Danielle RochetteAPTN NewsEllen Gabriel testified Friday at the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls as the hearings in Quebec City wrapped up.Gabrielle, from the Mohawk community of Kanehsatake, told the commissioners that the justice system is “controlled by the perpetrators themselves.”“We saw that in Kanehsatake, we saw that at Ipperwash, we see that right across Canada and we saw that in Val d’Or where 35 Indigenous women made complaints against the Sûreté du Québec and not a single police officer found guilty,” she said.Gabriel told the commissioners that the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples should be used as a firstname.lastname@example.org@danfromest
After the war ended, the Sri Lankan government had come under increasing international pressure to resettle the displaced and release the lands held for military purposes.There has been phased out release of civilian lands which was stepped up since January last year. UN Secretary General Ban, during his visit to Sri Lanka, highlighted the importance of addressing the question of the war displaced and other outstanding issues in the former battle zones plagued by a separatist war which lasted over three decades. (Colombo Gazette) There are 3,388 people from 971 families living in 71 displaced camps in Jaffna. All of them will be resettled in their places of origin by June next year, he said at a new housing settlement built in Keeramalai in Jaffna. He said 88 per cent of the heavily booby-trapped lands in Jaffna have been cleared of anti-personnel mines. The de-mining work in the areas will take a lot more time. This is no easy job to clear all areas of mines. Some 300,000 people were displaced during the last phase of the war with the LTTE in 2009. They were housed in relief camps in the northern town of Vavuniya.Following a concerted international effort to grant relief to them, the governments resettlement campaign became a success. Officials said the remaining people to be resettled are those who are mostly from areas heavily booby-trapped during the war by both the LTTE and the army. Resettlement of over 3,000 people displaced in Sri Lanka’s former war zone in the northern Jaffna will be completed by mid next year, an official has said, days after UN chief Ban Ki-Moon called for expediting reconciliation efforts with the minority Tamils.Jaffna’s security forces commander Mahesh Senanayake said a little over 3,000 people are remaining to be resettled, the Press Trust of India reported.
Jaffna was in a state of shock today over the murder of a six year old girl, whose body was found in a well last evening.Sivaneswaran Regina from Solipuram in Jaffna was found dead last evening and medical reports today revealed she had been strangled to death. Protests were staged in Jaffna today demanding justice for the young girl. The body was handed over to the family of the victim today.Jaffna is just recovering from the shock over the rape and murder of another school girl. The Police said that four people were taken in for questioning today over the murder of the young girl. Sivaloganathan Vithya was abducted and raped in 2015 before she was killed.Seven accused over the rape and murder of Sivaloganathan Vithya were sentenced to death by a trial-at-bar at the Jaffna High Court in September last year. (Colombo Gazette)
For the second week in a row, Brock University’s Music students are the focus of the RBC Foundation Music@Noon Recital Series.The instrumental students will perform on Tuesday, Feb. 12 in the Recital Hall of the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre in downtown St. Catharines.The upcoming recital will include performances by Jacob Gill, Synthia Khairallah, Rebecca Heathcote, Zack Guo, Alyssa Shanghavi and Jessica Tigchelaar.Music@Noon is a free, one-hour recital series that takes place most Tuesdays at noon during the academic year. The Department of Music invites and encourages staff, faculty, students and the community to attend.For more information about the Music@Noon Recital Series, please visit the Music@Noon web page.
Dando is continuously looking at ways of improving existing machines and bringing new, innovative products to market to meet the current demands and requirements of the drilling industry. There are a number of latest innovations that include the new two headed Dando Terrier rig. This has been designed to permit the use of a wide range of drilling techniques in the same borehole, using the tried and tested Terrier drive sampling system and powerful Terrier rotary system alternately in the same hole without having to switch.Designed to trip out either drive sampling/SPT rods or rotary drill rods in 4 m lengths, the new Terrier operates by hydraulically sliding the drive sampler or rotary drill into position over the borehole when required. With this new machine it would be possible to sample and perform a standard penetration test to a depth of 15 m+ and then take a core of hard rock to about 50 m.A new safety feature for the Multitec 9000 is a fully automated rod handler which can handle 100 m of rod from a hydraulic indexing rack fitted to the rig. The Dando hands free rod handler is built to lift 168 kg and can handle up to a 6 m length of 4-1/2” RC drill rod from a horizontal position and align the rod with the tilting top head of the drilling rig.The Multitec 4000 is a new addition to Dando’s line of multipurpose top-drive rotary rigs and is the smallest in the range so far. Designed to be ultra-compact, lightweight and easily transportable, the rig has a pullback of 4,000 kgf and is capable of a wide range of drilling techniques in the water, mineral and geotechnical sectors.Dando’s non-conventional gas drilling rig has been specially designed for CBM and shale gas drilling. Ideal for drilling with air, the truck mounted Dando CBM rig boasts the following advantages over conventional drilling rigs:Compact design with a low profile allowing the rig to operate on a smaller footprint than a conventional drilling rigCuts labour costs by reducing the personnel neededMinimum rig-up and displacement procedure timesCapable of a large range of drilling operations; the rig can easily handle 3” 2,000psi circulation piping and range III pipesHigh torque rotary head.
Someone asked us if the figures were after tax? They are NOT! Did someone mention there is a minimum wage in Ireland? #payourheros pic.twitter.com/yyL0oahoZS— WPDF (@WPDF_2017) June 3, 2017 By Cianan Brennan Jun 10th 2017, 9:15 AM ‘Stories flooding in’Cotter says that Sandra’s story is a very typical one. “They’re flooding in at the moment. I had a woman this week telling me that she has two nappies in her house and no idea where she’s going to find the money to buy what’s needed,” she says.WPDF has four main points of protest, and while pay and conditions are at the top of the list, that aspect of things is far from the only bone of contention. The four points are:Pay and conditions within the Defence ForcesThe fight for the right of Defence Forces members to take workplace disputes to the Workplace Relations Commission / Labour CourtThe ending and exposure of the practice of Forces members taking Lariam, an anti-Malaria drug which the group claims has chronic side effects (Cotter describes it as a ‘nightmare in a pill’), while serving overseasThe elimination of so-called post-94 contracts – those that could see a member since 1994 having to leave the Defence Forces after 21 years should a certain level of rank or achievement not be attainedBut if workplace conditions are so poor in the forces, why is there such a heavy uptake for the job?“That’s the thing. The Defence Forces is bleeding staff,” says Cotter. “There’s a disconnect between what people understand and the reality of the situation. The Department of Defence likes to brag about its recruitment drives, but most new recruits have no idea of what their starting wage is like.” Saturday 10 Jun 2017, 9:15 AM My husband is a lovely, committed man but a broken man. He had an extra job doing deliveries but because of the uncertainty of his hours in the army he just couldn’t commit to it and his boss didn’t like the fact that he couldn’t do some nights or weekends due to the unexpected things that soldiers have to do. http://jrnl.ie/3433695 Share Tweet Email2 ‘We have no future’ – wives of defence forces march today over their spouses’ working conditions Wives and Partners of the Defence Forces (WPDF) is set to march on the Department of Defence in Newbridge, Co Kildare, this afternoon. 92 Comments The problem isn’t recruitment, it’s retention. They get them in, but then they have to train them, and they have to keep them, and the reality is that isn’t possible with things how they are.TheJournal.ie queried the Department of Defence regarding WPDF’s concerns. A spokesperson acknowledged that the group had recently met with Minister Paul Kehoe and that “the matters under discussion are being progressed by the Minister and his Department”.Regarding pay in the Defence Forces, they said that “rates of remuneration and conditions of employment in the Irish Defence Forces have traditionally been set by reference to relative levels of pay across the various parts of the Irish public sector”.In terms of the issue of Lariam-usage, the spokesperson said: “The position with regard to the use of Lariam in the Defence Forces has been outlined to the (WPDF’s) representatives.”Access to the workplace relations services does not seem likely at present to be granted (“the Department remains satisfied with the present arrangements in place for the Defence Forces”), while the issue of post-1994 contracts (which exist so as “to ensure that operational capability and effectiveness are not compromised in any way”) is currently being analysed pending the implementation of a legal adjudication. Minister for Defence Paul Kehoe Source: Press MilitaryOne thing seems certain however – now that it’s established WPDF has no intention of giving up.Shelley Cotter says she “couldn’t say” how many people are likely to be on today’s march.“Two weeks ago, I would have said 20 or 30. Today I couldn’t tell you. We’ve even got a bus leaving from Cork,” she says.We’re all just so heartened to see the takeup in this. And we’re going nowhere. This has been a hidden secret for too long.Read: HSE reveals thousands of children left waiting for assessment, despite 3 month legal deadlineRead: The Citizens’ Assembly is back this weekend – this time they’re dealing with the issue of ageing We have no future. We will never own our own house, we will never be able to afford a holiday, we will never be able to afford to send our children to college. These used to be priorities for us but now all we want is to be able to put food on our kitchen table every night. Source: Sam BoalA PROTEST GROUP representing the wives and partners of members of Ireland’s Defence Forces will this afternoon hold a march on the headquarters of the Department of Defence in Co Kildare.The Wives and Partners of the Defence Forces (WPDF) will march from St Conleth’s Church in Newbridge to the Department from 2pm.The group, which was set up in November of last year by three such wives of current members, is marching to highlight issues with their spouses’ pay and conditions among other things.At present, the group claims that many Defence Forces members are effectively working for less than the minimum wage, and have no method of recourse vie traditional industrial relations channels in Ireland.“We just felt it needed to be brought to the fore,” Shelley Cotter, spokeswoman with the WPDF, told TheJournal.ie. “It’s been a proud secret for too long.”Cotter, a naval services wife, had been protesting on her own regarding her husband’s conditions for some time before coming across her fellow Defence Forces spouses Judith Wharton and Lorraine O’Hare and forming WPDF.“I’m actually overwhelmed with the feedback from the Defence Forces family,” she says. The movement has hit upon a common cause that has united thousands, WPDF claims.We are not contracted, we can speak about this in a way our husbands and family can’t. We’ve been very forthright. We’re apolitical.Cotter says that along with the support garnered for the group along the way, stories of familial hardship from members have also come to light, including that of Sandra, the wife of a member of the Defence Forces of 14 years standing and mother of three children, a woman who claims she sometimes has to feed her children porridge for dinner because they can afford nothing else. Source: Facebook“Sometimes, when I’m at home thinking about what I can cook for my family with about €6 in my purse I wonder if my family would be better off without me. I am tired. I cry so much because I feel I’ve let them all down. We can’t survive on €527 per week. Once the rent, food, petrol, electricity and gas are paid there is absolutely nothing left,” she says.Sometimes I pretend to my neighbour that I forgot to get milk just so she doesn’t know I’m where I am in life. Nowhere & hopeless. Source: WPDF/Twitter 20,587 Views Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici revealed the club holds Paul Pogba in high esteem but are not considering to reunite with him any time soon.Pogba is believed to be having a torrid time with Mourinho at Old Trafford and has been linked with a move to other clubs including Turin.But the Juve supremo has ruled out any move for him.“We love him very much,” Paratici confirmed at the Manlio Scopigno awards.“We’re connected to him, but we’ve never thought about it and we’re not going to think about it.“Sergej Milinkovic-Savic? He’s a great player, but we haven’t spoken to him or Lazio.”Paratici will soon have more responsibility with the Bianconeri, as general manager Giuseppe Marotta is leaving on October 25.Report: Up to seven first team players out for United George Patchias – September 13, 2019 Manchester United have some serious injury problems with up to seven first-team players out.This Saturday, United have a Premier League clash with Leicester City….“Up until now, I’ve managed quite well behind the scenes, not least due to my character. Now the situation will change a bit, but I’ll keep working to make Juventus as strong as possible.“I dedicate this award to the person who raised me, and really for me, he’s been a putative father: Dr. Marotta.“Could he go to Inter? I wouldn’t be surprised, because he’s a great director and one of the best of the past 10 years, perhaps along with [Adriano] Galliani, and the Nerazzurri are a great club.“I only hope that he’s happy, and if that means being a director at a big Italian club, that’s fine.“As for myself, I’ve never thought about changing, I’m in love with Juventus. I like the environment in which I work and I like the squad.“Fortunately I have a very well prepared staff and I share my ideas with [Vice-President] Pavel Nedved and the Coach [Max Allegri].”
An adult woman was sent to a local hospital after a Friday morning car crash in downtown Vancouver.The crash, between an SUV and semi truck, was reported around 6:45 a.m. at the intersection of West Fourth Plain Boulevard and Franklin Street.Engine 2 with the Vancouver Fire Department responded. An adult female driving an SUV had some sort of car problem and was hit by a semi truck, said Joe Spatz, department spokesman.The woman was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries, Spatz said.The driver of the semi truck refused transport.The Vancouver Police Department is investigating.
NEW YORK — Federal health officials are working to track down travelers who may have been in close contact with an American infected with a mysterious virus that has sickened hundreds in the Middle East.The man fell ill April 27 after flying to the U.S. April 24 from Saudi Arabia where he was a health care worker. He has been confirmed as the first American infected with the virus.He is hospitalized in good condition in northwest Indiana with Middle East respiratory syndrome, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Indiana health officials said Friday.The MERS virus is not highly contagious and this case “represents a very low risk to the broader, general public,” said Dr. Anne Schuchat in a CDC briefing.It was not clear how many travelers in close contact with the man may have been exposed to the virus.Also, it is not known yet how he was infected, Schuchat said.Saudi Arabia has been at the center of an outbreak of MERS that began two years ago. The virus has spread among health care workers, most notably at four Saudi facilities last spring.
Japan’s Universal Entertainment Corp, the parent firm of Okada Manila operator Tiger Resort Leisure & Entertainment Inc (TRLEI) has insisted the arrest warrant issued to company founder Kazuo Okada by a Parañaque City court last Friday won’t impact its Philippines casino license.In a statement issued via its website on Monday, Universal was quick to distance itself from Okada and former TRLEI President Takahiro Usui – who is also named on the arrest warrant – pointing out that the duo were dismissed as directors of TRLEI in June 2017 and that Okada “resigned” from the board of directors later that month. Load More Philippines rejects China’s call to ban online gambling The company noted that, under Philippines law, management must undergo strict screening to acquire and maintain a gaming license. However, it stated “the facts surrounding this indictment of Okada and Usui and the issuance of a warrant for their arrest will have no impact whatsoever on the going concern of Okada Manila, the integrated casino in the Philippines’ Manila Bay area operated by TRLEI.”Universal also insisted that the warrants would not impact the acquisition of shares in Asiabest Group International Inc by another of its subsidiaries, Tiger Resort Asia Limited, which is part of the company’s plans to complete a backdoor listing on the Philippine Stock Exchange.Okada is accused of misappropriating around US$3.1 million in salaries and fees from Tiger Resort Leisure and Entertainment Inc (TRLEI) during his time as Chairman and CEO. RelatedPosts Leisure & Resorts World Corp suffers major swing to loss in 2Q19 181 Chinese nationals arrested in dispute over POGO accreditation status
Anita Laulainen of Palmer. (Photo by Wesley Early, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage)This week we’re hearing from Anita Laulainen from Palmer. Laulainen is a UAA graphic design student and just gave the whole state a present: a new license plate design.Listen nowLAULAINEN: I think I’ve always wanted to be an artist. When I was younger I would draw a lot, just drawing everything pretty much I could get my hands on. I would look at book covers and illustrations on things and try to copy it, and then from there, I moved to copying fonts. And so for me I always loved art, and at first I didn’t think it would be necessarily a feasible job, but once I looked into graphic design, I thought, “This would work.”So the Alaska Council on the Arts — I’m pretty sure I’m saying that correctly — they put on this statewide competition so that anyone who’s a resident of Alaska could submit a design. And so I was actually doing it for a class project originally, because it was an assignment. After I finalized my design for the class, I went ahead and submitted it.They had a celebrity panel jury that looked through all of the different designs and picked their top five favorites, I believe. And then from there, the public — Alaska residents — voted on which one was their favorite.My design is a night scene of some Alaska mountains with the Northern Lights in the sky, with stars and the moon. And then down below on the horizon there’s some hills and some trees. My license plate design was inspired by my love and appreciation for the beauty of Alaska. I wanted to show with my design, putting together the quintessential picture of Alaska. You see the mountains, you see the Northern Lights, you see the beautiful winter scene, and I wanted to just encapsulate all that with my design. And I feel like a lot of people recognized that when the voting process happened and they wanted to see that on their license plate.We’re still in the process of actually getting the design onto a plate, so we haven’t really started that process yet. Next summer, they’ll be available for purchase and I’m pretty sure I’ll be getting one.I feel like it hasn’t quite sunk in all the way. Like, it’s just like, “Oh! It’s really cool,” but I haven’t seen it in person yet and I feel like it’ll finally sink in once I see it on people’s cars. I’ll be driving around like, “Whoa there’s my design. There’s my design.”Anita Laulainen, a UAA graphic design student from Palmer, submitted the winning design for the artistic license plate competition.
The Executive Committee of National Economic Council (ECNEC) has sanctioned nearly a Tk 60 billion project for the members of parliament (MPs) to construct madrasas in their respective areas.However, the next general elections will possibly be held by the end of this year.Each MP will get funds to construct at least six madrasas in their constituencies. The total project will cost Tk 59.19 billion, which will totally be funded by public money.The project will have separate funds for construction of 200 more madrasas.A similar project was sanctioned before the 5 January 2014 general elections, which was basically an extension of a project of 2010. Each of the MPs then received Tk 200 million.The ECNEC on Tuesday sanctioned the project named ‘Development of selected Madrasas’ at a meeting presided over by prime minister Sheikh Hasina.As many as 1,800 madrasa buildings will be constructed across the country under the projects.The names of the madrasas have already been finalised as per the choices of the MPs.According to the project, if any MP wants to build any other madrasa, he/she will get money from the extra allocation.The ECNEC sanctioned three other similar projects for the MPs in the last year. The projects were passed for constructing new schools, renovation of old school buildings, and construction of mosques and temples.The four projects including the latest one will cost the government Tk 224.7 billion in total. Apart from that, each of the MPs received nearly Tk 30-50 million every year in the last one decade.Asked about the matter, local government expert Tofael Ahmed said this is a violation of the election rules. Allocating money through projects ahead of elections is sheer injustice.“Generally, the education ministry’s vocational and madrasa departments are responsible for this kind of works. But, MPs are now doing this. It’s not right,” he added.When asked if it will have an influence on the voters as the salaries of the madrasa teachers are given by the government though Monthly-Pay-Order (MPO), planning minister AHM Mustafa Kamal said, “It will definitely affect the elections. The projects have been taken for people,”“We have already told the secretaries that don’t let the development works be hampered during the elections,” he added.There are 9,311 madrasas in the country, said the minister adding that only three of these madrasas are funded by the government while remaining ones are being run privately.
Related posts:More heavy rains will hit Costa Rica’s Pacific coast this week, red alerts issued Cold front claims fourth victim in Costa Rica UPDATED: 150 rescued after landslides leave motorists trapped on Route 32 More heavy rains expected this weekend, red alerts issued Tropical Central America has been feeling the chilly outer rim of the weather phenomenon that has plunged the eastern United States and Canada into a deep freeze.Unusually low temperatures were being recorded in the region, though nowhere near as low as in North America, of course.Costa Rica’s capital, San José, saw the mercury plunge as low as 10 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit) in parts, far lower than the usual 25 degrees, according to the state meteorological service.Two homeless men reportedly died from hypothermia in San José.The cold front dampened the spirits of some of the travelers visiting Central America in its peak tourist period to escape the icy winter up north: many beaches were lashed by windy gusts, and the weather was overcast and rainy.The airline Avianca cancelled several flights leaving Central America for snowed-in New York.“The cold snap we are feeling from Guatemala to Costa Rica is a polar mass that is affecting the northeast coast of the United States. We are feeling the tail end of it,” Costa Rican state meteorologist Luis Diego Naranjo told AFP.He said the weather pattern would continue through Sunday, after which temperatures would climb back up toward normal. Facebook Comments
Peruvian Police make arrest after spate of avocado … Peru has wrapped up its 2018-19 table grape export season with a 40% rise in volumes, but is expecting a challenging future in international markets amid rising competition.Carlos Zamorano, general manager of industry body Provid, told FreshFruitPortal.com that the season had got off to a tough start due to heavy inventories in the U.S. market, which impacted prices of Peruvian fruit.This led South American country to divert some volumes to the European market, putting pressure on prices there too, Zamorano said. He added that there was also more fruit available in the market from other supplying countries, driven by the introduction of new varieties around the world.“These new varieties aren’t just more productive … but they’re also earlier or later, which increase the windows of every country,” he said. “There are the production overlaps which I think are going to become increasingly common and we going to have to work on that commercially.”Improved management of production costs will also important to remain competitive in export markets, he said.Although this season was challenging for Peru in the U.S., the market has become Peru’s leading table grape export destination, followed by China and Europe. You might also be interested in Peru expects 20% uptick in produce exports this ye … U.S. table grape import season “interesting and un … April 01 , 2019 Peru expecting huge increase in pomegranate export … “This season we reached 56 destinations … it was quite an interesting and open campaign, which is what we are always looking for – trying to be present on all continents,” he said.As for the 40% rise in volumes this season, Zamorano said this was largely because the 2017-18 season has been heavily impacted by rains related to the El Ñiño phenomenon.“We have finished on almost 47 million boxes exported,” he said. This is a record figure for the country.As well as the recovery from the previous season, the figure was achieved as around 1,500-1,600 hectares have been planted since the 2016-17 season.“Ica [the main southern growing region] has grown by almost 1,000 hectares, and Piura has remained more or less the same. Lambqyeque has also remained more or less the same, and there have been about 600 or 700 hectares more in the La Libertad area,” he said.Growth has not just come from a larger planted area, but also varietal reconversion.“We are working with a very large number of new varieties, around 50 or more,” he said.In 2018 Peru became the world’s third-largest table grape exporter by value, displacing Italy and China. Peru exported US$819 million of table grapes, while Italy exported US$779 million and China exported US$690 million. The number one and two spots went to Chile with US$1.1 billion and the U.S. with US$926 million.You will be able to find more information on topics such as this at the inaugural Global Grape Summit, which will take place alongside the London Produce Show and Conference on June 5th, 2019. Please visit www.globalgrapesummit.com.
Go back to the e-newsletter >Sofitel Wine Days will launch at Sofitel Sydney Wentworth next month offering a blend of wine flavours and experiences for guests and locals alike between 21 September and 31 October 2015. The events are timed to take place over the traditional wine harvest period in France.Soiree Bar will provide guests and Sydneysiders a taste sensation to write home about, with wine and cheese pairings and insights into the aromatics and flavours of wine, with their very own sommelier. For just $35 per person, guests will receive 2 hand-selected wines carefully matched with a unique selection of cheeses – blue, soft ripen, hard and wash rind.French wine Friday will be the order of the day in Soiree Bar during October. To start the weekend with a splash, on top of an array of refreshing champagne cocktails such as a black raspberry royale, bellinis and mimosas, an exclusive pop-up wine bar serving Veuve Clicquot and Moët by Moët Hennessey will keep guests hydrated.On 15 October, an exclusive event will take place for in-house guests staying in luxury club suites. French wine expert Dourthe will host a private Le Club Millesime wine tasting. Guests will have the opportunity to discuss grape varietals, vinification and the science of wine, with tastings of a selection of wines from France and across the world.Go back to the e-newsletter >
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