Danish exPM attacks Trump for comments on defence spending

first_imgCopenhagen: A former Danish prime minister on Thursday lashed out at US President Donald Trump for his tweet about military spending, saying defense willingness is not just about the amount of money spent. Lars Loekke Rasmussen’s comment is the latest in an escalating spat between the US and Denmark after Trump scrapped a visit to the country, saying current Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen was “nasty” when she rejected his idea of buying Greenland as an absurdity. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from USLoekke Rasmussen, who led the country until June, tweeted Thursday to Trump: “We have had (proportionally) exactly the same numbers of casualties in Afghanistan as US. We always stands firm and ready.” Trump, who has urged NATO members to do more to meet the alliance’s goal of committing 2 per cent of gross domestic product to defense, earlier tweeted that “Denmark is only at 1.35%”. “We will not accept that our defence willingness is only about percentages,” Loekke Rasmussen tweeted. “I told you at the NATO Summit in Brussels last year.” Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential pollsIn January, Denmark agreed to increase its long-term defense spending after a coalition in Parliament agreed to add 1.5 billion kroner (USD 223 million) to the already agreed-upon defense budget for 2023, which would put defense spending at 1.5 per cent of gross domestic product for that year. The US spends about 3.4 of its GDP on defence. Trump abruptly cancelled his planned September 2-3 visit to Denmark on Tuesday, after Frederiksen had called Trump’s idea to buy Greenland “an absurd discussion”. Trump said her comment “was nasty. I thought it was an inappropriate statement. All she had to say was say, ‘No, we wouldn’t be interested.'” Frederiksen said the US remains one of Denmark’s close allies. The political brouhaha over the world’s largest island comes from its strategic location in the Arctic. Global warming is making Greenland more accessible to potential oil and mineral resources.last_img read more

Found cash in borrowed library book creates its own mystery story for

first_imgNORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. – A library user who returned cash found in a book has drawn the RCMP into a detective whodunit.Cpl. Richard De Jong says the mystery began July 24 when the unnamed book borrower returned a significant amount of money that had been found in the pages of a library book in North Vancouver.De Jong says library records didn’t uncover any recent readers of the book who were also missing cash.The book is back in circulation but De Jong says the Mounties are hanging onto the money.Officers will return the cash to any bookworm who can name the book and the amount involved.last_img read more

MICHAEL BUBLES BACK WITH NEW ALBUM TOUR AFTER SON BATTLES CANCER

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment “There was a time obviously when what we were going through, I just knew my (career) would have to be put aside and I didn’t know what I was going to do or how I was going to do it. The truth is none of that really mattered at the time. But now things are good.”So good that Buble is releasing a new album, Love (or the red heart emoji), on Friday — the same day he’ll get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame — and has just announced 11 tour dates in Canada including July 26 at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.“I can’t wait, I’m so excited,” he said of going back on the road, adding either his family will be with him or he’ll never be away from home for more than three weeks at a time.Love, meanwhile, is mostly full of American songbook standards but there is one Buble-penned original called Forever Now that seems to be addressing Noah, but he’ll only say is about fatherhood.“I wanted the song to be about the journey of parenthood,” he said. “Of that unconditional love and care for someone or something that can’t care for itself. And sort of the sentimentality of moving through time and how fast it goes. Part of it began autobiographically for me. I was writing it about my experience as a father, and as I continued to get through the song, I really wanted to try and leave it open for the interpretation of the listener.”He will admit though that being a dad to a daughter for the first time is different.“My newborn is just talking, talking, talking, talking. She’s so cute,” said Buble of Vida.“I think it’s her mom. Her mom seems to like to talk a lot. I’m more of a pensive guy (said sarcastically). I think I realized within the last few weeks that we have a new sheriff in town already … I think she’s the boss of my boys. She’s the boss of us. Whatever she says, goes. And my wife (Argentine actress Luisana Lopilato) keeps laughing at me because I (tell) her — it sounds so weird — I can’t wait for Barbie parties. It’s been five years of Spider-Man and Thor and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and now it’s time for some red lipstick and princess parties.”The retirement rumours started when The Daily Mail reported Buble as saying Love would be his final album; that he wanted to go out on top; and that he would no longer do interviews or tour.“They took a two-year-old story when I wrote the statement that I would be stepping away from music to take care of my family, my son, and then they added out of context quotes to make the story seem like it would be better for clickbait,” Buble explained.“I can’t really express to you how disappointed I was about it. I thought it was really low. They just lied. It’s funny because it’s been kind of rotten because every time I go down the street someone says to me, ‘Congratulations on your retirement.’ ” Twitter Juno host Michael Buble and his wife Luisana Lopilato attend the red carpet arrivals at the 2018 Juno Awards at Rogers Arena on March 25, 2018 in Vancouver. (Phillip Chin/Getty Images) Advertisement Facebookcenter_img Michael Buble is hardly retiring, contrary to what you might have read.In fact, the Vancouver crooner is back with a new perspective after his five-year-son Noah battled liver cancer the last two years and is currently in remission.“Listen, I didn’t think about anything but my son (since his 2016 diagnosis),” said Buble, 43, down the line from his Vancouver home where he’s watching his other son, Elias, 2 (who he puts on the phone a few times), and daughter, Vida, born in late July, while Noah’s at kindergarten. Login/Register With: Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

Feds Nearly 1700 arrested in child porn abuse crackdown

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department says nearly 1,700 people have been arrested following a two-month crackdown aimed at targeting suspected child predators.Tuesday’s announcement caps the nationwide investigation conducted by federal, state and local law enforcement agencies around the U.S.Prosecutors said they identified more than 300 people suspected of producing child pornography or committing sexual abuse involving children.The investigation, nicknamed “Broken Heart,” was conducted in April and May. Officials said they investigated more than 18,500 complaints of crimes against children.Attorney General William Barr vowed to bring “the full force of the law against sexual predators.”Officials say the crackdown targeted suspects who produced or possessed child pornography, who tried to entice children online for sex, travelled to other states or countries to abuse children or engaged in sex trafficking.The Associated Press read more

India Sri Lanka discuss issues regarding railway network development

India and Sri Lanka have discussed various issues regarding the overall development of the railway network in Sri Lanka, including upgrading the signalling and telecommunication systems, The New Indian Express reported.India’s Minister of State for Railways Manoj Sinha and Sri Lanka’s Minister of Development Strategies and International Trade Malik Samarawickrama discussed a range of issues regarding the development of railway network. India has been extending concessional Line of Credit (LoC) to Sri Lanka to support various projects in the infrastructure sector including Railways. Till date, more than USD 1 billion of LoC has been extended to Sri Lanka for various railway projects. During Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Colombo in March 2015, a fresh Line of Credit of US $ 318 million for railway sector projects was announced. read more

President signs gazette to establish commission on SriLankan Mihin

Hashim had said that action must be taken against some former and current SriLankan Airlines officials based on the J.C. Weliamuna Report on the National airline. (Colombo Gazette) President Maithripala Sirisena has signed a gazette notification to establish a Presidential Commission of Inquiry (PCoI) to investigate corrupt practices at SriLankan Airlines and Mihin Lanka.The President said that the names of corrupt politicians and officials will be exposed once the commission begins its work. The Minister had also said that his hands were tied in some aspects and so he was unable to do what he wanted to do. Minister of Public Enterprise Development Kabir Hashim had last year called for strict action to be taken against a “mafia” at SriLankan Airlines. read more

Residents express concern over toxic gas levels

The hydrogen sulphide emanating from a natural gas vent in Silver Hill occasionally peaks at levels well beyond what is dangerous to human health.No amount of hydrogen sulphide gas is considered safe. However, industrial safety experts consider 100 parts per million or higher as immediately dangerous to human health.Gas monitoring devices posted in a county wetland at 1925 Forestry Farm Road occasionally register levels in the range of 180 parts per million. Nearby residents are worried.“That’s really high,” Brian Craig of Langton told Norfolk council Tuesday. “We’re really concerned about this.”The Ministry of Natural Resources has told Norfolk County it may qualify for $500,000 in funding to research solutions and a long-term strategy for dealing with problem wells.A total of 2,600 gas wells have been registered in Norfolk over the decades. Some are abandoned and have no traceable ownership. Toxic gas emissions are considered a serious public health issue.Norfolk County issued emergency evacuation orders in Silver Hill in 2017 after dangerous levels of hydrogen sulphide gas were detected in the area of North Walsingham Road 10. With so many orphaned wells in the county, the Haldimand-Norfolk health unit is preparing for the likelihood that toxic gas emissions will be a chronic problem.Mayor Kristal Chopp welcomes the $500,000 in funding if Norfolk qualifies for it.However – with regard to the situation on Forestry Farm Road – Chopp said the time for collecting data is over. Chopp wants to see expert advice on an approach that might bring the situation to a conclusion.Motorists on Forestry Farm Road will notice a strong smell of rotten eggs in the area of McDowell Road. Norfolk has posted skull-and-cross bones signage in the area warning that the odour is a potential threat.The source of the gas is in the middle of swamp in a low-lying area next to the road. Capping the vent like the two wells on North Walsingham Road 10 were capped two years ago is complicated because no one knows the geography beneath the surface or how to calculate an engineered solution.Craig and his neighbours want the health unit to fit their properties with hydrogen sulphide detectors so they can determine, at a glance, the levels of gas encroaching on their properties. Marlene Miranda, Haldimand and Norfolk’s general manager of health and social services, said these meters cost about $8,000 each.Hydrogen sulphide gas is corrosive, toxic and flammable. It is a common byproduct of natural gas production.“Prolonged exposure for several hours or days with concentrations as low as 50 (to) 100 parts per million can cause a runny nose, cough, hoarseness and shortness of breath,” Miranda said in a report to council.“Prolonged exposure to higher concentrations can produce bronchitis, pneumonia and a potentially fatal build-up of fluid in the lungs (known as) pulmonary edema.”MSonnenberg@postmedia.com read more

List of shortterm judges for Rwanda tribunal forwarded to General Assembly

Contained in a unanimously adopted resolution 1477, the list is to be used for selection of a pool of 18 ad litem judges, which was established last year by the Council to help expedite the Tribunal’s caseload towards completion by 2008.The Council created the Tribunal, located in Arusha, Tanzania, in November 1994 to prosecute people responsible for genocide and other serious violations of international humanitarian law committed in the territory of Rwanda throughout that year. The Tribunal is also empowered to deal with the prosecution of Rwandan citizens responsible for genocide and other such violations of international law committed in neighbouring States over the same period. read more

Womens Lacrosse Jillian Rizzo providing Ohio State with foundation for programs future

Ohio State sophomore goalie Jillian Rizzo prepares to pass the ball to a teammate during Ohio State’s 20-5 loss to Maryland on April 15, 2018. Credit: Ethan Clewell | Lantern ReporterJillian Rizzo is not used to sitting on the bench. She joined her high school varsity women’s lacrosse team in seventh grade. For the next six years, she was the starter in net for her team. Then she came to Ohio State and started 16 of the Buckeyes’ 17 games in net as a freshman before starting all 15 as a sophomore.Though her team did not find much success in 2018, finishing with just a 5-10 overall record, Rizzo has provided the Buckeyes with a consistent presence in net. She finished the year second in saves per game at 12.5 per game, giving her team a chance to win every time she started a game.Having just finished her second season as a starter and never having played for a contender, Rizzo is exactly the type of foundation block the Buckeyes need to start to turn their fortunes around. And Rizzo feels the rest of the team is getting ready to join her in that turnaround.“Our culture is changing in a way where we are going to be back on top again soon,” Rizzo said. “I look forward to that and I have fun every day trying to help us get there. We got a new strength coach this year who has helped us tremendously and we are all setting the bar higher each day.”Rizzo was not always going to be a goaltender, however. Lacrosse was not a big sport in her town and when no one else stepped up to play goalie on her high school team, the middle-schooler was thrust into the role. Though a starter, Rizzo was still one of the younger players on the team. As one of two middle schoolers on the team, older teammates were always jokingly shoving the dirty work onto her like getting water for the team.But this never seemed to bother Rizzo. “I had older siblings and I knew all the older kids already,” Rizzo said. “It wasn’t an issue being the youngest, I really liked it. We were all there to play lacrosse so that’s what we did, I was never considered to be the youngest on the field.”Ohio State head coach Alexis Venechanos said she views Rizzo’s experiences during middle school as part of her success in college. “She is a confident goalie and she’s always had that maturity from the start,” Venechanos said. “Maybe that came from middle school where she was always playing up. I really think that has shaped her into the type of teammate, person, and player that she is now.”As she got older, her passion for the sport outgrew most of her high-school teammates. When she came to Ohio State, she was finally given the opportunity to play with others who shared her passion for the sport.However, with passionate players came a higher standard of performance. Although Rizzo said her self-imposed standards did not change, she immediately needed to adjust to the speed at which she was playing, her daily workouts, all while adjusting to a new team as well. These constant changes never seemed to phase her. “This is exactly what I was looking for so I thrived upon the challenge. Everyone here wants to be the best they can be and competes to win games whereas in high school, people were there to stay in shape or had nothing else to do in the spring,” Rizzo said. “It’s refreshing to be on a team where everyone cares so much.”Though that passion has been a pleasant change of scenery for Rizzo, she said she feels the players often get overly emotional on the field, which has a negative impact on their game. “We love playing and we tend to get a little bit emotional on the field, which is a good thing,” Rizzo said. “But sometimes I think we need to stick to our game plan, and stick to putting our noses down and grinding during the game.”Venechanos and Rizzo both believe in the group that the team will take into next season and think a turnaround could be coming.And with Rizzo being one of the team’s leaders, there is at least that steady presence in net for Ohio State to lean on moving forward. read more

Le Japon va brûler la viande de boeuf radioactive

first_imgLe Japon va brûler la viande de boeuf radioactiveCe matin, le Japon a annoncé qu’il allait racheter et brûler la viande de bœuf contaminée par la radioactivité de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima. En éliminant les 3.000 bœufs soupçonnés d’avoir été alimentés avec du fourrage radioactif, les autorités espèrent rétablir la confiance des consommateurs.Racheter la viande de boeuf radioactive et la brûler. C’est le plan décidé par le gouvernement japonais face à la crise qui frappe aujourd’hui les boeufs japonais. Jusqu’ici, près de 3.000 animaux, soupçonnés d’avoir été alimentés avec du foin ou de la paille de riz radioactifs, ont été vendus et livrés dans tout l’archipel, rapporte le Monde. Aujourd’hui, le ministre de l’Agriculture japonais, Michihiko Kano a ainsi indiqué que le groupe Tepco (Tokyo Electric Power) qui gérait la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima Daiichi paierait la facture concernant le rachat de viande de bœufs soupçonnés radioactifs. Selon les médias japonais, le montant pourrait alors s’élever à deux milliards de yens, soit 17 millions d’euros. À lire aussiLa fusion nucléaire pourrait bien devenir prochainement une réalitéEn rachetant la viande radioactive, le Japon souhaite en fait “supprimer les inquiétudes des consommateurs et rétablir leur confiance dans le bœuf” comme l’a expliqué à l’AFP un responsable du bureau de la viande et de la volaille au ministère. En effet, comme le rappelle Le Monde,  la psychose s’est emparée de tout le pays lorsque les Japonais se sont aperçus, début juillet, que le bœuf provenant d’une ferme située à la limite de la zone d’exclusion de 20 kilomètres fixée autour de la centrale de Fukushima était radioactif.Des taux de césium supérieurs à 500 becquerels par kilo Plus en détail, le gouvernement prévoit de faire racheter par les industriels de la viande celle qui se trouve encore chez les grossistes et les détaillants, du moment que son taux de césium dépasse les 500 becquerels par kilo. Pour cela, les industriels se verront contraints d’emprunter auprès des banques puis, selon le même responsable ministériel, “ils devront ensuite exiger de Tepco, responsable de l’accident, le remboursement des prêts et des intérêts”. La viande rachetée sera ensuite brûlée.Le 26 juillet 2011 à 19:56 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Luyster denies killing three in shooting near Woodland

first_imgBrent Luyster shed tears as he recalled seeing a news report in the early morning hours of July 16, 2016, stating that his best friend and two others were fatally shot and a fourth person was wounded the night before. The report named Luyster as the shooting suspect.“It was a very surreal moment. I didn’t, it didn’t seem real,” he testified Tuesday morning.Luyster, 37, took the stand in Clark County Superior Court to deny shooting and killing his best friend Zachary David Thompson, 36; his friend Joseph Mark LaMar, 38; and LaMar’s partner, Janell Renee Knight, 43, on July 15, 2016, at LaMar’s home southeast of Woodland. Thompson’s partner, Breanne Leigh, then 32, was wounded but escaped. She testified earlier in Luyster’s triple aggravated murder trial that he was the shooter.When asked by his defense attorney if he shot Thompson, LaMar, Knight and Leigh, Luyster said, “I did not.”last_img read more

Discovery Flexibles Limited chief executive banned from being a trustee

first_imgThomas Christopher Wrigley, chief executive officer and major shareholder at flexible printed packaging manufacturer Discovery Flexibles Limited, has been convicted of refusing to give information to The Pensions Regulator (TPR).TPR launched an investigation when it was contacted by a whistle-blower who alleged that Wrigley, who was also chair of trustees for the Dundee-based organisation’s pension scheme, Danapak Flexibles Retirement Benefits Scheme, was considering investing £1.2 million of funds in the sponsoring employer.As there are restrictions on the proportion of an occupational pension scheme’s funds that trustees may invest in the sponsoring employer, this could potentially constitute a breach of the Pensions Act 1995 and the Occupational Pension Schemes (Investment) Regulations 2005.TPR wrote to Wrigley in January 2017 to request documentation relating to the proposed investment. Wrigley refused to provide the information, despite warnings that non-compliance amounted to a criminal offence.When pressed for a response, Wrigley is reported to have threatened to take legal action against the case manager involved.The case was referred to the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS), the Scottish equivalent to the Crown Prosecution Service. The COPFS launched a prosecution, and Wrigley pleaded guilty at Dundee Sherriff Court to a charge of failing or refusing to provide information to TPR without good excuse, for which he was fined £400. The maximum sentence available for this offence in the Scottish courts is £5,000.In December 2017, TPR’s Determinations Panel issued a standard procedure determination notice, stating that Wrigley was prohibited from acting as a pension scheme trustee under Section 3 of the Pensions Act 1995. It also appointed Pi Consulting as an independent trustee to Discovery Flexibles Limited’s pension scheme.The decision to ban Wrigley from acting as a trustee was based on concerns regarding his inability to manage the conflict of interest arising from his being both chairman of the pension scheme trustees and chief executive officer of the sponsoring employer. In addition, the Determinations Panel stated that his inappropriate and non-cooperative behaviour during the investigation showed that he was not a fit and proper choice as a trustee.Nicola Parish, executive director of frontline regulation at TPR, said: “Wrigley earned himself a criminal record by refusing to give us the information he was legally required to. His behaviour towards TPR staff doing their job was intolerable, so I welcome the fact that the Determination Panel took this into consideration when it decided to prohibit him.“Complying with [TPR’s] powers is not optional, if we ask you for information under Section 72, you must provide it. If you fail to give us information we’ve asked for, you should prepare to be prosecuted and convicted.”Discovery Flexibles Limited was unavailable for comment at the time of publication.last_img read more

India and France to hold largest ever Varuna naval exercise off Goa

first_imgSoviet-built Kiev-class Indian carrier INS Vikramaditya.Indian NavyWith the objective of expanding their strategic partnership in the Indian Ocean region (IOR), India and France will conduct their largest ever naval exercise ‘Varuna’. As per English daily, The Times of India, the exercise will be conducted early next month and will witness the participation of aircraft carriers, destroyers, submarines and fighters. Sources have confirmed that India will deploy its aircraft carrier, INS Vikramaditya with its MiG-29K fighters. Similarly, the French Navy will send its aircraft carrier FNS Charles de Gaulle with its Rafale-M naval jets, and other warships for the “Varuna” exercise.One of the people close to the development said, “It will be a top-level naval exercise, with intensive dual carrier task group operations and anti-submarine warfare manoeuvres. India and France are also working to implement their action-oriented joint strategic vision for cooperation in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR), which was finalised in March 2018.”Notably, the reciprocal military logistics support agreement between the two nations is now operationalized with French anti-aircraft destroyer FNS Cassard docking at the Mumbai naval port. As per the agreement, Indian Navy can access French bases located in the India ocean region including the Reunion Islands near Madagascar and Djibouti on the Horn of Africa. Furthermore, France also has a naval air station in Abu Dhabi (UAE) and a military base at Mayotte in the Comoros archipelago off the coast of south-east Africa which can be accessed by Indian defence forces. Indian Navy personnel attend the decommissioning ceremony of India’s first indigenously designed and built warship, the INS Godavari, at a naval base in Mumbai, India, December 23, 2015.REUTERS/Danish SiddiquiIndia has inked a similar agreement with the United States. The two countries have signed Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA) that will enable both countries to use each other’s bases for repair and replenishment of defence supplies. India, with the help of this mutual logistical agreement, is planning to contain China who is aggressively expanding its strategic footprint in the IOR with tits debt-trap policy.France will be dispatching its nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, destroyers, FNS Forbin, FNS Provence and FNS Latouche Treville, nuclear attack submarine FNS Amethyste and tanker FNS Marne for the Exercise “Varuna”. On the other hand, Indian Navy will send INS Vikramaditya, with MiG-29K fighters on board and helicopters, diesel-electric submarine INS Shankul, guided-missile destroyer INS Chennai, stealth frigate INS Tarkash, tanker INS Deepak, P-8I long-range maritime patrol aircraft and Dornier-228 planes.last_img read more

10 Things To Know For Thursday

first_img Share AP Photo/Evan VucciFILE –President Donald Trump listens during a meeting with retail industry leaders in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017.1. TRUMP SUFFERS SECOND TRAVEL BAN SETBACKThis time, the ruling comes from a federal judge in Hawaii who rejected the government’s claims that the ban is about national security, not discrimination.2. WHO IS HURT MOST BY TRAVEL BANAn AP analysis of 10 years of refugee data suggests that their most common country of origin is not any of the six nations in the travel ban, but Myanmar.3. ‘THANK GOD WE HAVE LANDED HERE’Nadia Hanan Madalo and her family fled an onslaught from the Islamic State group on their Christian village in Iraq’s semi-autonomous northern Kurdish region and hope to begin anew in San Diego.4. TRUMP UNVEILING $1.15 TRILLION BUDGETThe proposal slashes spending at a dozen departments to finance a significant increase in the military and make a down payment on a U.S.-Mexico border wall.5. GOP HEALTH BILL FACING FRESH HOUSE PANEL TESTThe bill would eliminate the tax penalty that pressures people to buy coverage and the federal subsidies that let millions afford it. It would also cut Medicaid.6. WHAT YAHOO BREACH INDICTMENTS MAY LEAD TOU.S. authorities may be in a better position to figure out if Russian hackers and Russian spies swayed last year’s presidential elections.7. US ARMY PRACTICING JUNGLE WARFAREFor the first time in decades, the American military is renewing its focus on Asia and the Pacific after years of war in the Middle East.8. CANINE SHELTER TAKES ON TEHRAN STRAY DOG PROBLEM — HUMANELYIt’s a sign of changing attitudes among officials in a country where Islamic authorities long saw dogs as “un-Islamic.”9. WHO TOOK IN BROADWAY SHOWCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau — with Ivanka Trump as a guest — welcome a new musical that celebrates Canada’s compassion and openness during 9/11.10. BUSTED: TEAMS AT TOP OF NCAA BRACKETS TROUBLED OFF-COURTNo. 1 seed Kansas has been beset by a series of run-ins with the law while No. 2 seed Louisville is awaiting the latest from the NCAA on an escort scandal.last_img read more

Air Canada subsidiary adopts hipster uniforms

first_imgAir Canada’s new low-cost subsidiary Air Canada Rouge has unveiled its crew uniform, which has been dubbed ‘too cool for the skies’ with its ‘hipster’ edge.With the airline set to launch on 1 July, the group gave the world a glimpse of its new cabin crew uniforms, which were designed to appeal to younger travellers., The Daily Mail UK reported.According to the airline, staff getup is “fashion forward” with red cardigans, grey trousers, gray and red Fluevog brand shoes as well as gray and white stripped fedoras.Aiming to keep the uniforms in the air for the next five to seven years, Air Canada Rouge has dusted off critics, who have questioned how the gear will look on real hostesses and older employees.“Our personality, which is fresh and youthful, seems to be the impression that’s  coming through,” the airline’s vice president of customer experience Renne Smith-Valade told Bloomberg Businessweek.Meanwhile, the airline has received up to 5,000 resumes since announcing its launch and those selected so far are receiving customer service training at the Disney Institute in Florida.Hit the spot or trying too hard – what do you think of the look?Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J Air Canada Rouge is just ‘too cool’.Image: Air Canada Rougelast_img read more

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