She said more discussion is needed about the benefits that come to B.C. from the pipeline because the province is taking "the bulk of the risk". Once completed, the Trans Mountain expansion is expected to lead to a almost seven-fold increase in the number of oil tankers travelling through the ecologically sensitive area - from approximately five to 34 a month - prompting concerns about catastrophic oil spills.
But while Clark was optimistically suggesting the five conditions would be met well before the spring election, B.C.'s environment minister fired off a letter to three federal cabinet ministers listing 10 gaps in marine spill response. Goliath battle". Notley said she is ready for the debate. "If I thought this project was unsafe for the B.C. coast, I would reject it". "We will not be swayed by political arguments, be they local, regional or national, we are convinced it is safe for B.C.
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A 13 per cent rate is now being discussed. Treasurer Scott Morrison said the pension compromise would cost AU$55 million a year. "Bill Shorten thinks a rich kid from Germany should pay less tax than a kid from Tonga or the Solomon Islands or Vanuatu." The Senate had earlier passed legislation restoring the Australian Building and Construction Commission - one of the government's triggers for the July double-dissolution election - after accepting a raft of amendments from various ...
I didn't travel to Palmeiras (on Sunday), because it would make my farewell game to play here against Atletico-MG, when I would complete 300 games for the club. "The plane was completely destroyed", fire service captain Elkin Gonzalez told AFP . Only three players survived, and all are recovering at a hospital in Colombia: defender Helio Zampier, commonly known as Neto, defender-midfielder Alan Ruschel and goalkeeper Jakson Follmann, whose right leg had to be amputated Tuesday.
As for when Mr Basuki, who is better known as Ahok and is now running for re-election, may appear in court, Deputy Attorney-General Noor Rachmad would only say that the AGO will "prepare and complete the indictments for this case as soon as possible".
Before Park's televised address , even staunch allies in her party, Saenuri, had begun appealing to her to choose an "honorable retreat", as opposition lawmakers have put it. The South Korean president spoke on national television and asked the national assembly to make a new deadline to end her scandalous presidency. As has happened the last five Saturdays, hundreds of thousands of people are again expected to choke downtown Seoul's streets in a party-like atmosphere of defiance.
Trump tweeted shortly after the meeting: "Just met with General Petraeus-was very impressed! ". Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has been advising Trump on foreign policy. Pence, who participates in the meetings with potential Cabinet picks, entered the Trump Tower lobby in NY on Monday morning, saying only: "It's going to be a busy week".
Trump constantly called for reintroducing waterboarding and other torture when interrogating terrorism suspects in his presidential campaign. Even former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, seldom a picture of reason these days, (sort of) echoed Trump and Conway on Tuesday.
He also said that none of these three flights sought priority landing, despite being asked by the ATC. IndiGo, in the statement, said the fuel on arrival was more than the minimum diversion fuel and there has been no violation of regulatory requirements.
An Associated Press team at the scene saw a column of Humvees advancing on the two villages across an open field, firing heavy machine guns and kicking a thick cloud of dust. "All the laws make the complexion of the state a religious Shia one, where Sunnis are more marginalised so we have no solution but to go to autonomous regions to protect us - or else partition", Khanjar said.
If anything, it's been the opposite. Still, the point is well-taken-in many cases, the values that underpin Trump's tweets may prove more risky than the 140 character-at-a-time end product. "What the media loved was the fact that Trump would say one absurd thing after another, ugly things about people we have never heard before from a presidential candidate".
His interpretation of this was that this was all about an attempt on his part to punish people who were dissenters, which could eventually spiral into a wide array of different things. Finally, Sanders added that while he isn't particularly "optimistic" about the future, there is some hope. What he is saying is we have got to suppress the vote.
Artan was born in Somalia and was a legal permanent USA resident, according to a US official who was not authorized to discuss the case and spoke on condition of anonymity. A preliminary autopsy shows the attacker at Ohio State University died from gunshots to the head and chest. Officer Alan Horujko, 28, who was nearby because of a gas leak arrived on the scene and shot the driver in less than a minute, Stone said.
If Trump holds his stake in offshore properties, or foreign dignitaries use his hotels in the US, as is already the case, it presents a fundamental challenge. "Without an ethics firewall that is set up at once and continues into the administration, scandal is sure to follow". Paul Rothstein, a professor at Georgetown University Law School, said that Trump and all presidents are not bound by conflicts of interest laws that apply to other government officials.
Both Mr Fillon and Mr Juppe are high-profile leaders of the Republicans party who knocked their former boss - Mr Sarkozy - out of the primary's first round of voting a week ago. Fillon has presented himself as the embodiment of "truth, freedom and french values", sustained by the "feeling of revolution" and "hopes" of millions of French people.
The simple, hastily-organized ceremony in a Bogota theater reflects President Juan Manuel Santos' greater sense of urgency to end hostilities with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia after the original accord, brokered over four years of talks, suffered a shock defeat in a referendum a week after it was signed in front of heads of state and U.N.
Trump, who takes office on January 20, is also holding talks with Mitt Romney on Tuesday in his second recent meeting with the 2012 Republican presidential nominee. "This is a conspiracy against you, the American people, and we can not let this happen or continue". FBI Director James Comey testified in July that Petraeus also lied to federal agents during the investigation.
They include more than 100,000 children, the United Nations says. Numerous fleeing civilians headed to government and Kurdish-controlled areas while others were driven deeper into the remaining rebel-held zones. "They ask for a plate, or some sheets", Alhamdo said. Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman said at least eight of the dead were civilians who had fled the Tariq al-Bab neighbourhood, now a front line between rebels and advancing government troops.
The government last month launched a massive campaign to retake Mosul, captured by IS in 2014. The troops inside Mosul have met stubborn resistance from the extremist militants, who are fighting in small groups and moving quickly throughout the districts in the eastern side of the city.
Wednesday, the governor clarified that the state would not be clearing the camp, and the order was made to let protesters know they are in a unsafe situation, and the state can not guarantee emergency services would be provided if they were needed.
France's government spokesman is insisting that Socialist President Francois Hollande and his prime minister can't compete against each other in an upcoming presidential primary - except if the second quits. His authority has also been called into question by the publication in October of the book written by journalists from Le Monde newspaper. He said Valls could seek the nomination only if he leaves his job.
Florida head coach Jim McElwain has already shot down rumors he could depart the program for Oregon. I too am an OR native, who grew up an OR fan. Ennis also made nine of 10 free throws and had six rebounds in his best all-around game with the Ducks, but he was particularly pleased with his lone 3 when OR needed it most.
Fighting has prompted an exodus of terrified civilians, many fleeing empty-handed into remaining rebel-held territory, or crossing into government-controlled western Aleppo or Kurdish districts. Government forces pushed their way into a new neighborhood on the edge of the rebel-held areas to the east, near the Aleppo airport road, according to the opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy unveiled the House of Representatives' 2017 calendar, signaling extra time for Congress to push through numerous incoming Trump administration's agenda items. Hoover acknowledged that the new leadership team doesn't contain some of the more ideologically conservative members of the caucus, but said the election was based more on the work ethic of the individuals.
After the closely watched dinner at Jean George's in New York , Mr. Romney made a statement to reports in which he praised Mr. Trump's leadership and handling of the transition process. "I had a wonderful evening with President-elect Trump", Mr Romney said in remarks to reporters after the dinner. CNN reported that Trump was "irritated" over Conway's very public airing of grievances against Romney; Conway denied the president-elect was upset.
South African media reported on Tuesday, without naming sources, that Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom had proposed holding the vote to oust Zuma, Beeld, an Afrikaans-language daily had reported. The ANC has dominated South Africa's parliament since the first democratic vote in 1994 and its support in national elections hasn't dropped below 60%.
Critics were lining up urging changes in the team management after the second test, with calls for Lehmann, Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland and high-performance manager Pat Howard to stand down. Temba Bavuma shone briefly, but gloved a sweep to Smith before Lyon trapped nightwatchman Abbott without scoring to leave South Africa struggling.
Opinions are divided on the scheduled signing of a peace deal on Thursday as some overwhelmingly loathe the FARC, or the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, for crimes such as kidnappings and drug-trafficking while others want peace to prevail.
During her tenure as Secretary of Labor, Chao began to deregulate the coal mining industry, something President-elect Trump has committed to during the campaign trail. Former US Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao arrives at Trump Tower on another day of meetings scheduled with President-elect Donald Trump on November 21, 2016 in NY.
Some 275,000 residents are estimated to be trapped in that part of Aleppo . Medical facilities have repeatedly come under attack in the conflict. "Make no mistake about it", Delattre said . Noting that the global community had expressed moral outrage at the military operations in Syria, Earnest said "the question really is what can the worldwide community do - lead by the United States - to try to bring that violence down, and try to make sure that innocent people are not caught in the ...
Trump arrived back in NY on Sunday after several days in Florida for Thanksgiving. In addition to Romney, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker, R-Tenn., are believed in the running for the job.
Through most of the third quarter the defense was capable of shutting down Alex Smith and the Chiefs offense. Four plays later the Chiefs 34 yard field goal finished off the game. Eventually, the drive stalled and Brandon McManus booted a 33-yard field goal to make it 9-3. You might play to win the game, but sometimes the math screams these three words: TAKE THE TIE.
A complaint was filed against Justice Robin Camp after he asked the complainant in the Wagar trial why she couldn't keep her knees together. Camp was a provincial court judge in Calgary during the initial Wagar trial, but he was promoted to the Federal Court the following year.
At least 21 civilians were killed in a wave of artillery fire in east Aleppo on Wednesday morning that struck a neighbourhood crowded with people displaced from other parts of the city. After a six-week probe, the Pentagon said intelligence errors resulted in a coalition strike that reportedly killed about 90 Syrian government forces in eastern Deir Ezzor in September.