Five stories in the news for Friday, April 12———CARBON TAX DEBATE FOGGED BY MYTHS: ECONOMISTA carbon tax doesn’t work says the head of Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission, which is a non-partisan group of academics and business leaders focused on economic and environmental solutions. Chris Ragan says between politicians who fog the truth and the ones just in a fog — a carbon tax debate is clouding Alberta’s provincial election and drifting into an upcoming federal campaign. He says there’s a bunch of stuff out there that is either misunderstanding or poorly explained. And there a bunch of myths out there, he adds. The commission has just published a report on carbon tax misconceptions.———911 DISPATCH SYSTEM CHANGE FRUSTRATES FIRE CHIEFA 911 dispatch system in British Columbia is getting a starkly different review from firefighters and paramedics responding to medical emergencies. Fire Chief Nick Delmonico of the Port Coquitlam Fire Department says the so-called clinical response model adopted in B.C. last May has put patient safety at risk because firefighters are no longer routinely being dispatched to medical calls along with paramedics. He says firefighters provide comfort and care to patients before an ambulance arrives but now they’re sometimes not being called even when they’re supposed to be, such as when paramedics don’t show up for 10 minutes.———CANADIANS DIVIDED ON HANDGUN BAN: REPORTIt appears there is no clear answer on whether Canadians are in favour of banning handguns and assault-style firearms. Following a shooting spree in Toronto last summer, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asked Crime Reduction Minister Bill Blair to study the possibility of such a ban. A report released Thursday found opinions expressed during in-person discussions and through written submissions both opposed and supported a ban. But when participants responded to a questionnaire, the majority were against the idea.———PUSH RCMP ON STERILIZATION PROBES: NDP MPNDP MP Don Davies says Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale should use all “legitimate tools” at his disposal to ensure the RCMP investigates women’s allegations of forced or coerced sterilizations. In a March letter to Davies, after he called for a criminal probe of coerced sterilizations, especially of Indigenous women, RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki said the force will work with commanding officers in each province and territory to see if any complaints have been reported and will reach out to other Canadian police agencies as well. But, Lucki wrote, a preliminary review of the RCMP’s national database found no records of specific complaints to pursue. So Davies has written to the minister who oversees the police force.———CRITICS SAY PESTICIDE PLAN IS ‘NONSENSICAL’Environment groups are calling out Canada’s approach to assessing pesticides after seven years of reviews led Health Canada to simultaneously decide to allow certain popular products to keep being used with restrictions, and to propose banning the same products from outdoor uses altogether. The Pest Management Regulatory Agency on Thursday released its final decision on what limits should be placed on a category of nicotine-based pesticides known as neonicotinoids to keep them from killing bees. Starting in two years, the pesticides won’t be allowed to be sprayed at all on certain crops like apples and tree nuts and there will be limited times when they can be sprayed on many others, like tomatoes, eggplants and berries.———ALSO IN THE NEWS:— Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivers remarks to supporters at the 2019 convention of the Liberal Party of Canada in Ontario. Note: Media must arrive no later than 7 p.m. local time.— Liberals from across Ontario gather for the 2019 convention of the Liberal Party of Canada in Ontario. Justin Trudeau will make remarks at the convention on Friday, April 12.— The Central Okanagan Regional District hosts a Facebook live demo on what to include in an emergency kit in case of flooding, wildfires and other emergencies.The Canadian Press
Julien Gignac APTN National NewsOntario teachers do not have access to adequate training required to teach First Nations, Metis and Inuit issues, according to a new report released in the province.47 per cent of secondary schools and 29 per cent of elementary schools report they offer professional training for teachers surrounding Indigenous issues, states the People for Education’s 2015 annual report.The report included responses from 1,196 Ontario principles.Click here to read the report.The research and advocacy group’s 2014 report states that one quarter of elementary schools and roughly one-third of secondary schools have teacher training related to Aboriginal issues.However, Aboriginal students are found in 96 per cent of secondary schools and 92 per cent of elementary schools, states the latest release.“Optics are a big deal here,” said David Cameron, research director of People for Education. “It’s not so teachers can help Aboriginal kids be more successful, it’s professional development so that the entire material of the learning experience in Ontario can reflect a diverse and somewhat troubled history with a lot of peoples.“The school system is the exact place to think about this stuff,” he said. “It takes a lot of courage to do that as a teacher because it is cultural genocide.”How to do that in a mixed classroom is key, Cameron added.On June 2, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission called on all levels of government to revamp Canada’s education system as part of its 94 recommendations.A number of recommendations stressed an annual commitment to “make age-appropriate curriculum on residential schools, Treaties and Aboriginal peoples’ historical and contemporary contributions to Canada a mandatory education requirement for kindergarten to Grade 12 students.”Some circumstances are changing. The Ottawa Catholic School Board has been on a steady trajectory towards Aboriginal integration in its schools.“Our curriculum is growing all the time,” said Katie Lewis-Prieur, arts consultant and Native studies advisor for the Ottawa Catholic School Board. “We want Aboriginal studies to be embedded and across the curriculum, not just our Native studies courses.”Lewis-Prieur has seen growth in and enrollment in her courses during the last three years. There were eight secondary school classes then. Now there are 29 offered, spanning Indigenous art, history and current issues.Teachers receive a full two-years of training as part of the board’s spiritual theme, said Lewis-Prieur. “It’s a whole two years of focus where we’re talking about the residential school system and restoring relationships with our Aboriginal communities.“Our philosophy is that all students and all staff need to learn about Aboriginal issues,” she email@example.com
APTN National NewsThe Mohawk of Kahnawake and Kahehsatake fear for their hunting, fishing and harvesting territory.The Quebec government issued logging permits on lands in proximity of their reserve lands several years ago and they say without consultation.The courts issued an injunction halting any logging in the area until January 2016.A local town has joined the fight.APTN’s Danielle Rochette has the story.
Governor of the Bank of Canada Stephen Poloz speaks to reporters after making an interest rate announcement and releasing the Monetary Policy Report, Wednesday, July 13, 2016 in Ottawa. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang by Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press Posted Jul 13, 2016 2:00 am MDT Last Updated Jul 13, 2016 at 12:49 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email OTTAWA – The Bank of Canada is cutting its outlook for the year, saying the extensive damage from the Alberta wildfires helped fuel an economic contraction in the second quarter.The effects of the disaster, which temporarily shuttered key oilsands facilities, took hold as the national economy struggled with disappointing exports numbers, feeble business investment and uncertainty around the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union.The central bank’s forecast was released Wednesday along with its scheduled announcement on its benchmark interest rate, which it left at the rock-bottom level of 0.5 per cent, as expected.“Essentially, the underlying forces that support a strengthening of growth in Canada remain the same, and the adjustment process of the economy to the lower oil prices is well underway,” Carolyn Wilkins, Bank of Canada senior deputy governor, said in French after the announcement.“That said, international and national factors have led us to lower our projections for growth in the (gross domestic product).”Among its predictions, the bank for the first time released numbers on the potential impact of the U.K.’s referendum last month to exit the EU, also known as Brexit.It said the fallout from the vote will reduce the level of global GDP by 0.2 per cent by the end of 2018 — and fall by 0.1 per cent in Canada over the same period.According to the bank, the “modest” effect on Canada was largely due to the country’s small direct trade exposure to the U.K. It stressed that the scope of Brexit’s impact remained uncertain and will only be understood as the process unfolds.The report also provided a more-detailed assessment of the effects of the huge Alberta wildfires that erupted in May. The fires cut oil production, led to Fort McMurray’s evacuation and destroyed more than 2,000 structures.The central bank estimated the fires shaved 1.1 percentage points from second-quarter growth — as measured by real GDP — and forced the economy to contract in that period by one per cent. In April, before the wildfires, the bank had forecast the economy would grow in the second quarter by one per cent.But looking forward, the bank predicted a “marked rebound” in the third quarter with the resumption of oil production and rebuilding efforts in the region. It projected third-quarter growth to rise by 1.3 percentage points, helping the economy expand in that quarter by 3.5 per cent.That bounce back is also expected to be fuelled by boosts from the federal government’s measures to enhance child benefits — which will support household consumption — and its commitment to increase infrastructure spending, the bank said.The central bank also lowered its 2016 growth projection to 1.3 per cent from its April estimate of 1.7 per cent. In doing so, it pointed to weaker outlooks for investment and exports that have more than offset the positive effects of the recent rise in oil prices.It now expects the economy to grow by 2.2 per cent next year and 2.1 per cent in 2018. In April, the bank had predicted growth of 2.3 per cent in 2017 and two per cent in 2018.Still, the bank stated in its monetary policy report that it’s also anticipating the country’s non-resource sector to “assert itself as the dominant trend in the second half of 2016.”It expects increased foreign demand and fiscal spending, along with the past depreciation of the Canadian dollar, to lift growth.Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz said despite the underperformance in non-resource exports over the last few months, he still fully expects them to continue their steady climb over the longer term — as they have been doing for the last few years.“That keeps our faith in the core narrative — now, around that narrative you go through periods of angst,” Poloz told reporters Wednesday.“We resist the idea of turning 180 degrees on our forecast because of the last few data points.”In explaining its decision to stand pat on the trendsetting rate, the bank said inflation had remained within the ideal target range even though it had recently been a little higher than expected.The bank did, however, warn that financial vulnerabilities are “elevated and rising,” particularly in the Vancouver and Toronto areas.The report reiterated Poloz’s past warning that soaring house prices in the hot markets of Vancouver and Toronto have been climbing at an unsustainable clip. He has said the prices have outpaced local economic fundamentals such as job creation, immigration and income growth.Follow @AndyBlatchford on Twitter. Bank of Canada says Alberta wildfires helped put economy in reverse
”We have the same proof as anyone would require to talk about someone’s heterosexuality – first hand accounts in reliable published sources and from those who knew him,” Professor Sandell said.In a letter to the The Telegraph, Mr Powell, 77, wrote that Wynhdam’s homosexuality was “incidental” and the Trust’s decision to “out” him “for its own commercial reasons” was “mean-spirited – another kind of intolerance”.It was a claim the National Trust rejected, adding that the Prejudice and Pride project was an attempt to “explore the histories of places which have been shaped by people who challenged norms of gender and sexuality and to remove the inherited censorship which is a barrier to our understanding and appreciation of our national heritage”.Wyndham also served as a magistrate, wrote a book about the history of Felbrigg Hall, as well as biographies of Robert Walpole and Thomas Gray. “Wyndham was simply the perfect country gentleman. I really feel that the National Trust is now trying to get cheap publicity and is using this campaign to market their houses. It is despicable.”He gave them his family home and they should respect his right to privacy. I wouldn’t mind at all if he was gay. But, if he didn’t announce it, why should does the National Trust think it has the right to pry into his past and say he is gay.”Professor Richard Sandell, from the University of Leicester who was commissioned by the National Trust to look into Wyndham’s life, said his team “engaged deeply” with the ethical issues surrounding their research, adding “many who knew him well knew he was homosexual, he had to exercise caution because he lived when gay men were prosecuted”.Rather than “outing” him 48 years after his death, he believes they “addressed the absence of openness” about sexuality at that time.He said he spoke to four local people who lived near the Felbrigg Hall who said the late squire’s homosexuality was an open secret.He also cited an extract from a biography about Sir John Betjeman that referred to Wynhdam as an openly homosexula close friend while they studied at Oxford University together. As children, Ted Coryton and Katie Spencer’s visits to see their country squire godfather at his lavish Jacobean ancestral home were the highlights of their annual holidays.Sitting beneath the majestic stained glass windows of Felbrigg Hall near Cromer, the brother and sister would listen intently as Robert Wyndham Ketton-Cremer, a distinguished historian and author, recounted the colourful past of the Norfolk ancestral home he had restored.Throughout much of the 1950’s and 1960’s, the siblings would visit their cousin once removed, the High Sheriff of Norfolk, until his untimely death aged just 63 in 1969. Wyndham, who had no heirs – his younger brother died in the World War II – bequeathed the 17th Century mansion and its acres of woodland park to the National Trust.So, it was with some dismay that last week his godchildren discovered that the National Trust “outed” the lifelong bachelor as gay to mark 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality.The organisation even produced a film called The Unfinished Portrait, narrated by Stephen Fry, as part of its Prejudice and Pride programme highlighting the previously secret lives of the lesbian gay, bisexual and transgender occupants of its properties. And, more importantly, if he was gay what right does the organisation have to “out” someone who chose to keep his sexuality secret, even after it was decriminalised in 1967.The siblings, from Cornwall, along with another godson, Tristram Powell, from London, believe the move represents a betrayal that could have serious implications for future legacies to the Trust. Mr Coryton, 70, and his sister, Mrs Spencer, 78, are now demanding to know what proof the Trust has that their godfather, known as “Bun”, was homosexual. Felbrigg Hall, NorfolkCredit:Neil Holmes “It is simply so hurtful,” Mrs Spencer, 78, said. “It is outrageous and totally unnecessary. The National Trust has done this to get publicity to get people to visit the hall and make money.“I personally didn’t think there was any suggestion he was gay. The first I heard was when I was shown the article in the Telegraph about the Trust’s film. I would like to know what proof they actually have.”I think Bun would have felt betrayed by the National Trust. He was a fascinating man, a brilliant historian and biographer, and that was how he would want to be remembered. His sexuality was a private matter and should remain so.”Mr Coryton added: “There was no indication to me that he was gay. I never saw anyone at the house to suggest he had a relationship with anyone. Robert Wyndham Ketton-Cremer at Felbrigg HallCredit:National Trust / Sue James Robert Wyndham Ketton-Cremer (1906-1969) by H. GillmanCredit:National Trust / Sue James 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.
The projects firm, Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) has been awarded a key construction management project for Compania Minera Dona Ines de Collahuasi, a joint venture of Anglo American, Xstrata Copper and a consortium of Japanese companies, JCR. Phil Lory, SKM’s General Manager of Mining and Metals said “The contract for the construction management (CM) services for the semi-mobile Rosario crusher transfer project stage I was secured through competitive bidding against other major international engineering companies, and reinforces SKM’s thriving business and growing reputation in South America.” Lory continued to say “This award confirms the relevance of our engineering and project delivery expertise in large crushing systems and materials handling project in South America.”The construction work will require preparation of a final platform for the Rosario crusher and discharge silo, dismantling the crushing system, moving them to their permanent foundations, demolition of the abandoned foundations, clearing the area and facilitating storage of surplus equipment. The transfer of the semi-mobile crusher Rosario will take approximately 11 months.
Facebook serait valorisé 70 milliards de dollarsLe réseau social serait valorisé à 70 milliards de dollars après qu’un fonds d’investissement, GSV Capital, achète 225.000 de ses actions.La spéculation autour de la valeur de Facebook continue. La société de Mark Zuckerberg vaudrait désormais pas moins de 70 milliards de dollars. Le réseau social s’est vu racheter 225.000 de ses actions à un prix unitaire de 29,28 dollars, par le fonds d’investissement GSV Capital, rapporte L’Expansion. Avec 2,4 milliards d’actions, le réseau social vedette du web serait ainsi valorisé à 70 milliards, alors qu’en début d’année dernière, selon les estimations, Facebook était évalué à 15 milliards de dollars.À lire aussi”Trash Tag Challenge” : le défi utile qui incite Twitter et Instagram à nettoyer la planèteAujourd’hui, Facebook vaudrait donc plus que Yahoo, Nintendo ou encore Dell. Le réseau social serait même presque à égalité avec des géants comme Amazon et HP. Pourtant, contrairement à Facebook, ils dégagent des milliards de dollars de chiffre d’affaires par an. Reuters rappelle que le 13 juin dernier, la chaîne de télévision américaine CNBC affirmait que Facebook pourrait être valorisé à plus de 100 milliards de dollars lors de son entrée en bourse qui pourrait intervenir début 2012. Toutefois, Mark Zuckerberg écartait au moins de mai toute introduction boursière pour le moment…Le 28 juin 2011 à 14:39 • Emmanuel Perrin
A 39-year-old Cougar man injured in an airborne motorcycle crash along state Highway 503 has died, according to an official at the Clark County Medical Examiner’s office.Rory A. Witham died Tuesday of “multiple blunt force injuries,” sustained in the June 17 crash on the stretch of highway in Cougar that is also known as Lewis River Road.Witham was pronounced dead at 8:49 a.m. Tuesday.Witham was flown to Southwest Washington Medical Center by Life Flight helicopter after the crash. He had suffered a broken leg and internal injuries. He was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.
4 22 Photos 2020 Volvo XC60 T8 Polestar Engineered first drive: Almost Super Trouper More From Roadshow Comments 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better Car Industry Electric Cars Diesel Cars Tags If something is directly contributing to pollution and public health problems, you’d probably want to cut it out entirely rather than simply reducing it. That’s the underlying idea behind Amsterdam’s impending vehicle and motorcycle ban.The city of Amsterdam will ban both gas and diesel variants of cars and motorcycles starting in 2030. The reason behind this is pretty simple: air quality. As Reuters notes in its report, the Netherlands’ air pollution is “worse than European rules permit,” much of which is due to the sheer quantity of cars and motorcycles in its cities. It’s not just some invisible specter, either. As air quality lessens, it can adversely affect people’s health, especially among children, the sick and the elderly. “Pollution often is a silent killer and is one of the greatest health hazards in Amsterdam,” said Sharon Dijksma, Amsterdam’s traffic councilor, when announcing the plans.Enlarge ImageClean air and water are occasionally nice things to have. ElOjoTorpe/Getty Images Like many other similar bans, it’ll happen in stages. The first is supposed to arrive next year, when Amsterdam will ban diesel cars that are more than 15 years old, preventing them from entering the area within the A10 ring road around the city center. In 2022, non-zero-emission buses will be banned, and in 2025, the ban will grow to include pleasure craft (Amsterdam has waterways, too) and mopeds. By 2030, if a vehicle emits anything from the tailpipe, it won’t be welcome.It will require a monumental effort to prepare Amsterdam on the current timeline. The Guardian notes that, in addition to encouraging city residents to buy new electric or hydrogen vehicles, Amsterdam will need to install between 13,000 and 20,000 charging stations by 2025 in order to ensure everybody has access to electricity.While it’s a noble cause, not everyone is on board with the idea. The Rai Association, lobbyists for the automotive industry, lambasted the plan in a statement to The Guardian, saying that requiring its citizens to spend money on expensive electric cars will make Amsterdam “a city of the rich.” Electric cars are slowly decreasing in price as time goes on, but they are still generally more expensive than internal-combustion counterparts.Cities and countries across Europe have flirted with the idea of certain kinds of vehicle bans in an effort to improve air quality. Back in 2017, both France and the UK said they hoped to eliminate gas and diesel vehicle sales by 2040. In 2018, a German court ruled that individual cities were allowed to implement these kinds of bans, and at least one city has signaled the intent to do exactly that. Share your voice 2019 Mazda CX-5 diesel is rated for 30 mpg highway 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous
Workers inspect pollock offloaded at at a processing plant on Unalaska, in the Aleutian Islands. (Photo by Sarah Hansen/KUCB)You’ve probably heard about the blob, the pool of warmer-than-normal water that wreaked havoc on fish and wildlife in the North Pacific.Listen nowBut you might not have heard about what’s happening in the Bering Sea, at the Pacific’s northern limits.After several years of blob-related warmth, water temperatures off much of Alaska’s coast have returned to normal. But not in the Bering Sea, where in some places they’re still as much as 9 degrees Fahrenheit higher.“The blob faded away. The Alaska marine warmth did not,” John Walsh, chief scientist at the Fairbanks-based International Arctic Research Center, said.Federal scientists are now trying to determine what the effects could be, since the Bering Sea is home to some of the world’s largest commercial fisheries. The $400 million-a-year annual pollock catch is processed into popular items like fish sticks, imitation crab and McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish sandwiches.In the winter, vast expanses of ice also help insulate coastal Bering Sea villages from storms. And the ice can be a platform for subsistence hunters searching for seals and walrus.Except that last winter, there was far less ice in the Bering Sea than scientists have ever seen. It’s likely the ice’s extent was at its lowest in at least 150 years, based on historical records, according to Rick Thoman, a Fairbanks-based climate expert with the National Weather Service.Part of the reason was abnormally warm water. Scientists think the blob spilled some of its heat into the Bering Sea, which was also warmed by natural variation: consistent warm winds from the south.The heat has penetrated deep into the water, meaning that it will take longer for the Bering Sea to cool off. It’s also slowed the formation of ice, which means the water is absorbing even more heat – since ice, when it’s present, helps reflect sunlight.Scientists aren’t sure exactly what the changes will mean for fish.But they’re trying to figure it out, in part because the Bering Sea produces nearly half of the country’s annual catch of fish and shellfish.“The Bering Sea is an extremely productive ecosystem that produces immense amounts of fish,” Phyllis Stabeno, a Seattle-based oceanographer with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, said. “And that’s part of NOAA’s mission, to manage these types of things.”If the Bering Sea changes enough, there will be species that benefit and species that suffer, Stabeno said.Scientists initially thought pollock would thrive in warmer water, she added. But Stabeno said it turns out the heat may not be so good for pollock’s food, a type of plankton.As water temperatures change, researchers are also seeing shifts in which species are found where.“The ecosystem is always more complicated than we think,” Stabeno said. “We do know that there will be winners and there will be losers if the system changes enough. But we can’t say who they are at this point.”A paper published earlier this year, with Thoman and Walsh among the authors, said the warmer Bering Sea temperatures can’t be explained without human-caused climate change, just like the blob. But some of the warmth also appears to stem from natural fluctuations.One other thing researchers have noticed is that the Bering Sea seems to be oscillating between warm and cold for periods of multiple years, when in the past, individual years could be more variable, Stabeno said. Scientists refer to the longer warm and cold periods as “stanzas.”The current Bering Sea warmth doesn’t appear to be irreversible – it hasn’t reached a “tipping point,” Walsh said. But climate change is heating the Arctic twice as fast as the rest of the world, and the waters off Alaska’s coast are expected to steadily warm as part of that trend.“I do see this march toward more frequent, unprecedented warm events,” Walsh said. But, he added, “it’s not going to be a straight line.”Pollock fishermen are watching the Bering Sea temperatures, said Stephanie Madsen, who leads an industry group, the At-Sea Processors Association.“But honestly, for our fishery, we haven’t seen any dramatic shifts or changed the way that we prosecute it,” Madsen said. Over the long term, she added, “we’re not extremely nervous.”“We expect some changes. But we don’t believe there’s an imminent crash,” Madsen said.
Twitter/ANIA Mikoyan MiG-27 fighter jet of the Indian Air Force crashed in Rajasthan’s Shirohi district while on a routine mission on Sunday. The pilot ejected from safely.The officials released a statement, “At around 11:45 am today, a MiG-27 UPG aircraft which got airborne from Utarlai Air Force base experienced engine problems leading to a crash, at about 120 km south of Jodhpur. However, the pilot ejected safely.” The officials added that there was no damage to property as well as the land and said that an investigation will be conducted. Twitter/ANI Twitter/ANI Twitter/ANI(This is a developing story. More details awaited.)
-Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) on Monday alleged that chief election commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda has been staging a mockery in the name of dialogue ahead of the 11th parliamentary elections, reports UNB.Speaking at a milad mahfil-cum-commemorating meeting, BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi urged the election commission (EC) to work for the restoration of people’s voting rights to gain public confidence instead of making any mockery.”People will consider it as a mockery what’re you [CEC] doing now in the name of dialogue. Stop it, and work for restoring people’s voting rights which will help you gain public trust,” he said.The BNP leader further said, “The CEC said they’ll only consider the suggestions of civil society members which are made in the light of the existing law and the constitution. If this is the case, why did you make a mockery in the name of talks? You shouldn’t have staged such a drama.”Jatiyatabadi Swechchhasebak Dal organised the programme at BNP’s Naya Paltan central office, marking the fourth death anniversary of its ex-office secretary Munshi Jamaluddin Ahmed.As part of the roadmap prepared by it, the EC sat with civil society members on 31 July, commencing its around two-month-long talks with different stakeholders about the next general election.Most of the participants suggested the commission earn people’s trust through making their activities visible as an independent body. They also recommended defining army as law enforcers so that they can be engaged in the next polls for holding it in a free and fair manner.Rizvi asked the CEC whether they invited the intellectuals to insult them by ignoring 90 percent of their suggestions. “The election won’t be free and fair, if it is held under the current law and constitution. In fact, you [CEC] don’t have any commitment to holding a fair and impartial election.”He came down hard on the CEC saying Huda is not sincere about holding a credible election as he is a pro-ruling party man. “Your activities give us an impression that you’re plotting to hold a lopsided election to prolong one-party Baksal rule.”The BNP leader alleged that their party has not been allowed to hold any programme in the current month as the ruling party is set to observe the national Mourning Day on 15 August commemorating the brutal killing of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and most of his family members on that day in 1975.”Did you make one of the 12 months disappeared from calendar that no other political party can arrange any programme in the month?” he asked the ruling Bangladesh Awami League.Rizvi said ruling party men and law enforcers are obstructing their party’s member collection programmes and attacking their party leaders and activists at different parts of the country.Describing 15 August a tragic incident, he said, “We also say a shocking incident took place in the month of August, and this is also justified that Awami League should observe a mourning day. But obstructing others from holding any programme in the month is an exposure of the party’s Baksal attitude.”
Twelve people were killed and another 25 injured on Saturday when the bus they were traveling in careened off a road in a coastal region of western Ecuador, officials said.“So far there are 25 injured…and 12 people died as a result of the traffic accident,” a rescue agency said in a statement.The accident occurred at around 2:00 pm local time (1900 GMT) on the Jipijapa highway, in the area known as “Las Americas” of the Manabi province, according to a report from the Ecuadorian Traffic Commission.Traffic accidents are among the leading causes of death in the Andean country.Last week, a frontal collision between two buses in the neighboring province of Guayas left 11 dead and 54 wounded.
There are a number of PC vendors lining up to offer their own take on Valve’s Steam Machine hardware running Steam OS. But Alienware is getting a little tired of waiting around for Steam Machines to become a thing and has decided to switch out Valve for Microsoft.Last month Alienware admitted that its Steam Machine would be the least profitable system it had ever released, so you can imagine how that could sap enthusiasm for the tiny PC internally. But then Valve announced that both the Steam OS and Steam Controller had been delayed so they could react to great feedback and make the hardware and software that much better.This seems to have been the final straw for Alienware and parent company Dell. Steam OS and the Steam Controller have now been sidelined temporarily, but the tiny PC has not. Instead, Alienware is naming it Alpha, loading Windows 8.1 on to the hard drive, and bundling a wireless Xbox 360 controller. So instead of a Linux box able to run Steam games, you’ll get a Windows box also capable of running Steam games.The internals of the machine look set to stay the same. The base system will include a Core i3, Nvidia Maxwell GPU, 4GB of RAM, and a 500GB hard drive. You can choose to switch the chip out for a Core i5 or i7, increase the RAM to 8GB, and the hard drive to 2TB. But you have to do this at point of sale because Alienware has said upgrading yourself is going to be difficult.The price of the Alpha running Windows is going to be higher than the Steam OS equivalent and has been set at $549. That’s for the base configuration. I imagine you could increase that close to $1,000 with a Core i7, 8GB RAM, and a 2TB hard drive inside.If you would like an Alpha, Alienware is on course to ship them in time for the holidays. Tempted?
Stay on target Mattel Unveils Fashionable ‘Star Wars’ x Barbie Dolls‘Star Wars: Resistance’ Finale Sets Up ‘The Rise of Sk… C-3PO is one of the oldest Star Wars characters, but Star Wars: Episode IX might be his last movie: C-3PO actor Anthony Daniels just posted an emotional tweet after filming Episode IX, and it looks like a goodbye to the famous golden droid.On Monday, Daniels shared his bittersweet statement on the social media platform. Daniels, who has dressed up in C-3PO’s shiny suit for 42 years, tweeted about his last day on the Episode IX set, and how he’s sad about wrapping up the film, which will hit theaters on December 20, 2019. Today was 3PO’s last on Episode IX. He’s sad – so am I. But we’re so proud to have worked with such a lovely, talented cast & crew lead by J.J. & Kathy. I’ll miss everyone but I’m glad to know that we’ve been making something exceptional together, to share with the waiting world.— Anthony Daniels (@ADaniels3PO) January 28, 2019“Today was 3PO’s last on Episode IX. He’s sad – so am I. But, we’re so proud to have worked with such a lovely, talented cast & crew lead by J.J. & Kathy,” Daniels wrote on Twitter. “I’ll miss everyone, but I’m glad to know that we’ve been making something exceptional together, to share with the waiting world.”Daniels didn’t share any other details on C-3PO, so it’s unclear if this will be the golden droid’s final bow in the Star Wars franchise. Even if Episode IX could be C-3PO’s last film, Star Wars fans will always remember the polite golden droid, who was built by Anakin Skywalker and served as a close companion to the robot, R2-D2.More on Geek.com:John Boyega Teases Shocking Photo From ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’ Set Disney’s ‘Star Wars’ Theme Park Trailer Teases High-Tech AmusementMassive Cave Discovered in Canada, Named After ‘Star Wars’ Beast
(Phys.org) — Research published in the peer-review Journal of the Royal Society Interface on Wednesday presents a close look at the structure and physical properties of silkworm cocoons. The paper’s research efforts could move scientists closer toward coming up with tomorrow’s design principles for materials inspired by silkworm cocoons. Those materials might provide important advancements in materials for such areas as defense and manufacturing. The authors, Fujia Chen, David Porter, and Fritz Vollrath, note that silkworm cocoons have an impressive range of optimal structures. These are lightweight, strong and porous, and ideal for the development of “bio-inspired” composite materials. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Source: Wikimedia Commons The authors examine cocoon structure. Specifically, they present observations and measurements on twenty-five diverse types of cocoons. They set out to correlate their physical properties with the cocoons’ structure and morphology.Some advanced materials that could benefit from that understanding might end up in the manufacture of car panels, helmets and protective suits for mine workers. The study’s research was funded by a grant from the U.S. Air Force.Their work is certainly not the first nor the last that will talk about nature’s silk producers and what scientists can learn. Spider silk is recognized as an intriguing material in that it is strong and tough and elastic enough to stretch several times its original length. Earlier this year, Discover issued a report on lab work at the University of Wyoming, where silk-spinning silkworms were genetically engineered to spin a hybrid material, partly their own silk and partly that of a spider. Also earlier this year, scientists from Germany’s Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research created artificial heart tissue from silk produced by silkworms.Earlier this week, The Engineer reported that scientists from Tufts University in the U.S. bonded silk protein microfibers from silkworm cocoons to a silk protein scaffold to create a material that mimics the stiffness and surface roughness of bone.As for the publication on Wednesday, Prof. David Porter for the last few years has been collaborating with spider expert Fritz Vollrath at Oxford to study polymer science models and spider silk.They are part of The Oxford Silk Group, in the Department of Zoology, at Oxford. In studying the biology of spider silks, they hope to unravel the chemistry and evolution of these materials, along with a focus on spider-web engineering and behavior. As produced by spiders and insects, natural silks are made under benign conditions— ambient temperature, low pressure, and with water as solvent. “Clearly,” according to a statement from the Oxford Silk Group, “this is something we should aim to copy when designing and making fibers for the future.” Silkworms spinning spider webs © 2012 Phys.Org Journal information: Journal of the Royal Society Interface Citation: Silkworm structures drive push for new materials (2012, May 3) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-05-silkworm-materials.html Explore further
Kolkata: A fire audit has been conducted at 644 multi-storey buildings and places across the city and more buildings will soon be covered to check the incidents of fire, said state Fire minister Sujit Bose.While answering a question, Bose recently said in the Assembly that his department has been undertaking all preventive measures to curb incidents of fire in the state. To ensure that all the buildings adhere to the fire safety norms, particularly the high-rise ones, the Fire department has initiated the audit. Many more buildings have been identified, where fire audit would be undertaken soon, the minister said. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataFire audits have been initiated in marketplaces as well, which are vulnerable to incidents of fire. It has been found during investigation that the buildings which catch fire, lack fire safety mechanisms. It may be recalled that the city has recently witnessed a number of fire incidents in various places. The Fire minister also said that Rs 104.44 crore was spent in the last financial year for modernisation and buying new equipments. Around 11 new ladders have been procured at Rs 11 crore and Rs 35 crore was spent for buying new equipments. Many fire stations have been constructed in different places. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateIt may be mentioned here that the city’s Mayor Firhad Hakim had earlier requested Bose to complete the fire audit of the markets across the city soon, to crack the whip on those market authorities who are not following the guidelines of the fire brigade. Hakim also proposed certain rules and regulations after discussing with the fire brigade. Fire audit is necessary in marketplaces and multi-storeyed buildings because the firefighters often face problems while dousing the flames due to the hoardings and glow-signboards which remain fixed on the buildings. As a result of this, the firefighters have to pull down the hoardings to spray water. Meanwhile, Kolkata Municipal Corporation officials also held meetings with the Fire department to impose some restrictions on hawkers who put up their stalls in marketplaces.
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You’ll also find us on Instagram here . 19:09 M6 Northbound lane closed on exit slip road due to broken down vehicle at J15 A500 (Stoke-On-Trent). Traffic is coping well.Lane one (of two) is closed on the exit slip road from the Northbound M6 onto the A500 above the motorway. 18:31Fire at the Grange in BurslemGrass fire on the Grange in Burslem (Image: Dereth Adams-Heighway)18:05Slow traffic on Baths Road at A5007 The Strand.Accident at the Tesco Store forecourt, not effecting the road just slow traffic. 17:18Usual congestion on A500 D Road Southbound around A527 Porthill Road (Porthill Bank). 17:18Heavy traffic on Bucknall Road inbound from A52 Leek Road (Lime Kiln Traffic Lights) to Hanley Town centre. 17:06Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service crews from Hanley and Sandyford have dealt with a shed fire near Holden Bridge, Sneyd Green. Accidental ignition.Firefighters were called at 4.24pm.17:01Queuing traffic due to earlier accident on M6 Southbound at J15 A500 (Stoke-On-Trent). All lanes have been re-opened.Lanes one and two (of three) were closed. All restrictions were lifted at around 16:45. The accident cannot be located on the cameras, however the matrix signs confirm the restriction. 15:58Usual congestion on A534 Haslington Bypass before the roadworks at A5020 University Way (Crewe Green roundabout). 15:42Queuing traffic on A34 Newcastle Road between Springfield Retail Park and A500 D Road (Hanford Interchange). Travel time is six minutes. 15:42Slow traffic on A50 Uttoxeter Road at A520 (Meir Tunnel Interchange).13:48Man dies after accident involving digger at construction siteEmergency services were called to the accident earlier today. More here.11:47Slow traffic on M6Slow traffic on M6 Northbound from J19 A556 Chester Road (Knutsford) to J18 A54 Middlewich Road (Middlewich / Holmes Chapel). In the roadworks area.Extra traffic heading towards the Tatton Park Flower show.11:41Armed police deployed to incident in BurslemMore here.11:40A50 shutThe A50 is shut eastbound near Uttoxeter. More here.10:11One lane shut due to shed load on A50 near UttoxeterOne lane closed and queueing traffic due to shed load on A50 Uttoxeter Bypass Eastbound at A518 / B5030 (Little Chef Roundabout). On the roundabout.Lane one (of two) is closed. Traffic officers are on the scene, and the lane will remain closed while repairs to the barriers take place. (Image: Inrix)10:06Manhunt after robber absconds from prisonThe 38-year-old absconded from HMP Sudbury on Wednesday. More here.Jamie Subryan (Image: Derbyshire Police)09:27Accident cleared in CobridgeThe accident is cleared in Cobridge.09:09Accident reported in CobridgeReports of accident on Emery Street at Grange Street. Traffic is coping well. (Image: Inrix)08:55Queuing traffic at Crewe Green roundaboutQueueing traffic on A5020 University Way Northbound at the roadworks at A534 / Hungerford Road (Crewe Green Roundabout). Travel time is five minutes. 08:12One lane shut on M6 due to broken down vehicleOne lane closed and slow traffic due to broken down vehicle on M6 Southbound from J15 A500 (Stoke-On-Trent) to J14 A5013 (Stafford North). In the roadworks area.Lane one (of three) is closed. Traffic is already slow due to narrow lanes and speed restrictions in this area.08:02Two lanes shut on M6 Southbound in West MidlandsA Highways England spokesman said: “2 lanes closed M6 southbound between J10 and J9 due to a broken down HGV. Recovery is on the way and will get lanes back open as soon as we can. Delays starting to build on the approach so give yourself extra time to travel.”07:49Heavy traffic at Meir TunnelHeavy traffic on A50 Westbound from Meir Tunnel towards the A500 D Road (Sideway Roundabout). 07:45Heavy traffic on A34 in BrownlowHeavy traffic on A34 Newcastle Road in both directions between Child’s Lane and Watery Lane. In the roadworks area.Temporary traffic lights are in operation.07:26Heavy traffic on A500 near junctuion 15 of M6Heavy traffic on A500 D Road Southbound before M6 J15. (Image: Inrix)06:56Traffic queueing on A50 near UttoxeterTraffic is queuing on the A50 Uttoxeter Bypass Eastbound before A518 / B5030 (Little Chef Roundabout). Congestion to soon after the link with the A522 Uttoxeter town turn off. In the roadworks area. (Image: Inrix)06:52Slow traffic at Crewe Green roundaboutA534 Haslington Bypass busy but moving before the roadworks at A5020 University Way (Crewe Green roundabout). (Image: Inrix)06:22Delays on trains between Stoke-on-Trent and Manchester due to trespassers near StockportA Network Rail spokesman said: “A trespasser on the railway at Stockport means that all lines are blocked. Trains through Stockport may be cancelled, delayed or revised. Disruption is expected until 07:30.”06:21Good morningTom here to bring you the latest news, traffic and weather across the region. Watch again Video will play in Watch Next Video Loading Video Unavailable StokeonTrentLive – we’re #localandproud
– Red zone trouble continued for the Cardinals in the fourth quarter with a fourth trip inside the 15-yard line; they settled for a Catanzaro field goal. He connected from 29 yards out to make it 17-15 Rams with 11:52 to play in the game. Prior to the kick, Jermaine Gresham dropped a sure first down on 3rd-and-2 at the St. Louis 11.STAT OF THE GAME17: The number of Rams points scored off of three Cardinals turnovers.HE SAID IT“It sucks when you have a guy run like he did today,” Cory Redding said, referring to Gurley. “He’s in the NFL for a reason. We’ll be ready the next time. He had a good day.”NOTED– The Cardinals dropped to 5-5 when wearing their alternate black uniform tops.– Arizona’s defense held the Rams to nine rushing yards on nine attempts in the first half.– Rashad Johnson exited the game due to a back issue only to return early in the fourth quarter.– Among the Cardinals’ inactives were running back Andre Ellington and offensive lineman Ted Larsen.UP NEXTAfter two straight home games, the Cardinals hit the road in Week 5 — and they’ll be on the road for consecutive games. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Gurley led a ground attack that totaled 164 yards on 26 carries.The Rams improved to 2-2 and snapped a three-game losing streak to the Cardinals.Nick Foles passed for 171 yards and three touchdowns, two to Tavon Austin, who totaled six catches for 96 yards.Palmer, meanwhile, was 29-of-46 for 352 yards and a touchdown. He was also intercepted, one of three giveaways contributing to the Cardinals (3-1) first loss of the season.St. Louis scored 17 points off turnovers.At times, the Cardinals were their own worst enemy. In addition to turning the football over, the Cardinals failed to capitalize on five red zone trips, scoring just one touchdown with four Chandler Catanzaro field goals.THE GOOD– After the Rams scored on their first possession, the Cardinals defense held, forcing back-to-back-to-back three-and-outs. On the three drives, St. Louis gained a combined 11 yards on nine plays. Markus Golden and Calais Campbell combined on a sack of Bradford to halt the first possession. Campbell also recorded two tackles on the second possession, while two straight Foles incompletions ended the third possession.– The defense stepped up its game following a Palmer second-quarter interception. None more so than Tyrann Mathieu, the reigning NFC Defensive Player of the Week. On 3rd-and-4 at the Arizona 12, Mathieu broke up a likely touchdown pass intended for Jared Cook, forcing the Rams to settle for a 30-yard field goal and 10-6 lead at 3:16 of the first half. Mathieu had three first-half tackles, trailing only Campbell’s five for team-high honors. – With his 13-yard second-quarter catch, Larry Fitzgerald extended his team record of at least one catch to 167 straight games, which also happens to be the longest active streak in the NFL. Fitzgerald began the day with more catches (23), receiving yards (333) and touchdowns (5) through three games than in any season in his NFL career.– If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again; or in the case of the Cardinals, how about a fifth try. On their fifth trip inside the red zone, they scored on a David Johnson 23-yard catch and run to make the score 24-22 Rams at 4:38 of the fourth quarter. Two plays earlier, the Cardinals converted a 4th-and-4 at the St. Louis 33 with Palmer finding a wide open Fitzgerald for a 14-yard gain.THE BAD– Through the first three weeks of the season, the Cardinals were the only team that had not trailed at any point of any game. That changed just 90 seconds into Week 4 when Foles found Austin for a 12-yard touchdown, capitalizing on David Johnson’s fumble on the opening kickoff. Austin beat Jerraud Powers on the play.– Entering the game, Palmer had been sacked just once, but on the Cardinals first possession, No. 3 was dropped twice in six plays; first by Lamarcus Joyner and then Chris Long, the later coming on 3rd-and-16. Those were the 14th and 15th sacks of the season for the Rams, who began the day tied with the Patriots for the most in the NFL. – No team had been better at scoring touchdowns inside the red zone than the Cardinals, but on their first opportunity against the Rams, they settled for a Catanzaro 21-yard field goal. After Michael Floyd drew a pass interference call on Janoris Jenkins to make it 1st-and-goal at the 1-yard line, Chris Johnson rushed twice for minus three yards and then David Johnson dropped a sure touchdown pass on third down.– A second red-zone trip stalled on the Cardinals very next possession. Despite a pair of Floyd first-down catches, David Johnson was tackled for a two-yard loss on 3rd-and-3 at the St. Louis 7. Catanzaro kicked a 27-yard field goal, capping a 13-play, 51-yard drive and making the score 7-6 Rams with 10:45 to play in the second quarter.– Fitzgerald struggled, first with a drop and then a fumble, the latter coming in the third quarter. The Cards’ third turnover proved costly as Foles hit Stedman Bailey for an 18-yard touchdown and 17-9 lead at 5:44 of the third quarter. This marked the first time Fitzgerald dropped a ball and fumbled a ball in the same game since Week 3 against Baltimore in 2007, per ESPN Stats & Info.– Once again, a Cardinals red-zone trip resulted in a Catanzaro field goal, this one from 38 yards to make it 17-12 Rams with 1:13 to play in the third quarter. Facing a 3rd-and-2 at the St. Louis 14, Palmer was sacked by T.J. McDonald, losing six yards. Earlier on the drive, Chris Johnson had runs of 19 and 14 yards, giving him 83 yards on 16 carries. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Comments Share Top Stories St. Louis Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins (21) intercepts a pass intended for Arizona Cardinals wide receiver John Brown (12) during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo GLENDALE, Ariz. — Through the season’s first three games, the Arizona Cardinals had made it look easy.But in the NFL, it’s never easy and as the saying goes, any given Sunday. And on this Sunday the St. Louis Rams were the better team.They forced three turnovers, sacked Carson Palmer four times, stood tall defending the red zone and watched rookie Todd Gurley run for 146 yards — his 30-yard rush on 3rd-and-12 with just over a minute remaining sealed the victory, 24-22, in front of a sold out University of Phoenix Stadium. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Up first, a trip to Detroit to tackle the Lions on Sunday, Oct. 11. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:05 with pregame coverage beginning four hours earlier on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM.The Cardinals have won six straight over the Lions, including their most recent visit to Ford Field in 2009, 31-24, a game in which Anquan Boldin’s fourth-quarter, five-yard touchdown run proved to be the difference.Overall, the Lions hold a 31-27-5 advantage in a series that dates back to 1930.Following the game, the Cardinals will stay out east to practice and prepare for their matchup at Pittsburgh on Oct. 18. – / 27
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