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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ adds several Canadian actors

By The Canadian Press on April 28, 2017. TORONTO Several Canadians have joined the cast of the Toronto-shot series Star Trek: Discovery. Rekha Sharma of Vancouver will play Commander Landry, the security officer of the Starship Discovery.

Toronto s Kenneth Mitchell has been cast as Kol, a commanding officer in the Klingon Empire. Clare McConnell of Toronto is in the role of Dennas, a leader in the Klingon Empire. And Toronto native Damon Runyan will play Ujilli, another Klingon leader. London native Shazad Latif was originally announced in the role of Kol but will now play Lieutenant Tyler, a Starfleet officer in the Federation.

No date has been announced for the premiere of the series, which has been pushed back a couple of times. It will debut on CBS with all subsequent episodes available on the streaming service CBS All Access. In Canada, the first episode will premiere on CTV, on the same night as CBS. All remaining episodes will initially air on Space (in English) and Z (in French), and then later stream on CraveTV.

Wild Off-Campus Stripper Party Leads to Student Evictions, Security Guard Fired

A wild party at an off-campus housing community near Georgia Tech University has resulted in evictions and new security measures. Residents of the Square on 5th apartment complex in midtown Atlanta brought strippers[1] to their building s 25-floor clubhouse Saturday night, along with other non-students. Now, two students believed to be responsible have been evicted, and a security guard who let the party go on for more than an hour has been fired.

This [party] surprisingly went on for a long time, Sara Pagliocca, who has lived there for two years, told WSB. Knowing that people can get up there does concern me.

Harry Conley, CEO of Gateway Facility Services, the building s management company, called what went on outrageous, and said that an internal investigation revealed at least some of the responsible parties. Conley said that the day after the party, residents again brought strippers to the building, supposedly for a photoshoot on the roof. While the primary failure here seems to have been one of human error in judgment, we are taking lessons from this to ensure that nothing like this can ever happen again.

The building is reportedly adding security cameras and may put security guards through additional training.

[Image via WSB screengrab]

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  1. ^ brought strippers (www.wsbtv.com)