OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to shuffle his cabinet today to account for the sudden resignation of Nova Scotia MP Scott Brison from his post as Treasury Board president.The shuffle is expected to be a small one, affecting as few cabinet ministers as possible just months ahead of the fall federal election.Insiders confirm that Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott will take over for Brison, and Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O’Regan is also on the move.He has cancelled an event that was set to take place today in his home province of Newfoundland and Labrador.The prime minister also must elevate a legislator from Nova Scotia to cabinet to make up for the void Brison leaves.Political observers have speculated that person will likely be either Sean Fraser or Bernadette Jordan — possibly taking over for O’Regan at Veterans Affairs.The Canadian Press
Over the past 18 months Animal Defenders International (ADI) has assisted the Government of Peru with enforcement of their national ban on wild animal circuses and illegal wildlife.Over 100 animals have been saved from entertainment and the illegal wildlife trade including lions, bears, a tiger, mountain lion, birds and dozens of monkeys.Next month, ADI will charter a huge cargo aircraft and fly 33 ex-circus lions – 24 from Peru and 9 from Colombia – home to Africa. The lions have led such tragic lives that it is not possible to release them into the wild; almost all have suffered from having their front toes cut off to remove their claws and many have had their teeth smashed. The lions will be taken care of for life at Emoya Big Cat Sanctuary in South Africa.The airlift, the biggest of its kind ever, will cost $10,000 for each lion and ADI is calling for sponsorship for each of the 33 lions. Meet the lions here.James Bond actor Roger Moore has urged people to contribute to the fund, model Twiggy has donated and US TV legend Bob Barker’s DJ&T Foundation helped kick-start the search and rescue mission with a contribution.California’s Oakland Zoo, which has long campaigned against wild animals in circuses, has immediately pledged $10,000 for one lion’s airfare and hopes to raise enough in the Bay Area to help more lions.Colleen Kinzley, Director of Animal Care, Conservation & Research at Oakland Zoo said “We are so excited to support ADI in the transport of thirty-three rescued lions to sanctuary in Africa. Having spent their lives in terrible captive conditions, forced to perform, abused, and neglected they will finally have the opportunity to live out their lives with peace and dignity. Please donate whatever you can to help transport these majestic animals to their forever home.”Facebook Group Lion Lovers has also raised the airfare to get a lion home.Diane Miller, from Florida who runs Facebook Group Lion Lovers: “I started my own Facebook group Lion Lovers several years ago, my love for lions started by watching BBC’s Big Cat Diary and following the lions of the Maasai Mara. I had raised $1,000 for the Global March for Lions and was asked if I could raise funds for the ADI lions and I said I would give it a go never dreaming we would raise $26,000!”Lion Lovers 7,500 members followed each rescue and kept donating as each lion was rescued. The group shares stunning images of wild lions and over a dozen top wildlife photographers offered images for auction to help the battered Peruvian and Colombian lions home. The group adopted a male called Rey rescued with five other lions from a circus in the historic Andean town of Cuzco.Diane: “I actually flew to Peru in October and got to meet Jan and the ADI crew, and all the lions including Rey. It was an amazing experience, one I will never forget. So proud to be associated with this amazing organization, they are focused and get the job done!”ADI President Jan Creamer said, “After such sad, desperate lives, these lions deserve to live in peace under the African sun. It is a huge challenge, so we need all the support we can get – each lion’s ticket is $10,000 so there is room for everyone to pitch in and help get a lion home.”Two crowdfunding sites have taken up the cause this week:LoveAnimals.org has so far raised $500 of a $33,000 target towards the lion flightThe Animal Rescue Site on GreaterGood.com is seeking to raise $10,000 to fly one of the oldest lions called Leo the 6,900 miles from Peru to Africa – a donation of $7.25 gets Leo another 5 miles closer.ADI also has a range of sponsorship options available. A donation of $10,000 to cover a lion’s full airfare will be acknowledged with placement of 10 large logos (or a name or message) on a lion’s travel crate. For $100 someone can sign up for the “People’s Lion Ticket” and have their name alongside 99 others on a travel crate.Jan Creamer: “This is a way for people to show their support and be involved in this historic animal rescue. A dream ending is in sight for these lions and with every donation they are a step closer to a life back in the African bush where they belong.
ADCOLOR, the premier organization celebrating and promoting professionals of color and diversity in the creative industries, will return to Los Angeles with their 11th Annual ADCOLOR Awards at The Loews Hotel Hollywood Hotel on Tuesday, September 19.The event will be hosted by Aisha Tyler, honorees include All-Star Award recipient Jesse Williams (Actor & Activist), Advocate Award recipient Wilson Cruz (“13 Reasons Why” Star and Activist), Catalyst Award recipient Elaine Welteroth (Editor-in-Chief of Teen Vogue), presenters include Lena Waithe (Actress, “Master of None), Laz Alonso (Actor, “The Mysteries of Laura”), Janet Mock (Author, “Surpassing Certainty”), with ADCOLOR Founder & President Tiffany R. Warren, and more.The ADCOLOR Award Nominees and Honorees are carefully selected from a large population of diverse influencers across the creative industries. The finalists are chosen by the individual’s representation of ADCOLOR’s motto, “Rise Up and Reach Back”. Those honored not only excel in their own careers, but also give back to the community and support their peers. Their goal is to create a network of diverse professionals to encourage and celebrate one another. Please click here for a list of all honorees and nominees.The event is generously presented Omnicom Group and GSD&M, with Diamond Sponsors ADWEEK, Apple, DIAGEO, Google and YouTube, and OATH: A Verizon Company; Platinum Sponsors Apple Music, Bing Ads, DAS Group of Companies, Edelman, and Facebook; Gold Sponors Squeaky and Wieden+Kennedy; Silver Sponsors 72andSunny, BBDO, BET, DigitasLBI, Pandora, and Twitter; Supporting Sponsors Anomaly, Beats by Dr. Dre, Bloomberg, CBS Entertainment Diversity, DDB Worldwide, Ogilvy, OmnicomMediaGroup, OWN, Publicis Groupe, Spotify, TBWA\, and TBWA\Media Arts Lab; Table Sponsors Deutsch, GTB, HBO, IPG, Neustar, and Procter & Gamble.WHEN: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 Media Check-In – 5:00 PMRed Carpet/Cocktail Reception – 5:30 PMAwards Presentation/Dinner – 7:00 PMWHERE: The Loews Hollywood Hotel1755 N Highland Ave.Los Angeles, CA 90028
The Jackfish camp will be located roughly midway between Chetwynd and Fort St. John, while the Haystack camp will be located near the Halfway River upstream of the Halfway River First Nation.On average, the camps will house an average of 424 and 383 workers respectively, and TransCanada anticipates that no more than 600 workers will be housed in the camps at any given time.TransCanada says that construction on the pipeline’s 182-kilometre Aitken Creek section will be finished in the third quarter of next year, with the rest of the project forecasted to be finished and in service by the Spring of 2020. 1Trans Canada Presentation2Proposed Northeast Oil and Gas Advisory Group●●Trans Canada PresentationProposed Northeast Oil and Gas Advisory Group●●Trans Canada PresentationProposed Northeast Oil and Gas Advisory Group DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Officials with TransCanada Corp. say that construction on the North Montney Mainline natural gas pipeline is anticipated to start some time next month.In a presentation to the Peace River Regional District Board last week, Catie Underhill with TransCanada’s Community Relations Department said that the company anticipates that the initial phase of construction on the project will start in mid- to late August.TransCanada began engaging with stakeholders and area residents about the project back in 2011 and received approval for the originally 300-kilometre long pipeline from the National Energy Board in 2015. To watch the full presentation, scroll to 58 minutes into the video above.The pipeline was originally proposed to supply natural gas to Petronas’ proposed Pacific NorthWest LNG project near Prince Rupert, but the Malaysian state-owned energy company scuppered those plans last July.Last year, TransCanada filed a variance application and shortened the proposed pipeline to 206 kilometres with the NEB, since the company felt that there was still a need for the pipeline despite the cancelling of Pacific NorthWest LNG. The Governor in Council granted approval for the project earlier this month.Underhill said that after construction starts later this year, there will be between 1,400 and 1,800 workers employed in building the pipeline during the peak of construction, which works out to up to 600 workers per spread.She said that TransCanada’s contractors for the project have stated that they will want to use local accommodations and will be putting an emphasis on hiring locally.For workers from out of the area, TransCanada says it will be getting two accommodation camps built, which is fewer than originally proposed.
NEW YORK — Just a week after announcing its $1.4 billion acquisition of Gannett , GateHouse Media was again laying off journalists and other workers at its newspapers, possibly foreshadowing the future awaiting employees of what will become the largest U.S. newspaper company.GateHouse and Gannett say the merger will allow GateHouse to accelerate its newspapers’ move to digital while paying down huge sums GateHouse borrowed in order to fund the acquisition. But it’s unclear exactly how it will make that happen.Last week, more than two dozen newsroom employees and other workers were reportedly laid off at 10 newspapers, from Providence, Rhode Island, to Brockton, Massachusetts, to Oklahoma City. The Associated Press confirmed several of these layoffs with the affected employees, others in their newsrooms or union representatives. GateHouse did not announce the workforce reductions, and neither the company nor its owner, New Media, had any comment for this story.Gannett also declined to comment, but pointed to previous public statements by New Media CEO Mike Reed in which he said the merged company would “not only preserve but actually enhance quality journalism.”The latest layoffs may not be directly related to the merger. GateHouse also reportedly laid off dozens of employees in May and this winter. Its earnings reports show that revenue is declining when the impact of acquisitions is stripped out.Further newsroom cuts show that “GateHouse doesn’t have a vision for growing revenue, only cutting costs,” charged Andrew Pantazi, a reporter at the Florida Times-Union, a GateHouse paper in Jacksonville, Florida, and the head of a union chapter there. “Eventually they’ll run out of costs to cut.”Many in the newsrooms and the communities that depend on those newspapers are mourning the changes wrought by previous GateHouse cuts and bracing for more. Others, noting that both readers and advertisers have been deserting newspapers for more than a decade, argue that being part of a larger chain is the only route to survival for smaller papers often still struggling to migrate their publications online.Over the past decade, GateHouse has closed five daily newspapers and closed or merged dozens of weeklies, according to “The Expanding News Desert ,” a University of North Carolina study on the state of the local news coverage.GateHouse, whose leadership includes current and former Associated Press board members, is trying to reassure employees and investors. It says that bringing together the two companies will lead to about $300 million in annual cost cuts, and promises multiple sources of digital revenue to sustain the combined company and continue its commitment to quality journalism.Some argue that such consolidation is key to saving local journalism, which also competes for people’s attention with TV and Facebook. “They’re ultimately giving support to hundreds of individual publications that wouldn’t have a chance of standing on their own,” said David Chavern, CEO of the news publisher trade group News Media Alliance.But first, GateHouse has to pay down debt, including $1.8 billion borrowed from private equity firm Apollo at a high interest rate to get the Gannett deal done. It has also promised to continue a shareholder dividend and said it expects that to rise.GateHouse has lagged competitors in adapting to a post-print world. Digital business accounts for just 12% of its revenue, compared to 36% for Gannett. Such digital revenue includes online subscriptions and ads on newspaper websites as well as income from separate businesses such as online marketing and productivity tools for small companies.While the company says it will invest in digital, such investments will probably be in the new lines of business, not necessarily in its newsrooms, said Reed Phillips, managing partner at investment bank Oaklins DeSilva + Phillips.“The trendline for newspapers is continuing erosion of revenues,” he said, which will probably lead to additional newsroom cuts.Newsroom staffing at U.S. newspapers has fallen 47% to 38,000 people in 2018 from 72,000 in 2004, according to Pew Research . Circulation has plummeted in tandem. Pew estimates weekday circulation fell almost 48% over the same period to 28.6 million.While a few national publications like the Jeff Bezos-owned Washington Post, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal have successful online operations, the situation is very different at smaller local papers across the country.After GateHouse buys a newspaper, cost cuts typically follow. Functions like page design and copy editing are shifted to remote hubs that handle the work for several newspapers. (Other newspaper chains also have hubs for editing and page design.) Critics say media companies backed by financial firms, like GateHouse, are especially aggressive about closing or selling off newspapers in decline.The Worcester Telegram & Gazette, which has been publishing in Massachusetts’ second-largest city since 1866, has been through four owners in the past decade, including GateHouse, which purchased it in early 2015.Overall, the newsroom has shrunk to 25 reporters, copy editors and photographers from 47 during its four years under GateHouse, said Rick Eggleston, a copy editor and head of the local union. “The mantra at GateHouse is doing more with less.”Having fewer reporters from outside Boston asking questions of state officials “hurts the rest of the state,” said Tim Murray, president of the Worcester chamber of commerce and a former lieutenant governor of the state. “It’s hard to hold people accountable.”Despite the cost-cutting, GateHouse newspapers are striving to engage readers who increasingly get news on their phones. The Cape Cod Times in Hyannis, Massachusetts, and the Columbus Dispatch in Ohio were cited among “10 Newspapers That Do It Right ” by the media trade publication Editor & Publisher, which cited innovative digital projects that have boosted readership.The Cape Cod paper, for example, launched a program that invited readers to submit suggestions for investigative stories. Similarly, The Fayetteville Observer in North Carolina started a new feature that invites readers to answer a topical question it posts each Sunday.But the Observer, acquired by GateHouse in 2016, has struggled. Buyouts followed the acquisition, and this week GateHouse eliminated the job of the newspaper’s publisher, assigning that responsibility to an executive who already oversees four other North Carolina papers.The Cape Cod newspaper, meanwhile, laid off courthouse reporter Wheeler Cowperthwaite last week. Cowperthwaite said GateHouse offered him just $400 in severance – which, had he accepted, would have barred him from applying for work at GateHouse newspapers for two years.He turned it down.Tali Arbel And Alexandra Olson, The Associated Press
A four-legged invader smashed its way into a Port Dover home on Monday afternoon.Norfolk OPP officers responded to Clifford Street shortly after 2 p.m. after receiving a report of a window smashed at the side of the house.The culprit proved to be a female deer that had barricaded itself in a back bedroom, said Norfolk OPP Const. Ed Sanchuk.Police contacted Hobbitstee Wildlife Refuge in Jarvis to assist in rescuing the animal.Once it was out of the house, the deer took off towards a nearby ravine.“We are in no way animal specialists,” Sanchuk said, praising the volunteers from Hobbitstee. “People like that help us to a successful end.”
THE BRIAN O’DRISCOLL ‘One More Year’ campaign team have the summer to regroup at HQ and work on a strategy to get the inspirational talisman to stick around for the 2015 World Cup.The temptation, following an initial period of glee, when O’Driscoll announced his contract extension, was to consult a 2014 calendar. The World Cup takes place in Britain from September 2015. What’s another 15 months between a legend and his fans?Jamie Heaslip, who will captain Leinster against Stade Francais in Friday’s Challenge Cup Final, declared O’Driscoll, for club and country, was a great guy to have around.Heaslip expanded, “He’s fantastic for bringing younger players through, giving them his time and setting a tremendous example in training and how he approaches the game. It’s fantastic to have him around for another year. He just adds another dimension to our game and has a wealth of experience as well.”“You never know,” Heaslip said, “he might go another year after this.” Joe Schmidt and Jamie Heaslip at today’s press briefing. (©INPHO/Lorraine O’Sullivan)O’Driscoll commented, last week, that he would dearly wish to leave the sport ‘on my own terms’ and, while a Six Nations championship title or Grand Slam win would be memorable, a fifth World Cup campaign would be within touching distance. Should O’Driscoll, who would be 36 at the World Cup, signed a two-year deal to halt further speculation?“You can just go ahead and suggest that to him,” Schmidt told TheScore.ie, “that would be just fine. That would see him, just about, through to the next World Cup; that might be handy.I’ve no doubt that this time next year, we may be saying the same thing. I guess he’ll have to try and convince [wife] Amy and little Sadie [daughter] of that because I think, inevitably, that always puts a slightly different equilibrium into people’s lives.”Schmidt added, “In the short term, I’m delighted he’s here for one. I’ll take that at this stage. Hopefully that one goes really well for him.”Brian O’Driscoll signs on for 1 more year with Leinster and IrelandA personal decision, but O’Driscoll playing on is great for Irish rugby
Updated 9.44pmIMPACT WORKERS AT five hospitals in the Limerick group have balloted in favour of industrial action action.It is understood these are admin and not frontline staff.However, in a statement this evening, an assistant general secretary at the union said that it is not “envisaged” that it will affect services in anyway.“This industrial action is designed to highlight the opposition of hospital staff to the excessive and unwarranted salary payments to a senior manager through a management consultancy,” Andy Pike said.He claimed that the hospital needs extra administration staff to handle increased demands and that the money spent on just one management consultant could be used to hire “at least” five clerical staff.He believes that some senior managers are being paid “at least twice the correct rate for the job”.The hospitals involved are:University Hospital LimerickLimerick Maternity HospitalCroom Orthopedic HospitalNenagh General HospitalEnnis General HospitalImpact have written to John McGuinness, chairmen of the Dáil’s spending watchdog, to set out its concerns about governance and salaries at the hospital group.The Public Accounts Committee last week asked HSE bosses to investigation the €250,000 salary of one senior manager.Read: Limerick Hospital emergency department “not fit for purpose” >
Motiur Rahman, Nurul Islam, Yafes Osman and Mustafa JabbarPrime minister Sheikh Hasina has directed four technocrat ministers to step down after the election commission announces the schedule for the 11th parliamentary election. The directive was handed down on Tuesday during a cabinet meeting, said a minister. The prime minister gave the order in light of a Supreme Court verdict. She, however, did not ask other ministers to resign from the cabinet before the polls.Currently, there are four technocrat (unelected) ministers in the cabinet. They are expatriate welfare and overseas employment minister Nurul Islam, religious affairs minister Motiur Rahman, ICT minister Mustafa Jabbar, and state minister for science and technology Yafes Osman.According to the EC, the election schedule may be announced on 8 November.Chief election commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda on Tuesday said there is no likelihood of deferring the election schedule. However, he added, the voting date may be shifted, should all political parties agree.
The National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, Ministry of Culture, Government of India celebrated the International Museum Day on May 18, 2019, at NGMA, New Delhi. This year, the focus was on the new roles of the museum as active members of their communities.Adwita Charan Garanyank, Director General, NGMA along with the eminent artist, Arpana Caur and Harshvardhan Sharma also conducted a discussion on the topic ‘Museums as Cultural Hub, the future of traditions’ at the event. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe International Council of Museums (ICOM) established International Museum Day in 1977 to increase public awareness of the role of museums in the development of society, and it has been steadily gaining momentum ever since. Each year for International Museum Day, ICOM selects a theme that is at the heart of the concerns of society. The theme for this year is ‘Museums as Cultural Hubs: The future of tradition’. As the role of museums in society is changing, they keep reinventing themselves in their quest for becoming more interactive, audience-focused, community-oriented, flexible, adaptable and mobile. They have become cultural hubs functioning as platforms where creativity combines with knowledge and where visitors can also co-create, share and interact. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveAs institutions at the heart of society, museums have the power to establish a dialogue between cultures, to build bridges to connect with the world. The National Gallery of Modern Art as a cultural hub is finding new ways to honour its collections, it’s legacy, creating traditions that will have involve the youth. Its mission is to involve and create a cultural relationship with the various communities and to constantly contribute in this direction. National Gallery of Modern Art with all the vibrant programmes and activities, which it organises is a cultural hub in its community, and plans to further project the same role throughout.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservative government has long refused to support Omar Khadr, reflecting ambivalence in Canada over the Khadr family.Khadr’s long-time lawyer Dennis Edney and wife have offered to take him into their home.Edney said the government wants to drag it out even more.“Why? Just because they can’t stand to see that young Muslim boy out there,” Edney said.In court later Tuesday, Ross, the lower court judge, listened as the two sides hammered out bail conditions, should Bielby refuse the stay request by the government.Among conditions Ross imposed were that Khadr wear a tracking bracelet, live with the Edneys, observe a curfew between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m., and have only supervised access to the Internet. Also, he could only communicate in English with his family in Ontario via video or phone under supervision, Ross said.“His case is obviously extremely unique,” Ross said. “He has grown up in jail. There will be challenges ahead. Those should be carefully managed.”Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. 5 treatments for adult scoliosis Toronto-born Khadr spent a decade in the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Since 2012 he’s been held in a Canadian prison, serving out an eight-year sentence handed down by a U.S. military commission in 2010. He was convicted of five war crimes, including throwing a grenade when he was 15 years old that killed a U.S. Army sergeant in Afghanistan during a 2002 firefight.Khadr, once the youngest detainee at Guantanamo and now 28, has since said he only agreed to a 2010 plea deal to get out of Guantanamo and return to Canada.Canadian government lawyers argued Tuesday that releasing Khadr on bail would jeopardize the repatriation of other Canadian prisoners and damage Ottawa’s relations with Washington.But U.S. State Department Acting Deputy spokesman Jeff Rathke said it is up to the Canadian courts to decide whether Khadr should be released. “We’ll leave it to Canadian authorities and the Canadian judicial system to make their decision,” Rathke said.Court of Queen’s Bench Justice June Ross granted Khadr bail last month while he appeals his war crimes conviction in the United States.Defense attorneys say Khadr was pushed into war by his father, Ahmed Said Khadr, an alleged senior al-Qaida financier whose family stayed with Osama bin Laden briefly when Omar Khadr was a boy. His Egyptian-born father was killed in 2003 in a Pakistani military operation. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Check your body, save your life New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Comments Share Sponsored Stories EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — A Canadian judge said Tuesday she needs more time to make a decision on whether a former Guantanamo Bay inmate should be released on bail while he appeals his conviction for war crimes in the United States.Court of Appeal Justice Myra Bielby is expected to announce her decision Thursday morning. It follows a last-ditch attempt by the Canadian government to keep Omar Khadr jailed. The government is seeking an emergency stay of a lower court judge’s decision to grant Khadr bail. Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Top Stories Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches
Source = Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre The Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre has scooped the pool in this year’s New South Wales Meetings and Events Australia (MEA) Awards, winning the top prize in four categories for a second consecutive year.The awards were announced last night at a gala dinner in Sydney, with the Centre winning a range of categories from Venue over 500, In-house AV Services and Banquet and Catering through to Corporate Social Responsibility. Centre Chief Executive Ton van Amerongen said the Centre was thrilled by the wins, which follow a record four national MEA awards for the venue last year. .The Centre will now enter the MEA national awards in the four categories it has won at the State level, as well as an additional national category of Education.“We strive hard to be an industry leader across all areas of our operations so the breadth of these award categories is really very gratifying,” Mr van Amerongen said.“Not only do we have a world class venue, we have a world class team of professionals working here. My thanks go to every one of them for their continued efforts to ensure the success of our clients’ events.”Mr van Amerongen said the Centre’s submissions for the NSW MEA awards had focussed on the venue’s achievements across a range of areas from products and initiatives, including a new website and social media thrust, through to sustainability advancements and event delivery.“In our continuing quest to provide the best possible service for our clients, we launched a range of new products and programs in 2011. Feedback has been great, with our client satisfaction rating reaching a record 87.3 per cent last year as a result,” Mr van Amerongen said.“To collect these MEA awards in recognition of our work is the icing on the cake.”
Virgin Australia has received approval from Tiger Airways shareholders to purchase up to 60 percent in the no-frills airline. Announced less than a day after the carrier received regulatory approval on its 100 percent acquisition of Skywest Airlines, shareholder approval brings Virgin one-step closer to completing its pending acquisitions.Still subject to conditions and regulatory approvals, Virgin would own more than half of Tiger Airways, which would keep its name and branding. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J Virgin creeps closer to completing acquisitions.
Source = AccorHotels In its 50th Anniversary CelebrationIn its 50th Anniversary CelebrationIn its anniversary celebration on 19 November 2017, AccorHotels welcomes “heroes” among them, such as social workers, volunteers, fire fighters, nurses and teachers, who work hard daily to serve communities around the hotels. Over 2,000 AccorHotels around the world, including 500 hotels on the Asia Pacific and more than 110 hotels in Indonesia are actively involved in this initiative.This global activity is an opportunity for groups and more than 250,000 employees as an expression of gratitude to those who have commited their time and efforts in serving the communities around them through sharing in a spirit of togetherness withactivities such as; breakfast, barbecue, concerts, and even invite them to stay as guests at the hotel.In Indonesia, one example is Novotel Bali Ngurah Rai Airport, which supplied daily necessities to the Karangasem area for the evacuees around the Mount Agung volcano and invited volunteers who handled the evacuation process to enjoy lunch at the hotel.Novotel Bogor and ibis Styles Bogor Raya invited children from orphanages and special needs schools nearby the hotel to stay and enjoy breakfast as well as get involved in fun activities at the hotel. Ibis Styles Jakarta Sunter invited veterans and their families to enjoy dinner and provided rooms for them to stay in. Ibis Budget Surabaya Airport held a brunch for 50 airport security personnel who are regarded as heroes who carried out their important duties around the hotel.Children Day at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort – Welcome HeroesInviting AccorHotels fostered children from the foster home in Bedugul and the Disabled Children‟s Aid Foundation (YPAC) together with their supervisors, representatives of the Nusa Dua local community, for a lunch with entertainment and fun games such as; swimming, magic tricks, and craft-making competitions (19 November).Global Overview of the 50th AccorHotels Anniversary Worldwide 90,000 guests – 6,650 free nights– 1,000 food and drink servings – 450 cocktails -240 concerts/parties
Go back to the e-newsletter >Luxury travel operator, Abercrombie & Kent, is now giving clients the opportunity to travel to remote and unspoilt locations in Papua New Guinea, visiting local villages and witnessing cultural traditions.Guests will stay in comfortable lodges in the highland and Sepik regions, accessing remote villages by private charter aircraft. They will spend a full day of cultural touring in the Tari Valley and experience local life in Karawari before finishing their journey at the Goroka Show.Held in September every year, the Show is famous for its dazzling array of sing-sing groups, showcasing some of the many cultures of Papua New Guinea.The trip will be escorted by Abercrombie & Kent Tour Director, Carolyn Andrew. Carolyn has worked as an A&K guide for over 20 years. Her first trip to PNG in 2002 left her with an everlasting affection for a country rich in culture and diversity. Returning 3 or 4 times a year, she is well respected in the remote villages and has up to date knowledge on all areas covered in the programme.Dates for the tour are 11-19 September 2016 and prices are US$9,458 twin share per person and an additional US$1,027 for a single supplement. Domestic Air Niugini flights are not included.Go back to the e-newsletter >
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