The second session of the 60th general assembly will resume on Thursday, April 30, at 2 p.m. Alfie MacLeod, Speaker of the House of Assembly, made the announcement today, March 31. The opening day will follow the daily routine of House business, including question period. Government business on the order paper will be called for debate. There will be no Speech from the Throne. -30-
CALGARY – Calgary city council has voted to continuing exploring a potential bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics.The Calgary Bid Exploration Committee presented council Wednesday with an option not to move forward with the bid, and another option to keep exploring potential funding opportunities.Council endorsed the second choice, saying it would provide the city’s administration with the time to investigate potential solutions “that could help reduce the city’s risks” associated with a bid.The city says that regardless of whether a bid goes forward, the exploration committee’s work has provided valuable information about the costs of sustaining or upgrading Calgary’s 1988 Olympic facilities.The 17-member committee chaired by former Calgary police chief Rick Hanson has said that while it’s feasible for the 1988 Olympics host city to have another turn, more work is needed to determine if it would be prudent.When the bid exploration group was formed, it expected a September deadline for the city to decide on a bid, but the International Olympic Committee has since extended the invitation phase for 2026 bids, meaning the city has another year to mull it over.The committee told city council last month that the price tag to hold the 2026 Games would be about $4.6 billion.It said the Games would generate almost half that in revenue, but another $2.4 billion would be needed.The 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver and Whistler, B.C., cost $7.7 billion.Calgary’s estimate is lower in part because the city could reuse venues from the 1988 Winter Games.Sion, Switzerland, and Innsbruck, Austria, are among Calgary’s potential rivals for a 2026 bid.
DENVER – Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul courted donors from the new marijuana industry Tuesday, making the Kentucky senator the first major-party presidential candidate to publicly seek support from the legal weed business.Paul’s fundraiser at the Cannabis Business Summit — tickets started at $2,700, the maximum donation allowed for the primary contest — came as the marijuana industry approached its first presidential campaign as a legal enterprise.The candidate entered the closed-door fundraiser through a private hallway, instead of visiting the convention floor or meeting pot business owners who weren’t donating to him. In public remarks after the fundraiser, Paul didn’t mention marijuana and didn’t take questions from most reporters.During an interview with The Denver Post after the fundraiser, Paul also declined to answer whether he would have voted in favour of legalizing recreational marijuana in Colorado.“I think I see it just more from a federal perspective,” he said. “And I think the federal government ought to stay out.”Many of the 40 or so people who attended the fundraiser called his appearance at the summit a milestone. The campaign did not release fundraising totals.“This is a historical moment, that our industry is now working together with a presidential candidate,” said Tripp Keber, owner of Denver-based Dixie Elixirs, which makes cannabis-infused sodas and sweets.Another fundraiser attendee, Mitzi Vaughn of Seattle, managing attorney for Greenbridge Corporate Counsel, which caters to pot businesses, said Paul criticized drug war-era policies.“Most of us, despite what others think, are in this to end the drug war,” Vaughn said.Though legal weed business owners have been active political donors for years, presidential candidates have so far shied away from holding fundraisers made up entirely of marijuana-related entrepreneurs.Former Republican New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson held a fundraiser with the Drug Policy Alliance in 2012 before leaving the GOP and running as a third-party candidate. But that event came before recreational pot was legal in any state.“It really speaks to how important this issue is and how far it’s come,” said Mason Tvert, a spokesman for the Marijuana Policy Project, a major sponsor of legalization campaigns in Colorado, Washington and other states.“We’re seeing officials at the local, state and now federal level recognize this is now a legitimate industry, just like any other legal industry in many facets,” Tvert said.Paul has embraced state marijuana experiments, while other candidates have either taken a wait-and-see approach or expressly vowed to challenge state legalization efforts.Paul has joined Democrats in the Senate to sponsor a bill to end the federal prohibition on the use of medical marijuana. He also backs an overhaul of federal drug-sentencing guidelines, along with a measure to allow marijuana businesses to access banking services.___Follow Kristen Wyatt on Twitter at: http://www.twitter.com/APkristenwyatt by Kristen Wyatt, The Associated Press Posted Jun 30, 2015 6:41 am MDT Last Updated Jun 30, 2015 at 9:50 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Rand Paul speaks during a campaign stop at a sports bar in the tony Cherry Creek area Tuesday, June 30, 2015, in Denver. Earlier in the day, Paul made a stop at a cannabis industry convention in downtown Denver to speak to people in the marijuana industry behind closed doors. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) Rand Paul’s Denver fundraiser is the first major-party event with legal marijuana business
Dissident republican caught at Busaras with “four blocks of TNT” and detonators The incident last June saw Busaras evacuated the Special Criminal Court heard yesterday. Share3 Tweet Email 14,494 Views No Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Tuesday 31 Jan 2017, 7:25 AM Short URL Source: William MurphyDUBLIN’S MAIN BUS station, Busaras, had to be evacuated after a dissident republican was caught on board a service to Derry with 1.6 kilos of high-grade explosives and three detonators, a court was told yesterday.Patrick Brennan (53) was arrested last June by officers from the gardaí’s Special Detective Unit (SDU) at Busaras, in Store Street, in central Dublin, following a tip-off.Earlier this month, Brennan, of Clondalkin, Dublin 22, pleaded guilty to possessing four 400-gramme blocks of TNT and three electric explosive detonators on 16 June 2016.At the Special Criminal Court yesterday, Detective Sergeant Padraig Boyce from the SDU told how Brennan had been under surveillance “as part of an on-going investigation” into the activities of IRA members in the Dublin area.Boyce said that on the day of the arrest, the married father of six was observed leaving his house at around 4.50am before immediately getting into a taxi.The taxi took the accused to the bus station in Dublin’s city centre, where he waited for around fifty minutes before boarding the Bus Eireann 5.55am service to Derry, the three-judge court was told.At all times, Brennan had a blue canvas bag in his possession and this bag was placed in the seat next to him when he was arrested under section 30 of the Offences Against the State Act aboard the bus by three SDU officers.Boyce told prosecution counsel Ronan Kennedy that gardai had made a “significant discovery” after Brennan was detained.He said: “In the base of the bag there was four blocks of Trinitrotoluene, commonly known as TNT, and three electronic detonators in good condition strapped to the TNT.”On discovery of the explosives, “the surrounding area was evacuated and the army was called”, Boyce said.Brennan, who had been jailed for four years in 2005 for IRA membership, was the sole passenger on the bus at the time of his arrest, Boyce added.Car bombsBoyce told Kennedy that he believed the quantity of explosives could have been used in the construction of “six to eight” separate car bombs.He said: “From devices that have been recovered intact, 200 grams (of explosives) have been used.”And although the explosives weren’t armed, Boyce said the TNT had been “lethally packaged” and could have been detonated by a “static charge” whilst being moved.On hearing Boyce’s evidence, Mr Justice Tony Hunt said that he would have “breathed a sigh of relief” if he had been told he had been travelling on a bus that had four blocks of TNT on board.Diarmaid McGuinness SC, defending, said his client was a diabetic who, because of his medical condition, was also registered blind.McGuinness said he hoped the court would take into account the guilty plea when sentencing although his client – who has 13 previous convictions, mostly for road traffic offences – had accepted that any sentence imposed by the court “will likely be severe”.Justice Tony Hunt, presiding, with Judge John O’Hagan and Judge Anne Ryan, remanded Brennan in custody until 6 February.Comments are disabled for legal reasonsRead: Woman who earned €20k from offering illegal and dangerous tanning injections avoids jailRead: Man jailed for breaking into home in middle of night and raping former sexual partner By Peter Doyle Jan 31st 2017, 7:25 AM http://jrnl.ie/3214285
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Federal Opposition leader Tony Abbott will be the guest of honour at the 2011 Kytherian Association of Australia Debutante Ball. Both side of politics will be represented at the ball, which will be held on Saturday 18 June. The ball’s aim is to showcase Kytherian youth and also raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Australia.“The ball itself started as a charity and debutante ball in the early 1950s,” George Poulos, Kytherian Association of Australia, told Neos Kosmos. “We have about nine or ten young ladies who come out in the old fashioned English way at 16 years of age. We have quite a large gathering and as Tony Abbott says, it’s a right of passage. It’s a chance for Kytherian youth to come out.” Previous years they’ve had the Governor General attend and Poulos said “if we can attract someone of this calibre (the Federal opposition leader), I think it’s validation of what Greeks and Kytherians have achieved in Australia”.
The infamous leader of the disbanded terrorist group ’17 November’ is still causing turmoil even from inside his prison cell; ’17 November’ was one of the most dangerous and lethal terror groups in the western society.From 1975, when it emerged following the collapse of military rule with the killing of the CIA station chief in Athens, until June 2000 when it murdered the British military attaché in Athens, the group had assassinated 23 people including Greek politicians, businessmen and journalists.The Greek government’s decision to move Dimitris Koufodinas from high-security penitentiary Korydallos to an open-air prison that operates as an agricultural facility has infuriated Greek citizens and international officials alike.Following Europe, Turkey and the U.S. have joined the list of countries condemning the relocation of the highly dangerous and non-repentant hitman.Meanwhile, over the past year Koufodinas has been allowed to take prison leave several times, a decision that had put the Syriza-ANEL government under fire more than once.US State department spokesperson, Heather Nauert, took to Twitter to share fears that “in a country with a history of political violence, he [Koufodinas] could exert his appeal to train a new generation of armed guerrillas”.The 60-year-old still has a significant following among members of the radical left who support armed resistance. Koufodinas was also known as ‘Poison Hand’ due to his shooting skills.The U.S. feel that moving him from Athens to central Greece to pick fruits and farm the land after the long list of crimes against democracy he has committed, “doesn’t make any sense”.“We understand convicted Greek terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas was moved to a farm prison with lighter restrictions. He murdered 11, including US personnel, and is inspiring the next generation of terrorists. We condemn in the strongest terms furloughs or any easing of his prison stay,” the tweet continued.A Turkish government spokesperson also commented on the relocation, hinting to Greece’s refusal to extradite eight military officers Turkey has declares as terrorists.“This has once again strengthened our doubts about the functioning of the judicial system in Greece,” they said.“Granting tolerance to a terrorist disrespects the memory of our diplomats who were martyred and their families.”Justice minister Stavros Kontonis responded saying that “The sentence will continue to be served as normal,” explaining that convicts were being moved to other facilities as part of plans to turn the vastly overcrowded Korydallos prison into a jail for defendants awaiting trial.“The transfer does not entail special treatment, a reduction of the sentence or partially unrestricted residence,” Kontonis concluded. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
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The Sheffield Wednesday striker believes the Scotland national team can do well in what’s left of the UEFA Nations League campaignThe Scotland national team is fighting as hard as they can to get promoted from the UEFA Nations League C to the B.They are currently sitting in second place of Group 1, tied with Israel in points but with the Israelis winning on head-to-head points.This is why is very important for the Scottish to beat Israel in the next fixture on November 20th.And for striker Steven Fletcher, the quality is there to succeed.“It is a young energetic squad; the quality is there to be seen,” he told the BBC.Scotland needs a hero: Billy Dodds Manuel R. Medina – September 10, 2019 According to former striker, Billy Dodds his country needs a hero to inspire future generations as the team’s hope to qualify to the EURO 2020 is small.“You don’t understand how good players are until you train with them. You see how high the tempo is, and it’s good.”“It’s nice to be back with these boys,” said the 31-year-old.“They’ve got a good group of young talent there. It’s nice just to be part of it.”“For the young lads, it was a professional performance by them,” he explained.“They [Albania] went down to 10 men early and sometimes that can work in their favor and not in ours, but we did well, we kept the ball, and when I came off it was good to just sit back and watch them passing the ball about; they were very good.”
Just under a third (32%) of UK employer respondents working in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have implemented benefits packages above statutory minimum levels, for example additional days of paid leave, in order to improve productivity, according to research by NatWest.Its Productivity in focus: Germany vs the UK report, which surveyed 2,000 UK SME employers, also found that 32% of respondents have invested in workplace culture to improve productivity, for example introducing team building exercises, mentorship or buddy schemes.The research also found:26% of respondents have implemented financial and non-financial rewards for good performance in order to impact productivity. This includes commissions, bonuses and non-financial incentives.69% of respondents believe improving productivity is important; however, 41% do not know what productivity means in practice.39% of respondents set productivity improvement targets.Investing in workplace culture is estimated to have the potential to increase the output of each employee per year by £55,500, compared to a potential increase of £40,500 for investing in benefits packages above the statutory minimum and £19,200 for introducing financial and non-financial rewards for good performance.Alison Rose (pictured), chief executive officer at NatWest Commercial and Private Banking, said: “From talking to thousands of our business customers every year, we know that many small to mid-sized businesses struggle to understand how best to improve productivity. That’s why we’ve commissioned this research to better understand the productivity landscape and source best practice in this area to share with our customers.“It’s crucial that banks, government and business leaders tackle this problem head on and start putting measures to improve productivity into practice.”
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Prime minister chairs the cabinet meeting on 4 June. Photo: PID.The Cabinet today constituted a committee, headed by Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), asking to further scrutinise the draft of the proposed Bangladesh Tariff Commission (Amendment) Act, 2018, reports BSS.The decision was taken in the weekly meeting of the cabinet held at PMO with prime minister Sheikh Hasina in the chair.Ministry of commerce placed the draft in the weekly cabinet meeting for approval, but the cabinet after threadbare discussion returned it back with proposal for further revision, cabinet secretary Md. Shafiul Alam said.The six-member committee will be comprised of the secretaries of finance, commerce and industries ministries, chairman of National Board of Revenue (NBR) and chairman of the Bangladesh Tariff Commission, who will also act as the secretary of the committee, Shafiul Alam said.
5 hurt as Savar AL, Jubo League men clashFive people were injured in a clash between the activists of Awami League and Jubo League over a trifling matter at Kaliakoir village in Savar, on the outskirts of the capital, early Wednesday.Locals said the clash was ensued among the supporters of Samad Mollah, general secretary of Birulia union unit Awami League, and Salim Mandal, president of Savar unit Jubo League, over supplying of materials to an under construction factory, reports UNB.At one stage, both groups attacked each other around 12:00am, leaving five people injured.On information, police rushed there and brought the situation under control, said Mohsinul Quader, officer-in-charge of Savar model police station.Police arrested three people including Selim Mandal and Samad Mollah in this connection and recovered three short guns from their possession, he added.
Richard Drew/APDonald Trump Jr. is interviewed by host Sean Hannity on the Fox News Channel television program the day he posted a series of email messages to Twitter showing him accepting help from what was described to him as a Russian government effort to aid his father’s campaign with damaging information about Hillary Clinton.Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, tells NPR that he has sent a letter to Donald J. Trump Jr. saying that he wants him to testify in an open session of the committee as early as next week and will subpoena him if necessary.Trump Jr. told Sean Hannity of Fox News that he is willing to testify under oath about his meeting with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya in June 2016.Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. Share
Fidget spinners recently saw a strange surge in popularity. But can manufacturers continue to keep up?According to the New York Post, companies are scrambling to meet high demand for the simplistic toy.In particular, some firms claim they are being overcharged for ball bearings—the all-important mechanism that allows the gadget to gyrate.Used in most products that involve moving parts, ball bearings can be found skateboard wheels, Yo-Yos, and, of course, fidget spinners. The rolling-element bearing basically reduces rotational friction between two surfaces sliding against each other.Without ball bearings, your whirligig would be nothing more than a piece of colorful plastic—perhaps an adornment for your fish tank or a giant necklace charm.Since its unprecedented rise to fame, the fidget spinner has forced supply and demand, allowing firms to levy a higher price for components like ball bearings.Traditional ball bearings (via photographer Solaris2006)Josh Loerzel, vice president of sales and marketing for Zing Toys, told the Post that he’s been asked to bring “bags of cash” to factories in China to ensure orders are filled.“The factories are asking for cash upfront, and the price varies daily—anywhere from 50 percent to 200 percent more,” he said, admitting that Zing has been hoarding a stash of the mini machinery before supplies run out.Almar Sales Co. Executive Vice President Allen Ashkenazie echoed that account, reporting demand for prices 100 percent higher, and payment upfront.“Factories across China are using every opportunity to control prices by limiting and controlling supply of the original bearings,” he said.Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably seen children (and adults) casually rotating the devices to release nervous energy. Often marketed for health benefits, the toy typically consists of two or three prongs and a ball bearing in the middle: Hold the center pad and give the spurs a spin.The low-tech, low-cost gadget may keep folks with ADHD, autism, or anxiety busy and focused, but some schools are banning the toy—many of which make noise or light up—claiming the spinners distract students.For more, check out our roundup of The Best Fidget Cubes to Fight Fidgety Digits.Let us know how we’re doing
Like competing automakers, GM is adding EVs and other alternative fuel vehicles to their fleet. They’re also investing heavily in autonomous driving tech, and it’s not just about chauffeuring us to work.Vehicles have plenty of other jobs to do, too… like shifting freight around ports and warehouses, moving supplies around construction sites, and even shuttling humans to the hospital when they require medical attention.GM’s newest EV concept is built to handle all kinds of tasks like that. The “truck” you see above is SURUS, which stands for Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure. With a name like that, you’ve probably already guessed that it’s initially being pitched to the U.S. government.AdChoices广告Because the SURUS is powered by fuel cells it can move around stealthily, producing minimal noise and very little heat. That would make it an excellent choice for running resupply missions and shuttling troops (both healthy and wounded). Fuel cells give SURUS an impressive range of about 400 miles and it can cover the whole distance without a human driver.Its computerized brain also allows multiple SURUS units to form a convoy for tackling bigger jobs, and it’s designed to handle rough terrain with ease. GM has equipped SURUS with external plugs so you can trade some of that 400-mile range in for juice. Plug in tools, lights, pumps, or anything else that you need to get the job done.SURUS is a modular platform, and GM envisions offering several different add-ons for specific applications. Here, it’s a rolling medical facility. Its flat deck is (logically enough) sized to fit standard shipping containers so that it can quietly help organize freight on a large scale. Pop on a cab and it’s ready to haul workers and materials around the job site.The Truth About Cars notes that SURUS is intended as a “blank slate” platform. The modules GM has mocked up are just a few of the possibilities, but the future customers could have plenty of others. The Army will probably come up with dozens of different ways to utilize SURUS while it’s on display this week.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Scania Unveils Multi-Purpose Autonomous Vehicle ConceptUS Postal Service Begins Testing Self-Driving Trucks Stay on target
Lyra Is a Handheld Gaming System Powered by a Raspberry PiRaspberry Pi Used to Steal 500 MB of NASA Data Want to learn more about Raspberry Pi projects? See our collection of them here.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target Any college rec room or tech startup worth its salt has a foosball table, where folks can break from studying or coding for a game (or three). And digital design studio Matmi is no exception.“We all know the excitement in furiously spinning your strikers when you’re one goal away from a win,” the UK-based firm wrote in a blog post.But foosball—also known as table football (or table soccer in the US)—is decidedly less dramatic for spectators, standing around, hoping the ball doesn’t bounce off the board and into their face.“We wanted everyone—players and spectators—to have the same experience,” Matmi said. “We’ve put a lot of thought into how we could make the game more inclusive for all.”The answer, it turns out, is easy as Raspberry Pi.Using a Raspberry Pi 3 B+ computer, two microsensors, and a few cables, the team designed the Red vs. Blue Table Football Companion App. Players simply enter their names and track their scores in real time via a local Web page generated by the Pi.Celebrate with a shot of digital confetti with every goal.Matmi HQ’s table has been retrofitted with sensors on the pipes that transport balls from goal to tray: When a winning ball hits a trigger in the tube, it sends signals to connected software, detailing who scored and at what time.The display app runs from a Wi-Fi-enabled laptop.“I would like to further develop the app to make it a bit more self-sufficient,” the blog post said, tipping a portable Pi power source for easy movement of the table.“Also, I plan on adding a tournament mode to randomize the match-ups and display the brackets, adding a bit more excitement and pressure to the game,” the developers wrote.See the foosball companion app in action in the video above.
Playa del Carmen, Q.R. — Playa del Carmen council is expressing their concern about reports of “voluntary garbage collection” by the city’s garbage collectors, who often ask for tips to remove garbage from a home.Local councilor Jesús Caamal Casanova says he has had reports from neighbors in several neighborhoods such as Villas del Sol, Ejido, Colosio and Bellavista saying city workers “exert pressure” on the neighbors to give them money to collect the garbage.“We have established schedules in each zone. People know that they must take out their garbage at a certain time when the truck passes, but what they tell us is that the workers pass by yelling “¡la basura!, ¡la basura!” and even knock on doors.“That’s not right because they are not propineros (precarious workers who work without pay in the sector of consumer services). They have a salary and it is their job,” he explained.The director of Public Services, Roberto Rejón Ucaña, says he will call on his workers to stop making requests for tips, noting that it stains the reputation of the city and the work they perform.However, Caamal Casanova says that any tip given is voluntary. “We are not against people giving goodwill to our workers, but not under pressure to receive a tip.”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)
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