More than 70 Nova Scotian teachers were in class this week learning about online resources and how to integrate technology more effectively into the classroom. Teachers from Nova Scotia’s regional school boards and the Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey board participated in the Information and Communication Technology Summer Institute from Aug. 1-3 at the Agricultural College in Truro. “The summer institute is an excellent opportunity for teachers to learn how to use technology effectively for 21st century learning,” said Truro-Bible Hill MLA Lenore Zann on behalf of Education Minister Ramona Jennex. “Nova Scotian teachers are extremely hard-working, dedicated individuals, and it’s great to see so many from across the province putting kids and learning first by spending part of their summer upgrading their knowledge to make a real difference for their students this fall. “And what better place than at the NSAC in Bible Hill which is soon to become a faculty of Dalhousie University.” The sessions offered at the summer institute include using digital images to meet learning outcomes, using digital microscopes and science tools, creating webpages for classrooms, using GPS technology to enhance students’ exploration, and creating stop motion animation. Teachers also received an introduction to MOODLE, an interactive web-based tool that helps teachers share resources and deliver curriculum materials to students. “Technology integration allows teachers of all subjects and grade levels, as well as from every region of the province, to collaborate together to benefit students and learning,” said Tami Cox Jardine, a Grade 6 teacher at Falmouth District School and facilitator at the event. “The summer institute is an opportunity for teachers to gain insight, wherever they are teaching.” Participating teachers also explored tech-gadgets such as SMARTBoards, tablet computers and cameras, along with online resources and apps used in classrooms. “These summer sessions are all about promoting technology innovations and excellence in the classroom,” said Eric Therrien, Information Technology Integration Consultant and keynote speaker of the summer institute. “The summer institute provides a portal for teachers that gives them easy access to the many online resources that assist in the teaching practice and are valuable for students’ success.”
T ry sitting home on a rainy day and you will experience a surreal pause from the fast-paced life. All the sounds including that of the rain beating against the window panes or a cricket chirping come magically into the focus. Strangely, this can give rise to a melancholic feeling.So why not use these heightened senses to listen to something for a fulfilling experience? Here is a list of some of the hand-picked podcasts you can tune into on Hubhopper. Also Read – An income drop can harm brain Baatein by Chhaya Dabas’Baatein’ is all about cutting off from the maddening city life and connecting with yourself and others through poetry. Breaking it down to decipher the underlying meaning of the poem, the podcast converts it into regular conversations. Stories of Premchand This podcast has the most loved stories of all times, and narrates each story at its own unique pace. Listening to a Premchand, one can feel the story world come alive. It gives a deeply enriching experience, and an unparalleled value in an age where we don’t have enough time to read novels. Also Read – Shallu Jindal honoured with Mahatma AwardKachi Mitti – A Body of Barefoot StoriesNarrating stories with a unique perspective, this podcast can have a calming effect on you. It creatively explores different topics through seemingly simple stories. Listening to it, one can feel enlightened. Spanecdotes by SonataSonata shares her adventures and experiences in Delhi and different lessons about life through this podcast. It is entertaining and highly relatable for the millennials. It makes use of refreshing language to capture your interest and effectively convey the message intended. Daily Meditation PodcastThere is nothing more calming than de-stressing at home while listening to the rain drops’ sound. This podcast has a series of meditation sessions, to help you get ou mentally relaxed and focused through various events of your day. The sessions are short and effective. You can just quickly plug-in to your earphones at any point of your day – before starting your day, while travelling or at the end of a stressful day. (Inputs by Gautam Raj Anand, Founder, and CEO, Hubhopper).
The deadline for Aecon Group Inc. to complete its sale to a Chinese state-owned business has been extended to July 13 as Ottawa continues its national security review of the $1.5-billion deal.The Toronto-based construction company and acquirer CCCC International Holding Ltd. (CCCI) had faced a self-imposed deadline of Friday to close the controversial transaction.“The parties chose to extend the outside date because of the ongoing review of the proposed transaction under the Investment Canada Act,” Aecon said in a brief statement on Wednesday.“As Aecon previously disclosed in February, its expectation is that, assuming approval under the Investment Canada Act and the satisfaction of other customary closing conditions for a transaction of this nature, the transaction will close before the end of the second quarter and before the July 13, 2018, outside date of the arrangement agreement.”The national security review ordered by Ottawa in February was to wrap up within 45 days, or late this week, but Navdeep Bains, minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, wouldn’t say Wednesday if it was being extended.“We will take the appropriate time that we need,” the minister said. “So it’s not about any specific date, it’s making sure we do our proper due diligence.”He wouldn’t say what issues the review is examining, nor would he speculate about what measures it may order.The review’s extension for a second 45-day period can be inferred by the Aecon news release and comes as no shock, said analyst Derek Spronck of RBC Dominion Securities in a note to investors.“Due to the nature of the transaction, the government previously indicated that it will need to do a comprehensive and thorough review and, as such, the extension of the outside date is not surprising,” he wrote.“The government clearly invoked this second 45-day review period,” he said, pegging a potential decision by May 11.Analyst Chris Murray of AltaCorp Capital said in a report Wednesday he continues to believe the government will demand changes as a condition of approval. He said previously the government might order the sale of Aecon’s telecom infrastructure group, which builds core communications networks for several major Canadian carriers.“Given the precedents set through prior security reviews, we believe it likely that there could be some impact to the transaction, which could include divestitures or other conditions being imposed, which could prompt further delays or changes in the transaction,” he wrote.The takeover of Aecon by CCCI has been criticized by several people, including Conservative MP Tony Clement, a former industry minister.Government approval under the Investment Canada Act is the last major hurdle that Aecon must clear to close the deal.The company has already received approval from the Competition Bureau, Aecon shareholders and the Chinese government.With a file from Ross Marowits in Montreal.Follow @HealingSlowly on Twitter.Companies in this story: (TSX:ARE)Note to readers: This is a corrected story. A previous version said the company’s headquarters is in Calgary.
JASPER, Alta. — One person has died and another was taken to hospital after a small plane crashed into a river in western Alberta.RCMP Const. Shelley Nasheim says the aircraft was attempting to take off from an airstrip near Jasper on Sunday around 1:30 p.m. when it crashed into a nearby river.CityNews map showing approximately where a deadly plane crash happened, July 21, 2019. (CREDIT: CityNews)Nasheim says it appears there were only two people on board.The single passenger–a 31-year-old man–was pronounced dead on scene. The man who was piloting the flight was rushed to an Edmonton hospital by STARS Air Ambulance and is in serious but stable condition.The identities of the two people have not yet been released.The Transportation Safety Board has been called in to investigate.The Canadian Press
In an address yesterday to Cambodia’s National Assembly, Mary Robinson, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said that Southeast Asia remained a major centre for the trafficking of women and children, with more than 200,000 persons trafficked in the region every year.The High Commissioner noted that the scourge was a cross-border issue in Southeast Asia. Cambodia was a source, as well as transit and receiving country. Vietnamese girls and women were trafficked into Cambodia, while Cambodian children, women and men were sent to Thailand and other countries to do the most degrading work.”The women and children who are subjected to this inhumane cruelty are not foreign to us,” Mrs. Robinson said of the victims. “They are our sisters and daughters, they are our children. This trafficking in them must stop.”She urged all countries in the region to work together to end what she called “this vicious and inhuman trade.” In her appeal, Mrs. Robinson urged governments in the region to adopt national action plans to combat trafficking as part of the UN’s Inter-Agency Project on Trafficking in Women and Children in the Mekong Sub-Region.The High Commissioner stressed that human rights must be the core of any credible anti- trafficking strategy. “A human rights approach also demands that we acknowledge the responsibility of governments to protect and promote the rights of all persons within their jurisdictions,” she said. “This responsibility translates into a legal obligation for governments to work towards eliminating trafficking and related exploitation.”
by The Canadian Press Posted Feb 8, 2013 3:18 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Report says Saskatchewan potash royalty system ‘a mess,’ urges simpler approach SASKATOON – A tax policy expert says Saskatchewan’s potash royalty structure is a complicated “mess” and Premier Brad Wall has “his head in the sand” if he thinks it’s working.Jack Mintz, with the University of Calgary, said in report released Friday that the current royalty and tax system for Saskatchewan’s potash industry “has actually reached the point of incoherence and absurdity.”“It’s incredible, really,” Mintz said at a news conference in Saskatoon.“I mean I’ve worked (in) a lot of countries and this is absolutely incredible as a system. In fact, in my view it’s the worst royalty system I’ve seen in Canada.”The report said the “tangled thicket of royalties, taxes and credits” can differ between start dates for production, projects of different sizes or even projects of similar size but with different profitability. It also has potash producers generally enjoying a much lighter tax burden on marginal investments than those in other industries, according to the report.“The result is distortions and inefficiencies, resulting in subpar investment activity, which can only stand in the way of Saskatchewan reaching its full economic potential.”The government collects royalty money from companies that develop resources and that has helped fill provincial coffers.The potash royalty system has layers of levies, includes a production-based levy, revenue-based levies, profit-based taxes and other taxes on capital investment.Investments are treated differently according to whether the company existed prior to 2002.For those producing potash in 2001 and 2002, the maximum taxable volume is their average sales in 2001-2002. However, for those who were not producing potash until after 2002, their maximum taxable amount is 75 per cent of their sales but for no more than 1 million tonnes.All of it is overly complex, said the report.“Such complexity not only undermines economic efficiency…but also causes confusion and wasted resources in compliance and administration.”The report said that needs to change. It said it’s possible to develop a far simpler and efficient royalty structure.“Such a properly structured royalty and tax system can deliver improved productivity, without reducing investment incentives, resulting in a better partnership for both Saskatchewan’s industry and government in the long run.”Wall mused in August 2012 about adjusting the way the province collects money from companies that extract natural resources.The premier said companies should have royalty stability especially after they’ve spent billions investing in the economy. But he also said it’s important that taxpayers are properly compensated if in 20 years potash production has doubled.However, the premier also said it could be years before the discussion gets into any specific detail and there might just be some tweaking rather than any major adjustments. Wall also said the province and industry would work together to avoid “royalty shock.”Wall said Thursday that he had heard a little about the report and was braced for it.“It wouldn’t be the first broadside that Jack has delivered. He’s very good at what he does,” Wall said before the report was released.“I think it’s good for all governments to have someone on that flank, so to speak, on the tax competitiveness and simplicity flank, always pushing the envelope. It’s helpful to us.“But I would just say this — of all of the jurisdictions in the world that have potash…I don’t where there’s one that is welcoming about $12 billion in expansion, thousands of construction jobs, hundreds of new jobs to come and so, while there obviously are anomalies within the system, it seems to be working pretty good for the province’s economy.”Mintz suggested the premier’s not seeing the whole picture.“I’m afraid the premier has got his head in the sand,” said Mintz.“Just because you’re getting $12 billion more in the potash industry doesn’t mean you’re necessarily getting a high amount of investment in Saskatchewan on the whole. So I think you want to make sure that you’re actually developing the economy in a very balanced way.”— By Jennifer Graham in Regina; With files from CJWW
Thanks to the work of two Brock professors, first-year university students studying biology in Canada will no longer have to rely on U.S. textbooks.Professors Fiona Hunter and Mike Bidochka from the Department of Biological Sciences were instrumental in the development of a newly published “made-in-Canada” biology textbook along with two other professors from the University of Toronto, Scarborough.Publisher McGraw-Hill Ryerson held an official launch for Biology Canadian Edition last week at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.“There are dozens of American introductory biology textbooks being used in universities all across Canada,” Hunter said. “This text is the first book of its kind to be published with a Canadian perspective in mind. It includes many examples of Canadians’ contributions to discoveries in biology, which we hope will motivate students to see themselves as ‘scientists in training’.”“The Canadian edition of this popular book features more of the type of content requested by educators,” Bidochka said. “The book features interviews with Canadian scientists, topical discussion around Canadian research in the field and it also has an extensive interactive component.”Professor Hunter is a medical entomologist and an international leader in biting fly research. She is one of the few remaining medical entomologists in Canada. Areas of interest include the behavioural ecology of black flies, the chromosomal systematics of black flies and West Nile virus mosquito surveillance.Professor Bidochka is a molecular biologist and registered microbiologist who looks at insect-pathogen interactions, assessing virulence factors. His lab focuses on obtaining knowledge on the basic biology and molecular genetics of insect pathogenic fungi so that they might be used more effectively for biocontrol.Both professors have worked with the internationally renowned Edinburgh Malaria Research Group at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. They have both conducted work in areas related to malaria transmission and malaria control.
AN EXPLOSION RIPS through a chemical weapons depot. Bleeding victims stumble out of the building and scream for help.Six inspectors from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) have just arrived at the scene and hit the ground.Was it an attack or an accident that tore through the building and shattered the calm of the foggy countryside? What are the immediate threats? What to do?With real-life scenarios such as this one, as well as simulated combat and hostage situations, the German military is training chemical weapons inspectors headed into Syria.“If you venture into places like this, you should forget Hollywood,” said Colonel Reinhard Barz, head of the German military’s UN Training Centre in Wildflecken, Bavaria.UN vehicles in Syria (AP Photo) Most people only know such situations from war movies or media reports and, if headed there, need realistic hostile environment “awareness training”, said Barz.This is especially true for Syria, “certainly one of the hottest patches we have right now”, he said.The inspectors will have to cross territory controlled by different armed factions, may come under fire and face explosives attacks, “and they must realise that they could be wounded,” said the colonel.The conflict in Syria has claimed more than 100,000 lives in two and half years.Many members of a new batch of 24 inspectors of the OPCW, the body that won this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, are headed straight to one of the world’s worst frontlines, some as early as this week.To prepare them for the dangers that await, OPCW arms specialists, chemical weapons experts and translators from 17 countries joined the training course last week at the German Bundeswehr’s United Nations Training Centre.Inspectors sent into ‘middle of ongoing conflict’“All of our inspectors have to go through this course,” said Franz Ontal, head of inspector training at The Hague-based OPCW, who called the time in Germany “very rewarding”.Ontal said that, despite the organisation’s long-standing expertise with chemical weapons, “the difference now is that we are active in the middle of an ongoing conflict”.The mission resulted from a US-Russian agreement after the United States threatened the Damascus regime with punitive strikes over a deadly August 21 chemical attack attributed to the forces of President Bashar al-Assad, who has denied culpability.About 60 experts and other staff of the UN and the OPCW have been engaged in Syria since October 1, with their numbers set to be boosted to up to 100.The Bundeswehr centre every year trains some 12,000 soldiers and police, UN staff, employees of various organisations that operate in dangerous areas, including from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe, and participants in European Union missions.The job aheadOntal said he was happy with how the inspectors, who were wearing helmets and flak jackets for the exercise, reacted to the explosion scenario.“They immediately recognised that it was an accident in the chemical weapons storage facility and not a hostile situation,” he said.The inspectors gave first aid, applied bandages and took the wounded to safety.“They reacted exactly as they were supposed to,” said Ontal.The goal of the Syria mission under a UN resolution is to make Syria’s chemical weapons production facilities unusable by November 1 and to catalogue and destroy the regime’s chemical weapons arsenal by June 30.It’s a tight timeframe, said Ontal, a US citizen who is also headed for Syria.“Even in a country at peace, such a mission would usually take years,” he said.- © AFP, 2013Read: UN chemical inspectors shot at in Syria > Syria: Inspectors prepare to destroy chemical weapons >
Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article By Aoife Barry Irish men to drive from Mayo to Mongolia to raise money for the homeless They’ll set off on the adventure on 7 July. Feb 18th 2018, 8:00 AM Image: Nax Nash Cars taking part in the Mongol Rally in 2014. Image: Nax Nash http://jrnl.ie/3848824 Cars taking part in the Mongol Rally in 2014. 44 Comments Share329 Tweet Email1 FOUR IRISH FRIENDS are to journey from Mayo to Mongolia in order to raise thousands for the homeless.The foursome will drive from Ireland to Russia and then on to Mongolia as part of the famous intercontinental Mongol Rally, and want to raise money for the Dublin Simon Community along the way.It’s brilliantly simple. We give you a start point and a finish point but where you go or what you do in between is entirely your steaming bag of adventuring magic. We recommend that you don’t spend too long planning your route or pouring over useful maps or guidebooks. Find out what’s there when you arrive. Unleash the unexpected. – Mongol Rally organisersTo date they have fundraised over €3,250 for their chosen charity, the Simon Community. They have pledged to donate 100% of this money to the charity – their car for the trip is sponsored by JJ Burke’s garage in Co Mayo.“We’re four friends – three from Mayo and one from Greystones,” explained Ben Ruddy. “We wanted to do something for charity and we were thinking these days you have to do something big to get people’s attention.”Wicklow man Luke Cafferky and Mayo men Ruddy, Dave Kelly, and Joe McGing, make up the group. Kelly and Ruddy grew up together, and met Cafferky while travelling in South America. With Ruddy having worked in South Korea for the last seven years, the men are travelling some distances to reunite for the challenge.As “mad travellers”, they thought the long trip would be perfect for them.The Mongol Rally began in 2004, with just six teams taking part in the first event. Though the event used to end in Mongolia, now it technically ends in Russia, after the drivers pass through Mongolia.Ruddy volunteered with the Simon Community while in college, so he said he always wanted to go back and do something else to help them. “I knew there was such a spiralling problem with homelessness in the Leinster region,” he explained. “So we decided to go with Dublin Simon Community. ”On 7 July, they will leave Westport, take the ferry from Rosslare and begin their trip to Mongolia. To make things even more interesting, they will be travelling in a 1.2 litre Clio.“We’ll be passing through Iran, Kazakhstan and Mongolia so we are hoping to take a less well-travelled path to get out there,” said Ruddy. They are also planning to raise money right up until they arrive in Mongolia, in September.It will take about three months to complete the journey. Around 350 cars are taking part this year, so the group won’t be alone in their challenge.“So we will definitely be in touch with other teams and it’s definitely a case of helping each other cross the finish line,” said Ruddy. The event isn’t a race, he said. “It doesn’t matter how long it takes you. There is a closing date to get there – September 10, but most people don’t mind. It’s the camaraderie and the journey rather than a race.”Plus, with a limit of a 1.2l car engine, they can’t exactly travel fast anyway.The four men know that taking part in such a challenge will be, well, challenging. “We will definitely have problems along the way,” said Ruddy. “We barely know how to change a tyre! It’s going to be interesting – there’s definitely not a mechanical bone between us. If we break down we’ll have to get on the good side of the locals.”“We think it will be good challenge – we definitely are determined to get out there,” he added.“We are hoping we will get to €5000 or more,” said Ruddy of their fundraising goal. “We really need to get sponsors behind us.”They have even set up a site where people can follow their progress and donate if they wish.Read: Over 8,500 people spent Christmas Day in emergency accommodation> Short URL 27,151 Views Sunday 18 Feb 2018, 8:00 AM
Facebook : le projet Titan avancerait à pas de géantÉtats-Unis – D’après les informations circulant sur la toile, Facebook serait sur le point de développer son propre webmail.Selon Techcrunch, le célèbre blog américain d’actualité du web, Facebook met au point son propre système de messagerie électronique. Étant donné que le système de messagerie actuel du réseau social est défaillant, la conception d’un site d’actualité combiné à une messagerie électronique sous l’enseigne de Facebook est à prévoir.À lire aussiFossile, Mars et Google Chrome, les actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 4 juinBaptisée “projet Titan”, cette entreprise a une “dimension sociale et communautaire”, explique Techcrunch. Elle devrait permettre de fidéliser les internautes et d’acquérir de nouvelles parts de marché. En France, les leaders du marché sont Hotmail, Orange et Yahoo! On peut imaginer que Facebook veuille les concurrencer.Une menace pour Google : en effet, le bébé de Mark Zuckerberg, qui a fêté ses six ans la semaine dernière, représente 25% des pages vues sur la toile aux États-Unis chaque jour. Le projet Titan pourrait bien porter atteinte à la santé du leader mondial de l’actualité.Le 8 février 2010 à 12:12 • Emmanuel Perrin
Under collective bargaining agreements approved Tuesday for 460 Clark County employees, wages will be frozen for two years. And, for the first time, full-time county employees will pay a portion of their health care premiums starting in January 2012.Francine Reis, the county’s human resources director, said negotiations are ongoing with unions that represent other county employees. The agreements unanimously approved Tuesday by Clark County commissioners were with Office and Professional Employees International Union Local 11, International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers Local 17 and Laborers International Union of North America Local 335.The unions represent engineers, appraisers, office staff and other employees, and the agreements were worked out over 16 months, Reis said. The previous contracts had expired in June 2009, so the wage freeze applies to 2010 and 2011.In 2012, the employees will receive a 2 percent raise. They had been receiving, on average, a 3 percent raise every year.Responding to criticism from residents who testified that public employees get a much sweeter deal than private-sector employees, Commissioner Tom Mielke said it all averages out. “Our CEO makes a fraction of what the CEO of G.E. makes, while our truck drivers might make a little more,” Mielke said. County Administrator Bill Barron earns $170,000 a year. His salary, along with the wages of 280 management employees, has been frozen for two years.To Mielke’s point, the CEO of General Electric has a base salary of $3.3 million and total compensation package of $9.8 million in 2009, according to Forbes magazine.
WILMINGTON, MA — All aboard! Greenberg’s Great Train & Toy Show stops in Wilmington on Saturday, November 17, from 10am to 4pm, and Sunday, November 18, from 10am to 4pm at the Shriners Auditorium (99 Fordham Road).Greeberg’s Great Train & Toy Show is the largest and longest-running model train and collectible toy show in the country. The show is geared towards the general public and towards modelers and hobbyists, featuring hundreds of tables of trains and accessories for sale, huge operating exhibits, activities for kids, and more.The show features:Hundreds of Tables of Trains for SaleExhibitors from Across the CountryHuge Operating Model Train DisplaysFree Workshops and DemonstrationsRiding Train for Kids and AdultsInteractive Slot Car RacetrackModel Trains That Kids Can OperateFree Door Prize GiveawaysFree Test Track – Test Run Your Trains at the ShowPlus Much, Much More!Adult Admission is $10 Saturday or $9 Sunday. (On-site ticket sales are cash only.) Kids 11 and under are admitted FREE and do NOT need a ticket. Parking is FREE.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSAVE THE DATE: Huge Train Show Coming To Shriners Auditorium On November 23-24In “Community”Huge Train & Toy Show Coming To Wilmington On March 23-24In “Community”Huge Train & Toy Show Coming To Wilmington On March 17-18In “Community”
Salwan Georges/The Washington Post/Getty ImagesOn Thursday ICE officials confirmed at least six immigrant detainees on a hunger strike are being force-fed through a nasal tube.At least six immigrant detainees on a hunger strike have been force-fed through nasal tubes by immigration authorities, while nine other asylum-seekers are starving themselves, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement confirmed on Thursday.Eleven of the detainees refusing food, some for more than a month, are in custody at the El Paso Processing Center. Four others are in ICE detentions centers across the country: one each in Miami, Phoenix, San Diego and San Francisco.Ruby Kaur, a lawyer for two of the detainees in Texas says her clients, like the majority of those taking part in the hunger strike there, are Indian immigrants who entered the U.S. through southern border more than six months ago and turned themselves in to officials.“They have tubes that have been shoved through their noses and IV’s giving them fluids. It’s extremely painful and it’s against their will,” Kaur told NPR, adding that as recently as Thursday morning her clients told her in a phone conversation that they are experiencing nasal and rectal bleeding and vomiting.They began the hunger strike at the start of the new year to call attention to what they say are inhumane conditions, repeated verbal threats of deportation and debilitating angst created by a total absence of information about their impending asylum cases.Kaur said that up until 10 days ago — about the time a federal judge ordered the nasogastric intubation — both of her clients and several others, were held in solitary confinement for two weeks “to intimidate them” into ending the protest.“They want to get out and be with their families. They want move forward with their legal cases,” Kaur explained, adding that each of her clients have extended family living in the U.S.ICE acknowledged that officials had resorted to the extraordinary step of acting on the court orders to force feed the detainees after the Associated Press broke the story Thursday.In a statement the agency said, it “fully respects the rights of all people to voice their opinion without interference,” and “does not retaliate in any way against hunger strikers.”Interventions are triggered when a detainee does not eat for nine consecutive meals or 72 hours.According to the statement, the ICE Health Services Corps is “medically monitoring the detainees’ health and regularly updating ICE of their medical status.” Additionally, the agency says officials have explained the negative health effects of not eating to the detainees participating in the protest.But Kaur says that is untrue.“My clients don’t speak any English, and part of the reason they are doing the hunger strike is that ICE has not provided them with anyone who can speak Punjabi,” she said.While ICE did not respond to NPR’s questions regarding the allegations of solitary confinement, the agency’s policy states, “When medically advisable, a detainee on a hunger strike shall be isolated for close supervision, observation and monitoring.”Detainees have been joining the self-imposed hunger strike in stages. The statement from ICE said two detainees began on Dec. 30. Three more began on Jan. 2 and four started their protest on Jan. 5. The final two started on Jan. 30.A federal judge in the Western District of Texas signed all six of the “non-consensual hydration/feeding” order between Jan. 15 and Jan. 17, according to the ICE statement.Christina Fialho, director of Freedom for Immigrants, has been working on behalf of nine asylum seekers involved in the protest in El Paso, including those being force-fed, but she said there are currently dozens refusing to eat.The organization says it has reports of approximately 30 detainees staging their own hunger strikes. Most are Sikh men from India, but they also include Cuban and Honduran asylum seekers.Since May 2015, the nonprofit group has documented nearly 1,400 cases of individuals staging hunger strikes in 18 detention centers nationwide. But Fialho said she is only aware of one instance in which the court granted ICE officials at a detention facility in Georgia the authority to force feed a man. However, in that case, the individual ended his protest rather than be subjected to the nasogastric procedure.Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org. Share
Haryana Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki visited the Haryana Pavilion set up in the ongoing India International Trade Fair 2015 at Pragati Maidan in the national Capital. The Governor viewed in the products produced in the industrial units set up by women entrepreneurs.Speaking on the occasion, the Governor said, “Haryana Pavilion has been decorated as per the theme of ‘Make in India’. The progress of Haryana has been made explicit through the decoration. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’While looking at the stall of ‘Skill Development’, he added “This would provide employment opportunities to the youth of the state. He said that skill development should also be propagated and publicised in the rural regions of the state so that rural people could also be benefitted through it.”The talking dustbin equipped with sensors displayed by the students of Manav Rachna University Faridabad also attracted attention. The Governor highly appreciated the foot wears of Jhajjar and artificial jewelry displayed by women belonging to Gurgaon and Faridabad.Prof Solanki also over viewed the food products displayed by Haryana Dairy Development Co-Operative Federation , Vita and HAFED. Secretary of the Governor Neelam P Kasni, Resident Commissioner and Chief Administrator of Haryana Trade Fair Authority Anand Mohan Sharan, Administrator of Haryana Trade Fair Authority Shyamal Misra and various other dignitaries were present.
The healthcare job market is experiencing a boom.According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, healthcare employment numbers jumped by 42,000 in January, with the industry having added a whopping 368,000 jobs over the previous year. A strong economic foundation has helped this boost, but so has availability of game-changing technology. New innovations opened up new opportunities, which in turn created more jobs.However, as the healthcare industry continues to grow, so will its expenses, which could become unsustainable if left unaddressed. This might be worrisome to healthcare workers (especially newer ones). But for entrepreneurs looking for a healthcare entry point via technological innovation, now may be the perfect time to take a chance.Related: How Technology can be Leveraged to Offer Personal Healthcare Management ServicesLet tech cure what ails healthcare.Breakdowns exist in the healthcare system, specifically in the efficiency and accuracy of patient care. Blockchain and similarly inclined tech solutions can fill those gaps, if any enterprising entrepreneur is willing to jump in.Opportunities — small and large — exist for technology to improve the healthcare system. These are three pressing needs that leaders can address by integrating tech into their business models:1. An improved information repository.For a long time, healthcare providers were siloed and rarely shared data with others, leaving no room for the growth of an information ecosystem. For instance, different software standards make it harder for hospitals and emergency medical services to share data. However, if medical personnel could access patient records in real time, they could provide timely treatment and avoid harmful or fatal mistakes.Because data has been siloed for so long, no provider has built a broad repository meant to analyze the correlation of data from a variety of medical sources. A repository powered by AI and blockchain could identify anomalies that could lead to the treatment, cure and prevention of a bevy of diseases.Blockchain, for example, can be the conduit that helps healthcare bring those visions to reality. Right now, analytics decipher big data in order to understand micro-data points, which can yield inaccuracies. But because blockchain deals with data assets, that micro-data comes into focus and more accurate outcomes are reached. Blockchain allows healthcare data to be shared in a more secure and transparent way and maintains data integrity to protect it from manipulation.Companies such as Healx are beginning to harness the power of AI for just this purpose. Healx uses machine learning to improve drug discovery and help find cures for rare diseases, research for which is often overlooked and underfunded. This type of repository is also perfect for blockchain, ensuring that data can be disseminated all over the globe safely and easily.Related: 5 Ways Artificial Intelligence May Effect Health Care in the Near Future and What That Means for You2. Better patient engagement.Patient treatment shouldn’t begin and end inside the doctor’s office — it should start well before that. Technology presents an opportunity for healthcare leaders to develop solutions that improve the entire patient life cycle. The right patient care solution has the potential to boost patient experience, revenue life cycle, and profitability.Some providers are already experimenting with AI to streamline the patient experience. Pharmacies are using smart calendar software that knows when patients need to make another visit or refill prescriptions. Some can even call patients to book appointments. AI-driven solutions will only become more necessary as healthcare systems such as the NHS face an increase in patients and a drop in qualified employees to handle them.Entrepreneurs should prioritize AI projects that can help patients find the right doctors, hospitals, insurance solutions, and even the right medicine. If a startup can fill this gap, it’s a win-win for healthcare providers and their patients.3. An automated collection of data.According to a study by Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, 86 percent of healthcare mistakes are administrative. People often lose health insurance or pay higher prices simply because of inaccurate data collection.Robotic process automation could prevent many of these errors, offering a more accurate solution for collecting, processing and sharing data. Insurance startups such as Lemonade already use automated data collection to pay out claims almost instantly, with significantly fewer errors than traditional people-driven methods.Here, again, blockchain offers a chance to create a better way of doing things for entrepreneurs looking to fill these gaps. Blockchain medical records and clinical trial data can provide new levels of security and ensure the integrity of data being collected.Related: 3 Major Industries in Which Blockchain Technology Is Changing Life As We Know ItThe healthcare system is bogged down by data silos and draconian data policies that help neither patients nor doctors. As costs rise and patient demand increases, healthcare companies will be desperate to find innovative and cost-efficient solutions that allow effective and efficient patient care. This environment is exactly where tech startups trying to find new ways to use blockchain and automation to drive the next big thing can flourish. 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Fix Critical Process Died in Windows 10 Error by Melanie Gross on May 10, 2017 in Windows – Last Update: May 22, 2018 – 18 commentsIf you’re here because a Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) with the error Critical_Process_Died message popped up on your screen, interrupting your work and causing your computer to reboot, then you can let out a sigh of relief: we have some solutions for you.BSoDs, also known as STOP errors or STOP codes, are part of the Windows operating system since Windows NT 3.1, which was released in 1993. Considered by many users as the most annoying part of the operating system, these special error messages are displayed when a fatal system error happens. Their purpose is to inform the user about the potential cause and prevent damage to the system. Typical causes of BSoDs include software bugs, bad drivers, faulty memory, power supply issues, overheating, and overclocking, just to name a few. There are over 500 known BSoD error codes, including the code of 0x000000EF, which refers to the Windows 10 error Critical_Process_Died.When the Critical_Process_Died error happens in Windows 10, you see nothing but a blue screen with the following error message:Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We’re just collecting some error info, and then we’ll restart for you.If you’d like to know more, you can search online later for this error: CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIEDSo, you search for the error only to find little to know useful information. That’s where this article comes in. Even if you are far from being a computer wizard who lives in the command line, you’ll be able to get rid of this pesky BSoD in no time.What Causes the Critical Process Died Error?The Windows operating system ensures that only authorized applications can access certain data and parts of the system. When a critical component of Windows detects an unauthorized modification to its data, it immediately steps in, causing the Critical Process Died error to happen.In most cases, the culprit is a buggy driver. For example, sound card drivers are notoriously full of bugs, and the same applies to certain printers and wireless expansion cards. But sometimes the cause of the error isn’t immediately obvious. There are reports of the Critical_Process_Died error happening to owners of brand-new laptops, and it’s not unheard of for the error to spontaneously start happening on a computer that has been running flawlessly for years.That’s why it’s paramount to take a broader approach and address multiple potential causes at once. You may start with any method described in this article or try them one by one—it’s entirely up to you. We highly recommend you perform throughout testing after every step you take, so you know which solution was the right one.How to Fix Critical Process Died Error in Windows 10?From poorly written device drivers to damaged system files to viruses to faulty storage devices, the following solutions address all of these issues. You don’t have to be a computer expert to implement them, either—just follow our instructions and move at your own pace.Safe Mode and Clean BootDepending on how deep the problem causing the Critical_Process_Died error goes, you may not be able to boot your PC. This often happens when a corrupted driver is initialized as soon as Windows loads up. If you can’t log in, how can you fix anything? The answer is simple: get into Safe Mode or perform Clean Boot.How to enter Safe Mode in Windows 10:Try booting several times until you see a list of three boot options.Click on Troubleshoot to see advanced options.Select Advanced options.Select Startup Settings.Click on the Restart button.Select Enable Safe Mode.If you can log in, you can also use Clean Boot, which starts Windows by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs.How to perform Clean Boot in Windows 10:Open the start menu and type “msconfig.”Hit enter to open the System Configuration application.Go to the Services tab and check the Hide all Microsoft services option.Go to the Startup tab and click Open Task Manager.Disable all services you see.Restart your computer.Both Safe Mode and Clean Boot should temporarily fix the Critical_Process_Died error, allowing you to apply the solutions described below.Revert to the Previous Working StateAssuming your operating system had been working just fine until you’ve installed an update or a new driver, the simplest solution how to get rid of the Critical_Process_Died error is to revert to the previous working state.You can either manually uninstall the problematic piece of software or use System Restore to go back in time and use automatically created backups that Windows 10 kindly creates for you before every major update or system change. How to use system restore in Windows 10:Open the Start menu.Type “system restore.”Click on the Create a restore point option.Under System Protection, click on System Restore…A dialog window will appear and show you all restore points available.Select any restore point you want and confirm your selection.Wait until Windows finishes making changes.While the restore feature won’t delete your personal documents and files, it may delete some applications and settings. Windows 10 allows you to scan for programs and drivers that will be deleted when you revert to a previous version. Note them down and reinstall them with utmost caution.Update DriversAging system drivers can wreak havoc on any computer. Some hardware manufacturers offer handy software utilities that take care of driver updates for you, but most leave this critical procedure up to users.When you purchase a new device, go straight to the official website of the manufacturer and download the latest drivers of the support page. Avoid beta drivers as well as unsigned drivers from hardware manufacturers with shady reputation.Microsoft’s Driver Verifier can help you monitor Windows kernel-mode drivers and graphics drivers to detect illegal function calls or actions that might corrupt the system. This handy utility is part of Windows 10, and you can launch it by typing “verifier” into a Command Prompt window. You can also download applications capable of automatically updating all installed drivers at once. These include DriverPack Solution, SlimDrivers, Driver Easy, and others.Perform Hardware TestsWhenever you built or buy a new PC, it’s a good idea to test how stable it is. To start, we recommend you put your computer under heavy load using a free stress test tool like the fittingly-named HeavyLoad utility. You want your computer to stay stable indefinitely under any load, if it fails to do so, it’s time to test individual components.MemTest86 is the most popular memory test software, with the origin going back to 1994. CrystalDiskInfo can help you take advantage of the S.M.A.R.T. monitoring system included in all modern computer hard disk drives and solid-state drives. With it, you can see disk error codes, detect a possible imminent drive failure, and more. A solid temperature monitoring program, such as Open Hardware Monitor, provides insight into how hot or cold your computer is running.Use the System File Checker (SFC) ToolSystem File Checker, commonly known as SFC, is a utility in Windows that makes it possible for users to scan for corruption in Windows system files and restore corrupted files. The utility looks for files that fall under Windows Resource Protection (WRP), which prevents the replacement of essential system files, folders, and registry keys that are installed as part of the operating system, as described by Microsoft.How to use the SFC tool to repair system files:Open the Start menu.Type “cmd.”Right-click on the first result (Command Prompt) and select Run as administrator.Type “sfc /scannow” and hit enter.Wait for the process to finish and restart your computer.Scan for MalwareWith around 200,000 new malware samples released every day, no computer connected to the internet is truly safe. While modern anti-malware solutions offer a satisfactory level of protection against the latest cyber threats, your operating system can still become infected, and you may not even know about it.We recommend an on-demand malware scanner such as Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, AdwCleaner, HitmanPro, or SUPERAntiSpyware. These advanced security solutions can work alongside your current virus scanner, increasing your chances of catching even the nastiest cyber-bugs before they can cause any damage.Keep in mind that you should always address the root cause of the infection—not just put a Band-Aid on it. Consider disabling Flash in your web browser, install an ad-blocker, and avoid visiting harmful sites full of invasive adds.Last Resort: Reinstall Your Operating SystemWhen everything else fails, it’s time to reinstall your operating system. Sometimes it’s just quicker and easier to back up important data and start from scratch than spend hours and hours trying to find the right solution.Grab a USB drive, back up your documents, music, pictures, videos, and everything else that you don’t want to lose and find the official installation medium of Windows 10. Let the installer wipe out your entire system partition and complete the installation procedure.Before you start installing your system drivers and your favorite software, spend a few hours using Windows 10 without any extras to verify that the reinstall has fixed the Critical_Process_Died error. Once you’re sure, add programs slowly, always taking a lot of time to ensure that everything works as it should.Final WordsIf you try each above-described method, you should solve the Windows 10 error Critical_Process_Died in no time. The good news is that once you solve it once, it’s highly unlikely that it will ever make a comeback. What’s more, the methods described in this article can be used to diagnose and solve many other BSoD error codes and other computer problems.SummaryArticle NameFix Critical Process Died in Windows 10 ErrorDescriptionThe following troubleshooting guide provides you with information on the Windows 10 Blue Screen of Death (BSod) error Critical_Process_Died.Author Melanie GrossPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
Heathrow is becoming a “secondary hub” according to Mr Bisignani Source = e-Travel Blackboard: M.H The British Government has been told that it needs to take a more global approach to aviation, including action on climate change, in order to improve its international competitiveness in air transport. In a speech given to London’s Aviation Club, International Air Transport Association (IATA) director general and chief executive Giovanni Bisignani said the UK could not afford to live off the reputation it has as an historic leader in aviation. “The UK has a great tradition of leadership in aviation,” Mr Bisignani said. “But any industry can only take so many knocks before the damage is permanent.” Mr Bisignani took particular aim at the UK government’s archaic policy agenda on aviation which “seems intent on destroying its competitiveness”. “The government’s policy pillars of excessive taxes, inefficient airport regulation and limiting growth will destroy the UK’s proud aviation legacy,” Mr Bisignani said. According to the World Economic Forum’s Travel and Tourism Competitiveness report, the UK ranks last out of 133 countries for cost competitiveness, 129th on fuel prices and 121st on ticket taxes and airport fees. “The economic regulatory model for airports is broken and must be urgently fixed,” Mr Bisignani said. The Montreal-based IATA chief also called for the scrapping of the UK government’s new Air Passenger Duty (APD), which at GBP2.7 billion was “enough to offset all of the UK’s aviation emissions … four times”. “Environment policy should not be designed around paying the bills for the government’s failure to effectively regulate the financial sector,” Mr Bisignani said.Additionally, the IATA boss called on UK airports to be better prepared for the effects of severe weather saying that the “inconvenience to passengers and the paralysis of the UK economy for days” due to last December’s snowstorms was “not acceptable from any perspective”.
Disney’s annual travel trade training event, the ‘Disney Days Roadshow’ is back, touring seven locations across Australia, providing agents with an opportunity to learn about the latest developments at Disney Destinations globally – AND – be treated to a preview screening of Disney.Pixar’s latest movie ‘Incredibles 2’.The Disney Days Roadshow 2018 will provide agents with training on a comprehensive list of Disney Destinations including: Disneyland Resort in California; Walt Disney World Resort in Florida; Aulani – A Disney Resort & Spa in Hawaii; Disney Cruise Line; Hong Kong Disneyland; Disneyland Paris; and Shanghai Disney Resort.“The training event enables agents to receive the latest information on the new and exciting attractions, shows and activities to experience across our Disney Parks and Resorts. Agents will hear about the newly re-imagined Pixar Pier at Disneyland Resort in California as well as the two new Toy Story Lands recently opened at Walt Disney World in Florida and Shanghai Disney Resort” explained David Clark, Head of Disney Destinations Australia & New Zealand.1500 agents attended the Disney Days Roadshow 2017 so agents are urged to register their interest as soon as possible.The Disney Days Roadshow 2018 is set to take place in the following locations:Chadstone, Melbourne – Monday 25 JuneHighpoint, Melbourne – Tuesday 26 JuneChermside, Brisbane – Wednesday 27 JuneGarden City, Brisbane – Thursday 28 JuneParramatta, Sydney – Monday 2 JulyCBD, Sydney – Tuesday 3 JulyKotara, Newcastle – Wednesday 4 JulyClick here to register interest for any of the events.Please note that spaces are limited, and if an agent’s registration has been successful they will receive a ticket confirmation by Friday 15 June.Disney Days Roadshow 2018 is run in conjunction with airline sponsors Virgin Australia and Delta Air Lines. Agents will also have the opportunity to hear from representatives from Virgin Australia and Delta Air Lines at the training event.EDNA MODE ARRIVES AT PIXAR PIER AT THE DISNEYLAND RESORT (ANAHEIM, Calif.) – Just in time for the opening of “Incredibles 2” in theaters on June 15, celebrated designer Edna Mode is jetting over to greet guests at Disney California Adventure park at the Disneyland Resort, as part of the first-ever Pixar Fest. The iconic super suit designer, from Disney•Pixar’s “The Incredibles” and the upcoming “Incredibles 2,” will continue to grace guests with her presence at Pixar Pier, to celebrate the opening of this newly reimagined land. Guests will discover Edna’s role at the new Incredicoaster, too, beginning June 23, 2018. (Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort)
Go back to the e-newsletterAbercrombie & Kent has announced that its guests can now earn Qantas Points when booking a luxury holiday with the company.Qantas Frequent Flyer members will earn one Qantas Point for every dollar spent on an A&K private land itinerary of seven nights or more (excluding taxes and credit card fees).For example, members travelling on A&K’s eight-day Southern Tanzania safari, valued from $7900 per person will earn a minimum of 7900 points per member. On A&K’s 10-day Wonders of Eastern Europe, members will earn a minimum of 10,815 points.Qantas Frequent Flyers who book a tour with A&K using their Qantas Points-earning credit card could also earn more points.In addition to flights, Qantas Frequent Flyer offers its 11.2 million members thousands of ways to earn and use their Qantas Points, from paying the bills and hotel stays, to grocery shopping and products from the online Qantas Store.Sujata Raman, Regional Managing Director of Abercrombie & Kent, commented, “We are excited about the new partnership with Qantas Frequent Flyer. Many of our guests are already Qantas Frequent Flyer members, which makes the relationship a logical fit. Through the programme we can reward our loyal customers with Qantas Points that they already collect for redemption on a wide variety of rewards.”Qantas Loyalty CEO Lesley Grant said: “Tours can be a significant part of the holiday budget so we’re excited to be able to reward our members with another opportunity to earn Qantas Points on their holiday spend. It also means members can beat the post-holiday blues knowing they’ve already earned points towards their next trip.”Go back to the e-newsletter
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