New Delhi: Air India has detected an advertisement for fake recruitment scheme wherein it is being said that there are total 120 vacant seats in the airline and if an applicant wants to apply for any position, he or she will have to deposit Rs 9,800 plus GST, according to officials. The airline will soon file an FIR against the person or persons running this fake recruitment scheme, said one of the officials. The national carrier came to know about this fake scheme on Wednesday through social media when a person posted the advertisement and asked Air India whether it is running such a recruitment scheme or not, the official said. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’ “A two page fake advertisement for recruitment has been noticed on Wednesday. It asks the applicant to contact a person named Rohan Verma…(and) deposit a ‘refundable security amount’ of Rs 9,800 plus GST,” said the airline official. The advertisement shows the following fake address: Air India Building, Akola, Santacruz East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400047. “We have got no building in Akola,” another airline official said. The fake recruitment scheme advertisement says that total 150 candidates have been short-listed and total vacant seats are 120. “We will soon file an FIR against the person or persons who are running such a fake recruitment scheme,” the official said.
Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday said it could order the closure of its airspace for India “at a time of its choosing”, but so far no decision has been taken yet. Foreign Office Spokesperson Mohammad Faisal during a media briefing on Thursday said the issue had been discussed at the highest level. “It is one of the many options that are being considered, we can exercise it at a time of our choosing. No decision has been taken as yet,” he was quoted as saying by Dawn. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from US The FO spokesperson’s comments come a day after Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that no decision has been taken yet to close the airspace to India and any such step would be taken after looking into each and every aspect of the move through consultation. Qureshi said the issue did come up for discussions during the recent Cabinet meeting but the final decision would be taken by Prime Minister Imran Khan. He had dismissed reports suggesting that the airspace was being shut for India as “speculative”. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential polls Science and Technology Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Tuesday announced on twitter that the government was considering complete closure of airspace to India and complete ban on use of Pakistan land routes for Indian trade to Afghanistan. Pakistan had fully closed its airspace in February after an Indian Air Force strike on a Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terror camp in Balakot. The country opened its airspace for all flights except for New Delhi, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur on March 27. On May 15, Pakistan extended its airspace ban for flights to India till May 30. It fully opened its airspace for all civilian traffic on July 16. Tensions between India and Pakistan spiked after India abrogated provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution to revoke Jammu and Kashmir’s special status and bifurcated it into two Union Territories. Pakistan expelled the Indian High Commissioner after it downgraded the diplomatic ties with India in protest to India’s decision to end Jammu and Kashmir’s special status. Pakistan also suspended its trade with India and stopped the train and bus services.
FREDERICTON – New Brunswick residents have begun the long, messy business of cleaning up sodden homes and cottages — including one runaway cottage left bobbing in lake waters after floating seven kilometres away from its perch.As residents began returning to homes, sloshing through watery basements and loading trucks full of sodden garbage, federal politicians landed in the area for tours.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Oromocto, N.B., late Friday afternoon with Premier Brian Gallant, stopping in a command post to look at maps of the flooding, then getting in a boat to view Saint John River communities affected by flooding.He toured a few kilometres of the Saint John River to see the flood damage in the communities of Oromocto, Maugerville and Sheffield.“It was a real opportunity to see the extent of the damage,” he said after returning to shore.“Even though the water is lower, you know that there has been tremendous flooding and a tremendous number of people impacted. And of course the work on the cleanup is going to come in the coming weeks and months.”Elsewhere in the province, municipal governments were organizing volunteer efforts to help homeowners who face the daunting task of emptying basements and taking away thousands of sandbags to landfills.The prime minister praised the efforts.“The response of people who stepped up, the response of the community, the first responders is always extraordinary. It’s a real strength of community when people pull together like this,” he said.Meanwhile, the Canadian Armed Forces said it was deploying 60 members to assist provincial authorities with assessments.The soldiers are from 4 Engineer Support Regiment based at 5th Canadian Division Support Base Gagetown. Rear-Admiral Craig Baines, Commander Joint Task Force Atlantic, said the mission is a “bit more personal” for the team.“They’re deploying to help their neighbours, and the communities close to where they live. Many of our members have been volunteering in recent days, like many community members have, at night and on the weekends to help their neighbours.”The federal response came as flood waters continued their long-awaited retreat, two weeks after they swept through Fredericton and went on to swamp several communities along the swollen Saint John River.The expansive cleanup could be most daunting in the Grand Lake area outside Jemseg, where many cottages either collapsed or were relocated by surging waters and powerful winds.Delberta Flood, who lives in the lake’s Youngs Cove, said she was stunned to find a whole building resting just down the shore from her home, which was not affected by the flood.She was out walking last weekend when she spotted something quite a distance from her home.“I got as close as I could and it was a house or a camp — a one-and-a-half storey camp sitting upright, still floating but caught up in a tree,” she said with a chuckle.“It had curtains in the windows and just looked like it was supposed to be there!”Flood took photos of the structure, posted them to a Grand Lake Facebook page with the message that it had washed up on her shore and quickly heard from the owner, who asked where it was.She told him and asked where it had come from, expecting it was just around the corner.“He said it came from Princess Park and that is seven kilometres across the lake. So we were really surprised it floated that far and stayed upright and didn’t break apart,” she said, adding that the slightly tilted cottage no longer has a door and is filling with water.Flood said all matter of items have floated past her home in recent days, including a submerged sailboat detectable by its mast, lots of decks, sets of stairs, a kayak, two life-jackets and a soccer ball.The cottage, however, stands out.“We saw some pretty weird things float by, but that’s the weirdest,” she said.The military said that since the flooding began, liaison officers had been monitoring developments with provincial authorities and providing advice on the best support it could provide “if provincial resources and capabilities were exceeded.”The Trans-Canada Highway between Fredericton and Moncton reopened just before noon Friday after being shut for a week, but it is reduced to one lane in each direction in one portion.“The water is down across the board,” Emergency Measures Organization spokesman Geoffrey Downey said Friday afternoon.“Fredericton is now, for example, below flood stage and according to the five-day forecast every community but two should be out of flood stage as well by Wednesday.”Downey said water levels were still forecast to persist at Jemseg and Sheffield-Lakeville Corner, south of Fredericton.Federal data indicate water levels in Fredericton receded to about 6.4 metres above sea level early Friday, putting the city below the flood stage. Levels have also gone down to about 4.8 metres in Saint John, which remains above flood stage. Downey said it’s expected to drop to below flood level by Sunday.“It’s obvious that the river is down but that doesn’t mean the threat to your home is gone. There were all kinds of contaminants in the river and people are going to have to clean their homes and property very carefully,” Downey said.He cautioned that people should enter their homes only after they’ve ensured it’s safe to do so.Downey said patience is also a key for a process that will take weeks if not months because what’s happened to many people’s homes is “just awful.”“I did a helicopter tour over the weekend down toward Saint John and the damage is heartbreaking with some buildings in low-lying areas where the water was up to the roof,” he said. “This is going to take time and I think it’s important for everyone to remember that.”About 60 roads remained closed and Darlings Island was still cut off Friday.— With files from Alison Auld, Michael Tutton and Keith Doucette in Halifax
He will get his fill of pancakes at the Parkdale Community Stampede Breakfast with Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr at about 9:15 a.m.Then he is off to the grounds where Trudeau and Hehr will make an appearance at the Indian Village. Trudueau will finish up his Calgary tour by taking in the rodeo at Stampede later in the afternoon.Initially, the Prime Minister’s Office had announced Trudeau was too busy and would not be able to fit the Stampede, which wraps up Sunday, into his schedule.But officials later said he had changed his mind and would visit Calgary after attending the National Governors Association conference in Rhode Island. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will don the stetson once more as he visits the Calgary Stampede Saturday.Trudeau started early with an 8:30 a.m. meeting with Mayor Naheed Nenshi.
MIDGELL, P.E.I. – Amid escalating trade tensions between Canada and the United States, Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay is throwing open his barn door to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue for a meeting Friday on his family farm in northeastern Prince Edward Island.The dairy farm will serve as a backdrop to bilateral talks expected to touch on Canada’s system for controlling the price and supply of dairy, eggs and chicken — something the U.S. administration has made clear it wants abolished.MacAulay said supply management has proven “an excellent system” for Canada and “we intend to make sure that it remains strong.”“We do have issues with the United States off and on,” he said. “We’ll have a chance to discuss the issues.”The meeting — on MacAulay’s farm in Midgell, P.E.I., where he was born, raised and worked as a farmer — is a chance for the agriculture counterparts to discuss trade issues in a potentially more amicable setting.“It’s very important for agriculture ministers to meet in the barn,” MacAulay said, noting there will be “Island hospitality” before they get down to business.He said he shares an excellent rapport with Trump’s agriculture secretary and that Perdue is a “free trader.”“What we intend to do is sit down and deal with the issues at hand and hopefully enhance the relationship and the trade deal between Canada and the U.S., and of course Mexico,” MacAulay said, adding that trade between Canada and the U.S. quadrupled under NAFTA.“We just want to make sure that things keep working properly… and we put a deal together that’s right for both countries.”MacAulay and Perdue are also expected to board a lobster fishing boat near Cardigan, P.E.I., and go on a deep sea fishing tour before they visit a potato farm in Souris, P.E.I.They’re also expected to tour Greenwich National Park and have a “small social evening,” MacAulay said.The one-day visit comes a year after MacAulay went to Savannah, Ga., for a trilateral meeting with Perdue and their Mexican counterpart, Secretary of Agriculture Jose Calzada.— By Brett Bundale in Halifax.
FREDERICTON — People who fell for a website hyping a too-good-to-be-true investment opportunity for New Brunswick’s coastline got lucky: The scam wasn’t intended to trap potential investors, but to teach them.The site was created by New Brunswick’s Financial and Consumer Services Commission, who decided that a good way to educate people about real investment scams was to launch their own fake investment scheme.The commission created TydeCoyn.ca, a website boasting a chance to invest in “Atlantic Canada’s first cryptocurrency token that marries tourism promotion and environmental activism.”Erin King, FCNB’s senior education and website officer, says the website was launched to show potential investors all the “red flags” they should watch for to avoid scams, such as vague wording and a countdown clock to create some urgency to investing your money.King says more than 4,500 people have visited the site since October, and 222 people who sought to invest or get more information were considered as potential victims.Anyone who clicked a link on the site was taken to FCNB’s education page.King says it’s unknown if anyone in New Brunswick has been duped in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) fundraising scheme involving cryptocurrencies.She says the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ran a similar education program this summer.The Canadian Press
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A Canadian man is facing charges in the U.S. for allegedly interfering with crew members and attendants while on a flight from Ohio to Los Angeles.The FBI say in a statement that 49-year-old Ian Stewart Smallwood of Ontario was taken into custody after the plane was diverted to Albuquerque.It was not immediately clear if Smallwood had an attorney.The charge stems from Dec. 21 when, according to a criminal complaint made public this week, Smallwood was accused of being verbally belligerent during the flight.He allegedly intimidated one of the flight attendants while she was preparing service in the galley at the front of the plane.Other passengers were also seen out of their seats, asking Smallwood to move out of the way and sit down.The Associated Press
The Canadian Press TORONTO — The Public Health Agency of Canada has issued a statement aimed at reminding Canadians that measles is a serious and highly contagious disease and that getting vaccinated is the best protection.The statement comes in response to an outbreak of nine cases of measles in Vancouver that began after an unvaccinated Canadian child contracted the disease on a family trip to Vietnam.Measles causes high fever, coughing, sneezing and a widespread painful rash. The infection can lead to serious complications such as pneumonia and encephalitis and can be fatal. The Public Health Agency says getting two doses of the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine is almost 100 per cent effective in preventing the disease.The agency is urging Canadians to ensure their immunizations are up to date, especially if they are travelling outside the country.People who cannot be vaccinated, including infants, people with certain underlying health conditions and those undergoing chemotherapy, rely on high levels of immunity within communities to protect them from the disease.
JUNCTION CITY, Ky. – Lincoln County Emergency Management Director Don Gilliam said the fires are out from a gas line explosion early Thursday that killed a person and sent five others to a hospital.He says six structures were impacted and some destroyed altogether by the flames. The fire reached about 300 feet in the air and could be seen throughout Lincoln County.Gilliam said he doesn’t believe there are any critical injuries among those hospitalized.Crews are still looking for five to seven people and are asking anyone who lives in the area and hasn’t been accounted for to check in at New Hope Baptist Church in Stanford, which is set up as a shelter.Meanwhile, Enbridge, the company who owns the pipeline released a statement on the situation.“Our teams are coordinating with first responders to secure the site. We have isolated the affected line and are working closely with emergency responders to manage the situation. We will provide more information as it becomes available.”. @Enbridge has released a statement after a fatal explosion in Kentucky. One person died in the explosion, while 5-7 are unaccounted for @660NEWS pic.twitter.com/q8ePGVMily— Kenny Mason (@krmason7) August 1, 2019The gas pipeline ruptured early Thursday, causing a massive explosion that also destroyed railroad tracks and forced the evacuation of a nearby mobile home park, authorities said.The explosion was so huge that it showed up on radar, according to a tweet from WKYT-TV meteorologist Chris Bailey.Massive explosion and fire across northern Lincoln County. You can actually see this happen on radar. Wow! #kywx @WKYT pic.twitter.com/2Qtg5Rixfk— Chris Bailey (@Kentuckyweather) August 1, 2019County Emergency Management Director Don Gilliam said the flames reached about 300 feet in the air and could be seen throughout Lincoln County.Residents of Indian Camp trailer park in the Moreland community were evacuated to the New Hope Baptist Church in Stanford.Gilliam urged people gathering for a multi state yard sale to stay away as tanker trucks work to put out fires.@Kentuckyweather my back yard, Moreland KY pic.twitter.com/zHaCRlRTs9— Sofia Nunez (@snunez1234) August 1, 2019 The Associated Press
MONTREAL — The Royal Canadian Air Force says the body of a pilot has been found amid plane wreckage in dense forest in northwestern Quebec.The air force says it located the missing Beechcraft Bonanza airplane around 7 p.m. Friday in Quebec’s Val d’Or region, about 525 kilometres northwest of Montreal.The aircraft was reported overdue July 29. It was travelling from Oshkosh, Wis., to Danbury, Conn., but the pilot had to divert north to avoid a storm.Capt. Trevor Reid says the air force, provincial police and the Transportation Safety Board of Canada are investigating.The plane was last tracked on radar flying over a region north of Senneterre, Que., about 530 kilometres northwest of Montreal. The air force did not identify the pilot.“We know he turned north to avoid a very large storm,” Reid said Saturday in an interview. “What remains unknown and what is now part of the investigation … is how he came to be that far north.”The aircraft was spotted by a rescue team flying an RCAF Griffon helicopter, Reid said.“It was found in very austere terrain, dense forest and large trees,” he said. “The pilot was found with no vital signs.”About 100 rescuers from the RCAF, Quebec’s provincial police and other agencies participated in the search operation.Capt. John Landry, Searchmaster, 1 Canadian Air Division, thanked local communities for their support.“While this is not the outcome we had wanted, we hope it brings closure to the family and our thoughts are with them during this difficult tim,” Landry said in a statement. The Canadian Press
Bernadette Peters, The Center for Discovery, and The Monderer Foundation have announced the naming of the Michael Wittenberg Center for Imagination at The Center for Discovery.“The Center for Discovery has created a remarkable program—unique in the area—that supports the most severely disabled children and adults,” said Ms. Peters, a two-time Tony award-winning actress/singer/comedienne. “Michael was deeply connected to the environment, good health, and the protection of all living creatures. With its focus on promoting wellness and health to expand life’s possibilities for a very vulnerable group of people, The Center for Discovery is the embodiment of Michael’s life passions.”The Center for Discovery provides individuals with a range of disabilities and medical frailties innovative educational, clinical, residential, and social and creative arts experiences designed to enrich their lives through personal accomplishment. The new Michael Wittenberg Center for Imagination inspires adults and children to evolve new options for living.“The Center for Discovery has one of the most current and innovative educational approaches distinguished by a philosophy that celebrates each individual’s abilities rather than his or her disabilities,” said Carol Turchin Monderer, CEO of The Monderer Foundation. “The Monderer Foundation’s mission is to support multiply challenged children and adults. We are delighted to be involved in supporting The Center for Discovery.”“We commend Bernadette Peters for her passion, and we thank her for lending her voice to support The Center for Discovery,” said Patrick H. Dollard, President and CEO of The Center for Discovery. “Adults and children come here to learn of our responsibility to respect and care for ourselves, our families, our neighbors, our animals, and nature in all its forms. It is for these reasons that we name the heart of The Center for Discovery the ‘Michael Wittenberg Center for Imagination.’ The entire center gratefully acknowledges Bernadette Peters and The Monderer Foundation for their support of The Center for Discovery.”For more information about the Monderer Foundation, click here.
Jumpstart hosted their annual Boston Scribbles to Novels event on May 2.Rob Small, Naila Bolus and David GergenCredit/Copyright: JumpstartScribbles to Novels is a unique fundraising event that provides attendees with the opportunity to meet well-known authors in an intimate setting and to help raise awareness of Jumpstart’s mission to work toward the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed. The event is took place at the Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston and featured a roundtable discussion highlighting the importance of literature and education in each of the author’s lives.David Gergen, CNN Political Analyst and New York Times bestselling author of Eyewitness to Power: The Essence of Leadership, Nixon to Clinton, served as the event’s keynote speaker. Also in attendance was be Edgar-award winning writer of the Chet and Bernie mysteries, Peter Abrahams; television and radio sports commentator, sports reporter and New York Times bestselling author, Michael Holley; New York Times best-selling author of the popular Fancy Nancy books, Jane O’Connor; and Pulitzer Prize-winning author of A Thousand Acres and Moo, Jane Smiley.
On Thursday April 17th, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton will host Girls: A No Ceilings Conversation – the first in a series of No Ceilings Conversation events designed to provide a forum to hear from girls and women around the world.Moderated by actress and advocate America Ferrera, Girls: A No Ceilings Conversation will bring together girls to talk about their lives, experiences, and hopes for the future.Taking place at the Lower Eastside Girls Club in New York City, the conversation will join girls from the Girls Club, the Girl Scouts of the USA, Girls Inc., Girl Up, the Young Women’s Leadership Network and four schools from across the country on Microsoft’s Skype Software: Seattle Girls’ School in Seattle, Washington; the Hathaway Brown School for Girls in Shaker Heights, Ohio; The York County School District in York, Virginia; and the KIPP Delta High School in Helena, Arkansas. The conversation, powered by Microsoft, will be streamed to allow people from around the world to join the conversation remotely and ask questions via online video streaming and Twitter.This conversation is part of the Clinton Foundation’s initiative, No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project, which seeks to advance the full participation of women and girls around the world. These conversations and the ones to follow will be used to shape and inform the work of No Ceilings.WHAT: Girls: A No Ceilings ConversationWHO: Hillary Rodham Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, and America FerreraWHEN: Thursday, April 17, 20143:00pmWHERE: Lower Eastside Girls Club402 East 8th Street (Enter at East 8th Street just West of Avenue D) New York, NY 10009
JDRF is deeply saddened by the passing of type 1 diabetes (T1D) champion Alan Thicke.Most widely known for his acting career, including his role as Dr. Jason Seaver on the hit 1980s show, Growing Pains, Thicke was also a devoted advocate for T1D research since his eldest son, Brennan Thicke, was diagnosed 37 years ago.Thicke and his ex-wife Gloria Loring have supported JDRF as donors, fundraisers, volunteers and passionate spokespeople. Thicke was instrumental in helping JDRF establish chapters in Ottowa and Calgary in his home country of Canada and also helped the Los Angeles Chapter to grow and thrive. Thicke was active in a number of diabetes charities, including one of his own, the Alan Thicke Centre.His son, Brennan, was diagnosed with T1D at age 4 after a revelation at a family reunion. Alan’s stepmother, a nurse, noticed that Brennan was exhibiting the symptoms of type 1 diabetes – including extreme thirst and excessive trips to the bathroom. In a recent interview, Thicke described how the first months after Brennan’s diagnosis were especially stressful and scary: “After hours of cajoling and chasing him around the house I had to pin him to the floor to give him his [insulin] shot. He was kicking and screaming.” When Thicke was reduced to tears, young Brennan came to a realization. “He recognized he wasn’t being punished by getting a shot, and that the shots were hurting me almost as much as they were hurting him… That changed our whole relationship. He realized we were a team.”The Thickes’ difficulties managing T1D are all too familiar to millions of families worldwide. In recent years, research has led to improvements in treatment, including pumps and continuous glucose monitors that have offered people with T1D a better quality of life, but Thicke never lost sight of his crusade for a cure.On behalf of everyone at JDRF and the entire T1D community, we extend our heartfelt condolences to Thicke’s family, friends and colleagues, and we thank Thicke for his endless support of type 1 diabetes awareness and research. Because of his efforts and those of his family beginning decades ago, countless people are leading safer, happier lives today.
Prince Harry attended The Landmine Free World 2025 Reception at Kensington Palace to mark International Mine Awareness Day.The Reception was hosted by the world’s two leading landmine charities, Mines Advisory Group (MAG) and The HALO Trust, who aim to free the world of landmines by 2025.“I have seen first-hand the work of demining field teams in Cahora Bassa, Mozambique and Cuito Cuanavale, Angola and can attest to their discipline, expertise and determination,” said Prince Harry. “MAG and HALO alone have a combined workforce of 9,000 people – almost all from mine-affected communities. They, and other organisations, have the knowledge, experience and capability to realise the Treaty’s vision by 2025 or sooner.“It would take just an additional £100m each year until 2025 – the cost of a star signing for some professional football teams – to clear the world’s most affected countries of landmines; countries such as Afghanistan, Cambodia and Sri Lanka, where the debris from bygone wars denies men and women the ability to cultivate their land, feed their children and re-build their lives.“I applaud the Secretary of State and our government for their bold commitment to supporting this vital work with additional funding. I hope this example will be seen by the international community as a reminder of the commitments made in 1997 and that other countries will redouble their efforts. The sooner we are able to clear all remaining landmines the less chance there is of innocent lives being lost or changed forever.”The Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Treaty was signed 20 years ago in order to prevent the use and production of landmines across the world – but there are still countries contaminated with the devices.Several key figures in the signing of the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Treaty attended the reception, alongside other senior representatives of governments who support international mine action.The Chief Executive of MAG, Jane Cocking, and The HALO Trust Chief Executive, James Cowan, spoke before introducing Prince Harry and Secretary of State for International Development, Priti Patel.Prince Harry’s mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, was closely involved in raising awareness about landmines, visiting Angola and Bosnia, two countries heavily affected.In the year marking the twentieth anniversary of The Princess’ death, Prince Harry is pleased to recognise his mother’s work and the progress which has been made by MAG, HALO, the UK Government and other organisations.“Twenty years ago, in the last months of her life, my mother campaigned to draw attention to the horrific and indiscriminate impact of landmines,” said Prince Harry. “She visited affected areas such as Huambo in Angola and Travnik in Bosnia. She heard how people in these communities lived in constant fear that each step may be their last. She met with those who had suffered life changing injuries as a result of anti-personnel mines, she listened to their stories, and helped share them with the world.”Prince Harry has visited minefields himself, in both Angola and Mozambique, meeting amputees, and witnessing the devastating impact landmines have on some of the poorest people in mine-affected communities.Source:Royal.UK
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Advertisement Advertisement Facebook Canadians Denis Villeneuve and Ryan Gosling are headed to the Academy Awards, with La La Land, Arrival and Moonlight leading a more inclusive field of Oscars nominees than in recent years.Contenders for the world’s most prominent film awards were announced in Hollywood this morning. La La Land leads overall with 14 nominations, tying the record previously set by Titanic and All About Eve.Gosling, who is working with Villeneuve on the upcoming Blade Runner sequel, called him this morning, the Quebec filmmaker said. “We wanted to congratulate each other,” Villeneuve told reporters in a conference call on Tuesday afternoon.“This is just joy for us,” he added. “We are proud of each other, as friends.” Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: Twitter
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Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Jeremy and Tunebug is designed as a multi-platform entertainment brand that includes fully-animated television half hours, digital shorts, a play-to-play-music/play-to-read-stories app, and a website where kids can interact with Jeremy, listen to his music, and learn to play music online. Parents, caregivers, and educators will have the opportunity to bring Jeremy and Tunebug to the classroom or see a live concert performance. Social Media Links:Website: jeremyfisherjunior.com veritefilms.ca hiddenpony.caTwitter: @JFishJunior @VirginiaTV – Virginia Thompson @VeriteCanada @HiddenPonyFacebook: Facebook.com/JeremyandTunebug Facebook.com/Verite.Films.Canada Facebook.com/HiddenPonyRecordsInstagram: @jeremyfisherjunior @hiddenpony Advertisement Advertisement Jeremy and Tunebug animated image courtesy of Vérité Films Advertisement Login/Register With: TORONTO – Vérité Films, the boutique production house behind Canada’s #1 comedy brand, Corner Gas, is thrilled to announce their return to children’s television with Jeremy and Tunebug. The animated children’s television, music, and multi-platform digital brand stars three-time JUNO-nominated singer-songwriter Jeremy Fisher Junior and is produced in association with Jeremy Fisher Music and Hidden Pony Records & Management. With support from the Canada Media Fund-Shaw Rocket Fund Kids Digital Animated Series Program, Jeremy and Tunebug will begin its first phase of production in Fall 2019.Jeremy and Tunebug brings to life the whimsical characters, stories, and songs from Fisher’s acclaimed debut children’s album Highway to Spell (available on Spotify and Apple Music). The series revolves around Jeremy, a story-telling singer-songwriter (voiced by Fisher), and Tunebug, his best friend and magical recording studio on wheels. Together they share their animated adventures to Destination: Imagination, where they discover how feelings and emotions inspire story and song. Facebook