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A video released Jan. 18 of a game of junior hockey in Ontario last November shows an official intervening into a brawl between several players and punching one of them to the ice, the New York Daily News reported. The game was between the London Lakers and the Kingsville Kings. Players on both sides were ejected from the game following the fight. But rather than stepping in to break up the violence, one of the officials joined in himself. “His punch cut our player and knocked him down,” Lakers’ director of player personnel Ian Kennedy wrote in an email to the Daily News. In response, the Lakers’ trainer rushed on to the ice and hit the referee. “The London Lakers are committed to developing respectful and hardworking young men both on and off the ice, and to promote them to a higher level of hockey,” Kennedy added.
In his own words: A Syrian refugee’s first month in Canada. Vanig Garabedian, 47, was on board the first government-organized flight of Syrian refugees to Canada on Dec. 10.
He came with his wife Anjilik Jaghlassian and their daughters Sylvie and Lucie, 12, and Anna-Maria, 10. The very first people to leave the plane, the family’s arrival in Toronto was widely photographed, as was their meeting with the prime minister. One month later, Garabedian, an obstetrician/gynecologist for 15 years in Aleppo, has settled into an apartment in the suburbs of Toronto. He spoke with Monika Warzecha. Before war, we had our life, our parties, we had our journeys inside and outside of Syria.
We were very happy, but everything was different after March 2011. In Aleppo, we were eating from cans. My own clinic was hit. Zein Al-Rifaizein / AFP, Getty ImagesDestroyed buildings in Aleppo after a reported barrel bomb attack by Syrian government forces on the central al-Fardous rebel held neighbourhood, on April 29, 2015. I had six employees, we dismissed all of them. Homeless Inuk man's selfless act caught on camera in Montreal - Montreal. It was a selfless act: a homeless man spots an apparently homeless teenager asking for money and stops to give him the coat off his back.
Little did he know that he was being filmed the whole time. Putulik Qumaq, originally from Cape Dorset in Nunavut, has been living on the streets of Montreal for 17 years. So when he saw a teenager out in the cold, asking for money, he thought nothing of helping him out. This Councilwoman Had The Perfect Response To A CNN Host's Victim-Blaming Question About Rape. By Kristina Marusic 23h ago Victim-blaming is one of the most damaging components of rape culture, but, as a councilwoman from New York just proved during an interview with CNN, it’s also one of the simplest to shut down: Just don’t engage.
When councilwoman Laurie Cumbo appeared on CNN to discuss the brutal gang rape of a teenage girl that took place in Brooklyn last week, host Pamela Brown responded to her impassioned plea for better anti-rape legislation and an end to rape culture by pointing out that the victim was allegedly “drunk and combative” according to law enforcement. “I would say that that’s typical of just exactly what I spoke about,” Cumbo responded calmly. “Individuals often talk about the woman.
They rarely talk about the individuals who actually committed the rape. Abbotsford Police create dark domestic violence video aimed at students. The Abbotsford Police Department has teamed up with the drama program at W.J.
Mouat Secondary School to create a dark and disturbing short film about domestic violence called Reveal'ution. The idea is to get teenagers talking about healthy relationships at an early age. African Men. Hollywood Stereotypes. [mamahope.org] FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS READ BY THIRD WORLD PEOPLE. Upworthy - Fathers and their adult kids reflect back on... Bully Dance.
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