Four stories in the news for Monday, March 26———FEDS READY TO RUSH DEMOCRATIC REFORM BILLSAfter more than two years riding the brakes on a raft of promised reforms to election laws, the Trudeau government is preparing to put the pedal to the metal to get them in place in time for the 2019 election. With Elections Canada generally needing a year to implement changes to election rules, that leaves the government with just seven months to pass at least three bills — one of which hasn’t even been introduced yet, and another that’s been parked at the introductory stage for 16 months.———PRIME MINISTER TRUDEAU TO EXONERATE CHIEFS IN PARLIAMENTPrime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to exonerate six First Nations chiefs who were executed by B.C.’s colonial government more than 150 years ago. The exoneration will happen in the House of Commons this afternoon. The chiefs were hanged after a deadly confrontation with white road builders during the so-called “Chilcotin War of 1864.” The Tsilhqot’in have long disputed the government’s authority to execute the chiefs as criminals, arguing the confrontation was an altercation between warring nations.———STUDY LOOKS AT CHANGES TO ALBERTA’S BOREAL FORESTA new study suggests half of Alberta’s boreal forest could disappear in just over 80 years due to wildfires and climate change. The research, published today in the journal Ecosphere, looks at how vegetation could change based on the current rate of carbon emissions and climate change. It simulated wildfire using a model from Natural Resources Canada and data from the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute to determine what vegetation might grow back under future climates.———JUNO AWARDS TAKE UPBEAT TONE IN VANCOUVERIt was a night of positivity at the Juno Awards as the stars of Canadian music focused on celebrating the upsides of life. Host Michael Buble set the tone by announcing his wife’s third pregnancy — but other performers were quick to grab the tide of optimism. Gord Downie’s brothers accepted a posthumous award for the singer. And the Barenaked Ladies, who were inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, performed with former bandmate Steven Page for the first time in nearly a decade.———ALSO IN THE NEWS TODAY:— Trent Butt goes on trial in St. John’s for the first-degree murder of his five-year-old daughter Quinn.— Federal innovation and employment minister participate in a question-and-answer session with students and entrepreneurs in Montreal.— Joshua Boyle, who was held hostage in Afghanistan, is to appear in Ottawa court, via video link, on sexual assault and other charges.— The Senate national security committee hears witnesses on Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act as it relates to Canada’s borders.— Women on the Hill gathering and reception in honour of International Women’s Day.— Police hold gun amnesty news conference in Regina.— Alberta government to announce funding to support women and children fleeing family violence.— Provincial court criminal trial continues over the MV Marathassa bunker fuel spill in Vancouver’s English Bay in April 2015.———
Pamela Anderson took to the streets of Calais this week with organisations Help Refugees and Refugee Community Kitchen to dish up a nutritious homemade vegan curry and hand out down-free sleeping bags to refugees sleeping rough.PAMELA ANDERSON DISHES UP VEGAN CURRY TO HOMELESS REFUGEES IN CALAISThis action follows the star’s visit to a Dunkirk refugee camp in January, when she joined PETA in handing out warm vegan hats and gloves – along with hundreds of animal-themed activity books and coloured pencils – to children who had been forced to flee their home countries.“I wanted to come and give these people a helping hand and let them know people care. They have lost so much, and I hope a nourishing meal can help make the awful situation they’ve found themselves in a little less awful today. And because it’s vegan, no animals have suffered for it, either”, says Anderson.PETA named Anderson its 2016 Person of the Year for her efforts to encourage vegan eating, for her opposition to circuses that use animals, and for speaking out about fur, among many other actions.
APTN National News250 years ago the Royal Proclamation was created.Some say the relationship between Canada and First Nations people is based on this document.But many blame the proclamation for today’s problems.As national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, the issues Shawn Atleo deals with often boil down to the Royal Proclamation.With his thoughts on the anniversary he joins us from our Ottawa studio.
3 April 2008Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed the entry into force of the first international treaty on the human rights of persons with disabilities, after the required twentieth country ratified the landmark convention today. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed the entry into force of the first international treaty on the human rights of persons with disabilities, after the required twentieth country ratified the landmark convention today.“It is a historic moment in our quest for realization of the universal human rights for ALL persons, creating a fully inclusive society for all,” Mr. Ban’s spokesperson Marie Okabe said in a statement celebrating the rapid progress of the Convention on the rights of Persons with Disabilities, which was adopted in December 2006.“The Convention will be a powerful tool to eradicate the obstacle faced by persons with disabilities,” she said, pointing to discrimination, segregation from society, economic marginalization, and lack of opportunities for participation in social, political and economic decision-making processes. Today’s ratification by Ecuador means that the Convention, along with an optional protocol that will allow individuals and groups to petition for relief, will be legally binding as of 3 May. Tunisia and Jordan also ratified the treaty earlier this week.Through today’s statement, the Secretary-General also congratulated the States that have ratified or acceded to the Convention. Some 126 countries have signed the Convention since 30 March 2007, and 71 have signed the optional protocol.“It is estimated that there are at least 650 million persons with disabilities worldwide, of whom approximately 80 percent live in less developed countries,” Ms. Okabe noted.As many as two-thirds of United Nations Member States do not have any legal protection for people with disabilities, according to the UN Focal Point on Disability Akiko Ito, even though they comprise one in 10 of the global population.“The Convention, together with its Optional Protocol, is deeply rooted in the firm commitment of the international community to rectifying the egregious neglect and dehumanizing practices that violate the human rights of persons with disabilities,” Ms. Okabe concluded, calling on all States that have not yet done so to accede or ratify it without delay. In a statement issued this past weekend, more than 20 UN departments, agencies, programmes, and funds pledged their support to implementing the convention. The newly-formed Inter-Agency Support Group for the Convention said that support will focus on six main areas: policies to support the purpose and objectives of the Convention; programmes including international cooperation; capacity-building of Member States, civil society, and the UN system; research and access to knowledge on disabilities; accessibility; and the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Mr. Karzai was reported in the media last week as having said that foreigners, including former UN deputy envoy Peter Galbraith, were behind the fraud that marred last year’s presidential poll, which he eventually won. He also reportedly threatened to join the Taliban if foreigners did not stop meddling in Afghanistan.“I am troubled by all this rhetoric, which is not helpful and desirable at this time,” Mr. Ban told reporters during his visit to Vienna.Speaking at a joint news conference with Austrian Federal Minister for European and International Affairs Michael Spindelegger, the Secretary-General noted that Mr. Karzai has requested UN technical and administrative support for the country’s parliamentary elections, slated for September.“The international community is now committed and ready to support Afghanistan and we expect that there should be harmonious and full cooperation between the Afghanistan Government and the international community,” he stated, adding that the Government should take all measures to enhance good governance, tackle corruption and address various socio-economic issues. Mr. Ban and Mr. Spindelegger also discussed a number of other topics, including the future of UN peacekeeping operations, the need to continue to support Middle East peace talks, and the current challenge of nuclear non-proliferation and the specific cases of Iran and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK).While in Vienna, the Secretary-General also met with Austrian President Heinz Fischer, as well as Chancellor Werner Faymann, with whom he discussed, among other topics, the Middle East peace process, non-proliferation, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and climate change. 8 April 2010Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today he continues to expect full cooperation between Afghanistan and its global partners, adding that recent comments critical of the international community by the country’s President Hamid Karzai are unhelpful.
CALGARY — Canadian Oil Sands Ltd., on the brink of being taken over by Suncor Energy, has overhauled its senior leadership team and board of directors.[np_storybar title=”How falling oil prices and Notley’s Alberta worked against Canadian Oil Sands Ltd” link=”https://business.financialpost.com/news/energy/how-falling-oil-prices-and-notleys-alberta-worked-against-canadian-oil-sands-ltd”%5D As oil prices continued to free fall, oilsands giants Suncor Energy Inc. and Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. were quietly ending an acrimonious hostile battle and working out the details of a $6.6-billion mergerRead more [/np_storybar]Ryan Kubik, who was CEO during the months-long takeover fight, and Donald Lowry, who was board chairman during that time, are no longer on the roster.The new CEO is Sandy Martin, vice-president of strategy and commercial development at Suncor.Harry Roberts, the new board chairman, was a senior vice-president at Suncor before his retirement in 2010 and the four other directors are also connected to the acquirer.Suncor’s executive vice-president of strategy and corporate development, Steve Reynish, and Suncor chief financial officer Alister Cowan, are among the new COS board members.Suncor announced Friday that 73 per cent of COS shareholders had tendered their shares to the $4.3-billion offer, a level of support that’s sufficient for the deal to go ahead.Suncor vs Canadian Oil Sands: Battle of the shareholder incompetentsSuncor Energy wins 73% Canadian Oil Sands shares, declaring takeover a done dealThe offer has been extended until Feb. 22 so that remaining shareholders can tender.After months of sniping at each other in a heated hostile takeover battle, Suncor and COS — both partners in the Syncrude oilsands mine north of Fort McMurray, Alta., — came to a friendly agreement last month.The Canadian Press
Northern Province Governor Reginald Cooray has sought changes in the design of the contentious housing project in the Northern and Eastern Provinces that has proposed to build 65,000 houses in the conflict-hit region in four years.In an interview with The Hindu at his official residence, Cooray, who took over in mid-February, said: “Do not stop [the project]. Continue [the project] with various amendments.” Pointing out that a number of facilities such as cooking gas cylinder, cooker, computer and television had been planned to be provided to the beneficiaries of the project, the Governor said: “If you are going to oppose the project, people will feel you are jealous of them. My feeling is that people will like it [the project]… For those poor people, they also enjoy that type of life, which is good.” When referred to Chief Minister C.V. Wigneswaran’s complaint that elected representatives of the Northern Province were not taken into confidence while framing the scheme, Mr. Cooray concurred with him and added that “even the people” were not consulted. The issue of durability had to be addressed.On the issue of cost, “out of the money [of SLR 2.1 million for each house], we can build two houses. That will be a very good answer to the resettlement campaign.” Another 40,000 houses were required to be built in the North and the Governor would favour at least the number of houses to be increased to 90,000 under the present project.Emphasising that resettlement had to be given top priority, Mr. Cooray, who earlier served as Chief Minister of the Western Province twice and Central Minister, said that as part of the creation of livelihood opportunities, utilisation of the resources such as lagoons and palmyrah should be done to the maximum. Conscious of the growing trend of disinclination among youth to work in the farm sector, the Governor said greater focus should be provided on technical education. On various challenges faced by the Northern Province, he said that while it was “very difficult” to find people to teach Sinhala in Jaffna, the same was the case with skilled workers such as those engaged in plumbing, masonry and carpentry as such workers had migrated out of the country.As the province had been under the control of the Sri Lanka Army, Indian Army, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam and many other militant groups in the last 30 years, staff in the provincial administration had “no practice” with civilian administration, he added. “They have to learn again to work in a peaceful society.” (Colombo Gazette) He refused to divulge details of his suggestion, but indicated that some of the facilities, proposed to be given to beneficiaries, “are not needed.” Asked whether he communicated his position to the Central government, he said: “In writing, I did it. My job is done.”
Negotiations between the Niagara Catholic District School Board and the union representing its elementary teachers continued Monday after a lockout noticed was issued on Friday. If a deal isn’t hammered out within two weeks, 800 elementary teachers will be barred from school.It’s the 22nd time the two sides met since their contract expired in 2014. The scheduled meeting comes after the board notified its teachers that they will be locked out March 20th.Paul MacNeil from the Niagara Catholic School board says that the good news is that they are talking and negotiating and is optimistic.“Currently teachers are teaching the curriculum. they are teaching reading, writing, math, so obviously that will change for the students. that is obviously a big loss for the students.” says, Union President, Marie BalanowskiCurrently, salary for teachers at the board start anywhere from 40 to 70 thousand dollars and tops out at 94 thousand with benefits.But according to both sides, the negotiations have nothing to do with money, but they would not say why talks have taken over year.If a lockout is called, schools will still be open and with administrative staff taking over. But the board is giving parents the option of not sending their kids to school.Teachers have been ‘Working to Rule’ since September, eliminating extra-curricular activities for nearly 15 thousand students.So far the cost of negotiations have cost around 200 thousand dollars so far with 3 mediators but are all hopeful that a deal will be struck.
MOST PEOPLE JOIN trade unions to better their wages and working conditions. Few expect to be told to make sacrifices to restore the confidence of financial markets. Yet, this is precisely what the SIPTU and IMPACT union leaderships are doing with Croke Park 2.The proposal is to take another €1 billion from public sector employees in the next three years. That comes on top of pay cuts that already took 15 per cent their earnings.There is a sweet irony in all this. Hiking taxes and cutting pay in the midst of a recession dampens spending and prolongs an economic slow-down. The government was warned about this but continued regardless. National debt levels then rose and so they needed more money to ‘plug the hole’. The treadmill of austerity is becoming endless.The original Croke Park deal was not supposed to expire until 2014. But in an unprecedented move, the government is tearing it up so that it can take more. Promises that there would be no further pay cuts have been thrown aside like old electoral manifestos.Broken agreementsUnfortunately, this is not the first time an agreement was broken. A commitment to give workers under €35,000 some of the savings earned during Croke Park 1 was ignored. The union leaders complied in silence and this sign of weakness encouraged the government to come back for more.Croke Park 2 proposes to increase working hours so that the numbers of public servants can be further reduced – many of whom are working below 39 hours will see a significant increase in their working week. Those on 39 or more hours will have to give a one free hour of overtime. A longer working week means extra child care costs. A free hour of overtime means an effective pay cut for poorly paid workers who rely on it to boost earnings.Longer hours for nurses means a huge reversal in their long, hard-fought campaign to reduce their working week. It is unusual, to say the least, for a union leadership to recommend something like this, but it is incredible to do so as a way of reducing public employment during a recession.Croke Park 2 also involves significant attacks on earnings. Those who receive over €65,000 – and this includes allowances – will receive a direct cut of 5.5 per cent. Some will lose, through a cut, the Sunday premiums to time and three quarters; others will lose through a reduced overtime rate of time and a quarter; most white collar employees will lose through a three-month or six-month freeze on increments.‘Be smart and work for less’More generally, Croke Park 2 imposes a pay freeze until 2016 and, by then, workers will have spent seven years without a pay rise. Inflation is currently running at 2 percent and bills for property taxes are arriving. Later, there will be water charges and a new communications charge. ‘Be smart and work for less’ appears to be the only survival tip.Croke Park 2 also contains other bizarre points that will bring out the worst in macho managers. Forcible re-deployment up to 45 kilometres – and on occasion, longer – will be possible. Flexi time and work-sharing will be more limited and at a management’s discretion. Performance targets can be laid down for individuals and sackings can follow for those who don’t meet them. Those on the top of their pay scale can be told to give up an extra two days holidays a year.All of this amount to a serious reversal of rights won by trade unions over decades. This may explain the extraordinary underhanded games of divide and rule which some unions are playing.Exclusions from the talksThe Irish Times has revealed a confidential letter sent to fire-fighters which suggested that the ‘totality of their pay structure would be protected’. SIPTU claimed they got this because they stayed at the negotiating table but, in reality, it was a desperate move to stem the haemorrhage of members to the breakaway Irish Fire and Emergency Services Association. But it begged the question: if there is a back channel to do deals for some, why are others excluded? Why should paramedics who arrive at the scene of an accident not also have the ‘totality of their pay’ protected?When union leaders connive at these divisive manoeuvres, it brings into question their wider role. If the CEO of a major firm told shareholders that there would be no dividend payments for seven years and they would have to contribute more, they would be politely but firmly asked to step aside. Why then should union leaders who repeatedly fail to deliver for members stay in office for life?Many of the top echelons of the Irish union movement are members of the Labour Party. Indeed, it is well known that advancement in unions like SIPTU may be closely co-related to membership of that party. There is a conflict of interests here. One can either serve the Labour Party and its needs in government or one can serve the wider union membership – it is not possible at the moment to do both.Rejection likely – then what?Croke Park 2 is a watershed moment in the Irish trade union movement. Not only is rejection increasingly likely but the position of those who tried to sell it is coming under question. Many are already asking how do we change our leaders or our unions. They are finding that their freedom of association is restricted under ICTU anti-poaching rules and that the right of ordinary members to vote on the election of their leaders in unions has been removed.When Croke Park 2 is rejected, the unions will need to rapidly deal with these democratic deficits – or face a major period of internal turmoil.Kieran Allen is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology in University College Dublin. He is the author of Ireland’s Economic Crash (Dublin: Liffey Press 2009). He is also affiliated with the Socialist Workers Party and People Before Profit. To read more by Kieran Allen for TheJournal.ie click here.Read: Gardaí to show leniency at checkpoints under new work-to-rule measures>Column: Croke Park II underlines the need for a unilateral approach to public sector reform>
The boys are not happy, they want to sing about women and da club So Michael Bolton tries it with some other films… MICHAEL BOLTON TURNS 60 today.He is of course best known for his hair, his singing and his legendary status as confirmed by Rihanna.All of those things pale in comparison however, when it comes to the part he played in the recording of parody band The Lonely Island’s track Jack Sparrow.Here are the best bits:Michael arrives into the recording studio wearing ALL the makeupMichael Bolton wears these glasses to Da Club, while the boys rap Cut to Michael Bolton singing inexplicably about Captain Jack SparrowAnd the boys are all like…(Psst if the GIF above isn’t working for you, you might need to update your TheJournal.ie app) Michael Bolton continues to pepper the rap with Jack Sparrow references Completely lost? You can watch the whole video below then, and just try to tell us that Michael Bolton isn’t a legend! (Here’s 7 more reasons, in case you need them)YouTube/TheLonelyIsland7 things that prove Michael Bolton is a legend>9 reasons why we’ll do anything for Meat Loaf, but we won’t do that>
A hacker managed to hit a gold mine late last week as the customer database for marketing services company Epsilon was compromised. Epsilon specializes in sending permission-based e-mail marketing for its high-profile business clients including many well-known brands.The information exposed only amounted to names, e-mail addresses, and points balances in certain cases, but that doesn’t mean this is a breach users can ignore. The problem is, Epsilon is a service used by a lot of popular and successful customer-facing companies, meaning there’s a much greater chance all our e-mail addresses are on Epsilon’s database.Companies Epsilon counts as customers include Ameriprise Financial, Barclays Bank of Delaware, Best Buy, Brookstone, Capital One, Disney Destinations, Home Shopping Network, Kroger, JPMorgan Chase, LL Bean Visa Card, Marriott Rewards, McKinsey & Company, New York & Company, Ritz-Carlton Rewards, The College Board, TiVo, U.S. Bank, and Walgreens. Each of those companies has been affected by this and had customer e-mail addresses stolen. It’s also not the complete list as Epsilon has over 2,500 clients and we don’t yet know how much of the company’s database was accessed.The reason this is so serious is because whoever stole the information knows which companies Epsilon serves. It is therefore much easier to target an individual, whose full name is known, with a scam and have it succeed. As customers will be expecting regular e-mails from these companies anyway (as they gave permission to receive them), their defences are already part way down when one arrives in an inbox looking legitimate.Each company is taking action and contacting their customers to ensure they know of the threat. There is little anyone can do now this information is out in the wild, and it’s up to individuals to be vigilant when receiving marketing e-mails from any of these companies in the coming months.At the time of writing Epsilon’s website is down, no doubt under heavy load from people trying to find out what happened and if their e-mail address is part of the batch that was taken.Read more at Security Week and MSNBC (image courtesy of SW Graphic)
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Visitors to Athens, as well as the thousands of commuters passing by the Syntagma metro rail station daily, are up for a mirthful surprise. The station’s exhibition area is hosting a cartoon exhibition focusing on the European Union and the member-countries’ relations. Organised by the Greek Cartoonists’ Association, “Sweet Europe” offers a humorous and acute commentary on the plight of the European Union and the european culture, given the rise of fascism, xenophobia, unemployment and inequality. Given the impact of ‘Brexit’ on EU, the Greek Cartoonists Association invited 28 British cartoonists: Terry Anderson, Nathan Ariss, Sally Artz, Jeremy Banx, Rupert Besley, Andrew Birch, Steve “Brighty” Bright , Dave Brown, Matthew Buck, Andy Davey, Peter Dredge, Noel Ford, Steve “Jonesy” Jones, Chris Madden, Glenn Marshall, The _Surreal_McCoy, Fran Orford, Ken Pyne, Royston Robertson, Martin Rowson, William Rudling, Tim Ruscoe, Liam Higgins Saunders, Peter Schrank, Bill Stott, Mike Turner, Colin Whittock, Kipper Williamsto join the 29 Greek ones:Tasos Anastasiou, Kostas Vlahos, Dimitris Georgopalis, Kostas Grigoriadis, Spiros Derveniotis, Dranis, Panos Zaharis, Petros Zervos, John Antono, Yannis Ioannou, Mihalis Kountouris, Ilias Makris, Panos Maragos, Panagiotis Milas, Vasilis ‘Bas’ Mitropoulos, Kostas Mitropoulos, Panagiotis Mitsobonos, Efi Xenou, Spiros Ornerakis, Vasilis Papageorgiou, Vaggelis Pavlidis, Andreas Petroulakis, Konstantinos Rougeris, Soloup, Stathis, Maria Tzaboura, Dimitris Hatzopoulos, Vaggelis Herouvim taking part in the exhibition, not only with their work, but also by being there and guiding visitors.
Jon Moxley will not be attending Starrcast III, Conrad Thompson issues response During a recent interview over the weekend with Chris Van Vilet with WWE Hall of Famers Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan, Flair claimed that Ronda Rousey was signed to WWE for one year when asked about a potential match-up between Rousey and Charlotte Flair.Flair said in the interview that if a match were to happen between the two, it would have to be by WrestleMania 35 next April at MetLife Stadium in the New York/New Jersey area as that was when Rousey’s contract with WWE was expiring.Rousey was said to have signed a multi-year deal with WWE back in January when she debuted at the Royal Rumble in Philadelphia.Reason for Prichard podcast delaySam Roberts recently did an interview with Conrad Thompson, who hosts several podcasts for Bruce Prichard, Tony Schiavone and Eric Bischoff for MLW, including the WWE Network version of Prichard’s podcast entitled “Something Else to Wrestle With”.Thompson talked about the “Starrcast” convention he is running in September in conjunction with the big “ALL IN” event in Chicago, as well as why this past week’s episode of “Something Else to Wrestle With” on the WWE version of ECW was delayed from airing on WWE Network for a few days due to “creative differences” with WWE.You can listen to the full interview below. Google+ Facebook Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Dustin Rhodes on AEW against NXT: “I don’t consider us going to war with anybody” WhatsApp ROH World Champion Matt Taven’s contract set to expire at the end of September Twitter
The new airport lounges have been designed to enhance the international pre-flight experience for Qantas customers, reflecting their local destinations in design and through cuisine. “Our customers consistently tell us that Qantas lounges are a key part of their journey,” Qantas International chief executive Simon Hickey said. Qantas has announced details of its new Hong Kong and Los Angeles lounges, opening 2014. Mr Hickey says the majority of inbound Qantas flights to Australia are overnight and therefore customers are keen to dine in the lounge prior to flying in order to maximise their rest time. Source = ETB News: P.T. Qantas’ Hong Kong Lounge will open March 2014 and Los Angeles Business Lounge April next year. “The success of our new Singapore lounge reaffirms our strategy of investing in international lounges which are just as important for our customers.” Neil Perry’s Rockpool and Spice Temple restaurants has inspired the regional Asian dishes that will be available to customers in Hong Kong, whilst LA offers a mix of West Coast and Asian flavours.
“We also expressed surprise, based on our view that the case related to legitimate discussions between Flight Centre and some airlines to ensure it had access to all fares that were released to the market, Flight Centre Travel Group has lodged an appeal to the Federal Court’s decision to uphold the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) case that it fixed prices on international flights. ““When the ACCC initiated legal action in 2012, we considered the case ironic given that Flight Centre pioneered airfare discounting in Australia,” Mr Turner said. Flight Centre’s managing director Graham Turner said that Flight Centre could not believe that the ACCC made the case in the first place. However, Flight Centre believes it has grounds to win the case, claiming that the previous Federal Court judgement contained “errors and inappropriate extensions of the law” and that the AUD $11 million fine it received is “manifestly excessive”. The Federal Court has previously ruled that Flight Centre had competed with airlines on retail or distribution margins on international affairs and sought to stop the airlines under cutting those fares. Source = ETB News: Tom Neale “Having access to all fares is important because it ensures our customers are not disadvantaged.”Flight Centre has said it will respect the Court’s decision in the event it loses again. Flight Centre’s decision means that the Full Court of the Federal Court will hear the case, which alleges that Flight Centre tried to illegally price fix flights by attempting to collude with Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines and Emirates over four years, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
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