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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileSpeaker Peter Milliken has ruled a 2009 CIDA document signed by International Co operation Minister Bev Oda, which defunded the aid agency Kairos, was ‘doctored.’ (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)By CBC NewsInternational Co operation Minister Bev Oda told Parliament Monday that she was the person who directed that a recommendation from her staff be altered to deny funding to a church backed aid group.The minister was backtracking on previous statements in which she said Kairos had lost its funding because the group’s work no longer fit with the Canadian International Development Agency’s objectives suggesting she was acting on her department’s recommendation.The agency had recommended that Kairos should get $7 million, and the fact the document was “doctored” a “not” was inserted to change its meaning drew a strong rebuke from Speaker Peter Milliken. Oda’s reversal came just before the House foreign affairs committee voted to find the matter a point of privilege. It is writing a report on Oda’s earlier testimony, will discuss it Wednesday and then send to the House.”I wish to clearly inform the House of the matter and clear up any misunderstanding that exists,” Oda said Monday.
Beyond that, though, Jonze seems to have achieved an ideal terrifying yet tender tone in his burly, raggedy monsters. They seem to be mercifully free of CGI (as they should be in this case), and remind me of some of the classic creations that came out of Jim Henson’s Creature Factory. (Definitely a good thing Sendak was present during the early brainstorming sessions around the show that’d become Sesame Street.) We don’t see too many members of the superlative cast Catherine Keener! Mark Ruffalo! James Gandolfini! Lauren Ambrose! though I guess many of them will be hidden in monster suits.