The Dawson Creek RCMP have dismantled a cannabis grow operation in Tomslake.On the evening of September 22nd, members of the Dawson Creek RCMP Drug and General Duty Sections executed a search warrant at a rural property in Tomslake.An indoor cannabis grow operation was subsequently dismantled at the rural residence. Three suspects have been charged with cannabis production contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and have been released on bail pending their first court appearance.- Advertisement -The RCMP remind members of the public, that if they have any information regarding the cultivation of cannabis in the Dawson Creek area, please contact the DC RCMP Drug Section at 250-784-3700 or Crimestoppers.
Car Industry Self-driving cars are on the way — but does the public understand their abilities and limits? Toyota Automakers and suppliers are working hard to develop autonomous cars and other self-driving technologies. But ensuring members of the public understand what those technologies can do — and also what they can’t do — is a different challenge. That’s why Audi, Daimler, General Motors, Toyota, Volkswagen, Waymo and several suppliers have founded a new partnership to provide that information.PAVE, or the Partners for Automated Vehicle Education coalition, was announced at a press conference at CES on Monday. The group intends to teach people about self-driving technology using three key strategies. First, PAVE will work to get both consumers and policymakers (i.e. legislators) behind the wheel with driver-assistance technology. Second, the group will hold educational workshops on the technologies for legislators. And finally, PAVE will offer “educational materials” that car dealers and service centers can offer to customers. Although the coalition also hopes to reduce the number of crashes and fatalities on American roads, PAVE does not necessarily plan to endorse only certain types of technologies. “It’s not about lobbying for one specific type of technology or one way to do things,” says Deborah Hersman, president and CEO of the National Safety Council, one of PAVE’s members. Instead, she says, the goal is “to help Americans better understand the potential and the promise of these technologies.” “We want to dispel the confusion about this technology that’s often misunderstood,” Hersman said. “We will provide clear and factual information so consumers understand this technology and what to expect.” Post a comment For automakers, many of whom are already PAVE members, the group’s education efforts should also ensure that car shoppers understand the benefits of driver-assist features in new models, as well as future self-driving cars. “No matter how good or ready the technology is, we need to ensure that society develops a level of trust with this automated technology,” said Kelly Kay, executive vice president of the Toyota Research Institute. Kyle Vogt, founder of Cruise Automation, agreed with the need for more public education. He said that his company likens today’s push for autonomy to the space race — the difference is, he said, that it’s being led by private companies who need to build trust with consumers. “People need to understand the technology to feel comfortable with it and ultimately to trust it with their lives,” he said. 9 Photos Share your voice 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better CES 2019 Tags 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value Self-driving cars: Stay up to date on all the latest news in autonomy.CES 2019 schedule: It’s six days of jam-packed events. Here’s what to expect. Here’s the self-driving car you can take around Las Vegas during CES More From Roadshow 85 Photos All the cool new gadgets at CES 2019 0 Audi Toyota Self-driving cars
Bethesda describes The Elder Scrolls: Blades as a “classic dungeon crawler reimagined.” Your customized character is a Blade, one of the Empire’s top agents, who’s forced into exile. While you’re fleeing, your hometown is destroyed. The company said it plans to add new features to the game after the launch. It’s letting early-access players into the game in waves, but there’s still time to sign up here. Bethesda also provided a full list of supported devices. Early access supports English, French, Italian, German, Spanish and Russian. Earlier this week, to kick off its celebration, Bethesda offered a free PC copy of Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. 3:18 Tags Now playing: Watch this: Elder Scrolls: Blades hits the new iPhone Bethesda is offering early access to The Elder Scrolls: Blades. Bethesda Gaming studio Bethesda said on Twitter Wednesday that The Elder Scrolls: Blades is getting a limited early-access program on iOS and Android. The early access is part of the 25th anniversary celebration for the Elder Scrolls game series. “Ready to play? We’re inviting players in waves, so make sure to keep an eye on your email for the invite,” Bethesda said. As part of our #TES25 celebration, we’re excited to announce that The Elder Scrolls: #Blades is officially in Early Access!Ready to play? We’re inviting players in waves, so make sure to keep an eye on your email for the invite.Here’s the updated FAQ: https://t.co/TZsYW4pnJy pic.twitter.com/2reothr8Zs— The Elder Scrolls (@ElderScrolls) March 27, 2019 Comments Share your voice 2 Gaming Mobile iOS 12
Private sector healthcare firm Sun Pharmaceuticals witnessed a plunge in its share price on Wednesday as brokerage firm IIFL said the US health regulator had issued a 14-page 483 observations letter to the company post inspection of its Halol unit in Gujarat.At 11.44 pm, shares of Sun Pharmaceuticals were down four percent to trade at Rs 677.45 at the National Stock Exchange.According to Moneycontrol, the US regulator completed inspection of the plant on December 1 and subsequently issued the observation letter to the company.”IIFL didn’t know the contents of the observations yet and it was also difficult to ascertain the severity of the 483 Form,” the report quoted IIFL as saying. The observation letter is expected to be available in a couple of days, the report said.An FDA Form 483 is issued to a drug maker when investigators observe any conditions which may constitute violations of the existing US drug regulations.Usually, after inspection of a drug manufacturing facility by US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) officials, observations are issued to the drug maker for taking remedial measures. Though compliance to observations made by the regulator is not mandatory, repeated non-compliance leads to issuance of warning letter and may lead to closure of the facility in extreme situations.According to the report, USFDA clearance to Sun Pharma’s Halol unit is vital for company’s future revenue growth as the US constitutes almost 50 percent of the drug maker’s revenue.Earlier, the Halol plant had received 483 observations letter of 19 pages ultimately resulting into issuance of a warning letter, the report said.
Kolkata: Bengal has emerged as the number one state in the country in terms of employment generation in the rural areas, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Tuesday. The state has topped the list by generating 30.98 crore person-days till March 31 under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA).The Chief Minister tweeted: “I am very happy to share with all of you that Bengal has emerged No.1 in the country in rural employment generation. Under 100 days work scheme, as on 31 March 2018, Bengal has generated 30.98 crore person-days, which is the highest in the country.” Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsExplaining the expenditure that has been carried out for the project in the last fiscal, she maintained in the tweet: “Moreover, West Bengal reported the expenditure of Rs 8007.56 crore under this scheme in 2017-18, which is again the highest in the country. In terms of average person-days per household, West Bengal with 59 days in 2017-18, is the best performer among the major states.”As per the data of the state Panchayats and Rural Development department, the Bengal government has not only become successful in scoring the first rank in the country in terms of job creation but it has even crossed the target set by the Centre for 2017-18 Financial Year. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedThe Centre had set a target of 23 crore person-days for Bengal in the 2017-18 fiscal. The state government had become successful in creating 24 crore person-days by the end of December 2017 itself.In the last three months of 2017-18 fiscal, the state government has also become successful in creating another 6.98 crore person-days jobs and the figure total reached to 30.98 till March 31.It may also be mentioned that the state government had created 21 crore person-days in 2016-17 Financial Year while in the 2017-18 fiscal it has reached to 30.98 crore that marked an increase by around 43 percent. This comes at the time when the state Panchayats and Rural development department has set a target of creating 25 crore person-days in 2018-19.There was also a meeting in this connection between senior officials of the state Panchayats and Rural Development department, Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA), Siliguri Mahakuma Parishads and authorities from all districts. It would also ensure the livelihood of around 10 lakh families which would essentially mean that every Gram Panchayat will have to provide jobs to around 300 families.