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Tuesday September 23, 2014

01:44 Liberals win after technical glitches stall N.B. election »The Guardian - Local News
Green party wins first ever seat in N.B. but NDP shut out
00:54 [DM] Still here! »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
I've a brief post up at Demography Matters mentioning that the blog is still active and soliciting readership requests as to what subjects they'd like the blog to cover.

Thoughts, as always, are welcome.
00:49 Robbery - Frugal Smoke Shop »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
Charlottetown Police Services were called to a robbery at Frugal Smoke Shop located on 75 Kensington Road, at 8:50 p.m., last night. Complainant stated a male entered the store with a weapon and demanded money. Police request the public's assistance in identifying the person depicted in the following photo. Anyone having information concerning this crime can contact the Charlottetown Police Service at 9026294172 or PEI Crime Stoppers at 1800222TIPS.

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Monday September 22, 2014

23:38 Montague skatepark future appears solid »The Guardian - Local News
MONTAGUE – Town council is ready to front some cash to assist the possible fall opening of a youth skateboard park here. Council approved steps unanimously Monday night to proceed with an official vote in two weeks to approve bridge financing to help pay for the new portable skate park to be ...
22:03 Best pay as you go iPhone plan? (60 Words) »PEIinfo.ca | New Topics
I've got a 4S and my contract with Bell is up. I currently have a fab 10 plan with 1gb data per month but it's $55, plus $12 for caller id, voicemail etc. So I'm paying $70 per month for a phone I don't make many calls with. I'd like some data, but I want a cheaper plan. Any suggestions?...
21:58 Ghiz to Golf Pebble Beach, Gamble at Las Vegas and See 49ers Game With Cousin Billy »redlikeme.ca
Some guys have all the luck. PEI Premier Robert Ghiz is supposedly preparing for the fall Legislature. Ghiz is having a man-cation vacation with cousin Bill “the Genius” Dow. They will golf at Pebble Beach, like, well like big shots, … Continue reading
21:51 Red Like Me To Feature Scotiabank Mock Trial, Many Questions Continue to Arise »redlikeme.ca
Red Like Me will present a “mock trial”, in a series of articles which will allow readers to make their own assessment of Scotiabank and Scotia McLeod actions agains Red Like Me and Rob McEachern. This series will demonstrate how … Continue reading
20:25 Stolen 2012 Caterpillar Generator »Charlottetown Police Public Announcements
Charlottetown Police Services are asking the public to be on the look out for a stolen 2012 Caterpillar Generator, Model XQ60, and Serial # 16MPF1025CD062214 with Quebec license plate RD2485N8. The generator was stolen from the Canadian Tire parking lot (202 Buchanan Drive) sometime late Sunday night or early Monday morning. Anyone with information concerning this theft or the whereabouts of the generator are asked to contact Charlottetown Police 629-4172 or Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477.
20:05 Music Monday: Learn to Let You Go »Lot 65
19:59 [BLOG] Some Monday links »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)

  • blogTO selects the top twenty music videos filmed in Toronto.

  • The Dragon's Tales notes that Catalonian separatists have not been put off by the failure of Scotland to separate.

  • The Everyday Sociology Blog looks at the false stereotypes behind the child migrant crisis.

  • Geocurrents notes the advance of the Islamic State against Kurds in Syria.

  • Joe. My. God. quotes an anti-gay American conservative unhappy some people are suspicious of her just because she and hers are attending a conference in Putin's Moscow.

  • Marginal Revolution quotes a Japan pessimist who thinks demographics mean the Japanese economy will do well not to shrink.

  • Bruce Sterling shares a map of present and future natural gas pipelines in Europe.

  • Towleroad notes Nicolas Sarkozy's criticism of same-sex marriage for humiliating French families.

  • Window on Eurasia suggests Kaliningrad separatism is a major issue, or at least seen to be a major issue.

18:54 From PEI to Haida Gwaii »PEIBlog.ca - Need peace? Go East!
We picked a theme for our trip.
17:45 Raise-A-Reader Day is tomorrow! »Journal-Pioneer Local
Annual literacy campaign to take place at coffee shops, stores across P.E.I.
17:45 Raise-A-Reader Day is Wednesday! »Journal-Pioneer Local
Annual literacy campaign to take place at coffee shops, stores across P.E.I.
17:20 [URBAN NOTE] "Book lovers shrug off storms at Word on the Street" »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
Madhavi Acharya-Tom Yew's brief Toronto Star article just touches upon the rather enjoyable time I had at Word on the Street on Queen's Park. (I'll have plenty of pictures in coming days.) When I was there in the afternoon, the weather was happily perfect.

Sunday morning’s thunderstorms didn’t dampen spirits at the 25th annual Word on the Street.

The Toronto book and magazine festival drew an estimated 210,000 people to Queen’s Park Circle, mostly in the afternoon, organizers said.

“During setup at 8 a.m. it was really bad. Lightning, rain. Bad rain. We can handle any weather, but lightning does scare us. But that’s over,” spokesperson Stephen Weir said in an interview.

“I suspect the audience we lost in the morning arrived in the afternoon.”

This year’s roster of over 200 authors included Canadian writers Claire Cameron, Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer, Sean Michaels, and Shani Mootoo.

“The festival is huge now,” said one festival-goer, Sue Peters of Toronto. “I haven’t been her for a few years and I can’t believe how big it is.”
17:17 [LINK] "Scotland vote just the start of a rough ride for U.K." »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
CBC's Don Murray points out that a Québécois trajectory for Scottish separatism is quite possible if promised constitutional change doesn't occur.

For those with long memories, the morning after in Scotland — indeed the final days of the heated campaign — seemed an eerie replay of Quebec’s first referendum in 1980.

There are differences, of course, some of them major, but consider: the loser, in conceding, hints at another referendum.

Alex Salmond, the Scottish National Party First Minister, said the people had not chosen independence "at this stage." Thirty-four years ago PQ Quebec premier René Lévesque conceded, saying, "If I’ve understood you, ‘till the next time!"

Meanwhile, the winners wait until the last minute to promise huge constitutional change.

In 1980 the man with the promise was Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. In Scotland it was another native son, this time former Prime Minister Gordon Brown. He thundered into the campaign and galvanized the "No" camp with passionate speeches and a sweeping promise of "devo max" – maximum devolution, or in other words a major transfer of powers from London to the Scottish Assembly.

Brown had the green light from British Prime Minister David Cameron, who followed it up Friday morning with a speech in front of 10 Downing Street promising fast-track reform, with an outline constitutional bill ready by January.

But Britain, unlike Canada, has a misshapen federal structure which appears to have been worked out on the back of an envelope — or rather, two.
17:12 RCMP alleging woman blew 3x limit after accident; 5-year-old in vehicle »The Guardian - Local News
Report of car off the road brings police in confrontation with driver, while her five-year-old childwas her vehicle.
17:11 [LINK] "Banks to Distillers Weigh Cost of More Scottish Tax Powers" »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
Bloomberg's article looks at the potential economic costs of federalism, and the continued possibility of separatism, in Scotland. This sounds familiar from Canada, I have to say.

The day after Scotland voted to remain in the U.K., companies began counting the cost of staying together.

Lloyds Banking Group Plc may still consider moving south to England, according to a person familiar with the matter. Diageo Plc, the distiller that makes Scotch whisky including Johnnie Walker, said after the vote that “the future for this sector will remain bright provided there is no further regulation or taxation on the industry.”

While companies expressed relief about the outcome of the vote, they voiced uncertainty about the devolution of more tax powers to Scotland. Conservative U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said today he will make good on pledges to give more policy-making control to Scotland, known as “Devo Max.”

Proposals outlined by Cameron on handing more power to Scotland and changing the way the U.K. Parliament functions would influence decisions made by Lloyds on where its legal headquarters should be, said the person familiar with the matter, who asked not to be named because the discussions are private. Tax rates are one factor, as is coming regulation on separating retail and investment banking, the person said.

“There is the potential for Scotland to become a relatively less attractive base for banks, so over time there could be a more subtle and less costly partial drift south,” said Ian Gordon, an analyst at Investec Ltd. in London. “Banks could conceivably consider the possibility of changing domicile when regulations are overhauled, especially when ring-fencing rules are introduced in 2019.”
17:08 [LINK] "How Scotland's Spiral of Silence Unwound" »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
Bloomberg View's Leonid Bershidsky's article describes the reasons why Scotland's separatists seemed stronger than they actually did.

For many days, Scotland's independence referendum seemed too close to call on the basis of opinion polls, making the size of the victory for the pro-union campaign -- by 55 percent to 45 percent -- a surprise. German political scientist Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann explained this paradox back in 1974 with a theory she called the Spiral of Silence.

Noell-Neumann started out as a pollster in post-war Germany. The question of German acquiescence to Hitler's savage policies bothered her; she suggested people have a "quasi-statistical organ" assessing how the rest of society feels. That often unconscious reading steers the answers people give to pollsters. Many are reluctant to go against the perceived majority to avoid disapproval or isolation, preferring to stay silent. That silence, accompanied by insincere approval, encourages the perceived majority to become more vocal, forcing more of its opponents into acquiescence. That creates Noell-Neumann's spiral.

The unspoken doubts can be further suppressed by the press, Noelle-Neumann noted: "The willingness to speak out depends in part upon sensing that there is support and legitimation from the media." The existence of social media competing with, say, television may moderate the spiral by giving people more control over what they see in in their online environments; the theory still works, though, particularly for contentious elections. In Italy last year, polls failed to show the true strength of comedian Beppe Grillo's Five Star Movement, and a recent study shows convincingly that that it was the spiral of silence, working through the online social platforms that were Grillo's chosen campaigning platform, that confounded pollsters.

The spiral of silence suggests the more radical, more vocal side tends to gain the upper hand in opinion polls. In Scotland, that was the pro-independence camp, overwhelming its opponents on Twitter and on Facebook. The more radical activists even threatened (admittedly mild) violence against those opposing secession. Throwing eggs at houses decorated with "No, Thanks" posters may not be particularly smart or effective, but the "quasi-statistical organ" must have registered it, too.
17:05 [LINK] Two articles on the government of Canada not evacuating family members from Syria »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
The first came from the Toronto Star's Peter Goodspeed.

Mike Wise sold his Toronto home two years ago to rescue his mother in war-torn Syria. He thought he had bought her freedom when she and Wise’s younger sister arrived in Cuba, just a three and a half hour flight from Toronto.

What he didn’t count on was Canada’s reluctance to offer sanctuary to Syrian war refugees.

Despite Wise’s five months of intense lobbying and appeals to senior cabinet ministers, officials refused to expedite his request to have his ailing, widowed mother, Shazia Khail Rashid, 66, and his sister, Sivin, 30, join him and three other brothers in Canada.

Instead, officials with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees had to call on Sweden to rescue Wise’s family.

Now, a once close family is scattered around the world.


The second comes from the CBC's Kathy Tomlinson.

Canadian woman and her Syrian husband are speaking out from a Damascus suburb because they're frightened and desperate to flee the escalating danger together. They're distraught because her government is doing nothing to help.

"All we want to do is leave here. We want to just go to Canada and have a normal life," said Anya Sass, who was born and raised in Calgary.

"We are living in fear every day … I feel like it's not being taken seriously. They are just saying, 'Sorry you are in a war zone — but that's too bad. We have a lot of paperwork to do.'"

Sass said she was travelling through the Middle East three years ago, on a break from post-secondary studies, when she met Habib Alibrahim, fell in love, and married him.

"I never made it further than Syria," she said, with a smile. "It's not easy living here right now — but it's actually a lot harder to be away from him."

Alibrahim is an engineering student who says he is secular and has absolutely no connection to terrorism. He asked Go Public not to publish which sect his family is from, because its members are targeted by both rebels and terrorists.

"I feel my life is in danger," said Alibrahim. "Her life as well. Because we are married. She is married to me. She is married to a person from this religious minority."


These are both recent articles. The Canadian government seems to be taking a very long time to process applications, much longer than other governments.
16:40 Woman with 5-year-old in car stopped for impaired driving »Journal-Pioneer Local
COVEHEAD - A 26-year-old Charlottetown woman was arrested Sunday for impaired driving Sunday, while her five-year-old child was in the vehicle with her.
16:22 Amalgamation not always bad »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
With minimal fanfare, the communities of Central Bedeque and Bedeque agreed last year, on their own, to merge – or amalgamate if you want to use what has almost become a dirty or scary word in some circles.
16:15 New Municipalities Act on hold »Journal-Pioneer Local
New provincial-municipal funding plan needed first
16:05 Mulcair to visit Egmont NDP riding »Journal-Pioneer Local
Leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada, Thomas Mulcair, will be on Prince Edward Island to attend the party’s Egmont riding nomination convention.
16:00 ScreenScape Connect Brings Plug And Play To Digital Signage »ScreenScape Official News
ScreenScape Connect uses business-grade smart devices as simple yet powerful media players. Running specialized software, the devices plug into the back of any TV with an HDMI port, and can be updated, monitored and managed over the Internet using ScreenScape.com. The first hardware solution certified for ScreenScape Connect is the new Dell Wyse Cloud Connect, […]
15:43 Apple season best in memory, says Prince County orchard owner »Journal-Pioneer Local
ARLINGTON — Barry Balsom says the apple gods have been smiling down on him.
15:42 Mill River man fires lawyer mid trial »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE –The trial of a 43-year-old Mill River man ended abruptly Monday when he fired his lawyer during proceedings.
15:35 Misfortune strikes lobster fisherman twice in as many months »The Guardian - Local News
MIMINEASH — Miminegash lobster fisherman Terry Gallant is speaking today of a close brush with disaster he had over the weekend with his boat the TJ Hooker — the second misfortune to strike Gallant in as many months. Gallant and his son Chad were off Howard’s Cove and closer to the New ...
15:03 Memorial service for pets planned »The Guardian - Living
SpayAid P.E.I. hosts its first fundraising animal memorial service Sept. 28
14:47 Lobster fishermen have close call »Journal-Pioneer Local
MIMINEASH -- Miminegash lobster fisherman, Terry Gallant revved his engine to full-power Saturday as he struggled to steer his boat, the TJ Hooker, safely back to port in heavy seas after his rudder box broke free.
14:13 [PHOTO] Whale skull, North Rustico »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
Whale skull below the lighthouse, North Rustico


This whale skull in North Rustico has been the subject of multiple photos, this 2010 lo-fi photo highlighting the garden that springs up there, as did this a 2005 Flickr photo. A commenter at this 2010 Panoramio photo says this skull has been present since 1969. The state of erosion certainly makes this sound plausible.

Whale skull and my shadow, North Rustico
14:04 New Traffic Radar Gun Detects When Drivers Are Texting (292 Words) »PEIinfo.ca | New Topics
Attention idiots!

We’re all familiar with the radar guns that police use to catch and ticket speeding drivers. But the next stage of that technology is now poised to nab drivers who are engaged in a behavior that’s even more dangerous: texting behind the wheel.

A Virginia-based company called ComSonics is developing a new type of radar gun that can actually detect whether text message radio frequencies are being emitted from passing cars. According to The Virginian-Pilot, ComSonics says the device is “close to production.”

Virginia is one of 44 U.S. states that has a ban on texting while driving (in Canada, all provinces and 2 of 3 territories have laws).

As the topic of distracted driving continues to gain nationwide attention, ComSonics isn’t the only company attempting to create at technology designed to temper it.

Third-party apps for Android and iOS, like DriveScribe and DriveOFF, detect when your car is moving and will block all incoming notifications on your phone. And an activity-reporting app called Canary can be installed on young drivers’ phones to let parents know when their kids are calling or texting while driving.

Apple itself has been sitting on a filed patent for a “driver handheld computing device lock-out” to keep iPhone owners from texting while on the road. As for when or how exactly this feature would be rolled out to iOS or the company’s new CarPlay system, that’s anyone’s guess.

It’s yet to be determined whether law enforcement in Virginia or anywhere else will adopt ComSonics’ texting-detection gadget. Whether it pans out or doesn’t, the best advice we can give would be to keep your eyes open and on the road. Slow down and put the phone down.
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13:31 U.K. experience a world away from our own »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
The Scotland referendum will mostly be remembered in Canada for the fact that it exhibited little of the chaotic amateurism that plagued both camps in a similar episode in Quebec in 1995.
13:20 Flooded streets greet Island motorists after early morning downpour »The Guardian - Local News
Islanders woke up this morning to flooded streets in some parts of the province. Linda Libby, a meteorologist from Environment Canada, said 79.2 millimetres of rain fell in Charlottetown last night until 9 a.m. this morning. North Cape received 33.8 millimetres, Summerside had 30.9 millimetres ...
13:14 The story of modern agriculture »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
For most Canadians, their first point of contact with food along the production chain is in a grocery store. We put much more thought into what grocery store to visit and what’s on the dinner menu than to where the food came from and how it was produced.
12:57 Fire destroys Charlottetown townhouse »Journal-Pioneer Local
Charlottetown mother Christina MacNeill and her three daughters were just beginning to enjoy what they hoped would be a slower-paced lifestyle on the outskirts of Charlottetown.
12:53 Heavy rains pound region Monday morning »Journal-Pioneer Local
As rain pounded Prince Edward Island this morning, rainfall warnings were issued for Kings County, as well as communities across the Northumberland Strait in Nova Scotia. Environment Canada says up to 70 millimetres of rain could fall in Kings County, P.E.I., as well as Cape Breton and parts of ...
12:15 Municipal Nov. 3 elections pose challenge »The Guardian - Opinion
Extending terms to four years for villages will make it tougher to attract candidates
12:12 Students correct in raising issues »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: Thank you for printing Dave Stewart’s story re: the proposed agenda of UPEI’s Student Union dealing with the financial burden carried by the university’s students.Surely Mr. Lucas MacArthur, president of the Student Union and — as were all of my former students — polite and respectful — ...
12:00 Devil’s Punchbowl to get a native species facelift »The Guardian - Local News
Tree planting taking place Oct. 4 at North Granville park
11:57 Christian Bible includes two books »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: In regards to reference to the Bible as made frequently in recent letters to the editor, it should be realized that the Bible for Christians consists of two books: the Hebrew Bible, or what is sometimes called the Old Testament, and the New Testament.The Hebrew Bible primarily contains ...
11:56 Fair comment on pesticide story »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: In response to John Jamieson’s letter to the editor: A shill, by definition, is one who publicly helps a person or organization without disclosing that they have a close relationship with the person or organization. A search of ‘Dr. Joe Schwarcz and Monsanto’ brings up plenty of ...
11:48 Observations on Scottish referendum on independence »The Guardian - Opinion
By Henry Srebrnik (guest opinion)
11:30 Father committed to Sears National Kids Cancer Ride after daughter's diagnosis »The Guardian - Local News
Ken Cross cycled into Charlottetown last week on one of the final legs of a 17-day trek that began in Vancouver
10:33 Man hospitalized after beating in Charlottetown »The Guardian - Local News
A 63-year-old man has been sent to Queen Elizabeth Hospital after being seriously beaten in Charlottetown. Charlottetown police say a 51-year-old York area man was arrested for assault and jailed at the Provincial Correctional Centre after the incident, which happened on University Avenue near ...
10:28 [PHOTO] Polkaroo! »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
Polkaroo!


I went to Toronto's Word on the Street literary festival yesterday, and had a wonderful time. The streets surrounding Queen's Park were cordoned off from traffic and filled with booksellers and literary events amid photogenic scenery.

One thing I appreciated was the TVO Kids stage outside of the Royal Ontario Museum. There, Ontario's public television station had some of the most iconic characters of their programmers posing and taking pictures. Polkaroo, for instance.
09:59 UPEI student union to meet provincial officials next month »The Guardian - Local News
The president of the UPEI student union says he’ll be meeting with representatives in the provincial government in early October.Lucas MacArthur spoke with The Guardian last week about a list of priority issues they’ll be taking to the table with them.After consulting with students the past few ...
09:20 Heavy rain pounds region; rainfall warning issued for Kings County »The Guardian - Local News
Tens of thousands without power in Nova Scotia
09:20 Rainfall warning issued for Kings County »The Guardian - Local News
Tens of thousands without power in Nova Scotia
09:04 Daily Specials for Monday, September 22, 2014 »Casa Mia Daily Specials

The Daily Specials at Casa Mia Restaurant for Monday, September 22, 2014 are:

  • Corn Chowder $4.99
  • Mandarin Chicken Curry Wrap...$11.99 Tender Strips of Chicken sauteed lightly, mixed mesclun greens, mandarin oranges, and roasted red peppers, tossed with sweet mango curry dressing and wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla, grilled, served with black bean salad or fries.

Casa Mia Restaurant
131 Queen Street
Charlottetown, PE
Telephone: (902) 367-4440
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08:56 Veterans Recognition Award Nomination Deadline Approaching »City of Charlottetown
2014-09-22 The deadline to nominate a veteran for the City of Charlottetown's Veterans Recognition
08:53 Cooler weather returns tomorrow for PEI… »peistormchaser
Monday Sept 22nd 9:00am.. Flooding rains fell overnight across PEI as a storm system tracked across the island. This low pressure system is now located just north of the island and continues to pull away to the NNE, meanwhile a … Continue reading
08:53 Cooler weather returns tomorrow for PEI… »peistormchaser
Monday Sept 22nd 9:00am.. Flooding rains fell overnight across PEI as a storm system tracked across the island. This low pressure system is now located just north of the island and continues to pull away to the NNE, meanwhile a … Continue reading
08:52 RCMP warn of thefts from unlocked vehicles »Journal-Pioneer Local
RCMP officers are warning Islanders to lock their vehicle doors after a string of thefts during the past month.
08:45 ScreenScape Revamps Partner Programs »ScreenScape Official News
Becoming Device-oriented “ScreenScape Connect now makes it easy for any business to take advantage of place-based media” says company Founder and CEO, Mark Hemphill. “The device-oriented approach also makes it much easier to sell and to distribute ScreenScape solutions, and so it gives us an opportunity to expand and improve upon our partner programs.” The […]
08:38 Pro-choice rally blasts province »Journal-Pioneer Local
The crowd whooped and hollered as Isaac Williams, the representative for Pro Choice P.E.I., walked up the steps of Province House in Charlottetown Saturday to take his place behind the microphone.
08:25 Assaut - Man Hospitalized »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of a man being beaten on University Ave., near Douglas St. Police determined that a male, age 63, had been seriously assaulted by another male. Accused male, a 51 year old York area resident, was arrested for assault and jailed at the Provincial Correctional Centre. Victim was transported to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
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