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Hockey Canada told them they’d be doing some promotional things, but the players didn’t learn exactly why they were at the arena until just before the event. “Their mouths dropped, a little awestruck,” Nieuwendyk said. “They didn’t realize what they were here for. When they saw the jersey for the first time, it hit them like it hits any NHL guy that’s going to don that jersey.” For many hockey fans it wasn’t the first glimpse of the red, white and alternate black jerseys that the men’s, women’s and sledge hockey teams will wear at the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Sochi. Pictures of the uniforms have leaked out over the last month. But that didn’t damper the enthusiasm for the teenagers who stepped onto the ice amid club music and laser lights and skated around to show off the uniforms. “First to ever try on the Team Canada Olympic Jersey and unveil it to everyone. Speechless,” Paul Coffey’s son, Blake, wrote on Twitter afterward. “Honoured to get the opportunity to unveil the 2014 Team Canada Olympic Jersey Launch.” Hockey Canada’s reveal was another opportunity for fans to give their opinions about the jerseys. Some said it looked like Petro-Canada’s logo, while others wanted to go back to the jerseys used when Canada won gold in Vancouver in 2010. “People talking about how they feel about a jersey that’s close to their heart and represents their country is a great thing,” Nike creative director Ken Black said. The red and white jerseys feature a Maple Leaf logo with a stripe across the chest, while the black jersey has “CANADA” written across it in white letters on a gold stripe. All three include 12 gold maple leaves inside the collar to commemorate the eight men’s, three women’s and one sledge hockey gold medal the country has won at the Olympics. Black said the jerseys were inspired by the 1920 team that won gold at the Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium, with touches from the 1972 national team uniform.
Canada Spied on Brazil’s Government as Part of Global Commercial Espionage Campaign
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff tweeted, We reject this cyberwar. The United States and its allies must immediately stop their spying activity once and for all. Only a few weeks ago, Rousseff cancelled a trip to Washington and a planned meeting with US President Barack Obama to protest the revelation, which again came from documents leaked by Snowden, that the NSA had spied on her communications Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, speaking from Bali, Indonesia, where he is attending the APEC (Asian-Pacific Economic Forum) summit, claimed that his Conservative government is now reaching out to Brazils government. Harper refused to confirm the veracity of the CSEC spying report, saying he would not comment on national security operations. But Canadas Prime Minister told reporters he was very, very concerned. Canadian mining companies have huge investments in Brazil. The two countries are important commercial rivals in mining and aircraft manufacture and are competing for foreign investment in their oil and natural gas sectors. According to the report that aired Sunday on OGlobo Televisions Fantastico investigative journalism program, CSEC used the Olympia metadata mining program to track the communications of Brazils Ministry of Mines and Energy. The report did not say whether communications deemed of special interest were read or listened to. But CSEC, NSA and the other three members of the Five Eyes signal intelligence partnership (Britain, Australia, and New Zealand) bluntly state that there are no legal-constitutional restrictions on their right to spy on communications in foreign countriesbe they the communications of foreign governments, left and dissident groups, or private citizens. Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who has worked with Snowden in exposing the NSAs global spying operations, including its systematic violation of Americans constitutional rights, assisted in preparing and appeared on the Fantastico program that unmasked CSECs spying against Brazil. In an interview with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation that aired on Monday evening, Greenwald indicated that the operation targeting Brazils Ministry of Mines and Energy was part of a much larger global CSEC campaign of commercial espionage. Even more significantly, he said that there would be further exposures of CSEC spying, including on ordinary citizens, and predicted that most Canadians will be surprised if not shocked by the scope of CSECs activities. Theres a lot of other documents, said Greenwald, about [CSEC] spying on ordinary citizens, on allied governments, on the world, and their co-operation with the United States government, and the nature of that co-operation I think most Canadian citizens will find [this] quite surprising, if not shocking, because its all done in secret and Canadians are not aware of it. The diplomatic furor with Brasilia is a blow to the Harper governments plans to expand Canadas economic ties with Brazil, until recently one of the most rapidly expanding newly emerging economies. Serious as this is, the principal concern of the government and Canadas elite is to block Canadians from learning about the major role CSEC plays in the pursuit of Canadian big business predatory interests at home and abroad.