During the summer of 2018, the project working group initiated field sampling and site-specific prescriptions.OGC says earth work followed in the early fall and was completed by the FNFN’s contractor and employees.According to OGC, Native plant seeds collected during the early fall were provided to a local nursery in preparation for spring planting.FNFN Chief, Curtis Dickie, says these projects show that the First Nations are taking environmental responsibilities to the next level, adding that these projects are a great source of employment.“This opportunity is an example of First Nation’s people taking our environmental responsibilities to the next level. These projects will provide our people with employment and with the state of the local economy the partnership is very uplifting and we hope this partnership can be used as an example and create other opportunities to collaborate with the Commission going forward.”Michelle Mungall, Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, says this type of restoration work is part of the reconciliation process with First Nations to build a better future. “Our government is dedicated to reconciliation, and we are working with First Nations to build a better future. With this initiative, we are partnering with the Fort Nelson First Nation to make sure to protect the environment and restore oil and gas sites.”OGC is also working with other Treaty 8 First Nations to launch pilot projects, funded through OGRIS and the Orphan Site Reclamation Fund, to jointly explore restoration practices on orphan oil and gas well sites in their territories. FORT NELSON, B.C. – The B.C. Oil and Gas Commission will be restoring former oil and gas industry sites to their natural state, as part of a partnership with First Nations of Northeastern B.C.The OGC will be restoring former sites by utilizing funding from the B.C. Oil and Gas Research and Innovation Society and will be working with the Fort Nelson First Nation to restore borrow pits in the Clarke Lake area.According to the Commission, they will be restoring the former industry sites by using ecologically suitable and culturally appropriate restoration techniques.
Mumbai: Debt-laden Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) Monday said GAIL (India) has emerged as the highest bidder for its seven operating wind power plants. The bidding process to these assets having 12 sites spread across seven states was launched in November last year. “Gail’s offer of approximately Rs 4,800 crore for 100 percent enterprise value contemplates no hair-cut to the debt of the SPVs, aggregating to nearly Rs 3,700 crore,’ the company said in a release. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalThese wind power assets have a total generation capacity of 874 MW. The proposal was approved by the committee of creditors of IL&FS Wind Energy (IWEL), majority owner of the SPVs, it said. The company said engagement with the ORIX Japan, the other shareholders in the SPVs, with regard to the proposal is in progress, and the deal is expected to close in three weeks, it said. The sale proceeds will be distributed as per the resolution framework filed with the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) by the government,the company said. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boostThe closure of the deal will be subject to approval of Justice (Retd) D K Jain and NCLT. The Uday Kotak-led board of IL&FS group, as part of the resolution process has initiated sale of a number of group assets. Sale process for assets including education, funds, roads and thermal power plant are currently underway and binding financial bids are expected for these companies in stages by May 2019, it said. Under the resolution plan, the government has categorised IL&FS group companies into green, amber and red categories based on their financial position. Firms classified as “green” would continue to meet their payment obligations, while “amber” companies can meet only operational payment obligations to senior secured financial creditors. The “red” firms are the entities which cannot meet their payment obligations at all. Thousands of crores of money of more than 15 lakh employees of both public and private sector companies have exposure to IL&FS bonds. As these investments were classified as unsecured debt, the funds feared that all money would be lost if all market-related risks fell on them.
Senior Police DIG Nandana Munasinghe has been appointed to investigate a “white van” attempt on a medical student.
Stocks finished lower on Wall Street Friday amid new concerns about the progress of trade talks between the U.S. and China.The market turned lower in the afternoon after reports said a Chinese trade delegation had cut short a trip to the U.S. The selling, which erased modest early gains for the market, snapped a three-week win streak for the S&P 500. Technology stocks, consumer-focused companies and banks led the sell-off. Bond yields fell.On Friday:The S&P 500 fell 14.72 points, or 0.5%, to 2,992.07.The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 159.72 points, or 0.6%, to 26,935.07.The Nasdaq lost 65.20 points, or 0.8%, to 8,117.67.The Russell 2000 index of smaller company stocks slid 1.71 points, or 0.1%, to 1,559.76.For the week:The S&P 500 fell 15.32 points, or 0.5%.The Dow lost 284.45 points, or 1.1%.The Nasdaq dropped 59.04 points, or 0.7%.The Russell 2000 slid 18.37 points, or 1.2%.For the year:The S&P 500 is up 485.22 points, or 19.4%.The Dow is up 3,607.61 points, or 15.5%.The Nasdaq is up 1,482.40 points, or 22.3%.The Russell 2000 is up 211.21 points, or 15.7%.The Associated Press
“The office has noted with concern that illegal or arbitrary detentions constitute, both in number and frequency, one of the most worrying violations of human rights reported in the country,” the director of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) office in Colombia, Michael Frühling, said in urging a series of measures to improve the situation. “Such a state of affairs shatters not only the right to personal freedom and security but also the rights to due process and presumption of innocence,” he added yesterday at the presentation of a report on arbitrary detentions prepared by the Colombia-Europe-United States Coordinator, a non-governmental human rights group. Mr. Frühling called for the observance of such basic recommendations as ensuring that detentions take place only with a written judicial warrant and when based on actual evidence and not mere suspicion. “The office is also concerned that mass-scale detentions and individual seizures with no juridical basis frequently affect members of vulnerable groups such as human rights advocates, community leaders, trade union activists and people living in areas where illegal armed groups are active,” he said. “As is well known, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights is firmly convinced that human rights and international humanitarian rights in Colombia can be considerably enhanced if its recommendations are applied, consistently and fully, during 2005,” he added.
During a meeting in the Turkish city of Istanbul, the three men talked about the adverse effect of the conflict on the region and the urgent need to find a way to stop the bloodshed and alleviate the suffering of the Syrian people, according to a statement issued by Mr. Brahimi’s spokesperson.More than 20,000 people, mostly civilians, have died in Syria since the uprising against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad began some 19 months ago. A further 2.5 million Syrians urgently need humanitarian aid, according to UN estimates.While in Istanbul, Mr. Brahimi also met the Chairman of the opposition Syrian National Council (SNC), Abdel Bassett Sida, and members of the SNC Executive Committee, as well as other members of the Syrian opposition.Mr. Brahimi has been holding talks with leaders in the region, including the Syrian Government, to find a solution to the prolonged crisis. Earlier this week, he met in Jeddah with the King of Saudi Arabia, Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, as well as the Saudi Deputy Foreign Minister, Prince Abdelaziz Bin Abdallah.
Two Brock University professors are being lauded by national organizations for their work examining aboriginal and women’s history.Maureen Lux and Carmela Patrias, both of Brock’s Department of History, were celebrated during the annual Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences held at Ryerson University at the end of May.Lux was recognized by the Canadian Historical Association for her latest book, Separate Beds: A History of Indian Hospitals in Canada, which was named Best Book in the Aboriginal History category. Patrias was honoured by the Canadian Committee on Women’s History with the Hilda Neatby Prize for the best article in women’s history. She was recognized for her work entitled, “More Menial Than Housemaids? Racialized and Gendered Labour in the Fruit and Vegetable Industry of Canada’s Niagara Region, 1880-1945.”Lux and her colleague Erika Dyck from the University of Saskatchewan also received the Best Article prize from the Canadian Historical Review for their work entitled, “Population Control in the ‘Global North?’: Canada’s Response to Indigenous Reproductive Rights and Neo-Eugenics.”Honoured by the recognition of her peers, Lux hopes that her book will add to Canadians’ understanding of the roots of some of the inequities indigenous people continue to face. “We tend to think of 20th century health-care history as the progressive story of the making of Medicare and the heroes who led the way,” Lux said. “At the same time, however, indigenous people were kept separate in underfunded, understaffed and overcrowded ‘indian hospitals’ that were rife with coercion and medical experimentation.”The book, described by the prize committee as a grim story of institutional racism told with compassion, was written to emphasize the “strength and resolve of indigenous communities to improve health care and create a more equal society,” Lux said.In doing the research, she was surprised how few archivists and historians had ever heard of the segregated hospitals, even though, in First Nations communities, most people either experienced the hospitals personally or had family and friends who did. “Until quite recently, the residential school experience was likewise erased from public memory,” she said.Lux was pleased her Canadian Institutes of Health Research-funded work with Dyck, which received the best article prize, also resonated with fellow historians.The article is part of a book the pair are writing on reproductive politics in the era after Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau liberalized the laws and famously declared the state had no place in the bedrooms of the nation. Their research examines those whose bedrooms became of greater interest to the state.Patrias was also humbled by the recognition for her article, which examines the history of seasonal agricultural workers in Niagara during the First and Second World Wars, as well as the Depression.Her work compares the various marginalized groups who performed this labour in peacetime, women generally known as farmerettes. They included mostly immigrant women from eastern and southern Europe and indigenous families, and the middle-class English Canadian women recruited to do the work during wartime.“The wages and conditions of labour of these groups were strikingly different,” Patrias said.“Immigrant and aboriginal workers were paid very low wages for this back-breaking labour, housed in inferior accommodation and eyed with suspicion in Niagara,” she said. “Privileged by their class and racial background, English Canadian women were welcomed with open arms in Niagara communities.”As a result, the latter group received higher wages, better housing, prepared meals and was commended on their wartime sacrifice — although their wages were still kept deliberately below those of male workers.Patrias said the article was intended to share the little known history of the female agricultural labourers who played an integral role in Canada’s fruit and vegetable industry.“I hope people will appreciate the contribution of women, indigenous and other racialized workers, and also understand more about the process of racialization and gendering as bases of inequality,” she said.Patrias, who is nearing retirement, said the award is especially meaningful because of her longstanding interest in women’s history.
Trimble and Neptec Technologies have announced that Trimble will distribute Neptec’s obscurant-penetrating laser scanners (OPAL) and 3D real-time intelligence (3DRi) software. In addition, Trimble plans to integrate data from Neptec’s scanners and software with Trimble’s geospatial and enterprise-level mine information solutions for the mining industry. Neptec’s OPAL and 3DRi technologies can be used for real-time sensing, high-resolution data capture, and recognition of features and assets. OPAL scanners provide sensing technologies for an accurate view of surroundings and 3DRi software provides intelligence to interpret that input and dynamically track the situation. Adding the OPAL laser scanner to Trimble’s mining solutions expands Trimble’s 3D laser scanning capability to offer improved data capture and penetration through dust, snow, rain and fog and to operate in high air particulate conditions common in mines.“With operating margins continuously being squeezed, our mining customers are increasingly looking for new technology solutions to measure and optimise the performance of their operations in real time,” said Nathan Pugh, Business Area Director of Trimble’s Mining Division. “The unique ability of Neptec’s OPAL 3D LiDAR to capture a real-time 3D view of a harsh and dynamic mine environment, and then extract actionable information without the need for extensive manual post-processing of the data, enables many new geospatial data-driven applications in functional areas such as drill and blast, haulage and materials processing for mining.”“OPAL and 3DRi are a first step in our broader strategy to adapt over 20 years of technology innovation for clients such as NASA and the Canadian Space Agency for commercial use on Earth,” said Mike Sekerka, CEO of Neptec Technologies. “Interest in our technology and products by industry leaders like Trimble is a tremendous validation of our commercialization strategy.”Neptec Technologies develops innovative 3D sensor-driven solutions for automation and robotics applications in harsh environments. The company was founded in 2011 to commercialise space-technologies developed by Neptec Design Group, an award-winning space flight technology company and NASA prime contractor. Its first products are a family of obscurant-penetrating laser scanners (OPAL) and a software development tool kit (3DRi) with advanced features such as automatic change detection and object recognition and tracking. The picture shows OPAL scan of haul trucks spotting in an open-pit mine (2 seconds).
Science Fiction in all its forms has become such a part of our society and bridged the gap from niche genre to pop culture phenomenon. There is something for everyone if you dig deep enough. The Wailing Blade is a great new comic series. There are a ton of amazing Sci-Fi TV shows to binge right now. Observe the best eclipses in Sci-Fi history too. You’ll find something you love in the world of Science Fiction for sure right here.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target After starting off strong last week, the world of science-fiction had a bit of slump. Luckily the lack of glittering awards ceremonies made me ask what other aspects of the sci-fi genre would folks coming to a weekly round-up like to see? The answer, of course, is essays. But first! What’s new this week.Reading RecommendationsThis week’s options include a novelette about first contact gone wrong and the beginning of what might be the next great sci-fi saga.The Kite MakerAt a brisk 32 pages, The Kite Maker by Brenda Peynado comes in at the low price of $.99. But don’t let the length fool you. The Kite Maker follows the story of an alien and human struggling to overcome fear and human-created genocide through a love of kites. While an allegory for the terrible things man is capable of when afraid isn’t new ground, it’s a trait we would do well to remember we have. It’s a great quick read for the week.MirageAlso out this week is Mirage by Somaiya Daud. The young adult novel begins “On a small moon orbiting a large planet, in a small farmhouse in a small village, there was a box, and in this box was a feather.” The tale is that of Amani, teenager who lives a quiet life under the rule of the Vathek Empire. Amani is pulled into adventure when she is kidnapped for her striking resemblance to the Princess Maram. Whether she wants to or not, Amani must find a way to survive being the princess’s body double, the quiet viciousness of court life, and her burgeoning feelings for the princess’ fiancé. Entertainment BuzzIt’s a great time to love genre adaptations as Hollywood has a voracious appetite for them. This week is no different. The Swedish sci-fi novel Aniara by Nobel Prize-winning author Harry Martinson will make its film debut at TIFF. Aniara records the tale of settlers on their way to Mars who are blown off course. Directed by Pella Kågerman and Hugo Lilja, Aniara has already been picked up for distribution by Film Constellation.Meanwhile, on the television side of things, The Swarm by Frank Schaetzing has been picked up by German broadcaster ZDF. The Swarm will air in eight parts. The narrative blends ecological warning with hard science-fiction. Marine animals the world over began to act strangle coupled with the appearance of millions of worms of an unknown species breaking free from Arctic ice set off alarm bells the world over. Scientists quickly discover the unfathomable; humanity isn’t the only intelligent life on Earth, and the deep-sea civilization has had it with us. Game of Thrones executive producer Frank Doegler is financing the project, with Uma Thurman set to star. So expect to see The Swarm on American TV as well, though no date has been set.Further ReadingBlack Mirror’s “San Junipero,” was peak sci-fi romance.Looking for more sci-fi musings? Then you probably enjoy think piece essays. You’re in luck, because those are internet specialties. This week Wired.com has an ode to the evolution of the science-fiction romance by Pia Ceres entitled, “The Pleasure and Promise of the Sci-Fi Romance.”If you need something a little more cerebral, try on Molly Flatt‘s essay for The Guardian. “Is the Future Female? Fixing Sci-Fi’s Women Problem” plums the depths of ingrained misogyny in the genre and how even female authors need to examine how and why the determine the personalities and physical characteristics of the heroines and villainesses. Netflix Axes ‘The OA’ Sci-Fi Series After 2 Seasons‘Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ Becomes Mostly Harm…
At 6:00pm, on Tuesday, October 30, KPBSD school principals will meet with site-councils and the public after a live video-streamed presentation from the district to all 22 school sites in the district. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The process is rolling forward for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 budget planning process for the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District. Participant input will be synthesized and presented to the KPBSD school board during future board meetings and work sessions.Link: KPBSD Finance Department Pegge Erkeneff, KPBSD Communications Liaison: “This year in particular we’re really focusing on site councils and everybody that has any interests in ours schools, or concerned about our school remaining high quality schools should come out to one of our site councils.” Erkeneff: “We will video stream from the district office, and then after the video stream locally at each site the principal will be meeting with the community that is gathered there for that school.” According to Erkeneff, the meeting will provide an opportunity to learn about reductions which have been considered in the past—some implemented, some not—as well as potential new or additional revenue will be explored.
Peter Dinklage as Tyrion LannisterHBOGame of Thrones will soon be airing its final season and fans may very well be realizing that this is indeed the end of their favourite show. So, in the spirit of goodbyes, we have the apparent description of the final scene that will wrap the final season of Game of Thrones.Be warned. Spoilers abound.The final episode winds down with a scene in the far far North, in the Lands of Always Winter. A single White Walker apparently rides to and brings the body of Bran Stark to an altar.It is known that the Night King stabbed Bran in episode 2. He was stabbed in the heart with Dragonglass. The White Walker seemingly performs a certain ritual and Bran opens his eyes, they’re apparently bright blue. The White Walker apparently puts a crown on Bran’s head and the altar slowly changes into one of ice. Bran Stark is the Night KingFacebookThat is quite an ominous ending to the show and we have to say, leaves things a bit open-ended. Could there be a continuation of the story in a sequel series? We know that HBO is planning a prequel series but Game of Thrones has been too much of a success for HBO to just end it. Maybe we can expect a sequel to Game of Thrones in a couple of years. But for now, we’ll just have to make do with the final six episodes of the final season of Game of Thrones. The cast and crew of the show has apparently been saying their goodbyes.The final season of Game of Thrones will air in April. We can’t wait for the final season of Game of Thrones.
Road Accident logoAt least three Bangladeshi nationals were killed on Saturday in a road accident at Kakadu Highway in Darwin, the capital city of Northern Territory of Australia.The accident took place at 12.30pm on Saturday, reports news agency UNB quoting ABC News.Seven young people – all believed to be members of the Top End’s Bangladeshi student community – were travelling from Jabiru to Cooinda in a Toyota Landcruiser on Saturday afternoon when it crashed on the Kakadu Highway.Four women were injured in the crash and are in a stable condition in Royal Darwin hospital, the report said.NT police acting assistant commissioner commander Tony Fuller said the accident occurred when the 29-year-old driver lost control on a large, sweeping bend.Two of the injured people might have limbs amputated, and another had a severe head injury, police said.“The two rear passengers were able to escape, the driver and front passenger were unable to escape, and they have died at the scene,” police said.
Nishiwaki made special note of something called Babinet-BPM: “We’ve developed a completely new analysis method, called Babinet-BPM. Compared with the usual FDTD method, the computation speed is 325 times higher, but it only consumes 1/16 of the memory. This is the result of a three-hour calculation by the FDTD method. We achieved the same result in just 36.9 seconds.”FDTD stands for finite-difference time-domain and BPM stands for beam propagation method. Both are numerical analysis techniques. Panasonic’s work is also described in Nature Photonics, in a study called “Efficient colour splitters for high-pixel-density image sensors.” The authors said, “We experimentally demonstrate that this principle of colour splitting based on near-field deflection can generate color images with minimal signal loss.” Citation: Panasonic tech fixes color setbacks in low light photos (w/ video) (2013, March 29) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2013-03-panasonic-tech-setbacks-photos-video.html “Conventional color image sensors use a Bayer array [the arrangement of color filters used in imaging sensors in digital cameras, camcorders, and scanners to create a color image]. The filter pattern is 50 percent green, 25 percent red and 25 percent blue in which a red, green, or blue light-transmitting filter is placed above each sensor. These filters block 50 to 70 percent of the incoming light before it even reaches the sensor,” according to a Panasonic release. Seeing demand for higher-sensitivity cameras on the rise, Panasonic sought a new solution to enable sensors to capture “uniquely vivid” color images. In the video, Seiji Nishiwaki commented further: “Here, color filters aren’t used. So light can be captured without loss, which enables us to achieve approximately double the sensitivity.”Nishiwaki said Panasonic’s technology can be used on different types of sensors, whether CCD, CMOS, or BSI and can be in step with current semiconductor fabrication processes. He said the new approach would not require any special materials or processes.According to DigInfo TV: “The image sensor uses two types of color splitters: red deflectors and blue deflectors.The red and blue deflectors are arranged diagonally, with one of each for every four pixels. RGB values can be obtained by determining the intensity of light reaching each of the four pixels. For example, if white light enters each pixel, pixels where it doesn’t pass through a deflector receive unmodified white light. But in pixels with a red deflector, the light is split into red diffracted light and cyan non-diffracted light. And when white light passes through a blue deflector, it’s split into blue diffracted light and yellow non-diffracted light. As a result, the pixel arrangement is cyan, white + red, white + blue, and yellow. The RGB values are then calculated using a processing technique designed specifically for mixed color signals.” © 2013 Phys.org Panasonic develops a next-generation robust image sensor (Phys.org) —Panasonic’s new color filtering technology is in the news this week after a video from DigInfo TV presented what imaging experts at Panasonic have been up to, and that is using “micro color splitters,” which achieve twice the brightness than before possible. These micro color splitters replace a traditional filter array over the image sensor. The result from the new approach is especially relevant for those working with low light photography—situations wherever there is less than daytime light outside, or any indoor photography without much ambient light. The researchers found their new approach could almost double the brightness in photos taken in low light environments. Saying no to traditional color filters, the researchers wanted a technique where light is captured without any loss. More information: Nature Photonics paper: www.nature.com/nphoton/journal … photon.2012.345.htmlVia Diginfo.tv Journal information: Nature Photonics Explore further The problem has been that image sensors have produced color pictures by using red, green, and blue filters for each pixel, but with that system, 50 percent to 70 percent of the light is lost. The micro color splitters control the diffraction of light at a microscopic level. Panasonic’s imaging experts said that they achieved approximately double the color sensitivity in comparison with conventional sensors that use color filters. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
Montreal is all set to record its highest number of visitors ever this summer, thanks to a number of festivals as well as the city’s 375th-anniversary celebrations and Canada’s 150th birthday bash.According to Tourism Montreal Vice President, Pierre Bellerose, if the trend so far this summer continues, the city could see 11 million visitors.Bellerose believes a number of new initiatives have helped boost Montreal’s profile, from new attractions to festival buzz. “We have new flights, direct flights, from China for example, which has brought a greater numbers of Chinese tourists to Montreal,” he said.The city’s 375th-anniversary celebrations have helped, too, Bellerose said.Tourism Montreal says last year visitors spent $3 billion and the group expects that amount to increase this year by up to six percent.
EUROBANK in Cyprus made a profit of €13.2 million after taxes during the first half of this year it announced on Wednesday.“Eurobank Cyprus retained during the first half of 2013 a satisfactory recurring profitability, which amounted to €13.2 million after taxes, and has a strong capital adequacy ratio of 38.7 per cent,” a Eurobank statement said.According to the financial report for the first six months of this year which were announced yesterday, the bank has a large surplus in liquidity and low operational costs.“We have strengthened our already leading presence in the fields of corporate banking, private wealth management, international corporation banking and capital markets despite the events in March which affected the economy,” the statement added.The bank said there is hope that the economy could recover from the current situation sooner than expected if the agreements in place are met.“By utilising its strong capital competence, excess liquidity and low cost base Eurobank Cyprus will continue to actively support the economy,” the statement concluded.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndoAngels And EntrepreneursRobert Herjavec Announce Venture Could Make You RichAngels And EntrepreneursUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoIsraeli rape suspects freed, woman who alleged assault arrested (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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Both sides have bolstered their squads by signing a few new players. The match is the first-ever meeting between the two sides in any competition and Mumbai FC will hope to make their mark in this encounter against the side from the Northeast.