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Transcript Season 5 Episode 21 - Globalnews.ca

Tom Clark : On this Sunday, the government’s new plan to fight ISIS: the CF-18’s will stop bombing next week and the number of trainers in Iraq will triple. How will this affect the ground game. Veteran foreign correspondent, Matt Fisher, is here. Then, an industry in crisis: news outlets across the country are scaling back or folding completely. Where will this leave the democratic discussion. And, we’ll unpack the politics of the week with veteran journalists Susan Delacourt and Paul Wells. It is Sunday, February the 14th, Valentine’s Day, and from the nation’s capital, I’m Tom Clark. And you are in The West Block. Tom Clark: Well, last week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Canada’s six CF-18 jets will end their combat mission in the Middle East next week. Instead, we will nearly triple the number of military trainers and beef up intelligence gathering in the region. Joining me now to talk about this: Matthew Fisher, Canada’s longest serving foreign correspondent with more than 30 years abroad. much of it in theatres of combat. Listen, you’re known as a bit of a contrarian in the business and there’s nothing wrong with that, but here’s where I want to start. So the White House, the Pentagon, the State Department, and NATO have all said that they welcome this new phase of the Canadian involvement in Iraq and Syria, what do you think. Matthew Fisher : I think that’s hogwash. I think that because of the diplomatic niceties involved, leaders are not supposed to criticize other leaders. Governments are not supposed to criticize other governments when you’re allies. You can kick the hell out of Vladimir Putin or the Iranians as much as you want, but with your friends, you settle your disputes in private. I think the U. S. was very telling the remarks about some countries were trying to get a free ride. I also think it is not un-coincidental that Canada has ramped up its mission a little bit more than perhaps it was going to because of complaints by the United States, in particular, and France about this. So in your view then, what is wrong with the refocused mission. Matthew Fisher : Well it undermines the coalition first of all. I don’t like the argument that we only had a six-pack. Source: globalnews.ca

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As many as 250 people living in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside got new shoes today, free of charge, thanks to an annual event put on by Union Gospel Mission and Vancouver online shoe retailer, Shoes. "This the ultimate shoe store for somebody that can't afford a pair of shoes," said Jeremy Hunka with Union Gospel Mission. "This is a huge deal for people who just have bad or falling-apart footwear. Steven "Red" Robinson is living on the street in the neighbourhood. He walked in with shoes that weren't that old, but their soles were peeling off, and his feet were suffering from a bad case of trench foot or "street feet," as he calls it. Vancouver's Downtown Eastside residents dying at 8 times the national average Downtown Eastside residents worse off despite costly programs, SFU study finds Downtown Eastside street vendors get support of SFU students "It's a warm burning sensation," said Robinson. "You just go numb and your brain just cuts off any kind of acknowledgement that your feet are rotting. That's what it is. ". Robinson tried on several pairs of shoes and boots but ultimately settled on a cowboy boot that would stand up to some weather. 49-year-old John Weah didn't have too many options to cover his size 15 feet, but he seemed pretty happy with a pair of dress shoes. It looks like a million dollar man," he said, looking at the new treads on his feet. The women like it," Weah said of the fresh footwear. "I'll probably get a new girlfriend with these shoes. For the company donating the shoes, the event is a chance to give back to the community and raise awareness for what Shoes. com co-founder Sean Clark refers to as "footwear health. "I saw a gentleman come in with plastic bags on his feet," said Clark. "To see the dignity with people and how they carry themselves [with new shoes on] was an incredible sight to see. Source: www.cbc.ca

'If/Then' at Playhouse Square, a musical about a woman's dual lives, puts on airs ... - cleveland.com

"If/Then" is based on nothing, which is a rare and wonderful thing in a landscape flooded by revivals, movie adaptations and jukebox musicals. And here's another rare and wonderful thing: The story revolves around a woman. During its yearlong run on Broadway beginning in March 2014, Idina Menzel ("Wicked" and "Frozen") starred as Elizabeth, an urban planner in her late 30s who flees to New York City for a new start after her marriage goes bust. (In the national tour now at the Connor Palace in Playhouse Square, she's played by Menzel doppelganger Jackie Burns, who was Menzel's standby on Broadway. What: The KeyBank Broadway Series presents the musical with book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey, music by Tom Kitt and choreography by Larry Keigwin. Directed by Michael Greif. Where: Connor Palace, Playhouse Square, Cleveland. Tickets: $10-$100. Go to playhousesquare. org or call 216-241-6000. Approximate running time: 2 hours and 40 minutes, including one intermission. Elizabeth's new across-the-hall friend Kate (Tamyra Gray) urges her to seek new experiences as the daring Liz. her old chum Lucas (Anthony Rapp) counsels her to be Beth, the no-nonsense girl he knew in college who was focused on her career. We see both realities play out, two lives filled with the same comrades, co-workers and chance encounters – chiefly with a strapping, clean-cut stranger in Army fatigues, a doctor just home from a tour in the Middle East (Matthew Hydzik). His name is Josh, and he believes their meeting in Madison Square Park in the shadow of the Flatiron Building is fated. (That locale and others are depicted by colorful projections of maps and line drawings by Peter Nigrini and Dan Scully that efficiently whisk us from place to place. Smart, organized, risk-averse Elizabeth doesn't believe in chance. "I believe in choices, good and bad," she announces. And, for nearly three hours (that feel more like six), we watch her make decision after decision – as Liz and Beth – experiencing the fallout of each excruciatingly debated turn right along with her. To help us keep track of which Elizabeth we're following, the show's authors have cribbed a trick from "Superman" creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster: Liz, on the. Source: www.cleveland.com
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