The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) released its year-end results today, June 20, with a net income of $239.2 million on $611.8 million in total sales. For the period of April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017, net income was down $2 million from the previous year and the total volume of beverage alcohol sold was down one per cent. Sales of Nova Scotia-produced wine, spirits, and craft beer all increased. A detailed news release can be found on the NSLC website at www.mynslc.com/en/About-NSLC/Media-Centre/News-Releases/NSLC-Announces-2017-Year-End-Results. -30-
TORONTO – Aecon Group Inc.’s proposed $1.5 billion acquisition by a Chinese state-owned company hit a snag Monday when the federal government announced it is stepping up its national security review of the proposed takeover of Canadian construction company Aecon Group Inc. by a Chinese state-owned business.Toronto-based Aecon said the minister responsible for economic development informed the company that cabinet has ordered a further investigation of the deal under the Investment Canada Act, that will take more time.Such reviews target investments made by foreign companies trying to acquire control of Canadian businesses and allow the federal government to stop takeovers it deems to be “injurious to national security.”Since the measures first came into effect, they’ve only quashed a handful of deals.Here’s how a few takeover attempts fared when faced with government scrutiny:APPROVED: NorsatLast June, China’s Hytera Communications got approval to purchase Vancouver-based Norsat International Inc., which developed a satellite system for the Canadian Coast Guard and counts the Taiwanese Army, the U.S. Department of Defense, Fox News and Boeing as clients.The deal underwent a preliminary security screening, but then the federal government decided to waive a further review and approve the deal.In the wake of the deal, a U.S. congressional commission pushed for the Pentagon to puts its relationship with Norsat under review, saying Canada’s approval of the deal “raises significant national-security concerns for the United States as the company is a supplier to our military.”APPROVED: O-Net Communications, which is partially owned by the Chinese government, purchased Montreal-based ITF Technologies in 2015 and quickly landed approval from then-prime minister Stephen Harper’s government.Harper’s cabinet flip-flopped after a national security review warned the deal would speed up China’s ability to domestically produce military laser technology meeting Western standards, Globe and Mail sources alleged.In 2017, Justin Trudeau’s government scrapped the decision and called for a new review, which allowed O-Net to keep ITF.REJECTED: Beida Jade BirdIn 2014, Chinese company Beida Jade Bird wanted to open a 130,000-square-foot alarm manufacturing plant in Saint-Bruno, Que. and hire dozens of employees by the end of 2015. La Presse reported the plans went awry when the federal government forced Beida Jade Bird to undergo a national security review.Unnamed sources that spoke to LaPresse said the $30-million location was rejected because of its close proximity to the Canadian Space Agency’s headquarters.REJECTED: Manitoba Telecom Services’ AllstreamA sale of the Manitoba Telecom Services’ business unit Allstream to Egyptian investment group Accelero Capital Holdings was blocked in October 2013 over “unspecified national security concerns.”The deal was valued at $520 million, but when it was unexpectedly spiked, MTS Allstream braced itself for the failed transaction’s expenses and restructuring costs to trigger a $35-million loss.The government’s move to block Accelero had many worried because it came just as BlackBerry was putting itself up for sale and as Tony Clement, the then-treasury board president and former minister of industry, reasserted that the country would be stringently reviewing any foreign investment from a national security perspective.ENDED: Wind MobileAmsterdam-based telecommunications company VimpelCom stepped way from its June 2013 bid to acquire Globalive Wireless Management Corp. and its subsidiary, Wind Mobile, just as the deal was awaiting approval from federal regulators.Some suggested VimpelCom’s withdrawal was because approval was taking too long to secure, but the company said only that “it continues to be interested in consolidating its interest in Wind Mobile Canada and in working with the government of Canada to achieve this goal.”REJECTED:Potash Corp.Mining giant BHP Billiton walked away from a $40-billion takeover bid it had made for Potash Corporation in November 2010, after the federal government ruled that it would not offer net benefits to Canada.Industry Minister Tony Clement initially declared the government would stop the deal, but gave BHP Billiton an extra 30 days to alter its deal before he made a “final decision.”The proposed deal had been mired in criticism from Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall, who had pushed for the federal government to “stand up for Canada and Canada’s national strategic investments” by denying the bid, which the province complained would wreak havoc on its economy because of potash’s prominent role in Saskatchewan’s food production.REJECTED: MacDonald Dettwiler and Associated Ltd.’s space divisionIn April 2008, the federal government stopped a $1.3-billion deal that would have seen Vancouver-based MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates’ space division, which refurbished the Canadarm, find a new home at the U.S.-based Alliant Techsystems Inc.Industry minister Jim Prentice said the sale was blocked because “we don’t see net benefits to Canada in this transaction.”It was reportedly the first deal stopped by Industry Canada since its act came into effect in 1985.Before Prentice announced the ruling, Canadian Space Agency head and former astronaut Marc Garneau argued it would result in taxpayer-funded technology being sold off and would hamper the future of Canada’s satellite-building capabilities because MDA had exclusive global rights to images taken from the RADARSAT-2 satellite.After the sale was blocked, the federal government amended the Investment Canada Act national security test and warned that fewer foreign investments in the country would meet its requirements.Since then, MDA has transformed into a U.S. company and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange with a new name, Maxar Technologies.
A team of England football legends and pop stars have come together this week to record a video for the official England 2014 FIFA World Cup song for Sport Relief.12 former England players and eight pop stars descended on the world-famous Sarm Studios in West London, where the 1984 Band Aid single was recorded, to film the new video which will be shown for the first time on the Sport Relief Night of TV (Friday 21st March).Led by singer-songwriter Gary Barlow and former England football captain Gary Lineker the team are hoping the video will power Roy’s boys to glory in Brazil this summer. The line-up for the video includes musicians Katy B, Emma Bunton, Melanie C, Eliza Doolittle, Pixie Lott, Conor Maynard and Kimberley Walsh. Performing alongside them will be footballers including – Dion Dublin, Glenn Hoddle, Sir Geoff Hurst, Martin Keown, Gary Mabbutt, Michael Owen, Gary Pallister, Carlton Palmer, Kenny Sansom, David Seaman and Peter Shilton – who between them have played in eight World Cups.The video will be shown in full on the Sport Relief Night of TV on Friday 21st March and will be available to download on iTunes. The single won’t be released until nearer the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
U.S. stock indexes edged lower on Monday, pulled down by sinking bank stocks, and the S&P 500 fell for just the third time in the last three weeks.On Monday:The S&P 500 index lost 1.83 points, or 0.1%, to 2,905.58.The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 27.53, or 0.1%, to 26,384.77.The Nasdaq composite lost 8.15, or 0.1%, to 7,976.01.The Russell 2000 index of smaller-company stocks dropped 5.63, or 0.4%, to 1,579.17.For the year:The S&P 500 is up 398.73 points, or 15.9%.The Dow is up 3,057.31 points, or 13.1%.The Nasdaq is up 1,340.74 points, or 20.2%.The Russell 2000 is up 230.61 points, or 17.1%.The Associated Press
CALGARY — Canada’s oilsands industry, hard hit by a price storm this year, could be sailing straight into a pricing typhoon stirred up by new fuel standards for the international shipping industry.The tighter pollution rules by the International Maritime Organization, dubbed IMO 2020, are set to take effect Jan. 1, 2020, resulting in the sulphur content limit of “bunker” fuel on ships dropping from 3.5 per cent to just 0.5 per cent.The switch is expected to wallop prices for heavy oil containing high levels of sulphur — exactly the kind of the raw bitumen that makes up about half of Canada’s 4.4 million barrels per day of crude oil production.“It’s bad news for any producers of heavy, sour crude oil,” said Martin Tallett, president of Massachusetts-based oil market research firm EnSys Energy.“The shock is going to go through the system and affect all products, all regions.”Canada’s energy industry faced a widening spread between Canadian heavy crude prices compared with New York-traded West Texas Intermediate earlier this year that many observers blamed on a shortage of capacity on export pipelines out of Canada.The coming marine shipping rules could double or even triple the discount on Canadian heavy, pushing it potentially much wider than the US$30 a barrel discount producers encountered earlier this year, Tallett said.The resulting decline in demand for bitumen compared with lighter crudes could result in higher discount prices that last until 2022, according to a report from RBC Dominion Securities researchers.The looming deadline is a concern at Calgary-based Cenovus Energy Inc., where about 360,000 barrels per day or 91 per cent of its overall production is bitumen, produced from its steam-driven oilsands wells in northern Alberta.The IMO 2020 rules, along with uncertainty about when pipeline bottlenecks will be cleared, and limits on the company’s ability to process its oil at the U.S. refineries it co-owns, are issues to consider before any moves are made to expand production, said downstream senior vice-president Keith Chiasson.“We are obviously watching that space,” he said on a recent conference call, adding, “Do we want to bring new production growth into that market if we start seeing (new pipelines) deferred and delayed as well as the IMO impact coming?”The US$30 discount paid for bitumen-blend Western Canadian Select versus WTI in the first quarter, up from its typical discount in the mid-teens, prompted Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. to rein in bitumen production and led Husky Energy Inc. to buy more oil from others because it was cheaper than producing its own.Uncertainty continues to plague proposed new export pipelines including TransCanada’s Keystone XL project, the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline (despite it being sold to the federal government) and Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline replacement as environmental opposition to the projects remains high.Environmental concerns have also prompted action in the marine shipping industry, which is considered a highly energy efficient way to move goods over long distances but still harmful due to emissions.Most bunker fuel burned on ships is derived from the “residue” that remains after all of the more valuable light fuels such as gasoline and diesel have been removed from crude oil in a refinery.Following combustion in the engine, the sulphur in the fuel becomes sulphur oxide, a pollutant that causes respiratory symptoms and lung disease as well as acid rain, which can harm crops, forests and aquatic species, and contributes to the acidification of the oceans.The IMO first began restricting emissions in 2005 and its limits on sulphur in bunker fuel have been progressively tightened. Four “emission control areas” in Europe and North America already have a 0.1 per cent limit.Bunker fuel prices are expected to rise as the IMO 2020 standards lead to expensive upgrades at refineries around the world — by up to US$60 billion per year if there’s full compliance with the new rules, consultancy Wood Mackenzie said in an April study.It estimates demand for bunker fuels will total about 5.3 million barrels per day in 2020, far exceeding the anticipated world supply of about 1.2 million bpd of ultra-low sulphur fuels from refineries.That means ships will have to either switch to alternative fuels, which could include marine gas oil, liquefied natural gas or biofuels, or install scrubbers to remove sulphur from exhaust gas.Tallett said not all oilsands output will suffer because of IMO 2020 — synthetic crude produced from upgraders at oilsands mining operations is considered a light oil and, as such, would still attract prices similar to WTI.Suncor CEO Steve Williams said in a conference call last month that he thinks the company will come out ahead.“We think net-net we will actually gain by the IMO 2020 and that’s to do with the diesel yields off of our average barrel across the company and the fact that we think demand and prices will be relatively strong,” he said.“So, overall, the impact for Suncor is a positive one.”Suncor produced 425,000 bpd of upgraded crude oil in the first quarter, representing about 77 per cent of its overall oilsands production. It also owns refineries that can buy and process its raw bitumen for further price protection.While most observers agree that IMO 2020 negatively affects the price outlook for Canadian bitumen producers, there are differences in opinion about how much.Researchers at Calgary-based GMP FirstEnergy Capital say the impact will be reduced by factors including new pipeline startups, increased U.S. demand for Canadian bitumen to replace declining imports of sour heavy oil from Mexico and Venezuela, and an erosion in the value of the Canadian dollar, which will improve the return for Canadian oil sold in American currency.“For now, we are treating it as a small negative for prices leading into 2020.”
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has rejected an application to set aside an order to freeze assets in a civil forfeiture suit that alleges the defendants perpetrated a $30-million cryptocurrency fraud.In a suit filed this spring in B.C. Supreme Court, the B.C. Civil Forfeiture Office launched an action to seize a luxury Coal Harbour townhouse, two Range Rover SUVs and funds in Bank of Montreal accounts as proceeds of crime.Named in the suit were Lisa Angela Cheng and Kevin Patrick Hobbs — who headed up a pair of tech firms — who are accused of fraud, tax evasion and money laundering.The pair sought to set aside the interim preservation order, which prevents assets from being sold or taking on more debt, arguing it had been improperly granted ex parte — that is, without their lawyer being present in court. They also sought to have the Range Rovers returned pending the outcome of a trial.Cheng and Hobbs also argued that the B.C. Civil Forfeiture Office did not have all of the facts right, including that a criminal conviction for marijuana possession for Hobbs, referred to in an affidavit, had been overturned.Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below.B.C. Supreme Court Judge Elliot M. Myers, however, dismissed the pair’s application, noting that unless it is clearly not in the interests of justice, the court must grant an interim preservation order.While Cheng and Hobbs argued the civil forfeiture office’s evidence is “entirely speculative,” Myers said the office had made out a serious case to be tried for fraud and that the assets sought to be preserved are the proceeds of that alleged crime.“Looking at the matter overall, I do not think the defendants have demonstrated that the seizure is clearly not within the interests of justice,” Myers wrote in the decision.Both Cheng and Hobbs have denied perpetrating the alleged $30-million fraud involving an initial coin offering and maintain that they run a legitimate business.According to the B.C. Civil Forfeiture Office’s allegations, the couple ran Vanbex Group Inc. and Etherparty SmartContracts Inc., which launched a cryptocurrency coin called a FUEL token for which they raised money from investors by “deceit, falsehood or fraudulent means.”An RCMP investigation determined they raised more than $30 million “by falsely representing corporate investment opportunities … knowing they did not intend to use the invested funds to develop products they were marketing but rather with intention to misappropriate the corporately invested funds raised for their own personal benefit,” the claim’s statement says.In their response, Cheng and Hobbs say Vanbex did not solicit funds from investors for the development or distribution of the FUEL token and did not claim the value of the tokens would increase.The terms, conditions and risks of buying the tokens were laid out in documents prepared by counsel, says the response.The civil suit alleges that the couple attempted to liquidate their assets when they became aware of the RCMP investigation, a point the pair also denies.According to the court filing: “The criminal investigation is ongoing and currently no charges have been laid against either of the defendants.”A criminal conviction is not necessary to launch civil forfeiture suits, which have a lower threshold for convictions than criminal cases: a balance of probabilities rather than beyond a reasonable doubt.The three-bedroom townhouse in Coal Harbour was bought in late 2017 by Hobbs and Cheng and was recently listed for sale at $7.88 million. The Range Rovers, owned by Hobbs, sell for as much as $90,email@example.com/gordon_hoekstraCLICK HERE to report a typo. Is there more to this story? We’d like to hear from you about this or any other stories you think we should know about. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback AJ McCarron (5) passes against the San Francisco 49ers in the second quarter at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, on Dec. 20. Credit: Courtesy of TNSWith a little under two minutes to play in the fourth quarter, leading the Pittsburgh Steelers 16-15, it seemed that after so long, the Cincinnati Bengals were finally going to end their playoff winless streak that dates back to January 1991. Putting the length of that abysmal streak into greater perspective, in 1991 the price of gas was $1.14 a gallon, the president was George H.W. Bush, and “Home Alone” was No. 1 at the box office. Nonetheless, in embarrassing fashion, the Bengals’ streak was further extended yet another year. The deflating loss left Cincinnati’s fans with an all-too-familiar feeling, as they watched their team go out like the hapless “Bungals” rather than the proud Bengals who looked destined for a deep playoff run during much of the season.There was no love lost between the two teams Saturday night as the fierce rivalry rose to new, unprecedented heights. Dominating defenses, devastating hits, near-brawls and a combined 18 penalty flags were thrown, many of which were personal fouls. Although it was an ugly contest on both sides, it is the Bengals that will be remembered for choking away a sure-victory in such historically disgraceful fashion.After a rough-and-tumble first three quarters, with Cincinnati down 15-0 heading into the final period, quarterback A.J. McCarron quickly began an orange-and-black charge that had Paul Brown Stadium, widely known as “The Jungle,” in a frenzy. McCarron and Co. soon took back the lead when the second-year signal caller tossed a 25-yard touchdown pass to wideout A.J. Green late in the game. The comeback seemed all but complete when linebacker Vontaze Burfict, who injured Steelers starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger earlier in the night on a sack, intercepted backup Landry Jones deep in Pittsburgh territory. Just as the Bengals looked to have finally broken the sixth-longest postseason drought in NFL history, the meltdown ensued.Almost as quickly as Cincinnati had the ball, it gave it right back to its hated rivals when running back Jeremy Hill was stripped on the opening play of the drive by former Ohio State standout Ryan Shazier. The Steelers indeed recovered the fumble when a first down would have effectively ended the game. Despite being carted off the field and taken to the locker room earlier, Roethlisberger came back out for a final chance at victory and led the Pittsburgh offense from its own 9-yard line to just past midfield. It would need to go further, but it didn’t have to do it on its own. The Bengals did it for them.Roethlisberger overthrew receiver Antonio Brown over the middle on the very next play, where Brown’s head would violently meet Burfict’s shoulder, concussing the Steelers’ star wideout. A 15-yard penalty was handed out, with a possible suspension now pending. The hit was as dirty as any, something that has become Burfict’s calling card. He argued the call for some minutes after and, like all game long, couldn’t keep his emotions together, especially when it mattered most. Neither could cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones, who received a personal foul after getting into it with Pittsburgh assistant coach Joey Porter. Thirty penalty yards later, kicker Chris Boswell drilled a 35-yard field goal to give Pittsburgh an improbable wild-card round victory.It was an embarrassing display of sportsmanship — or lack thereof. It was, in fact, disgusting, mainly on the Bengals’ part. All game long, coach Marvin Lewis, now the owner of a winless 0-7 record in the playoffs, failed to keep his players in check, specifically Burfict, who played on the edge most of the night. The lack of emotional restraint and composure boiled over to the point of implosion, costing Cincinnati a spot in the divisional round of the playoffs. Fans in “The Jungle” were almost as disgraceful, as they were seen pelting the turf, as well as Roethlisberger during his cart ride to the locker room, with plastic bottles and other debris.When it comes down to it, sure, Burfict racked up six tackles, a clutch sack of Roethlisberger and had what should have been a game-ending interception. Even Jones had a 24-yard punt return to set the Bengals offense up with good field position in the closing stages. And yet, Saturday night’s meltdown in Cincinnati proved that the content of your character always overcomes talent, something that might end up costing Lewis his job as coach of the Bengals.
Rousey was awarded the equivalent of the bantamweight belt she won in the now-defunct Strikeforce before her first UFC fight, but quickly showed she deserved it.“I was actually less nervous walking out than I was for some of my earlier fights,” Rousey said. “I felt like the UFC champion, and I know how hard I am working. This was a wild ride, and I can’t wait to get back in the octagon.” Faber (28-6) got his career back on track with an impressive victory over Menjivar (25-11). With his home-state crowd behind him, Faber took early control on the ground and then finished Menjivar by clinging to his back and wrapping both legs around his standing opponent, forcing Menjivar to tap out while on his feet with 26 seconds left in the opening round.“Ivan is a very crafty veteran,” Faber said. “I just attacked the neck. He let me hold on too long, and that was that.”Although Faber has a huge fan following for his years of success in other promotions, he was just 2-2 since moving to the UFC two years ago, dropping narrow decisions to bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz and Renan Barao.Robbie Lawler stopped Josh Koscheck with 1:03 left in the first round with a series of strikes, earning the knockout of the night award in his first UFC fight since October 2004. Court McGee also beat Josh Neer by unanimous decision in his welterweight debut. Rousey and Carmouche didn’t disappoint in their pressure-packed debuts. Although Rousey was heavily favored, Carmouche (7-3) actually had Rousey in trouble early, nearly landing a rear naked choke while clinging to Rousey’s back in the opening two minutes.Rousey, who had never been seriously threatened in any previous bout, barely escaped the chokehold by getting her chin and mouth underneath Carmouche’s arm. Rousey gradually imposed her will on the former Marine after that, rolling her across the canvas and finally getting side control on Carmouche before patiently separating her arms to land an armbar.“That was the most vulnerable a position I’ve been in so far in my career,” Rousey said. “That was pretty tight, that neck crank, and I was very happy to get out of it. She had the choke across my mouth and … her forearm was pushing against my teeth. That can’t have been any more fun for her than it was for me. Crazy sport we’re in, huh?” Two judges favored Machida 29-28, while the third had Henderson winning 29-28.“He’s a very great opponent for me, and I have a lot of respect for him,” Machida said while fans booed. “My strategy was to keep the fight standup, and I think I got it. I think I completely dominated the first round, second round, third round.” RONDA ROUSEY AND Liz Carmouche made history just by stepping into the UFC cage. When Rousey recorded another savage victory with her signature move, she demonstrated why she could be a trailblazer in women’s sports for years to come.Rousey won the UFC’s first women’s bout Saturday night, beating Carmouche on an armbar with 11 seconds left in the first round of their bantamweight title fight at UFC 157.Rousey (7-0) defended her belt with her seemingly inevitable move, forcing Carmouche to tap out after bending back her arm. Rousey raised both arms in victory while flat on the canvas after the longest fight of the mixed martial artist’s ascendant career.“Is this real life right now? I’m not sure,” said Rousey, a former judo star with just two years of pro MMA experience.Former UFC champion Lyoto Machida counterpunched his way to a split decision over Dan Henderson on the undercard at Honda Center, and bantamweight Urijah Faber beat Ivan Menjivar with an acrobatic rear naked choke late in the first round.But the sellout crowd largely showed up to see Rousey, whose unique combination of star power, athleticism and skill singlehandedly ended UFC President Dana White’s long-standing disinterest in women’s MMA. White even put Rousey and Carmouche in the main event of a pay-per-view show by the sport’s dominant promotion. (Ronda Rousey celebrates defeating Liz Carmouche after their UFC 157 women’s bantamweight championship mixed martial arts match – C. Hong/AP/Press Association Images)Rousey has won all seven of her professional MMA bouts and three amateur fights by armbar, a judo move that has dislocated at least two prior opponents’ elbows.“I had to learn to take my time in MMA, and I was just able to keep a clear head,” said Rousey, who became the first American woman to win an Olympic judo medal in Beijing.Rousey dealt with constant attention from media and fans in recent weeks, a function of her rising stardom in the UFC and the larger sports world. She said the pressure wasn’t anything she couldn’t handle.“There’s no amount of press that can save these girls from me,” she said.Carmouche earned a huge ovation from the sellout crowd for giving Rousey more trouble than she had ever faced.“I thought I had it,” said Carmouche, who served three tours of duty in Iraq. “Like everything else, you make a mistake, and it turns around.”Machida (19-3), the former light heavyweight champion, had lost three of his previous five bouts before edging Henderson (29-9) in a slow, technical fight. Machida used his typical elusiveness and unorthodox, karate-based techniques to pick away at Henderson.Both fighters raised their arms in victory after the final horn, but Machida landed 68 percent of the fight’s significant strikes, with a 23-8 advantage in head strikes. YouTube credit: UFCThe Sunday Papers: Some of the week’s best sportswriting>Looking good, Paul! It’s the sporting tweets of the week>
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, May 26, 2017 – Nassau – Six females have been named to fill Government Senate Appointments in the Upper Chamber including Mrs. Kathleen (Kay) Forbes-Smith and Dr. Mildred Hall, who will serve as President and Vice-President of the Upper Chamber respectively.Prime Minister, the Hon. Dr. Hubert Alexander Minnis said the Government Senate Appointments “reflect the diversity of our Commonwealth.”Monday’s appointment to the Senate will serve as Mrs. Forbes-Smith’s third stint in the Upper Chamber beginning in 2001 with her first appointment. Prime Minister Minnis said that first appointment in 2001 “was part of the historic advancement of gender equity in the make-up of the Senate.”Prime Minister Minnis said Dr. Hall will help to exemplify the spirit of community service and volunteerism that are a major theme of his government. He said both women are of enormous talents and diverse experiences who will bring many fine qualities to the Upper Chamber.“The Hon. Vice-President of the Senate exemplifies this spirit of service. Her community service is impressive. She has served with the Zonta Club of Nassau, the Nassau Chapter of Links Inc., the Bahamas Family Planning Association, the AIDS Foundation of The Bahamas, the AIDS Secretariat of The Bahamas, the PACE Foundation, the National Association of Child Birthing Centers, The Bahamas National Trust, The Bahamas Red Cross and internationally, has served on the Board of the Howard University College of Medicine.“I have known and respected Dr. Hall for many years as a medical colleague and I am happy to serve with her as a colleague in government. I will call on the Hon. Dr. Mildred Hall and other community-minded individuals to inspire in others the spirit of community service,” Prime Minister Minnis added.Other Senate appointments included the Hon. Juanianne Dorsett; the Hon. Jasmine Turner-Dareus; the Hon. Jennifer Isaacs-Dotson; the Hon. Sharon Annafaye Ferguson-Knowles; the Hon. Jamal Moss; the Hon. Ranard Henfield and the Hon. Dwight Sawyer.Prime Minister Minnis also announced that the Hon. Carl Bethel, Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, will serve as Government Leader in the Senate. Minister of Labour, the Hon. Dion Foulkes and Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister, the Hon. Kwasi Thompson will also serve in the Senate.#magneticmedianews#governmentsenateappointments Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#governmentsenateappointments, #magneticmedianews
And of course, he’s right. Magazines and newspapers, once the center of our publishing universe, now are only one part of the bigger branded experience. This isn’t a new concept but it becomes a more solid reality every day.Coming from an online editor, perhaps I should have rephrased the question, especially when asking the former top editor of a magazine for marketers. Duh, Jason.Anyway, for those of you who actually were wondering what Bloom’s thoughts are on his Ad Age experience and on the industry, here’s what he wrote:I feel proud to have been part of the team that took it from being a newspaper to a genuinely multi-faceted publication. As to the marketing and media business, there’s almost too much to say to sum up my thoughts in a sentence or two, but we all know it’s going through a massive transition. Marketers are going to keep shifting to more direct, engaging and measurable ways of conversing with their audience and they’re going to need to deliver things audiences really want or even need—as I’ve said before the marketing is going to become a service, and in some ways even a product. The media owners and agencies who are going to succeed will be the ones that help them figure out how best to do that—and how to charge for all their work on that challenge. More on this topic Jonah Bloom Out as Ad Age Editor Former Breaking Media EIC Jonah Bloom Joins Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal & Partners Overheard at AMC Re-Making the Magazine Industry Ad Age Editor: ‘We Like It When You Pick a Place to Moor Our Yachts’ Wired Celebrates 15 Years in StyleJust In PE Firm Acquires Majority Stake in Industry Dive Four More Execs Depart SourceMedia in Latest Restructuring Meredith Corp. Makes Digital-Side Promotions | People on the Move The Atlantic Names New Global Marketing Head | People on the Move TIME Names New Sales, Marketing Leads | People on the Move Editor & Publisher Magazine Sold to Digital Media ConsultantPowered by Crain Communications on Thursday announced that Jonah Bloom, longtime editor of trade publication Advertising Age, was leaving the company to serve as CEO and editor-in-chief of budding blogging network Breaking Media—home to Above the Law and Dealbreaker. Following Bloom is Ad Age senior editor Matt Creamer, who will take the executive editor post at Breaking Media.When I heard the news, I shot Bloom an e-mail to get his take on his departure—what about the opportunity at Breaking Media lured him away from Ad Age. Another question I asked was: Looking back at your time at Ad Age, what are your thoughts about the magazine? The industry?The first part of Bloom’s response was, well, somewhat snippy: Without meaning to sound defensive, Ad Age isn’t a magazine. Sure, that’s one way in which it delivers weekly analysis—a way that’s still valued by many senior executives—but a huge proportion of what it does today it does digitally.
In Sen. Ted Stevens’ day, Alaska thrived on earmarks, the congressional practice of directing federal dollars to home-state projects. Lawmakers agreed in 2011 to end the tradition, in response to public outrage over projects such as Alaska’s so-called “bridge to nowhere.” To this day, nearly every account of alleged excess features as Exhibit A the bridge that would’ve connected Ketchikan to its island airport. But now, there’s serious talk in Washington of bringing back the earmark.Download Audio“I have been a fan of earmarks since I got here the first day,” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid told reporters at the Capitol last week. “Keep in mind that’s what the country has done for more than 200 years.”Democrats aren’t united on this. President Obama opposes earmarks. Reid says he doesn’t care.“I disagree … with Obama on earmarks,” Reid said. “He’s wrong.”Among Republicans, the issue is also divisive. GOP senators debated it during a policy meeting last week. Opponents say earmarks are wasteful, while advocates say they may be the grease needed to break Congressional deadlock. Alaska’s congressional delegation, though, is solidly pro-earmark, with both senators on the Appropriations Committee, where most of the earmarking used to happen. Sen. Lisa Murkowski says the stereotype is that earmarks fund obscure projects in the dark of night. More typically, she says, a city council passes a resolution supporting a project and asks for her help.“And they come to us, and we put it on our Web site,” she said. “And then people say ‘well surely that’s something that you would advocate as their representative back here in Washington, D.C.’ But did you know that’s called an earmark?”At least, it is if the lawmaker writes it into a bill. Now, Congress just sends money to the government agencies, and they decide what projects to spend it on. So lawmakers who want to press for a project routinely contact agency chiefs to make their case. Murkowski says it amounts to earmarking in secret: “When you go through the back door, that’s, I believe, taking you back to the days of the deal done in the dark of the night in the smoke-filled room.”There are other ways around the ban. A New York congressman, for instance, didn’t direct any money to a ladder manufacturer in his district, but in a defense bill last week, he essentially orders the Army to brief Congress on the benefits of “carbon fiber ladders.”Sen. Mark Begich says earmarking doesn’t bust the budget. It only directs money within a budget.“You know, we’re closest to the people in a lot of ways and understanding the needs, and I think to have us as part of the process is important, and earmarks allow the opportunity to do that,” he said.Alaska Congressman Don Young, in effect, made earmarking a household word by setting aside big money for the Ketchikan bridge a decade ago. He says the Constitution gives Congress the power of the purse, and Congress should use it.“I don’t know what’s wrong with my party,” he said in an interview late last year. “I frankly think they had their head in the sand, when they said ‘We can’t have earmarks. We have to balance the budget.’ We transferred that power to the president.”But Speaker of the House John Boehner told Fox News this week, as long as he’s in charge, the ban stays.“I started this effort in 2006, to get rid of earmarks,” the Ohio Republican said. “We are not going back to the nonsense that went on before then.”So far, Washington’s inertia seems to be in Boehner’s favor on this one.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) is likely to pull the wraps off its much anticipated Activa 125 in the domestic market in the first week of April. Emerging reports suggest that the dealers of the company in India have started accepting bookings for Honda’s next Activa offering with an advance payment of 5,000.Activa 125, an amazing creation of Honda in the Activa line up, has been getting lot of attention in the domestic market since its first appearance at the Delhi Auto Expo. Now a report by Zigwheels suggests that the Activa 125 will come in two variants- standard and Deluxe. While the Standard Activa 125 would carry a price tag of 56, 000, the second version Activa 125 Deluxe would reach the market at 61,000.What We Know So Far Previous reports suggested that the Activa 125, the first Honda scooter in the 125cc segment, is already expecting a waiting period of upto six months and the scooter will come with Honda Efficiency Technology (HET). The HET innovation of Honda, which is seen in the Activa 110 and Activa-i will help the upcoming Activa 125 to deliver a fuel efficiency of 60 kmpl.Under the hood, Activa 125 will pack 125cc, single cylinder, four-stroke engine, which can churn out a power of 8.6bhp at 6500 rpm and peak torque of 10.12 Nm at 5500 rpm. The engine is mated to a V-Matic CVT transmission and the scooter will come with telescopic fork suspension at the front and hydraulic type at the rear.Seated on a wheelbase of 1,260 mm, Activa 125 measures 1,814 mm in length, 704 mm in width, and 1,151 mm in height. Activa 125 will hit the scooter market in four colours- midnight blue, black, pearl white and sword silver and will pack features like optional disc brake, tubeless tires, digital meter and metal body.The scooter when launched, will directly challenge the country’s current 125cc automatic scooter segment leaders Piaggio’s Vespa, Suzuki’s Access and Swish and Mahindra’s Duro and Rodeo.
BSE closes points 313.86 up on June 302.9K views00:00 / 00:00- 00:00:0000:00BSE closes points 313.86 up on June 302.9K viewsBusinessNew Delhi, June 30 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 313.86 points up to stand at 25,413.78. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 102.55 points up to stand at 7,611.35. Syndicate Bank and Allahabad Bank were among the top gainers of Group A with an increase of 11.85% and 8.91% along with CESC and JPPOWER with an increase of 8.69% and 8.62% respectively, while the top losers of Group A include United Spirits and Sobha Developers Ltd. with a decrease of 4.21% and 2.82% along with Bharti Infratel and TV18 Broadcast with a decrease of 2.72% and 2.25% at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is up 41.27 points at 15,239.54 while the banking sector is up 293.34 points at 17,475.08 and the realty sector is up 21.56 points at 2,077.13. The Indian currency is up 0.01% at Rs 60.09 per dollar.Ventuno Web Player 4.50New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 313.86 points up to stand at 25,413.78. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 102.55 points up to stand at 7,611.35. Syndicate Bank and Allahabad Bank were among the top gainers of Group A with an increase of 11.85% and 8.91% along with CESC and JPPOWER with an increase of 8.69% and 8.62% respectively, while the top losers of Group A include United Spirits and Sobha Developers Ltd. with a decrease of 4.21% and 2.82% along with Bharti Infratel and TV18 Broadcast with a decrease of 2.72% and 2.25% at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is up 41.27 points at 15,239.54 while the banking sector is up 293.34 points at 17,475.08 and the realty sector is up 21.56 points at 2,077.13. The Indian currency is up 0.01% at Rs 60.09 per dollar.
Muhammad Yunus Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus in an open letter on Tuesday urged the UN Security Council to intervene the humanitarian crisis in the Rakhine state of Myanmar.”As you are aware, the human tragedy and crimes against humanity have taken a dangerous turn in the Arakan region of Myanmar. It needs your immediate intervention,” said Yunus in the letter sent to the president and members of the Security Council, according to a press release.According to different organisations, recent military offensive by the Myanmar army in Rakhine state has led to the killing of hundreds of Rohingya people, Yunus added. The Nobel peace laureate mentioned hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced, and villages have been burned, women raped, many civilians arbitrarily arrested, and children killed.He pointed out humanitarian aid organisations have been almost completely denied access to Myanmar, creating an appalling humanitarian crisis in an area already extremely poor.Quoting local administration sources, around 120,000 people have fled to Bangladesh during the last twelve days, Yunus said.He said human misery created by such massive displacement of men, women, and children under the threat of death is getting worse every day.”I, along with several Nobel laureates, and eminent global citizens denounced the previous spate of violence late last year and wrote to you to intervene. Despite initiatives taken by you, the situation has not improved. This time, I urge you to take decisive actions to stop the violence against innocent civilians and bring permanent peace in Rakhine,” said Yunus. The Nobel laureate said, “I call on UNSC to intervene immediately by using all available means. I request you to take immediate action for cessation of indiscriminate military attack on innocent civilians that is forcing them to leave their home and flee country to turn into stateless people.””I urge you to persuade Myanmar government to take immediate steps to implement the recommendations of the Rakhine Advisory Commission which the Myanmar government established in 2016 under the pressure of international community,” Yunus said. He said the commission, mostly comprised of Myanmar citizens, chaired by Kofi Annan, recommended providing citizenship to the Rohingyas, to allow them freedom of movement, rights and equality before the law, to ensure communal representation, lack of which affects Muslims disproportionately, to facilitate UN assistance in ensuring safety and security of returning people.Yunus mentioned decades of persecution appears to be breeding radicalisation which the Rakhine Advisory Commission, rightly apprehended.He said the fear became reality through the attack on Myanmar security forces by the militants.Unless, constructive effort to build lasting peace is taken, the situation will get worse which in turn may pose serious security threat to the neighbouring countries, Yunus observed.He suggested a bold change in approach is needed by United Nations and the international community if there is to be an end to the cycle of violence against the Rohingyas.The Nobel laureate said the government of Myanmar needs to be told that international support and finance is conditional on a major change in policy towards the Rohingya.Yunus said propaganda and incitement of hatred and all violence, particularly state violence against Rohingyas must stop, discriminatory laws and policies must go, the recommendations of Kofi Annan’s commission must be implemented immediately.He also said the world is waiting to see that UNSC has played its role to bring end to a humanitarian crisis and build peace in the region.
Photo: pahichan.com Photo: pahichan.com Photo: @USAmbNepal/Twitter Here are the best photos from Vietnam’s Pride which looked like so much fun Credits: pahichan.com Benidorm to host a ‘fun, friendly, flirty’ Pride festival in stunning locationsThe voice of tourism may make LGBTI in Istanbul happen todayUK wants to separate these husbands and send one to his deathRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/17-of-the-most-colorful-pictures-of-this-years-nepal-pride/ Nepal Pride in Kathmandu coincides with the Gai Jatra festival. | Photo: @USAmbNepal/Twitter Credits: lexlimbu.com Photo: lexlimbu.com Photo: lexlimbu.comYou might also like:Puerto Rican designer creates new Pride flag to include trans and people of color Credits: pahichan.com Photo: pahichan.com Credits: pahichan.com Photo: pahichan.com Russian activists receive fines for trying to organize a Pride in St. Petersburg Credits: pahichan.com Credits: lexlimbu.com Photo: pahichan.com Photo: lexlimbu.com Credits: pahichan.com eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Nepal Pride took place in Kathmandu on 27 August, turning the capital into a rainbow hub for the 15th edition of the LGBTI march. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Thousands of people gathered to protest for equality during the parade. This year’s theme was Alliance for Solidarity.Nepal Pride coincides with the Gai Jatra festivalMembers of the LGBTI community from more than 50 districts assembled in the capital.The LGBTI celebration organized by the LGBT rights advocacy group Blue Diamond Society coincided with Gai Jatra. This is the traditional Nepali festival of cows commemorating the people passed away over the past year.As those participating in Gai Jatra usually wear colorful outfits and crossdress, the Blue Diamond Society chose the festival for holding pride marches.The LGBTI parade began in the tourist hub of Thamel and then concluded in Hanuman Dhoka, bringing rainbow flags and colorful balloons to the streets.In an interview with local website pahichan.com, the leader of the Blue Diamond Society Pinky Gurung pointed out that there were only 49 people when they started to celebrate this day. She also highlighted that the number has reached more than one thousand now.LGBT rights in NepalHomosexuality has been legal ever since 2007. Furthermore, there are a few laws which include protections on the basis of sexual orientation.Despite Nepal is one of the most progressive countries in Asia when it comes to LGBTI rights, there is no recognition of same-sex relationships. Same-sex couples are also not allowed to adopt.According to the article 18 (Right to Equality), the State will not ‘discriminate against any citizens based on origin, religion, race, caste, tribe, gender, language or ideological conviction or likely any other status’. However, the Chapter 3 of the civil code, part 1, article 67 specifically states marriage is between ‘a man and a woman’ only.Together with other LGBTI groups, the Blue Diamond Society is urging the government to legalize same-sex marriage in the country.Take a look at the pictures from Pride:Credits: @USAmbNepal/Twitter GAYSTARNEWS-
Jacó is now home to a Turtle Hatchery, located Jacó Centro. Thanks to the national police officers for helping make the project a success and toPhilip Share, Jacó Rustico and Jeff Fisher for their collaboration, which made it possible to buy material to build the hatchery. For more information, contact the Central Pacific chamber of Commerce at 2643-2853.If you would like to join the Jacó lifeguard team, this is your opportunity. Marvin Peréz will be starting a volunteer lifeguarding project, and the first meeting was held yesterday at 7 p.m. in the Central Park of Jacó. Teatro Jacó will be hosting an acting workshop Sept. 30-Oct. 30 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. for ages 7-19. Cost is $120. The acting workshop follows the “play-way” style of teaching by engaging students in play-like situations to develop their imagination and creative skills. Children are taught not only to use their minds but also their bodies, which helps build expressive abilities and self-confidence. The workshop aims to train them not only for stage, but for leadership in life as well.The students will be working on scenes from famous plays. They will each have a part to play. Darren Lee Cole, artistic director of Teatro Jacó, will direct the plays, and he will have an assistant speaking Spanish. There will be special Halloween performances for all the students and their parents, with a Halloween party at the theatre following the performance. Teatro Jacó also invites you to sponsor a child in the community to do this workshop. Teatro Jacó’s mission is to bring culture and the arts to the communities of Garabito through theatrical, dance, musical productions and workshops combining professional artists with our local talent. For more information, email email@example.com or call 2630-9812.-Christina TruittChristina_truitt@yahoo.com Facebook Comments No related posts.
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having signed up with FC Vestsjaelland of Denmark in January 2014,"We are demolishing 12000 houses and constructing 25500 houses" he said Kasauli (Himachal Pradesh): Narayani Devi whose son is accused of killing a woman officer leading a demolition drive against illegal construction began her day early on Friday digging deep into the rubble of the guesthouse named after her to try and salvage what she could A day after her son Vijay Singh Thakur was arrested on charges of killing assistant town planner Shail Bala Sharma the owner of the Narayani Guest House a part of which is being demolished was stoic her face giving away little as officials and police kept a hawk-eyed vigil on the site that has become the cynosure of national attention The court ordered demolition work of two of the four floors of the guesthouse on the busy Dharampur-Kasauli road is being carried out by different civil agencies of the Himachal Pradesh government under the careful watch of the Himachal Pradesh police including commandos The slender elderly woman dressed in a salwar kameez and wearing slippers rifled through the debris of plywood brick and mortar picking up pieces of her life as it were stopping occasionally to tell those engaged in bringing down the floors to be careful Narayani Devi had earlier said her son had lost his mental balance as he couldn’t see their guesthouse being demolished Vijay Singh Thakur being taken to court PTI Thakur was arrested in Mathura on Thursday in a joint operation by the police in Himachal Pradesh and Delhi He allegedly fired and killed Sharma who was leading a demolition drive against illegal construction and had reached the Narayani Guest House in Kasauli on Tuesday "He had spent a lot of money on the guest house He even borrowed money to expand it He was spending money on lawyers’ fees after the case was going on He was mentally upset for past 2-3 months and was on medication for this" Narayani said When her son was brought to the site under heavy police escort late afternoon her eyes turned moist "I still don’t think that he could have shot anyone" she kept saying The accused’s children and wife restricted themselves inside a portion of the guest house where they live as demolition continued Narayani said that Thakur’s children were under acute stress and did not attend school for few days Most of those who live in the neighbourhood where the shooting incident took place described Vijay Singh a government employee as a man who kept low-profile and helped his mother run the guest house "We were shocked when we heard that Vijay Singh had killed a lady officer He is an educated person who was also known for his good writing skills He would take a bus to Shimla from Dharampur to reach his office and was polite and courteous with everyone" said a local who owns a juice shop The Supreme Court had on April 17 ordered the state government to demolish unauthorised structures in several hotels and guesthouses in Kasauli and Dharampur areas of Solan district Four teams were constituted by the authorities to carry out the work On Thursday the apex court said the "unfortunate death" of the woman government official was the result of "non-implementation of the law" Seeking the status of investigation in the case it directed the Himachal Pradesh government to apprise it about the steps taken to ensure that no unauthorised constructions were carried out in the entire state It also asked the state to inform it about the status of implementation of the order regarding demolition of unauthorised constructions in 13 hotels at Kasauli On Friday teams from different government departments including Revenue PWD Electricity Department Forests and Irrigation and Public Health were engaged in the task of bringing down illegal structures with police personnel being deployed outside each building Several hotel and guesthouse owners said they have decided to bring down unauthorised constructions on their premises Aman the manager of Hotel Whispering Winds told PTI that they had decided to voluntarily demolish a portion of the hotel Giving details officials said unauthorised construction in four hotels and guest houses in Sanawar in the area had been demolished A hotel on the Dharampur-Kasauli road had allegedly built several rooms without permission and most of the structure was being brought down According to norms only three storeys plus one for parking is admissible but several hotels have openly violated the norms by constructing four to eight storeys The issue has inevitably acquired political overtones Attacking the BJP government in Himachal Pradesh over the alleged poor law and order situation Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee (HPCC) president Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu has said the murder of a lady officer at Kasauli had generated fear among law enforcing employees He alleged that the crime graph had gone up since the BJP came to power in December last year Hitting out at opposition parties Chief Minister 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