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Friday April 18, 2014

18:30 Like Father, Like Son at Friday, April 18, 2014 at 6:30 »Tonight at City Cinema
Only 4 days left to see this film.

Rated: Parental Guidance
Runs: 120 minutes
Director: Kore-eda Hirokazu
Country: Japan
Released: 2013
Starring: Masharu Fukuyama, Machiko Ono, Yoko Maki
Language: In Japanese with English subtitles

“A married couple sit in silence, grappling with the terrible truth they have just learned: their bright-eyed 6-year-old only child, Keita, is not their biological son, but was switched at birth with another baby at the hospital. ‘Why didn’t I see it?’ the wife, Midori finally asks, in soft anguish. ‘I’m his mother.’ Those three words are at the root of Like Father, Like Son, a moving drama about parenthood from Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda. Midori and her husband, Ryota, a well-off couple who live in a sleek high-rise, soon come to meet the other couple involved: the easygoing Yukai and his wife, Yukari, who live in a working-class neighborhood with their three small children, including Midori and Ryota’s biological son, Ryusei. Differences are quickly apparent: Ryota, a workaholic perfectionist, is obsessed with how the mistake could have been made, Yukai focuses on the potential settlement money. Meanwhile, Midori and Yukari eye each other fearfully. ‘Is there a manual for this situation?,’ the latter dryly asks. No one here is a villain, but every character is nuanced. Ryota, a somewhat absent father who has high expectations for his son, comes to realize how much he treasures the child even in the absence of blood ties; Yukai, who initially seems to be taking it all rather lightly, is heartbreaking as he tersely asks Ryota, ‘Please fly kites with Ryusei.’ And Ono, the quiet soul of the movie, has some beautiful scenes: one wordless, as she sadly fits her hand into her child’s plaster handprint, and another on a train, as she wistfully asks Keita, ‘Shall the two of us run away together? Somewhere nobody knows?’ The film ends gently, without firm answers, but we sense that these children - and parents - have found their home.” - Moira Macdonald, The Seattle Times

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00:57 Muirhead, Tirinzoni improve to 4-0 »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Lots of teams still in contention going into final day of round-robin play
00:03 Jews ordered to be registered in Eastern Ukraine. (39 Words) » | New Topics
I can't believe we're seeing this kind of idiocy AGAIN!! Have these morons learned absolutely nothing? what's next, the deportation of all Jews from the Ukraine? Concentration camps?
00:03 Mobile Phones (48 Words) » | New Topics
Hi Everyone,

My contract runs out soon with Bell Mobility, and I’m definitely leaving (long story).

I’m looking for opinions of people who have:
Eastlink Mobile

Let me know anything and everything! Coverage, cost, customer support, anything else I should know!

00:03 Mobile Phones (48 Words) » | New Topics
Hi Everyone,

My contract runs out soon with Bell Mobility, and I’m definitely leaving (long story).

I’m looking for opinions of people who have:
Eastlink Mobile

Let me know anything and everything! Coverage, cost, customer support, anything else I should know!

00:03 Video Converting Software (55 Words) » | New Topics
Hello everyone,

I have a Canon video camera that I consider pretty much useless to me because of the video format it uses.
They are MOD files which doesn't work too well with Windows Movie Maker.
So does anybody have a suggestion for an affordable video converting software for Windows 8.


Thursday April 17, 2014

23:30 Express defeats Island Storm for NBL championship »The Guardian - Sports
The Windsor Express are the National Basketball League of Canada champions. Windsor defeated the Island Storm 121-106 in front of an announced crowd of 3,470 Thursday in Windsor, Ont. They erased a 3-1 series deficit to capture the title. It is the second year in a row the Storm has lost the ...
23:30 Express defeats Island Storm for NBL championship »Journal-Pioneer Sports
The Windsor Express are the National Basketball League of Canada champions. Windsor defeated the Island Storm 121-106 in front of an announced crowd of 3,470 Thursday in Windsor, Ont. They erased a 3-1 series deficit to capture the title. It is the second year in a row the Storm has lost the ...
22:21 Koe keeps pace; Gushue suffers first loss »The Guardian - Sports
SUMMERSIDE – Kevin Koe and Mike McEwen are tied atop the men’s standings at the 2014 Players’ Championship here at Eastlink Arena. Both rinks are 3-0 after Koe rallied for a 9-6 win over Brad Gushue in Thursday’s supper-hour draw, and MacEwen edged Jeff Stoughton 5-4 in afternoon action. Gushue ...
22:03 Koe keeps pace; Gushue suffers first loss »Journal-Pioneer Sports
At 2014 Players’ Championship
22:01 Good Friday Boat Friday »justpictureit
photo - Good Friday Boat Friday

Some people work on Good Friday. I'm one of them. Here is a boat shot from my friend who winters in Thailand. She is leaving to come back to Canada on Sunday.

21:15 [BRIEF NOTE] On Kepler-163f, first rocky planet found in a circumstellar habitable zone »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
This NASA press release regarding the discovery of exoplanet Kepler-186f, the most potentially Earth-like planet so far discovered, was very widely circulated earlier today. And for good reason.

Using NASA's Kepler Space Telescope, astronomers have discovered the first Earth-size planet orbiting a star in the "habitable zone" -- the range of distance from a star where liquid water might pool on the surface of an orbiting planet. The discovery of Kepler-186f confirms that planets the size of Earth exist in the habitable zone of stars other than our sun.

While planets have previously been found in the habitable zone, they are all at least 40 percent larger in size than Earth and understanding their makeup is challenging. Kepler-186f is more reminiscent of Earth.

[. . .]

Although the size of Kepler-186f is known, its mass and composition are not. Previous research, however, suggests that a planet the size of Kepler-186f is likely to be rocky.

"We know of just one planet where life exists -- Earth. When we search for life outside our solar system we focus on finding planets with characteristics that mimic that of Earth," said Elisa Quintana, research scientist at the SETI Institute at NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif., and lead author of the paper published today in the journal Science. "Finding a habitable zone planet comparable to Earth in size is a major step forward."

[. . .]

Kepler-186f orbits its star once every 130-days and receives one-third the energy from its star that Earth gets from the sun, placing it nearer the outer edge of the habitable zone. On the surface of Kepler-186f, the brightness of its star at high noon is only as bright as our sun appears to us about an hour before sunset.

"Being in the habitable zone does not mean we know this planet is habitable. The temperature on the planet is strongly dependent on what kind of atmosphere the planet has," said Thomas Barclay, research scientist at the Bay Area Environmental Research Institute at Ames, and co-author of the paper. "Kepler-186f can be thought of as an Earth-cousin rather than an Earth-twin. It has many properties that resemble Earth."

The discovery paper, "An Earth-Sized Planet in the Habitable Zone of a Cool Star", is unfortunately gated, but data seems to be consistent. The planet's star, Kepler-186, a relatively bright red dwarf a bit less than half the mass of our sun, is not very different Lalande 21185, a nearby star itself often suspected of hosting planets.

The Planetary Habitability Laboratory's press release notes that the world is likely not very Earth-like, in that if it had an Earth-like atmosphere it would be very cold.

Kepler-186f has a similar size to Earth and it is most likely a rocky world. It orbits the M-dwarf star Kepler-186 along with four other inner planets, which are as old as the Solar System (>4 Gyr), in the constellation Cygnus 500 light years away. Kepler-186f receives less stellar flux (~32%) than presently does Mars (~43%). It could have a temperate climate if it has an atmosphere much denser than Earth. Even Earth probably experienced at least one episode of global glaciation with just a slightly lower stellar flux than today, 650 million years ago. However, early Mars had running surface liquid water with a similar stellar flux as Kepler-186f.

Kepler-186f was added to the Habitable Exoplanets Catalog with a low Earth Similarity Index (ESI) of 0.64 due to its potential colder climate. Still, it could be a more Earth-like world if it is experiencing a much higher greenhouse effect than Earth. Nevertheless, Kepler-186f is also the best candidate now of a rocky world in the habitable zone compared to the other known potentially habitable worlds.

Still, this is a remarkable discovery, and an evocative one too. I can imagine a world of cold glacial seas, one side permanently under its reddish sun and the other locked away. What else might be there? Examining the world's atmosphere for potential signs of life--free oxygen, perhaps--is a must for the next generation of exoplanet researchers.
20:51 Islanders goalie McDonald makes 24 saves for Team Canada »The Guardian - Sports
Canada opens under-18 championship with 3-1 win over Sweden
20:47 Down The Backstretch: A number of new horses on the Island this year »The Guardian - Sports
Island racing is gearing up for opening day with qualifiers slated this coming week. Horses will line up behind the starting gate Saturday and Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park. A total of 45 horses are entered in nine qualifying dashes Saturday with some ...
20:35 Sigfridsson, Muirhead, McEwen remain perfect »The Guardian - Sports
SUMMERSIDE – Margaretha Sigfridsson, Eve Muirhead and Mike McEwen maintained perfect records at the 2014 Players’ Championship on Thursday afternoon. Sweden’s Sigfridsson and Scotland’s Muirhead are in a first-place tie atop the women’s standings with Switzerland’s Silvana Tirinzoni. All three ...
20:31 Hockey Canada announces first 20 players for world championship »The Guardian - Sports
Hockey Canada has unveiled its preliminary 20-man roster for the upcoming world hockey championship. As expected in an Olympic year, Team Canada will have a young group that doesn’t overlap with those who won a gold medal in Sochi. The Toronto Maple Leafs are well represented with goaltender ...
19:36 Ten performers making P.E.I. proud as regional finalists in Searchlight 2014 competition »The Guardian - Living
If you’ve been listening to CBC Radio lately, or if you follow the websites or social media of Island musical artists, you’ve probably been hearing a great deal about CBC’s Searchlight contest over the past several weeks. Since March 24, musicians all over the country have been competing in ...
19:25 PEI fall lobster fishermen remain opposed to further carapace increases »Journal-Pioneer Local
O’LEARY -- Members of the Prince County Fishermen’s Association signaled Wednesday night they don’t want to re-consider a change to the minimum carapace size for fall lobsters.
18:54 Sigfridsson, Muirhead, McEwen remain perfect »Journal-Pioneer Sports
SUMMERSIDE – Margaretha Sigfridsson, Eve Muirhead and Mike McEwen maintained perfect records at the 2014 Players’ Championship on Thursday afternoon.
18:15 Sea ice quickly loosening its grip on Island’s coast »Journal-Pioneer Local
ALBERTON -- There might have been more ice in the Northumberland Strait and the Gulf of St. Lawrence this past winter than at any time in the past two decades, but one would hardly know it now.
17:13 Island women part of contingent protesting N.B. abortion clinic closure »The Guardian - Local News
P.E.I. Abortion Rights Network calling for action in region to support women's reproductive choice
17:08 Brookelyn and I are enjoying some post-Real Estate Transactions... »

Brookelyn and I are enjoying some post-Real Estate Transactions freedom!!!! Not the worst day for a patio. Chilly and sunny! (at Fox And Feather)

17:05 Man gets 36 months for possession with intent to traffic »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE – A 53-year-old Summerside man has been sentenced to 36 months in jail after pleading guilty in Summerside provincial court, Monday, to a charge of possession of methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking.
17:04 Punch nets man three-day jail term »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE – An altercation outside a Summerside bar has resulted in jail time for a Summerside man.
17:02 Man fined $400 for shoplifting »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE - A 33-year-old Summerside man was fined $400 after pleading guilty in Summerside provincial court to a charge of shoplifting.
16:42 Police to give update on 1997 unidentified body »The Guardian - Local News
Young man's body was found floating in Malpeque Bay by fishermen; exhumed in 2010 for more forensic study
16:38 Rural fire district makes payments but still not comfortable with service contract »Journal-Pioneer Local
ALBERTON -- The Town of Alberton has received from the Alberton Rural Fire District Committee the first two quarterly payments for 2014 fire protection but it still awaits a signed fire service contract.
16:24 Kensington Council wants soccer club involved in land lease for soccer field washrooms »Journal-Pioneer Local
KENSINGTON – Kensington Town Council is seeking a meeting with the English Language School Board to work out a lease arrangement for the installation of washroom facilities for the soccer field next to Queen Elizabeth Elementary School.
15:26 Community Notices »Women's Equality PEI
Welcome to our Community Events and Notices E-News for Thursday, April 17, 2014 New listings this week: 1) This Saturday – Family Earth Expo 2) Town Hall Forum 3) Bonshaw Ceilidh 4) Cross-Canada Speakers’ Tour on Genetically Engineered Foods and Your Health Arrives in Stratford, PEI on 29 April 2014 5) PEIBWA Upcoming Events The […]
15:22 Easter Seals Ambassador Tour visits West Prince schools »Journal-Pioneer Local
ALBERTON -- Students at Alberton Elementary School started cheering Thursday as soon as the Tim Hortons School Tour bus with Easter Seals Ambassador Brett pulled up outside and they kept it up until he made his way to the front of the auditorium.
15:00 RCMP to provide update on John Doe found in 1997 »Journal-Pioneer Local
CHARLOTTETOWN – The Major Crime Unit of the RCMP on P.E.I. has called a press conference for Tuesday 2 p.m.
15:00 UPDATED: RCMP to provide update on John Doe found in 1997 »Journal-Pioneer Local
CHARLOTTETOWN – The Major Crime Unit of the RCMP on P.E.I. has called a press conference for Tuesday 2 p.m.
14:36 Gushue beats Howard to remain undefeated »Journal-Pioneer Sports
SUMMERSIDE – The Brad Gushue rink from St. John’s, N.L., improved to 3-0 (won-lost) here at the 2014 Players’ Championship on Thursday morning.
14:34 Yeo sentencing adjourned until May »The Guardian - Local News
A Charlottetown man who has been in custody for more than 630 days will wait a little longer for sentencing after his case was adjourned again this morning in Charlottetown. But as Jason Norman Yeo sat at the defence table in P.E.I. Supreme Court with his legs and feet shackled, Justice Wayne ...
14:21 Georgetown man faces drug trafficking charges »Eastern Graphic weekly newspaper

Members of the Kings District RCMP arrested a 35 year-old man in Georgetown late last night after executing a search warrant at a residence. A quantity of marijuana, hashish, money, and drug paraphernalia including scales was seized in the search.

The 35 year-old man from Maple Crescent, Georgetown is facing a number of charges related to drug trafficking. He will appear in court at a later date.

Queens District RCMP and the RCMP Dog Service assisted in the search.


14:03 Bullying/Help Line - Jessica Fauvelle »CBC PEI Island Morning
Bullying is big issue that affects many young people. It's something Jessica Fauvelle suffered through during junior high. She is a first year student at UPEI, originally from Fredericton. Jessica also has some ideas about resources she would have...
14:03 Crossfit PEI - Mike Ives »CBC PEI Island Morning
Power cleans... thrusters... burpees and box jumps. Crossfit athletes know those terms. PEI's Michael Ives, one of the founders of CrossFit PEI and one of their head trainers, is taking part in the CrossFit Games competitions. More than 200-thousand...
14:03 Food Labels - Roxanne Laughlin »CBC PEI Island Morning
Health Canada is reviewing the nutritional information it requires on food packaging sold in this country. Part of that work includes weighing suggestions coming out of the States. Changes that include increasing our daily fibre and reducing our sodium...
14:00 Oil cleanup underway at French school in South Rustico »The Guardian - Local News
Leak occurred in oil tank return line at École Saint-Augustin in South Rustico March 31
13:55 Georgetown man facing drug charges after search »The Guardian - Local News
GEORGETOWN - A 35-year-old Georgetown man is facing several charges related to drug trafficking after Kings District RCMP executed a search warrant at a home on Maple Crescent. In a news release, the RCMP said it seized about one pound of marijuana, hashish, money, scales and drug paraphernalia ...
13:55 Swedish voters elect uneducated politicians too. »PEI Curmudgeon's Blog
We complain about our politicians who ignore science and legislate based upon nonsensical ideas. The Americans, British, and Australians have their share as well. Here’s an example from Sweden, where one Swedish MP launched an official government investigation into the … Continue reading
13:20 Man gets 90 days for impaired driving »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE - A 40-year-old Tignish man was sentenced to 90 days in jail after pleading guilty in Summerside provincial court, Thursday, to two charges of impaired driving.
13:08 Happy Days musical comes to Bluefield High School »The Guardian - Living
When Stacey Bondt and her production team were looking for a musical to mount at Bluefield High School last fall, her thoughts turned to her own acting experience as a teenager. "I played Cha Cha in Grease when we did it here in 2007. We had such a blast. So I thought, ‘wouldn't it be great to ...


11:54 Notice of Planning Department Public Meeting »City of Charlottetown
2014-04-17 City Council will hold a Public Meeting on April 30, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. to hear comments on the following:
11:50 Impact analysis hammers home EI losses for city »The Guardian - Opinion
Urban zone to lose $14 million per year while P.E.I. rural areas gain $15 million
11:48 Governments plunder EI fund »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: On the front page of the Guardian of April 15 is a story about "New EI regions to increase payments to rural P.E.I." In this story is a sentence that irritates me immensely.The reason? Because it perpetuates the lie that the Harper Government persists in making, surrounding EI.The ...
11:46 Requests rising from needy, poor »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: It is with great disbelief and frustration that we respond to Valerie Docherty’s announcement of a $1.9- million savings in her budget (Community Services Seniors) and the statement that “we will never say no to anybody who is eligible for their programs.“ What cloud is Ms. Docherty ...
11:44 Easter season time of the cross »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: Readers should not take new stories and latest research discoveries at face value. They should think critically about all that they read. For instance, one of the latest studies finds that taking antioxidants could be bad for your health. Also, someone has discovered the tomb of Jesus ...
11:43 Abortion supporters lose moral compass »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: In that ‘Opinion’ in the Guardian, Tuesday, April 15, Heather Mallick laments the demise of the Fredericton abortion clinic and deplores the absence of such a clinic in P.E.I. As I understand it, the clinic is closing for lack of customers and, personally, I am glad about that. Ms. ...
11:00 Pothole season has Charlottetown public works crews busy »The Guardian - Local News
Charlottetown’s public works chairman says three crews are out every day filling potholes. Coun. Terry Bernard said Tuesday they’ve been popping up everywhere lately. “As everybody knows it’s been our worst winter in 42 years but what really happened here is that we’ve had a quick thaw and with ...
10:46 Canada still not ready for female premiers or prime ministers »The Guardian - Opinion
By Ken Williams (Reader's View): Pauline Marois’ loss in the Quebec Provincial Election last Monday was not only about a sovereign Quebec, but also part of the saga of women premiers in Canada and maybe in some part about women in politics in our country.At the beginning of 2014 there were five ...
10:44 Guidelines flawed, too rigid for social assistance »The Guardian - Opinion
By Jennifer Coughlin (Guest Opinion) : Assistance, but with having a physical disability — and medical issues that keep me from obtaining employment as of late — I accept government assistance because I have no other choice. But, I couldn’t help feeling frustrated on Monday morning as I read ...
10:40 The story beyond the headlines »The Guardian - Opinion
Potato growers handed heavy fines for essentially no paperwork for previous year
10:00 Retired minister lashes out at P.E.I. health care »The Guardian - Local News
Rod Garnett is leaving P.E.I. in disgust over the health-care system here. He is also leaving in plenty of pain. The retired minister with the Church of Christ came to Prince Edward Island in May 2012 hoping the province would prove a good place for a relaxing retirement. Garnett, 68, settled ...
09:44 #tbt to Top: December 2010, my first law school exam ever... »

#tbt to Top: December 2010, my first law school exam ever (Contracts). Bottom: I brought a cooler of beer to my last exam of 1L (Public International Law) and drank it on the 3rd floor balcony of Fauteux Hall. Hard to believe this afternoon I’m writing my last law school exam ever! It’s been quite a ride, and I remember both of these moments like they were yesterday. (at Fauteux Hall)

09:22 P.E.I. film to play at Cannes film festival in France »The Guardian - Living
An 11-minute short film called Queen of Crows was selected to screen in a Canadian showcase at the Short Film Corner during the Cannes International Film Festival in France next month. The film was written and directed by Island filmmaker, Harmony Wagner and produced by Jason Rogerson of ...
09:05 Summerside lifter heading to world event »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Tilman Gallant of Summerside has his goals set for this week’s World Masters Bench Press Championships in Northumberland, England.
08:47 Daily Specials for Thursday, April 17, 2014 »Casa Mia Daily Specials

The Daily Specials at Casa Mia Restaurant for Thursday, April 17, 2014 are:

  • Casa Mia Skillet $9.99
  • Curried Butternut Squash Bisquie $4.99

Casa Mia Restaurant
131 Queen Street
Charlottetown, PE
Telephone: (902) 367-4440

08:46 Gallant realizes NHL dream with New York Islanders »The Guardian - Sports
Summerside native back in the AHL after Islanders season comes to an end
08:42 Some roads still closed because of flooding across P.E.I. »The Guardian - Local News
Despite a sunnier forecast, flooding continues to cause some road closures around the province today. The Transportation Department has closed about a dozen roads to through traffic and detours are in place while repairs are undertaken. The following is a list of roads closed as of 7:30 a.m.: - ...
08:29 Docherty grilled over $2.3M in unspent social assistance »Journal-Pioneer Local
The P.E.I. government left $2.3 million unspent in social assistance and other support payments last year and cut its budget this year for social programs by close to $2 million.
08:20 Earth Day celebration early on P.E.I. »Journal-Pioneer Local
Sierra Club P.E.I. has announced the final line-up for the 2014 Charlottetown Family Earth Expo, which takes place Monday, April 21 at the P.E.I. Farm Centre from 12-4 p.m.
08:16 Fire damages home in Mount Royal »The Guardian - Local News
MOUNT ROYAL -- A Mount Royal family of five will be taking up temporary residence across the road following a Wednesday afternoon fire that extensively damaged their split level home. No one was at home when the fire was discovered by a passerby over the noon hour. Jamie Betts said he was at ...
08:16 Liberal MLA disagrees on physician vacancy rate in West Prince »Journal-Pioneer Local
Alberton-Roseville MLA Pat Murphy says he’s concerned about recruitment and retention of physicians in West Prince.
08:14 Smuggling contraband into P.E.I. jail draws federal prison sentence »Journal-Pioneer Local
A 25-year-old Charlottetown man who smuggled drugs, tobacco, rolling papers and even a cigarette lighter into jail in his rectum is headed for prison.
08:11 Currie questioned on $1M unspent last year on addictions, mental health »Journal-Pioneer Local
Less than 24-hours after 100 Islanders held a tearful rally for more addictions services, Health Minister Doug Currie faced questions about why he left $1 million unspent in his addictions and mental health budget last year.
08:05 [PHOTO] Looking west across University at Queen West »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
Looking west across University at Queen West

Campbell House, built in 1822 and transported to its current location in 1972, is dwarfed by the Canada Life Building (built 1929-1931) to right and by the much more recent 180 Queen West to left.
07:48 Smuggling contraband into P.E.I. jail draws federal prison sentence »The Guardian - Local News
A 25-year-old Charlottetown man who smuggled drugs, tobacco, rolling papers and even a cigarette lighter into jail in his rectum is headed for prison. Murray James Todd was sentenced to two years in a federal correctional facility Wednesday for possession of drugs for the purposes of ...
07:42 Sunshine expected today and tomorrow across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Thursday April 17th 7:40am.. An area of high pressure is centered over southern Maine this morning and will drift to the east  crossing the Maritimes early tomorrow morning. Mainly clear skies and light winds will accompany this feature. Cloud and … Continue reading


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