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But, most of the province's animals don't have that luxury and spend their time outside bracing against the bone chilling weather. Brian Keating, a naturalist, spoke with The Homestretch to explain how Alberta's birds and other animals manage to survive during a cold snap. This interview has been edited for clarity and length. Question: How can a tiny bird like a chickadee that hardly weighs as much as a quarter survive a week of weather like this?
A: For Canadian creatures to survive the winter they can either leave, or they can hibernate or they can tolerate. Chickadees obviously fit into the tolerate category and they do it by pure winter adaptation. They eat as much as they can before nightfall. They'll often sleep together — especially on the colder nights — and they'll huddle in a pre-selected winter roost, like an empty bird box.
On the coldest nights, they'll actually enter into a nightly hypothermia, so they let their body temperature drop. Q: What about other birds? Any other examples of how they survive in the cold? A: Other birds like redpolls are Arctic birds and they come down here to our more moderate climate in this part of Alberta. But they can survive up to 20 hours without access to food.
So if it gets really cold, they can survive 20 hours in temperatures as cold as —54 C. They've also got a specially designed pouch in their throat that they pack full of seeds before they retire for a cold night. Over that hour period, they'll digest those seeds slowly.
And if it really gets cold, they'll dive into the snow to wait out heavy storms. Q: What about the geese and ducks with their naked feet and legs? How do they stand on ice and not freeze them off? A: They've got a countercurrent blood system in their legs, so they've got the hot arterial blood that's coming from their heart and being pushed out. Basically, it's a heat exchanger.
The hot internal blood warms up the colder blood coming in from the cold legs. And that's the way penguins do it, too, with their little feet standing on icebergs. Q: What about mammals? What's their secret? A: Some hibernate like bears and marmots and ground squirrels. But most mammals just tolerate it. Basically there's two kinds of body attributes that apply: The size of the animal and the foot loading.
Larger animals like moose they've got the long legs, so they're adapted to move easily through that deeper snow. Wolves to a degree, can stay on top of the snow or at least deal with deeper snow. But as a snow pack thickens, the foot loading becomes a big factor. For deer, it's like they're wearing stiletto high heels with those thin little legs, so their hooves puncture through the hardest snow. There's a biological law in nature that the further north you go, the bigger the animal.
That allows the surface area compared to the body mass to diminish, so there's less heat loss per mass of the animal. Q: How do they get food? A: Some birds are smart. Gray jays actually glue food when it's abundant. They've got a very thick saliva, and they will hide bits of food here and there and then they'll consume it later on in the winter. Some animals stash food. I watched a coyote a couple of years ago steal my fat feeder in my backyard.
I followed him and watched him bury it. The coyote would have enjoyed feeding on that later on if I hadn't stolen my feeder back. And so that's the way they do it. With files from The Homestretch. All non-essential shops and schools to close as the Greek capital and surrounding region heads back into lockdown.
View on euronews. Trump, who was watching the proceedings in Washington from his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida, was furious at what he saw, according to a person familiar with his thinking. Senators, too, criticized what they described as an unfocused and rambling performance as Trump's team and Democratic House managers began to lay out their cases in front of the Senate jury. While it remains unlikely that more than a handful of Republicans will join Democrats in convicting the former president at the end of the trial, the proceedings were a chance for Trump to try to repair some of the damage to his legacy incurred over the storming of the Capitol by a mob of his supporters.
Trump has been charged with inciting the Jan. But Trump's team — which was announced little more than a week ago — appeared unprepared as they attempted a good cop, bad cop routine that veered from flattery to legalese, and stood in dramatic contrast to Democrats' focused emotional appeals.
Trump — ever the showman — was impressed with the Democrats, who opened Tuesday's session with powerful video that compiled scenes of the deadly attack on Congress. And he complained that his team — especially lead lawyer Bruce Castor — came off badly on television and looked weak in comparison, according to the person, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations.
The anger was echoed by Trump allies, who blasted the lawyers both publicly and privately and with repeated profanities. I have no idea what he's doing. Peter Navarro, a former Trump trade adviser, had already been urging the former president to ditch his legal team and hire Republican Rep.
This is a political trial. GOP Sen. Republican Sen. Trump's team did not respond to requests for comment on the day's events or questions about whether they are planning any shakeups to the legal team. Trump parted ways with his original impeachment team just over a week before the Senate trial was set to begin, in part because Trump wanted them to use a defence that relied on unfounded allegations of election fraud, and the lawyers were not willing to do so.
REGINA — A judge has ruled that the University of Regina must provide information to one of its professors about who is funding research into the oil and gas industry. Emily Eaton, who teaches in the university's geography and environmental studies department, is researching the influence of the fossil fuel industry on education in Saskatchewan.
Under freedom-of-information legislation, she requested that the school disclose who is funding research related to oil and gas, coal, carbon capture and climate change, as well as which departments receive the money. Eaton was denied her request and turned to the courts. The university used a "discretionary class exemption" in the province's freedom-of-information laws that allowed it refuse to provide details of the academic research.
But McCreary ruled that the types of records Eaton requested did not fall within the exemption. She said she agrees with the university that "there may be harms in disclosing funding identity information," but that it did not provide enough evidence that it would be the case in this situation.
In a statement late Tuesday, the University of Regina said the decision provides clarity on the application of the freedom-of-information exemption it used in the case, "which had not previously been considered by the court. Eaton sought to challenge the application of this particular exemption provision," the emailed statement said.
The university noted that it was always willing to provide some of the information to Eaton and she is also free to directly request that each of her colleagues provide it. Often, university researchers are conducting work that is unique, sensitive, controversial, confidential and potentially proprietary in nature," the statement said.
The Canadian Press Note to readers: This is a corrected story. Previous version said University of Saskatchewan in para Brent Roussin also stated Tuesday one case of the B or U. That case was related to travel, and the individual has recovered. The test in question took place Jan. The case occurred in the Winnipeg health region. The new public health orders will take effect at a. Premier Brian Pallister was on hand Tuesday morning with Roussin to announce the coming changes. This includes, beginning in a few days, both indoor and outdoor activities.
But Roussin nonetheless cautioned that fundamentals remain. Pallister acknowledged that Manitobans, some 30, of whom took part in the reopening survey, expressed a need to go faster, while some expressed the need to go more slowly. Asked if there would be further bridge grants for businesses not yet allowed to reopen, Pallister said that might be in the works. The province reported 75 new cases, but four cases have been removed due to a data correction bringing number of cases to Lab-confirmed cases in Manitoba since the beginning of the pandemic total 30, The total number of deaths is , or 2.
The province reports 1, active cases and individuals who have recovered total a reported 27, The province also reported people are in hospital with active COVID, as well as people in hospital with COVID who are no longer infectious but continue to require care, for a total of hospitalizations. In the PMH region, there are a reported 64 active cases, with 1, recovered. There are four active cases hospitalized, and six people hospitalized who are no longer infectious. There is one patient in ICU.
The region has seen 52 deaths. On Monday, 1, tests were completed, for , since February Rivian has been in talks with bankers about its plans, but the company's timeline for an initial public offering isn't final and a listing could happen later in the year or next year, Bloomberg News reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Rowe Price. In , Amazon ordered , electric vans from Rivian.
The premier also implied that those asking for further restrictions had the ability to work from home. As though the virus spreading widely through our communities was somehow good for the bottom line. Meili said that not getting the COVID pandemic under control has been more harmful to the economy.
It really shows just how little respect the Sask. Party has for workers in this province. Meili explained earlier in his remarks that in the early days of the vaccine rollout he was able to assist in his other role in life as a physician.
He agreed with Moe that the vaccine is the best hope to get out of the pandemic. He pointed to numbers related opioids and crystal meth with record numbers for overdoses in and a bad start to He saluted Tristen Durocher participating in the conference as an advocate for suicide prevention in the province. Meili explained that one way to do be stronger is to invest in mental health, addictions treatment, harm reduction, suicide prevention, housing and addressing poverty rates and helping the most vulnerable including seniors.
For years we have known that long term care in Saskatchewan is broken. One way not to solve the problems was through austerity according to Meili. He said that the idea that cuts will help the province bounce back is counterfactual. While Moe attracted a couple hundred, Meili ended up speaking to only a few dozen. The detailed and emotional presentation by Democrats was followed by meandering and occasionally confrontational arguments from the Trump defence team, which insisted that his remarks were protected by the First Amendment and asserted that he cannot be convicted as a former president.
The senators sitting as jurors, many of whom fled for safety themselves the day of the attack, watched and listened, unable to avoid the jarring video of Trump supporters battling past police to storm the halls, Trump flags waving. The Jan. Five people died. Jamie Raskin, D-Md. They voted to confirm their jurisdiction, ruling that impeaching a president after he leaves office is constitutionally permissible.
Six Republicans joined the Democrats. Security remained extremely tight at the Capitol on Tuesday, a changed place after the attack, fenced off with razor wire and with armed National Guard troops on patrol. The nine House managers walked across the shuttered building to prosecute the case before the Senate. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Biden would not be watching the trial of his predecessor.
With senators gathered as the court of impeachment, sworn to deliver impartial justice, the trial started with the Democratic House managers' gripping recollections, as they described police officers maimed in the chaos and rioters parading in the very chamber where the trial was being held. Louisiana Sen. Though they will almost certainly win Trump's acquittal — by virtue of the composition of the Senate — they nonetheless face a challenge of defanging the emotion from a trial centred on events that remain raw and visceral, even for Republicans.
At one pivotal point, Raskin told his personal story of bringing his family to the Capitol the day of the riot, to witness the certification of the Electoral College vote, only to have his daughter and son-in-law hiding in an office, fearing for their lives. Joe Neguse, D-Colo. On the vote, six Republicans joined with Democrats pursue the trial, just one more than on a similar vote last week.
But the total of 56 was still far from the two-thirds threshold of 67 votes that would be needed for conviction. It appears unlikely that the House prosecutors will call witnesses, in part because the senators were witnesses themselves. At his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, Trump has declined a request to testify. Presidential impeachment trials have been conducted only three times before, leading to acquittals for Andrew Johnson, Bill Clinton and then Trump last year.
Patrick Leahy of Vermont. The trial is expected to continue into the weekend. Trump's second impeachment trial is expected to diverge from the lengthy, complicated affair of a year ago. In that case, Trump was charged with having privately pressured Ukraine to dig up dirt on Biden, then a Democratic rival for the presidency. The Democratic-led House impeached the president swiftly, one week after the attack.
Five people died, including a woman shot by police inside the building and a police officer who died the next day of his injuries. The mayor of Sun Peaks is calling on local business owners to practise vigilance when it comes to following COVID rules and regulations amid increased scrutiny of the ski industry by provincial authorities.
Please be sure that all of your reservations comply with Provincial regulations. SPIN could not immediately confirm if vacation rental owners could be fined for guests gathering outside of their household. Raine took the step to reach out to the public after having an emergency telephone meeting with Municipal Affairs Minister Josie Osborne on Feb.
Raine said he highlighted the coordinated approach the community has taken to limit the spread of COVID in the village. He said some smart strategic moves early on from Sun Peaks Resort LLP, along with a proactive approach from the Sun Peaks Community Health Centre, have been effective in limiting the number of diagnosed cases in the community to around According to provincial authorities Whistler is facing a particularly alarming situation, as it saw diagnosed cases of COVID from Jan.
A number of prominent Whistler bars and restaurants have temporarily closed after being listed as COVID exposure sites by public health authorities. To date, there have been a few complaints but I am not aware of any fines being issued in Sun Peaks.
In his interview with SPIN, Raine said from his perspective the municipality is most concerned with the possibility of groups of unrelated people filing into a single rental accommodation. On Friday, health minister Adrian Dix said the Ministry of Tourism is expected to release an action plan for ski resorts this week. In his comments, Dix said the actions would target the source of transmissions and also noted that transmission in resort communities is related to social settings, not skiing.
Thirty-five of 62 workplaces that were visited were written up for offences such as not having proper sanitary equipment available, not adhering to occupancy limits and not having a COVID safety plan altogether. First Nation traditional healers and knowledge keepers, as well as health workers, have the opportunity this week to receive their coronavirus vaccines at a Winnipeg pop-up clinic set up for them.
The chiefs were there. And as a spiritual worker, that is important. The pop-up clinic will provide a second dose in a few weeks. Though afraid of needles, he went ahead. He said he experienced no side-effects, but did have a bit of a sore arm Monday night. All traditional, all Aboriginal people need to get vaccinated.
It is your responsibility to make sure that they do. That is your responsibility, to save our people. I had a dream about it. Barry Lavallee, chief executive officer with Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin, explained later during the news conference, an understanding of the historical nature of medical interventions with First Nations is important.
So, the background, one would imagine in our communities, is not to trust. Together, they sought to assure First Nation citizens that the vaccine is safe. Especially, they sought to ensure valued members of their communities can be protected from the coronavirus. Parry Francois, a knowledge keeper, traditional healer and cultural adviser with the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, also had his first dose of vaccine Monday.
We need to change. But we have to learn. We have to give people chances. We have to open our arms To bring that medicine back. Meanwhile, just as with other First Nations in the province, First Nations in the southwestern region of Manitoba have received Moderna doses to vaccinate their front-line health workers and elders over the age of The pop-up site in Winnipeg is primarily intended for First Nation health-care workers, traditional healers and knowledge keepers living off-reserve who were not already eligible with the first round of doses sent directly to First Nations.
But many First Nations from the Westman area did present some people for an appointment at the pop-up site. Behind the scenes, work continues via established networks to ensure all who are eligible are added to the list for this first round of roughly vaccine doses. I want to thank the First Nation health experts and front-line workers who have put in many hours of tireless work to make this site a reality. I encourage everyone to get vaccinated as soon as they are eligible.
Do we stick with the flawed yet immensely profitable BCS Bowl system? Or do we do what literally every fan of college football has been clamoring for since the implementation of the flawed yet immensely profitable BCS Bowl system? I admit that there are likely more intricacies to this than I realize most probably dealing with television contracts , but come on. Should the No. About And in my opinion, he wins. Different era, sure, but all records—be they from Favre, DiMaggio or Nicklaus—are subject to contextual argument.
Wilt stands out to me. His points can be touched—Kobe proved that—but under no circumstances can I see an NBA player averaging Whether he was on the court or back at the hotel, Wilt scored a lot. What era are we looking at? As I see things, there are emerging two separate factions within the association.
One—the of-late derided—revolves around branding, personal accomplishment and some underlying sentiment of togetherness between players. The second seems more in line with our traditional concepts of athletes: They play to be the best, and they play to win…but they also seem to respect in some ways the unwritten rules of the game. This is Dirk who took less money to return to a Dallas team with no sure bet to win a title ; this is Kobe who is a more abrasive version of Dirk ; and this is Derrick Rose and Russell Westbrook who are all about beating the heck out of whoever is thought to be their superior.
That said, I prefer the guys I consider to be the traditionalists—the guys I think harbor some legitimate dislike for their opponents, for whom rings matter less than the opportunity to beat the best guys in the league and thereby prove their superiority. I actually like the rule for the sole reason that I get a bigger stage to watch the top-tier NBA prospects on. When my team has a high draft pick and misses out on a supremely talented kid who otherwise would have been available.
The DH was adopted by the American League in , and most professional and collegiate leagues have followed some degree of suit. The DH should go. Seeing a pitcher step to the plate is one of the cooler parts of the game—both in terms of strategy and narrative—and somehow the National League seems just the slightest bit purer for having their pitchers step up to the plate. Some great arguments here from USAToday. I think this argument rages so strong because the debaters have never agreed to the terms.
Kobe wins on two out of three counts. Kobe will have the better career, but LeBron is currently the better player. The tiebreaker? Kobe Bryant is still the most polarizing player in the league…but for massively different reasons than he used to be. The answer is, to me, pretty clear—Kobe Bryant is on the downside of his career. KB had lost a step or two as far back as two years ago, but there is still a hefty chunk of the population who either is too blinded with Laker-love to see it, or too defensive of anything Kobe to admit it.
From Michael Farber, via SI. Consider Crosby. No player since Wayne Gretzky has been better prepared for greatness. He is skilled, tough and dependable. If Ovechkin thinks Crosby whines too much, he is tarring the Penguins captain with a mostly outdated reputation that was established his rookie year and is way overblown. Crosby might loose sic his emotions too often, but bigger bellyachers in the NHL -- Anaheim's Teemu Selanne and Buffalo's Derek Roy , to name two -- generally get a free pass.
And never forget that Gretzky himself was not above a bit of strategic whining. Now consider Ovechkin. He's a force of nature, as improvisational as Crosby is programmed. The Capitals left winger is the most exciting player in the game since Gilbert Perreault , maybe even Bobby Orr , and if at times there appears there is not enough mustard in the world to smear on this guy, well, make ours with sauerkraut. The tuck rule. After much consideration, no. I stand in favor of the Rule. As is frequently the case…change is good, and none of the major sports would be where they are today lockouts without it.
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