The 71 year old coach spoke to reporters for more than half an hour at Monday press conference at a downtown Toronto hotel. His hands were weighed down by two diamond encrusted championship rings the size of jawbreakers, one on each hand. J. The chief executive of Canada largest real estate investment trust says he have no problem filling any space vacated by Toys Us, but he doubts it will reach the market.Ed Sonshine, whose RioCan REIT counts the retailer as a tenant in two of its facilities, said Tuesday there would be strong demand for the space because of the prime locations a feeling echoed by others in the real estate community who say the Toys Us footprint in Canada is much different than in the United States.only have two of them, one of them in the Yonge and Eglinton Centre and, if they want to go, they can go, said Sonshine, referring to the location at its head office in midtown Toronto. The retailer has another location at a RioCan property in Ottawa. Are a very tiny tenant for us.

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“Just do it!”: Words of wisdom from Nike Shoes. Tuesday night, city school board president Joseph L. Smith opened a hearing on the system’s proposed school based management plan with a warning.”I want to remind you that the board has not taken final action on anything,” he told an audience of about 75 parents, teachers and staff persons sprinkled about the vast auditorium at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute.

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Republicans have 52 seats in the Senate, and no Democrats are expected to back the overhaul in either chamber.Following late afternoon votes Tuesday, several Republican senators privately groused that they felt rushed by their GOP colleagues in the House and by Trump, who they said does not fully grasp the Senate’s slower pace or its concerns.The senators also expressed skepticism that key White House officials with deep ties to Congress’s conservative wing would eventually be able to lock up the votes for the current plan. Instead, they said there is confusion over who is managing the process and which administration figures, if any, have power to sway Trump on the issue.One Republican senator, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because negotiations are ongoing, said several senators are asking their leadership to “take it easy” in terms of the timeline, allowing space to debate and analyze the proposal with a “clear understanding of the costs involved.” “If that takes months or a year, so be it,” the senator said.A second GOP senator said the party was making a “mistake” in its rollout by taking “too much ownership” of health care after years in which Democrats were identified with Obamacare.(Alice Li,Jayne Orenstein/The Washington Post)The long anticipated debut of the House GOP plan after seven years in which Republicans vowed to repeal Obamacare was far from seamless. Less than 24 hours after its introduction, Ryan and his chief lieutenants were beating back fierce criticism from their right flank about the proposal’s chief elements: income and age based tax subsidies as well as a redesign of the way that states that expanded their Medicaid coverage under the ACA receive payments.