“Air Canada acknowledges inappropriate comments were made in response to a reporter’s follow-up questions for additional details regarding Larry,” it said. “However, Air Canada has been providing the best available information to media on this matter. These comments do not reflect Air Canada’s standards or professionalism, and do not refer to the search for Larry by Air Canada employees which is ongoing.” Larry’s temporary owner said she was furious when she heard about the message. “I was angry… (but) I was not surprised that someone could be that stupid. It was an incredibly stupid, very cold, callous e-mail,” Jutta Kulic said from Sacramento, where she is traveling for a dog show. Kulic, who lives in Ohio, said she was taking care of Larry after his owner, a friend, died of cancer. The friend wanted her dogs placed in “loving homes,” she said. Larry was on his way to Canada, when he vanished, she said. He was placed in a crate secured with several zip ties and Kulic said she gave staff specific instructions not to take him out. Air Canada said staff continues to search for Larry and have put up posters near the airport. Kulic, meanwhile, said she’s received reports of sightings and has reason to believe Larry was struck by a vehicle on a highway on-ramp sometime this week.
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They are the British-based Mines Advisory Groupand the country’s own homegrown clearance operator, UXO Lao. The $1 million will be administered through a United Nations Development Program trust fund. Officials urged Canada to restart funding The deputy director of UXO Lao had effusive praise for Canada’s past funding of the sector during an interview earlier this year, but was one of several officials urging Canada to restart funding. “Maybe there’s some other internal issue the Canadian people consider more important to resolve,” said Wanthong Khamdala. “But I’d like to request to the Canadian government to consider again to support.” Baird’s announcement will take place in the Cope Centre, which former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited in July 2012 on her historic visit to Laos. Clinton met Phongsavath Manithong, who lost both his hands and was blinded by a cluster bomb on his 16th birthday in February 2008. Phongsavath told The Canadian Press in a lengthy interview at the centre earlier this year that his country needs more financial help to assist victims of cluster bombs. “We need more help from the American government,” he said. “They are a rich country. That’s not enough to help the disabled people, the survivors.” Bill to ratify convention includes out clause for Canada Canada is a signatorybut has yet to ratify the international treaty that seeks to ban cluster bomb use. Canada faces heavy international criticism for the bill that it has tabled in Parliament that would ratify the Convention on Cluster Munitions, or CCM. It contains a provision that would allow the Canadian Forces to be involved in the use of cluster bombs in joint operations with the United States, which has opted out of the convention. The bill fell into limbo in June when the House of Commons adjourned. Participants at a major international meeting of states that are parties to the cluster bomb convention last month in Zambia renewed calls on the government to amend the bill and close the loophole.
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During the third period of Canada’s 3-2 victory over the United States in an exhibition game, a brawl broke out. If this occurrence had happened in men’s play, it wouldn’t have been considered a big deal, but the bottom line is we are still not used to altercations like the one that happened in Vermont Saturday, to happen in women’s hockey. The roughhousing started when American forward Monique Lamoureux bumped Canadian goaltender Shannon Szabados. A melee ensued with Canadian players Hayley Wickenheiser, Courtney Birchard and Tessa Bonhomme involved. Birchard took exception to Lamoureux’s bump and went right after the American. Then Jocelyne Lamoureux came to the aid of her twin sister, and there were three minor roughing penalties called for each team. This is not the first time players from Canada and the United States have been involved in an altercation. The photo shown occurred from an altercation in 2009. Canada next plays the United States in exhibition play Thursday evening in Montreal. Suggested by the author
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