WARBURTON: And those guys have a very interesting relationship. They came in separately and they couldn’t have been more different. Like, Mick Jagger, you know, he came in all business did his lines, got out. The Guard said a “key objective” was to make sure fire departments could respond to calls, and said in a follow up tweet it was “here with the Minneapolis Fire Department” to assist. But no move was made to put out the 3rd Precinct fire. Assistant Fire Chief Bryan Tyner said fire crews could not safely respond to fires at the precinct station and some surrounding buildings..
Ruth Woodgate is a mother of two who has to support her family on 209 ($330) a week and lives way below the poverty line. “I think it’s a silly, silly mistake to make because it[the government] is not dealing with the issues. It’s just throwing money at the situation and that’s not always what is needs.
The UCL study set out to establish whether laughing gas does indeed boost imaginative suggestibility a trait closely related to hypnotic suggestibility and imagery vividness. Thirty participants took part in two sessions where they were given a mask from which they breathed in air or 25 per cent nitrous oxide. The volunteers were not told which type of gas they were being given, and the mask was scented to disguise the sweet smell of the laughing gas..
Photograph: Canadian Press/Rex/ShutterstockCanadians are watching unrest and police violence in the United States in “shock and horror”, Justin Trudeau said on Friday but the prime minister cautioned that his country also has entrenched problems with racism.The city of Minneapolis has been rocked by a third night of violent protests over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, after a white police officer knelt on his neck as he lay on the ground following arrest.”Many Canadians of diverse backgrounds are watching, like all Canadians are, the news out of the United States with shock and with horror,” Trudeau told reporters at a daily briefing.”Anti black racism racism is real. It’s in the United States but it’s also in Canada and we know people are facing systemic discrimination, unconscious bias and anti black racism every single day,” said Trudeau, calling on the country to “stand together in solidarity” against racial hate. “We have work to do as well in Canada.”Racial inequities continue to persist throughout the country a grim reality that is often apparent during interactions with police.In December 2018, the province of Ontario released a landmark report that found black residents in Toronto the country’s largest city are 20 times more likely to be shot dead by the police than white residents.