OTTAWA – Conservative MP Blaine Calkins wants the federal ethics watchdog to reconsider her decision to allow the former chief of staff to Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr to go work for a Calgary-based energy company.Janet Annesley, who left Parliament Hill early last month, is now senior vice-president of corporate affairs at Husky Energy.The Conflict of Interest Act says an ex-staffer at her level cannot work for a company with which she has had “direct and significant dealings” in the last year, but Husky says Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson told Annesley she was OK to take the job.Annesley, who has years of experience in communications and lobbying for the oil industry, is prevented from dealing with Natural Resources Canada during a one-year cooling off period.She is also barred from lobbying the federal government for five yearsHusky says both the company and Annesley understand the rules.In a letter to Dawson, Calkins notes the Husky website says Annesley will be in charge of “developing relationships,” including with governments.Calkins says Canadians would find it “difficult to believe” her job requirements would not involve violating the act and urged Dawson to look again.Husky says it has no further comment and a spokeswoman for Dawson says she will review the letter.
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Walkers head to the Snowdon summitCredit:alamy Visitors need a permit to trek the Inca Trail up to Machu PicchuCredit:alamy Jonathan Cawley, director of planning and land management at the Snowdonia National Park Authority, said that education is required.“There’s no one silver bullet,” he said. “We spend huge sums on the upkeep of the maintenance of paths on Snowdon, but it’s never enough. We do litter picking which is a huge task. There’s an education programme that needs to happen.”A scheme in Llanberis, a village at the foot of Snowdon, is encouraging visitors to donate to maintain local infrastructure, and has seen 28 businesses sign up to it. A similar scheme in the Lake District raises £250,000 a year. Mr Watkin, of FUW, said that it would not raise enough money and that a mandatory tourism tax is more suitable. However, he agreed with be difficult to enforce.In 2013, photos circulated of walkers waiting two and a half hours to reach the summit as the footpaths clogged up on a busy Bank Holiday weekend. The path to the summit on a busy summer dayCredit:alamy The Inca Trail, used to access the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in Peru, has a annual quota that limits walkers to 500 a day, with permits bookable only through tour operators, and often sold out months in advance. “[Introducing a permit system or a charge] is something we need to do in order to protect what we’ve got,” Gwynedd Watkin, Caernarfon FUW county executive, told the BBC. “How are we going to maintain those paths for future generations? It’s one thing to say we have a right, but we also have a responsibility.” Walkers climbing Snowdon should have to pay for the privilege to cut down on numbers visiting Wales’ highest peak, campaigners have said.The Farmers’ Union of Wales (FUW) called for a charge or even a permit system similar to that enforced for the Inca Trail, claiming it was necessary to protect the North Wales mountain amid growing concern over littler and damage to pathways. Earlier this year tourists were accused of using the mountain “as a toilet” and littering heavily.However, a spokesperson for Ramblers Cymru said charges would not be legal and would compromise “hard-won and fiercely protected rights”.Policy and advocacy manager Rebecca Brough, who admitted numbers were “challenging”, said: “We wouldn’t want to discourage people from getting out walking. It’s free and it should be. Paths are already maintained at public expense.” “Gwynedd council and the national park authority are being squeezed [financially]. How are we going to do it otherwise?”Snowdonia National Park welcomes some 4.3 million visitors a year, according to the latest statistics, making it one of the most-visited in the country, and the most visited in Wales. Climbing Snowdon, Wales’ tallest mountain at an elevation 1,085m, is one of the biggest draws.
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Ruud Krol and Cruyff took the lead from the penalty spot in the second minute after Cruyff had been brought down in the area. Jean-Paul Duminy, further evidence of the team’s decline over the last two years,Tagore?I discovered an outstanding Chinese scholar, the governing body’s website said. Bangladesh are scheduled to host Australia for the first Test from October 9-13 in Chittagong and the second from October 17-21 in Dhaka. Shane Bond feels that they will approach England in their next clash with much confidence. For all the latest Sports News, download Indian Express App ?
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