Supreme Courts Yukon land ruling welcomed as new chapter for territory

first_imgOTTAWA – First Nations, environmental groups and Yukon Premier Sandy Silver welcomed a Supreme Court of Canada ruling on wilderness lands Friday as a victory for the northern territory.The unanimous high court ruling is likely to ensure ecological protection of much of the Peel Watershed, a swath of unspoiled terrain that covers an area the size of Ireland.The Supreme Court said the Yukon government “thwarted” the land-use process by improperly rewriting a plan for the watershed, which features rugged mountains and taiga forests.Although Yukon lost the case that has been winding through the courts for years, the premier, who became leader only last December, hailed the ruling as an important step toward finalizing a plan that reflects a shared vision.The territory will aim to work in collaboration with First Nations to complete planning for the watershed, Silver told a news conference in Whitehorse.“Today, Yukon is closing a chapter,” he said. “And as we open a new one, we must not forget the lessons learned through this process.”Chief Roberta Joseph of the Tr’ondek Hwech’in First Nation, one of the Indigenous groups that pursued the matter in court, said she was “extremely pleased to arrive on a path of certainty” on the Peel land-use plan.The pristine region is a source of fresh water, food and natural medicines, Joseph said during a news conference in Ottawa. “Our ancestors have walked this land for centuries.”The Peel Watershed has no permanent residents and few roads. It is home to a wide range of fish, wildlife and plant species. There is potential to expand wilderness tourism, big-game outfitting and trapping, along with growing interest in mineral and oil-and-gas exploration.In 1993, Canada, Yukon and First Nations agreed on a consultative process for development of land-use plans in regions including the watershed.The process led to creation of a recommended plan for the watershed, but the process broke down when Yukon changed the final plan over the objections of First Nations, who argued the territory did not have authority to do so.The government’s changes drastically altered the final plan by removing protections for the vast majority of the watershed and opening up more than 70 per cent of the area to roads, mining and drilling.A trial judge ruled that Yukon had breached an agreement when it changed the plan, quashed Yukon’s final land-use plan and ordered that the process return to the point of final consultations between the territory and First Nations.The Court of Appeal upheld the trial judge’s order to quash the government plan, but said the process must resume at an earlier stage — when Yukon first received the recommended plan.In its ruling Friday, the Supreme Court agreed with the trial judge, saying the Yukon government had a chance to propose changes to the plan earlier in the process but did not do so.In her reasons on behalf of the court, Justice Andromache Karakatsanis wrote that Yukon “did not have the authority to make the extensive changes” it made to the final plan.The high court said the government should not be allowed to take new positions it wishes it had taken earlier. In addition, it ruled the process did not permit the government to modify the plan so significantly that it effectively rejected it.It means the process returns to the later stage of the process, in which Yukon can approve, reject or modify the final plan.However, Silver indicated Friday that only tweaks could be expected following additional consultations.The Supreme Court clarified that any modifications at this stage must be based on those proposed earlier in the process or respond to changing circumstances, adding that modifications are by definition “minor or partial changes.”Christina Macdonald, executive director of the Yukon Conservation Society, said a vital democratic process had been defended. “Today is a victory for the land, for the water, for democracy and the people.”— Follow @JimBronskill on Twitterlast_img read more

Speech addressed by King Mohammed VI to the Arab Summit in…

first_imgKuwait-city – King Mohammed VI addressed a speech to the participants in the 25th Arab Summit which is being held in Kuwait on March 25-26.  Here follows the full text of the speech read out by head of government Abdelilah Benkirane: “Praise be to God; May peace and blessings be upon the Prophet, His Kith and Kin   Your Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al -Sabah, Emir of the State of Kuwait, Chairman of the Summit,   Your Majesties,   Your Highnesses,   Your Excellencies,   Mr. Secretary-General,   Ladies and Gentlemen,It gives me great pleasure to extend my sincere thanks to my brother, His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al -Sabah, the Emir of the State of Kuwait and to the Kuwaiti people for hosting this Summit. I would like to congratulate His Highness on the excellent preparation for this important meeting.I also wish to commend my brother the Emir of the State of Qatar, Chairman of our previous Summit session, for his efforts to promote joint Arab action.   Your Majesties,   Your Highnesses,     Your Excellencies,Amid the swift regional and international changes affecting the world, there have been important developments with regard to the Palestinian cause, particularly the recognition by the United Nations Organization of the State of Palestine, granting it non-Member Observer State status, as well as Palestine’s admission to UNESCO as a full-fledged member.Furthermore, thanks to the untiring efforts of the U.S. Administration, the Palestinian and the Israeli sides have returned to the negotiating table with a view to reaching an agreement that covers all final status issues.In this respect, I should like to emphasize that the Arab Peace Initiative remains a realistic proposal for the achievement of comprehensive peace, which would benefit the region and the world.Our strong commitment to support the United States’ efforts and ensure the success of the negotiations, together with the keenness of the Arab delegation from the follow-up committee to the Arab Peace Initiative to closely follow the negotiations and support the Palestinian position in these negotiations clearly show how committed we are not only to the option of peace, but also to its process which guarantees the right of the Palestinian people to establish their own independent, viable and geographically contiguous state, with Al-Qods al-Sharif as its capital, living side by side with Israel, in peace and security.As Chairman of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s Al-Qods al-Sharif Committee, I was keen to convene the twentieth session of the Al-Qods Committee, which was held in Marrakech and which I chaired in person. For the first time ever, the Committee meeting was attended by a fine group of eminent representatives of the UN Secretary-General, the five permanent members of the Security Council, the European Union and the Vatican.The meeting provided a suitable opportunity to emphasize, once more, that there can be no peace without determining the final status of East Jerusalem – the core issue of the conflict in the region – and that the responsibility for achieving the desired peace lies with the entire international community. I also underscored the importance of acting on the ground, through the Bayt Mal Al Quds Al Sharif Agency, in order to support the steadfastness of the inhabitants of Al-Qods on their own land, and to oppose the Judaization policy applied by Israel in the holy city.However, given Israel’s continuing aggressive policies, I call for full and close coordination between the League of Arab States and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation. This will enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of our initiatives and endeavors, in addition to increasing our ability to muster our energies and resources with a view to upholding this just cause. Just as I insist on closing Arab and Muslim ranks, I call on our Palestinian brothers to rise above their differences and to achieve genuine national reconciliation that strengthens the Palestinian negotiating hand. I wish to reiterate my continuing support for the efforts exerted in this regard by my brother Mahmoud Abbas, President of the State of Palestine and President of the Palestinian National Authority. As we are nearing the agreed end-of-April deadline for reaching a final status agreement, I should like to insist that any extension of the negotiation period should lead to the formulation of a new approach that puts an end to the occupation, results in to the establishment of the independent Palestinian state and comes up with consensus-based solutions to all issues, using a specific timetable. In this regards, we utterly refuse that Israel should be allowed to use the extension to buy time, change things on the ground or impose a fait accompli.   Your Majesties,   Your Highnesses,     Your Excellencies,The Arab world has seen far-reaching developments which have led, in some countries, to changes of varying degrees.In other countries, because the spirit of dialogue and compromise was not embraced, because narrow considerations were permitted to prevail over higher national interests and because sectarianism was allowed to expand and grow, peoples’ hopes and aspirations for freedom, dignity, progress and democracy have, regrettably, been thwarted.I wish to refer, in particular, to the tragic situation experienced by our brothers in Syria. The humanitarian tragedy gripping them is calling out to our conscience as Arabs and Muslims, and, beyond that, to the conscience of the international community as a whole.In this regard, the first thing to keep in mind is what the UN Secretary General said when he indicated that what is happening in Syria is the greatest humanitarian crisis facing the world.It is truly a humanitarian tragedy, a dark, shameful chapter in the history of mankind. It is also a dangerous, unacceptable situation which the international community should address and in which it is called upon to bear its responsibility in full. In this regard, I wish to stress the need for the Security Council to continue to work effectively for the implementation of the first Geneva Conference declaration, to put an end to the suffering of the valiant Syrian people and to enable them to achieve their legitimate aspirations for unity, democracy, development and dignity.   Your Majesties,   Your Highnesses,     Your Excellencies,The Arab world is currently going through a sensitive stage, with heightened political tensions, worsening economic and social conditions, growing sectarian strife and a tendency towards extremism and terrorism. All of these are testing our will to promote joint Arab action.It has become imperative that Arab countries turn our organization into a more effective bloc that is able to keep up with those changes and developments. We therefore need to adopt a new approach in our joint action based on trust, dialogue, good neighborliness, responsibility and a will to put our inter-Arab differences – the real ones as well as the fabricated ones – behind us and look to the future when dealing with Arab issues.Our best course of action, in this respect, is to make the most of the tremendous potential for unity and complementarity, and to avoid divisions and disagreements.We also should be more aware of our own resources and boost our self-confidence in order to fulfill the legitimate aspirations of our peoples. This can be achieved provided we believe in the common good and serve Arab citizens, particularly young people, and uphold their right to development, democracy, security, serenity and stability. Such lofty objectives can only be attained by our Arab countries through the integration of Arab nations into strong regional blocs which command respect for their legitimate interests at the regional and the international levels.In the Maghreb region, we still have not achieved the integration we yearn for. The regrettable hurdles faced constitute an unjustifiable squandering of development opportunities for the five Maghreb countries. By contrast, I see the Gulf Cooperation Council as an example of successful regional integration. I therefore call for the GCC to be further protected and to enable it to rise to the temporary challenges it may be faced with.The Kingdom of Morocco, which concluded a multidimensional strategic partnership with this major Arab bloc in 2011, is keen to ensure it remains a model of Arab regional integration, given the achievements made through a commitment to common denominators shared by its Member States, and the respect for its founding principles and values, particularly when it comes to safeguarding the security and unity of its members and combating external interferences that seek to undermine its stability.   Your Majesties,   Your Highnesses,     Your Excellencies,In previous Arab Summits, we made a number of important decisions aimed at serving Arab citizens. With the profound changes affecting the Arab world, we need to adopt innovative ideas and appropriate mechanisms to meet our peoples’ aspirations for further progress and prosperity.In this regard, I have always firmly believed that homogenous, integrated regional blocs within the larger Arab family can make the Arab house even stronger and further enhance its solidarity and efficiency.While Arab endeavors in the past laid special emphasis on strengthening political relations between Arab countries, today we know for sure that cooperation with countries from the South, on the basis of efficiency, productivity and credibility, is one of the best means for achieving economic growth and sustainable human development, both from the human perspective as well as from the economic and investment angle.In this respect, I call for capitalizing on the human, spiritual and historical bonds between the Arab world and Sub-Saharan African countries, in order to establish economic cooperation relations with African regional groupings. Morocco is keen to build on its experience and special relations with these countries to forge effective solidarity-based partnerships.   Your Majesties,   Your Highnesses,     Your Excellencies,The Kingdom of Morocco, which believes in all the factors Arab countries have in common, which is convinced that we share a common destiny and which is keen to lay the foundations for effective and innovative Arab cooperation, has spared no effort to serve common Arab interests.Given the tremendous human and material potential available to Arab countries, I think it is imperative to embark on a sincere collective effort to build a solid, cohesive Arab space, where there is no room for disputes and dissension – an Arab platform for the promotion of trust, solidarity, mutual assistance and shared interests, for the well-being of our peoples.To conclude, I pray that Almighty God grant us success and guide us for the benefit of our Ummah, its unity and dignity. “And hold fast, all together, by the rope which Allah (stretches out for you), and be not divided among yourselves; and remember with gratitude Allah’s favour on you; for you were enemies and He joined your hearts in love”.True is the Word of God.”last_img read more

Nigella Lawsons fishmonger claims social media posts are being censored as disturbing

When celebrity fishmonger Rex Goldsmith laid his row of glistening, freshly-caught fish out on the counter and proudly took a photograph to post online, he hoped customers would be enticed to his shop.Instead, he fell victim to a trend of Instagram censoring photographs of meat and fish – and labeling them as “disturbing”.Mr Goldsmith, who owns The Chelsea Fishmonger in London, serves many well-heeled customers including Nigella Lawson and Henry Blofeld.This week, those who looked on his page were presented with a warning – placed there by Instagram. It read: “This video contains sensitive content that many may find offensive or disturbing.”–– ADVERTISEMENT ––This has happened twice so far to Mr Goldsmith, who told The Telegraph: “I think it’s a bit ridiculous really.”I don’t know whether the post has been reported by vegans or whether Instagram censored it as they thought it would be offensive to vegans.” This picture was deemed disturbing by InstagramCredit:Padella This picture was deemed disturbing by Instagram Rex Goldsmith's post was censored My photo of @pipersfarm pig’s ears and trotters was censored by @instagram I guess someone complained. Why the monkey don’t they report pictures of burgers, sausages and bacon too? Ridiculous. And shame on you @instagram for censoring it. People are so detached from reality. pic.twitter.com/7UYeUexAZ4— Olia Hercules (@Olia_Hercules) March 6, 2019 Last year, Padella, a popular pasta restaurant in central London, posted a picture of a plucked grouse which was due to be made into ragu. This was censored, and remains so today. Mr Goldsmith added: “I have no idea why a vegan would follow a fishmonger on social media in the first place.”If this censorship continues, the fishmonger said he may get his friends in the industry to stop posting on the site. He explained: “There’s a massive food community out there and we could start a big movement with everybody I know to stop posting their pictures.”Celebrity chef Richard Corrigan, who runs seafood restaurant Bentley’s in Mayfair, supported Mr Goldsmith, and said that pictures of fresh fish are not disturbing, adding: “I myself am disturbed by vegans”. A spokesperson for British Meat Producers Association said: “What is the world coming to? The majority of people don’t mind pictures of meat.”The social media companies should not be pandering to vegans. At the end of the day, this is something that any of us walking to the supermarket can see, it’s part of the shopping experience. “How can it be ‘disturbing content’?”After this newspaper contacted the social media giant, the fish counter posts were uncensored. Instagram said in a statement:  “This content was marked as sensitive in error and has now been reinstated. We apologise for the mistake.” He added: “If they’re going to pick on me, why don’t they pick on one of the big companies who use the methods of farming that are bad for the environment and fish welfare.”Instagram has also recently censored meat. There are examples of pictures of plucked chickens being labelled as “disturbing”.Earlier this year, cookbook writer Olia Hercules posted pictures of pig trotters and ears from Pipers Farm in Devon, which were censored by the platform. She said at the time: “Why the monkey don’t they report pictures of burgers, sausages and bacon too? Ridiculous. And shame on you Instagram for censoring it. People are so detached from reality.” The Vegan Society said it was aware of vegans reporting pictures of fish and meat on social media sites as offensive, but recommended those on plant-based diets simply block butchers and fishmongers instead.Sam Calvert, spokesperson for The Vegan Society commented: “Vegans do not want to see images of dead animals and are unlikely to follow the account of a fishmonger.  What is considered an acceptable image in our society regarding animals is interesting though.  A social media platform may limit images of animal cruelty or dog meat, for example.”Most platforms have ways for people to control what they see on social media such as reporting that the advertising on Facebook inappropriate for you or by muting or blocking accounts that you find distressing.  We would encourage vegans to make use of these facilities.” Rex Goldsmith’s post was censoredCredit:Fish Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

ACC branch network should be used for a state investment bank OConnor

first_imgO’Connor said that the banking sector in Ireland had a “pathetic” track record in lending to productive enterprises and called the 2003 privatisation of both ACC and ICC a “disaster”.“[The banking industry] was more interested in gambling and speculating in property during the boom years and it has not proven itself any more capable of supporting productive business in the post-boom period.“ACC and ICC had proven track records of supporting Irish agriculture and industry over several decades. Our recovery is intrinsically linked to our ability to increase economic sovereignty. We need as a country to begin taking back control of our economy. A huge step forward in this direction would be the creation of a State Investment Bank focused entirely on supporting domestic enterprise.”O’Connor’s colleague Adrian Kane said that the laid-off workers could be employed in the state investment bank.Read: Danske Bank Ireland to close for personal customers with loss of 150 jobsRead: Ulster Bank assets to be transferred to RBS ‘bad bank’ THE DECISION BY Rabobank to hand back the banking licence for ACC Bank represents an opportunity for a state investment bank network.That is the opinion of SIPTU leader Jack O’Connor, who said that the branch network of ACC could be used to establish the state’s investment arm.“The creation of the strategic investment fund by the Government is welcome but this can only be seen as a first step to creating the financial infrastructure necessary to support Irish industry.The decision by Rabobank to hand back the ACC banking licence provides a real opportunity to marry the strategic investment fund with the ACC banking network in order to establish a badly needed State Investment Bank.last_img read more

White House locked down after man tries to jump the fence

first_imgA MAN WITH two suspicious bags attempted to climb a White House fence before being apprehended, leading to a security lockdown of the White House grounds.A Secret Service spokesman said the man was taken into custody and his bags were being screened.“He did not make it over the fence,” a U.S. Secret Service spokesman said.The area around the White House was shut down and reporters were not allowed to leave through one of the gates because of the incident.President Barack Obama was travelling in Michigan at the time.(Reporting by Steve Holland and Jeff Mason; Editing by Eric Beech)Copyright 2014 Thomson Reuters/ Click for Restrictions.Read: A “year of action”: Obama sends warning to Congress, pledges to tackle inequalitylast_img read more

There were a lot of geological arguments Maeve Higgins and Will Forte

first_img Maeve Higgins and Will ForteHe adds: “After I read it there was something about it, it was written so specifically in parts, and there were so many subtle funny things and when I found out that the same guys who wrote it were directing it, I thought oh that is a good sign. That just showed how funny they were and they were going to capture all those moments that seemed like they were so specific. I felt like they know what they’re doing based on how well they wrote the script.”Some of the language in Extra Ordinary is distinctly Irish, which made it a little tricky to market in the US. There’s a scene involving haunted gravel (Rose has the ability to spot when items are haunted, resulting in some great sight gags throughout the film), and at the SXSW premiere they packaged up little bags of ‘haunted gravel’ to give away to audience members.Only there was a slight hitch. “But they don’t say gravel in the US,” points out Higgins. “So they were going around saying ‘enchanted pebbles from Ireland, do you want an enchanted pebble?’”It’s at this point that Forte interjects, and we get a sense of how the two comedians must have rubbed along well together on set. “We did not get along the entire shoot – constant fights about rock names,” says Forte. Higgins nods as he mimics: “No, sandstone is not actually sand!”“We would have a lot of geological arguments,” laughs Higgins.What does she make of Rose, her character? “She’s like a normal woman who just happens to be able to… she has these talents where she can communicate with ghosts. But the rest of the time she’s like eating Crunch Corner [yogurts] while her lasagne is heating up and stuff,” she says. “Mike, one of the directors, is really like that: he’s like a lonely single woman.” We’re not sure what Mike Ahern would make of that, but our lawyers have been informed of this comment just in case.Rose has a close relationship with her sister, Sailor, who’s played by the truly hilarious and warm Terri Chandler. Risteárd Cooper plays Rose’s dad, who we mainly see in flashbacks of his quirky TV show about paranormal abilities. Barry Ward’s turn as Martin Martin is surprising in the best way for a guy who’s starred in such serious films as The Maze – let’s just say in parts of this, he undergoes quite the transformation. While Higgins got to don very comfortable gear for her turn as Rose, Forte got to wear a pretty incredible wig, making him bear some resemblance to Chris de Burgh – though we can’t confirm if he was indeed the inspiration for Christian Winter. What was the rehearsal process like for this Hollywood star?“My process was like I got together with Meryl Streep, Daniel Day Lewis, Robert de Niro we just kind of workshopped it over a weekend what I was gonna do,” he jokes. “They’d Skype in and see what I was doing and give notes. And the directors weighed in as well.”He gets serious for a moment: “The way [Loughman and Ahern] wrote was it was such a great script and so it was so easy to see what they were going for. And we certainly talked about but it was pretty clear what they were looking for so I got to go in and have a ton of fun.” At the end of Extra Ordinary, we’re left feeling that there’s the potential for even more of Rose and Martin’s adventures. Would they like to see it as an RTÉ TV show perhaps? They nod. “We’ll have to put that to Anne Doyle or whoever makes the decisions,” says Higgins. Extra Ordinary is in cinemas now. By Aoife Barry https://jrnl.ie/4804462 Sunday 15 Sep 2019, 10:00 AM Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Share2 Tweet Email1 center_img 11 hours ago ‘There were a lot of geological arguments’: Maeve Higgins and Will Forte on making the Irish supernatural comedy Extra Ordinary Comedian Maeve Higgins plays a driving instructor who has supernatural powers. Source: Movie Trailers Source/YouTubeYOU WON’T HAVE seen an Irish film like Extra Ordinary before. Think: A driving instructor called Rose (played by Maeve Higgins) who also has supernatural powers… but she doesn’t like thinking about them since the untimely death of her similarly gifted father. Then there’s Martin Martin (no, that’s not a typo), a widower who needs a bit of help from a woman like Rose. Oh, and then there’s Christian Winter, a one-hit wonder musician who lives in a big castle nearby and who has something dodgy up his large sleeves.The supernatural comedy is the first feature by Enda Loughman and Mike Ahern from D.A.D.D.Y, the Irish production company. The two longtime creatives graduated in the 1990s from IADT in Dun Laoghaire, and first made their name making music videos for Irish bands like Warlords of Pez, Jape and the Chalets. This was at a time when making music videos was a big part of trying to make it as an Irish band, thanks to shows like No Disco. The pair moved into ads – you’ll know their SPAR christmas ad in particular, the one with all the trees. They dipped their toes into short films, before conceiving the idea for Extra Ordinary, which they pitched to Maeve Higgins the guts of a decade ago. Higgins, known as a comedian, Fancy Vittles star (alongside her sister Lily), and op-ed writer for the New York Times, is based in New York these days. She makes the perfect Rose – her dialogue feels perfectly pitched towards the self-deprecating, no-nonsense Corkonian.The other big star in Extra Ordinary is Will Forte – he of MacGruber, Last Man on Earth, Saturday Night Live, Parks and Recreation, and more.When TheJournal.ie meets Higgins and Forte, we ask how they felt when they first saw the script. It’s a bit bonkers at times – did that appeal? “As soon as they told me about it, I was like ‘it is so funny’,” smiles Higgins. “A driving instructor, this lonely lady in the countryside who can talk to ghosts but who doesn’t want to be able to do that. I knew it would be gas, really and so I just wasn’t sure it would happen. And then they wrote a script and I saw the script and we made a little teaser thing. So gradually throughout the years we were tipping away on it. And then it became a real thing.”It was a different story for Forte, though he too was smitten by the script. “I came late, I got on board about a month before we started, even three weeks,” he recalls. “I read the script, I was going to come to Ireland on vacation anyway, and then I read the script and it was so funny… and I said ‘oh this is fantastic, I gotta do it’.” 3 Comments 12,156 Views last_img read more

WHAT IS HOLDING THE INTERPARTY COMMITTEE FROM FUNCTIONING

first_imgThe IEC frequently tells journalists that it aims to work very closely with the inter-party committee comprising all political parties in the country. One would expect the interparty committee to be working with the IEC to explain issues like replacement of voters’ cards, nomination of candidates and the whole election process, especially voter education.The journalists must be wondering why this inter-party committee is yet to join the IEC during its press conferences or feature in television and radio programmes to show its relevance.In short, the interparty committee is still not visible in the public space.Foroyaa will start contacting the political parties, starting with the APRC to find out if an interparty committee exists and if so why it is not visible in the public space. If not, then why is it still being referred to as a partner to the IEC in its bid to deliver free, fair and genuine elections.last_img read more

ASA Recruiter AllStars Tournament Down to the Finals

first_imgNot only is NCAA basketball down to the finals, so is the ASA Recruiter All-Stars Tournament. Final brackets are set and the winners of the five brackets will be determined at the end of May.The 2013 All-Stars Tournament has had two major upsets already this year with last year’s overall winner Jim Kukowski (Minn.) upset in Round 1 and Marvin Wahl (Kan.), the second-place finisher in 2012, upset in March by Caleb Ragland from Kentucky.There will be five winners total, based on state size level. Two winners will come from Level 1 states (1,000 or more members), two winners will come from Level 2 states (300–999 members), and one winner will come from Level 3 states (50–299 members).State Level 1 Bracket One participants are all from Minnesota: Mark Johnson, Earl Ziegler, Robert Nelsen and Doug Toreen.State Level 1 Bracket Two participants are Jim Miller (Neb.), Roger Dale (Minn.),Ron Bunjer (Minn.) and Ross Pauli (Ill.).State Level 2 Bracket One participants are Caleb Ragland (Ky.), Todd Hanten (S.D.), John Krutzfeldt (S.D.) and Kenneth Schulte (S.D.).State Level 2 Bracket Two participants are both from Kentucky: Gerry Hayden and Jed Clark.State Level 3 Bracket participants are Tommy Hines (Va.) and Todd Dumond (N.Y.).The winners of each bracket will be determined based on their recruiting activity during April and May. Each will receive a trip to Washington, D.C. and $300 cash, and will be recognized at the ASA Board Meeting in July.Click here for the complete brackets or more information about the ASA Recruiter All-Stars Tournament.last_img read more

Samsung to unveil shareholder return plans amid calls to split company

first_imgSamsung Electronics Co Ltd (005930.KS) said it will disclose plans to boost shareholder value on Tuesday – a move that comes amid pressure from U.S. fund Elliott Management to split the company in two and provide more in payouts.The U.S. activist hedge fund, which owns 0.6 percent of Samsung, called on the South Korean tech giant in October to divide itself into a holding vehicle for ownership purposes and an operating company, as well as pay out 30 trillion won ($26 billion) in a special dividend.The Seoul Economic Daily, citing an unidentified source, reported on Monday the firm will say it plans to consider a split. Samsung declined to elaborate further on Monday on its plans, although it said last month it is considering buying back more shares.A split in two has long been a subject of market speculation with analysts noting that such a move could help the Samsung Group founding family heirs to boost their control of the world’s top maker of smartphones, memory chips and televisions.”It’s difficult to argue with the logic of Elliott’s proposals,” said David Smith, head of corporate governance at Aberdeen Asset Management Asia. “A simpler structure is certainly preferable, and yes most would agree they can afford to pay out more.”What is important is that these changes should benefit all involved, including family, group, and minority shareholders,” he said.Samsung is also keen not to alienate investors at a time when it is reeling from a disastrous withdrawal of the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 smartphone that the firm projects will cost 6.1 trillion won in profits over three quarters.Its offices have also been raided by prosecutors as part of a widening political scandal involving a confidante of President Park Geun-hye.Samsung said it will hold a conference call at 9:30 a.m. local time (0030 GMT) on Tuesday to discuss its plan.Other measures proposed by Elliott, which unsuccessfully challenged a controversial 2015 merger of two Samsung Group affiliates, includes the return of at least 75 percent of free cash flow to investors and the appointment of some independent directors.New shareholder return plans would also follow a tightening of control by de facto Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee, who took over the reins after his father and Samsung patriarch was incapacitated following a May 2014 heart attack.Samsung Group has sold non-core assets and pushed through a merger of two affiliates in 2015 to consolidate stakes in key affiliates under a company controlled by Jay Y. Lee and his two sisters, as the founding family moves to secure a stable transfer of control.Lee also recently became a board member at Samsung Electronics.”Even if Samsung Electronics does not comment on specifics such as the timing of a split … the firm will at least say it will implement ownership structure changes in a reasonable manner,” HI Investment said in a report on Monday.($1 = 1,169.1800 won)last_img read more

Konami will continue to develop AAA console games

first_imgKonami has completely failed in the public relations department of late. The press was left guessing what had happened to Hideo Kojima, why his name had been removed from the Metal Gear Solid V box, and what was happening internally at the company. Then a few days ago we heard that Konami was pulling out of AAA console game development completely, with the focus going forward being mobile games.That means no more Metal Gear, Castlevania, Silent Hill, PES, and any other Konami IP you enjoy appearing on the PS4, Xbox One, or Wii U. Did Konami’s PR department respond to this, explain what was going on, and give gamers a clear idea of the future? Nope.Now it turns out Konami isn’t exiting the console games business, but we had to hear that from a Konami Customer Support person responding to a support ticket.The ticket asked Konami what was going to happen to the Fox game engine now that the Metal Gear Solid series has been left behind, and what possibilities remained for expanding upon MGS V. The support response states that Metal Gear and console gaming are still alive and well at Konami. In fact, we can expect new Metal Gear, Castlevania, Silent Hill, and PES games for consoles. “Nothing’s ever changed, really.”The support response makes it clear that internally Konami doesn’t understand why it is being suggested they have quit consoles. That’s surprising seeing as the original exit news came from comments made by Konami’s worldwide technology director who left the company because (he said) they were transitioning away from consoles and on to mobile games.Clearly Konami’s biggest issue right now is public relations. Internally they are confused by what the press is writing, and externally gamers have many questions Konami isn’t answering. If they start answering the questions and share what is happening through some official channel, then all that confusion disappears.But let’s get back to the good news: Konami isn’t ditching console games, and we can look forward to new entries in all its most popular series at some point in the hopefully not too distant future.last_img read more

Kolkata Metro starts highlevel probe into passengers death

first_imgKolkata: Two days after the horrific death of a passenger in the Kolkata Metro, senior railway safety officials on Monday visited the accident spot and started a high-level probe into the tragedy, a Kolkata Metro Railway official said. Commissioner of Railway Safety (CRS-Metro division) Sailesh Garg, led a team of senior railway officials and engineers to the Park Street Metro Railway station, where the accident took place on Saturday evening. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata Garg also held a meeting with the Metro Railway officials here at Metro Bhawan and then examined the metro rake, a door of which had allegedly malfunctioned during the accident. “We will conduct a thorough investigation. Today was the site visit. The Metro rake will be checked for any possible mechanical snags. The reason for the possible malfunction can only be found out after seeing the detailed report. Those directly involved in the incident will also be interrogated,” a Metro Railway official said. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in state Sajal Kanjilal, a resident of Kasba area of Kolkata, was trying to board a Kavi Subhash-bound train at the Park Street metro station on Saturday when the train started moving with his hand stuck between two sliding doors and the body hanging outside. After the train had moved some distance, the shouts of other train passengers alerted the driver, who applied the emergency brake and the victim fell, face-first, on the track below. The train came to a stop with four coaches inside the tunnel and the remaining four on the platform area. Eyewitnesses said the victim lay in the tunnel for quite sometime before security personnel ran and removed him. “First Information Report (FIR) was registered on Sunday against the Metro Railway after a complaint alleging negligence on its part was lodged by the family members of the deceased,” police said. A motorman and the guard of the Metro train have been suspended.last_img read more

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first_img News | Teleradiology | April 10, 2019 vRad Receives 19th Patent vRad (Virtual Radiologic), a Mednax Radiology Solutions practice, announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office… read more November 25, 2014  — According to a 2014 Benchmark study on Patient Privacy & Data Security, healthcare respondents view the use of cloud services as a serious threat, second only to employee negligence.In the past, image sharing outside of the healthcare network was made possible primarily through a third party cloud service that included image archival and was paid for on a per usage basis. Besides the security and budgetary challenges, anyone who wanted to benefit from image sharing was forced to use the cloud or to burn CD’s.With Vaultara’s new image sharing software, healthcare organizations can have complete control of patient data, with the ability to send and receive images securely and quickly without subscribing to a cloud.To learn more about Vaultara’s product, visit the Data Distributing, LLC booth (#B6647) at RSNA 2014.For more information: www.vaultara.com News | PACS | June 07, 2019 PaxeraHealth Wins Four New PACS Projects in Chile Picture archiving and communication system/radiology information system (PACS/RIS) developer PaxeraHealth has won four… read more News | Information Technology | June 25, 2019 Barco Launches Smart Solution for Remote Radiology Reading Barco’s new remote radiology reading solution ensures dependable imaging when radiologists are working outside the ho read more News | Remote Viewing Systems | July 16, 2019 Anatomage Releases Anatomage Cloud Platform Anatomage Inc. released an update to the Anatomage Cloud platform that allows medical and dental professionals to… read more Technology | November 25, 2014 New Medical Image Sharing Does not Require the Use of Cloud Technology With Vaultara’s new image sharing software, medical facilities can enjoy the benefits of image sharing without the risks of the “cloud” News | Remote Viewing Systems | May 01, 2019 University of Toronto Partners With IMS for Emergency Radiology Simulation International Medical Solutions (IMS) and the University of Toronto Department of Medical Imaging have signed a… read more News | Remote Viewing Systems | June 04, 2019 Client Outlook’s eUnity Smartviewer Selected by Duke University Health System Client Outlook Inc. announced that Duke University Health System has implemented eUnity for enterprise viewing… read more center_img News | PACS | May 22, 2019 Brazil’s Santa Casa Hospital System Chooses Carestream for Unified Diagnostic Workflow Santa Casa de Misericordia has selected Carestream to replace its legacy diagnostic workflow technology across all… read more News | Enterprise Imaging | April 08, 2019 Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital Selects Novarad for Enterprise Imaging Management Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital (CCUH) recently selected Novarad to provide its facility with the Ncompass Enterprise… read more News | Enterprise Imaging | April 15, 2019 Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Implements Change Healthcare Enterprise Imaging Change Healthcare successfully implemented its Radiology PACS (picture archiving and communication system), Image… read more News | Enterprise Imaging | April 05, 2019 Visage 7 Enterprise Imaging Platform Highlighted at 2019 SBI/ACR Breast Imaging Symposium Visage Imaging will be exhibiting the latest version of the Visage 7 Enterprise Imaging Platform at the 2019 Society of… read more Related Content FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享last_img read more

New Study Finds Interruption of Radiation Therapy Risks Cancer Recurrence

first_img News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. Image courtesy of Imago Systems Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications 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 February 10, 2016 — Cancer patients who miss two or more radiation therapy sessions have a worse outcome than fully compliant patients, investigators in a new study have found.The study was conducted by investigators at Montefiore Einsten Center for Cancer Care and Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s NCI-designated Albert Einstein Cancer Center. It was published in the International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics.The results suggest that this noncompliance to scheduled treatments may represent a new behavioral biomarker for identifying high-risk patients who require additional interventions to achieve optimal care outcomes.The study evaluated 1,227 patients scheduled for courses of external beam radiation therapy for cancers of the head and neck, breast, lung, cervix uterus or rectum from 2007 to 2012. Two hundred twenty-six of these patients (22 percent) were noncompliant (i.e., they missed two or more scheduled radiation therapy appointments). All patients eventually completed the radiation therapy course planned for them.The radiation therapy course for noncompliant patients was prolonged for an average of one week compared with compliant patients. Nevertheless, 16 percent of noncompliant patients later experienced a recurrence of their cancers versus only a 7 percent recurrence rate for compliant patients.“This study shows that the health of our patients can improve only when a course of treatment is completed in the prescribed period of time,” said Madhur Garg, M.D., clinical director, Department of Radiation Oncology, MECCC and professor of clinical radiation oncology at Einstein. “These findings should serve as a wakeup call to physicians, patients and their caregivers about the critical need to adhere to a recommended treatment schedule.”Prolonging radiation therapy for head and neck cancer or cervical cancer impacted tumor control and overall survival at the greatest rate, at 1 percent per day, however this negative impact was seen in all cancers studied. This is attributed to tumor repopulation, which can accelerate after treatment initiation.“We previously conducted a study that demonstrated a statistically significant relationship between lower socioeconomic status and non-compliance,” said Nitin Ohri, M.D., attending physician, MECCC and assistant professor of radiation oncology at Einstein. “A Multivariable Cox proportional hazard model was informed by this prior study and helped us adjust for demographic variables like age, race, ethnicity and socioeconomic status.”As an outcome result of this study, management of mood disorders, patient navigator programs and increasing assistance with transportation are being evaluated at Montefiore as interventions that might improve patient care outcomes and close disparities among vulnerable populations.For more information: www.redjournal.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more center_img News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more Related Content News | Radiation Therapy | February 10, 2016 New Study Finds Interruption of Radiation Therapy Risks Cancer Recurrence Missing two radiotherapy appointments may impair tumor control, particularly for head and neck cancers Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al.last_img read more

Outsourcing May Be Best for Lender Document Trailing

first_img February 8, 2017 627 Views in Featured, Origination, Technology Nationwide Title Clearing, a post-closing services provider serving many of the nation’s largest financial institutions, investors, servicers, and custodians, released a white paper for lenders offering a scoring method to help them manage their trailing document process after a loan is originated.“Evaluating your own trailing documents process regularly is a best practice that will help your company avoid negative attention from regulators and help you maximize the return from limited resources,” said Chelsea Seguin, National Title Closing’s AVP of File Services and co-author of the white paper.Nationwide is re-releasing the white paper, which was originally released in 2014, saying it has been its most viewed white paper.The paper, titled “Scoring Your Trailing Document”, offers a 12-step scoring method; tips on document tracking, document research, and quality control; and covers the topic of outsourcing document trailing.“There are many potential savings and efficiencies to be realized if lenders take the time to look for them,” Seguin said. “This is true whether they handle these processes internally or outsource them to a qualified vendor partner.”Outsourcing, according to Seguin, can be a favorable solution.“Outsourcing is often the most cost-effective option when looking at the loan from a cradle-to-grave perspective,” according to Nationwide Title Clearing.Vendors offering document trailing management should “afford the lender with all the benefits of a technologically advanced system and process without forcing the lender to build, manage and maintain one of their own,” Nationwide said.Another benefit of outsources is that they may also offer services to address needs later in the life of the loan, including lien releases and assignments. mortgage Nationwide Title Clearing technology Title 2017-02-08 Krista Franks Brockcenter_img Share Outsourcing May Be Best for Lender Document Trailinglast_img read more

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first_img by Cassandra Szklarski, The Canadian Press Posted Jul 25, 2018 10:41 am PDT Last Updated Jul 25, 2018 at 12:40 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email (Police photo) Hoggard charges revive questions over when and why police release mug shotscenter_img TORONTO – The recent release of a stark mug shot featuring rock star Jacob Hoggard has raised questions about how Toronto police decide when and why to make public such images.Upon its release Monday, many observers took to social media to wonder why a photo of the Hedley frontman — charged with three sexual offences involving two females — was so readily available when the image of accused serial killer Bruce McArthur was not.The McArthur case has been an especially sore point for community activist Nicki Ward, who has criticized police for refusing to issue the man’s photo.As a result, she notes many outlets have resorted to publishing pictures from his social media feeds, including one oft-used image in which he smiles softly beside a rainbow and another where he’s dressed in a Santa Claus suit.A spokesman for the Toronto Police Service says the force has strict criteria in deciding when to release such material.“There has to be what we call a valid investigative purpose,” says Mark Pugash.“That could include somebody who is at large and poses a risk to the public, (and) certainly, (in) helping to find missing people.”A third reason is “if we are concerned that there might be more victims,” which police say was the driving factor in the sexual assault investigation Hoggard is charged in.Toronto police issued Hoggard’s photo along with a press release Monday saying the former “Canadian Idol” contestant was charged with sexual interference and two counts of sexual assault involving a woman and a girl.The statement adds: “Police are concerned there may be other victims.”Ward wonders if a double standard is being applied, since police did not rule out the possibility of more victims when they first arrested and named McArthur as a suspect in several killings in Toronto’s gay village.Too often, more deference and media airtime is given to the accused while victims are “shamed and blamed,” she says, noting that published photos of some of the victims associated with the McArthur charges were not flattering.In particular, she says Dean Lisowick’s portrayal “was particularly sad” and believed his photo sent the message that Lisowick was “perhaps less deserving of sympathy.”Images matter, she says: “There’s no question that the perceived social status and/or (whether you’re) homeless or not homeless has a direct bearing on the quality of justice that you receive.”Hoggard is scheduled to appear in court Thursday.last_img read more

Akhmetovs SCM has 820m Cypriot asset freeze court order lifted

first_imgBy Stelios OrphanidesThe Nicosia District Court ruled in favour of unfreezing assets of up to US$820 (€702m) of System Capital Management (SCM), an energy, finance, mining and industrial group, linked to Ukrainian oligarch Rinat Akhmetov, an ally of former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych, the company said.With the ruling, court lifted a December temporary asset freeze order requested by Raga Establishment Ltd in a dispute over the privatisation of Ukrtelecom, Ukraine’s fixed-line, mobile and Internet communications services provider, after Raga, a Cyprus-registered company owned by Ukrainian former banker Denis Gorbunenko, had won an arbitration case against SCM three months before, SCM said in an email on Wednesday.Raga failed to honour the “strict legal terms of its sale of Ukrtelecom to SCM in 2013,” SCM said. “In the agreement, Raga claimed to have adhered to a 2011 privatisation agreement with Ukraine’s privatisation authorities which bound it to heavily invest in Ukrtelecom’s infrastructure in the country. This was not fulfilled”.The company said that after Raga had failed to honour the agreement, Akmetov’s company sought to reverse the purchase agreement and demanded the return of a $100m prepayment, SCM said.“This sparked a lawsuit on the part of Raga, demanding that SCM pay them the full $760 for an asset that will likely be taken back into state ownership shortly,” it said adding that Ukrainian authorities had initiated more than a year ago the renationalisation of the telecom company after Raga failed to adhere to the provisions of the privatisation agreement.Jock Mendoza-Wilson, SCM’s director of international and investor relations said that today’s court ruling discharges Akhmetov, who Forbes estimates to be worth $5.8bn, and several other of the company’s units.“All restrictions imposed by that freezing order in dealing with their respective assets have been removed,” Mendoza-Wilson was cited as saying. “The court also issued an order awarding the legal costs in favour of the SCM Group and against Raga”.“The court stated in its judgement that the December 2017 Cypriot freezing order was obtained by Raga inappropriately and unjustifiably,” he continued. “This is illustrative of Raga’s behaviour in this dispute and a reflection of the true nature of its claim filed against SCM Group and Akhmetov in Cyprus. We maintain that such claim is baseless, just as the now discharged freezing order had been baseless”.Mendoza-Wilson vowed to continue challenging Raga’s claims both in Cyprus and abroad.You May LikeCosmoWomensMagYou Will Laugh on the Floor When you See these Pics!CosmoWomensMagUndomygreekfriend.travelPlan Your Meditation Vacations to Greece for 9 Days.mygreekfriend.travelUndoAirPhonesWhy Everybody in United States is Snapping Up These New Earphones?AirPhonesUndo Property owners price themselves out of the marketUndoFilm review: Child’s Play ***UndoUK plays Brexit hardball with ‘stubborn’ EUUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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