunnis capitalizing on the government’s political paralysis over the biggest threat to Iraq’s stability since the U.S. withdrawal. The militants also declared they would impose Shariah law in Mosul and other areas they captured. Three planeloads of Americans were being evacuated from a major Iraqi airbase north of Baghdad, U.S. officials said, and Germany urged its citizens to immediately leave parts of Iraq, including Baghdad. The UN Security Council met on the crisis, underscoring the growing international alarm over the advances by fighters from the group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. the associated press

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A masked man throws a stone toward riot police in Sao Paulo on Thursday during a protest demanding better public services and raging against the money spent on the World Cup tournament. Rodrigo Abd/The Associated Press

World Cup revelry matched by rage as protests get violent Turmoil in host cities. Black Bloc adherents infect crowd angered by billions spent on sport Protesters and Brazilian police clashed in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and at least three other World Cup cities on Thursday, around the first match of soccer’s premier event. Just after the match started, about 300 protesters marched along Rio’s Copacabana beach to denounce lavish spending on a sports tournament in a nation with profound social needs. The protest was peaceful, but there were worries that could change as adherents to the anarchist “Black Bloc” tactic were seen in the crowd. Violence did break out elsewhere. In Sao Paulo, more than 300 demonstrators gathered along a main highway leading to the stadium. Some tried to block traffic, but police repeatedly pushed them back using tear gas and stun grenades. A few protesters suffered injuries after being hit by rubber bullets, while others choked on tear gas. An Associated Press photographer was injured in the leg after a stun grenade

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exploded near him. CNN reported on its website that two of its journalists were also injured. “We’re in a country where the money doesn’t go to the community, and meanwhile we see all these millions spent on stadiums,” said student Tameres Mota, a protester at the Sao Paulo demonstration. Meanwhile, about 300 protesters gathered in central Rio de Janeiro; police took a few into custody. In Belo Horizonte, about 200 clashed with police, some smashing doors and windows. About 1,000 gathered in Porto Alegre, with some breaking property and hurling stones, authorities said. Police scattered about 150 protesters in the capital city of Brasilia, according to a local newspaper. The Associated Press

Pope Francis has a message for the World Cup: Let soccer be a showcase for teamwork and solidarity, not racism and greed. The Argentine-born Pope recorded a video that aired on Brazilian TV ahead of Thursday’s opening match. In it, Francis said soccer teaches three lessons that can promote peace and solidarity: the need to work hard to reach goals, the importance of fair play and teamwork and the need to respect opponents. “To win, we must overcome individualism, selfishness, all forms of racism, intolerance and manipulation of people,” he said. He said being “greedy” in soccer, as in life, is an obstacle. Francis, a lifelong fan of the Buenos Aires club San Lorenzo, has amassed an enormous collection of jerseys since his election and has met with many visiting teams. The Associated Press

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With the country playing host to World Pride celebrations in Toronto this summer, Metro Canada is showing its support for the LGBTQ community with its first Canadian guest editorship. Multiple Juno winners Tegan and Sara are using their guest editorship to acknowledge some of the young people across Canada who are working to make a difference in the LGBTQ community

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Year after year, album after album, our music has offered our fans a soundtrack for their experiences in life and love. The process of sharing our music with our fans and having them share their experiences with us is a cathartic cycle. As we have become more successful, that cathartic cycle has become about much more than love and loss in the romantic realm. Fans aren’t just sharing stories about heartbreak related to romance, they are sharing stories about heartbreak related to being LGBTQ: Awful tales of being kicked out of their houses for being gay; sad stories about their parents forbidding them to see their same-sex partners; gut-wrenching accounts about being bullied at school because they are queer. As sad as these stories have been, increasingly they’ve started to have a current of hopefulness pulsing through them. One after another,

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our LGBTQ fans have told us our music is helping them through. Parents have started coming to our shows with their LGBTQ teenagers to thank us for being role models. They have questions and worries just like our Mom did when we came out: Will the world accept my child? Can my child still be successful and gay? The answer is yes. Emphatically, yes. We hope our success brings peace to these parents and reassurance to the young LGBTQ people we talk to each day. Most of all we hope to continue to be a beacon of change to the mainstream. When we started our career 16 years ago, we did not have the foresight to know how significant being out would be to

our career and lives. However, we always had an instinct that being open and honest about our sexuality — with media and fans alike — was the only way to live in our public life. It felt counterintuitive to hide who we were when our music was so sincere and transparent. Sara and I were aware that our career and audience would be better served by brutal honesty and openness rather than omissions about our experiences as gay people. How could we possibly sell our music if we weren’t open about the content of the music? Looking back, I’m proud that we had the fortitude to withstand some of the sexism and homophobia we faced. Though, truthfully, when I reflect on those early days, I don’t often see us struggling or hurting over these obstacles. I just see two really strong kids, irritatingly confident, forging ahead in face of anything that was thrown our way — just like I see so many of our young fans in the LGBTQ community doing themselves today.

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yourself, a T-shirt seems like a really great medium, because you wear it on your chest,” she says. “You really can’t get any more personal than that.” The images are intriguing, thought-provoking, and resonate deeply with the cause. Take, for example, Storey’s d n a gan bum rainbow mountain design. “I e T l a ffici esigns al ting o wanted to pay respect to the e h et yd arke rainbow — it’s beautiful, becam 2003. Em bsites, m aps y e r e in rh Sto it’s something that brings Emy rt director artwork, w and — pe l force gay people a lot of coma a s r m p a g r u o e r Sa s, alb ge backd is the int y has t fort and pride and recogp e c m t e con ials, sta nizability, but I wanted — sh ndising. E esigns tha to y r l n i t e t n s a a s a d m to do something new sine Emy port nd merch ction of paign u m b i r t mos r ba ast colle ew cam art of ou nt years, s with it,” she says. u o d v n p t e Thinking of the behin create a nch each portant re. In rec BTQ righ ni d G u u im ongoing struggle helpe d us to la urned an and’s cult support L tinues to egan T n e b t o of the LGBTQ comallow ride. She art of our ompany t and she co e politics. h for c t c p munity’s fight with amental p Riot — a -shirts — passiona ost as mu to T y d d for equality, she m l & l n d n e l a l a n u e f o n n v a sa ts desig know says, “I had this ed Re lmos ter 11 ource found h art, res er unique and that’s we owe a to say af ation idea of a moung h r b rd throu e us with ecome a c, and this nd it’s ha nt collabo als tain, and how m b r i a i i e s s c sp a ha or its mu esign — most re n. The An ra r in fact dea S a and etic as f ourite d was our with Fu spite all the and S n v h r a a t f u s — g o r e ! e t r its progress y. Ou togethe mmer’s iot and T e r o t u R S (we’ve made), Emy f working for last s f Revel & A Quin o R o ot there’s so much more years evel & Ri the spirit shelves. SA R e d mountain to climb.” It’s one h h e t t r i u ff w t o p t ca of Revel & Riot’s most popular flew T-shir ly, and it T-shirts. rfect

Other designs, including Life Goes By Too Quickly, a re-imagining of the LGBTQ acronym, and We Are the Gay Kids, a representation of the diversity of the LGBTQ community, are available on the website; products include buttons, tote bags and paintings, with prices ranging from $5 to $500. Proceeds from sales fund the organization’s work promoting LGBTQ rights, awareness and equality. Revel & Riot also provides a wide range of LGBTQ resources online, including a database of community organizations, articles and videos. But it always comes back to the art. “It’s interesting what graphics can do,” Storey says. “It’s profoundly important to have writing and resources and material available to support the message ... “But good graphics can bring people to the cause in the first place. It catches someone’s eye, they share the image — it’s a very effective way to get a message across quickly.”

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It was only natural that Emy Storey would eventually turn her hand to a project beyond designing band T-shirts and album cover art. “I had wanted for a long time to fuse the personal and political and pursue a project that was involved with gay rights,” says the Montrealbased graphic designer about the impulse that led her to start Revel & Riot. “In terms of graphics representing the movement, there really hadn’t been a lot. You’d go into a gay bookstore and you’d try to buy a T-shirt and it always looked the same,” she says, referring to the rainbow

and pink triangle designs — images that haven’t changed much since the 1970s. So Storey applied her graphic design talents to the problem, creating new takes on the classic imagery and printing them on Tshirts.

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Good graphics! Designer Emy Storey promotes equality with her message T-shirts. Emilie Desrue


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The filmmaker’s progress What I Love About Being Queer. From short film to Tumblr account to book: The evolution of Vivek Shraya’s multimedia project

Find What I Love About Being Queer at George Brown College bookstores, Glad Day Bookshop (gladdaybookshop.com), or Vivek Shraya’s website (vivekshraya.com).

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What goes into designing a T-shirt? Revel & Riot’s Emy Storey gives us insight into some of her creations online at metronews.ca.

“I try to focus on the ways the world has gotten better for queer people, especially in my lifetime,” says Vivek Shraya, “but hearing people who are 10 years younger than I am going through the same thought processes I was going through when I was coming out — ‘My parents won’t accept me. I think I’m disgusting. Is this a phase? Will it go away?’ — that selfhate, I find really disturbing.” Shraya is a human rights adviser by day, a musician, filmmaker and author by night. It was his interactions with the LGBTQ students he met through his work for Diversity, Equity and Human Rights Services at Toronto’s George Brown College that inspired one of his biggest projects to date: What I Love About Being Queer. “I wanted to create a project that showcased the positive aspects of being queer,” he says. “To say to these students, ‘Hey, you know, this complicated part of yourself that you don’t know how to reconcile right now is also something that makes you beautiful. It’s something that should be celebrated.’” To answer their questions, he asked one of his own. “I thought, Why not ask people what they love about being queer?” Shraya says. It was a question he wasn’t sure he could answer himself. “I think a lot of us have grown up in a world where we learned the opposite first; where we learned all the negative things about being queer.” Growing up as a gay South Asian in Edmonton in the ’90s, he was well acquainted with the negatives — homophobia and a sense of isolation, just to start — but this was a chance to refocus. He set up his film equipment in his living room and asked friends to contribute, then reached out to “people who had inspired me: Educators, activists, artists. I wanted a lot of people of colour;

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Vivek Shraya’s project funds an LGBTQ student leadership award. Contributed

that was important to me.” In the end, the film featured 34 people — but Shraya didn’t want to stop there. “I was increasingly aware that there was no way for me to actually fully capture the amazing diversity of the queer community,” he says. That’s where Tumblr came in. “That made it an open project. Anyone, anywhere, could submit their answer.” Within six months, he had more than 200 submissions from around the world. The idea for the book came from his friend Farzana Doctor, a Lambda-winning author and project contributor, who suggested that publishing a coffee-table book would be a great way of extending the reach of the project. At first, Shraya wasn’t convinced. “It’s really powerful to see so many different queer bodies expressing what they love about being queer on film,” he says. He worried that immediacy and intimacy would be lost on paper.

Along with his What I Love About Being Queer project, Vivek Shraya also wrote God Loves Hair, a collection of 21 short stories about a child navigating the complex realms of sexuality, gender, racial politics, religion, and belonging. Visit metronews.ca for excerpts and a video of Shraya reading from the collection.

and the book was recently nominated for a Lambda Literary Award. In a world where so many cultural representations of the gay community have a tragic aspect, Shraya is happy to focus on the positive. “Those [tragic] stories are important to showcase, but I also think it’s important to show that we have rich lives,” he says. “We build community, we make great art, we’re hilarious. There are all these other facets about us that sometimes get lost.”

But then he thought races, orientations and corabout what the book would ners of the globe. Sales have been global, have meant to him as a young man. “If someone had hand- too. Shraya has shipped coped me a book like that when I ies across North America, and was 16, when I was struggling to Germany, Peru, Brazil and with who I was ... I couldn’t India. They’ve already raised have imagined something more than $11,000 for the Positive Space like this, then,” he says. Award, Shraya approached his manager at George Brown, Whe nIm struc Dale Hall, with a proposal: et V i k co n s b y h o w v e k o v e If the department could help r ider ing t positiv 10 year ing a fund the project, he would e s h m i s s C D a t m a t w e “ h e w a s . a g o, I w donate the proceeds to a m i e a wa n g m y h o n s t a g e t ” v i a E s p e c i a l a s leadership award for LGBTQ y l e V tiou by his c ad! Back e, and na ivek th y students. “I gave a 10-minute s l au rowando stag rrow g l e u i l h f y r. H e. U Iw I’v presentation,” he says, “and I a de ntil rec e ever e e has th as blow said, ‘Do you have any quesn ently ar fr e mo n co u i B end s n ut V tions?’ She said, ‘Nope,’ and and I just tho tered in t infeci v e k lot o a ve ugh my surp r that was it. She’s been a f l a s t o t h e r p r i s e d m y t a l e n te t o f h i m few e— eopl a real champion of this prod m year e— incre usici s and s p b a ject.” o n a d i b l e a n t h a t s te y c r e a t i r o b a b l y n . d p n With Hall’s support, i t s w c r e a t i v e i n s p i r i n p e d fa r g a m a s a b s j a the book came together L o v e ke . O n e o u r n e y t g b o o k c e y o n d m i v e b o d y a quickly. It features sew h a A b o u t B o f h i s m h a t h a s l l l e d G o d u s i c . St a o f w o r k t e o e lections from the film it’s a they lov ing Que st inspi ft songs Loves H r ting wi in the t r e c o f and Tumblr, plus confee-t about er. A col ing piec , books, air, he e h an Cana le m e a b a tributions made by copy dian’s ho ble book eing qu ction of s is a bo nd mov barked ie e o audience members ar tis showed usehold that sho er (duh? queer pe k called s in . t ma u ! at screenings. Famk i n g p a t m y I wa s t h u l d b e m ) . I n m y o p l e d e s W h a t I r ill cr i hu an ho a BIG iliar faces, includd i ff e u s e i t m e d t o b e d a t o r y i m b l e o p b i n g n o inion r p e v e a n e ve rt ing Sook-Yin Lee and ce i n d , t h e w m e to te o f i t , a n r y Tegan Quin, are surrounded d wh ars. orld e A t n oday t by photos and quotes from . TEG ruly love my AN ly queer people from all ages, Qu i n


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Campus centre a LGBTQ haven for all of Regina Playing a double role. University of Regina Pride Centre fills gap for local LGBTQ community

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The executive director at the University of Regina Pride Centre for Sexuality and Gender Diversity doesn’t only run a safe space for students. Leo Keiser runs a safe space for the entire city. “There is no designated downtown gender and sexually diverse health and wellness centre,” says Keiser, a queer and trans* 26-year-old. “So we Leo Keiser, 26, is the executive director of the University of Regina Pride Centre for Sexuality and Gender Diversity — play a double role.” the only group of its kind in the city. courtesy Leo Keiser While Keiser said groups such as the Gay and Lesbian tre still has a major part to play Community of Regina’s social niche when it comes to educa- other towns in Saskatchewan. “If there’s any way that on campus. tional outreach. club and TransSask Support Last April, for instance, an“I see the pride cen- we can be supportive of the Services do valuable work, tre here as part of the gender and sexually diverse ti-gay speaker Peter LaBarbera the pride centre a initiatives in any of the com- arrived at the university to fills a gh bigger picture and a nning bigger network of munities surrounding us, we spread his hateful message. as ru ere in hi w e w h at s hen we ll to the Keiser said the pride centre folks who are de- definitely want to do that,” es th m jok n centre w always fu eer, but a was there to stage a peaceful said Keiser. manding public o m as uqu My p-i and One project they’re espe- counter-demonstration acceptance,” they d sex were hen w Q dro LGBT . Our kitc s. Not all ues aroun ed cially excited about is a men- give people “something betsaid. l s d d s i o i n v o e h o h r it sc fri Some of the torship program for LGBTQ ter to look at when they were om p er to with ling w brim re strugg . And my m a should k then. walking by.” off-campus ac- youth. d c r e lot w nd gende anding an ve her ba ucky to And as someone originally “Reducing isolation and tivities Keiser a l t a s h e r y r t ali helps out providing community one-on- from northern Manitoba who unde e lucky to Regina a e Centre , t r o supp . We wer eople of gina Prid aybe with include one is a super important thing came out while attending the p arranging to do,” said Keiser. “There’s university, he knows how to cry on e LGBTQ nd the Re iversity. M a h school an- something so profound in con- welcome kids looking for the And t eo Keiser Gender D L d ti-bullying necting with somebody else chance to feel proud. have uality an op by? x st “Seeing folks coming into w o r k - who is like you.” for Se m could o But with funding from tu- first contact with the centre shops, colmy m uin nQ laborating with the ition fees and students repre- that way is really unique,” they tega committee that throws Queen senting more than half of said. “It just gives me a better City Pride and travelling to active members, the pride cen- perspective for the work I do.”

Saskatoon teen seeks gender, sexual equality in classroom Television taught 19-year-old Thomas Gendzwill of Saskatoon about the aspects of life his high school failed to mention. He remembers watching 1 Girl 5 Gays on MTV Canada — a show that speaks frankly about homosexual issues — after he came out as bisexual at 14. That’s when he realized how his education was letting him down. “I talk to some older gay men who are in their late 20s and they talk about Queer As Folk,” said Gendzwill, who graduated last year. “1 Girl 5 Gays was my Queer As Folk.”

But most other aspects of society are heteronormative, he said, so he still had a long way to go before fully understanding the many identities and variances captured under the LGBTQ banner. Attending several forums over the past few months with the non-profit youth diversity initiative Jer’s Vision gave Gendzwill the knowledge and confidence he needed to enact change. “I was astounded that at 19, completely done high school, I had not learned a lot of these things,” he said. “I was learning a whole bunch

more about HIV and hepatitis C ... I was also learning about transgender people.” Now, Gendzwill is determined to bring equality into the classroom. He plans to reach out to the Gay Straight Alliances at public schools and develop a strategy for incorporating standardized LGBTQ curricula into sexual education. “I feel as though sex ed is a great platform for kids to learn about our community,” he said. Gendzwill added that this would both lift the stigma of certain STIs and reduce

anxiety for youth who don’t know about gay and lesbian sex or how to properly minimize their risk of contracting life-changing infections. “It’s important that kids learn about how to be safe,” said Gendzwill. He also said that having a single-stall gender-neutral washroom in every school would create a safer space for queer and trans* students. One day, Gendzwill hopes to bring all of his interests together to work in the media industry that first inspired him and make it more inclusive. Jacob morgan/metro

A new campaign from PFLAG Canada (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) is raising awareness that transgender people are not simply deciding to change gender, but trying to make how they feel inside match how they look outside. Launched in April, the print campaign features a man and a woman wearing masks of the opposite PFLA G gender with the line: Not All camp has a n e Prisons Have Bars. Support on Tr aign focu w a Trans Awareness. A video Ofte ns awar sed n e campaign has also been the “ people ness. forge T” in launched. — an t “LGB As part of it’s previous the m d not jus TQ” t in a i n strea Sharing Out Stories cambut i n m comm the LGB , paign, PFLAG featured a T u We’r nity as Q mother, Jennifer, share w PFLA glad to ell. ing the story of see G on the her transgender very impo frontlin child. Visit es TEG rtant AN Q hum of this n uin metronews.ca to an ri ghts ext see this video. fight . metro In the pink

Jer’s Vision gives youth safer space

when more than 9.5 million Canadians wear Pink to stop bullying, homophobia and transphobia. Founded nine years ago, Jeremy Dias, who, after Jer’s Vision has been coming out in high school in engaging and empowering Sault St. Marie, was severely youth across Canada in bullied, created the organizaaddressing homophobia, tion. When he was 17, he transphobia and bullying. filed a legal case against the The youth-run organschool and school board and ization offers workshops, at 21 he won the Canada’s mentors schools and youth second-largest human rights communities to improve settlement. He used that and create safer space, and money to found Jer’s Vision: holds LGBTQ & Ally youth Canada’s Youth Diversity conferences across the Initiative, the international country to support youth in Day of Pink and the running diversity clubs. Jeremy Dias Jer’s Vision is also behind Scholarship. the International Day of For more Pink (held the second information Wednesday in on Jer’s April), Vision, visit I nev e jersstyle r wear p . Or m i n k. I vision. Tues day i y colour t’s not re . But Dias n Ap ally m org. r d peop id the o il I do. W every sec y p o l cepte e who a posite o hy? Jerem nd r f ran t d when t e bullied what so y o h man foug ward th ey are y and not y a e h o didn t it, won system ung do ct ’t run — h a mak awa nd mad at failed he e whe change, y. He con e change him, n he . says educate tinues to He TEG AN Q and wear fi ght, uin ins Pink — I s pire. So ay, y es si r.

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Former teacher dies in hoarder’s squalor, cat in lap Help was available

California. Rita Corpin, 72, was pronounced dead in her yard of natural causes; she owned three homes

“I wish we would have known about this. We probably could have salvaged her.” Fire Insp. Darren Johnson A member of the Orange County Task Force on Hoarding’s executive committee.

Orange County firefighters wearing hazmat suits had to climb over vegetation and trash piled 1.5 metres high to get to a yard where a woman died in a chair amid debris with a kitten in a carrier on her lap. County Register reports that firefighters arrived Tuesday night at the Rosewood Avenue home of Rita Corpin, 72, who was pronounced dead in her yard. No foul play is suspected.

Corpin owned two other Orange County homes where animal control officials attempted Wednesday to capture more than 60 feral cats. The retired high school history teacher owned two dogs and fed area cats regularly, Santa Ana police Cpl. Anthony Bertagna said. Because her home was so full of debris, Corpin lived alone in a truck in her drive-

way, Bertagna said. It took officials several hours to remove Corpin’s body from the property because of the trash and overgrown plants. Over time, the hoarding and neglect at Corpin’s properties prompted 26 contacts by Santa Ana city officials, city spokeswoman Tanya Lyon said. The city levied fines and warned Corpin about her properties’ poor condition, but she eventually refused to allow city officials on her properties, Lyon said. By making small changes, Corpin prevented the city from seeking a search warrant to perform inspections. The Orange County Task Force on Hoarding said the group had not worked with Corpin. the associated press

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Three people, including a daughter, are accused of ransacking the grave of a U.S. businessman in search of his “real will,” only to find a pack of cigarettes in his hand. Eddie Nash died of a heart attack in 2004 at age 68. His cemetery vault in New Hampshire was found cracked last month, the casket opened and his remains searched. The body was left intact. An arrest affidavit names Ginette Dowse, 71, Michael Day, 37, and Nash’s daughter, Melanie Lynch, 52. Lynch had made comments about her father being buried with “the real will,” police said. Day was arrested Tuesday and jailed on charges of interference with a cemetery and criminal mischief. His lawyer didn’t return a phone call. Dowse and Lynch are out on bail. the associated press


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Woman charged with trying to have family killed Authorities in the U.S. have arrested a 19-year-old woman they say tried to have someone she met on Facebook kill her family. But the person she was talking with over the site was actually her aunt. Al.com reports that Marissa Williams was arrested Monday and charged with solicitation of murder. She was being held in an Alabama jail on $30,000 US bond. Williams admitted to the plot but said she didn’t really mean for anyone to be killed. the associated press

ing to a report by the IT company EMC, which conducted online surveys with 15,000 web users in 15 countries. Globally, the average was 59 per cent. Canadians were the secondleast likely to say that they’d be willing to trade some of their privacy for “easier access to information and knowledge,” behind only the German-born respondents. About 85 per cent of the Canadians polled said they believed it will become more difficult to cling onto a safe degree of privacy online in the next five years, versus 81 per cent of

all respondents. But Canadians admitted they could do more to protect themselves on the Internet. Nearly seven in 10 said they did not regularly change their online passwords, versus the global average of 62 per cent. One in three said they didn’t worry about changing their privacy settings when joining social networks, which was in line with the global average. And about four in 10 said they didn’t have a password protecting their cellphone from being accessed, compared to 39 per cent of all the respondents. THE CANADIAN PRESS

Surveillance. White House pushing local cops to zip it The Obama administration has been quietly advising local police not to disclose details about surveillance technology they are using to sweep up basic cellphone data from entire neighbourhoods, The Associated Press has learned. Citing security reasons, the U.S. has intervened in routine state public-records cases and criminal trials regarding use of the technology. This has resulted in police departments withholding materials or heavily censoring documents in rare instances when they disclose anything about the purchase and use of such powerful equipment. Federal involvement in

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Brazil protects its local industries by charging high tariffs on imported goods. The iPhone 5s costs $649 in the U.S. but has a starting price of $1,250 US in Brazil. A pepperoni pizza will cost you $35 in Brazil. Brazil’s $6.28 Big Mac is among the most expensive in the world.

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said Rafael Alcadipani, a business administration professor at the Getulio Vargas Foundation, Brazil’s top think-tank. “Anything you buy in Brazil will be more expensive than in the United States or Europe, but the quality is going to be worse,” he said. Hotel rates in many of the World Cup host cities more than doubled ahead of the tournament. Massachusettsbased TripAdvisor reports visitors to Rio will face the highest prices, with hotel rates averaging $445 per night. Even the more affordable host cities will set travellers back a good amount: $457 per day in Cuiaba and $477 in Sao Paulo. “The Cup prices are ridiculous. Everything shot up. The only thing you can buy in Brazil is a bikini, a cachaca (Brazilian sugar cane liquor) and a pair of Havaianas (sandals),” said Gillian Santos, a Brazilian who now lives in Belgium.

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The sun rose Thursday on a tropical nation hosting its first World Cup in 64 years. Nearly half the world’s population, well over three billion spectators, are expected to watch soccer’s premier event and get a glimpse of the country that in two years will host the Summer Olympics. But just hours before play was to begin, it still wasn’t clear which Brazil we would see. Would it be the irreverent nation known for its festive, freewheeling spirit? Or would it be the country that, for the past year, has been a hotbed of fury over poor public services, discontent over a political system widely viewed as corrupt, and deep anger over the $11.5 billion US spent on hosting the World Cup? “The world is going to see multitudes cheering for soccer — but also demanding that our country change,” Helen Santos, a school teacher, said as she walked home in Rio de Janeiro. “The world needs to see that we’re a serious country. We’re not just a nation of soccer, but a country striving and demanding the government provide better education and health care. The world needs to see the reality of Brazil, not just the sport.” Street protests have lessened in size since last year, when Brazilians staged raucous rallies against the government, overshadowing the Confederations Cup soccer tournament. For two weeks, dozens of places were roiled by unrest. Whether Brazilians have moved past such disruption is uncertain. “I hope the soccer outshines the protests, but I also know there remains a climate

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of anger,” said Edson Carvalho, an office assistant watching 10 barefoot young men play a pick-up soccer match in Rio’s Botafogo neighbourhood. However, protesters and Brazilian police clashed in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and at least three other World Cup cities on Thursday ahead of the first match. About 300 protesters marched along Rio’s Copacabana beach. In Sao Paulo, more than 300 demonstrators

gathered along a main highway leading to the stadium. In Belo Horizonte, another Cup host city, about 200 protesters clashed with police at a rally in a central plaza. In southern Brazil, Porto Alegre, another host city, saw about 1,000 people gather, with some breaking windows and hurling stones at police. About 150 protesters in the capital city of Brasilia were scattered by police using tear gas and rubber bullets, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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The Canadian Sealers Association blames heavy sea ice and trade issues for a big drop in the commercial hunt off Newfoundland this spring. Executive director Frank Pinhorn says just fewer than 55,000 harp seals were landed, compared to 91,000 last year and 69,000 in 2012. Pinhorn says about 65 boats went out compared to 45 the year before, but many had trouble getting through unusually thick sea ice.

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He says the number of seals landed was far below the federal quota of 400,000 while the price held steady at about $35 for the best pelts. The association is calling on Ottawa to more aggressively deal with seal product bans that block access to markets in several countries. The federal government has challenged a European Union ban at the World Trade Organization but lost again on appeal last month. the canadian press

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Pothole vigilantism goes artsy The perfect pothole might not exist for many people — but for artist Jim Bachor, it’s one with a nice oval shape. Bachor began filling potholes a little more than a year ago, after one in front of his house became a hassle. He doesn’t just fill them with cement, though. He’s turned pothole-filling into a public art project. He fills them with mosaics. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Public art, practical outcome While his art isn’t a permanent solution to the problem, it’s at least a small fix, he says. The city hasn’t shut down his project, and some community members have expressed gratitude. Gerry Shaheen says Bachor and his crew are welcome anytime to fill potholes in his city. “I’ll pave the way for them,” Shaheen said with smirk. “No pun intended.” THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Jump Street. Tatum and Hill’s second outing as bumbling cops takes self-aware jabs at the business of sequels Richard: Mark, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are producers on the new Jump Street film, which, I guess, explains all the jokes about how much everything cost. At one point Hill actually says, “It’s way more expensive for no reason at all.” I don’t know how much the movie cost to make,

Mark: Richard, I liked this instalment way more than the previous outing. I loved all the self-referential gags, including the brilliant end-credits that hilariously make fun of the inevitable sequels that will follow. I credit the directors, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, for the knowing pop culture sophistication they brought to the film.

They directed the first one, too, but they’ve grown more confident since their Lego Movie hit, which also tweaked the audience’s expectations in a similar way. RC: The end credit sequence, which maps out the next sequels from number 3 to installment 43 — they go to Beauty School and Magic School among other places of higher learning — is probably the funniest part of the movie. The stuff that comes before is amiable, relying on the Mutt and Jeff chemistry of Hill and Tatum for laughs. It’s boisterous and aims to please, but best of all are the self-referential jokes.

By clowning around about the difficulty in making the sequel better than the original, they’re winking at the audience, acknowledging that this is basically a spoof of Hollywood sequels. It’s subversive, meta and kind of brilliant. MB: Yep. Because I can see explosions and pratfalls in any “action comedy”; it’s the subversive stuff that makes this movie stand apart. The intergender fight sequence between Jonah Hill and Jillian Bell (who is incredible throughout the film) is as subversive a take on sexual politics and

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Why Australia is a perfect setting for a post-apocalyptic film more the people that might kill you. In a way, it’s a kind of geopolitical inversion of the world in present day, because the world of The Rover in a way sort of exists on the planet today. It just happens to be in super-violent, resource-rich countries like Nigeria or West African states where there still is an infrastructure and official organization, but it’s just incredibly cutthroat, and there is violence bubbling under the surface at all times.

The Rover. Aussie filmmaker takes to his home to film tale about a man out for revenge in a hostile world Ned Ehrbar

Metro World News in Hollywood

Australian filmmaker David Michod made quite a first impression in Hollywood with his 2010 debut, Animal Kingdom, so a lot of eyes were on him as he chose a followup. That choice is now here in the form of The Rover, a post-apocalyptic tale about a man (Guy Pearce) out for revenge against the guys who stole his car. Australia seems to lend itself to these post-apocalyptic settings. I love this kind of movie, people stranded in a really

The Rover opens next Friday. contributed

inhospitable landscape. And in some ways it doesn’t get more inhospitable than Australia largely because 80 per cent of the country is desert and there are so few people out there. It’s both epically beautiful and wholly terrifying when you’re out there, because you know that only a couple of little things would need to go

wrong and you could die. For instance, New Zealand doesn’t really have any animals, so there’s lots of beautiful stuff to look at, but it also makes it a little bit dull. I realized how much I love roaming in the bush in Australia because at any moment something that might kill you could pop out. Of course, in The Rover it’s

There is a sort of sense of anger threaded through this narrative. I can’t remember at what point in the writing process this started to happen, but I started to funnel a lot of my anger and despair into the world of the movie and specifically into Guy’s character — anger at the willingness that the people today seem to have to just let the world fall into disrepair

solely to service the rampant greed of a very small number of people. You look at the invasion of Iraq on a certain level, and it would seem to me that the only reason that administration embarked on that ludicrous endeavour was to enrich their friends. I mean, to cause so much suffering in order to enrich a small number of people is pathologically evil. And it’s difficult, when you think about these things, not to get angry. Exclusively online

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How To Train Your Dragon 2 Director. Dean DeBlois Stars. Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler

DreamWorks Animation returns to the world of dragons and Vikings in this sequel to their successful 2010 outing How to Train Your Dragon. The original film followed the exploits of a Viking chief’s son, who must capture a dragon in order to mark his passage into manhood and prove his worthiness to the tribe.

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22 Jump Street (14A) No Passes Fri 7:2010:10 No Passes Sat-Sun 1:40-4:40-7:2010:10 No Passes Mon-Thu 5:45-8:50 Star & Strollers Screening, No Passes Wed 1:30 Blended (PG) Fri 6:35-9:30 Sat-Sun 12:253:30-6:35-9:30 Mon-Tue 5:40-8:40 Wed 1:50-5:40-8:40 Thu 5:40-8:40 Chef (14A) Fri 6:30 Sat-Sun 1:10-6:30 Mon-Thu 5:25 Star & Strollers Screening Wed 1:30 Edge of Tomorrow 3D (PG) No Passes Fri 7:10-9:55 No Passes Sat-Sun 1:30-4:207:10-9:55 No Passes Mon-Tue 5:50-8:45 No Passes Wed 2:10-5:50-8:45 No Passes Thu 5:50-8:45 The Fault in Our Stars (PG) Fri 7-10 Sat-Sun 1-4-7-10 Mon-Tue 5:30-8:25 Wed 1:50-5:30-8:25 Thu 5:30-8:25 How to Train Your Dragon 2 (G) No Passes Sat 12 No Passes Sun 12:20 How to Train Your Dragon 2 3D (G) No Passes Fri 7:40-10:10 No Passes Sat 2:305:05-7:40-10:10 No Passes Sun 2:50-5:207:50-10:20 No Passes Mon-Thu 6:05-8:35 Maleficent 3D (PG) Fri 7:50-10:15 Sat 12:15-2:50-5:15-7:50-10:15 Sun 12-2:305-7:40-10:15 Mon-Tue 6-8:30 Wed 1:40-68:30 Thu 6-8:30 Maybe This Time (G) Fri 6:50-9:40 SatSun 1:20-4:10-6:50-9:40 Mon-Tue 5:358:10 Wed 2:10-5:35-8:10 Thu 5:35-8:10 A Million Ways to Die in the West (14A) Fri 9:25 Sat-Sun 3:55-9:25 Mon-Thu 8:05 Neighbors (18A) Fri 7:35-10:05 Sat-Sun 12:30-2:50-5:10-7:35-10:05 Mon-Tue 5:558:15 Wed 2-5:55-8:15 Thu 5:55-8:15 X-Men: Days of Future Past 3D (PG) Fri 6:45-9:45 Sat-Sun 12:45-3:45-6:45-9:45 Mon-Tue 5:20-8:20 Wed 2-5:20-8:20 Thu 5:20-8:20

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No Passes Mon 7:35-10:30 No Passes Tue 10:20 No Passes Wed-Thu 7:35-10:30 No Passes Fri 4:45-7:35-10:20 No Passes Sat 11:30-2:05-4:45-7:35-10:20 No Passes Tue 5-7:40-10:15 Blood Glacier (14A) Thu 7:30 Driving Miss Daisy: The Play (STC) Sat 12:30 Edge of Tomorrow 3D (PG) No Passes Fri 4:10-6:45-9:45 No Passes Sat 1-3:50-6:459:45 No Passes Sun 12:55-4-7:15-10:25 No Passes Mon 7:15-10:25 No Passes Tue 4:107:15-10:25 No Passes Wed-Thu 7:15-10:25 The Fault in Our Stars (PG) Fri 4-6:5510:10 Sat-Sun 12:05-3:20-6:50-10:10 Mon 6:50-10:10 Tue 4:05-6:50-10:10 Wed-Thu 6:50-10:10 Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (PG) Sat 11 How to Train Your Dragon 2 (G) No Passes Fri 4:25-7:10-9:50 No Passes Sat 11:20-1:50-4:25-7:10-9:50 No Passes Sun 1-3:45-7-9:50 No Passes Mon 7-9:50 No Passes Tue 4:25-7-9:50 No Passes WedThu 7-9:50 How to Train Your Dragon 2 3D (G) No Passes Fri 5:05-7:35-10:10 No Passes SatSun 12-2:30-5:05-7:50-10:30 No Passes Mon 7:10-9:40 No Passes Tue 4:45-7:109:40 No Passes Wed-Thu 7:10-9:40 Maleficent (PG) Sat 11:10 Sun 11:50 Maleficent 3D (PG) Fri 4:35-7:15-10:05 Sat 2-4:35-7:15-10:05 Sun 2:20-4:50-7:2010:05 Mon 7:20-10:05 Tue 4:35-7:20-10:05 Wed-Thu 7:20-10:05 A Million Ways to Die in the West (14A) Fri 5-7:50-10:30 Sat 11:40-2:20-5-7:4010:20 Sun 12:30-3:35-7:05-9:55 Mon 7:30-10:15 Tue 4:50-7:30-10:15 Wed-Thu 7:30-10:15 Neighbors (18A) Fri 4:40-7:55 Sat 4:407:45 Sun 12:20-2:45-5:10-7:40-10:20 Mon 7:40-10:20 Tue 4:40-7:45 Wed 7:40-10:20 Thu 10:20 WolfCop (STC) Fri 5:20-8-10:15 Sat 2:40-5:20-8-10:15 Sun 12:15-2:40-5:20-810:15 Mon 8-10:15 Tue 5:20-8-10:05 Wed 8-10:15 Thu 8-10:20

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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (G) Wed 6:45 Empire of Dirt (STC) Thu 9 No Films Showing Today (STC) Mon-Tue NOW: In the Wings on a World Stage (PG) Sat 7 Sun 9 Nymphomaniac: Volume I (R) Fri 7 Nymphomaniac: Volume II (R) Fri 9 Rhymes for Young Ghouls (18A) Thu 7 Royal Opera House: Carmen (STC) Sat-Sun 2 La última película (STC) Sat 9 Sun 7


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Pippa embarks on bike race across this side of the pond

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Card countin’ Affleck gets kicked out of Windsor casino A day trip to Caesars Windsor turned into a dark night for Ben Affleck last month. According to Radar Online, the 41-year-old actor took a break from filming Batman v. Superman in Detroit to hit the Canadian casino on May 31. “He sat down and played for roughly 20 minutes before security heard he was

there. They made the dealers stop what they were doing and asked him to leave. Ben seemed pretty mad,” a source told Radar. Affleck is a well-known card shark, having been banned from casinos in Las Vegas for counting cards; his reputation appears to have preceded him at Caesars. Metro

Melinda Taub

Metro World News in New York City

Next time you’re driving in America, glance at the bike lane. Do you see a lovely butt and very shiny hair? You may be sharing the road with a princess-adjacent socialite. Beginning June 15, Pippa Middleton is biking across America. Pippa and her brother James Middleton are participating in the Race Across America, a cross-country bicycle race from Oceanside, Calif., to Annapolis, Md.

Justin Bieber

They’ll be part of an eightperson relay team with their friend James Matthews, raising money for the foundation named for James’ brother Michael Matthews. Michael Matthews passed away at the age of 22 while descending from Mount Everest. The foundation begun in his name raises money for education for poor children around the world. If you want to cheer on the Middletons, I would aim for the nice flat Illinois bit to see her at her best. I imagine the Rockies are terrible for hair shininess.

Bieber says I love you, one deleted Instagram photo at a time Social media is the bane of the fickle heart, as Justin Bieber is proving with his erratic postings pertaining to on-again, off-again girlfriend Selena Gomez. While it has seemed that the couple had finally split for good in recent months, Bieber doesn’t seem so sure.

Just this week, he posted a close-up photo of the two in an embrace with the caption, “Our love is unconditional.” Suggesting a tentative Romeo, he quickly deleted the posting — but not before many of his 16 million Instagram followers screengrabbed it and re-posted it.

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Pink is the new white when it comes to casual back deck sipping wine. Rosé has been the warm weather go-to for Europeans for years and Canada is starting to catch up. Sadly, our opinion of blush wines has been influenced by white zinfandel: a popular, but polarizing, version that’s typically confectionary and usually sweet (most rosé is dry). Though pleasant enough, their reputation as a simple tipple for those new to wine hasn’t done classic rosé styles any favours. A rosé’s pink hue comes from dark grape skins coming into contact for a short while with the juice. The longer they’re together, the darker the wine. Spain has a history of rosé production using indigenous grape varietals. The Marqués de Cáceres 2013 Rosado ($13.95 $16.29) is made from tempranillo and its balance of juicy, berry fruit with a refreshing dryness is a benchmark. As well as tasting great, rosé wines are fantastic with food — especially if the dish is eclectic or has an aggressive, dominating flavour. PRICES REFLECT THE RANGE ACROSS THE COUNTRY. SOME PRODUCTS MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE IN ALL PROVINCES.

This recipe serves four. MATTHEW MEAD/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Expect grate-ness Grilled Caramelized Onion and Feta Pizza. Don’t limit this family favourite to a hot oven. It can easily be made in your backyard

comes in. The pizza is topped with onions and garlic, spiked with caraway seeds and golden raisins, finished with roasted red peppers, pine nuts, and crumbled feta for a kind of Middle Eastern take on grilled pizza

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Set the pizza crust, in the bag, on the counter to come to room temperature.

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Ingredients • 20-oz ball purchased pizza crust • 2 tbsp butter • 2 medium yellow onions, thinly sliced • 1/3 cup golden raisins • 4 cloves garlic, minced • 1 tbsp caraway seeds • 12-oz jar roasted red peppers, drained and sliced • Olive oil • 1/3 cup pine nuts • 1/2 cup crumbled feta cheese

fer it to a large plate or platter for carrying it to the grill. Have your remaining ingredients prepared, then bring everything to the grill.

4. Flip the dough onto the grill,

oiled side down, and cook for 5 minutes, or until the bottom is lightly browned and puffed. Reduce the heat to mediumlow, then brush the top of the dough with oil. Use tongs to flip the dough.

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Spread the onion mixture evenly over the crust, then sprinkle it with pine nuts and 3. When the onions are done, feta. Cover the grill and cook for 4 to 6 minutes, or until the heat the grill to medium-high. On a lightly floured counter, bottom is lightly browned and roll the pizza dough out to a the feta is softened. Serve im14-inch round. Brush the top of mediately. #54151 The True Mark ad 3.228 x 2.78_Layout 1 07/03/2014 9:49 AM the dough with oil, then trans- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


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Neymar’s brace keeps party jumping in Brazil

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team.”

Neymar gave Brazil a winning start to its home World Cup, scoring twice to lead the host nation to an unconvincing 3-1 victory over Croatia in the opening game on Thursday. In his 50th match with Brazil, the 22-year-old forward scored a goal in each half to help the hosts survive an early scare and escape disaster in front of a packed Itaquerao Stadium after Croatia had taken an early lead. Marcelo found his own net while trying to clear a low cross by Ivica Olic in the 11th minute, but Neymar then showed why the nation’s high hopes are all pinned on him. He equalized in the 29th minute, clearing a defender in midfield before making a run toward the edge of the area and firing a perfectly placed low shot that went in off the post. The game turned on a controversial penalty awarded by Japanese referee Yuichi Nishimura in the 71st minute when striker Fred went down

Brazilian player Marcelo on scoring an own goal

inside the area under minimal contact from defender Dejan Lovren. Neymar scored from the spot for his 33rd goal with Brazil. The Barcelona star got a standing ovation when he was substituted near the end of the match. “It’s important to start these tournaments with the right foot, with a victory,” Neymar said. “I’m happy that I got to score, but the entire team deserves credit. We maintained our calm and showed we could battle back.” The Croatians were furious. “If that was a penalty, we should be playing basketball. Those kinds of fouls are penalized there,” Croatia coach Niko Kovac said. “That is shameful, this is not a World Cup referee. He had one kind of criteria for them and another for us. The rules were not the same,” Ko-

Brazil’s Neymar, middle, celebrates his second goal with Hernanes, left, and Fred during the opening match of the World Cup against Croatia on Thursday in Sao Paulo, Brazil. ADAM PRETTY/GETTY IMAGES

vac said. As Croatia searched desperately for an equalizer, Oscar added to the lead in the first minute of injury time with a toe poke from just outside the penalty area.

Croatia had a few good chances toward the end and had a goal disallowed in the 83rd after the referee ruled Olic had fouled Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

In attendance

62,100

The number of fans in attendance at the Itaquerao Stadium for the opening game.

Spurs lay South Beach smackdown

The Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard blocks a shot by LeBron James of the Heat on Thursday. ANDY LYONS/GETTY IMAGES

The San Antonio Spurs have three more chances to grab the championship trophy that slipped away last year. The way they’re dominating the Miami Heat, they might need just one. Kawhi Leonard had 20 points and 14 rebounds, and the Spurs routed the Heat again, winning 107-86 on Thursday night to open a commanding 3-1 lead in the

NBA Finals. The Spurs can win their fifth NBA championship with a victory at home in Game 5 on Sunday and avenge their seven-game loss to Miami last year. And if the Heat are going to deny them again, it will take the biggest comeback in NBA Finals history. LeBron James tried to keep the Heat in it with 28 points and eight rebounds,

but Dwyane Wade was just 1-of-10 through three quarters and finished with 10 points. No team has overcome a 3-1 deficit in the championship round, and the way they were outclassed twice on their home floor makes it hard to imagine the two-time champions being the first. Tony Parker added 19 points, and Tim Duncan had

10 points and 11 rebounds for the Spurs, who shot 57 per cent from the field. The Spurs lost twice in Miami to end last year’s finals, their only defeat in the championship round. They won their two games in South Florida this time by a combined 40 points. If the Heat force a Game 6, it would be in Miami Tuesday. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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World Cup. Hosts open Keeping his cool tournament with 3-1 win; Croatia shaken by “I stayed calm because if I let myself get down controversial penalty I would have hurt the


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Best not good enough in this cup final NHL. After Game 4 effort fell short, Kings will try to wrap up cup in sunny California After feeling satisfied about his team’s play in three losses to open the Stanley Cup final, New York Rangers coach Alain Vigneault could easily empathize with the Los Angeles Kings when the roles were reversed in Game 4. “It was a real tough game, I think, for L.A,” Vigneault said. “It was probably their best game of the playoffs that they’ve played against us.” And it was a loss, as the Kings failed to finish off the sweep thanks to 40 saves by Henrik Lundqvist, one by Anton Stralman and one by a combination of snow built up in the crease and Derek Stepan. That the Rangers needed so much luck and strong goaltending only underscored just how dominant Los Angeles was.

Just don’t tell the resultsoriented Kings that. Even after players talked after wins about needing to play better, the selfcriticism was turned up despite outshooting the Rangers 41-19. “At the end of the day, we weren’t good enough to win,” captain Dustin Brown said. “It’s about finding a way to be better.” The chance to do that comes in Friday’s Game 5 back in Los Angeles with the Kings still in command of the series and the cup waiting nearby. After Game 4 at Madison Square Garden, it didn’t feel as though the Kings were on the cusp of the title, like it did after they went up three games to none. All around the visiting locker-room there was talk about what areas needed to be better, from start to finish. “We still probably could play better for a full game,” fourth-line centre Mike Richards said. “It took us a little bit to get into it again for whatever reason.” The Canadian Press

Point of attack

Henrik Lundqvist made 40 saves and got a little bit of luck to keep the Rangers alive with a 2-1 win over the Kings in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup final on Wednesday night in New York. Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Players union accepts league’s new deal The CFL Players’ Association has voted to accept a new collective bargaining agreement with the league. The union said in a statement Thursday night that its players voted to accept the fiveyear contract reached Saturday with the CFL. “It’s a YES!” offensive lineman Peter Dyakowski, a player rep with the Hamilton TigerCats, tweeted. “We’ve got a new CBA! “It’s time to get back to football! #Everybodywins.”

Split vote

“The mood is mixed. Guys are entitled to their own opinion and every man is going to make his own choice.” Argonauts centre Jeff Keeping, a member of the union executive

The CFL’s board of governors is scheduled to vote on the deal Friday and the expectation

is they’ll accept it. The CFLPA didn’t provide a breakdown of the votes but a majority of players — 50 per cent plus one — on six of the nine CFL teams was required for the deal to be accepted. The players voted in favour despite many expressing their unhappiness publicly and on social media about the deal. It offers a $5-million salary cap in the first year of the agreement after the CFLPA had originally sought a $6.24-million cap. The Canadian Press

“I think (there were) couple of times where we didn’t make it tough on him. The pucks were sitting there. But the pucks he’s going to see, he’s going to stop. That’s just how it is.” Kings forward Anze Kopitar on Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist

NFL

It’s just ‘Johnny Backup’ for now Johnny Manziel’s No. 2 jersey has double meaning. He’s behind Brian Hoyer. Browns coach Mike Pettine said Hoyer is “securely ahead” in the competition to be Cleveland’s starting quarterback this season, but his lead over Manziel isn’t “insurmountable.” After the Browns ended their three-day mandatory mini-camp Thursday, Pettine sized up the battle as a friendly fight that will heat up when the team opens training camp late in July. The Associated Press

Lesser role

Richards a rare sight Brad Richards looked to be on his way out of New York in 2013, when former Rangers coach John Tortorella not only demoted the veteran centre but scratched him in the playoffs. A year later, coach Alain Vigneault started down the same path by putting the 34-year-old on left wing of the Rangers’ fourth line in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup final. Richards played just nine minutes 22 seconds at even strength and a total of 13:20. Vigneault said he met with his lines individually, including Richards, Brian Boyle and Derek Dorsett. He wanted to spell out his reasoning and assignments. “I mean, at this time of the year it’s only about one thing: It’s about the team,” Vigneault said Wednesday after the Rangers’ 2-1 win. Richards has no points in the final and just four goals and four assists in 23 games since a strong opener against the Philadelphia Flyers. The Canadian Pressw

NBA. Billion-Air Jordan: Hoops great still on the rise Michael Jordan has reached billionaire status. Forbes Magazine estimated Thursday that Jordan’s equity as owner of the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets is $416 million and his net worth outside of the team is $600 million. It reported Jordan now owns 89.5 per cent of the Hornets. Jordan’s spokeswoman Estee Portnoy confirmed to The Associated Press that Jordan purchased an additional stake in the Hornets in January of 2013, but wouldn’t say how much. The ASSOCIATED press

Forbes magazine estimates that Michael Jordan is worth more than $1 billion. Getty images


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Graeme McDowell, of Northern Ireland, watches his tee shot on the second hole during the first round of the U.S. Open golf tournament in Pinehurst, N.C., Thursday. Chuck Burton/The Associated Press

Kaymer takes first-round lead Crowded at top. McDowell, de Jonge, Na trail closely behind, 10 others under 69 There was something unusual in the opening round of the U.S. Open. A bunch of scores in the 60s. The best one of all was turned in by Martin Kaymer. His confidence spurred by a win at The Players Championship, Kaymer birdied Tennis

Murray finally loses on grass Andy Murray was denied his 20th successive win on grass when he was beaten 7-6 (10), 6-2 by Radek Stepanek in the third round at Queen’s Club on Thursday. Murray, the defending champion and No. 3 seed, claimed his first match win at Queen’s in 2005 and went on to win the Wimbledon warmup three times. But he failed to take advantage of eight set points after leading the first-set tiebreaker 6-2, and Stepanek survived to convert with his second set point. The Associated Press

A master’s touch

“You just have to position the ball correctly at all times.” Graeme McDowell, 2010 U.S. Open champion on the solid, mistake-free golf needed to win this tournament

three of the last five holes Thursday for a 5-under 65, the lowest score from any of the three Opens played at Pinehurst No. 2. The German got up and down for par at the 18th hole, rolling in a testy six-

foot putt to beat the 66 shot by Sweden’s Peter Hedblom during the second round in 2005. Graeme McDowell, Kevin Na and Brendon de Jonge were three shots back. Kaymer beat a loaded field at The Players last month, snapping a stretch of 29 tournaments without a victory stretching over 18 months. Ten other players were in the clubhouse at 69, meaning there were more underpar rounds in this opening round than the last two years combined.

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Tennis. Nadal loses to relative unknown Rafael Nadal was knocked out in the second round of the grass-court Gerry Weber Open on Thursday, losing 6-4, 6-1 to German wild card Dustin Brown. “The only way I could have tried to do more was resisting with my serve, something I hadn’t practiced a lot these days,” said Nadal. Brown, the world No. 85, broke Nadal’s serve at the fifth attempt to win the first set, and he pulled off two audacious lobs in succession to break the Spaniard again early in the second. The Associated Press

Rafael Nadal towels off during his loss on Thursday in Halle, Germany. Getty Images

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Horoscopes

Aries

March 21 - April 20 Don’t get uptight if someone says something you disagree with. Stay calm, tell your side of the story and then listen to theirs. Don’t be surprised if what they say makes sense.

Taurus

April 21 - May 21 You’ll be in an impulsive mood today and there is a danger you might fall out with someone you should be on good terms with. Don’t start a war of words just because you don’t care for the way they do business.

Gemini

May 22 - June 21 Don’t let others dictate to you because once they get the idea that you can be ordered about they will make your life a misery. Make sure they know you can bite as well as you bark.

Cancer

June 22 - July 23 If you allow yourself to be talked into doing something you don’t want to do today, you will regret it for weeks or months to come. There’s no easy way to tell people you can’t help them. Just say “no”.

Leo

July 24 - Aug. 23 The full moon could have you doing things and saying things that will cause problems of a romantic nature. Handle affairs of the heart with a great deal of care over the next 48 hours.

Virgo

Aug. 24 - Sept. 23 Because today’s full moon cuts across a powerful angle of your chart you must be ready for those around you to overreact in some way. On the home front there will be times when logic goes out the window.

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Crossword: Canada Across and Down

Libra

Sept. 24 - Oct. 23 You seem a bit excitable but that’s OK — most likely nothing bad will come of it. In fact this looks like being a good time for you, especially if you are traveling or planning a vacation.

Scorpio

Oct. 24 - Nov. 22 There is no reason you should not go out and have a good time but that does not mean you have to buy drinks for everyone. You have been far too generous of late.

Sagittarius

Nov. 23 - Dec. 21 The full moon in your sign could see you acting out of character today and you may even make a fool of yourself. But what does it matter? It’s all good, clean fun.

Capricorn

Dec. 22 - Jan. 20 You may not be able to make sense of what is happening at the moment but don’t worry. You aren’t the only one who is having a hard time getting a grip on reality. Once the full moon fades all will be revealed.

Aquarius

Jan. 21 - Feb. 19 The more you socialize now, the more likely it is you’ll learn something to your advantage. Before the day is over you will be good friends with someone who shares your beliefs, ideals and taste for adventure.

Pisces

Feb. 20 - March 20 Resist the temptation to tell an employer what you really think of them today. It won’t work out right. If you cannot say something nice then it might be wise to say nothing at all. Think of your future. SALLY BROMPTON

Across 1. Canada’s 17th Prime Minister, John __ Turner 7. Former 10. Day: Spanish 13. Ontario home of The Youngtown Museum, dedicated to rocker Neil Young 14. __ blouse 16. Beatles’ “Hey Jude” sounds... 17. Cross over 18. Unique, briefly 19. Squirrel’s nest 21. Drink cooler 22. Q. “What’s a synonym for ‘Can’?” A. “Hmmm... ‘__’, _ think.” 23. Ms. Rand 24. __ apartment 27. Southeastern Ontario town, Greater __ 30. Guido __ (Baroque painter) 31. Mount Everest challenge 34. ‘Lobby’ suffix 35. Terrible tsar 36. Poets 37. Pharaoh snake 38. Malodour 39. Roman love god 40. Bow 41. One Direction member Harry 42. “Is __ _ good time?” 43. Saying sort 45. Techie device 47. Work __ _ sweat

48. Nutrition amts. 52. “Family Guy” network 53. Alphabetic sequence 54. Architect Mr. Saarinen 55. Knight’s protection

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58. Muse of comedy 60. Windy/rainy season 61. Scary role, Dr. Hannibal __ 62. North American, e.g. 63. Mauna __ (Hawaiian volcano)

64. Sigh Down 1. “__! __ that one!” (Wrong-picking exclamation) 2. Canada’s motto: ‘_ __ Usque Ad Mare’ (From Sea to Sea)

3. With __ __ hand, like an autograph seeker 4. Vegas band set to perform at this weekend’s MuchMusic Video Awards: 2 wds. 5. ‘Velvet’ suffix 6. Adjust again

7. Grand Ole __ 8. Grazing land 9. Lifeboat lowering crane 10. Stunt person 11. Entries 12. Devoured 15. One would sound the alarms: 2 wds. 17. Tune by New Zealand singer Lorde that goes: “I’ll be the beauty queen in tears...”: 2 wds. 20. Shag rug 24. Place 25. Absurd 26. Moos cousins 28. Q&A’s ‘A’ [abbr.] 29. Clairvoyance, commonly 31. _ __ up job 32. South Pacific island group 33. Raise money as a group, Web-style 37. ETA part, briefly 38. Bering, e.g. 40. Appropriate 41. Grunge hub 44. Joe Biden, et al. 46. Glorify 49. Ms. Burke 50. “The Little Mermaid” (1989) princess 51. “Sugar is sweet and __ __ you.” 53. City of Egypt 55. Lettered truck maker 56. Get an ‘_’ __ (Score better than B+) 57. Brit’s toilet 59. Jinx

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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.

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