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GOD’S PLAN – Hip Hop Dance vs Bhangra @ NBA Toronto Raptors HALF TIME Battle for Nav Bhatia


On April 4th 2018 30 Jade’s Hip Hop Acadmey and House of Bhangra dancers ages 10-17 took to the court in Toronto at Half Time to Battle it out to Drake’s GOD”S PLAN master mix celebrating the SUPERFAN Nav Bhatia Baisakhi Game. Choreographed by Jade Jager Clark, Vic Sehdev and Navi Dhillon Mix by DJ KSR On behalf of both studios and all dancers we would all like to thank Nav Bhatia and Rinku @fictionstreetmedia once again for this amazing opportunity. Choreographed by: Jade Jager Clark @jadejagerclark Navi Dhillon @navi.dhillion.13 Mohit Singh @immmohit Music Magenta Riddim – DJ Snake God’s Plan – Drake High End – Diljit Dosanjh Performed by Students from: Jade’s Hip Hop Academy @jadeshiphopacad www.jadeshiphopacademy.com House of Bhangra @houseofbhangra www.houseofbhangra.ca Music Mix by: DJ KSR @djksr www.djksr.com Videography by: Axel Villamil @redlabelstudios

YG Hits a Fan From Stage in Edmonton, Canada Concert @ Encore Club (2 Videos)

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Footage Ensuing Riots
West Coast Rapper YG concert, Edmonton ( Alberta ). My Krazy Life tour Canada.
Yg concert lasted barely 20 mins then YG attacks a fan from stage.
Fan was angry because YG lost his voice (sore throat) at the very begining of the concert and went backstage.
YG lost his voice two songs into his set. Rather than own up to the fault, he first tried to get his DJ to raise the volume and mask his voice(as you can see in the video playing songs like “we dem boys” he doesn’t even relate to ). When that didn’t work, he resorted to throwing water bottles.

One of his fan was frustrated by his charade (not performing his own songs but instead playing other top songs and dancing around) so he started throwing ice cubes at him. YG scanned the crowed and when he figured out who was it he jumped right onto him from stage and punched the guy.
0:08 YG warned crowd don’t do it(don’t throw the ice cubes).
what else you can say Shit just got real.
after that errbody started tossing bottles or whatever was in their hand(ice,bowls,cans,water etc.)

YG also had fight with 4 guys in parking lot who were trying to break windows of his car.

I didn’t tape it all bc one of my friend fall victim to the flying bottle and blood was all over his face. We were dancing near to the stage and all the flying bottles were coming at us so we thought who cares for a damn video, protect your mf asses first lol.

Bickin Back Bein Booooeeedd lol

Two Canadians among 21 killed in Kabul restaurant attack

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Christina Commisso and Corinne Ton That, CTVNews.ca
Published Saturday, January 18, 2014 9:49AM EST
Last Updated Saturday, January 18, 2014 10:25PM EST

Two Canadian accountants are among the 21 victims of a suicide bombing at a restaurant popular with foreign nationals in Kabul, Afghanistan.

CTV News has confirmed that the two men killed when a suicide bomber and two others with guns attacked Friday, are Martin Glazer of Gatineau, Que., and Peter McSheffrey of Ottawa, both of whom worked for the Quebec accounting firm Samson & Associates.

In a statement, Peter’s brother Robert McSheffrey said family and friends “are all grieving his tragic and shocking loss.”

Two Canadians among 21 killed in Kabul

Martin Glazer, left, and Peter McSheffrey, right, were killed in a suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan on Friday, Jan. 17, 2014.

Two Canadians among 21 killed in Kabul

An Afghan driver removes a broken windshield of his car following the Friday’s suicide attack and shooting in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014. (AP / Rahmat Gul)

Canadians killed in suicide bombing in Afghanistan

Afghan security forces personnel investigate the site of Friday’s suicide attack and shooting, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014. (AP / Rahmat Gul)

International community condemns Kabul attack

Afghan security forces investigate the aftermath of Friday’s suicide attack and shooting in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014. (AP / Rahmat Gul)

“What makes this particularly difficult for the family is that Peter was the victim of senseless violence against innocent people. Peter loved to travel and was doing meaningful work.”

Pierre Samson, of Samson & Associates, told CTV News Channel on Saturday that the two men were doing auditing work for the Canadian International Development Agency in Afghanistan.

“We’ve never had problems before, but I think in this case they were in the wrong place at the wrong time, unfortunately,” Samson said, explaining that the two men were eating dinner when the attack occurred.

Samson said one of the men killed in the attack had been to Afghanistan before, and both men had received training prior to the trip.

“We have training from International Affairs and Consular Affairs, who say … what they should do and what they should not be doing (in a war zone),” he said.

The international community is condemning the attack, which left a total of 21 dead, including 13 foreigners and eight Afghans.

The deceased at the La Taverna du Liban restaurant included American, British, Lebanese, Russian, Danish and Malaysian citizens.

Khanjar Wabel Abdallah of Lebanon, the head of the International Monetary Fund in Afghanistan, and three United Nations staff – Nasreen Khan, a UNICEF health specialist from Pakistan, Basra Hassan, a Somali-American working as a nutrition specialist for UNICEF, and Vadim Nazarov, a political affairs officer from Russia – were among those killed.

The U.S. Embassy in Kabul confirmed that three Americans were killed, including two university employees working for the American University of Afghanistan.

Others identified were two British citizens – development specialist Dharmender Singh Phangura and bodyguard Simon Chase.

A Taliban suicide bomber had detonated an explosive at the popular Kabul restaurant that at the time was packed with wealthy Afghans and foreigners. Following the explosion, two other attackers entered and fired bullets into the crowd.

Canada’s Foreign Affairs minister, the Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned the attack and demanded an end to the violence.

“Canada condemns in the strongest possible terms the targeted, cowardly terrorist attack today on a restaurant in Kabul,” John Baird said in a statement Friday. “On behalf of all Canadians, we extend our sincerest condolences to the families and friends of those who were killed and injured in this horrible and senseless act of terror.”

The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, saying it was reprisal for an Afghan military operation earlier in the week against insurgents in Parwan province, which the insurgents claimed killed many civilians.

“The target of the attack was a restaurant frequented by high-ranking foreigners,” Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said in an emailed statement to the Associated Press. He said the attack targeted a place “where the invaders used to dine with booze and liquor in the plenty.”

With files from The Canadian Press and The Associated Press

First N America H5N1 bird flu death confirmed in Canada

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Canadian health officials have confirmed the first known fatal case of the H5N1 avian influenza strain in North America.

Canadian Health Minister Rona Ambrose said the deceased person was an Alberta resident who had recently travelled to Beijing.

Calling the death an “isolated case”, Ms Ambrose said the risk to the general population was low.

Ten people have died in Alberta this season from swine flu, or H1N1.

H5N1 infects the lower respiratory tract deep in the lung, where it can cause deadly pneumonia.

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Rona Ambrose

The risk of getting H5N1 is very low. This is not the regular seasonal flu. This is an isolated case.”

Rona Ambrose Canadian Health Minister

The World Health Organisation (WHO) says it is difficult to transmit the virus from person to person but when people do become infected, the mortality rate is about 60%.

In the latest incident, the infected person first showed symptoms of the flu on an Air Canada flight from Beijing to Vancouver on 27 December, officials said.

The passenger continued on to Edmonton and on 1 January was admitted to hospital where they died two days later.

Canadian federal health officials said they would not identify the patient’s sex, age or occupation.

Ms Ambrose said Canadian officials were working with Chinese authorities on the case.

“The risk of getting H5N1 is very low. This is not the regular seasonal flu. This is an isolated case,” she said.

According to the WHO, between 2003 and December 2013 there were 648 confirmed human cases of H5N1 infection in 15 countries, leading to 384 deaths.

Experts say that if the H5N1 virus were to mutate and become easily transmissible between humans, the consequences for public health could be very serious.

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