OTTAWA – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau doesn’t seem inclined to accept an NDP proposal aimed at ensuring only non-partisan individuals are appointed to be independent federal watchdogs — even though his first such appointment blew up in his face.The NDP is proposing to change parliamentary rules to require that a special multi-party committee — on which no single party has a majority — would have to give its stamp of approval to anyone nominated by the government to be an officer of Parliament.The proposal comes on the heels of controversy over Trudeau’s first pick to fill one of the watchdog roles — Madeleine Meilleur as official languages commissioner.Meilleur, a former Ontario Liberal cabinet minister who donated to both the federal Liberal party and Trudeau’s leadership campaign in the past, withdrew her candidacy last week after weeks of fierce criticism about her partisan allegiance to the government she was supposed to hold to account.Despite the furor, Trudeau is defending his new “merit-based” appointment process and is refusing to endorse the NDP proposal.At the same time, his government House leader, Bardish Chagger, is raising objections to the NDP plan.
IQALUIT, Nunavut – The federal Liberal government is turning its face to the North with changes in a major ministry and at the Canadian Coast Guard.“It is definitely a step toward a northern strategy,” Fisheries and Oceans Minister Jonathan Wilkinson said Wednesday in Iqaluit, Nunavut. “This is a pretty significant step forward.”Together with the president of Canada’s national Inuit organization, Wilkinson announced his department and the coast guard will have divisions solely devoted to Arctic affairs.Responsibility for the North has been divvied up between west, east and central divisions. Having the entire region under one administration will make a big difference, said Natan Obed of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami.“This (division) will need to make very clear decisions around ensuring that Inuit communities are supported through the coast guard in a more comprehensive way, whether that’s search and rescue or breaking ice for (community) resupply,” he said.Wilkinson said there will be consultations across the North on the department and the coast guard.“It’ll mean northern employment. It’ll mean building out capacity in the North. It’ll mean investments in the North.“Part of the announcement today is saying to northerners, ‘Made-in-Ottawa solutions for the North really haven’t been that effective.’ We want to develop made-in-the-North solutions.”Inuit leaders have already told Wilkinson about increased vessel traffic necessitating better search-and-rescue and spill response. Discussions on the department’s northern science capacity will also be held, he said.One critic suggested the reorganization will be ineffective without more money and a real commitment to the North.“The coast guard is so chronically underfunded,” said Rob Huebert, a political science professor and Arctic expert at the University of Calgary.“It’s always about the shell game — let’s reorganize it in some way that will solve the real problem, which is underfunding.”Huebert said the Arctic has not been a priority for the Liberals. He noted that the government still hasn’t developed an overall policy for the region despite election promises to create one early in its mandate. The value of Wednesday’s announcement is still unknown, he said.“Is this about saying, ‘Yes, we’re doing something different and creating a new zone just prior to the election to cover up the fact that so little has been done on the Arctic file’ or is it the precursor of something more meaningful?’”Huebert said the purchase in August of three used icebreakers as a 20-year stopgap before a new one is built is an example.“We’re just back to replacements, with something that hasn’t been planned for.”Wilkinson said an Arctic policy is forthcoming.“There is a northern strategy that is under development.”Obed praised the federal government for working with the Inuit. His group was consulted on who was hired to lead the Arctic divisions — both of which will be headquartered in the North.“The ongoing relationship continues a true partnership in trying to understand how to create a space that has an Inuit-centred policy and ensure that the region functions as well as it possibly can,” he said.— By Bob Weber in Edmonton. Follow @row1960 on Twitter.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. A previous version said the announcement was made by Dominic LeBlanc.
New Delhi: State-owned miner NMDC Ltd Wednesday cautioned against a fake recruitment notice for the post of executive trainees. NMDC has observed that some websites have hosted recruitment notice about ‘NMDC Executive Trainees Recruitment 2019’, the PSU said in a statement.”This is to inform that it is a fake news that is being spread through websites and social media with malicious intent. All concerned are requested to beware of such mischievous act aiming to deceive the innocent by fraudulent means and hence do not pay any attention or act upon it,” the company said. Also Read – Commercial vehicle sales to remain subdued in current fiscal: IcraNMDC said that it has not issued any such notification pertaining to the recruitment of executive trainees on any website or newspaper. “NMDC does not take any responsibility for public responding to/applying against such fake posts,” the company added. According to its website, NMDC, under the Ministry of Steel, is India’s largest iron ore producer, presently producing about 30 million tonnes of iron ore from 3 fully mechanized mines.
The concert, held in the General Assembly Hall at UN Headquarters in New York, featured a 170-piece symphony orchestra and polyphonic choir performing pieces based on original scores which were composed, orchestrated and conducted by Mr. Morricone. Selections included the composition “Voci dal Silenzio” (“Voices from Silences”) which he wrote after the events of 11 September 2001 and is in memory of victims of all massacres throughout history.Mr. Morricone, who is set to receive an Honorary Academy Award this month to celebrate his many contributions to cinematic music, dedicated tonight’s performance to all UN staff.Mr. Ban paid tribute to Mr. Morricone and his musicians “for recognizing the valiant work carried out by our men and women around the world – for peace, for human rights, for the environment, for the Millennium Development Goals.” These targets, known as MDGs, were agreed to at a 2000 UN Summit and aim to slash a host of global ills such as poverty and illiteracy by the year 2015. “Maestro Morricone, all of us working on these formidable tasks deeply appreciate this gesture of solidarity,” the Secretary-General said.In his prolific career, Mr. Morricone has scored over 450 movies and television programmes. He is a five-time Oscar nominee for the music he composed for “Days of Heaven,” “The Mission,” “The Untouchables,” “Bugsy” and “Malena.”He also helped to define the spaghetti western genre, having collaborated with famed Italian film director Sergio Leone on such movies as “A Fistful of Dollars.” Other well-known Morricone scores include “Nuevo Cinema Paradiso,” “Once Upon a Time in America” and “The Legend of 1900,” for which he won a Golden Globe Award.Mr. Ban praised Mr. Morricone’s drama-filled compositions which have “been used to tell stories about people with big dreams,” but has also showed us “the good, the bad and the ugly,” borrowing the title of one of Mr. Morricone’s most famous films.“In other words, your music could serve as the soundtrack for my first few weeks in office!” joked Mr. Ban, whose tenure as Secretary-General began on 1 January. 2 February 2007Renowned Italian composer and conductor Ennio Morricone performed a concert this evening at the United Nations entitled “Message for Peace” in support of the Organization’s global work.
A Canadian citizen has been killed in Mexico, according to Global Affairs Canada. Consular officials are reportedly providing assistance to the victim’s family. The department did not disclose further details but a spokesperson said their thoughts and prayers are with the family. The Yucatan Times has reported a 70-year-old Canadian man was found dead in an apartment in the city of Progresco. The local media source said the man was found with at least five stab wounds to his chest and neck.
“Joint grass roots initiatives between Palestinian and Israeli [non-governmental organizations], as well as Jewish and Arab groups in the United States, Europe and elsewhere, should be encouraged,” the Secretary-General said in a statement to the International Conference of Civil Society in Support of the Palestinian People, which got underway today at UN Headquarters in New York.”The public all over the world, especially within the most influential countries, has to be informed, so that it can grasp the broader picture and the issues at stake,” he added. “Humanitarian assistance has to be provided urgently to the suffering Palestinian population.”The two-day Conference, organized by the UN Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People, aims to give civil society organizations from around the world an opportunity to exchange views on the current situation in the Middle East and to coordinate their activities and develop action-oriented proposals in support of the Palestinian people.In his remarks, the Secretary-General noted that the UN has been providing assistance to the Palestinians for more than half a century, with the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) the longest-running relief effort undertaken by the Organization in any part of the world and a lifeline to more than 3.9 million Palestinians. Meanwhile, UN envoys have tried to address the political, security and humanitarian aspects of the conflict.”In spite of all these endeavours, peace seems as far away as ever. To bring it once again within our reach, numerous factors have to be propitious, and pressure has to be brought to bear from many sides,” the Secretary-General said in his message, which was delivered on his behalf by the UN Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Kieran Prendergast. “The political leadership of both parties has to be encouraged in the direction of accepting difficult compromises.”
“The Executive Director of the World Food Programme (WFP), James Morris, who is the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Humanitarian Needs in Southern Africa, says he had good meetings yesterday with Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe,” UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric told journalists at the daily noon briefing.“WFP says the Government would welcome food aid from the United Nations and other agencies,” he added. Mr. Morris also met with government ministers, the UN Country Team, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and donors as part of this 11-day tour of the region.With the help of the UN Country Team, WFP was preparing to obtain and distribute 200,000 to 300,000 tons of maize in the southern African country, he said. “James Morris also raised the issue of forced urban land clearance and the President assured him that human rights would be respected,” Mr. Dujarric said.
Google rend hommage au découvreur de la vitamine CEn ce 16 septembre, Google a décidé de rendre hommage à un prix Nobel de médecine qui aurait eu 118 ans aujourd’hui. Il s’agit de Albert-Szent-Györgyi, le scientifique hongrois qui a découvert la vitamine C. C’est un logo très fruitier qui s’affiche aujourd’hui sur la page d’accueil du moteur de recherche. Comme le veut la tradition, Google a en effet décidé de créer un Doodle original pour célébrer un évènement bien particulier : en ce 16 septembre, c’est le 118e anniversaire de la naissance d’Albert Szent-Györgyi. Ce nom ne vous dit peut-être pas grand chose mais les travaux de ce scientifique hongrois né en 1893 se sont révélés capitaux et lui ont même valu de recevoir le prix Nobel de médecine en 1937. À lire aussiÉquinoxe du Printemps : pourquoi tombe-t-il le 20 mars ?Une récompense qu’il a reçue “pour ses découvertes liées aux processus de combustion chimique, avec une mention spéciale à la vitamine C et à la catalyse de l’acide fumarique”, explique un texte de la Fondation Nobel. En effet, c’est à l’université de Szeged en 1931 que Albert Szent-Györgyi aidé d’un autre chercheur Joseph Svirbely, a découvert les propriétés de ce qu’il avait alors appelé “l’acide hexuronique”, aujourd’hui connu sous le nom d’acide ascorbique. D’autres découvertes Mais ce n’est pas tout puisque dans les années suivantes, il a également été à l’origine de la découverte de l’acide fumarique et de son rôle dans les mitochondries, véritable usine énergétique contenue dans nos cellules. De même, il s’est aussi intéressé au mouvement musculaire, identifiant les mécanismes et les molécules responsables de la contraction des fibres musculaires. Des travaux qu’il a poursuivis durant la majeure partie de sa vie mais qu’il a dû interrompre durant la Seconde guerre mondiale au cours de laquelle il a rejoint un mouvement de résistance.Emigré aux Etats-Unis après la guerre, il a alors repris ses travaux puis a commencé à s’intéresser de plus en plus à la recherche sur le cancer, créant la National Foundation for Cancer Research dans les années 1970. Après s’être illustré dans de nombreux domaines, il est finalement décédé dans le Massachusetts, le 22 octobre 1986, à l’âge vénérable de 93 ans. Le 16 septembre 2011 à 15:29 • Maxime Lambert
With the early spring’s wet and chilly snap wrapped up and Memorial Day weekend on its way, officials are asking for people to be careful on and around the water as conditions warm up.The Columbia River is still high and its current fast due to snowmelt.“The high water’s kind of unusual, and it’s unusual in the fact that they’re anticipating it being high pretty much all summer,” said Clark County sheriff’s Sgt. Brett Anderson, one of the agency’s water patrol deputies.Higher water and faster currents have contributed to at least one death on the Columbia River this year.On Monday night, a boat slammed into one of the Interstate 205 Bridge’s support columns. The speed boat sank, and someone on the shore brought its two occupants back to land. One of them, Heidi Knight, 46, of Wilsonville, Ore., did not survive.Multnomah County Sheriff’s Lt. Chad Gaidos said the crash was still under investigation but noted that the high and fast water, along with the boat’s speed, factored into the crash.With the water moving that quickly, boats — which aren’t that maneuverable as it is — have a harder time avoiding trouble should something go wrong.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, January 21, 2018 – Nassau – Minister of Health Dr. the Hon. Duane Sands said over the years, Pastoral Care Givers are not limited to experience training in only the local hospitals, namely Princess Margaret Hospital and Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre, the Simpson Penn Centre for Boys, the Willamae Pratt Centre for Girls and the All Saints Camp, but clinical sites also include Her Majesty’s Prison Services, and even some public schools.“For this accomplishment of persistent progress over the years, I thank you Pastoral Care Givers and challenge you to stay the course,” the Health Minister said during the during the Clinical Pastoral Education 7th Commencement Exercise at Government House, Tuesday, January 16, 2018.He told the graduates that they have been bestowed with a tremendous responsibility. “You will be looked upon as persons occupying a position of reverence and responsibility.“Indeed, it is expected that you will bring about change in the lives of everyone you happen to come in contact with. Your rigorous training, which would have included copious hours sharing written case studies, verbatim reports, and ward rounds in partnership with our health care professionals, has qualified you to be of much service to those in need.”“However, in my experience, the real success of your interactions with others will lie in the quality of the experience you give to those you come into contact with.”Dr. Sands noted that while the role of Pastoral Care Givers is often not considered when discussing health professions, it is important to recognise that they, in fact, represent a vital “pillar of strength” trained to keep all of patients, staff and the public, balanced.“You are our first responders in the face of emotional and spiritual crisis. You are advocates for the religious freedoms, and human rights of marginalized; the voiceless and the poor even in the regimented and high-pressure institutional environments of our public hospitals. Yours is an important role that improves the care patients receive, and this means that we are all Partners Together in the Delivery of Healthcare.”He added, “As you assume your role as Pastoral Care Givers within the Public Hospitals Authority at its various institutions, it is expected that you be compassionate, sympathetic and sensitive to the internal cry of our patients and staff. Honour your assignments to the various institutions you are attached to; step-up to the plate to meet the demands that await you. Graduates, you must always be ready and willing to serve.”By: Llonella Gilbert (BIS)Photo Caption: Minister of Health Dr. the Hon. Duane Sands (seated in the centre) is pictured with platform guests and graduates during the Clinical Pastoral Education 7th Commencement Exercise at Government House, Tuesday, January 16, 2018.(BIS Photo/Patrick Hanna) Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
HOMESTEAD, FLA. (WSVN) – A man came home to a big (and long) surprise, Monday, when he encountered a 8-foot-long Burmese python climbing a tree in his front yard.According to police, a python was climbing the tree of homeowner Paul Mazzei’s front yard, located along Southwest 328th Street and 167th Avenue, Tuesday night.A neighbor was the first one to spot the impressive snake as it slithered across the street.“A neighbor of mine was walking his dog in the back of our house, and he noticed a large snake in the middle of the street,” said Mazzei. “He called me on my cellphone and took some pictures and sent it to me.”Soon after, a large crowd gathered around the tree to see the python for themselves.The homeowner then called the police, and the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Venom Team arrived to the home and removed the snake from the tree.Burmese python sightings are becoming more common in South Florida as their population has grown. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Email Missy Elliott To Headline Pharrell Williams’ Yellow Ball In Brooklyn Missy Elliott To Headline Yellow Ball In Brooklyn missy-elliott-headline-pharrell-williams-yellow-ball-brooklyn Facebook Twitter A unique creative partnership is raising funds for public arts education and awareness that private companies can make positive social contributions of their ownPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Aug 8, 2018 – 5:59 pm Pharrell Williams is throwing the black-tie Yellow Ball on Sept. 10 at the Brooklyn Museum to benefit Young Audiences Arts for Learning. As a dedicated art installation and high-cuisine dinner set the scene, musical performances will headline multiple GRAMMY winner Missy Elliott along with A$AP Ferg and DJ Stretch Armstrong.In a Billboard interview, Williams described pitching the concept to American Express Platinum, who is donating an independent $1 million to the Young Audiences charity. “When we talked about doing the Yellow Ball and I told them I wanted it to be about arts and education, they didn’t blink,” he said. “What I wanted to do with them was just going to be yet another great thing that they do in the world.”Looking at the failure to support public arts education as a federal priority, he thought to expand on his relationship with the corporation and was surprised by the philanthropic activities AmEx was already involved in — an education he had not expected to receive. “So we need to talk to all the corporations that we can — that care — now,” he continued, outlining his hopes that people-power can partner increasingly with the private sector to protect creativity. https://twitter.com/Pharrell/status/1027208284002873349 News “Music and the arts have been part of my life since birth, but it was my teachers, Mr. Warren, Mrs. Warren and Mr. Sharps, who exposed me to so many different kinds of music, that it expanded my mind and my imagination,” said Williams in an Aug. 8 statement. “I would not be where I am today without music and arts education in my school as a youth. This is why I am so grateful that American Express is working with me to make sure we keep arts and music in our schools, accessible to all, where it belongs.”Priced at $250 per ticket/donation, the black-tie affair is available to cardholders while seats last, and gives them the option of trading in their existing Platinum cards for the special-event’s Yellow card designed by Williams himself. AmEx also intends to base a promotional campaign with Williams on his musical searches for inspiration and the important role played by creativity.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read more
File photoIn the wake of recent demonstrations for higher wages by workers in Savar and Ashulia on the outskirts of the capital, the pay structure of RMG sector has been readjusted and many workers have returned to work, RMG insiders said.However, the workers who had been part of the demonstrations, now fear losing their jobs, labour leaders alleged.The leaders also said the workers fear arrest as factory authorities filed cases accusing about 2,500 workers on charges of stealing and vandalism of factories.Union leaders said almost all the workers accused in the cases have lost their jobs. A significant number of female RMG workers have also been included in the lay off.Bangladesh Garments Sramik Sanghati president Taslima Aktar said the workers will take to the streets again, protesting against the law suits and suspension.Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) president Siddiqur Rahman told Prothom Alo that it was decided at a tripartite meeting at the secretariat on Tuesday that innocent workers will not be harassed.”Those who were involved in vandalism would be brought to book. A number of cases were filed accordingly,” he said.The BGMEA president said the labour leaders did not make any complaint to them about the job cut.Ashulia police station officer-in-charge Rezaul Haque said some 12 workers were arrested in eight law suits with his police station. More cases are in the pipeline, he added.According to Savar police station, some eight workers were arrested in two law suits with the police station.Talking to some female RMG workers including Khushi Begum at Jamgora of Ashulia, they said a number of their fellow male workers were made accused and they were not attending to work.Savar committee president of Bangladesh Garments and Industrial Workers Federation, Md Ibrahim said a large number of workers are coming to him after losing jobs.The workers of different garment factories including FNF Apparels, Al Gausia Garments, Knit Asia, Hollywood Garments and FGS Denim have communicated with him.”The workers fear the cases. They are also afraid that if the list of suspended workers is posted online, they will be blacklisted by BGMEA and will not be employed in future,” Md Ibrahim said.Biplabi Garments and Textile Sramik Forum convener Shahidul Islam said a number of workers in Ulail area of Savar were accused and they also lost jobs.The retrenched workers have already started finding jobs in other factories, he said adding it was noticed in the past that the workers, who lost jobs, had to change their professions.Workers in hidingLocal landlords and garment workers said many of the workers had left their houses after the cases were filed.Officials at Ashulia police station said on 8 January, security officer Abdus Salam of Charabag Knitting and Dying factory filed a case with Ashulia police station against 55 identified and 300 more unidentified workers for vandalising the factory and looting readymade garments worth Tk 500,000 from there.On 9 January, Baraipara area’s Mahmad Fashion factory authorities filed a case against 29 identified workers among 54 for beating officials, looting garments and intimidating the authorities.Kathgara area’s Orbit Apparels filed a case against 50 unidentified workers on the same grounds on the same day.On 10 January, AR Jeans Producers authorities filed another case against 311 workers mentioning names of 61 workers for beating up factory officials, vandalism and robbing laptops.The authorities of the Knit Asia in the Ashulia’s Narshinhapur filed case against 50 workers of the factory for beating factory officials and vandalism on the same day.Also, on 13 January, JK Groups filed a case against 25 identified and 165 unidentified workers with Savar police station for robbery and beating officials.Earlier on 8 January, industrial police filed a case against 1,500 unidentified workers with the Savar police station.Dhaka district police superintendent Shah Mizan Shafiur Rahman said the cases were filed against those who committed the crime. The police are careful about harassment of any innocent workers, he added.A notice hung on the gate of AR Jeans Producers states temporary suspension order of 172 workers.The workers at the factory said they joined the demonstration peacefully, boycotting their work. They did not take part in vandalism, road blockading or beating officials.Despite their peaceful demonstration, they have now been suspended.Fifty per cent of the suspended employees have been sued, said the victims adding that, some of them have already been arrested by the police.Asked about the matter, Nazma Aktar, president of Sommilito Garments Sramik Federation, a garment workers’ rights body, said, “We repeatedly told a meeting on Tuesday not to suspend and harass the innocent workers.”“The demonstrations of the workers may have been brought under control through cases, suspension and threatening them with the police, but it will bring no good in future,” she added.“I request the government to look into the negligence of the owners.”*This report, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Rabiul Islam and Toriqul Islam
Xydakis also told the AP that conservation and restoration work is under way that will eventually allow public access to a resplendent — albeit plundered — ancient tomb excavated amid a media frenzy last year at Amphipolis, in northern Greece.The excavation uncovered vaulted chambers decorated with big marble sphinxes, a pair of larger-than-life statues of young women and an ornate mosaic pavement. But there was nothing to back up initial speculation linking the monument with a relative or aide of ancient warrior-king Alexander the Great.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greece’s culture minister said Friday he has not ruled out court action to try and force the return of the ancient Parthenon sculptures from the British Museum in London, but diplomacy seems like the most effective option.Nikos Xydakis told The Associated Press the latter course has worked well so far, winning over British public opinion — although the London museum insists it legally acquired the marble works and has no plans to return them. Greece’s culture minister Nikos Xydakis listens a question during an interview with the Associated Press in Athens, Friday, May 15, 2015. Xydakis says he has not ruled out court action for the return of the ancient Parthenon Sculptures from the British Museum in London, but diplomacy still seems the most effective option. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis) New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Comments Share Quick workouts for men Sponsored Stories Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Top Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement “Our priority is to seek the marbles, in any way,” he said in an interview. “Court action is one of many courses. But the political and diplomatic path … remains our basic advantage.”Lord Elgin, a Scottish nobleman, removed the marble works from the Parthenon Temple on the Acropolis more than two centuries ago, when Greece was still an unwilling dominion of the Turkish Ottoman Empire.Athens has long maintained that the 5th century B.C. sculptures, which stood on the temple for over 2,000 years, were illegally taken and should be reunited with other surviving sections in a landmark new museum under the Acropolis.The prospect of a legal challenge gained momentum last year when a team of London lawyers, including Amal Clooney, wife of U.S. film star George Clooney, visited Athens and met officials from Greece’s previous conservative government.International advocacy groups backing Athens expressed dismay Thursday after Xydakis was quoted as rejecting the idea.But the minister said that, while any legal opinion is useful, neither the previous government nor the current, radical left-led administration had ever committed to court action as their only option. 5 ways to recognize low testosterone The difference between men and women when it comes to pain
Hagia Sophia was a Greek Orthodox Christian patriarchal basilica (church), later converted into an Ottoman mosque and now a museum (Ayasofya Müzesi) in Istanbul, Turkey. Famous for its massive dome, it is considered the embodiment of Byzantine architecture and is said to have “changed the history of architecture.”Source: World Travel Guides
The game got off to a good start for the Cardinals when David Johnson took the opening kickoff 108 yards for a touchdown, but the Cardinals had trouble pulling away from the hosting Bears through the game’s first 20 minutes or so. However, Larry Fitzgerald caught a touchdown pass late in the second quarter, and on the ensuing Bears possession safety Tony Jefferson picked off Bears QB Jay Cutler and returned the ball 26 yards for a score. The Bears added a pair of field goals prior to the end of the half to pull within eight, but Fitzgerald and Johnson each reached the end zone in the third quarter (Johnson on a 13-yard run), and the receiver added his final score late in the fourth. In all, the veteran wideout caught eight passes for 112 yards and three touchdowns to lead Arizona to a comfortable road win. No. 9Oct. 26 – Cardinals 26, Ravens 18, Week 7The Cardinals welcomed the bright lights of Monday Night Football with a shaky performance that featured enough big moments to entertain a national TV audience. Arizona trailed 10-7 with 3:54 left in the second quarter, but Carson Palmer found Michael Floyd for a touchdown with just more than one minute remaining in the half, and the Cardinals led the rest of the way. Things got tense in the fourth quarter, however, as the home team nursed an eight-point lead only to see the Ravens reach the Arizona four. The Cardinals blitzed Ravens QB Joe Flacco, who threw high to tight end Crockett Gilmore, and safety Tony Jefferson sealed the win by picking off the pass in the end zone. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires In this piece, we try to rank the victories, albeit with the understanding that this is a very subjective list.No. 14Nov. 1 – Cardinals 34, Browns 20, Week 8In what was largely an uninspired performance against a team that would have been difficult to be inspired against, the Cardinals fell behind early only to to dominate the second half and earn a road win. Carson Palmer threw for 374 yards and four touchdowns — two of which went to tight end Troy Niklas, the first TDs of his career. Chris Johnson ran for 109 yards on 30 carries, while Michael Floyd led receivers with 106 yards and a touchdown on four catches.No. 13Sept. 27 – Cardinals 47, 49ers 7, Week 3Going into the game most figured the Cardinals were a better team than their NFC West rivals, and it did not take long for that belief to turn into verifiable fact. Arizona took a 14-0 first-quarter lead on pick-sixes from Justin Bethel and Tyrann Mathieu, while a pair of Chris Johnson touchdown runs in the second quarter combined with a Chandler Catanzaro field goal to give the home team a 31-7 lead. Larry Fitzgerald went on to catch a pair of touchdowns in the second half, putting the cherry on top of a nine-reception, 134-yard performance. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling No. 8Dec. 6 – Cardinals 27, Rams 3, Week 13The Rams had knocked off the Cardinals in Glendale earlier in the season, and no doubt Arizona went into this game looking for payback. Goal achieved. It was not always pretty, but the Cardinals dominated the Rams as Carson Palmer threw for 356 yards and two touchdowns while David Johnson ran for 99 yards on 22 carries. John Brown led Arizona receivers with 113 yards on six catches while the defense limited stud rookie Todd Gurley to just 41 rushing yards.No. 7Nov. 29 – Cardinals 19, 49ers 13, Week 12The Cardinals were heavy favorites going into this game after already trouncing the 49ers earlier in the season, but it was apparent early on this game would be much, much different. Arizona struggled for most of the afternoon and found itself in a 13-13 tie heading into the fourth quarter. The Cardinals were able to get one last scoring drive, however, as Carson Palmer rallied his team behind a clutch deep throw to J.J. Nelson and then showed surprising wheels on a seven-yard touchdown run. A missed PAT by Chandler Catanzaro left the door open for the 49ers, who reached the Arizona 30 before seeing their drive stall. While a win over the 49ers isn’t necessarily reason to celebrate, it was the Cardinals’ first road victory over San Francisco since 2008. No. 6Dec. 11 – Cardinals 23, Vikings 20, Week 14This Thursday night tilt was between two of the NFC’s better teams, though the Vikings came into the game shorthanded due to injury and fuming after being blown out at home by the Seattle Seahawks the previous Sunday. Instead of the blowout many predicted, the Cardinals found themselves in a 60-minute battle that came down to the wire. Carson Palmer threw for 310 yards and two touchdowns while David Johnson ran for 92 yards on 19 carries, and Chandler Catanzaro’s 47-yard field goal with 1:23 remaining gave the Cardinals the lead. The Vikings responded by reaching the Arizona 31, and with 13 seconds left decided to try one more play before attempting a game-tying field goal. It was on that play where Dwight Freeney sacked Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater, forcing a fumble that was recovered by Calais Campbell. It preserved Arizona’s win and clinched a playoff spot.No. 5Dec. 27 – Cardinals 38, Packers 8, Week 16This game that had major playoff implications as both the Cardinals and Packers had eyes on the No. 2 seed in the NFC, and for 15 minutes it looked like it might be a classic slugfest. But then the second quarter happened. The Cardinals were up 10-0 and a Carson Palmer interception looked like it would give the Packers new life, but Justin Bethel picked off Aaron Rodgers in the end zone and Arizona went 80 yards in less than one minute to score a touchdown and extend the lead to 17-0. From there, the rout was on, with Arizona collecting nine sacks — including eight of Rodgers — while returning two of the QB’s fumbles for touchdowns. Dwight Freeney’s three sacks led the team, while Calais Campbell chipped in 2.5, and in the week that followed pretty much the entire NFL world felt like the Cardinals were the best team in the league. No. 3Dec. 20 – Cardinals 40, Eagles 17, Week 15On national TV once again, the Cardinals went into the game against playoff-hopeful Philadelphia knowing a win would clinch their first NFC West title since 2009. It did not take long for them to exert their dominance, with rookie David Johnson doing much of the damage. The rookie’s 47-yard touchdown run in the second quarter saw him break numerous tackles, and the score broke a 10-10 tie and gave the Cardinals a lead they would not relinquish. Johnson ran for 187 yards and three touchdowns on 29 carries, while also adding 42 yards on four receptions. The Cardinals clinched the division that night but lost safety Tyrann Mathieu for the rest of the season after he tore his ACL intercepting a pass late in the game, while Carson Palmer dislocated his right index finger.No. 2Jan. 16 – Cardinals 26, Packers 20, Divisional PlayoffsMany were excited to see the Cardinals match up with the Packers again given how handily they beat them three weeks earlier, but this game was considerably different from the first meeting. The Cardinals took just a 7-6 lead into halftime before finding themselves trailing 13-10 heading into the fourth quarter. It seemed like Arizona might get bounced at home when Carson Palmer was intercepted by Green Bay’s Damarious Randall in the end zone with the Cardinals facing a first-and-goal from the Packers’ 10 early in the fourth quarter, but the defense was able to force a punt on the next Green Bay drive and Palmer engineered a 14-play, 80-yard drive that ended with a Michael Floyd touchdown that was originally thrown to Larry Fitzgerald, but bounced off Randall’s arm and fell right to Floyd in the end zone with 3:44 remaining. The Cardinals tacked on a Chandler Catanzaro field goal with 43 seconds remaining to give them a seven-point lead, and seemed to have the game locked up when they forced a 4th-and-20 from the Green Bay four. However, Aaron Rodgers scrambled and found receiver Jeff Janis for a 60-yard gain to the Arizona 36 and then, after a pair of incomplete passes, connected with Janis on a 41-yard Hail Mary as the clock expired. The PAT send the game into overtime, and a weird game got even stranger when referee Clete Blakeman’s coin toss went without the coin ever spinning. The Cardinals won the original version as well as the re-toss, and on the first play from scrimmage watched as Palmer scrambled away from pressure and found Larry Fitzgerald for a 75-yard catch-and-run to the Green Bay five. Two plays later Fitz punched the ball into the end zone on a shovel pass, and Arizona moved on to the NFC Championship Game. Top Stories No. 4Nov. 23 – Cardinals 34, Bengals 31, Week 11The Bengals came in as one of the best teams in the AFC, and their battle with the Cardinals proved to be everything NBC hoped it would when the networked flexed the game into Sunday Night Football. Arizona trailed early but bounced back behind three Carson Palmer touchdown passes to take a 28-14 lead into the fourth quarter. The Bengals scored a TD early in the fourth quarter to close the gap to seven, but Arizona responded with a field goal and with less than seven minutes remaining had what looked like a pretty comfortable 10-point edge. However, the Bengals scored a touchdown with 3:44 left and then added a field goal with 1:03 on the clock to tie the game. With overtime an option, the Cardinals opted to take their chances and try to end the game in regulation, and Palmer responded by completing passes to J.J. Nelson and Larry Fitzgerald (twice) to get to the Cincinnati 27. Following one kneel down to help position the ball and drain some clock, a controversial unsportsmanlike penalty was called on the Bengals’ Domata Peko for imitating the snap count, putting the ball at the Cincy 14 and setting Chandler Catanzaro up for a 32-yard field goal, which he made with just two seconds left on the clock. No. 1Nov. 15 – Cardinals 39, Seahawks 32, Week 10By this point in the season the Cardinals had established themselves as a legitimate NFC West contender, but the game in Seattle against the two-time defending NFC champs would serve as a test to see just how good they were. For a while it looked as if the Cardinals might blow out their rivals, opening up a 19-0 lead before taking a 22-7 advantage into halftime. However, a vicious pass rush led to a couple Carson Palmer fumbles, and with 13:00 remaining in the fourth quarter the Cardinals were trailing 29-25. From there Palmer and the offense went to work, with Arizona putting together a 10-play, 83-yard scoring drive to retake the lead with 8:41 remaining, and then, after forcing a punt, broke things open again with a 48-yard touchdown run by Andre Ellington. In the win, Palmer threw for 363 yards and three touchdowns, with Larry Fitzgerald (10 catches, 130 yards) and Micheal Floyd (7 catches, 113 yards) doing most of the damage. The victory gave Arizona a three-game lead on the Seahawks and served notice that there was a changing of the guard in one of the NFL’s premier divisions. Comments Share No. 12Oct. 11 – Cardinals 42, Lions 17, Week 5The Cardinals were starting to cement their status as one of the NFL’s better teams, whereas the Lions had yet to win a game up to that point in the season. It took just one quarter to see why each team was what we thought they were. After falling behind 7-0 in the first quarter, the Cardinals reached the end zone four times in the second to take a 28-7 lead into halftime. Larry Fitzgerald scored on a two-yard pass in the third quarter and Andre Ellington broke off a 63-yard touchdown run in the fourth to provide the offense, while Arizona’s defense intercepted Lions QB Matthew Stafford three times and led to the starter being benched.No. 11Sept. 13 – Cardinals 31, Saints 19, Week 1There was no shortage of optimism as Carson Palmer was back on the field leading a team many thought could compete for the NFC West title. The veteran had himself a day, throwing for 307 yards and three touchdowns, as the Cardinals were able to pull away in the fourth quarter. The capper was a swing pass rookie running back David Johnson took 55-yards for a score with less than two minutes remaining.No. 10Sept. 21 – Cardinals 48, Bears 23, Week 2 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Many people will remember the Arizona Cardinals’ season for how it ended, and no doubt the 49-15 loss to the Carolina Panthers in the NFC Championship Game left a sour taste in everyone’s mouth.Still, the Cardinals experienced far more success than failure in the 2015 campaign, setting a franchise record for wins with 13 in the regular season and then a 14th in the postseason.Some of the wins were nail biters while others were complete blowouts. Some carried the weight of playoff implications while others were the kind that a good team is “supposed” to earn. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
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