first_imgBrad Wall, who has served as premier of Saskatchewan for nearly a decade, has announced his retirement from politics. The leader of the province’s right-leaning Saskatchewan Party, Wall was notable for standing up for conservatism and sometimes clashing with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government as a result.Here’s a look at some notable moments of Wall’s decade-long career as premier:Criticizing Federal Carbon TaxWall has been one of the loudest critics of the federal directive for all provinces to institute either a carbon tax or a cap-and-trade system. Trudeau made the announcement in October 2016 while provincial environment ministers were in a climate change meeting, and Wall wasn’t happy about it.“This meeting is not worth the CO2 emissions it took for environment ministers to get there. The level of disrespect shown by the prime minister and his government today is stunning,” Wall said at the time.Wall said the tax would “kneecap” the struggling Canadian economy, and argued the focus should be on technological solutions for emissions like carbon capture and storage.He has since said he is willing to take the federal government to court over the issue.—Standing Against PotashCorp SaleWhen a foreign company tried to purchase Saskatchewan’s PotashCorp in 2010, Wall was vehemently opposed.He called for the Conservative federal government, led by Stephen Harper, to “stand up for Canada and defend Canada’s national strategic interests” by keeping Australian-based BHP Billiton from taking over the company.He pushed his case in a stirring speech at a Regina Chamber of Commerce luncheon in October 2010.“We say yes to the national interests of our country. We say yes to fulfilling the potential of our province and our nation. We say yes to controlling the resource and our future. We say yes to Canada’s century,” Wall implored. “That big hope and grand vision requires, on this occasion, a modicum of courage and one little word — no.”The deal was averted in the end, a move the Conference Board of Canada said saved the province from $2 billion in lost revenue over a decade.—Calling to Halt 25,000 Syrian RefugeesWall made waves by asking Trudeau to reconsider his plan to welcome 25,000 Syrian refugees, citing security as a main concern.His comments came in November 2015, on the heels of a series of terrorist attacks that took place during a single day in Paris.Wall said the large number of refugee claims to be fast-tracked by the end of the year could undermine refugee screening.“Surely we do not want to be date-driven or numbers-driven in an endeavour that may affect the safety of our citizens and the security of our country,” said Wall.—A Stalwart Supporter of PipelinesThere was at least one thing about U.S. President Donald Trump that Wall could be pleased about: his support for pipelines.President Barack Obama rejected the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry hundreds of thousands of barrels of oilsands bitumen from Alberta to Texas. Trump overturned the decision, granting approval to the pipeline.Wall said the decision was a win for both countries and said it will bring over 2,000 jobs to Saskatchewan.Wall passionately defended pipelines as the safest way to transport oil throughout his time as premier.—“Disbelief” Over Khadr SettlementWall was one of many to chime in with disapproval over the Trudeau government’s reported $10.5-million settlement with former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr.“For Omar Khadr, there ought never be an offer to ‘settle’,” Wall said in a Facebook post.“Some things are worth the legal fight.”Khadr, a Canadian citizen, was 15-years-old when he was captured by U.S. forces in Afghanistan. He spent 10 years in Guantanamo Bay after allegedly killing an American special forces soldier during a fierce firefight at a compound in Afghanistan in July 2002.—last_img read more

first_imgPeter Andre is calling on his fans to get creative, have fun and sign up as one of ’Pete’s Champions’ to raise money for Cancer Research UK’s Peter Andre Fund to beat cancer sooner.Peter Andre Encourages Fans To Raise Money For Pete’s ChampionsThe Peter Andre Fund launched after the Andre family lost Peter’s brother, Andrew, to kidney cancer in late 2012. Peter was flooded with offers of support from loyal fans and wanted to inspire them to raise funds for Cancer Research UK’s ‘Cancer Awareness Roadshow’ which takes information about cancer out to people in their own communities.Pete’s Champions Can Raise Money However They LikePete’s Champions is an initiative that encourages Peter’s fans and supporters to raise money in a variety of ways and share their fundraising activities with Peter and other Champions through social media.Peter Andre Hosts A Bake Sale For Pete’s ChampionsLaunched last year, #PetesChampions saw an army of supporters come together to fundraise and raise awareness of the importance of spotting cancer early. Money-can’t-buy giftsinspired hundreds of people to dance, don fancy-dress, host bake sales and Kung Fu kick their way to raising a whopping £100,000. This year, Peter is asking his fans to help him beat that amount by encouraging their colleagues, friends and family to be imaginative, get involved and raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK’s lifesaving work.Champions can do anything from sponsored runs to jumble sales, or give up something they love for a week. Gifts rewarded to Champions are: • Platinum Champion, over £5,000 raised – a private meet and greet with Peter, signed piece of merchandise, thank you video message from Peter, letter and Foundation wristband• Gold Champion, over £2,000 raised – a group meet and greet with Peter, signed piece of merchandise, thank you video message from Peter, letter and Foundation wristband• Silver Champion, over £500 raised – receives a thank you video message from Peter, signed piece of merchandise, letter and Foundation wristband• Bronze Champion, over £100 raised – receives a letter from Peter and one of his Foundation wristbandsPeter said: “Last year my wonderful Champions raised a phenomenal amount. This year we want to smash that total and I want to see how creative people can be in their fundraising. We’ve seen people dance, do three legged races, run marathons, bake cakes – you can do anything! All the money raised will help Cancer Research UK’s ‘Cancer Awareness Roadshow’ continue the amazing work they do, bringing information to people in their own communities that will educate them and help them spot cancer early.”On board Cancer Research UK’s ‘Cancer Awareness Roadshow’, members of the public can speak to Cancer Research UK’s trained cancer awareness nurses about prevention, screening and how to spot cancer early. Visitors will also be provided with information about health services in their local area and how to reduce their risk of the disease.Early diagnosis of cancer saves lives, so if people spot cancer early, before it’s had time to spread or grow too big, it’s nearly always easier to treat successfully. The nurses on board will encourage people to get checked by their doctor if they’re worried about any changes to their body, with the message ‘know your body, know what’s right for you’.For more information, or to sign up to become a Champion, please visit: The deadline for fundraising is March 16th 2015.last_img read more

BISMARCK, N.D. — Two companies are proposing a $1.6 billion pipeline to move North Dakota crude oil, though the route has not been disclosed.The proposed pipeline would be the biggest such project in the state since the Dakota Access pipeline that sparked violent clashes between protesters and law enforcement in 2016 and 2017.Houston-based Phillips 66 and Casper, Wyoming-based Bridger Pipeline announced the joint venture called Liberty Pipeline on Monday. It’s designed to move 350,000 barrels of oil daily from western North Dakota’s oil patch to Cushing, Oklahoma.The route of the pipeline has not been disclosed publicly or to North Dakota regulators. The companies say in a statement the project “will utilize existing pipeline and utility corridors and advanced construction techniques to limit environmental and community impact.”James MacPherson, The Associated Press read more

22 February 2011From a distance, the vehicle seemed like a white speck on the horizon, bouncing along – at great speed – the rough, unfinished roads of South Sudan, still about a half-hour south of the compound belonging to the United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS), in the capital, Juba. And that happiness stems from a combination of a love for the work itself and a strong sense of helping those worse off.“Every mine that comes out of the ground, that’s perhaps someone’s life saved. That’s something real, that’s something tangible, that’s something exciting and challenging to do with your life,” Mr. Fantham said. “There are a whole lot of people worse off than I am – how can I complain when we look at the abject poverty here in Sudan, let alone Africa and the rest of the world?” At the time of Mr Fantham’s accident, in April 2009, much clearance work had been completed. However, it is estimated that landmines and UXO still contaminate thousands of kilometres of roads and millions of square metres of land, making vast areas of Sudan impassable, preventing aid distribution, agriculture and the resettlement of homeless refugees.On the day of the accident, Mr Fantham, a quality assurance officer for the UN Mine Action Office, was part of a team overseeing mine-clearance efforts for local sub-offices. A mine-clearance team from an international contractor had completed its sweep of a 1.1-kilometre stretch of the busy road from Juba to Nimule, on the Ugandan border, clearing mines and UXO from a strip of land that measured 13 metres to either side of the centre of the road.Once Mr. Fantham had verified that the boundaries of the cleared area were clearly marked, it would be added to information management maps, and road construction crews would be able to operate their equipment on the road-side and perform needed repairs to the road itself. Mr. Fantham called colleagues at the UN Mine Action Office, part of UNMAS, located in the UNMIS compound in Juba, and calmly relayed a few key points of information.First, there had been an accident at the mine-clearance site about 65 kilometres south of Juba. Second, he was in a vehicle that would need to be waved past the security gates at the compound without interference or delay. And lastly, Mr. Fantham said the Bangladeshi military hospital supporting UNMIS, and also located in the compound, needed to know that a landmine accident involving a traumatic amputation of the lower leg was on its way in.Despite the end of Sudan’s civil war in 2005 and ensuing reconciliation efforts, it is still among the most heavily mined nations on Earth, with landmines and other unexploded ordinance (UXO) left behind after decades of conflict posing a tremendous threat to the safety of the Sudanese people.With an annual budget of $70 million and the second largest mine action programme in the world, the UN Mine Action Office co-ordinates and oversees all mine action activities in Sudan. Between 2002 and September 2010, it managed the clearance of more than 27,000 mines and 890,000 UXO, opening 43,000 kilometres of roads and releasing 64 million square metres of land. Accompanied by his assistant, a Sudanese national, and a member of a mine-clearance team belonging to a non-governmental organization, Mr. Fantham was walking through bush beside the road when he stepped on a mine that had been missed during previous clearance.He heard a loud bang and then found himself sitting on the ground, his right foot gone and what remained of his ankle hanging by a scrap of flesh.Looking back, Mr. Fantham recalls the injury bleeding surprisingly little and not being particularly painful at the time – he bound his ankle and thigh with shirts and had his companions rush him on the high-speed trip to Juba. An hour later, they pulled up to the UNMIS hospital doors. The next thing the New Zealander remembers is waking up hours later, the ruin of his leg now a clean stump ending at mid-shin.All things considered, Mr. Fantham, a 23-year veteran of the New Zealand Army, considers himself lucky. Because he had been able to obtain expert medical attention at the hospital operated by peacekeepers from UNMIS’ Bangladeshi contingent, the injury was not life-threatening – unlike the situation for most Sudanese nationals in rural areas, where hospital care is almost unheard of. Had Mr. Fantham been alone in the bush, his story would have ended very differently.Within two weeks of the accident, he returned to his family’s home in Brisbane, Australia, for a five-month recovery – after which, fitted with a shiny new prosthetic leg, he returned to his job in Sudan. “Never hesitated for one second – I said that to myself the next day in hospital in Nairobi, that I wanted to return to Sudan; the office said they wanted me back and once my wife and family got over the initial shock, they knew I was focused on getting a new leg and getting back,” Mr. Fantham said. “The hardest thing was being patient enough and letting the leg heal – once I got the second prosthetic on at five months I knew I was away!”Mr. Fantham acknowledges that some would express surprise that he would return to the job that cost him his foot and lower leg, especially those closest to him.“Typically, my wife’s reaction was along the lines if ‘Go on then, go back and blow your otherleg off! Crazy bas***d!’ and said with a smile on her face,” Mr. Fantham said. “But it was my motivation every day: ‘When can I go back to work? When can I go back to work?’”He readily admits though that his family’s support is crucial to the work he does. After leaving the New Zealand armed forces, Mr. Fantham spent six years working for a Swiss de-mining non-governmental organization, before joining the UN Mine Action Office in Sudan in mid-2007.“She, my children and friends don’t, or can’t, understand what we do here in Sudan,” Mr. Fantham said. “They just know I love what I do, support me in that regard and are happy that I am happy.” From a distance, the vehicle seemed like a white speck on the horizon, bouncing along – at great speed – the rough, unfinished roads of South Sudan, still about a half-hour south of the compound belonging to the United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS), in the capital, Juba.When it hit bumps in the rough road, the 4WD bounced into the air a little, prompting groans of pain from the big man stretched out across the back seats.That man, Stephen Fantham, had good reason to be groaning – the UN de-miner had just had his right foot and ankle blown off by a land-mine.Less than an hour before, while going about his work for the Sudan office of the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) – the UN operation spearheading the response to the problem of landmines and explosive remnants of war – those limbs had been destroyed by an anti-personnel landmine, missed by a mine-clearance team. But despite the shock of what had just happened, Mr. Fanthan’s focus was firmly set on dealing with the life-and-death situation he now found himself in.While trying hard to keep his right leg elevated in the back of the vehicle, he checked his cell-phone again and was delighted to see that he finally had a connectivity signal – as sometimes happens due to atmospheric conditions in the area, neither the satellite phone nor the dedicated radio in the car had a signal, preventing calls being made from them. read more

The canal network in Colombo is to be used for passenger transport, the Government announced today.The 43km long Colombo canal network is maintained by the Sri Lanka Land Reclamation and Development Corporation. The Government said that cabinet also approved the introduction of commercial activities such as floating markets along the canals. (Colombo Gazette) Accordingly, a proposal made by the Minister of Megapolis and Western Development Patali Champika Ranawaka to implement a project for the introduction of a transportation scheme using canals, and water based recreational activities using boats was approved by the cabinet. Cabinet has been told that utilising the canal network for transportation of passengers and goods after several years would result in minimising traffic congestion in the city and promoting the tourism industry. read more

Nitin Desai, Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, told a press briefing at UN Headquarters in New York on Wednesday that next month’s Second World Assembly on Ageing in Madrid, Spain, would take place amid far greater recognition of the importance of this issue compared to the first such Assembly in 1982. Mr. Desai said that he also expected a greater focus during the Assembly on the problems of the developing countries. In contrast to the developed world, where adjustments in the economy, health care, housing and social relations to demographic changes took place over the last 100 years, the developing world will have to learn to cope with the same transformations in just the next 25 years with far less resources.The Assembly’s outcome would look at the problems not in isolation, but as part of an effort to build a “society for all ages,” he stressed, adding that during preparatory negotiations, a lot of attention had been paid to issues of older persons and development, health and well-being in old age, among other things. The crosscutting issues of human rights, gender and poverty also have played a role.While there was 80 per cent agreement on the outcome text, which was still being negotiated, Mr. Desai said the remaining 20 per cent concerned some issues of financing and funding, as well as health care for older persons and human rights.Joining Mr. Desai at the briefing was Ambassador Milos Alcalay of Venezuela, who pointed out that ageing was also part of the development agenda for which the just concluded International Conference on Financing for Development in Monterrey, Mexico, had been the starting point.Speaking on behalf of the “Group of 77” developing countries and China, Ambassador Alcalay said that the problem for developing countries was that increasing longevity meant that people lived longer in poverty, a situation that had not previously existed. The Group of 77 was very optimistic, he said, that solutions could be found during the remaining negotiations, even if they had to continue during the Assembly, which will take place from 8 to 12 April. read more

CHARLESTON, Ill. — John Konchar had 16 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists and Purdue Fort Wayne tied a program record with 21 3-pointers in a 104-60 victory over Eastern Illinois on Wednesday night.It matched the 21 3s made against Olivet on Jan. 9, 2017, but Wednesday’s performance was the best against a Division I opponent, passing the 20 against Oral Roberts on Dec. 31, 2016.Jarred Godfrey also scored 16 points for Purdue Fort Wayne (5-4). Matt Holba made a team-high five 3-pointers and Godfrey, Marcus DeBerry, Kason Harrell, Dee Montgomery and Matt Weir each hit three from distance. Nine of the 11 Mastodon players attempted a 3-pointer as the team shot 57 per cent from long range.A 16-2 run turned a 26-25 Mastodon deficit into a 13-point advantage and they put the game away with 12 3-pointers in the second half.Rade Kukobat scored 12 points for Eastern Illinois (3-4), and Ben Harvey added 11.The Associated Press read more

first_imgTwo crowd funding pages to help the two families with their costs have raised more than £40,000 in less than 24 hours. The close friends attended the concert together Eilidh’s father, Roddy, rushed to Manchester to search for their daughter after the attack. Her mother was already in the city after travelling with the girls from Barra.They have now released a statement confirming the heartbreaking news.They said: “Our family is devastated and words cannot express how we feel at losing our darling Eilidh.”Eilidh was vivacious and full of fun. She loved all music whether it was listening to Ariana or playing the bagpipes with her pipe band.”As a family we would like to express our thanks and gratitude for the support and kind messages we have received at this difficult time.”Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s First Minister, said it was heartbreaking news and her thoughts were with Eilidh’s family. “She was doing well in competitions, she certainly had it. She was coming on fantastically, I was so proud of her.“She was popular, she was a fantastic girl, the girl was brilliant. I am just gutted, it is just terrible. It is a big, big loss. It has shattered my life. Everybody on the island knows the family, a beautiful family.” A “vivacious” teenager from the picturesque Scottish island of Barra has been confirmed dead by her parents.Eilidh MacLeod, 14, was killed in the blast at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester on Monday evening, which she attended with her close friend Laura MacIntyre, 15, who was located in hospital nearly 20 hours after the incident.Ms MacIntyre’s parents have said in a statement that their daughter is in a critical condition.They said: “Our daughter Laura is a funny and witty young girl who excels at everything she does.”Laura and her friend Eilidh were so looking forward to the concert, but the night has now ended in a tragedy where Eilidh has now lost her life and Laura is in a critical condition. Bishop Brian McGee, Bishop of Argyll and the Isles, who visited members of both families on the island, said it was a “time of terrible anguish”.He added: “Spending time with the relatives of both girls was a reminder of the human cost of acts of terror. Such acts leave families broken, lives scarred and innocence destroyed, my thoughts and prayers are with the families at this traumatic time.”The local priest, Fr John Paul MacKinnon, said a dark cloud had descended over an island of “close bonds and deep faith”, adding: “The ripples of pain spreading out from the terrible events in Manchester on Monday night are amplified here in such a small community.” Friends of the schoolgirl paid tribute on social media. One tweeted, “Rest easy my angel you were one of a kind,” and added that she had “never felt so disgusted by this cruel world”.Donald Patrick Nicholson, 76, Eilidh’s piping teacher, said her untimely death had “shattered” his life.He told The Daily Telegraph: “She was a brilliant wee piper. She played with the school and I taught her myself. She started at a young age and she took to it brilliantly. Angus MacNeil, the Western Isles SNP candidate and a friend of both families, said the small Hebridean island, with a population of just over 1,000, was “heartbroken beyond belief”.”We were numb before and we are even number now,” he added. “It is just hard to take in.”It’s very difficult to process and to understand and to find reasoning for it. If people here don’t have children the age of Laura and Eilidh they’ll certainly know their families.“They are feeling the pain of the families. This does seem a very different place to the world of international terrorism on the news.”He revealed that Laura was sedated and had undergone a number of successful procedures in hospital and was responding well. But he added that she had “some horrible injuries” and would be in hospital for some time The close friends attended the concert together This is heartbreaking news. My thoughts are with Eilidh’s mum and dad, and all of her family and friends.— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) May 25, 2017 Eilidh’s mother Marion was due to meet the girls outside the arena. She mounted a frantic search of hotels and hospitals and was asked by police for detailed descriptions of the girls’ clothing in a bid to help locate them.As her husband, and Laura’s parents, Michael and Margaret, arranged to fly to Manchester, islanders in the close-knit community feared the worst. The girls come from a largely Gaelic-speaking community where serious crime is virtually unknown and were at the concert as a special treat for Eilidh’s birthday. A relative said it was also a reward for their efforts at the island’s 170-pupil community school. “Our hearts and minds have been with Eilidh’s family since we heard their news.”We want to thank everyone for their support including the emergency services for all that they have done and continue to do.”We know Laura is in the best possible place and receiving the best care she can.”Laura is strong-willed and a fighter, and while she continues this battle we ask that all media respect our privacy at this extremely difficult time”. 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.last_img read more

first_imgThere’s an interesting article today on Samsung’s official global blog that outlines the security measures the electronics giant put in place to keep the Android-powered Galaxy S3 a secret.Despite its obvious marketing bent, the post outlines a process in which the developers working on the project had to conform to rigid policies that seem a bit over-the-top. But a company doesn’t get to be one of the leading mobile manufacturers in the world without some cloak and dagger.Besides the obvious rules placed on the small R&D team forbidding them to talk about the S3 project to friends and family, Samsung also instituted a no photography policy internally. Different departments within Samsung could not visually show each other parts of the phone. Locked away in a separate key-carded lab, the six men on the project weren’t allowed to even draw any kind of representation of the device. This led to interesting conversations as the engineers would have to describe their problems as best as they could using words and gestures.In addition to the limitations described above, Samsung ordered that there be not one, but three different prototypes of the device in development at all times. The different features of the S3 were spread over these three mock-ups assuring that if one leaked to the press or a competitor that the whole project wouldn’t be compromised.This method of hiding the final design created an incredible time sink as each time the device went through a design change as the engineers had to scramble to make parts for three different hardware configurations. One of the engineers is quoted as saying that the process was “tiring and frustrating.” He was one of the people that had to accompany the prototypes as they were flown by helicopter for testing at different buildings Samsung owns.  Add on the fact that the group had to create dummy boxes to disguise the prototypes for these trips and you can see the engineer’s point.It’s safe to assume that we won’t see Samsung leaving any of its future devices “by accident” in a bar or a gym, and even if they did, it wouldn’t be the real phone anyway.Read more at Samsung’s blog, via The Vergelast_img read more

first_imgiTunes 11 : sortie du nouveau logiciel musical d’AppleApple a sorti hier soir la nouvelle version de son logiciel de musique en ligne et de synchronisation de fichiers multimédia. L’éditeur-constructeur en a profité pour dépoussiérer l’habillage de son programme, et y introduire quelques fonctionnalités supplémentaires.Les dernières rumeurs concernant la sortie du nouvel iTunes disaient donc vrai : la nouvelle mouture du logiciel Apple est sortie hier soir, avec son lot de nouveautés. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Un nouvel habillage déjà, plus léger et plus clair pour l’utilisateur. La création de listes de lectures, ou la recherche de fichiers et d’albums s’en trouvent facilitées. on notera également une présence plus prononcé d’iCloud, que cela soit à l’affichage des titres stockés dans le nuage avec ceux enregistrés sur l’ordinateur, ou comme destination finale d’un achat effectué via le logiciel.iTunes arbore également un nouveau mini lecteur détachable, un onglet “historique” pour retrouver rapidement les morceaux joués dernièrement ou encore une vue étendue de la bibliothèque pour avoir une vue générale et choisir plus aisément ses morceaux.iTunes s’offre donc une véritable cure de jouvence, ce qui n’était pas forcément du luxe pour un logiciel ayant plus de dix ans !Il est disponible sur cette page pour sa version Windows ou Mac OS à cet endroit.Le 30 novembre 2012 à 16:54 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

first_img Education Minister touts new ICT platform for Public Schools Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 29 Jun 2015 – A lunch meeting held recently welcomed hospitality icon and namesake of the J.W. Marriott brand; J. W. Marriott Jr. who not only offered reassurances about his hotel brand but advice on how to establish and keep a successful operation going. It was a vote of confidence obviously being shown by the Marriott Family in the developers of the property to come for Provo; Desarollos Hotelco and Walter Stipa, its President& CEO which had a few months ago been named in a civil law suit; one which TCIG believes will not impact the development. The session, which was held at the Office of the Premier in Providenciales, gave developers an opportunity to introduce to the Turks and Caicos Islands Government to the brand values of Marriott International Inc. and the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company. It was shared that Mr. Marriott offered success stories of his global lodging company which carries 19 brands across 4,200 properties in 80 countries and territories with 365,000 employees world-wide. Marriott said they credit the success largely to the people whom they employ, “If you invest in your people and treat them right, they will treat your guests right.” There were a lot of dignitaries at the meeting, with an introduction by the Governor Peter Beckingham and attendance by TCI Government Ministers including Premier Rufus Ewing, Deputy Premier Akierra Missick, Tourism Minister Porsha Smith, Finance Minister Washington Misick, Attorney General Rhondalee Knowles and Government Support Services Minister, George Lightbourne. Joining Mr. Marriott from the Caribbean and Latin American arm of Marriott International Inc. were the President, Tim Sheldon; Brenda Durham who is the Regional General Counsel and Catherine Leitner, Area Director of Public Relations for both the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company and Marriott International Inc. Construction of the $224 million dollar European plan style Ritz-Carlton Hotel Resort, Casino and Spa in Provo will begin in November. Recommended for you Education Minister tours schools this week Related Items:akierra missick, construction, george lightbourne, j. w. marriot, Portia smith, premier rufus ewing, rhondalee knowles, ritz carlton, visit, Walter Gardiner, washington misick Ministry of Education introduces pilot program Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

first_imgMeghan MarkleGetty ImagesMeghan Markle’s independence and commoner behaviour maybe worrying a few Royals. Reportedly Meghan Markle chose her own design for her royal coat of arms when she became Duchess of Sussex – but an expert claimed its symbolism could be “worrying the older royals.”Apparently, Just after her marriage, Kensington Palace revealed the Duchess of Sussex’s personal coat of arms, which Meghan worked on alongside the College of Arms herself. According to the conversation on between royal correspondent Ann Gripper and body language expert Judi James on the Podcast “Pod Save the Queen”, the panel discussed the personal coat of arms and some of its symbolism which may “worry” the older generation of royals.Apparently, the Duchess’ sits alongside Prince Harry’s and features a blue background for the Pacific Ocean, golden rays of sunshine, golden Californian poppies, and wintersweet which represents Kensington Palace. The coat of arms apparently also shows three quills, which represent communication and the power of words, and a supporter songbird with wings elevated as if flying and an open beak.Ms James said: “I’m just wondering whether a lot of the symbolism won’t actually be worrying the older royals.”Those three quills – the one thing they don’t like very much is being written about, when it’s somebody saying the wrong thing.”She added: “Also I think they’re used to new royal brides who keep slightly quiet, at least for a few months, possibly a couple of years.”We saw with Meghan, she hit the ground running and she’s the most eloquent member of all of that age group of royals.  Meghan MarkleGetty Images”Which is fantastic – but she’s reasonably spontaneous with that.”She continued: “I think the songbird – is there a little bit of a threat there?”If anything goes wrong in the marriage, she’s going to sing like a canary and tell everyone what’s going on in the royal family?”I’m sure that won’t happen, but like everything about Meghan there’s such a strong message there, such a personal message.”I think we’re hearing from her that she won’t be held back.”She concluded: “It’ll be interesting to see if anyone tries to hold her back a little bit and make her more regal.”Meghan Markle has been under a lot of media scrutiny since she joined the Royal family and she has been quite vocal about her feminism as well. It seems like the Royals may have a problem with a member of the Royal family being so transparent with the commoners.Well, we for one can get behind a vocal Duchess, who doesn’t hide behind the secrecy mof the Royal Family. You go girl.last_img read more

first_imgTennis champion Andre Agassi joined Rocketship Education and Woodland Terrace community members to celebrate the opening of the first Rocketship Education school on the East Coast. Rocketship Rise, developed by the Turner-Agassi Charter School Facilities Fund, is located in Ward 8’s Woodland Terrace neighborhood, and has been championed as a model community-education platform, where parents interview prospective instructors and work closely with administrators to ensure academic success.Tennis star Andre Agassi (right), takes questions from 2nd graders at Rocketship Rise. (Photo by Shantella Y. Sherman)Rocketship, a California-based charter operator that opened its first elementary school in 2007, gained national attention with its initial strong test scores and blended-learning approach — mixing traditional teaching with online and computer-assisted instruction — which has kept administrative costs low.Jacque Patterson, Rocketship’s regional director, said the charter hopes to operate more like a neighborhood school than the District’s other charters. The school is required to accept applications from any D.C. child who wishes to apply, but Rocketship is focusing on recruiting students from the Ward 8 neighborhoods.Patterson explained to the AFRO how inclusion of family members, especially grandparents who serve as head of households, has helped transition students into an educational environment bracketed on all sides by trained caregivers. “The inclusion of parents and extended family – including grandparents and aunts and uncles who are a part of the household – in the educational goals of our students allows educators to address the very specific needs of each child,” Patterson told the AFRO. “When all adults are invested, the students tend to naturally develop a love of learning. They feel secure asking questions and participating fully.”Rocketship Rise parents Alleans McQueen, Ericka Wilson, Takisha Butler, office manager-administrator Saymah Nah, Danielle Mitchell, Tyrita Simmons, and Jackie Hopkins posed for pictures while discussing the ‘new math’ dilemma, during the ribbon cutting. (Photo by Shantella Y. Sherman)Patterson said this was especially helpful when addressing the needs of grand families whose members may not be as well-versed or familiar with new methods of learning.“We have many households that do not have computers or internet access, so we established a special space in the school just for parents to come, utilize computers and internet, have meetings, and familiarize themselves with certain technology,” Patterson said. “In addition, we developed a program where parents and grandparents can earn their GED – now called a state diploma – so they are better able to assist their kids and grandkids.”Saymah Nah, Rocketship’s office manager-administrator told the AFRO that the parental engagement remains a strong selling point to parents who want more than a state-of-the-art facility. “From the naming of the school to the hiring of school meal vendors, teachers, and administrators, the parents have had a voice. It was explained very early on that this is not a space that ‘empowers’ parents because they already have the power,” Nah told the AFRO. “Our job is to help them use that power to advocate for their children.”The brand-new 58,600-square-foot building will serve 758 students in pre-k through 5th grade at maturity. [WHEN WILL THE SCHOOL BEGIN ACCEPTING STUDENTS?] The campus includes 26 classrooms, three special education classrooms, a learning lab, two cafeterias, a gymnasium, nurse’s suite, multi-use agora space, two playgrounds, and a nature trail. The state-of-the-art facility is certified LEED Platinum.“Excellent education beginning at the elementary school level is critical to continued success in college and in life,” said Andre Agassi, the fund’s co-managing partner and CEO of Agassi Ventures. “This state-of-the-art facility and new permanent home of Rocketship Rise Academy will make a real difference to the historically underserved young people in the Woodland Terrace community and become a beacon in this community.”last_img read more

first_imgMicha Green, AFRO Washington, D.C. Editor, mgreen@afro.comDistrict of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser and the D.C. Department of Behavioral Health announced the launch of “LIVE. LONG. DC.,” the strategic plan to address misuse, addiction and deaths related to opioid abuse by 2020.In 2016, the nation’s capital had one of the highest rates in the country for opioid related deaths according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.  With 209 people dying of opioid-related deaths in 2016 in the District, the rate was 30 deaths per every 100,000 persons- higher than the national rate of 13.3 deaths per 100,000 persons.LIVE. LONG. D.C. was created to reduce the District’s opioid crisis. (Courtesy Photo)Considering such high numbers, D.C. is kicking into high gear to minimize opioid-abuse related issues and tragedies.  LIVE. LONG. DC. was launched with hopes to reduce opioid related deaths by 50 percent by 2020.“This plan outlines how District agencies will work with our public and community partners to tackle D.C.’s opioid epidemic,” Mayor Bowser said in a statement.Bowser noted that LIVE. LONG. D.C. addresses the crisis as it specifically relates to the District and its residents.“We know that the opioid epidemic in our city looks different than how the epidemic is talked about nationwide,” she said. “This plan was created in response to the specific needs of our community and focuses our resources on increasing awareness and prevention, enhancing treatment offerings and strengthening recovery supports.”LIVE. LONG. DC. was created by a public-private working group of more than 40 stakeholders.  According to the statement from the mayor’s office, as the working group developed ideas for LIVE. LONG. DC., certain plans began to be immediately implemented.The plans are surrounding prevention, education, engagement, awareness, support and developing health, criminal justice plans and law plans. Below are the seven goals outlined, according to the mayor’s office:“Goal 1: Reduce legislative and regulatory barriers to create a comprehensive surveillance and response that supports sustainable solutions to emerging trends in substance use disorder, opioid-related overdoses, and opioid-related fatalities.Goal 2:Educate District residents and key stakeholders on the risks of opioid use disorders and effective prevention and treatment options.Goal 3:Engage health professionals and organizations in the prevention and early intervention of substance use disorder among District residents.Goal 4:Support the awareness and availability of, and access to, harm reduction services in Washington, D.C.Goal 5:Ensure equitable and timely access to high-quality substance use disorder treatment and recovery support services.Goal 6:Develop and implement a shared vision between Washington, D.C.’s justice and public health agencies to address the needs of individuals who come in contact with the criminal justice system to develop a culture of empathy for residents and their families.Goal 7:Develop effective law enforcement strategies that reduce the supply of illegal opioids in Washington, D.C.”District officials are confident that the plan will improve the District’s opioid crisis.“By employing evidence-based strategies and promising practices, LIVE. LONG. DC. will serve as the roadmap for us to enhance the work that we all do to create prevention, treatment and recovery strategies that reduce opioid use disorder in the District,” Dr. LaQuandra Nesbitt, interim director of the D.C. Department of Behavioral Health said. “We have been consistent in making progress and this brings us closer to meeting our goal.”Much of the plan will be funded through a $21 million grant from the State Opioid Resource (SOR), which will be disbursed over one year from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).  The District will also receive another $21 million through the grant through the next federal fiscal year with a total of $42 million over two years.The SOR grant is allotted to, “increase access to medication-assisted treatment, which combines behavioral therapy and medications to treat opioid use disorders; reduce unmet treatment needs; and lower opioid overdose related deaths through the provision of prevention, treatment, and recovery activities, including for heroin, illicit fentanyl and fentanyl analogs, and prescription opioids,” according to the mayor’s office.In addition to SOR funds, federal grants will be utilized to support LIVE. LONG. DC.The Prescription Drug Overdose: Date-Drive Prevention Initiative (DDPI), a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) grant will be used to benefit D.C.’s ability to expand community prevention programs as well as data collection and analysis surrounding opioid misuse, abuse and death.   Furthermore, the CDC sourced Public Health Crisis NOFO grant affords $3.7 million to improve the District’s ability to respond to extraordinary increases in opioid overdoses and strengthen “surveillance and prevention efforts,” the statement explains.Overall, LIVE. LONG. DC. was created to enhance existing interagency work with the District government to reduce opioid misuse and inform residents about potential risks and treatment.last_img read more

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Don Shooter shows health improvement Fernandez credits her late husband with fostering a model of social inclusion that has reduced extreme poverty, but critics see the Kirchners as serial abusers of power, autocrats whose demagogic populism has enfeebled the country’s institutions.Many right-wing Peronists have slammed the Kirchners’ center-left model, but Fernandez is now also getting heat from the left, led by trade unionists who say she is not sharing enough of Argentina’s remaining wealth with them.And by using central bank reserves to fund social programs rather than make debt payments, Argentina has found itself increasingly isolated from the rest of the world, Fraga said.Bacman, who directs the Center for Public Opinion in Buenos Aires, said it’s still too early to put Kirchner alongside Peron, who died in 1974.Peron formed a movement that made working-class people feel represented as he modernized Argentina in the 1940s and 1950s, pushing through worker-friendly laws, giving women the right to vote and fostering a post-war economic boom, Bacman recalled.Kirchner’s defining success was to re-establish presidential power after a profound economic and political crisis, when 50 percent of the people were impoverished and “throw them all out” was the theme of raucous pot-banging protests. How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation Fernandez still seeks strength in her late husband’s reflected glory, promoting his legacy in speech after pointed speech.“He might have been cross-eyed but he could see much better than people who had contact lenses and many other things, and what he didn’t see he could intuit, with this emotional intelligence that God gave him,” Fernandez said Friday.The documentary’s director, Paula de Luque, is an unapologetic Kirchner fan who also recently directed a drama based on the Perons’ relationship called “Juan y Eva,” which won Best Film and Best Director at last month’s Bogota Film Festival.De Luque was recruited by producers Fernando Navarro, a ruling party lawmaker in Buenos Aires province, and Jorge Devoto, who said they were inspired by the massive outpouring of sympathy unleashed by Kirchner’s death.The two men launched an Internet site asking people to contribute any images of Kirchner for the film, and received thousands. The documentary combines these with video fragments and personal testimonies, and music by Oscar-winning Argentine composer Gustavo Santaolalla.The result includes some of Kirchner’s most symbolic acts as president, such as when he paid off Argentina’s International Monetary Fund debt in an effort to operate without IMF scrutiny, and when he stared down George W. Bush at the 2005 Summit of the Americas and helped kill the U.S. president’s free-trade proposals. It also shows when Kirchner had the military take dictator Jorge Rafael Videla’s picture down from a place of honor in his campaign to revive human rights trials.The film doesn’t criticize Kirchner in any way.It doesn’t include, for example, accusations by his former political allies that he enriched himself with $535 million in oil royalties while he was governor of the southern Santa Cruz province. Kirchner moved it into overseas accounts in the 1990s, keeping it safe there from Argentina’s roller-coaster economy. Critics said he never fully accounted for the cash, but supporters praised this ability to outmaneuver enemies as an important aspect of the Kirchners’ rule.De Luque acknowledged she had no intention of making an objective documentary.“I’m not neutral,” de Luque said. “I’m not a journalist or neutral historian. It is a controversial movie, but that’s okay. This is how democracy works.”But she said she didn’t want to make a puff-piece, either.“I didn’t want a movie that promotes only one view … I’ve got enough cinematic ethics to know that my job was not to make a film just for my people, but to make it universal enough to be seen by people with other views,” de Luque added. Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Top Stories “Kirchner’s historical legacy isn’t settled yet; I think in some ways it depends on what happens with Cristina Fernandez,” Bacman said.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Now Argentines have yet another tool in their mythmaking kit: “Nestor Kirchner, The Movie,” a documentary that has just opened at 120 theaters around the country, an unusually wide distribution equal to that of movies expected to become box-office hits.The movie is also being shown at a film festival in the resort city of Mar del Plata, where Fernandez encouraged the crowd Friday to find strength in her late husband’s legacy.“He came to lift up the Argentines who were humiliated, submerged and forgotten,” the president said, her voice breaking, as it often does, when she talks of “him.” “So if you won’t give up, I won’t either.”The movie, like Fernandez’ political discourse, is aimed at more than just rallying supporters for a president whose ratings have slipped. Analyst Roberto Bacman said Fernandez is claiming a place for herself and her husband on the same pedestal where the Perons still stand as the transformative figures of modern Argentina.For most Argentines, “Kirchner is not Peron,” said analyst Rosendo Fraga, who directs the Center for the New Majority think tank in Buenos Aires. “Kirchner is being used to undo Peron,” he said. Comments   Share   Sponsored Stories Peron left his mark on every aspect of Argentine politics during three presidential terms. With his charismatic wife, he built a movement that united even extremists on the left and right into a grand project so dysfunctional that even today the various branches of the Peronist party include politicians who wouldn’t be caught dead sharing a photo-op together.“Peronism has a tendency to find myths, figures of great force; It is a characteristic of populism. Kirchner also made a strong mark as president and after his death his figure grew,” Bacman noted.Kirchner was unquestionably popular during his 2003-2007 mandate, presiding over the early years of an extended recovery from Argentina’s disastrous 2001 economic crisis, and reasserting his nation’s place in the world. But his approval ratings soared after his sudden death of a heart attack in October 2010 at the age of 60.“In Argentina, death has a greater social significance than in the rest of the world,” said Fraga, recalling how the death of Evita Peron at the age of 33 prompted massive outpourings of grief in 1952.Fernandez’s standing also shot up in the polls after her husband’s death. She has only worn black since she was widowed, and was re-elected with 54 percent of the votes a year later. But her support has dropped steadily since. 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