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A giant step forward new 10 bill featuring Viola Desmond to enter

first_imgThe new banknote featuring a picture of Viola Desmond will go into circulation tomorrow, and the civil rights activist’s sister will be the first person to use it.Wanda Robson will make the first official purchase with the new $10 bill during a ceremony tomorrow at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg.The 91-year-old is set to buy a book that she co-wrote with Cape Breton University professor Graham Reynolds about Demond’s life and legacy.Robson says she’ll give the book to give to her 12-year-old granddaughter so she can learn more about her great-aunt’s story.Desmond will be the first black woman to be featured on a Canadian banknote.She was arrested in 1946 after she refused to leave the whites-only area of the Roseland Theatre in New Glasgow, N.S., which has since become one of the most high-profile incidents of racial discrimination in Canadian history.But it was only after Desmond died in 1965 that her story was widely told.She has since received numerous accolades, including having a Halifax Transit ferry named after her and recieving a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame.Robson hopes the new bill will bring even more awareness to her sister’s story and will be a “giant step forward” in terms of continuing Desmond’s work toward equality.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Conflict looming over BC mega projects

first_imgBy Rob SmithAPTN National NewsVANCOUVER–British Columbia is a tinder keg.All eyes have turned to Ottawa awaiting the federal cabinet to decide the fate of the controversial Prosperity mine.Some observers believe violence could erupt if the federal government approves the mine.Prosperity mine, however, is one of many potential flash points threatening to flare up in B.C.Over the past few months several mega projects have been proposed.It’s a signal to chiefs that the Gordon Campbell government has opened the province for business and set it on a collision course with First Nations.last_img read more

Man and teen in custody after police pursuit near Grande Prairie

first_imgGRANDE PRAIRIE, A.B. – Two people are in police custody after allegedly leading police on a pursuit near Grande Prairie yesterday.On Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at approximately 11:00 a.m., RCMP were called to a report of a suspicious man whose vehicle was stuck in a ditch near the community of Webster.The caller reported the man was behaving erratically and left on foot with a female passenger. A 35-year-old man and a 16-year-old girl were arrested and remain in police custody.Police say that charges are pending and an update will be provided when more information is available. Witnesses then saw the suspects flee the area on a quad.  Police attempted to intercept the quad but were unsuccessful.Police say they learned that the truck in the ditch was previously stolen, while the quad was reported stolen soon after police encountered the suspects.Moments later, a third report of a stolen truck was relayed to police.Police quickly located the vehicle and repeatedly attempted to arrest the suspects, one of police learned was a dangerous offender.The suspects continued to evade police and RCMP enlisted air support and members of the Emergency Response Team in Edmonton, along with officers from the Spirit River and Dawson Creek detachments.The vehicle was located from the air and collided with two police vehicles before coming to a stop near Bonanza.last_img read more

Moroccan Ministry of Culture Catalogues Agadirs Historic Monuments

Rabat – The Ministry of Culture and Communication conducted a complete inventory of buildings and architectural monuments in the commune of Agadir.The inventory is part of a ministry program dedicated to the protection and rehabilitation of historic buildings and sites.The ministry carried out field investigations, the first of their kind, resulting in the inventory of more than 80 historic buildings, according to the ministry’s statement. The inventory includes public and private buildings, zaouias, shrines, cinemas, and hospitals. It also lists banking and educational institutions, bridges, and other geologically significant sites.Several inventory experts, architects, students, and researchers in the field of cultural heritage participated in the inventory.For the inventory’s successful completion, experts used advanced techniques, including a geographic information system (GIS), aerial images used to create maps and atlases, and a comprehensive database containing building plans and recent photos of each building.The inventory aims to study and share the heritage components of these buildings so that “all stakeholders take them into consideration in the maintenance and urbanization work.” The content of the inventory can also serve the implementation of tourist routes, strengthening the attractiveness of the city as well as the sites’ registration files on the national heritage list.” read more

OPP beef up resources for Pride event

Haldimand OPP will be better prepared this weekend for the third annual Pride Haldimand-Norfolk event in Dunnville.Earlier this month, the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD) issued a finding of “neglect of duty” against Insp. Phil Carter, commander of the Haldimand detachment, in connection with a protest at last year’s Pride event.The third annual event is Saturday. Const. Rodney Leclair, spokesperson for the Haldimand OPP, says the force will be ready if similar troubles arise this weekend.“We are aware of this upcoming event,” Leclair said in an email.“The primary role of the OPP would be to keep the peace and ensure public safety. In fulfilling this role, the OPP take a measured, professional approach that balances individual rights with the need to maintain public peace and order.”The OIPRD took Insp. Carter to task for not having resources in place to keep the peace and protect public safety at last year’s event.Organizers of the Pride event asked the Haldimand OPP, in advance, to stay away from Central Park in Dunnville.However, OIPRD director Sylvana Capogreco said in her report it was negligent for Insp. Carter to honour this request given that confrontations at Pride events are not uncommon.Anti-gay protesters attended the first Pride event in Dunnville in 2017. Last year, a dozen protesters turned up. They cited Bible verses opposing homosexuality and delivered graphic commentary about homosexual acts over military-grade bullhorns.“It was mostly individuals from out of town with a few locals,” Louise Jones, spokesperson for Pride Haldimand-Norfolk, said in an email.“I believe the leader was from Texas and they were claiming to be protesting on ‘religious beliefs.’ I believe they were all-purpose haters because – as you will read in the (OIPRD) report – it was a mixture of homophobia as well as racism expressed in their protest.”In her report, Capogreco says the intensity of last year’s protest and its potential for violence caught the Haldimand OPP flat-footed.Haldimand OPP – some of them off-duty – were scrambled to the park to deal with the confrontation, which occurred May 26. Officers were also called in from Norfolk, Brant and Niagara.“Objectively assessed, the reasonable action expected of an officer with the commensurate experience of Insp. Carter would be to appropriately notify and brief his officers about the event through a meeting or at least a detailed written correspondence,” Capogreco says in her report.“Insp. Carter’s failure to put proper measures in place was a clear breach of his duty to protect the safety of the public and other police officers under the Police Services Act and common law.“While there is no evidence indicating he intentionally failed to act in this case, (Carter) demonstrated a degree of neglect which would make the matter cross the line from a mere performance consideration to a matter of misconduct.”The complaint to the OIPRD was lodged by Joe DaRocha. In her report, Capogreco dismissed allegations that the attending officers were negligent in their handling of the event. Also dismissed was an allegation of “unnecessary exercise of authority” by an individual officer.Questions about next steps were shared with OPP West Region in London Thursday afternoon. Responses to questions about a possible follow-up investigation and whether Insp. Carter has an avenue of appeal were not received by press time.Pride Haldimand-Norfolk organizers will hold Saturday’s event at Lions Park in Dunnville. The event has been moved to this venue, in part, because the location allows for better crowd control and less likelihood that celebrants will clash with protesters.MSonnenberg@postmedia.com read more

Horned beast sparks police warning as goatantelope escapes enclosure at Devon zoo

The mountain-dwelling creature is not one of the site’s most dangerous animals and is more likely to run away from people than approach them, the zoo said. Phil Knowling, a spokesperson from Paignton Zoo, said: “Our main concern now is that the animal is safe and well, that we locate her and get her back into familiar territory with the rest of the herd.“She is probably pretty stressed. We are hoping that a police drone with thermal imaging technology can help.”A police spokesperson added: “As you can see it is a horned beast and could be a danger to the public if startled.  A female West Caucasian tur escaped from an enclosure at Paignton Zoo in DevonCredit: Miriam Haas/Paignton Zoo/PA “If you see the tur, please make no efforts to corner it and call police immediately on 999.”Kevin Foster MP for Torbay and Paignton called for locals to look out for the animal.He said on Twitter: “If in Goodrington or Paignton today keep an eye out, but don’t approach as a resident of @PaigntonZoo has gone walkabout.”The West Caucasian tur, which is listed as an endangered species, is typically found in the Caucasus Mountain range between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea.The wild population is currently estimated between 5,000 and 6,000. Police issued a safety warning over an escaped “horned beast” after an endangered goat-antelope broke free from its enclosure at a Devon zoo.The West Caucasian tur jumped a fence at Paignton Zoo on Monday before running into nearby woodland.Zoo keepers were moving a herd of turs into their enclosure when one female became spooked and broke out of the site.Staff contacted Devon and Cornwall police who launched a search for the animal using a drone fitted with thermal imaging technology.Vets were also scrambled to the zoo armed with dart guns.  A female West Caucasian tur escaped from an enclosure at Paignton Zoo in Devon Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

Vale begins the AER project to cut smelter emissions in Sudbury Canada

first_imgAecon Group has been awarded an C$85 million contract for site preparation and foundation construction for the Vale Clean AER (Atmospheric Emissions Reduction) Project in Sudbury. This contract is the first phase of this project, and includes construction of reinforced concrete foundations, pipe rack foundation and site preparation work for the process plant. Work also includes detailed excavation and backfill for these structures. Overall, the Vale Clean AER project will involve a complete retrofit of Vale’s smelter converter aisle, the construction of a new secondary baghouse and wet gas cleaning plant, a second acid plant, and new material handling facilities to better prevent dust from entering the community.  The smelter will continue to operate for the duration of the project.The Vale Clean AER Project will see sulphur dioxide emissions at Vale’s smelter in Sudbury reduced by 70% from current levels, as well as dust and metals emissions reduced a further 35 to 40%. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2015.“Aecon looks forward to bringing our heavy civil expertise to this sustainable mining project for Vale,” said Teri McKibbon, Aecon’s Chief Operating Officer. “We are pleased to have a part in this environmentally innovative project for the Greater Sudbury area.”last_img read more

Natl Scholars case reports misleading adversarial

first_img Ministry of Education introduces pilot program Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 25 Feb 2016 – The Ministry of Education is adamant that it has won 11 of the 12 allegations mounted against them in that law suit where three students challenged whether the 2014 selection process for National Scholars was fair and followed. In a release from the Minister, there is explanation that the case questioned Hon Akierra Missick’s discretion or good judgment; charging, according to the statement, that the Minister “acted irrationally”. Well, the Minister denies that there was any irrational decision and contends that the judge agrees. It was said, “She noted that the Minister among other things, did not act irrational, acted within her authority and there was no breach of natural justice and based on the policy must look at the results over a two year period.” Despite this point, the bottom line for those following the case is that the Chief Justice of the Turks and Caicos Islands ultimately quashed the selection decision of the National Scholars Committee for the year 2014 and has asked them to return to the table because the decision was not fair to Tristan Greene and Ryesha Higgs. The Ministry of Education said in that media release that there was irresponsible reporting and that the public was misled in those reports. Some were chided by the Ministry for making the story adversarial, yet in the very same statement issued by the Ministry of Education there are constant uses of words and phrases like ‘challenge’, ‘against’, ‘ruled in favor’, ‘allegations’, ‘were not satisfied’ and more … including the most glaring of all, ‘judicial review’. These words and phrases are evidence that it is not the media or general public which created an adversarial situation; but those involved in the case directly namely: the Minister of Education, the National Scholars Committee, Tristan Greene, Davonte Smith and Ryesha Higgs and of course their parents. This was a dispute that went to the court because it needed a judge to settle a disagreement. Education also says its statement was issued in part, to make clear that this case was about the process and not the players. The win on the one allegation for the trio of students, was the major matter and it was a major victory which now has the power to see the process of selection altered. From the Ministry of Education’s press release of late Wednesday, “The court did observe that it is time for a review of the policy. This is an ongoing process. Based on the judgment of Justice Ramsay, the Minister will reconsider the matter in light of the court’s analysis. The court did rule that the Minister’s decision not to award the title of National Scholar on Greene and Higgs based on the criteria applied by committee and the names offered from principals to the subcommittee was wrong.” Wrong. And it is that fact that will send this committee back to the drawing board, and as the Minister stated herself, will now have to name both Tristan Greene, an A level student at British West Indies Collegiate and Ryesha Higgs, a biology student at Long Island University in New York, as 2014 National Scholars. As for what scholarship reward each will receive; that resolve remains unresolved until the Committee meets. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Education Minister tours schools this week Education Minister touts new ICT platform for Public Schools Related Items:akierra missick, british west indies collegiate, davonte smith, justice margaret ramsey-hale, national scholars committee, ryesha higgs, Tristan Greenelast_img read more

Northwest Alaska faces heavy severe weather warnings

first_imgBlizzard and severe weather warnings remain in effect for communities on the northwest coast of Alaska as a winter storm continues to bring wind, heavy snow and in some cases rain.Listen NowThe National Weather Service said visibility in Nome was reduced to near zero at times because of blowing snow.Southwest winds Friday are predicted to increase to 25 to 40 mph with gusts to 60 with four more inches of snow.Similar forecasts were issued for Norton Sound, Seward Peninsula, Lower Yukon and Middle Yukon communities.The storm also hit the Fairbanks area hard, where there’s been more than a foot of accumulation since Thursday afternoon. National Weather Service meteorologist Scott Berg says there will be a lull in the storm during the day today.”I would take advantage, as soon as you can today, to try to move some of the snow because you’ll be moving even more tomorrow,” Berg said.Berg said a second storm wave is forecast to begin tonight.“Potentially, four to seven more inches of snow, overnight tonight,” Berg said. “However, with that will be winds potentially gusting to 50 mph over the hill tops, and possibly 35 to 40 mph here in town. And there is a really high potential right now for blown-down trees and potential power outages overnight tonight.”Berg said the long range forecast calls for a continued chance of snow.”Potentially, we could see, over the next week or so, at least another foot of snow,” Berg said.Berg notes that the 10.4 inches of snow tallied at Fairbanks Airport yesterday nearly doubled the previous daily record for December 29th, adding that Fairbanks has erased this season’s snow deficit and is now near normal for this time of year.The National Weather Service says a blizzard warning is in effect into Saturday afternoon for Kotzebue and villages on St. Lawrence Island and along the Bering Strait.The warning also includes Wainwright, Atqasuk, Point Lay and Cape Lisburne. NWS reports visibility will be near zero at times with the potential for whiteout conditions making travel difficult. Southwest winds of 35 to 45 mph are predicted, gusting to 55 mph. Winds should decrease by Saturday afternoon.last_img read more

Guntur rural SP Jaya Lakshmi suspends five policemen

first_imgGuntur :Guntur rural SP S Jaya Lakshmi suspended three constables and two home guards for dereliction of their duties and issued orders to this effect. According to police officials, three constables and two home guards on night patrolling duty two- days ago stopped their vehicle on the road and sleeping on the road. The local youth who noticed them took photo graph and uploaded the same in the social media which went viral. Also Read – Academia-industry interface on Sept 5 in Kakinada Advertise With Us The constables took them to Narasaraopet Two Town Police Station and severely beaten. The victims lodged a complaint, based on that police registered the case and took up investigation. Narasraopet DSP RamaVarma recommended departmental action against the cops, based on that Jaya Lakshmi suspended the cops and issued orders.last_img read more

World Bank court orders Pak to pay USD 58 billion to foreign

first_imgSantiago: A World Bank arbitration court has ordered the Pakistani government to pay damages of USD 5.8 billion to Tethyan Copper, a joint venture between Chile’s Antofagasta Plc (ANTO.L) and Canada’s Barrick Gold (ABX.TO), the Chilean miner said late on Friday. Tethyan Copper discovered vast mineral wealth more than a decade ago in Reko Diq, at the foot of an extinct volcano near Pakistan’s frontier with Iran and Afghanistan. The deposit was set to rank among the world’s biggest untapped copper and gold mines. Also Read – This is why Denmark, Sweden and Germany are considering a meat tax Advertise With Us The company said it had invested more than USD 220 million by the time Pakistan’s government, in 2011, unexpectedly refused to grant them the mining lease needed to keep operating. The World Bank’s International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) ruled against Pakistan in 2017, but until now had yet to determine the damages owed to Tethyan. Also Read – Prominent Hong Kong activists targeted in wave of arrests Advertise With Us Tethyan board chair William Hayes said in a statement the company was still “willing to strike a deal with Pakistan,” but added that “it would continue protecting its commercial and legal interests until the dispute was over.” The Reko Diq mine has become a test case for Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ability to attract serious foreign investment to Pakistan as it struggles to stave off an economic crisis that has forced it to seek an International Monetary Fund bailout. Pakistan’s military sees Reko Diq as a strategic national asset and had taken a key role in its development amid the dispute with Antofagasta and Barrick, sources familiar with the situation told Reuters earlier this year.last_img read more

DhakaMawa highway sees 30km tailback

first_img.A 30-kilometre tailback was created on the Dhaka-Mawa highway on Friday due to heavy pressure of vehicles and construction work on the expressway, causing immense sufferings to commuters.There was huge pressure of vehicles on the highway from Tegharia of Keraniganj in Dhaka to Mawa as thousands of people were heading for their respective villages homes to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with their near and dear ones.Besides, the construction of the four-lane Dhaka-Mawa Expressway from Tegharia to Mawa intersection has aggravated the situation.Vehicles were seen moving slowly through an alternative road at Bhuchit in Sreenagar upazila as a bridge is being constructed over the highway.HM Alamgir, officer-in-charge of Sreenagar police station, said adequate police have been deployed in important points of the highway to help ensure smooth journey of the homebound people.Meanwhile, 500 vehicles were stranded on Shimulia ghat for crossing the Padma river.last_img read more

Australian senator accused of slutshaming fellow parliamentarian

first_imgAustralian senator David Leyonhjelm has been accused of `slut-shaming` a fellow parliamentarian after telling her to `stop shagging men` in a grubby dispute that Tuesday saw the prime minister demand an apology. Photo: CollectedAn Australian senator has been accused of “slut-shaming” a fellow parliamentarian after telling her to “stop shagging men” in a grubby dispute that Tuesday saw the prime minister demand an apology.David Leyonhjelm made the derogatory remarks about fellow senator Sarah Hanson-Young during a heated debate in parliament’s upper house last week about legalising pepper spray to protect women.He reportedly told her to “fuck off” when she confronted him over the incident.Leyonhjelm, who does not dispute what happened, repeated his comments and aired other rumours about Hanson-Young in a weekend television interview while refusing to apologise.Hanson-Young, who is divorced, is threatening to sue him and Sky News, the network that aired the interview.”David Leyonhjelm is suggesting — because he can’t win an argument, he wants to bully — that I am sexually promiscuous,” Hanson-Young told broadcaster ABC Tuesday.”He is slut-shaming me. That is what he is doing.”Sky News has since apologised and suspended a producer for allowing the “appalling comments” to be broadcast.Leyonhjelm has defended himself, claiming his comment was “legitimate” and that prior to his outburst Hanson-Young claimed “all men are rapists”, a remark she denies making.”I am opposed to misandry, just as I am to misogyny and I am also entitled to call out double standards,” Leyonhjelm said.”So arguing on the one hand that all men are evil, the enemy, they’re rapists and sexual predators. And on the other hand having normal relationships with men, obviously is contradictory and I can call it out.”Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called on Leyonhjelm to apologise.”David Leyonhjelm’s offensive remarks should have been withdrawn the moment they were uttered,” he said.”It is not too late for him to withdraw and apologise, that type of language has no place in parliament and it shouldn’t have a place in any workplace.”But the senator hit back at Turnbull late on Tuesday, describing the prime minister as a “pussy” and “soft cock” for failing to discuss prejudice against men in comments reported by the Sydney Morning Herald.last_img

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first_imgLondon, England – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle MagazineAston Martin Racing will enter two Works LMP1 cars bearing the iconic blue and orange livery of Gulf Oil in the 2010 Le Mans 24 Hours.The British team exceeded all expectations at La Sarthe in 2009 by finishing fourth overall, having been quickest of the petrol powered prototypes from start to finish in its maiden LMP1 outing.In addition, Aston Martin Racing will compete in three races prior to the Le Mans 24 Hours with one LMP1 car. The races will provide the team with valuable on-track experience prior to Le Mans and include the first two rounds of the American Le Mans Series – the 12 hours of Sebring on 20 March and the Long Beach Grand Prix on 17 April and the opening round of the European Le Mans Series at Paul Ricard in France on 11 April.Aston Martin Racing drivers, Chris Buncombe (GB), Stefan Mücke (DE), Harold Primat (CH) and Darren Turner (GB) return for the 2010 season and will be joined by experienced sports car driver Adrian Fernández (MX).Fernández is new to Aston Martin but no stranger to sports car racing and the American Le Mans Series having won the LMP2 class outright in 2009.The team will also compete in selected blue riband races around the world post Le Mans, details of the remaining race programme and sixth driver will be subject to further announcements in the coming weeks.The LMP1 cars will be powered by the same Aston Martin V12 engine which forms the basis for the Aston Martin DBS, V12 Vantage, DB9 and forthcoming four-door Aston Martin Rapide.“Having won the Le Mans Series Team and Driver titles in 2009 it will be a hard act to follow,” said Aston Martin Racing Team Principal, George Howard-Chappell. “However, we are looking forward to a great season of racing and we hope to have another strong showing at Le Mans. I’d like to welcome Adrian to the team, I’m sure with his experience he will be a great addition to our driver line-up.”The 78th running of the Le Mans 24 Hours will take place 12/13 June 2010.www.astonmartinracing.comlast_img read more

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