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first_imgMore than $358,000 in funding has been announced for projects in Cape Breton that will help reduce greenhouse gases and air pollutants. Environment Minister Sterling Belliveau was in Port Hawkesbury today, July 13, to announce the funding, which comes from the ecoNova Scotia Fund for Clean Air and Climate Change. “This program allows us to fight climate change by working together with municipalities and community organizations,” said Mr. Belliveau. “The funding announced today will help reduce air emissions while cutting energy costs.” The Town of Port Hawkesbury is receiving $183,329 for upgrades to three municipal buildings, including insulation, weather stripping and lighting upgrades. The County of Richmond receives $112,500 for energy saving upgrades to water and sewage treatment plants and to the Richmond Arena in Louisdale. Other projects include an energy and emissions inventory and audit at the Cape Breton Regional Municipality, a solar wall at Telile Community Television in Arichat, and the replacement of an aging refrigeration plant at the Dr. Bernie MacLean Cultural and Recreation Centre in Inverness. These projects are expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by about 700 tonnes – equal to taking 150 cars off the road – and cut more than 2,200 kilograms of major air pollutant emissions. ecoNova Scotia funded projects help meet the objectives of the Environmental Goals and Sustainable Prosperity Act and the Climate Change Action Plan. The ecoNova Scotia fund administers funding from an original $42.5 million grant from the government of Canada. All funding is now committed and no new applications are being accepted. With this announcement, ecoNova Scotia has funded more than 130 projects. For more information on the fund, please visit www.gov.ns.ca/ecoNovaScotia .last_img read more

Boating safety

This Victoria Day long weekend marks the unofficial start to boating season.Hamilton Police Marine Unit and the Hamilton Port Authority launched Operation Safe and Sober today.A reminder to boaters to be safe when out on the water.Chris has fallen in the water. He’s trying to get himself back up. He thought ahead of time and put a re-boarding device, in this case a loop of rope to get his foot into and give him some additional leverage.A safety tool – one of many – Hamilton Police Marine Unit want you to be aware of now that boating season has arrived.“We’ll be out patrolling Hamilton Harbour and portions of Western Lake Ontario, stopping boats, checking to make sure they have all their safety equipment, competency and licences for boats.”For the third season, Hamilton Police along with the Port Authority have launched Operation Safe and Sober.“Fines on the water start at about $240. They go up to $500. If you’re talking about issues of impairment that means you’re talking about criminal charges plus thousands of dollars in potential fines.”according to police, alcohol is a factor in about 40 percent of boating incidents.Be prepared for ride checks at boat launches or on the water.Weather plays a role as well. Police say they’ve seen an increase in the number of rescue calls related to bad weather.“You can be in a small boat that’s low to the water and the wind picks up, the wave action can knock you out of the boat or capsize the boat.”All the more reason to always wear your life jacket.30 fatalities on Ontario waters last year, both MADD and the Canadian Safe Boating Council say having the right gear can save your life.Ian Gilson from the Canadian Safe Boating Council says, “The vast majority of them, well over 95 percent of the boating related fatalities are preventable.”Constable Ben Rushton agrees, “About 100 people across Canada die every year in recreational boating activities and roughly 90 percent of those are attributed to not wearing a life jacket or PFD or not wearing it properly.”The busiest port on the Canadian Great Lakes and every year, there are a few close calls. This is why the Hamilton Port Authority is asking boaters to be careful around commercial vessels.“When you’re transiting around them, it takes them about a mile-and-a-half to slow down and actually come to a full stop so we just want to remind those pleasure craft vessels out there to give the vessels a wide birth.”Always have your lights on, a charged cell phone and make sure you’re travelling at a safe speed. read more

Police blotter Man reports scam to police

Man alerts police to pornography scamA Norfolk County resident contacted police Friday after receiving an email from an unknown user demanding money.The email indicated that the victim’s accounts had been hacked and that they were in possession of their passwords. The email also indicated that they were aware of the adult websites that were visited by the male victim and if $1,200 in bitcoin was not forwarded, pictures and video of sites visited would be forwarded to everyone in his contact list.No money was forwarded and no personal information was provided.The victim realized that this was a scam and immediately contacted police after receiving the email.These types of messages are commonly known as scareware and are designed to create anxiety and complete shock for the computer owner resulting in the owner sending money, Norfolk OPP said in a media release.Police are reminding anyone that receives emails like this to be aware that it is just a scam.$15,000 damage to truckWater was poured into the gas tank of a pickup truck parked on Windham Road 11, Windham.The incident occurred between May 8 and May 11. The damage is estimated around $15,000.Investigation continues.Window smashedAt some point between 6 p.m. on May 11 and 11:10 a.m. on May 12 vandals smashed the rear window of a vehicle parked on a property on Patterson Street in Simcoe.Police continue to investigate.Purse stolen A purse was stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked at the Simcoe Recreation Centre parking lot on Saturday afternoon.The purse’s owner had been volunteering at an event nearby when her unlocked vehicle was entered. Once inside, her purse containing personal and financial information along with a large quantity of Canadian currency was removed.Anyone with information regarding this incident should immediately contact the Ontario Provincial Police at 1-888-310-1122.Driver and passenger facing chargesTwo people have been charged after police stopped and investigated a vehicle on Sydenham Street, Simcoe, on May 12 at 2:56 a.m.A 21-year-old woman from Wasaga Beach was charged with obstruct peace officer.A 33-year-old man from Norfolk County was charged with public mischief and personation with intent to avoid arrest, and prosecution or obstruct justice.Both are scheduled to appear in court at a later date.Man charged with having unmarked cigarettesA 21-year-old Caledonia man is facing multiple charges after being stopped by police.On May 11 around 12 p.m. Haldimand OPP were patrolling when a vehicle caught their attention. Officers followed and stopped the vehicle on Fife Street East, Caledonia.OPP investigation determined two different plates were on the vehicle but neither belonged to the vehicle.The driver was also accused of several offences including possession of unmarked cigarettes which were located inside the vehicle.The man is charged with fail to signal for turn, two counts using plates not authorized for motor vehicle, driving a motor vehicle without a driver’s licence, failing to have an insurance card, and possession of unmarked cigarettes.He is to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice in Cayuga at a later date to answer to the charges. read more

Golds pull TSX lower G20 finance ministers set to deal with currency

Golds pull TSX lower, G20 finance ministers set to deal with currency worries by Malcolm Morrison, The Canadian Press Posted Feb 15, 2013 4:34 pm MDT TORONTO – The Toronto stock market closed lower Friday as traders hoped a weekend meeting of G20 finance ministers would tackle worries that some countries are using their currencies for economic gain.The S&P/TSX composite index was down 35.16 points to 12,686.63, led by steep declines for gold stocks while the TSX Venture Exchange slipped 10.91 points to 1,185.65.The Canadian dollar was down 0.49 of a cent to 99.39 cents US as Statistics Canada reported that manufacturing sales fell 3.1 per cent during December to $48 billion, led by lower sales in the transportation equipment sector. It was the biggest decline since May 2009. Economists had expected only a 0.8 per cent pullback.New York finished well off early levels after a Bloomberg report warned of a very tough month for retailing giant Wal-Mart Stores Inc.It quoted an email from Jerry Murray, a Wal-Mart vice president, to another executive that said “February (month-to-date) sales are a total disaster.” Murray also called this February the worst start to a month in his seven years with the company.Wal-Mart shares closed down 2.15 per cent to US$69.30.The Dow Jones industrials gained 8.37 points to 13,981.76, the Nasdaq was down 6.63 points to 3,192.03 while the S&P 500 index slipped 1.59 points to 1,519.79.The University of Michigan’s consumer confidence index for February came in at 76.3, better than the 75 reading that was expected and up from 73.8 in January.Meanwhile, the G20 meeting in Moscow takes place amid speculation of a “currency war” in which countries devalue their currencies to gain a competitive edge.The Japanese yen has been the currency primarily in focus this week.Japan, the world’s third-largest economy, faces charges that it is trying to lower the value of the yen to stimulate its economy.The yen fell to a 21-month low against the U.S. dollar this week and a near three-year trough against the euro.As the yen falls, Japanese exports become cheaper compared with goods from other regions that are also trying to pull out of an economic malaise.Earlier this week, the volatility in the currency markets prompted the Group of Seven leading industrial nations, which include the U.S, Canada, four European Union countries, as well as Japan, to warn that volatile movements in exchange rates could adversely hit the global economy and to reaffirm their commitment to market-driven exchange rates.On Friday, the yen strengthened ahead of the G20 meeting with analysts expecting pressure to be exerted on Japan’s finance minister and central banker to at least commit to not allow the yen to fall much more.“The greater fear would probably be that this goes further and significantly so,” said Bob Gorman, chief portfolio strategist at TD Waterhouse.“I think that if there is some language that suggests that is not the case and what has happened has happened but you won’t see much more of it, I suspect that would have a calming effect on the markets.”The TSX ended the week down 0.89 per cent, reflecting earnings disappointments in the resource sector while the Dow industrials was flat for the week.The gold sector led TSX decliners, down about three per cent as April bullion on the New York Mercantile Exchange lost $26 to US$1,609.50 an ounce. Iamgold (TSX:IMG) faded 36 cents to C$7.96.Goldcorp Inc. (TSX:G) fell 68 cents to $33.99 as the miner said Thursday that record gold production levels at two mines in Ontario and Mexico helped it deliver a half-billion dollar profit in the fourth quarter and positioned it well for the coming year. Adjusted earnings were 57 cents per share, beating analyst expectations of 54 cents per share.The base metals sector slipped 1.29 per cent while March copper in New York was unchanged at US$3.73 a pound. Teck Resources (TSX:TCK.B) declined 91 cents to C$33.29.The March crude contract fell $1.45 to US$95.86 a barrel and the energy sector was off 0.43 per cent. Suncor Energy (TSX:SU) fell 44 cents to $31.75.Techs were also weak with BlackBerry (TSX:BB) down 82 cents to $14.23.Telecoms led TSX advancers after Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX:RCI.B) exceeded analysts’ expectations in the fourth quarter of 2012. Rogers posted quarterly net income of $455 million or 88 cents a share, beating expectations of 72 cents.Rogers’ revenue was $3.26 billion against expectations of $3.19 billion.Rogers also announced that president and CEO Nadir Mohamed will retire in January 2014 but will continue to lead the company through 2013. Its stock was ahead $1.85 to $47.32.And Telus Corp. (TSX:T) said its quarterly net earnings rose almost 23 per cent from a year ago to $291 million, or 89 cents per share. Revenue rose six per cent to $2.85 billion from $2.69 billion and its shares were up $1.03 to $67.81.Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB) reports it had $146 million of earnings attributable to shareholders in the fourth quarter, or 18 cents per common share, with nearly $7.2 billion of revenue. On an adjusted basis, the profit amounted to $327 million or 42 cents per common share, two cents below analyst estimates.Enbridge is also joining up with a partner to convert some of their natural gas capacity to ship crude oil from a pipeline hub in Illinois to refineries in the eastern Gulf Coast refinery market. The Calgary-based pipeline company and Energy Transfer Partners would each own 50 per cent of the joint venture, which they expect to be in service by 2015. Enbridge shares ticked 23 cents higher to $44.36. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

Boy who cut his knee after tripping over vandalised water meter awarded

first_img Image: Brian Lawless/PA Archive/PA Images Dec 7th 2016, 3:56 PM Share50 Tweet Email 22,592 Views AN 11-YEAR-old schoolboy, who cut his left knee after tripping on a “vandalised” Irish Water meter, has been awarded €12,500 damages in the Circuit Civil Court.Barrister John Nolan told the court that in November 2014, Finn Wallace was playing outside his aunt’s home at Middletown Valley, Riverchapel, Wexford, when his left foot was caught in the uncovered and broken water meter.Nolan told Judge James O’Donohoe that Finn, of Rose Glen Manor, Kilbarrack, Dublin, fell forward and lacerated the top of his knee.The court heard the wound had been bleeding heavily and was cleaned and bandaged by Finn’s mother, Tracy Wallace.  He was later taken to the Clannad Medical Centre in Dublin as the bandage continued to seep blood.Counsel said the wound was again dressed and took several months to heal.  Finn had not been able to play sports during that time.Judge O’Donohoe heard the wound has left a permanent visible scar on Finn’s knee.  Through his mother Tracy, he sued Irish Water for negligence.Nolan said Irish Water had made a €12,500 settlement offer and he recommended acceptance of it to court.  He said liability may be an issue if the case went to a full hearing.The court heard that Irish Water claimed the meter had been installed correctly but had been vandalised by a third party.“If that defence holds, Finn would lose his case,” Mr Nolan said.Judge O’Donohoe approved the offer.Read: Donald Trump is TIME’s Person of the Year 2016 >Read: ‘I won’t give up hope of finding Trevor’: Father of man missing for 16 years on his fight to find his son > 37 Comments http://jrnl.ie/3125853 Wednesday 7 Dec 2016, 3:56 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Boy who cut his knee after tripping over ‘vandalised’ water meter awarded €12,500 Finn Wallace was playing outside his aunt’s house when his foot was caught in an uncovered and broken water meter. Image: Brian Lawless/PA Archive/PA Images Short URL By Saurya Cherfilast_img read more

Mother and stepfather on trial in Germany after being charged with selling

first_img Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article No Comments Monday 11 Jun 2018, 10:53 AM Jun 11th 2018, 10:53 AM Short URL Image: Marc Roura via Shutterstock 22,894 Views http://jrnl.ie/4064232 center_img Mother and stepfather on trial in Germany after being charged with selling boy online for sex The pair also stand accused of rape, aggravated sexual assault of children, forced prostitution and distribution of child pornography. File photo Image: Marc Roura via Shutterstock File photo A MOTHER AND stepfather charged with selling their young boy online for sex have gone on trial in Germany today, in a case that police say is one of the most atrocious they have investigated.Berrin T (48) and Christian L (39) also stand accused of rape, aggravated sexual assault of children, forced prostitution and distribution of child pornography.They are accused of having sexually assaulted the boy – who is now nine – as well as pimping him on the so-called darknet for more than two years.Beyond a conviction and prison sentence, prosecutors are seeking preventive detention of the two due to the seriousness of the alleged crimes.The stepfather has a previous conviction for paedophilia.The case came to light following an anonymous tip last September and led to the arrest of eight people who have been charged with belonging to an online paedophile ring.Two of those arrested have since been convicted.During the trial of the related cases, the stepfather admitted on the witness stand to the assaults on the boy.He also made serious accusations against the boy’s mother, who has so far been silent in court.The boy is in state care.- © AFP 2018 By AFP Share4 Tweet Email1 last_img read more

Sudha may take part in Bibi ka Alam rally

first_imgHyderabad: After taking part successfully in Bonalu procession, ‘Sudha’, the new elephant brought from Karnataka, will also be taking part in the centuries-old procession of Bibi Ka Alam in the month of September. Organisers will be officially getting a nod from the Ministers including Home and Forest, after formally having discussion over modalities. Also Read – Hyderabad: Intermediate student dies of cardiac arrest in class Advertise With Us Speaking to The Hans India, the Fatima Seva Dal Society general secretary and Mujawar of Bibi Ka Alam, Aliuddin Arif, said that he would be formally meeting Home Minister Mohammad Mehmood Ali and Forest Minister Allola Indrakaran Reddy on Wednesday and would discuss the modalities. “I shall be submitting to them a letter of appreciation and formally seek nod for availing of the services of new elephant in the procession. As transporting the animal to and fro from neighbouring State is a tedious task and could impact its health, we shall be requesting the government to ensure that it stays on a for few days in between rehearsals and the day of actual procession,” he said. Also Read – Hyderabad: Wall collapse in Kukatpally damages four cars Advertise With Us With just a month left for the next event, where an elephant will be seen in the streets of the Old City once again for the procession, the organisers have already discussed the matter with high officials from police and other departments. Even the mahout (mahavath) was given details about the Bibi Ka Alam, the total weight and the nature of the items which have to be carried on the elephant. Sudha will be back in the first week of September for rehearsals, which will be held on September 4 and will take part in the traditional procession of Bibi Ka Alam which begins from Dabeerpura on the day of Youm-e-Ashura on September 10, (the tenth day of Muharram commemorating the martyrdom of Prophet Muhammad’s grandson, Hazrat Imam Hussain and his companions) and concludes at Chaderghat. Advertise With Us Recalling that this was not the first time the historic processions were facing problems, Arif, who is from the 11th generation of family serving this tradition, recalled that even in 2009 usage of pachyderm was barred and the organisers had to approach New Delhi to get permission. However, he expressed satisfaction that the Telangana government assured smooth conduct of both the traditional festivities of Bonalu and Moharram. Talking about the animal, he said that it was healthy enough to undertake the next task in Hyderabad and well trained and certified to remain cooperative with the thousands of devout. “We hope that the government would find a permanent solution by the next time these events are organised,” he hoped.last_img read more

Zil Hajj crescent sighted EidulAdha on Aug 12

first_imgHyderabad: The Eid-ul-Adha will be celebrated across Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on August 12 (Monday) as the crescent for Zil Hajj was sighted on Friday. This was announced by a team of noted Islamic Scholars under the aegis of the Central Ruiyat-e-Hilal Committee – Hyderabad Deccan. Therefore, Saturday will be the 1st of Zil Hajj, the 12th month and final month in the Islamic calendar and Eid-ul-Adha will be celebrated on August 12. The meeting, chaired by Majlis-e-Ulema-e-Deccan Secretary-General Moulana Syed Qubul Pasha Shuttari, and was attended by prominent clerics including Moulana Mufi Khaleel Ahmed, Moulana Hasan Ibrahim Hussaini, Moulana Syed Mahmood Pasha Quadri Zarikula and others.last_img read more

Five Former Jesuits Who Worked In Houston Accused Of Sexual Abuse

first_img Share Wikimedia CommonsFour of the Jesuit priests who have been accused worked at Houston’s Strake Jesuit College Preparatory at some point during their pastoral assignments.Five former Jesuit priests who worked in the Houston area have been credibly accused of sexual abuse with a minor, the U.S. Central and Southern Province of the Society of Jesus announced Friday.The Catholic religious order has published a list of names of Jesuits with “credible allegations of sexual abuse of a minor,” according to a news release.The five former Jesuits who worked in Houston and have been credibly accused are: Jody Blanchard, Thomas J. Naughton, Vincent A. Orlando, Edward D. DeRussy, and Austin N. Park.Four of them, Blanchard; Naughton; Orlando; and DeRussy, worked at Houston’s Strake Jesuit College Preparatory in Houston. Park worked at Houston’s St. Joseph Church.Blanchard, who has been accused one time, left the Society of Jesus in 1994.Naughton, who also was accused one time, left the order in 2009 and died in 2012.Orlando was also accused one time. He was removed from ministry and lives under supervision.DeRussy, who was accused more than one time, has been removed from ministry.Park was also accused more than one time and was removed from ministry.Father Ronald Mercier, the provincial superior for the Central and Southern United States, said in a statement that “the storm that the Church experiences today calls forth from us an unprecedented and yet needed response.”The list was compiled after an internal review of Jesuit personnel files.Province leaders have hired an outside agency, Kinsale Management Consulting, to review nearly 3,000 personnel files of Jesuits who are or were members of the U.S. Central and Southern Province or its predecessors as of January 1, 1955.If Kinsale discovers any additional men with credible accusations, their names will be added to the list. That review will happen in Spring 2019.The province urges anyone who experienced sexual abuse as a minor to report the offense to the law enforcement or child protective services in the locale where the abuse happened.Survivors are also encouraged to advise the Jesuits by calling Carol Zarinelli Brescia, Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She can be reached confidentially by phone at 314-915-7168 or email at ucsoutreach@jesuits.org.last_img read more

2 nabbed in Bengal for gang rape

first_imgKolkata: Two youths were on Wednesday arrested for the gang rape of a teenage girl in West Bengal’s North 24 Parganas, police said. A 15-year-old girl from Haroa was gang raped three days back on an open field adjacent to her house, a police officer said. “Sabir Mollah, 19, and Laltu Mollah, 22, both from that village were arrested on Wednesday. They knew the victim. The accused have been in the hiding since the incident on Sunday night,” the Haroa police station officer added. The condition of the rape survivor was stable, he said. She was taken to the hospital on Monday morning. Later send home. Whether there were any previous relations between the attackers and the victim would also be probed, the officer said.last_img read more

Kilo of cocaine found on Cozumel beach

first_imgCozumel, Q.R. — A one-kilo package of drugs has been found washed up on a Cozumel beach during a routine surveillance tour by police. The package was made available to the la Fiscalía General de la República for the corresponding inquiries.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) La Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional reported the discovery by military personnel when they say, they were conducting a routine tour. The package, which was washed up on a beach, was kilo of cocaine. last_img read more

Searching for ET Hawking to look for extraterrestrial life

first_img Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology It will be supported by the 100-meter Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia in the United States and the 64-meter Parkes Telescope in New South Wales, Australia.In addition, the Lick Observatory in California will conduct a deeper-than-ever search for optical laser transmissions.The project will be 50 times more sensitive than earlier searches, and will cover 10 times more of the sky, organizers say.It will also make use of SETI@home, a University of California, Berkeley project that uses some 9 million volunteers throughout the world who donate computer power to search astronomical data for signs of life.Milner said the search will be entirely transparent and will rely on open-source software so findings can be shared throughout the world.“Our approach to data will be open and taking advantage of the problem-solving power of social networks,” he said.The researchers say the focused computing power and the use of some of the world’s most powerful telescopes will allow them to collect in one day the same amount of data that would have taken one year to collect before the program began.Milner plans to back the program for at least 10 years although scientists agree it may take longer to find proof that alien life exists. Hawking said the new program should succeed because it has ample resources: access to time on major telescopes, a huge data capacity, and a long-term financial commitment that will not be withdrawn.“If a search of this sophistication finds no proof, that is an interesting result,” he said. “It will not prove that we are alone but it will narrow the possibilities and it is likely to produce data that is fascinating in its own right.”Based on new information about the number of other worlds where life could have taken hold it is “quite likely” humans are not alone, he said.“There is no bigger question,” Hawking said. “It is time to commit to finding the answer to search for life beyond Earth.”___An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that Hawking said: “We are intelligent, we are alive, we must know.”Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies The difference between men and women when it comes to pain Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Top Stories center_img Sponsored Stories LONDON (AP) — The search for extraterrestrial life received a major boost Monday with the launch of an ambitious $100 million program, backed by famed physicist Stephen Hawking and tech billionaire Yuri Milner.Combining unprecedented computing capacity with the world’s most powerful telescopes, Hawking and the Russian-born Milner seek to intensify the so far fruitless search for life beyond the planet Earth. How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation It is a coordinated plan to use the latest scientific methods to solve one of mankind’s enduring riddles: Are we alone?Hawking, who speaks using a computer-generated voice due to the effects of motor neuron disease, explained the reason for the project: “We are alive. We are intelligent. We must know.”Milner, who made a fortune through investments in companies like Facebook, said the power of Silicon Valley technology and innovation would be used.“The scope of our search will be unprecedented: a million nearby stars, the galactic center, the entire plane of the Milky Way and 100 nearby galaxies,” Milner told a packed press conference at the Royal Society in London.Organizers say the “Breakthrough Initiatives” project, also endorsed by other prominent British scientists, is the biggest ever scientific search for alien life. It includes a “listening” program — the effort to analyze vast amounts of radio signals in search of signs of life — and a “messaging” program that will include $1 million in prizes for digital messages that best represent the planet Earth.The messages will not be sent, however, in part because some scientists — including Hawking — fear messages sent into space could possibly spur aggressive actions by alien races. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Comments   Share   last_img read more

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