The Ontario government has announced plans to raise its minimum wage to $14 an hour on Jan. 1, 2018 and to $15 an hour the following year. Here’s a look at what minimum-wage workers are paid across the country:Alberta – $12.20 an hour, rising to $13.60 this year and reaching $15 an hour on Oct. 1, 2018.British Columbia – $10.85. It’s expected to rise to at least $11.25 this year.Manitoba – $11. The government plans to raise it every year along with the rate of inflation.New Brunswick – $11. Adjusted annually relative to the consumer price index.Newfoundland & Labrador – $10.75 rising to $11 on Oct. 1, 2017.Northwest Territories – $12.50Nova Scotia – $10.85. Adjusted annually April 1 based on the consumer price index.Nunavut – $13. Adjusted annually April 1.Ontario – $11.40.Prince Edward Island – $11.25.Quebec – $10.75, rising to $11.25 per hour May 1.Saskatchewan – $10.72. Adjusted annually Oct. 1 relative to the consumer price index and average hourly wage.Yukon – $11.32. Adjusted annually April 1 based on the consumer price index.Source: The Canadian Press, Retail Council of Canada
Rabat – Gabonese President Ali Bongo Ondimba is expected to give a speech to the Gabonese nation on New Year’s Day from Rabat, AFP learned on Wednesday from a source close to Ali Bongo’s entourage. Bongo has been in Rabat since November 29 recovering from a stroke.It will be Bongo’s first speech since he was hospitalized in Saudi Arabia on October 24 after a stroke. Bongo spent a month in a hospital in Riyadh before transferring to Rabat. He was first cared for in Rabat’s military hospital, and then moved to a private residence where he is still recovering.Bongo’s extended absence has caused considerable uncertainty in Gabon. Three opposition parties called for Gabon to send an independent medical team to Rabat to determine whether Bongo can continue to perform his presidential duties.read Also: King Mohammed VI Visits Gabonese President Ali Bongo in HospitalA presidential source told AFP that the 59-year-old president is following from Rabat “all the important files of the country.”King Mohammed VI visited Bongo while he was in Rabat’s military hospital and expressed his wishes for a speedy recovery.If Gabon determines Bongo does not have the physical and intellectual ability to perform his duties, the president of the Senate, Lucie Milebou Mboussou, would act as interim president until a presidential election which would be called within a maximum period of 60 days.The Gabonese vice president, Pierre Claver Maganga Moussavou, acknowledged in early December that Ali Bongo had suffered a stroke, according to AFP.
The selection as appeals court presiding judge, voted last month in a plenary session of judges in The Hague, automatically makes him the President of the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL).Justice Emmanuel Ayoola of Nigeria has also been re-elected as Vice-President, according to a press release issued today by the court from Freetown, the Sierra Leonean capital.The Special Court is an independent tribunal established jointly by Sierra Leone’s Government and the UN in 2002. It is mandated to try those who bear the greatest responsibility for atrocities committed in Sierra Leone after 30 November 1996.The trials of three former leaders of the Armed Forces Revolutionary Council (AFRC), two members of the Civil Defence Forces (CDF) and three former leaders of the Revolutionary United Front have been completed, including appeals.The trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor, which is taking place in The Hague, is currently in the defence phase. 9 June 2011Justice Jon M. Kamanda of Sierra Leone has been re-elected unanimously to a third term as Presiding Judge of the Appeals Chamber of the United Nations-backed war crimes tribunal set up to deal with crimes committed during the civil war in that West African nation.
SASKATOON — The City of Saskatoon says about 2,300 pigeons have been killed as part of a project to rehabilitate a major bridge.The city says the dead birds have been removed from the Senator Sid Buckwold Bridge along with 635,000 kilograms of pigeon poop.It says the birds and the poop had to go because they posed a health risk and the weight of the droppings — equivalent to 356 medium-sized vehicles — could compromise the structure of the bridge.The city says a specialized pest control company was hired to trap and humanely euthanize the pigeons and barriers are now in place to prevent birds from roosting in the same areas again.Killing the birds, removing the droppings and building the barriers cost $800,000.Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below.The bridge was completed in 1966 and spans the South Saskatchewan River. (CTV Saskatoon, The Canadian Press)
← Previous Story Russia win Riga Council Cup 2015 Next Story → Handball-Planet.com TOP 50 cities in 2015: From Budapest to Doha and Sao Paulo After three and a half years in Veszprem, Spanish coach Antonio Carlos Ortega has to begin with something new in proffesional career. Former five times EHF CL winner as a player and EHF CL finalist with Veszprem last season at VELUX EHF F4 in Cologne, took interesting challenge with Japanese national team in Asian Championship campaign in January. That would be a short-term deal.Japan will try to win the ticket in Bahrain for the Men’s World Championship 2017 in France.Ortega, who made good results with Hungarian Veszprem, is also a target of some European teams. The most serious is Danish champion KIF Kolding Kobenhavn. The Danish side would like to see Spaniard on the bench in the future. Antonio Carlos OrtegajapanKIF Kolding
Thursday 6 Apr 2017, 8:29 PM Image: Google Maps Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Share169 Tweet Email2 69,416 Views By AFP A GRIEVING RUSSIAN mother stuffed the body of her anorexic ex-model daughter into a suitcase and threw it into the sea after she starved to death, according to reports in Italian media.The wasted remains of Katerina Laktionova (27) were discovered late last month after fishermen spotted the small black suitcase in the waters off Rimini, a city on Italy’s Adriatic coast where her mother worked as a caregiver.An initial murder probe was dropped after an autopsy showed the young woman had died of hunger days before her body was dumped.Laktionova’s mother (48) who flew back to Russia shortly before the body was found, made a tearful confession to Russian authorities in which she admitted she had sat in shock over her daughter’s corpse for days before deciding to dispose of it.The Corriere della Sera daily said investigators were tipped off by a friend of the mother, who feared foul play after the suitcase was found.He said the caregiver had called him claiming to be in Russia in the run-up to the discovery, but the calls were made from Italy.The ex-model, who had been hospitalised for a short period in Italy in 2015, had spent her final days lying in bed in the dark, and was believed to have died at least a week before she was put in the suitcase, the daily said.Read: Italian rape case dropped as ‘woman didn’t scream’Read: Eurogroup chief under fire for saying southern Europeans ‘spent their money on drinks and women’ Rimini in Italy. Rimini in Italy. Image: Google Maps Apr 6th 2017, 8:29 PM Grieving mother ‘threw the body of anorexic daughter into the sea’ in Italy The wasted remains of Katerina Laktionova (27) were discovered late last month. http://jrnl.ie/3327705 Short URL 20 Comments
Les wallabies menacés d’extinction en AustraliePlusieurs espèces rares de wallabies, de bandicoots et d’autres animaux d’Australie seraient menacés d’extinction, selon un rapport de scientifiques australiens.Des douzaines d’espèces d’animaux d’Australie pourraient bien totalement disparaitre d’ici 20 ans. C’est ce que révèle un rapport du Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), organisme gouvernemental australien pour la recherche scientifique. Cette menace concernerait plusieurs espèces rares de wallabies, de bandicoots, d’oiseaux mais aussi de lézards et d’autres vertébrés. Des animaux parmi lesquels 30 % ne vivraient que dans la région australienne Kimberley, leur dernier refuge avant l’extinction totale.À lire aussiUne femme meurt après avoir été mordillée par son chiot”Nous sommes au milieu d’une extinction massive en Australie et cette région est véritablement le dernier bastion pour plusieurs espèces d’oiseaux, de mammifères et de reptiles” a indiqué au Daily Mail, le Dr Tara Martin, co-auteur du rapport. Selon les scientifiques, ces animaux seraient victimes de chats sauvages et de la destruction de leur habitat naturel par des ânes sauvages, des chèvres ou par des incendies.Si le rapport indique que des programmes de conservation devraient d’ici peu voir le jour, il explique également que le meilleur moyen de combattre cette menace serait de réduire le nombre d’animaux qui entrent en concurrence avec ces espèces pour la nourriture et pour l’eau. De même, combattre davantage les incendies pourraient permettre de retarder voire d’éviter l’extinction.Le Dr Martin a ainsi déclaré que certains bénéfices de ces efforts de conservation pourraient rapidement être observés, alors que d’autres prendront certainement plusieurs générations.Le 27 mars 2011 à 09:06 • Emmanuel Perrin
Sécurité maximale chez IBMSi l’entreprise américaine autorise ses employés à travailler avec leurs smartphones ou tablettes tactiles, ceux-ci doivent d’abord subir un important paramétrage interne…Chez IBM, comme dans la plupart des entreprises de haute technologie, on prend un soin particulier à protéger ses secrets de l’espionnage industriel. Si depuis 2010, les employés de la firme américaine sont autorisés à travailler à partir de leurs propres terminaux mobiles, cela ne va pas sans quelques mesures spécifiques, explique Business Mobile. Jeanette Horan, la directrice des systèmes d’information d’IBM a ainsi constaté que bon nombre des employés étaient “parfaitement inconscients” des risques de sécurité que certaines applications populaires pouvaient constituer.Elle a donc mis en place un système consistant à faire passer les terminaux mobiles dans les mains du service informatique, afin que celui-ci désactive des éléments jugés potentiellement dangereux, tels que les services de transfert de fichier de type Dropbox ou iCloud. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Autre logiciel banni chez IBM, le système de reconnaissance vocale Siri de l’iPhone 4S. Mais pourquoi de telles précautions ? Dans le cas de Siri, le service s’appuie sur des serveurs Apple. Les informations échangées sont donc enregistrées et hébergées par la marque à la pomme. Ce que IBM ne souhaite évidemment pas et qui explique cette prudence qui consiste à configurer le terminal, selon le modèle et le niveau de responsabilité de son propriétaire. Deux précautions valent mieux qu’une… Le 25 mai 2012 à 15:00 • Maxime Lambert
According to Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl, if a good offer comes for the footballer the team will let him go.Italian footballer Manolo Gabbiadini joined Southampton in 2017.But he has yet to impress the club and new manager Ralph Hasenhuttl believes they might have to let him go.“I know that there a few interests,” Hasenhuttl told The Daily Echo.“Our squad at the moment is too big – we have to sell players and he’s one that other clubs are interested in.”Solskjaer slams Man United’s draw: “We should have won” Andrew Smyth – August 31, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was left to rue another missed opportunity as Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw against 10-man Southampton.“It could happen in next few days that he transfers,” he added.“What we want to give him is a chance to make the next step.”“If there is the possibility, then we will help him to do so,” he commented.“He has done a lot for this club and we will find a good solution which is a win-win for both sides.”
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Alex Proimos/FlickrTexas nursing homes are are having a hard time hiring and keeping nurses. A new study from a group representing nursing homes says that problem is set to become even worse as the population ages in the coming years.According to the report, the turnover rate for nurses working in nursing homes is more than 90 percent. A lot of this has to do with how little nurses are being paid. Kevin Warren is the president and CEO of the Texas Health Care Association – a lobbying group for nursing homes in the state. He says most nursing homes get a lot of the care they provide reimbursed by Medicaid – and the state has set that reimbursement rate far too low. Warren says that means most nurses can’t afford to stay in those jobs. And he says that hurts the quality of care people receive in those homes.“I can tell you that from personal experience that the level of comfort a family gets from seeing that same staff caring for mom or dad – it’s immeasurable,” Warren said.According to Warren nursing homes are losing nurses to better paying jobs in hospitals – and in some cases, fast food restaurants. Share
With today’s award, she has been named ACC Player of the Week nine times in her career. She has earned the accolade three times this season, previously being honored on Nov. 12 and Dec. 3. For the week, Durr shot 49 percent from the floor, while averaging 3.0 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 2.0 steals. On Tuesday night against UT Martin, she posted 25 points on 8-of-18 shooting, including 3-of-6 from beyond the arc and 6-of-6 from the foul line, while adding five rebounds, three assists and three steals. She followed that performance with 32 points on 13-of-25 shooting against Kentucky, opening the game with Louisville’s first seven points in route to a 15-point first quarter. Story Links LOUISVILLE, Ky. – University of Louisville senior guard Asia Durr was named ACC Player of the Week for the second-consecutive week after averaging 28.5 points per game in wins over UT Martin and in-state rival Kentucky. Now sitting at 10-0 on the season, Louisville will close its home non-conference schedule on Saturday against in-state foe Northern Kentucky at 11:30 a.m. For the latest on Louisville women’s basketball, visit GoCards.com, follow the team’s Twitter account at @UofLWBB or on Facebook at facebook.com/UofLWBB. Print Friendly Version
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. More information: via BBC Developed by the Cambridge-based National Institute of Agricultural Botany, the new strain came about as researchers mixed “ancient” seeds (from seed banks) with those from the modern era. Importantly, the process did not involve genetic modification as such grains have been banned in many countries. Instead, the researchers cross-bred samples and used embryo transfer techniques to bring about a wholly new strain of wheat. Its developers say that thus far, they’ve seen yield increase of up to 30 percent. They add that the new strain is hardier as well—able to stand up to pests and drought better than conventional wheat varieties.The news comes as welcome relief to people in Britain as bad weather has led to less wheat production than normal, giving way to its importation for the first time in over a decade. More importantly, an increased wheat yield has become crucial as the world population continues to grow. Recent estimates suggest that as many as a fifth of all calories consumed by people worldwide, come from wheat. In contrast, scientists have noted that the last 15 years have seen little increase in wheat yields. Some scientists have suggested that wheat yields will have to double over the next half-century to keep ahead of population growth. Put another way, the researchers claim that the world will have to produce more wheat over the next 50 years than has been produced over the past 10,000 years in order to keep ahead of demand.Wheat evolved from goat grasses co-incidentally or not, around the same time as people were beginning to learn to grow their own food, the research team notes, most likely in the Middle East. Since that time, humans have reduced the varieties of wheat that are grown, resulting in an erosion of the plant’s natural diversity. Cross breeding modern strains with much older samples that have been preserved in seed banks will bring back some of that diversity, and in this case, hopefully lead to increased yields.Unfortunately because of governmental regulations, the new wheat strain can’t be grown commercially in Britain for five years. That time interval will give scientists and others time to more thoroughly investigate the new strain to ascertain if the initial findings hold. Citation: Scientists announce development of wheat strain that produces 30% greater yields (2013, May 14) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2013-05-scientists-wheat-strain-greater-yields.html No clear evidence that celiac disease increasing because farmers growing higher-gluten wheat (Phys.org) —Researchers in Britain have announced the development of a new strain of wheat that early reports suggest produce 30 percent greater yields than those currently in use. Explore further Credit: Wikipedia. © 2013 Phys.org
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Several public floggings have taken place this year of people, and two men were given 83 lashes each for being together. The punishment came a day after 141 men were arrested in Jakarta, the capital, for having a “gay sex party”.Now the Human Rights Watch has said that the floggings continue, but that authorities in the Aceh Province have moved them away from being public.Media reports suggest that Acehnese leaders are worried that videos of May’s flogging, which were widely circulated online, make the province unappealing for investors.Anti-LGBT discrimination is said to be costing Indonesia as much as $12 billion every year, according to a recent study.The losses are a result of barriers to employment, education, healthcare, as well as “physical, psychological, sexual, economic and cultural violence” suffered by LGBT citizens.France has been urged by human rights groups to put pressure on Indonesia to do more to protect the rights of LGBT+ people.A Muslim leader in Indonesia earlier this year called for a boycott of Starbucks over the company’s CEO’s acceptance of LGBT rights.Malaysian leaders later joined in calls for the boycott.Earlier this year, Malaysia’s health ministry defended its intention to hold a competition on the best ideas for “preventing” homosexuality and transgender identities.The most populous province in Indonesia also this year launched a special police team to crack down on those suspected of being LGBT.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… But authorities acted on complaints from neighbours, saying that their living arrangement was “unfeminine” and “against the teaching of Islam.”Religious leaders and an Islamic youth group had complained to police, resulting in a raid last Saturday.They were given three days to leave the premises .The Human Rights Watch reports that no legal justification was given for the raid and the forced eviction.“What’s most offensive about this incident is that police and government officials steamrollered privacy rights and rule of law to appease the bigotry of a few neighbours,” Andreas Harsono, an Indonesia researcher at Human Rights Watch said in a statement.“Evicting these women based on prejudiced assumptions of their sexual identity,” he continued, “threatens the privacy of all Indonesians and has no place in a country whose motto is ‘unity in diversity.”An anonymous village official had told Human Rights Watch: “It’s not acceptable to have female couples living together. Some have short hair, acting as the males. Some have long hair, acting as the females. It’s against sharia [Islamic law]. It’s obscene.”“Personally, I am worried,” said Yulita Rustinawati, from the LGBT advocacy group Arus Pelangi, saying they are worried about a further crackdown on LGBT people.“It’s like we are criminals. Everything that we do now becomes risky, even living with our partners.”Indonesia earlier this year moved the flogging of LGBT people away from the public eye, but continues to punish LGBT people.Amnesty International earlier this year urged Indonesia to stop the caning and arrests of LGBT people. eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) There are fears of a crackdown against LGBT people in Indonesia after twelve women were evicted from a shared home in West Java.The women had been renting a house in Tugu Jaya together. Indonesia’s LGBTI crackdown has led to five-fold HIV increaseIndonesia.travel: LGBT visitors in Indonesia may soon face prison time and caningIndonesia classifies homosexuality as a ‘mental disorder’ ahead of banning gay sexPINK NEWS-
Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Quick workouts for men 0 Comments Share Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Top Stories OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso (AP) — The father of a 5-year-old girl who a French prosecutor says was sexually abused by a French soldier has hired a lawyer and vowed on Sunday to follow legal proceedings closely to ensure justice is done.Allegations against two soldiers were disclosed last week. They were suspended and arrested upon their return to France, though the Paris prosecutors’ spokeswoman said Saturday that one had been released without charges. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean It is the second case of alleged sexual abuse of minors by French soldiers in Africa to surface in recent months. French officials have insisted that the Burkina Faso case is unrelated to one in Central African Republic. In that case, officials have come under heavy criticism for not following up quickly on initial allegations.France has troops in Burkina Faso and nearby countries as part of a large force fighting extremists in the region.Ben Ouedraogo, the father of the 5-year-old, told The Associated Press on Sunday he disagreed with the decision to repatriate the soldiers, though officials have said this was done in line with agreements between the two countries.“They told us that this type of case is an affair for the French justice system and that they can’t be judged in Burkina. I find it unacceptable but it doesn’t concern me,” he said.He said his daughter and a 3-year-old friend were at a swimming pool when the incident occurred, and that one of the soldiers inadvertently left behind a device with footage of the abuse.The video evidence should be enough to secure a conviction without forcing the victims to testify, Ouedraogo said.While he has not filed a complaint in Burkina Faso, Ouedraogo said he planned to start a campaign to educate parents on how to protect their children from pedophiles. Sponsored Stories 5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes
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May 20, 2009 This is the first of two reports on the lighting installation along the new Visitors’ Center pathway. Construction crew-leader Dr. Sparks and workshop-participant Maryah Smith-Overmann review the plans for the new light fixtures. [Photo & text: Darina Trendafilova] In a synergy with hands-on building experience, the workshop and construction crew worked together to clear the trenches for the electrical lines. [Photo & text: Darina Trendafilova] The ‘crew’. This report continues on 5/22/09. [Photo & text: Darina Trendafilova]
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