Feds officially launch contract to supply 88 new fighter jets

first_imgOTTAWA — Canada is officially asking four companies to send in their bids to supply a new fleet of fighter jets for the Royal Canadian Air Force.The 88 jets are to replace the country’s aging CF-18s, which have been in service for more than 35 years.After years of stop-and-start work on replacing them, the government launched the current procurement in 2016 and has been working on the details for nearly three years.Public Services and Procurement Canada says Saab, Airbus, Lockheed Martin and Boeing have until this fall to demonstrate that they can meet requirements for security and interoperability with allied countries’ forces, and until 2020 to make what the government calls “initial proposals.”In announcing the call, the government points out that the bidders will have to show that they have plans to invest as much in economic benefits for Canada as the eventual contract is worth.A winning bidder is to be chosen in 2022 and the first planes are to arrive in 2025.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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Egypt arrests prodemocracy activist third in a week

first_imgCAIRO- Prominent Egyptian youth leader Ahmed Duma was arrested on Tuesday for participating in a protest, his wife told AFP, the third pro-democracy activist to be detained within a week.Egyptian authorities have widened their crackdown on protesters since interim president Adly Mansour passed a law on November 24 that bans all unauthorised demonstrations.“He has been arrested for participating in a violent protest outside a court. He is now being interrogated by the prosecution,” Duma’s wife Nurhan Hefzy said. Duma also wrote about his arrest on his Twitter account.“I am now in Basateen police station. I don’t know what I am accused of and what is the reason for my arrest,” he tweeted.An Egyptian judicial source said Duma was being questioned for  participating in a violent protest outside a Cairo court on Saturday when another prominent activist Ahmed Maher turned himself in after he was ordered arrested by the general prosecution.The source said that the general prosecution is also investigating a separate complaint filed against Duma and another activist Asma Mahfouz for allegedly “insulting” army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who is seen as the real power behind the nation’s interim rulers.In June, Duma was sentenced to six months in jail for insulting ousted president Mohamed Morsi during a television broadcast as “a criminal and murderer”.He was released on July 6, three days after the army ousted Morsi.  Duma is the third pro-democracy activist to be arrested within a week after Maher and Alaa Abdel Fattah, who have been detained for taking part in unauthorised protests.Abdel Fattah has been sent to 15 days detention. Maher was ordered free Sunday in one case after he had turned himself in at a Cairo court, but on Monday he was detained again for four days.The new law stipulates that permission to hold gatherings can be denied if a planned protest is deemed a threat to national security.last_img read more

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UN tobacco control convention marks fifth anniversary

26 February 2010The United Nations tobacco control convention – called a true triumph for public health by the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) and among the most widely embraced treaties in UN history – turns five today. The United Nations tobacco control convention ¬– called a true triumph for public health by the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) and among the most widely embraced treaties in UN history – turns five today.“The tobacco industry is ruthless, devious, rich, and powerful. As we all know, neither WHO nor public health is rich, but with the Framework Convention now in place, we are indeed powerful,” said WHO Director-General Margaret Chan, in her opening remarks at today’s celebration in Geneva of the fifth anniversary of the entry into force of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC).The first international treaty negotiated under the auspices of the WHO, the Convention entered into force on 27 February 2005 and has since become one of the most widely embraced UN treaties with 164 parties.An estimated 5 million people annually – the equivalent of one person every 6 seconds – die from tobacco-related illnesses such as cancers, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. The Convention aims to lower these rates by calling for and supporting measures that reduce the demand for and supply of tobacco, such as stronger tax and price measures.”The Convention demonstrates that health can indeed persuade other sectors to take action, through taxes, graphic health warnings, legislation, and marketing bans,” Dr. Chan said.According to a recent analysis of 117 national implementation reports, nearly 80 per cent of the Parties to the Convention prohibited sales of tobacco products to minors and 70 per cent have introduced large, clear and visible health warnings on the packages of tobacco products. Dr. Chan noted that while levels of tobacco use have dropped in many affluent countries, they are on the rise in developing countries which are seen as “the new frontier for the marketing of tobacco products” particularly to girls and women. She also noted that the world is shaped by “the globalization of unhealthy lifestyles,” which includes smoking.She added that more could be done to curb tobacco’s popularity using already established tools.“Tobacco taxes are the most effective way to reduce tobacco use. Yet only 21 countries have tobacco tax rates greater than 75 per cent of the retail price,” Dr. Chan said.The first protocol to the Convention aimed at combating illicit tobacco trade is being negotiated, and Dr. Chan noted that the tobacco industry is describing itself as “responsible” and asking to be a part of the negotiations.“The answer is a firm no,” she said. read more

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Clear zone criminals risk rapid arrest

HAGERSVILLE – Thieves would think twice about targeting Circle K convenience stores if they knew how quickly the chain’s security team can respond to robberies.Sean Sportun, Circle K’s manager of security and loss prevention in central Canada, said the chain’s security team can put a perpetrator’s image onto the cell phones of officers on patrol within seconds of a robbery report. The security team can also quickly provide closed-circuit footage to relevant law-enforcement agencies.“The quicker we’re made aware of it, the quicker we can get video and images into the hands of law enforcement,” Sportun said in Hagersville Wednesday.It works like this: High-resolution cameras in the chain’s 740 Ontario stores will capture a robbery in progress. If no one is hurt, the clerk calls the incident into Circle K’s central security office in Toronto.Security officers call up the relevant footage on a monitor, isolate images, and then blast them over the airwaves to police in the field. The rapid response team is on duty 24-hours-a-day, just like the stores themselves.Circle K management understands it has to be extra-vigilant if it wants to operate around the clock. The chain – one of the largest involving convenience stores in the world – has been busy in recent years target-hardening stores with a history of armed robbery.The Circle K in the north end of Hagersville meets the threshold. Wednesday, Sportun was on site framing up what is known in security circles as the “clear zone” initiative.The thinking behind the clear zone is similar to trimming shrubs and installing outdoor lighting at a secluded home on a dark street. It involves security staff seeing the store as a robber would.The idea is to remove all promotional materials from windows that obscure the view of the cashier from passersby in the street and in the parking lot. The plate-glass window providing the view is framed with a red border promoting this crime-prevention strategy.An alert robber sees this and realizes how visible they will be barking orders and waving around a weapon at the cash register. Even casual observers on the outside will notice if the robber is wearing a disguise. With most everyone having a cell phone with 911 on speed dial, authorities could be summoned before the criminal exits the premises.The strategy appears to be working.Ten years ago – when Circle K’s in Ontario were known as Mac’s Convenience – the chain was experiencing more than 200 armed robberies a year in this part of Canada. Thanks to target-hardening measures such as clear zone, robberies at Ontario stores fell to 78 in 2017 (April 30, 2016 – May 1, 2017) and 92 in the most recent fiscal year.Crime Stoppers of Haldimand and Norfolk is pleased to support the initiative. Chair Neil Unwin, of Simcoe, was on hand Wednesday for the Hagersville store’s modification. Unwin encourages all businesses to follow target-hardening principles regardless of their history with violent crime.“We want to make the public aware that Crime Stoppers helps with crime prevention,” Unwin said. “We don’t just take tips. We’re concerned that this store has been hit three times recently with a weapon.”Two of these robberies occurred this year. A 17-year-old youth was arrested in connection with a robbery June 15. A robbery suspect was not identified in an incident Feb. 19.Haldimand OPP report a 42-year-old Haldimand man was charged with robbery in connection with a May 20, 2016 incident at the Hagersville store. Suspects were not identified in robberies March 5, 2012, and Dec. 31, 2006The suspect in February’s hold-up is described as a man about six feet tall with a large build. He was wearing a black hooded sweater under a charcoal-coloured jacket. He also had a balaclava over his face.Anyone with information related to this incident is asked to contact the Haldimand OPP at 1-888-310-1122. Tips can also be shared with Crime Stoppers of Haldimand and Norfolk at 1-800-222-8477. Callers to Crime Stoppers who help solve a crime are eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.MSonnenberg@postmedia.com read more

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Husky Energy pipeline leaks oil into North Saskatchewan River

MAIDSTONE, Sask. – Oil from a Husky Energy (TSX:HSE) pipeline spilled into the North Saskatchewan River on Thursday morning upstream from Maidstone, Sask.Ralph Bock of the Environment Ministry said Husky has told government officials between 200,000 and 250,000 litres spilled.“We’ve got containment of the spill at the release site, which is upstream, so there is no more product being released to the river,” he said Thursday afternoon.“Downstream at the Paynton Ferry, which is a ferry crossing on the North Saskatchewan, about 40 kilometres from the release site, Husky and their team have been really diligent and got booms across the North Saskatchewan to capture anything that’s coming downstream.”Husky said it shut down the line and was working closely with neighbours and municipalities.Company spokesman Mel Duvall said the line runs from Husky’s heavy oil operations to its facilities in Lloydminster and carries oil mixed with a diluent, which is a lighter hydrocarbon that’s added to ease the flow.The province said an environmental protection officer had been dispatched to the site. It also said Husky, with co-operation from the province, was notifying river users downstream of the spill.In North Battleford, which draws its water supply from the North Saskatchewan River downstream from the spill, city officials said they had been informed and were taking precautions.Tammy MacCormack, the city’s environment manager, said it was unknown how long it would take for the flow to reach North Battleford. But water samples were being done, she said, and supply intakes were to be shut if the oil spill reached the city.“Our plan is to be shut down when it goes by,” said MacCormack. “We will be watching the water.”Bock said officials from the Water Security Agency will take samples from the river past the boom before any water intakes to monitor hydrocarbons in the river.“Right now we’re focusing on let’s just the minimize the footprint of this and we’ll do our damage assessments once we’re sure we’re not going to be causing any more damage.” Husky Energy pipeline leaks oil into North Saskatchewan River by The Canadian Press Posted Jul 21, 2016 4:29 pm MDT Last Updated Jul 21, 2016 at 8:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

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Rio Tinto gifts Bunder diamond project in India to Government of Madhya

first_imgRio Tinto has decided to gift the Bunder diamond project in India to the Government of Madhya Pradesh after a comprehensive review. In August 2016, Rio Tinto announced it would not proceed with the development of Bunder due to commercial considerations and would be seeking to close all project infrastructure. Under a Government of Madhya Pradesh order signed in January 2017, the Government will accept ownership and take on responsibility for the Bunder assets.The inventory of assets and associated infrastructure handed over to the government comprises all land, plant, equipment and vehicles at the Bunder project site. The inventory will also include diamond samples recovered during exploration. This approach will assist the Government to package the assets if it were to proceed with an auction process for the Bunder mineral rights. Rio Tinto Copper & Diamonds chief executive Arnaud Soirat said “Our exit from Bunder is the latest example of Rio Tinto streamlining its asset portfolio. It simplifies our business, allowing us to focus on our world-class assets.“We believe in the value and quality of the Bunder project and support its future development, and the best way to achieve that is to hand over the assets to the Government of Madhya Pradesh.“Rio Tinto has long and enduring ties with India and we continue to see the nation as an important market for our metals and minerals and as a key hub for Rio Tinto’s business services.”Rio Tinto says it remains “committed to its diamonds business and the Indian diamond industry through its worldclass underground mines, the Argyle diamond mine in Australia and the Diavik diamond mine in Canada. Rio Tinto continues to enjoy a strong partnership with the Indian diamond industry, with more than 250,000 diamond cutters and polishers employed in processing Rio Tinto diamonds.last_img read more

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Microsoft patent suggests Xbox 720 may have game environment projection system

first_imgA new patent filed by Microsoft reveals plans to turn your entire living room into a virtual game enviroment. This new tech, which could end up being a part of the Xbox 720, will apparently project the environment of the game you are playing on to the walls of your room. It is being referred to as an “environmental display” that could offer Microsoft a new USP with which to sell its next console.As well as being a projection system, a 3D depth camera is included that works by emitting infrared light to figure out where the player is in the environment, and what position they are standing in. Supposedly the depth camera works the same way for any objects that are in the room, and is thought to use similar tech to the Kinect %displayPrice% at %seller% , which makes it inevitable the two will be used together for an added layer of game immersion.This environmental display is also meant to tie in with Microsoft’s shutter 3D Kinect glasses, which supposedly track where you’re looking as well as creating a 3D image. Perhaps in conjunction with the environmental display you’ll be able to see the wall projections in 3D as well as on your TV.For the moment the environmental display is just an interesting patent, but one Microsoft is sure to be researching heavily. However, even if it does work well there’s issues to overcome such as dealing with different room sizes, lots of objects in a room, and even patterned wallpaper could have an impact on the tracking camera. Even so, Microsoft will take every advantage it can in the next gen console market, so don’t be surpsied if Kinect 2 ends up being a motion controller and 3D projection system combined.View the patent at Patently Apple, via CVGlast_img read more

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One killed as Maduro hangs on amid Venezuela protests

first_imgVenezuelan residents in Colombia protest against Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro`s government in Medellin, Colombia, on 1 May 2019. Photo: ReutersVenezuelans heeded opposition leader Juan Guaido’s call to take to the streets on Wednesday in a bid to force president Nicolas Maduro from power, but there was little concrete sign of change in a crisis that increasingly looks like a political stalemate.Guaido had called for the “largest march” in Venezuela’s history and said on Twitter that “millions of Venezuelans” were in the streets in “this final phase” of his move to oust Maduro.But by late afternoon, many of the protesters in the capital Caracas had drifted home. National Guards fired tear gas at a hardcore of demonstrators who remained, and one injured demonstrator was carried by others to a first aid truck, Reuters video showed.Local rights organisations said a young woman died in surgery after being shot in the head during a protest in Caracas. Guaido confirmed via Twitter that a woman died after being shot.The standoff in Venezuela increased tensions between the United States and Russia, who accused each other of interference in the OPEC-member nation’s affairs.Despite Guaido’s calls for the military to support him, the armed forces leadership has so far remained loyal to Maduro, who has been in power since his mentor, the late president Hugo Chavez, died in 2013.”If the regime thought we had reached maximum pressure, they cannot even imagine,” Guaido told thousands of cheering supporters. “We have to remain in the streets.”It was unclear what more Guaido can do at this point. The Venezuelan opposition has often staged huge street protests against Maduro but failed to dislodge him despite a deep economic recession and hyperinflation.Demonstrators said they were prepared for the process of ousting Maduro to last a long time.”We need to keep going,” said Laila Amezquita, a 52-year-old nurse from Caracas’ downtown Candelaria district. “In three months Guaido’s been able to do what they have not done in 20 years, and one has to be patient.”Demonstrators protest following a rally against the government of Venezuela`s president Nicolas Maduro and to commemorate May Day in Caracas, Venezuela, on 1 May 2019. Photo: ReutersOthers are frustrated that nothing has changed more than three months after Guaido, head of the opposition-run National Assembly, invoked the constitution to assume an interim presidency, arguing that Maduro’s 2018 re-election was illegitimate.Guaido is recognised as Venezuela’s legitimate head of state by the United States, the European Union and others, while Maduro is backed by countries including Russia, China, and Cuba.US-Russia FrictionThose fault lines are increasingly putting Venezuela at the heart of global geopolitical tensions.US president Donald Trump’s administration has imposed sanctions on the Maduro government and refused to rule out military intervention, although it says it prefers a peaceful transition.”Military action is possible. If that’s what’s required, that’s what the United States will do,” US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Fox Business Network.The Pentagon appeared to downplay any active preparations to directly intervene in Venezuela, but acknowledged detailed contingency planning.Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov told Pompeo on Wednesday that further “aggressive steps” in Venezuela would have grave consequences, Russia’s foreign ministry said.In turn, the United States has accused Moscow of interfering in the South American country, an ally of Russia since the time of Chavez. Pompeo said Maduro had been expected to flee the country on Tuesday but Russia convinced him to stay, which the Kremlin has denied.White House national security adviser John Bolton, a foreign policy hawk, said Moscow’s involvement was not welcome.”This is our hemisphere,” he told reporters outside the White House. “It’s not where the Russians ought to be interfering. This is a mistake on their part. It’s not going to lead to an improvement of relations.”Test For GuaidoA Venezuelan man living in Peru holds a placard that read `Maduro you are running out of time` as he takes part in a rally in support of Venezualan opposition leader and self-declared acting president Juan Guaido in Lima on 1 May 2019. Photo: AFPMaduro retains control of state institutions and the loyalty of the armed forces, frustrating Guaido’s bid to assume the day-to-day functions of government, which he says would be a prelude to calling new elections.Seeking to appeal to Maduro’s traditional base among the working class, Guaido said on Wednesday he would consider a proposal from public workers to call for a series of stoppages leading up to a general strike.Carlos Alberto, a 70-year-old small-business owner, draped in a Venezuelan flag at the Caracas protest, said: “We are tired of this regime that has brutally impoverished us. My children and almost all my family have already left Venezuela. … We know that if it’s not today, it will be tomorrow, because this has to end.”Venezuelan living standards have declined even further in the first several months of the year, with blackouts and water shortages adding to hyperinflation and chronic shortages of food and medicine that have prompted millions to emigrate.Triple the usual daily number of Venezuelans fled across the border to Brazil on Tuesday, Brazilian government data showed.Maduro, who says Guaido is a puppet of the United States seeking to orchestrate a coup, also called a march on Wednesday.In a speech to supporters gathered near the Miraflores presidential palace, Maduro said he recognised the need for “big changes within the Bolivarian revolution.” He did not give details.Travelling to the pro-Maduro rally, educator Mercedes Martinez called Guaido a “lapdog” and said: “The empire wants to smother us, cut off our head and colonise us. … The people of Venezuela are defending Venezuela.”last_img
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Syria to let civilians flee rebelheld Idlib

first_imgSyrian civilians flee on August 22, 2019 a conflict zone in Syria`s rebel-held northwestern region of Idlib, where government bombardment has killed hundreds since late April, near Maar Shurin on the outskirts of Maaret al-Numan. Photo: AFPDamascus said Thursday it is opening a corridor for civilians to leave the opposition-held northwestern region of Idlib, where government bombardment has killed hundreds since late April.The announcement came a day after government forces recaptured the strategic Idlib province town of Khan Sheikhun from jihadists and allied rebels.Damascus has opened such corridors out of rebel bastions in the past as a prelude to retaking them either by force or through negotiated surrenders.The Idlib region, which sits on the Turkish border, is now the last major stronghold of opposition to the Russia-backed government of president Bashar al-Assad.It has been controlled since January by the Hayat Tahrir al-Sham alliance, which is led by jihadists from Syria’s former Al-Qaeda affiliate.”The Syrian government announces the opening of a humanitarian corridor in Souran in the northern countryside of Hama province,” state news agency SANA quoted a foreign ministry source as saying.The corridor will be used to evacuate “civilians who want to leave areas controlled by terrorists in northern Hama and the southern countryside of Idlib”, it added.The government said it would provide shelter, food and medical care for civilians who chose to leave the region.Footage aired on Syrian TV showed ambulances of the Syrian Red Crescent and green evacuation busses lined up in Souran.Civilians are often wary of accepting government offers of refuge or safe passage for fear of arrest or conscription into the regime’s depleted forces.”Previous efforts to implement such corridors in southern Syria and Aleppo did little to stop the suffering of civilians and were rarely used due to fears for their safety,” said Misty Buswell of the International Rescue Committee (IRC).Besieged pocket Wednesday’s advance saw government forces cut off a pocket of territory stretching from the south of Idlib province into neighbouring Hama, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.The pocket includes the town of Morek and the nearby areas of Kfar Zita and Latamneh.The corridor will allow their remaining residents to escape into government-held territory, the Britain-based monitor said.But most civilians had already fled before the pocket was cut off, Observatory head Rami Abdul Rahman told AFP.The encirclement of Morek raised the stakes between the Russian-backed government and Turkey, which has troops manning an observation post in the town.”Neither Damascus nor Moscow is likely interested in attacking a Turkish observation point in Idlib head-on, killing Turkish soldiers and provoking a more serious incident,” said Sam Heller of the International Crisis Group think tank.”But this latest advance has shown that they can simply advance around Turkish positions if they choose, reducing those Turkish observer forces to irrelevance.”Turkey’s state-run Anadolu news agency said Thursday that Syrian warplanes opened machine gun fire near one of Ankara’s observation points, in the village of Al-Surman, north of Khan Sheikhun.Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will discuss the situation in Idlib with his Russian and Iranian counterparts during a summit in Ankara on September 16, his spokesman has said.Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said that Moscow is continuing to collaborate with Turkey on Syria.Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Erdogan and Russian president Vladimir Putin could have a phone call in “the coming days”. ‘No life here’ The Idlib region of some three million people was supposed to be protected by a proposed buffer zone agreed by Moscow and Ankara last September.But HTS failed to pull back from the zone and in April, government and Russian forces resumed heavy bombardment of the region.Nearly 900 civilians have been killed since then, according to the Observatory.More than 400,000 more have fled their homes, the United Nations says.On Thursday, government warplanes struck villages east of Maarat al-Numan, another key town on the Damascus-Aleppo highway, the Observatory said.The goal is to force civilians to flee ahead of a push towards the rebel-held town, it added.Abu Hussein fled his village outside Maarat al-Numan earlier this week, after heavy bombardment.”Towns and villages are now empty,” he told AFP. “There is no life here.”The war in Syria has killed more than 370,000 people since it started in 2011 and driven millions of civilians from their homes.last_img
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Mamata lashes out at Centre for trying to curb freedom of Press

first_imgKolkata: Criticising the Centre’s step to “curb freedom of Press” in the name of controlling fake news as a “draconian move”, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has demanded immediate withdrawal of the circular of suspending or cancelling accreditation of journalists.Banerjee tweeted: “The PIB circular on #FakeNews control is a brazen attempt to curb Press freedom, a sure sign that the Govt has lost its way. We demand the immediate withdrawal of such a draconian move.” Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsIn the tweet, she also took a dig at BJP, without taking its name, in connection with the circulation of fake news: “And what about #FakeNews spread by a political party on a regular basis?”It may be recalled that the Chief Minister was the first to raise her voice against circulation of fake news, mainly through social media, to purposely create trouble. She had repeatedly urged people to ignore such news and also directed the police to maintain a vigil so that such news doesn’t get circulated.It may be mentioned that when allegations of attempting to curb freedom of journalists rose against the Centre, the Mamata Banerjee government has issued a notification to give pension to journalists above 60 years as a “respect and responsibility of the state on democracy”.The Centre was forced to withdraw the move in the wake of severe criticism.last_img read more

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Register now for Sandals Certified Sandals Specialist workshops

first_img Posted by TORONTO — Sandals Resorts will be launching its Certified Sandals Specialist workshops this month across Canada, giving agents the chance to brush up on selling strategies and lock in more bookings than ever before.These fast-paced sessions, which also include product updates and key tips for agents, fulfill the education requirement towards becoming a Certified Sandals Specialist (CSS) as well as the maintenance requirement for agents already holding CSS status.The majority of workshops are scheduled in the morning (7:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.), however in select cities, afternoon (1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.) and evening (5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.) sessions are also available.In addition, as ACTA-approved workshops, each travel agent or manager who completes a session will receive 10 credits towards their Certified Travel Counsellor or Certified Travel Manager designation.Space is limited and agents are encouraged to register as soon as possible. A non-refundable fee of $40 is required at time of registration. All participants will receive a 2019 workbook manual, a 2019 CSS certificate as well as a supply of the newest collateral materials.More news:  Kory Sterling is TL Network Canada’s new Sales Manager CanadaTo register go to uvisandals.ca and contact your local Business Development Manager or Inside Sales at 1-800-545-8283 or (416) 223-0028 for more information.The Sandals June 20190 Canadian workshop schedule is as follows:June 11 – Quebec City, QC (French) / AFTERNOON WORKSHOPComplexe Capitale Hélicoptère, 1688 route de l’AéroportJune 13 – Ottawa, ONHomewood Suites by Hilton Ottawa Airport, 3605 Paul Anka DriveJune 13 – Charlottetown, PE / EVENING WORKSHOPThe Great George Hotel, 58 Great George StreetJune 18 – Brossard, QC (French)Hôtel Alt Quartier DIX30, 6500 boul. de RomeJune 18 – Winnipeg, MBHilton Winnipeg Airport Suites, 1800 Wellington AvenueJune 19 – Saskatoon, SKDelta Hotels Bessborough, 601 Spadina Crescent EastJune 19 – Drummondville, QC (French)Grand Times Hotel, 530 rue Saint-AmantJune 20 – Regina, SKThe Hotel Saskatchewan, 2125 Victoria AvenueJune 27 – Belleville, ONFairfield Inn & Suites, 407 North Front Street << Previous PostNext Post >> Travelweek Group Sharecenter_img Monday, June 10, 2019 Tags: Sandals Resorts, Workshop Register now for Sandals’ Certified Sandals Specialist workshopslast_img read more

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Rio 2016 will shine a light on Brazil says Tourism Minister

first_imgAccording to Henrique Eduardo Alves, Brazil’s Minister of Tourism, Brazil is all set to capture the world’s imagination.Rio 2016 will be the first Olympic and Paralympic Games to be held in South America. Having hosted other major events such as Rio+20, World Youth Day, a visit from the Pope and the 2014 FIFA World Cup, the Olympics will benefit from the country’s organising experience and will offer the public an “unforgettable experience”.Over 15,000 from 205 nations will arrive for the Olympic Games in August next year with majority of the events being held in Rio de Janeiro. With a hope to attract foreign visitors, the government has already eased visa restrictions allowing U.S. passport holders 90 days in the country without a visa until September 18, 2016. Alves hopes that the Games would give Brazil a chance to strengthen its relationship with North America and extend an invitation to the world to visit.In 2014, 656,800 tourists visited Brazil from America, just over 10% of the 6.43 million international visitors the country received that year.last_img read more

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Up Up and Away Goes Home Equity

first_img October 6, 2016 548 Views CoreLogic Home Equity Household Wealth 2016-10-06 Seth Welborn The aggregate amount of equity in U.S. residential homes has more than doubled since 2011, the result of 40 percent price appreciation nationwide during that time.Even with that much of an increase in home equity—which hit a trough of $6.1 trillion in June 2011 but by June 2016 had risen to $12.7 trillion—there is still plenty more equity to be regained while home price appreciation continues over the next year, according to CoreLogic’s U.S. Economic Outlook for October 2016.“We project the national CoreLogic Home Price Index will rise another 5 percent in the coming year, helping to boost home-equity wealth by close to $1 trillion,” CoreLogic Chief Economist Frank Nothaft said. “In turn, this wealth gain should add to consumption spending and contribute to economic growth in 2017.”According to CoreLogic’s most recent Home Equity Report released in mid-September, more than half a million (548,000) homeowners regained equity in the second quarter of 2016, bringing the total of residential homes with equity to approximately 47 million (93 percent). This left approximately 7 percent, or close to 3.6 million homeowners, in negative equity.“We see home prices rising another 5 percent in the coming year based on the latest projected national CoreLogic Home Price Index,” said Anand Nallathambi, president and CEO of CoreLogic. “Assuming this growth is uniform across the U.S., that should release an additional 700,000 homeowners from the scourge of negative equity.”With the substantial rise in home equity, which is a key component of household wealth, there has been a corresponding increase in consumption spending and renovation expenditures. Moody’s Analytics reported that consumption spending rises by approximately $2 for every $100 worth of housing wealth that is regained.“[A] $6 trillion rise in housing wealth has lifted consumer spending by more than $100 billion during the last five years,” Nothaft said. “And renovation expenditures are up as well, further contributing to economic growth.”According to CoreLogic, the average gain in home equity, or household wealth, from the middle of 2015 to the middle of 2016 was $11,000 per homeowner. The largest increases were seen in California, Oregon, and Washington, all of which had an average increase in equity of almost $30,000 per homeowner. In Connecticut, New Jersey, North Dakota, and Pennslyvania, there was either a decline or no change in the average amount of equity gained per homeowner. Up, Up, and Away Goes Home Equitycenter_img in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News Sharelast_img read more

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is back in 2000 when the McCains welcomed me into their world After bowing out of the race for the Republican nomination for president Senator McCain invited then Gov George Bush and his wife Laura to his Ranch Putting aside the brutal. campaign that the Bush team ran against him" Christopher Morris—VII for TIME A previously unpublished image of Sen John McCain and Gov George Bush at McCain’s ranch outside of Sedona Arizona circa 2000 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME A previously unpublished image of Sen John McCain and then-Gov George Bush at McCain’s ranch outside Sedona Arizona circa 2000 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME McCain was an "honest man" says Morris who notes he is not a Republican The McCains allowed Morris access to the intimate moments of their lives because they "felt that they didn’t have anything to hide" In an interview with TIME Morris describes being on hand to capture a candid chapter of American political history when George W Bush and his wife Laura came to McCain’s ranch to reconcile after a bitterly contested Republican primary Photos of the visit have never been published until now Bush beat McCain in 2000 amid claims of scandalous rumor mongering and false attacks on McCain’s character After McCain bowed out of the race he had to accept Bush as the man behind the wheel and he did so with grace and dignity Morris says Morris said he visited McCain’s ranch outside Sedona Arizona more than a dozen times as a photographer and called it McCains "inner sanctum" There the former opponents bonded over “the respect of the Presidency" and "the respect that this man was going to be John McCain’s commander in chief” Nearly two decades later McCain asked Bush to give a eulogy at his funeral Bush was listed in the program notes as a friend A contact sheet showing photographs of Sens John McCain and Russ Feingold "I asked if they would be willing to go on the roof of the Senate Russell building for a portrait session for their attempt at campaign finance reform back in March of 2001" Christopher Morris—VII for TIME A contact print of Sen John McCain at the US Capital in Washington Christopher Morris—VII for TIME Morris also remembers one particular stop on the 2000 campaign trail where McCain drove a pace car around a racetrack going speeds of up to 120 mph while Morris sat in the backseat Due to the injuries McCain sustained while a Prisoner of War in Vietnam the Senator couldnt raise his arms above his shoulders making it difficult for him to steer the vehicle around the track Still McCain remained control “I got it I got it” Morris says he remembers McCain remarking McCain liked being behind the steering wheel Morris says Now ten years after photographing McCain as a presidential candidate Morris is back in Washington to capture the final stages of McCains journey and to mourn the loss of his friend “I didn’t want to just witness it on TV” he says “I wanted to be here and see it” Sen John McCain on board his private plane during presidential campaign stops in South Carolina on April 26 2007 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME John McCain with staffers at the Key Air Hangar at the Anoka County Blaine Airport in Blaine Minnesota on September 19 2008 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME Sen John McCain at his ranch outside Sedona Arizona on August 23 2008 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME Sen Sen John McCain in Indianapolis Indiana on the final day of campaigning before the US Presidential election November 3 2008 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME President George W Bush with Sen John McCain on board Air Force One on August 11 2004 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME John McCain in Blountville Tennessee on the final day of campaigning before the US Presidential election on November 3 2008 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME The casket of Sen John McCain arrived inside the Rotunda of the US Capitol Aug 31 2018 in Washington DC McCain died Aug 25 at age 81 after a long battle with brain cancer His body laid in state at the US Capitol on Friday a rare honor bestowed on only 31 people in the past 166 years Christopher Morris—VII for TIME Former US President Barack Obama Michelle Obama former President George W Bush and Laura Bush during a memorial service for Senator John McCain at the Washington National Cathedral on September 1 2018 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME The McCain family at the memorial service for Sen John McCain at the Washington National Cathedral on September 1 2018 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME Christopher Morris is an award winning TIME contract photographer since 1990 and is a founding member of the VII photo agency He is the author of My America and Americans Write to Abby Vesoulis at abbyvesoulis@timecomChina is gearing up for the National Day holiday on Oct 1 celebrating 65 years since Chairman Mao Zedong founded the communist Peoples Republic of China What better way to mark the national anniversary than visiting Hong Kong Heres Xinhua Chinas state news agency and occasional if perhaps unwitting Onion impersonator on whats in store in the former British colony: To share the joy of the 65th anniversary with the public the Home Affairs Department will hold a National Day Extravaganza at Victoria Park from 2 pm to 6 pm, there are no unfair advantages." 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