In a release from the Oil and Gas Commission, Ferguson said “It has truly been an honour for me to serve as the Commissioner, and a fellow employee of the BC Oil and Gas Commission.” The Oil and Gas Commission says Ferguson played an integral role in driving the Commission toward its goal of being the leading oil and gas regulator in Canada, and has guided the Commission in the implementation of the Oil and Gas Activities Act and in regulating increased unconventional gas development in British Columbia. Alex Ferguson has resigned from the Oil and Gas Commission. The OGC release goes on to say Ferguson stated he is moving on for personal reasons. Ferguson decided to resign after five years with the Commission, with the last four as Commissioner and CEO. Paul Jeakins will serve as Acting Commissioner and CEO while the search for a new Commissioner gets underway.- Advertisement –
The liquefied natural gas plant would be built near Squamish, B.C. at the waterfront industrial site of Western Forest Products’ former pulp mill, along with a transfer facility. It would then ship between 1.5 and 2.1 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas a year from the area of Kitimat or Prince Rupert.The CEAA is looking for public input on the project and its potential effects on the environment. The provincial government has also requested that if an environmental assessment is required, the B.C. process be substituted for the federal one. Comments on the substitution are also being accepted.Written comments on the need for a federal environmental assessment and on the substitution request must be submitted by January 6, 2014 to:- Advertisement -Woodfibre LNG Project Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency 410-701 West Georgia Street Vancouver, BC V7Y 1C6 Telephone: 604-666-2431 Fax: 604-666-6990 Woodfibre@ceaa-acee.gc.caMore information on the project can be found here.Advertisement
Promoted postThe inside of Patrick Gildea’s new salon.Now that all our New Year’s resolutions have well and truly fallen by the wayside, it’s time to start thinking about what is hot for 2015!You will be pleased to know that the team at Patrick Gildea Hairdressing are always thinking on you. We never sit still and continuously develop our knowledge and techniques to ensure that we are providing you with the best possible hairdressing experience at all times.Part of this experience is sharing our professional knowledge with you, we want to keep you up to date with the latest trends and find a way of incorporating them into a look which is personal to you.Just this week our eight Master Colour Experts visited the Wella Academy in Dublin to enhance their skills and bring back some powerful colour knowledge to the Centre of Excellence for 2015!So what exactly is hot for 2015?? Is Balayage and Ombre here to stay or is there a new sheriff in town? Well we are excited to tell you that Ombre’s time has come and gone, it’s all about natural, soft, cool shades, think natural highlights with a smoother and more gradual change than Ombre, painting on highlights in smaller sections to mimic the effect of a child who spends her days playing in the sun, think Rosamund Pike’s very subtle natural looking highlights. Marbleizing a new method of hair colour placement is set to be huge in 2015.Marbleising is all about the proper placement of complimentary or contrasting hues in such a way that they merge onto each other and create a unified and luminous glow that will really brighten your look. Need some inspiration check out Blake lively!Of course earthy tones such as warm, rich brunette shades are still hugely popular and looks set to stay this year, think Katy Holmes! If you are looking for some cooler shades, blue and violets are certainly making their mark!Blake LivelyThe team at Patrick Gildea Hairdressing are extremely excited and look forward to try out some of 2015’s trends at the Centre of Excellence.Would you like to update you look but not sure what to go for? That’s no problem, simply book a complimentary consultation with one of our Master Colour Experts who will sit down with you, find out what it is that you really want and recommend a look that will suit your style, face, shape and personality while keeping up to date with the latest trends and most of all they will provide you with a five star experience at surprisingly affordable prices. Sounds great doesn’t it? Book your first appointment online by clicking here https://www.facebook.com/patrickgildeahairdressing/app_102222196552455For a full list of our services click here http://www.patrickgildea.ie/patrick-gildea-price-list/HEALTH AND BEAUTY: IT’S SEXY HAIR FOR 2015 AT THE CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE was last modified: January 30th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Patrick Gildea Hairdressing
ROSAPENNA NOTESThe Sunday club competition over the Old Tom Morris Links on the 1st of July was won by John Boyce with 39 pts bot, runner up was Sean Boyce with 39 pts.Well done to our Irish Mixed Foursomes team who beat Dunfanaghy G.C 3.5-1.5 in Portsalon in the first round of the matchplay stages last Wednesday. The draw for the last 16 in Ulster has been made and Rosapenna will play North-West G.C in Letterkenny on or before Thursday the 19th of July. The Rosapenna Senior Scratch Matchplay team won 5-2 at home to Ballyliffin G.C in the first leg of the first round last Friday. The return leg will take place in Ballyliffin this Sunday the 8th of July.Good luck to our Jimmy Bruen Team who play the reigning Ulster champions Tandragee G.C in Newtownstewart Golf Club this Friday the 6th of July in the Ulster quater final.The Donegal League team take on Gweedore G.C in the first leg of the second round this Thursday the 5th at 4.00pm. Good luck to all involved.The Ulster Cup team now face Cairndhu G.C in the fourth round with the away leg this coming Sunday the 8th and the home leg on Sunday the 15th of July. The Minor League team play Portsalon in the second round of this years competition with the first leg at home to Portsalon this Friday the 6th of July. Good luck to all involved.The draw for the 2012 Ulster Senior Cup Semi Final has been made with Rosapenna facing Warrenpoint (9.40am) and Dunmurry playing Moyola Park (9.00am).The semi final (am) and final (pm) will take place at Portstewart Golf Club on Sunday the 19th of August.The Club Captain Mr Edward McGroddy has changed his Captains Day to Saturday the 21st of July.The Catherwood Trophy (Open Mixed Foursomes) will now be played on Saturday the 28th of July with the Generations Cups moving to a date in September. The Junior Scratch Matchplay team now play Buncrana G.C in the county semi final with the first leg away on Tuesday the 10th of July.There will be a charity golf day on Saturday the 7th of July in aid of the Irish Cancer Society and the Luke & Zack Foundation with a singles stableford competition run over each golf course.All players have choice of course and the entry fee is 25e per player.Times contact the Pavilion Golf Shop. The third round of the club doubles matchplay must be played by Monday the 25th of July.The draw for the 2012 Singles Matchplay has been made and posted on the board in the members room.All first round matches must be completed by Monday the 25th of July.The Pavilion Restaurant is open this Saturday 7th & Sunday the 8th of July with our new menu served from 5.00-8.00pm. It will also be open from Wednesday 11th – Sunday the 15th July. Contact 074-915-5000 for reservations.PGA Professional Noel Callan is available for lessons at the Rosapenna Practice Ground by appointment, all enquires can be made by contacting Noel directly on 0044-7789-157654.The Practice Ground is open seven days with the ball dispenser in operation and new super range golf balls in use.GOLF NEWS: ROSAPENNA GOLF CLUB NOTES was last modified: July 3rd, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Rosapenna Golf club notes
Gaeil Fhánada GAA News:Lotto resultsNo jackpot winner. Lotto Results numbers drawn 03, 05, 06, 10, 18. Bonus 02. €100 winner Mary Rose Begley, Shannagh, €50 winner Malachy Doherty, Doaghbeg. Next week’s Jackpot is €4,500. Come on support your club!! Gaeil Fhánada Membership 2015Adults €40, Student (Over 18) €25, Juvenile (Under 18) €15.Membership should be paid by March 1st. All players in training should get their membership paid immediately. Membership forms can be got from Registrar Margaretta.A.G.M. Cumann na Mna Gaeil Fhánada (Ladies Board) & Bord na nÓg Gaeil Fhánada Ladies Board and Bord na nÓg A.G.M. will be held next Sunday in Rossnakill Resource Centre at 6pm. We would like to encourage new people to come along, especially parents and anyone interested in helping to continue building the future of our wee Club. Please come and make a difference in our great Club. All welcome!Bord na nÓg Gaeil FhánadaGaeil Fhánada Underage Presenation evening will take place, during school’s mid-term break, on Friday 20th February in Rossnakill Resource Centre. More information to follow in coming weeks.There will be a meeting for this year’s Minor Panel in Rosnakill Resource Centre this Friday evening 23rd January 2015, time to be confirmed during the week (watch Gaeil Fhánada’s Facebook page). New Minor Manager for 2015 is Gerard Patrick Shiels with his mentors Eamonn Sweeney and Joe Blaney.Charlie Byrne from Malin, GAA County Coach, will be starting coaching in primary schools this coming week. All schools have been contacted regarding day and times. Thanks to all the principals for all their help and hard work regarding the coaching. Anyone in the club who would like to manage or help out in any way with an underage team should contact Martin McAteer or Coaching Officer Patrick Heraghty. All help is greatly appreciated.St. Michael’s GAA club are hosting a Foundation GAA Course on Friday 30th and Saturday 31st January. Anyone in the club interested in coaching should avail of this course. To book your place please contact Martin on 074 9163472.ScórMembers interested in taking part in Scór Sinsir should contact Declan Dorrian on 086 2070468. He would be delighted to hear from anyone interest in the question time, instrumental group, solo singing, ballad group or recitation. All members over 17 are eligible to take part. The competition takes place on January 30th and 31st. Gaeil Fhánada Presentation Dinner/ Supper NightFebruary 21st is provisionally set for our Senior Presentation Night. Keep this date free in your diary to share the great work/play of all our adult members and celebrate another good year in Gaeil Fhánada.Donegal Year BooksA limited number of Donegal Year books are on sale in Shiels’ Shop, Fanavolty priced €10. A lovely gift for GAA supporters. Lots of news and pics from the year that was. You could be lucky enough to have been pictured at one of many GAA events. A lovely annual to treasure for adults and children alike.Support Your ClubCheck out www.opelkitforclubs.com to earn points for Club gear. If you purchase a car from them you earn 200 points for your Club, if you get a service done to your car or even just have a test drive, you earn 10 points. Come on support your Club.Comhghairdeas!Congratulations to Colm McElwaine and Maria Carberry on their recent engagement, ádh mór ó gach duine san Chlub!GAA NEWS: GAEIL FHÁNADA LADIES AGM TO BE HELD NEXT SUNDAY was last modified: January 20th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAAGaeil FhanadaNoticesSport
FIVE Co Donegal Garda stations officially closed today – but in reality they have been closed for weeks.Churchill closed two weeks ago, as did Annagry.Brockagh shut up shop last week, while Glencolmcille and Malin were also shut last week and all Gardai transferred or retired. The ‘official’ closures came on a day when a Donegal Deputy called for the cuts to be reversed.Charlie McConalogue also paid tribute to murdered Garda Adrian Donhoe.“I join everyone in the House in sympathising with the family of the late Garda Adrian Donohoe, particularly his wife Caroline and her young son and daughter, and his colleagues in the Garda force. I sympathise also with their friends and comrades and the wider community. Adrian’s loss has been deeply felt across the country in recent days. It will be deeply felt within the Garda force and Adrian’s community for a very long time,” said Deputy McConalogue.“Coming from the part of the country I come from, I know only too well the danger that gardaí must endure, very often on a daily basis. In Donegal in the past three years, two gardaí, Garda Robbie McCallion and Garda Gary McLoughlin, were lost. Only the weekend before last, there was an incident in the county in which a Garda car was rammed while in the process of making an arrest, once again highlighting the dangers that many gardaí must encounter daily. We owe them a great debt of gratitude for that. “As has been rightly pointed out, this motion pre-dated the death of Garda Donohoe. It is based on the fact that crime has been escalating recently. I refer in particular to burglaries, no more so than in my county. From November to January, there were several cases. In November, Phyllis McGee, a 78-year-old lady from Pettigo, was burgled. On 5 January, a 96-year-old from Buncrana, Margaret “Greta” Lilly, was burgled. On 7 and 8 January, a number of homes were ransacked in the Raphoe-Convoy area. On 12 January, Phyllis McGee was again targeted. On 14 January, Eric and Jim Steele of Manorcunningham were targeted, and they, too, were targeted for a second time. On 16 January, John Gallagher, from outside Buncrana, and Bernie Doherty, an elderly lady from Ture, were targeted. The Minister’s response has been grossly inadequate.“His response since taking on the role of Minister for Justice and Equality bears no resemblance to his performance here on the Opposition benches when he was the Opposition spokesperson. Back then the Minister could not tell the people loudly enough that if they just let him at it the country would be a safer place and how we would do the devil and all. Unfortunately, his performance since then bears no resemblance to the politician he was in opposition, and the same can be said for many of his Cabinet colleagues. If a modern day novelist was to do a retake on the George Orwell classic he or she would not have to create too many fictional characters to put a book together such has been the change in nature of many of the people in the Cabinet from what they were previously.“I ask that the Minister stop draining the resources from the Garda and that he gives its members the equipment and the finances they need to do their job on a daily basis. I ask that instead of describing Border areas in Donegal as not being a special case and burglaries as unfortunate, which is the word he used recently to describe them, he would deploy the resources required to ensure our communities are kept safe.” FIVE DONEGAL GARDA STATIONS CLOSED WEEKS AGO was last modified: January 31st, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:deputy charlie mcconalogueFIVE DONEGAL GARDA STATIONS CLOSED WEEKS AGO
There will be a huge celebration in Inishowen on Saturday when Buncrana’s Cockhill Park celebrates its 50th anniversary. The Buncrana housing estate, which consists of 26 homes, is set to host more than 400 people for a major celebration.The day’s events will kick-off at 3pm when Fr Walsh takes mass proceeding on the green in front of Cockhill Park before food is served and live music follows in the evening. As part of the Golden Jubilee celebration, the organising committee published a book on Friday, complete with photographs from Donal Kearney.Visitors have been advised to use available parking at the local school hall and church to avoid congestion.Cockhill Park to celebrate Golden Jubilee was last modified: June 21st, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Life’s been better than good for Stephen Curry. But that doesn’t mean the Warriors star doesn’t have some regrets during the meteoric rise of his 10-year NBA career.OK, maybe just one. Curry now wishes the world wasn’t introduced to his young daughter Riley during the 2015 Western Conference playoffs. His adorable girl may have stolen the show during Curry’s postgame interview, but it may have come at a price. “One thing I do technically regret in terms of how fast this all came …
The Community Provider Toolkit was launched by the National Center for PTSD and Veterans Affairs with the goal to support behavioral health providers serving Veterans in their communities.This toolkit offers key tools and resources for working with Veterans, including easy to access information about how to screen for military experience, understanding military culture, as well as tools for working with a variety of behavioral health concerns.Check out their Mini-Clinics!Mini-Clinics are intended to provide clinicians with easy access to useful treatment tools! Each of their Mini-Clinics focuses on a different mental health condition. Topics include Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Suicide Prevention, Disability Benefits, and more!Interested in seeing what else the Community Provider Toolkit has to offer? Check it out here! This MFLN-Military Caregiving concentration blog post was published on November 17, 2017.
PolarizersPolarizers are one of the best kept secrets in the film world. They’re great tools that can drastically enhance the quality of your footage, providing you with far more cinematic and vibrant images. I have to admit that I didn’t start using polarizers until very recently. Once I began to use them, I finally realized how powerful they can be. Polarizers have many usages. They can create bluer skies, minimize reflections on car windshields, or see more clearly into water.Much like NDs, polarizers also come in circular models that you can thread to the front of your lens or in 4×5.65 rotating applications. For more on camera filtration, check out these articles:The Five Lens Filters Every Video Shooter Should OwnManipulating the Invisible Spectrum With ND FiltersThe World of Diffusion Filters Filtration for your camera can be a essential to creating the most cinematic images. Here’s what you need to know.Cover image via Shutterstock.With a wide variety of available filtration options, choosing the right tool to enhance your story can be challenging. I’m going to walk you through the three most common types of filtration that you may come across. Each type of filtration is an essential filmmaking tool, with a unique purpose, to help you tell your story effectively.Neutral DensityNeutral Density filters, or ND filters, are a key component of crafting cinematic images. One of the most common uses of ND filtration is to darken your image in exterior daylight, allowing you to open up your lens aperture to create a more shallow and cinematic depth of field.ND filters come in all different strengths. The “lightest” ND is a .3, which reduces the exposure of your image by 1 full stop. The next step up is .6 which is two stops. Incrementally each additional stop of light is measured as .3 more than the previous. So for example, a 3 stop light reduction would be ND .9, and 4 stops would be an ND 1.2.ND filtration is available in all sort of sizes from a 52mm thread that attaches to the front of your lens to a 4×5.65 sheet that drops into the matte box of your camera. Diffusion FiltersWith today’s modern digital cameras and lenses, sharpness is king. However, with so much sharpness in images now, cinematographers are looking for ways to soften their images to make them appear smoother and more fluid. This is where diffusion filters step in. Diffusion filtration does three jobs: it softens the image, blooms the highlights, and lifts the shadows and contrast. These three elements help to take the edge off today’s sharp digital images. However, what makes diffusion filtration great is that even though it reduces some of the digital sharpness, it still produces a cinematic image that doesn’t look soft-focused.Below is a nearly comprehensive test of all of Lee’s various diffusion filters. This test should help you see how powerful diffusion filters can be and what type of look each variety offers.