VICTORIA – Victoria officially has a new police chief, nearly 18 months after its former leader stepped aside amid a misconduct investigation involving inappropriate Twitter messages.The police board says Del Manak has been permanently appointed chief constable of the Victoria Police Department.Manak has been acting as head of the force since December 2015, when former chief Frank Elsner stepped aside while investigations were conducted into allegations that he’d sent Twitter messages to the wife of one of his officers.Elsner was suspended last April and officially quit last month.Mayor Lisa Helps says Manak has demonstrated “unwavering leadership” and created a strong community presence for the department despite working under “challenging circumstances.”Manak says in a statement that he plans to build on the force’s reputation by engaging and collaborating with the community.
VANCOUVER – Mogo Finance Technology Inc. (TSX:MOGO) says it has secured a new umbrella loan of up to $40 million from Fortress Investment Group LLC.The credit facility will be used to repay and replace the Vancouver-based digital financial company’s existing $30-million credit facility with Fortress.The loan, which has a lower effective interest rate of 14.5 per cent and extends the maturity date by two years to mid-2020, will primarily be used to fund Mogo’s line of credit products.The new credit facility is in addition to the company’s existing $50 million Fortress credit facility, which has an initial interest rate of 9.5 per cent and can be expanded up to $200 million.
Rabat – Saudi Brigadier-General Ahmed al-Asiri, the coalition’s spokesperson, denied recent reports that the body of the Moroccan pilot Yassin Bahti has been found, saying that the pilot “is still missing.”On Friday, Morocco’s Royal Armed Forces (FAR) said in a press release that they have located what they believe is the body of the pilot whose F-16 fighter jet crashed last Sunday.Meanwhile, 24 hours after the FAR’s announcement, the Saudi-led coalition’s spokesperson said, “the corpse of the Moroccan pilot hasn’t been found thus far.” “For the coalition, the Moroccan pilot is still missing, no more than that. His body hasn’t been found yet,” Ahmed al-Asiri told Saudi Arabian channel Al-Arabiya.He went on to add that the coalition is contacting the Red Cross in order to finish all the formalities required to initiate an investigation regarding the fate of the pilot.“If the body happened to be discovered, it will be transferred to a neutral zone to conduct DNA tests,” he concluded.Earlier this week, the Moroccan pilot’s F-16 fighter jet crashed in Yemen. A special Moroccan commando unit and a squadron of radar-equipped F-16 warplanes were reportedly deployed to Yemen to help with the search for Yassine Bahti shortly after the plane crashed.On Friday, the FAR announced that the Moroccan pilot died in the crash, saying they had found his body.King Mohammed VI,in his role as the Supreme Commander and Chief of General Staff of the Royal Armed Forces, ordered the dispatch of an aircraft to return his body to Morocco, after receiving confirmation of his identity from a team of geneticists.
TORONTO — Rogers Communications Inc. raised its dividend for the first time since 2015 as it reported a better-than-expected fourth-quarter profit.The cable and wireless company will now pay a quarterly dividend of 50 cents per share, up from its previous payment to shareholders of 48 cents per share.The increased dividend came as Rogers said it earned $502 million or 97 cents per diluted share for the quarter ended Dec. 31. That compared with a profit of $499 million or 97 cents per share in the same period a year earlier.Revenue totalled $3.94 billion, up from $3.73 billion.On an adjusted basis, Roger said it earned $585 million or $1.13 per diluted share for its most recent quarter, up from an adjusted profit of $525 million or $1.02 per diluted share a year earlier.Analysts on average expected adjusted earnings of $1.08 cents per share, according to Thomson Reuters Eikon. Revenue was anticipated to come in at nearly $3.88 billion for the quarter ended Dec. 31.The company’s revenue growth was primarily driven by its wireless operations, which added 112,000 net subscribers during the quarter.Companies in this story: (TSX:RCI.B)The Canadian Press
The U.S. Coast Guard’s International Port Security Program was established in 2003 to expand understanding of maritime security measures.Implementation of these international standards is a worldwide partnership between maritime nations. (Colombo Gazette) From February 11 through 13, the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) conducted port security capacity building at the Port of Colombo with more than 25 Sri Lankan port officials, the US Embassy in Colombo said today.The event strengthened the port’s security capabilities through drills that improved agency coordination and the implementation of the port’s security plan. Sri Lanka’s improved maritime security will not only provide greater protection against terrorism and other threats but also will enhance trade with other countries, contributing to Sri Lanka’s prosperity. “Sri Lanka has demonstrated a strong commitment to port security,” said Lieutenant Matt Arnold, the USCG’s liaison to Sri Lanka for Port Security initiatives who headed the program. “This capacity building program helped create the security environment that’s essential to increased trade and realizing Sri Lanka’s goal of becoming a regional hub for commerce.”
MONTREAL — BCE Inc. has promoted its senior executive for regulatory affairs and corporate development to the position of chief operating officer.In his new position, Mirko Bibic will add responsibility for Bell Canada’s residential and small business unit, including home phone and internet services, as well as its Bell Mobility wireless unit and large business customer business.Wade Oosterman, who had held similar responsibilities as group president of Bell Canada and BCE, has been appointed vice-chair for both companies.Oosterman will also continue to lead Bell Media as group president, with Bell Media president Randy Lennox continuing to report to him.Bibic, who has led BCE’s legal and regulatory strategy, played a key role in BCE’s acquisitions of Astral Media and Manitoba Telecom Services Inc.
If you ever fly on WestJet from Winnipeg to Ottawa and love playing with dogs, you’re in luck.Karen George organizes a weekly rescue mission of dogs from northern Manitoba to Ottawa and is in need of volunteers to check these dogs, all expenses paid.The benefit for the traveller, other than the satisfaction of helping stray dogs, is that they can play with each dog in Winnipeg before their flight takes off.George has several partner organizations, but she is a one-woman show with transportation planning.“I’m not an organization, I’m just one crazy lady,” she said. “It’s just me and the dogs, and they don’t really do anything. They just kind of reassign everything back to me.”Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below.George says she focuses on northern Manitoba because many communities there organize dog culls, which she understands.“When they start packing up, (the dogs) become dangerous,” she said.The rescued dogs are flown from these northern communities to Winnipeg, where they are checked out, spayed or neutered and given all required shots.“Don’t want to spread any diseases on the plane,” she said.Once they’re in Winnipeg, George plans how the dogs will be transported to Ottawa, which involves recruiting volunteers with previously booked Westjet flights. George will then add several dogs to their boarding passes.She said she preferred WestJet because the cargo holds of its planes had temperature controls, so they could take dogs year round, but she will use Air Canada for the same purpose if need to be.George began her mission in 2017, when she discovered two stray German shepherd puppies in need of rescue in the northern Manitoba community of Red Sucker Lake. She said she learned about the transportation process involved and established a network of connections. Later, she decided to continue rescuing other strays.George said she brought 150 dogs from northern areas in 2018 and in 2019 will have brought over 80 dogs by Saturday.Once in Ottawa volunteers will pick up the dogs and George works with the Freedom Dog Rescue who help ensure they end up in various shelters across Ontario.George said there are dogs flown in weekly so she is always in need of volunteers. Anyone arriving in Ottawa from Winnipeg who is interested in flying with — and playing with a dog can message her on Facebook.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedFirst quarter of 2018 to focus on SOP’s says Local Government CommissionJanuary 4, 2018In “latest news”Bulkan revokes Linden Town Clerk’s appointmentMarch 23, 2017In “latest news”Local Government Commission: 8 persons appointed, will be sworn in shortly- HarmonOctober 19, 2017In “latest news” The Rose Hall Town Council has been ordered by the Local Government Commission (LGC) to rescind the hiring of a Town Clerk for the municipality, since according to the Commission approval was not granted by them for the vacancy to be filled.Mayor of Rose Hall, Vijay Kumar RamooThe LGC outlined that the law states in section 13 (2) of the Local Government Commission Act 2013 that “The Commission SHALL deal with all matters relating to staffing of local government organs and in particular shall- (a) be responsible for employment, transfer, discipline and dismissal of staff.”“The Rose Hall Town Council has clearly acted outside of its remit, and has been instructed by letter from the Commission to rescind the hiring of any person so appointed to fill the vacant position of Town Clerk of that municipality,” the LGC said in a press statement on Thursday, while noting that “this vacancy will only be filled upon the consideration and written approval of the Commissioners of the Local Government Commission of Guyana as provided for by law.”According to the statement, the Rose Hall Town Council approached the LGC seeking permission to hire a Town Clerk to fill the vacancy for this post within the Council and the Commission agreed to delegate to the Council and all other local government organs, “the authority of recruitment (advertising shortlisting and interviewing) for staff.”However, it was further explained that the Commission required that all local government organs write informing the Commission of such vacancies “before engaging in the recruitment procedure (advertising shortlisting and interviewing) and consequent recommendation for appointment by the Local Government Commission.”Furthermore, the LGC said that the “Rose Hall Council was also informed in this letter dated March 21st, 2018 that the local government organs shall ensure that an officer of the Local Government Commission is present during the shortlisting and interviewing process.” But, according to the Commission, this did not obtain as the “Rose Hall Town Council executed these delegated tasks and exceeded this clearly outlined mandate by purporting to hire a Town Clerk, clearly in contravention to the stated delegated functions.”As such, the LGC said it “wrote to the Council again on April 10th, 2018 instructing them to rescind this action.”Mayor of Rose Hall, Vijay Kumar Ramoo, was quoted in the media explaining that that the decision was taken due to the dire need for the position to be filled in the interest of the municipality.Moreover, he said that Councillors were informed about the hiring of the Town Clerk at the municipality’s last statutory meeting and approved the decision.
VIASPACE partner Selectra and Harmony Gold Mining Co recently formally announced Harmony’s implementation of the first bioenergy project on mining property in South Africa. The goal of the project is to grow energy crops—sugar beets and Giant King Grass–on contaminated mine affected lands in order to restore and rehabilitate the land.Harmony is the third largest gold mining company in South Africa, and the fifth largest gold producer in the world.So, a small biogas company in South Africa has teamed up with one of the largest mining companies in the country to seriously tackle the issue of land rehabilitation and energy security all in one go.What began as an idea and then an enormously successful trial to grow sugarbeet—the temperate kind, not the tropical variety—has now been extended to include Giant King Grass too. The crops are grown on the super-fine mine tailings, bringing value back to the land.The plan is to use the beet and the king grass as feedstock for on-site biogas production at Harmony Gold’s mine near Welkom in South Africa’s Free State that will then be piped into the Harmony 1 metallurgical plant where it will be burnt in the place of ‘Polyfuel’—an HFO type fuel—in the thermal oil heaters.The project envisioned by Selectra, the growing biogas company that developed and eventually sold the idea to Harmony Gold, is not only good for the land and good for the region, but it also inherently replicable. Any mine in the world could implement this project, at the appropriate scale with the appropriate feedstocks, to take control of not only environmental impact but also energy costs.Dwight Rosslee from Selectra commented on how rewarding it is to develop a project that carries only proven positive impacts: “The Harmony Bioenergy project is surely the gold standard in the production of renewable energy – no negative impacts on the environment, only positive benefits, no question of food versus fuel as the land cannot sustain food crops due to the presence of heavy metals. The land is remediated by cultivation and harvesting of bioenergy crops and local employment in farming activities is expanded on previously unused lands. Simultaneously, carbon emissions are reduced through substituting fossil fuels. All this, and more, while saving on production costs.”VIASPACE CEO, Dr Carl Kukkonen, stated, “This project is a major milestone. We applaud and congratulate Selectra and Harmony for their successful demonstration. We first delivered Giant King Grass to Selectra in January 2013 and it was planted on Harmony land. We were very apprehensive about the project because the worst mine affected lands were so poor in quality, we didn’t even know if Giant King Grass would grow. Selectra and Harmony have proven that Giant King Grass can grow well. The grass mitigates erosion and contaminated dust from the slimes dams, and Selectra has shown that it is a good feedstock for anaerobic digestion to produce biogas. We believe that Giant King Grass can be used to remediate a wide range of contaminated soil and to make it productive.Rosslee concluded, “Giant King Grass should have a bright future in South Africa and other African countries as it plays a critical role in a number of our programs including off grid power solutions.”
ConfidenceIreland also showed increased confidence in its most recent consumer confidence monitor.1,000 people were asked about their expectations for employment levels and the economy in the year ahead.Ipsos says this has proven to be a reliable barometer of consumer confidence.The Ipsos MRBI Consumer Confidence Monitor is now at the highest point it has been in 10 years.However fewer than 1 in 3 Irish people think that now is a good time to invest in the stock market, we ranked 13th in terms of positivity about the stock market.The global study was conducted by Ipsos amongst 20,000 respondents, including 500 in Ireland.Read: New funding to boost house construction but Dublin city to see budget slashed>Read: Irish mortgage arrears tracked by Fitch are higher than ever>Read: Enda Kenny on property: I promise you there is no going back to the past> THE MAJORITY OF people in Ireland believe now is a good time to buy.That’s according to a global study conducted by Ipsos.The study shows the attitudes to the property market across 26 countries.Ireland is one of only four countries surveyed where the majority believe that now is a good time to buy.The other three countries are Russia, India and Indonesia.
International travel can of course be an amazing experience, but the problem is there are different technologies for every region, turning what should be exciting plans and event scheduling into a rigorous task of Googling and contacting your wireless service provider for questions. At least one company wants to do something about simplifying communication wherever you are in the world, and even though Goodspeed can’t change the infrastructure of mobile data, it can try to make it less painful to alternate between differing standards.The company’s namesake mobile hotspot device allows users to place 10 SIM cards into various slots. If you travel into a country that requires a different SIM card, don’t worry about it as the Goodspeed has you covered. Basically, it acts as an international hotspot that can toggle between different data networks. Not only that, but up to five devices can be tethered to the Goodspeed’s Internet connection.Right now this is a product tailored specifically for the European market, which obviously makes sense as travel between countries there is a very fluid and seamless proposition. The Goodspeed will work in Germany, Italy, the UK, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Ireland, and Finland. Other countries will be added as time progresses.The cost of owning the Goodspeed is €273 ($357) upfront plus a €9.90 ($13) monthly fee. However, that won’t allow you to connect. You must pay an additional €5.90 ($7.20) for day-long Internet access when you need it. So you’re paying $13 a month for the peace of mind of knowing that when you do actually travel abroad, you’ll only need to pay $7.20 for a day’s worth of WiFi. Clearly this is for very frequent travelers only, but it is a nice start to finding some way of normalizing global data connectivity.Amazon product page (UK), via Arctic Startup
Poll Results: YesNoDon’t knowVote http://jrnl.ie/3282643 No (8083) 23,250 Views THE IRISH GOVERNMENT has proposed to allow boats from Northern Ireland to fish very close to Irish shores.It is planning to amend the Sea Fisheries Act to allow fishing vessels registered in Northern Ireland to fish up to six nautical miles of the Republic of Ireland’s coast.The bill is being put through in light of Supreme Court judgement that found Northern Ireland vessels were fishing for mussels in Irish waters, as the amendment would now make their actions legal.The reason is so that Ireland would bring its laws up to sync with the 1964 Voisinage arrangement, which allows boats from both countries fish in each others waters.However, some senators yesterday expressed concern with elements of the bill.So, what do you think: Should Northern Ireland boats be allowed to fish off the Republic of Ireland’s coasts? By Cormac Fitzgerald 92 Comments Image: Shutterstock/Stephen B. Goodwin Image: Shutterstock/Stephen B. Goodwin Short URL Saturday 11 Mar 2017, 10:32 AM Share Tweet Email Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Don’t know (757) Poll: Should Northern Ireland boats be allowed to fish off the Republic of Ireland’s coasts? The Government is planning to allow boats from Northern Ireland to fish very close to Irish shores. Yes (3621) Mar 11th 2017, 10:32 AM
The much-awaited design of the new Frankston Railway Station has been completed following two years of detailed planning and consultation, and a national design competition. Genton Architecture will be building a safer, more accessible and more user friendly train station for the south-eastern Victorian suburb.In the 2011 census, Sandhurst had the highest proportion of people speaking Greek at home with Frankston City also presenting a significantly-sized population of Greek speakers.“It will be a true gateway to the Peninsula, and a place the community can be proud of,” Minister for Public Transport Jacinta Allan and Member for Frankston Paul Edbrooke agreed.That work will deliver a new bus interchange, wider footpaths, fresh landscaping, and road improvements to reduce congestion. Rebuilding Frankston station is the centrepiece project of the Victorian Government’s $63 million investment in the redevelopment of the Frankston station precinct, which includes major improvements to Young Street between Wells and Beach streets. The redevelopment will be a further catalyst for the transformation of the area into a modern, safe, and thriving place of business and activity. Construction of the new station to serve the bayside suburb, will begin later this year, with work to improve Young Street already well underway. “Frankston has been fighting for this investment and we’re delivering it – a new station, a safer community, and a better place to live. “After years of hard work, it’s so exciting to see our new station. I can’t wait to see work start later this year,” Member for Frankston Paul Edbrooke concluded.More information on the design will be available at the Frankston Revitalisation Hub opposite the station, and online at www.transport.vic.gov.au/frankston-station-precinct-redevelopment Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Property valuations are hitting mailboxes — and earlier than usual.For the first time since becoming an annual assessment county in 1990, notices were in the mail before the state’s May 31 legal deadline, said Assessor Peter Van Nortwick. County residents can expect to receive “notice of value” statements from the Clark County Assessor’s Office, if they haven’t already. The notices reflect market values as of Jan. 1, as required by state law.Property owners have 60 days from the date on their notices to appeal property values to the board of equalization. Forms and details are available at www.clark.wa.gov/board-of-equalization/documents.html. Based on county records, Van Nortwick said housing prices continue to increase. On average, home values have returned to their 2005-2006 levels but are still below top values seen in 2007.He said the inventory of available homes appears to be stabilizing after dropping for the past three years. Now, a home in Clark County takes an average of five months to sell, indicating an active market.
Share Over a hundred Houston-area middle school students had a chance to launch their own rockets on Thursday , as part of Rocket Science, a program by Houston Community College (HCC), the Houston Rockets and Space Center Houston.Throughout Rocket Science, the students take part in a series of webinars with Space Center Houston specialists who guide them in the process of designing and constructing their own rocket. On Thursday, they launched their devices at the HCC Northeast Campus, where the best were awarded.O’ Donnell Muddle School won the award for Highest Altitude, Marshall Middle School for Best Design, Jane Long Academy for Most Creative Payload, and Christa McAuliffe Middle School for Best Computation. Video Playerhttps://cdn.hpm.io/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/13164606/HoustonRocketsLaunchDay.mp400:0000:0001:11Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.
PexelsAt a recent protest outside the Houston school district’s main building, parents and advocates chanted “Sue the TEA!”That is, sue the Texas Education Agency and challenge the state law, known as House Bill 1842, that mandates the commissioner must close struggling schools or install a board of managers to govern the entire school district, if those struggling schools don’t improve in a certain time frame.So far, no parent or HISD trustee or other group has filed suit against HB 1842.But News 88.7 talked with attorneys to find out what potential cases could be made in a lawsuit. Here are a four takeaways:Timing is critical. Or in legal speak, it has to be “ripe.” David Hinojosa, who is a national policy director for the advocacy and research group IDRA, said that the threat of a state board of managers doesn’t necessarily have to have occurred already, but the threat needs to be imminent for a lawsuit.There could be due process claims. That is, if under the accountability and sanction system, state administrators had certain duties to help turnaround schools that they didn’t fulfill.Voting rights could come into play. Hinojosa said that a parent in one of the affected school communities could argue that if they lose their locally elected school board member, they’ve lost some of their voting rights.And then there’s discrimination. Again, Hinojosa said that if the law disproportionately impacts students of color, there could be a case that it is discriminatory and violates the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment. In fact, research by IDRA in 2017 showed that of the 106 turnaround schools in at least their third consecutive year of intervention enrolled a majority of minority students. At those turnaround schools, over 90 percent of student were black or Latino, compared to their statewide enrollment at about 65 percent.“All those claims seem at least plausible,” Hinojosa said. “And, you know, lawyers dig into these facts and figure out what are the strongest claims, when they should be filed, how they should be filed, who should be filing.”Some see the case against HB 1842 as problematic and with a dim chance of success.Take what happened in Jackson, Mississippi last year. A group of parents challenged a state takeover of their schools, alleging they were deprived of public input required by state law. That case never went to trial: the judge dismissed the federal lawsuit after the group of parent plaintiffs dropped their case after the state agreed to form a commission with parents, education experts and community leaders to evaluate the public schools there.“The legal strategy is difficult to make because of the timing.” said Jay Aiyer, an attorney and professor at Texas Southern University.And in a courtroom, there’s no guarantee of success.“There’s a lot more art than science to the law,” Hinojosa said, a former litigator with the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund. “We certainly found that out with the school funding decision when the Supreme Court pushed the goal post back even further.”In that case, the largest school finance case every before the Texas Supreme Court, judges decided the finance system was flawed but constitutional. Share
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A robust CS-3 Control Station hardware platform ensures ample resources to handle the large data sets and additional image detail found in mammography images acquired on the Konica Minolta Xpress CR Mammography solution.The Xpress CR Digital Mammography upgrade is currently going through a similar approval process with the Food and Drug Administration and is not yet for sale in the U.S.Konica Minolta’s Xpress CR was rated “Best in KLAS” for multi-cassette CR by the independent research organization, KLAS Enterprises LLC.For more information: www.konicaminolta.com/medicalusa/ FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Radiology Business | June 26, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare and the Emory Healthcare Innovation Hub Partner to Drive Innovation in Healthcare Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. read more News | Mammography Reporting Software | July 26, 2019 Ikonopedia Releases Automated Combined Reporting Package at AHRA Ikonopedia showcased its recently released Automated Combined Reporting package and its entire suite of structured… read more Technology | Artificial Intelligence | July 18, 2019 Paragon Biosciences Launches Qlarity Imaging to Advance FDA-cleared AI Breast Cancer Diagnosis System Paragon Biosciences LLC announced the launch of its seventh portfolio company, Qlarity Imaging LLC, which was founded… read more News | Breast Imaging | August 02, 2019 Volpara to Distribute Screenpoint Medical’s Transpara AI Solution Volpara Solutions and ScreenPoint Medical BV signed an agreement under which Volpara will sell ScreenPoint’s Transpara… read more Qlarity Imaging’s software is used to assist radiologists in the assessment and characterization of breast lesions. Imaging features are synthesized by an artificial intelligence algorithm into a single value, the QI score, which is analyzed relative to a database of reference abnormalities with known ground truth. Image courtesy of Business Wire. News | Mammography | July 10, 2019 SimonMed Imaging Implements ProFound AI for 3-D Tomosynthesis Arizona-based SimonMed Imaging announced their implementation of the first U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-… read more News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more Feature | Artificial Intelligence | July 19, 2019 | Michal Chorev AI Models Predict Breast Cancer With Radiologist-level Accuracy Breast cancer is the global leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women, and the most commonly diagnosed cancer… read more
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