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"We're trying to find the evidence, but there's no absolute evidence to show that," Ellen Tian, Director of Drainage Operations said.

On Friday, officials said the source of the spill was still under investigation the City of Edmonton said they were still trying to work out if the fuel came from the City's sewer system.

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It's believed the substance somehow ended up in the city's drainage system, and seeped into the river from a culvert near the Quesnell Bridge, the spill stretched about two kilometres downstream.

"This was, by all accounts, a fairly short release," Jamie Hanlon with Alberta Environment said. "There was no sheen as of this morning and at this point we're not identifying that there's any ongoing impact to the river at this point."

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The Transportation Security Administration is in the process of completing a security review of Cuban airports expected to have direct flights to the United States, and it is working with the Cuban government to schedule and complete the security assessment of any additional airports that propose to begin service, the agency said.

"We have been working for months on this plan," Galo Beltran, Cuba country manager for American Airlines, told The Associated Press this week during the trip to Havana. "For us, it is going to be fairly easy because of the experience we have."

Most of the airline service is expected to begin this fall and early winter, the department said.

Currently, 46 airlines fly to Cuba, including Air France, Aeromexico, KLM, Air Canada, Aeroflot and Iberia.

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The airlines American, Frontier, JetBlue, Silver Airways, Southwest and Sun Country were approved by the Department of Transportation for a total of 155 roundtrip flights per week. cities to nine cities in Cuba other than Havana. law still prohibits tourist travel to Cuba, but a dozen other categories of travel are permitted, including family visits, official business, journalist visits, professional meetings and educational and religious activities. The Obama administration has eased rules to the point where travellers are now free to design their own "people to people" cultural exchanges with little oversight.

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to Cuba for the first time in more than five decades, another milestone in President Barack Obama's campaign to normalize relations between Cold War foes.

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Approval is still required by the Cuban government, but the carriers say they plan to start selling tickets in the next few weeks while they wait for signoffs from Cuba.

Cuba already has seen dramatic growth in flights. Last year, it saw 18 per cent more passengers than in 2014, according to government aviation officials.

Cuban aviation officials say they are ready for the extra flights but that questions remain, especially at Havana, about where the additional planes will park.

More than a year ago, Obama announced it was time to "begin a new journey" with the communist country. "Today we are delivering on his promise," said Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. agreement with Cuba. A decision on Havana routes is expected later this summer. airlines in flying to Cuban locations other than Havana. The routes include service from Miami, Chicago, Philadelphia, Minneapolis and Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The Cuban destinations are Camaguey, Cayo Coco, Cayo Largo, Cienfuegos, Holguin, Manzanillo, Matanzas, Santa Clara and Santiago de Cuba.

Prices for an hourlong charter flight now are about $500. Commercial airlines will probably offer flights for significantly less, although none has publicly discussed pricing. The check in process for charters is also a cumbersome one, and the companies lack the traditional supports of commercial aviation such as online booking and 24 hour customer service.

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The work will require at least two dogs, sometimes more, to be directed by experienced handlers.

Previous efforts using decoys and even human patrols failed. The canine crew will operate April to June, during the first goose assault, and August to November when the birds return.

The federal government plans to hire trained dogs this spring to protect its central experimental farm from incursions of hungry Canada geese.

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The tender document says the animals must be trained for scaring, not for retrieving, and that no geese may be killed or injured.

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left uncontrolled, geese can damage valuable research crops and hinder important agricultural research work that brings benefits to farmers and the agricultural sector, said spokesman James Watson.

Agriculture Canada recently issued a tender for dawn and dusk pooch patrols, five days a week, across 300 hectares of fields at the Ottawa farm, which is used to develop new crops.

OTTAWA Wanted: A few good hounds to stave off a menacing airborne assault in Canada capital.

It the second year that Agriculture Canada has brought in dogs to control goose visitations at the farm, which was established in 1886 on what used to be the outskirts of Ottawa.

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Back in the same place Saturday afternoon, she could look down the starting blocks and see the likes of Canadian Olympic medal contender Jessica Zelinka and Jamacia Sheri Ann Brooks, a former Commonwealth Games champion.

Unlike the recent Alberta Schools Athletic Association track and field championship, where she won gold medals in both the 100m and 200m, Fofanah didn dominate the competition.

Having competed at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore, Fofanah goal is to make the 2016 Summer Olympics, and seems to be moving, rather quickly, along the right path.

This time, though, it wasn about winning.

Fofanah will soon be off to Flagstaff, Ariz., where she will attend Northern Arizona University on an athletic scholarship beginning later this summer.

The Grade 12 Harry Ainlay student lined up against the strongest fields of her young life, competing in the women 100 metre and 200 metre races at the Donovan Bailey Invitational.

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"I don't think there's any other recovery story that rivals this one," Smith said.

The small goose with a distinctive white band around its neck has joined just a few other species, including the gray whale and the peregrine falcon, to make the long trek back and be delisted.

The road to recovery was not easy, and not just for the geese, said Brian Anderson, a Fish and Wildlife biologist.

When the formal recovery program got under way in 1975, there were an estimated 790 birds. By 1984, the geese had begun successfully breeding on one of the fox free islands. By 1990, when populations had risen to an estimated 6,300 birds, the geese were reclassified from endangered to threatened. New populations were established on Agattu, Alaid and Nizki islands in the Aleutians.

Scientists involved in the recovery effort spent weeks hunkered down in tents that shredded in gale force winds that whipped the Aleutian Islands. When the weather permitted, they carried geese in backpacks as they ferried them from one island to another, sometimes in wooden dories and later in more seaworthy vessels.

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There were so few that scientists believed the geese that nest in the chain of southwest Alaska islands were extinct.

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"We, the elected leaders of Canada, Mexico, and the United States, have met in Texas to announce the establishment of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America.

"But much still remains to be done. In a rapidly changing world, we must develop new avenues of cooperation that will make our open societies safer and more secure, our businesses more competitive, and our economies more resilient.

Ultimately, the backdrop of this military integration of North America and the 9/11 trauma which ignited its on going consolidation and coordination, stems from the US military's exposure, refusal to deal with overwhelming evidence, denial and cover up wrought by Operation Able Danger (OAD).

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Actually, Deanna (and you've got to read her entire article) is referring to the Bush/Fox/Martin meeting (USA/Mexico/Canada) held at Baylor University in Waco, Texas on 23 March 2005, where they were busy about establishing the "Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America" to wit, the SPPNA's troika:

Today (Sept. 21, 2005) on the "Savage Nation" (Radio Talk Show Host Michael Savage) questioned Rep. Weldon about this pending fiasco. Amazing information amassed by the military on OAD was equivalent to one quarter of all data compiled at the Library of Congress! Gone, disappeared (so we are told). The Double Toothpick piece implicates both political parties in this Category 5 Cover up.

Meanwhile Deanna Spingola in "Building a North American Community" (July 15, 2005) keeps telling it like it is:

"Our Partnership will accomplish these objectives through a trilateral effort to increase the security, prosperity, and quality of life of our citizens. This work will be based on the principle that our security and prosperity are mutually dependent and complementary, and will reflect our shared belief in freedom, economic opportunity, and strong democratic values and institutions.

Eh? I can think of scores of reasons to move to Canada (or Youth Canada Goose Expedition Parka Red New Zealand opt for the Mexican Riviera) . . . any place but Babylon the Great: The USA. The War in Iraq . . . or better yet: The entire Military Industrial Complex sucking the life blood out of Americana for starters (Witness the latest revelations on "Operation Able Danger" see below). Or, how about the whole hedonistic culture of greed, avaricious appetites, and super sizing all things godly and ungodly from Hollywood to Mega Churches; indeed, ours is a "city set on a hill which cannot be hid" but the closer you get to this glittering jewel, the more it resembles the "Little Shop of Horrors," you know, that flesh eating plant crying out: Feed me, Seymour!

Finally, if Hollywood's collective apoplexy over President Bush's election can be believed we're outta here . . . a few of these righteous indignations (unfulfilled) are duly noted, if for nothing else, their entertainment value. Notwithstanding the Hollywood stars and directors who claimed exodus was their only option under Bush Barbra Streisand, Alec Baldwin, Michael Moore, Robert Altman, Lynn Redgrave, Pierre Salinger (now deceased), and Cher all found the allure of Babylon on the Hudson irresistible; so much for leftist vibratos. Misquoted or just plain fluff they all abide within the walls of the crystal palace celebrating the party atmosphere, as they star in a movie sequel to the "Left Behind Series" entitled: Talk is Cheap, Follow Us. "victims anonymous").

Doug is a member of the "Last Days Network" . . . a group of evangelical pundits providing news and analysis on Religion in Politics. "Applied Biblical prophecy," apostasy and deception, the impact of the New American World Order System, and the influence of the Religious Right and Left upon American culture are topics discussed by the group. He is an educator in the public schools (California) and an administrator.

OAD's now one of the hottest Senate Investigations going on in the midst of Hurricane Rita. Pennsylvania Congressman Curt Weldon has been leading the charge to expose one of what could be tabbed the most outlandish cover up in American military history. . . Special Operations Command. This group reportedly used data mining from open sources.

So . . . isn't it about time to flee to Canada or head for the Mexican Riviera? Eh? Canada's a safe haven for pot people and same sex marriage is the rage. Crime's relatively low compared to the lower 48 and the death penalty's been outlawed for nearly thirty years. Finally, most of the 125,000 Viet Nam Era draft dodgers who fled to Canada stuck around and now constitute the leading edge of all the above progressive life style. Wow, we're talkin' about socialized medicine for all a veritable paradise compared to the inflictions of them patriots down under. Cheap drugs (includes tons of cannabis), affordable housing, tiny military budget, etc., etc. a little cold, but you'll get used to it.

The prohibition against sharing intelligence on Atta and the others should not have applied since they were in the country on visas. They did not have permanent resident status.

Approximately August or September 2000, Able Danger identified an al Qaeda cell in Brooklyn. An intelligence official and Rep. Curt Weldon claim that the AD unit identified Mohammed Atta, Marwan al Shehhi, Khalid al Mihdar and Nawaf al Hazmi, and included a photo of Atta. (Weldon claims that he has spoken to four persons involved with the program.) At least two of those men were pilots on the hijacked flights.

Able Danger analysts recommended the information be passed on to the FBI so that the cell could be rounded up. citizen. Thus, the information Able Danger had gathered could not be shared with the FBI, the lawyers concluded. This is in keeping with "the wall" philosophy and policy established in 1995 by Assistant Attorney General Jamie Gorelick, in which intelligence and law enforcement were directed to go beyond what the law requires to keep intelligence gathering and criminal law enforcement separated.

Conspicuous consumption of a nation which spends $1.8 Billion more each day than the whole earth combined and finds herself some $14 Trillion in debt (National Debt + Balance of Payment/Trade Debts) is a bit too much, wouldn't you say? after all, she represents but 5% of the world's population.

Eh? Nothing against the Canadians unless you consider them (which they are) part and parcel of the military's NorthCom (USA, Canada, and Mexico military cooperation big time); or, if you consider them a leading light in NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement which they are); and, socially, where they tend to be far more progressive (and influential) than the lower 48 . . . in other words, Canada's complicity is as rife as that of the USA in the formation of the North American Federated Union.

(Sorry it only gets worse now what appears as the Mother of All Cover ups: Operation Able Freedom.)

Come on, half the eagle is in a declared state of emergency and the overt identification by Big Brother of all things human is prepared and/or is itching to pounce upon American liberties once thought sacrosanct by both the ACLU and the NRA by euphemistic legislation called Patriotic Acts, and finally, a cashless society where all of us are implanted with chips awaiting true identity and debit through scanning devices at your local Safeway.

Where is all this going? America's suffering from disaster to disaster and how the military (though the jury on 9/11 appears to be reconvening) appears to have managed to conceal this information is beyond the pale but, listen, this won't stop the realignment and movement from "Confederacy" (where we are now) to total UNION. Our "security, economy, and 'social order'" demand it. The political pundits (CFR), all three of the militaries (NorthCom), and the "social order" (the need for greater North American "security") have converged: THE UNION OF FEDERATED REPUBLICS OF NORTH AMERICA is now on the radar.

The clock is ticking. Peak oil, where American's "zero sum game" is played out for you to gain I must loose refuses to share her bounty with the Asian tigers of China and India; and, of course, they are more than pleased with our indulgence. Like Rome, our legions amongst the world's "provinces," are stretched thin and the draft can't be all that far off if we're to maintain our economic edge and SUV lifestyle (latest stats for the past two years show that 58% of all vehicles purchased in the USA are SUVs, pickups, or plain old gas guzzlers). And, as if these outrageous consequences weren't enough to abandon ship toss in the worst natural disaster ever to afflict the homeland: Katrina; man, wait till we finance that one let alone Rita's upcoming cataclysm.

At least two 9/11 Commission staffers were told of Able Danger's findings on at least two occasions by members of the military intelligence community. (Double Toothpicks).

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"While our sons, daughters, sisters, brothers, mothers and fathers having been spilling their blood in the sands of Iraq under the guise of restoring the country to the Iraqi citizens, our president is in the process of giving our country to the elite One World Order insiders. While our president is requiring protected borders in Iraq, he is obliterating, not only our southern, but our northern borders."

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