APTN National NewsThe Crees in Quebec are in the process of creating a new model of governance.It’s one that will give them power in their territories.APTN National News reporter Danielle Rochette has this story.
APTN National NewsThe brutal death of a five-year-old Manitoba girl, and the inquiry that followed, was supposed to lead to changes that could help save another child’s life.Phoenix Sinclair was murdered by her mother and her boyfriend in 2005. She had just been returned to her mother after being in and out of Manitoba’s child welfare system from birth.Earlier this year, the province apologized for the system’s failure to protect the young girl.Thursday, they faced more criticism.APTN’s Dennis Ward has the latest.
CARACAS, Venezuela — Bumping shoulders with fellow shoppers as she navigated Caracas’ biggest open-air market, Naira Garcia had no trouble tuning out the messy political struggle that plunged Venezuela into two days of deadly violence this week.She focused instead on her own daunting task: How to feed her family of five for the next two weeks on the $4 she had in her pocket. Like many of Venezuela’s poor, Garcia scrapes by on odd jobs — selling home-made lollipops or mangos that recently came into season.“There are good days and bad days,” said the 43-year-old mother of three teenagers, lugging two shopping bags with sardines, sweet peppers and leafy green onions. “I never abandon my faith.”The bustling Coche Market is a sign that Caracas has returned to what passes for normal life after the outburst of violent unrest that left at least four people dead. It began Tuesday when U.S.-backed opposition leader Juan Guaidó called for a military uprising, attempting to overthrow President Nicolás Maduro.The socialist Maduro is blamed for leading Venezuela into the deepest economic and political crisis in the nation’s history, despite having the world’s largest oil reserves. Soaring hyperinflation has pulverized paychecks in a nation where the average monthly wage is just $6.50.Opposition leaders had hoped that Guaido’s risky move would stir a string of high-ranking military defections and shake Maduro’s grip on power. But no rebellion materialized, and instead two days of deadly clashes ensued between protesters and police in cities across the country.Two people were killed by gunfire in the city of La Victoria and two others in Caracas, according to the Venezuelan Observatory of Social Conflict, a human rights group. Among the dead was 16-year-old Yosner Graterol, who died Thursday morning. Activists said at least 230 people were injured and 205 were detained during the clashes Tuesday and Wednesday.The entrenched president on Thursday urged the armed forces to combat “traitors” as he sought to project strength. Speaking at Fort Tiuna, a military base in Caracas, Maduro also said the opposition had sought to provoke bloodshed in the capital at Guaidó’s urging.Meanwhile, Venezuela’s top court ordered the arrest of opposition activist Leopoldo López, who took refuge at the home of the Spanish ambassador after joining Guaidó’s attempt to topple Maduro in violation of his house arrest. Lopez was detained for leading anti-government protests in 2014, and had been under house arrest for two years.Spanish officials said Thursday they would not hand over Lopez and urged the Venezuelan government to respect the ambassador’s residence.Speaking at the gate of the ambassador’s home in Caracas, Lopez said he expects the country’s military will step up to overthrow Maduro despite setbacks, adding that in recent weeks he has talked with majors in the Venezuelan armed forces, who told him they are committed to Maduro’s ouster.“I want to tell all my brothers in Venezuela and all over the world that we are not going to rest until we reach our goal, which is the cessation of the usury,” he said.But at the Coche market, such political talk was pushed aside Thursday to make room for haggling over the best price for carrots and shiny purple eggplants.Tucked beneath a hillside barrio in the capital, its narrow pathways were filled with bare-chested workers pushing carts heavy with sacks of onions and potatoes. They vied for space with shoppers and vendors selling cigarettes and bottled water.An occasional gambler played an old-fashioned shell-game with three tennis balls cut in half, and a white-and-red rooster drew a crowd, crowing from atop one nearby stall with watermelons balanced on a scale.Farmers truck in the produce, meat and coffee from miles away to the market, known for its low prices. Its customers include everybody from restaurant owners to homemakers who travel for hours from the outskirts of Caracas to get there.A woman crouched over a box of white onions said she sets the price based on what her customers, most of whom survive on monthly wages of $6 or less, are willing to pay. Another vendor, flicking a wad of cash in his left hand, explained that his stacks of bell peppers and eggplants would go for the equivalent of 20 cents. They were yesterday’s produce and go into the pot for tonight’s dinner.“Today, or never,” he said.Garcia, who carefully budgets for her shopping trips each two weeks into Caracas, said she was trained as a school teacher, but the low pay forced her to abandon the classroom. Instead, she and her husband sell mangoes that fall into the streets this time of year. During other seasons, they sell homemade lollypops.Garcia collects her meagre earnings and at dawn leaves her home in the rural outskirts of Caracas for a journey by foot, train and metro taking nearly two hours. She avoids entering into debates about Maduro and Guaidó and turns off the television when politicians take to the airwaves.“The truth be told, life is quite challenging,” Garcia said. “It’s better to pray to God and ask him to take control.”_____Associated Press writer Christopher Torchia in Caracas contributed to this report.Scott Smith, The Associated Press
The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) estimates there are eight million children in this age group, mostly girls, who are out-of-school in India.“Tens of millions of children will benefit from this initiative ensuring quality education with equity,” said UNICEF Representative in India Karin Hulshof.The Right to Education Act will “propel India to even greater heights of prosperity and productivity for all guaranteeing children their right to a quality education and a brighter future,” she added.UNICEF, along with the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the International Labour Organization (ILO), pointed out in a news release that without India, the world cannot reach the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) of having every child complete primary school by 2015. “This act is an essential step towards improving each child’s accessibility to secondary and higher education, bringing India closer to achieving national educational development goals, as well as the MDGs and Education for All (EFA),” said UNESCO New Delhi Director Armoogum Parsuramen.The Act is also being lauded for providing a platform to “reach the unreached,” as it contains specific provisions for disadvantaged groups, such as child labourers, migrant children, children with special needs, or those who have a ‘disadvantage owing to social, cultural, economical, geographical, linguistic, gender or such other factor.’ André Bogui, Acting Director for ILO’s Sub-Regional Office for South Asia, noted the opportunity the Act presents to reach disadvantaged young people such as child labourers. “Considering there is no general minimum age for employment, the Act recognizes that children should be in school which is an implicit recognition that they should not be at work.” 3 April 2010Three United Nations agencies are hailing what they described as a “ground-breaking” new act that legalizes the right to free and compulsory education for all children between the ages of 6 and 14 in India.
Husky gets green light to develop South White Rose oilfield off Newfoundland AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 5, 2013 10:59 am MDT ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Husky Oil Operations Ltd., a subsidiary of Husky Energy (TSX:HSE), has been approved to develop the South White Rose Extension project off Newfoundland.The Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board made the announcement today for the project that’s expected to cost about $1.2 billion.South White Rose is estimated to contain about 33 million barrels of oil that can be recovered using subsea flow lines connected to the SeaRose production vessel.Husky spokeswoman Colleen McConnell says first oil is expected by the end of next year.The offshore petroleum board says the province and Ottawa have ratified the board’s approval.McConnell says the first phase will start this summer with the installation of gas injection equipment at the site 350 kilometres east of St. John’s.
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In the spirit of freedom of speech and pushing boundaries as did the satirical cartoonists who lost their lives in the Charlie Hedbo tragedy, Greek cartoonists have chosen to aptly mourn in the form of cartoon. Dimitris Chantzopoulos chose to comment on the event through the simple depiction of a pencil and eraser as a metaphor for the individuals who create and the others who destroy. Another cartoon by Ilias Makris shows four of the cartoonists killed in the attack in the form of evil creatures. Upon arriving to a version of a Christian Paradise, they are welcomed with a banner and told “For you we will make an exception”. Others chose to provide further explanations with their cartoons, Andreas Petroulakis going that extra mile and making a written statement online. Petroulakis portrays the cartoonist drawing traditionally with a pencil or a pen, but instead with his own blood. He goes on to say, “cartoonists and jihadists have one important similarity. They both move inside a fantasy world. They also have an important difference, in that the imaginary world of cartoonists is a product of human intellect and has permanent cosmic references while the world of the Islamic fundamentalist is one otherworldly, imaginary Paradise, to which they only answer to. These two worlds can communicate like a pen can communicate with a Kalashnikov. The cartoon is the naughty child of enlightenment and religious fundamentalism is the spoiled child of darkness,” he said on protagon.gr.“The French cartoonists who perished yesterday were not afraid of them. The cartoonists across Europe have flooded today’s press and the internet with bold sketches as responses to fear.” Petroulakis clarifies that his opinion is not against religion or any one particular religious group, but against the blind religious fanaticism and extremism that some adopt to fuel such horrendous acts.Satirist cartoonists in Greece have great respect for the French, who they say are willing to push boundaries that others in the industry are to afraid to do. One of the cartoonists killed in the attack, George Wolinski was a role model for many Greeks, having once attended a cartoon festival in Greece. “He meant a lot,” Greek cartoonist Maria Tzaboura told macleans.ca.Despite the tragic loss at Charlie Hebdo, the surviving members have found the strength to push on and will publish an edition next Wednesday with the financial support of the Digital Press Fund. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
He came last to the Cypriot Community’s of Melbourne function but not empty handed! The Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten announces a grant of half a million for the redevelopment of the Community’s building if his party wins the next fed electionPosted by NEOS KOSMOS on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 More than 500 members of the Greek and Cypriot community had the opportunity to meet and greet with the Commissioner of the Cyprus Republic, Photis Photiou, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, community leaders and politicians.The function that took place at the hall of the Cyprus Community of Melbourne and Victoria was organised by the Cyprus Community board in honour of Mr Photiou, but it ended up being quite beneficial for the Community who is embarking into a new project, being the redevelopment of the of the Community’s headquarters.The beneficial aspect of the function started with the CEO of Bank of Sydney offering $10,000 to the president Mr Stelios Aggelodimou. After MP Maria Vamvakinou’s speech, Mr Photiou announced that the government of Cyprus will offer the community financial assistance to finish the project, however he did not announce the extent of this.Mr Photiou congratulated the Community members for their achievement and finished his brief address with an update on the Cyprus issue.“We are in a very critical phase,” he said, adding that “on the one hand there is the intransigence of the Turkish side and on the other we have an (Turkish President Recep Tayyip) Erdogan who comes back every day with a new face and puts new demands on a daily basis. Most importantly, he has raised some issues in relation to the security of Cyprus. These issues are of primary concern to them and they are refusing to proceed to a solution, if we do not satisfy their claims. Is it possible for the conqueror who invaded Cyprus and is for 45 years there to be the guarantor of tomorrow? We will not accept such a solution.”Member of Wills, Peter Khalil also took the stand trying hard to speak Greek but most importantly to announce the arrival of Mr Shorten. “I acknowledge the oldest continuous culture in this country,” said Mr Shorten“Theo [Theofanous] Maria and Peter contacted me today, informing me that there was going to be a very important function tonight and that I had to be here.I wanted to be here and I know that there is an election in 45 days or 52 whenever they have it. And I absolutely want you to vote Labor. For those of you who voted Labor thank you and I hope that the rest of you will do it because Labor supports and rewards the hard work and the achievement of the Cypriot community. There is also another reason I am here. I wanted to be here is because it is great to be here. This is a good gathering to be, and to announce that if Labor is elected we will match the Victorian government, Daniel Andrews’s contribution with also half a million dollars for the project the Community has embarked on.”His pledge was received with a great deal of enthusiasm from the audience who after he finished his speech had the opportunity to have a chat with him. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
The oldest evidence of the cult of ancient mythological figure Hekate has been discovered by a team of Italian archaeologists in an ancient Greek city in Sicily.“They have detected the oldest ever evidence in the Greek world of the cult of Hekate, a pre-IndoEuropean god taken up by the Greeks who reigned over the evil demons, the night and the moon,” Selinunte Archaeological park Director Enrico Caruso told Italy’s Agenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata (ANSA).Selinunte was an ancient Greek city on the south-western coast of Sicily in Italy, situated between the valleys of the Cottone and Modione rivers.Five temples perched across an acropolis were found at the archaeological site where the relic was uncovered, ANSA reported. The team used thermal cameras to identify fresh structures at Selinunte near Trapani, including a large temple of Hera, marked as ‘Temple E’ which has been re-erected.According to the findings, at its peak (before 409 BC) the city may have contained up to 30,000 people, excluding slaves. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Votes for a levy in the northern part of the county and around Yacolt for ambulance services and another levy for additional staffing and other needs at Clark County Fire & Rescue were handily passing according to preliminary results from Tuesday’s primary.An excess levy 1.40 per $1,000 of assessed property value for North Country EMS’ ambulance services was passing with about 91 percent voting yes (165 to 17) in Yacolt, and about 80 percent voting yes (1,892 to 459) in the rest of the district.The levy helps fund ambulance services in the area, and for someone in a $300,000 home, it’ll cost about $420 per year in property taxes.The money from Yacolt and unincorporated district residents pay for about a third of the district’s operations. The district’s regular levy, at about 40 cents per $1,000, pays for another third, and the rest comes from use fees.The passing levies were projected to raise more than $2.2 million total to pay for district maintenance, operation and staff salaries for three years, and the tax will be collected in 2018.
Barcelona defender, Gerard Pique, granted an interview to former striker Hristo Stoichkov and confessed he felt out of Barcelona at Manchester United.The case of Gerard Pique is like many others in the top European clubs, he revealed some very interesting information to former Barcelona striker Hristo Stoichkov during an interview.The Catalan defender was able to speak directly to the Bulgarian former footballer, who was on assignment with Univision Deportes and was granted the exclusive with Gerard.The interview was mostly about Pique’s beginnings in Barcelona, he spoke freely about the time when he believed that going back to his childhood club could become impossible.During last Tuesday’s press conference in which manager Ernesto Valverde gave a preview of the upcoming match between the Catalan club and Internazionale Milano, Hristo was allowed to ask the boss a question that made everybody in the room burst with laughter as he offered himself to replace Messi on Wednesday against Inter Milan.But the main focus of Hristo’s visit was Gerard Pique’s interview.“I thought I would never go back to Barcelona, especially when I left to play for Manchester United,” said Pique during an interview with Univision Deporte’s Hristo Stoichkov.“I believed I could be a professional in this sport, I wanted to live the experience of playing football on a professional level. But I did think that going back to Barcelona would be very, very difficult.”Top 10 players who played for both Barcelona and Valencia Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to talk about the best players who represented both Barcelona and Valencia, prior to their La Liga encounter at Camp Nou this evening.“When I finally returned I was living a dream because I was finally playing for the first squad, that meant I was going to play at Camp Nou.”“I followed Barça since I was a little boy. You were one of my idols,” said Gerard to Stoichkov.“I remember the first match I attended was in 1992 in San Sebastian, I watched a Real Sociedad vs Barça, which you lost 2-1. But that was a birthday present that my parents made for me, the trip to Anoeta that was. When I was there, I met Andoni Zubizarreta.”“I met several of the players there. And well, my love for the club and football came from there, I was a club member since I was born. My grandfather made me a member,” he concluded.😀 Cuando una leyenda como Hristo Stoichkov se ofrece para volver al equipo… pic.twitter.com/1SaSxp1yQ2— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona_es) October 23, 2018
Two of the major b-to-b news stories this week—the restructuring at Ziff Davis Enterprise and the massive downsizing at Nielsen Co.—have interesting back stories. When Steve Weitzner was named CEO of Ziff Davis Enterprise in January, he announced a major restructuring within days. The move surprised observers, but included no downsizing. The downsizing came this week. But the cuts may have been foreshadowed last month when Insight Venture Partners—the company that carved out and acquired for $160 million a portion of Ziff Davis Media last June—took on a second private-equity partner. The new co-owner of ZDE was Bessemer Venture Partners, which put $20 million into the company in a move characterized as providing funding for acquisitions. That may not be the case. Private-equity firms, says one industry source, are highly reluctant to dilute their equity position, and would only choose to do so in the event that they needed to-presumably because performance goals were not being hit. This is, of course, pretty much pure speculation, but equity is the most expensive form of capital, and it’s more likely that the BVP investment is a sign of turbulence than it’s a bullish greenlight for acquisitions. Regarding the Nielsen downsizing, one observer told me that it looks like standard General Electric practice. Of course, Nielsen CEO David Calhoun comes from GE. “It’s the old GE playbook,” the observer said. “They get handed their marching orders. Grow revenue in the high single digits and EBITDA by 15 percent. No questions asked.”
PSP2, NGP, whatever you want to call it, we already knew that Sony’s next-gen handheld console would come with 3G. Heck, it’s right there on the official spec sheet. What we didn’t know is whether or not every PSP2, NGP, whatever you want to call it would have integrated 3G connectivity or if — like the iPad or Galaxy Tab — it would ship with two SKUs: one WiFi only, the other WiFi + 3G.Now Sony Computer Entertainment Europe president Andrew House is setting the record straight: expect two SKUs.“The first thing to clarify, which I’m not sure the presentation did a perfect job of doing today, is that all of the devices will have WiFi capability… while a separate SKY will have 3G.” This is good news. For most gamers, it will keep the PSP2’s (or NGP’s, or whatever you want to call it… okay, we’re done with this joke now) price affordable without a contract, while also opening the door for network subsidization and — even better — access to Sony’s own new Android-based PlayStation Suite app store.Read more at Eurogamer
Kolkata: The Regional Meteorological Centre at Alipore has predicted a heat wave warning for the city and some of the South Bengal districts for the next 48 hours.The traditional hot belt of Bankura, Purulia and some parts of Burdwan are likely to see a further rise in temperature, the weather office said. The discomfort level may prevail over the next two days.A weather expert said scorching westerly winds from the Northern states are bringing the heat wave conditions into the state. The impact of the westerly winds is so high that the monsoon currents have been stalled. Kolkata has not recorded such warm days during this part of the year even after the onset of monsoon. This is considered to be a significant change in the usual weather pattern of the region, an official of the MeT department said. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsThe scorching westerly winds are blowing from these regions because the rains are yet to reach there. Due to the monsoon currents getting stalled, the condition remains dry. According to the weather office, the temperature in some of the South Bengal districts will hover around 40 degree Celsius. The relative humidity will also remain over 80 percent, a weather official said.The weather office also mentioned that due to weak monsoon flow and prevailing strong west to north-westerly winds in low levels, moderate heat wave condition is likely to prevail over the districts of South Bengal including Kolkata for the next two days. However, there is a forecast of rain in the North Bengal districts. Doctors have advised adequate consumption of water and asked people not to go out in the sun without adequate protection.
AirAsia, signs up for Travelport’s rich content and brandingTravelport today announces a new agreement signed with AirAsia, Asia’s largest low cost carrier, for its Rich Content and Branding solution.This supplements the distribution agreements that Travelport already has with seven carriers within the AirAsia group.Through the agreement, AirAsia becomes the first Low Cost Carrier (LCC) in Asia to sign up for this innovative feature that allows airlines to market and retail their products more effectively by controlling how their products are visually presented and described to travel agents. It is designed to enable partner airlines to use more sophisticated retailing techniques in order to drive sales of core fares as well as ancillaries and “optional extras” such as selected seating and lounge passes.The popular merchandising technology has seen more than 100 airlines signing up including leading carriers such as China Eastern Airlines, Delta Air Lines, British Airways, Singapore Airlines, easyJet, Ryanair and many more.Spencer Lee, Head of Commercial, AirAsia Berhad, commented: “On AirAsia.com, we are very proud of the wide variety of options and add-ons we offer to our customers, clearly presented with detailed descriptions and highly illustrative visuals. We are glad we are now able to present our products in the same manner to Travelport’s global network using its Rich Content and Branding solution.”Damian Hickey, Vice President, Asia Pacific and Global Sales Strategy, Air Commerce, Travelport, added: “We are delighted to join hands with AirAsia to present the Airline’s complete and unique brand experience to our network of 259,000 travel agency terminals worldwide. This is indeed a first in Asia.”Source = Air Asia
CANNES, France — Twenty-five years after premiering “Pulp Fiction” in Cannes, Quentin Tarantino is set to bring his latest, “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” to the French Riviera festival Tuesday.Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction” went on to win the Palme d’Or in 1994. His latest is expected to cause the biggest frenzy of the festival, bringing Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie to the Cannes red carpet.Ahead of the premiere of “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” Tarantino issued a statement to festival audiences imploring them not to spoil the film for future moviegoers. The movie is about Los Angeles in 1969.“Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” is premiering in competition in Cannes ahead of its theatrical release in July.The Associated Press This image released by Sony Pictures shows Leonardo DiCaprio in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” The film will premiere in competition at the upcoming French festival, adding one of the summer’s starriest, most anticipated films to Cannes’ red carpet. (Andrew Cooper/Sony-Columbia Pictures via AP) by The Associated Press Posted May 21, 2019 2:04 am PDT Tarantino is back in Cannes, 25 years after ‘Pulp Fiction’ AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
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