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An essayist reflects on the pleasures of fashion<br><br>Farrar, Straus Giroux; 336 pages; $27<br><br>Anne Hollander is unblinkingly beguiled by the ephemeral. In the preface to her new collection of essays and book reviews, "Feeding the Eye," she writes: "I am of my time, as (19th century artist)<br><br>By turns art lecturer and social historian, she conducts the reader through a gallery of 20th century pleasures fashion, film and photography never losing the leisurely pace of a personal tour guide. In sketches that recall the roving sensuality of 's prose, Hollander conditions the eye to hunger for a new way of seeing. Hollander does so.<br><br>In the rare instances when she adopts an elegaic tone writing about silent films or Japanese peasant dress, for example her effect is not to pine over what is forgotten but to wake our visual imagination to its potential. 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Beatrice also has a room at the Duke's new home, Royal Lodge in Windsor, and she frequently accompanies her mother on her trips to America, where Sarah Ferguson rents an apartment in New York while fulfilling her role as a WeightWatchers spokesperson.<br><br>Despite these unconventional living arrangements, the Duke and Duchess have generally been applauded for providing the Princess with a stable family life and, as a result, Beatrice seems to be unscathed by her parents' divorce.<br><br>"Beatrice is a very grounded young lady with a great sense of humour," says Josh Salzmann, exercise guru to many a star, who has been the Duchess's personal trainer since the late 1980s. 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Govt 'quietly' excises islands<br><br>The federal government has failed to change its bad habits on immigration quietly excising hundreds of islands, including tourist destinations, from Australia's migration zone, Labor says.<br><br>The move was completed by regulation last Thursday after a hostile Senate rejected earlier attempts at excision.<br><br>The list includes tourist destinations Magnetic and Dunk Islands in Queensland, as well as Groote Eylandt, the Tiwi Islands, Bathurst and Melville islands in the Northern Territory and Barrow Island in Western Australia.<br><br>In 2001, the opposition sided with the government to excise Cocos and Christmas Islands and Ashmore and Cartier Reefs past destinations for people smugglers from the migration zone.<br><br>It drew the line at excising any other territory.<br><br>Labor's immigration spokesman Tony Burke said the latest decision showed the government was unwilling to implement cultural change despite a series of immigration bungles.<br><br>"The latest excision is an appalling example of the government surrendering the full rights of territory as a stunt," Mr Burke said.<br><br>"The Howard government seems to have abandoned the concept of border protection and replaced it with border surrender.<br><br>"If the culture of the department is to change, then the change has to come from the top.<br><br>"What we see in this decision is the same minister behaving the same way as she did prior to the release of the Palmer Report and pursuing the same stunts that were pursued by (former immigration minister) Philip Ruddock.<br><br>"You don't get cultural change with more of the same."<br><br>A spokesman for Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone said the move was no different from excision of Christmas Island and Ashmore Reef, steps supported by Labor at the time.<br><br>"This regulation only makes it harder for people smugglers to ply their evil trade," he said.<br><br>"People entering the country lawfully are completely unaffected.<br><br>"It does not affect Australia's sovereignty, indigenous rights or the status of the islands in any way."<br><br>Australian Democrats senator Andrew Bartlett said his party would seek to disallow the move.<br><br>But he conceded this would be difficult now that the government holds a Senate majority.<br><br>"Obviously, it is now a lot harder to rely on the Senate to stop bad law bad in principle and bad in practice," Senator Bartlett said.<br><br>"Now we have to rely on a couple of government senators each time around to recognise that and cross the floor and that is always a big ask."<br><br>A Just Australia (AJA) national coordinator Kate Gauthier said that if the government was bringing in genuine reform of asylum seeker policy, it would not at the same time be finding ways to cut the ability of people to claim asylum.<br><br>"AJA remains firmly against any excision, on the basis that it is a backdoor method of dodging our responsibilities under the (United Nations) Refugee Convention to people who are in need of our protection as a democratic country," she said.<br><br>"Either Australian territory is Australian or it isn't."<br><br>Meanwhile, the government said it was on track to have all children out of immigration detention by Friday's end.<br><br>Fifteen children held at the Port Augusta housing facility in South Australia, three at the Baxter, one at Maribyrnong in Victoria and three on Christmas Island were being moved into community housing.<ul> <li><a href="" target="_blank">oro rosa oro rosso bracciale bvlgari zero falso fr</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">oro rosa oro rosso bracciale bvlgari b zero.1 imit</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">oro giallo bracciale bvlgari zero1 imitazione giorno per giorno negozio online Mall Online Centro commerciale online Preferenze calmati tu acquisto se</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">oro giallo bracciale bulgari B zero1 copia frequentemente. online Offerta comodo tutti scegliere</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">diamanti con dimonds anello bvlgari sanke imitazione giorno per giorno online favorevole rilassato. te scegliere</a></li> </ul>
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Government settles with former Valcartier cadets in deadly 1974 grenade blast<br><br>Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan formally apologized Thursday to the survivors of a deadly cadet camp explosion more than 42 years ago, as he announced the terms of a settlement between them and the federal government.<br><br>But Sajjan stopped short when asked whether the government will increase the levels of support and compensation for cadets who suffer long term injuries or illness in uniform today.<br><br>That is despite concerns raised by some survivors and the Canadian Forces ombudsman, who says little has changed in terms of helping ill and injured cadets since 1974.<br><br>"The programs that are in place for the leadership, for the training, and also to look after them, have evolved in many ways," Sajjan said in announcing the settlement.<br><br>"I'm very proud of the program and how we look after our cadets."<br><br>Sajjan was flanked by some of the former cadets and first responders who were at the camp in Valcartier, Que., on July 30, 1974, when a grenade exploded in a crowded barracks.<br><br>The accident, blamed on a live grenade being mixed with several dummies, killed six teens between the ages of 13 and 15 and left dozens more with lifelong physical and psychological injuries.<br><br>One of the survivors was Michel Juneau Katsuya, then 14, who later served with the RCMP and Canadian Security Intelligence Service before leading settlement negotiations with the government.<br><br>Juneau Katsuya told The Canadian Press each of the survivors dealt with the explosion differently, with some having successful careers while others suffered from PTSD or committed suicide.<br><br>"My coping mechanism until recently was to push it as far and as deep as possible," he said. "I was able to have a successful career in the RCMP and CSIS, but the box was there and was leaking constantly."<br><br>An official board of inquiry was held after the explosion, but it wasn't until military ombudsman Gary Walbourne issued a scathing report in 2015 that the government agreed to address the long term effects.<br><br>Walbourne, whose investigation was prompted by complaints from several survivors about the military's handling of the incident, found the boys had been treated unfairly.<br><br>In particular, he found they had received much lower levels of physical, mental and financial assistance than their instructors and other military personnel involved.<br><br>Thursday's settlement was the result of nearly two years of negotiations and included an apology from Sajjan for the length of time it took for the government to help those affected.<br><br>"To the more than 100 survivors of this incident, to their families and to the families of those of the deceased, on behalf of the government of Canada, I ask you to accept this apology," Sajjan said.<br><br>"We're truly sorry for the pain you have endured and we deeply regret how long it took to address it. Today we begin to correct the mistakes of the past."<br><br>The families of the six boys killed in the explosion will receive a one time payment of $100,000 while survivors or their families, if they have since died, will be eligible for a one time payment of $42,000.<br><br>Survivors can also apply for additional compensation worth up to $310,000 for pain and suffering while National Defence will also cover any related health care costs not already covered by their province.<br><br>National Defence estimates up to 155 former cadets and first responders or their families will be eligible, though exact numbers aren't known.<br><br>Walbourne wrote on Twitter that he was pleased there had "finally been a resolution" to the Valcartier tragedy.<br><br>"However, there remains a significant insurance gap for cadets," he wrote, before referencing a report he released in January that found little had changed for ill and injured cadets since 1974.<br><br>The maximum a cadet can receive for a lifelong injury or disability is $20,000, the report said, unless the cadet or their family fight for more compensation in court.<br><br>That compared to $100,000 for civilian volunteers and $250,000 for military personnel and reservists, plus workers' compensation and benefits from Veterans Affairs Canada.<br><br>While happy to finally have some closure, Juneau Katsuya said he and others will keep working to make sure all cadets are treated fairly and no one else has to go through what they did.<br><br>"Our work is not done yet," he said. 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