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Washington – US Vice President Joe Biden will lead the American delegation to the Global Entrepreneurship Summit slated in Marrakech on Nov. 19-21, the White House announced on Monday.Vice President Joe Biden to lead US delegation to Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Marrakech, White HouseUS president Barack Obama has announced the holding of this forum in Morocco, the first of its kind in the African continent, during his speech at the US Africa Business Forum last August as part of the first USA-Africa Summit.

Alberta government wont respond in beertax court challenge until Sept 19

CALGARY — The Alberta government won’t get to defend the constitutionality of its beer tax system in court until Sept. 19.The delay comes after arguments from lawyers representing two breweries outside the province stretched into the second of the two days allotted.Toronto-based Steam Whistle Brewing has argued that Alberta violated trade rules when it imposed a separate tax system on small breweries outside of the New West Partnership provinces of British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Alberta in October 2015.Great Western Brewing and Steam Whistle are together also challenging the changes Alberta made to the system that instead imposes a blanked $1.25 per litre charge on all small breweries, but returns much of that to Alberta small brewers in the form of a grant.The two breweries have argued the system creates an unconstitutional trade barrier that unfairly favours Alberta breweries. read more

Two killed seven injured in Welikanda road accident

The driver of the lorry fled the scene following the accident. (Colombo Gazette) Two people were killed and at least seven others sustained injuries in an accident in Welikanda today.The Police said that a lorry had crashed into a parked vehicle along the Polonnaruwa -Baticaloa road. Eleven people were in the vehicle when the lorry crashed into it.Those killed in the accident were a woman who was in the vehicle and a man who was in the lorry.

SNCLavalin settles shareholder class actions in Ontario and Quebec to pay 88M

MONTREAL — SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. says it has agreed to settle two class action lawsuits filed on behalf of shareholders in 2012 over allegations of misleading investors about its activities in Libya.The company says it will contribute $88 million to the settlement of the cases in Ontario and Quebec.The agreement is subject to court approval.The lawsuits were among the consequences of alleged payments made by SNC-Lavalin to members, associates and agents of the Gadhafi regime to secure contracts for infrastructure projects in Libya.The law suits were filed on behalf of SNC shareholders after its shares plunged in 2012 after the company announced an investigation into millions in undocumented payments and said its 2011 earnings would be less than expected.The company says it has since initiated a series of significant changes and enhancements to reinforce its ethics and compliance procedures.Companies in this story: (TSX:SNC) read more

8 Week Challenge is back

The Brock University is once again invited to participate in the 8 Week Challenge.The challenge starts Sept. 26. Brock’s health management and wellness department is offering a $25 discount to the first 25 registrants.According to the creators of the challenge Bonnie Giampa and Briar Krieger, it’s not a diet but a lifestyle. It includes a grocery store tour, meal plans, recipes and 24/7 online support.For more information the Brock 8 Week Challenge, click here.,The Brock University is once again invited to participate in the 8 Week Challenge.The challenge starts Sept. 26. Brock’s health management and wellness department is offering a $25 discount to the first 25 registrants.According to the creators of the challenge Bonnie Giampa and Briar Krieger, it’s not a diet but a lifestyle. It includes a grocery store tour, meal plans, recipes and 24/7 online support.For more information the Brock 8 Week Challenge, click here. read more

Football Ohio State releases Week 3 depth chart before Army game

Urban Meyer prepares to run out on to the field with the team prior to the Ohio State- Oklahoma game on Sep. 9. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorFour days prior to Ohio State’s Week 3 matchup against Army (2-0), the Buckeyes (1-1, 1-0) released their third depth chart of the 2017 season with minor changes, despite just having lost 31-16 to Oklahoma Saturday night.The only difference in this recently-released depth chart compared to last week’s is the designation between starting defensive ends Sam Hubbard, Tyquan Lewis, Jalyn Holmes and Nick Bosa. Previously, there was an “OR” between the starters and backups. But in this iteration, that has been changes to “AND/OR,” which was likely changed due to all four defensive ends playing together at the same time.Redshirt sophomore quarterback Joe Burrow, who suffered a broken hand, but was seen throwing passes before the Ohio State game, remains unlisted on the depth chart. Sophomore wideout Austin Mack exited last game after hitting his head on the ground when making a 31-yard catch, but coach Urban Meyer said he is “probable” for the Saturday’s game. He is listed as a co-starter, as he was in prior editions of the depth chart.Running backs Mike Weber and J.K. Dobbins remain listed as co-starters. read more

Vikings Adrian Peterson Arrested In Houston

Injured Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was arrested resisting arrest after an early-morning incident where police say it took three officers to subdue him — just as it does on the football field.Peterson was at a downtown nightclub early Saturday morning when an off-duty Houston police officer working security asked Peterson and a group of people he was with to leave because the club had closed, according to police.The security guard identified himself as a police officer. The officer left to tell other patrons to leave the club before returning to Peterson’s group again to tell it to leave.Peterson, according to police, turned around and told the officer that he heard him the first time and pushed him in the shoulder, causing him to stumble. The officer told Peterson he was under arrest and to put his hands behind his back. Peterson began yelling, pulled away and “assumed an aggressive stance,” so another off-duty officer came to help. Peterson continued to struggle with both.The 27-year-old player finally was handcuffed with the help of a third off-duty officer. Peterson complained of shortness of breath after he was taken to a Houston jail and was examined by Houston Fire Department personnel, who said he was OK.Peterson, from Palestine, Texas, was released from jail Saturday on a $1,000 bond. The charge is a misdemeanor, and Peterson is due in court on Friday, according to the Houston Chronicle.Team spokesman Bob Hagan said Saturday the Vikings “are aware of the situation and are gathering more information.”Peterson ran for 970 yards and 12 touchdowns last season before tearing the anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments in his left knee on Dec. 24. The injury-shortened season broke a streak of four straight seasons with at least 1,200 yards rushing for the former Oklahoma standout. He reportedly has been ahead of schedule in his rehabilitation. read more

First Russell Group earn as you learn degree launched by Exeter University

Damian Hinds, the Education Secretary, praised the initiative and urged other firms to follow in J.P. Morgan’s footsteps and set up their own degree apprenticeships.“Degree and degree level apprenticeships mean leading businesses and universities can come together and design innovative programmes to give people the skills employers really need,” he said.“It’s great to see a global business like J.P. Morgan getting involved like this and I would urge others to follow their lead.”J.P. Morgan will pay for the new courses using funds it has paid via the Apprenticeship Levy, which came into effect last April.The levy forces companies with a wage bill of more than £3 billion to pay 0.5 per cent of it to the Education and Skills Funding Agency, which is part of the Department for Education.   The companies have until April 2019 to draw down the funding, which they must use to take on new apprentices, or train existing staff. J.P. Morgan is also using the Apprenticeship levy funds to pay for managers to take a senior leader MBA apprenticeship, also with Exeter University.Phillip Paige, executive director at J.P. Morgan, said the new scheme is a “game-changer”.  He added: “Many of our apprentices have told us that they would like to receive a degree and this is an opportunity for us to give a diverse group of people the benefit of an Exeter University education.” After three and a half years, they will graduate with an undergraduate degree in Applied Finance at Exeter, as well as two professional qualifications Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Barnaby Lenon is the former headmaster of Harrow School Barnaby Lenon is the former headmaster of Harrow School The first Russell Group “earn as you learn” degree has been launched, as Exeter University and the investment back J. P. Morgan announce a partnership.Students who enrol on the “degree apprenticeship” course will study for one day a week, and the rest time they will be placed in one of J. P. Morgan’s teams earning a salary of £21,000 per year in London or £17,000 in Bournemouth.After three and a half years, they will graduate with an undergraduate degree in Applied Finance at Exeter, as well as two professional qualifications from the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments (CISI).Barnaby Lenon, chair of the Independent Schools Council,  said it is “wonderful news” that a Russell Group university is now offering a degree apprenticeship, adding that this will be a “very attractive offer” for bright and ambitious 18-year-olds.  –– ADVERTISEMENT ––“You won’t end up with £50,000 of debt and you are getting a job with a very good company,” he said.  After three and a half years, they will graduate with an undergraduate degree in Applied Finance at Exeter, as well as two professional qualifications Mr Lenon, a former headmaster of Harrow School has previously warned that private school pupils are wrongly forced into going to university because other options are seen as a “disgrace” and a “failure”. He told The Telegraph: “It’s not that independent schools have failed to notice the existence of apprenticeships – but until now there haven’t been may suitable ones for pupils with good A-level results.“The question is whether there will now be an explosion in the number of degree apprenticeships, as universities start worrying they will be missing out on good students. It is partly a competitive mechanism by which companies and universities get some of the best students.”School leavers with three Cs in their A-levels, or equivalent qualifications, will be able to apply for the J. P. Morgan degree apprenticeship next month, and the first cohort of up to 70 students will start the course in October 2019.Professor Janice Kay, provost and senior deputy vice-Chancellor at Exeter, said: “People enrolled on these apprenticeships will gain a qualification from a Russell Group university while simultaneously working for a leading financial firm.” read more

Inebriated woman burns down home in Berbice

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedBandit accidentally shot and killed by accomplice after robbing Berbice familyAugust 22, 2016In “Crime”Update: Prominent Berbice businessman dies in fire; neighbour’s house guttedMay 4, 2015In “Crime”East Canje home destroyed by fireDecember 8, 2016In “latest news” A reportedly drunken woman on Wednesday set her East Canje, Berbice home on fire.The remains of the building after it was burntReports are Gem Cadogan lit her Lot 18 Adelphi Settlement, East Canje home on fire, but it was extinguished by residents. However, shortly afterwards, the 49-year-old woman in an alleged drunken state again set the house on fire again.According to her sister, Desiree Haul, who lives next door, the first fire was set in the kitchen and a neighbour saw the flames and alerted the community. A bucket brigade was formed, and the blaze was extinguished.“I call my neighbour and grandson and dem boys out it and she light it again. Then she go in the house and lock the door and she throw something in the barrel and then it start to smoke, so l ask she if she light the fire again and she say no.”Shortly afterwards, fire was seen coming from the house again. Reports are the woman stood at the backdoor with a cutlass in her hand and dared persons to attempt to extinguish the blaze.“And is old wood so it burn fast,” the woman’s sister related. A fire unit from the Rose Hall Estate responded and was able to prevent the fire from spreading.Police arrived on the scene and arrested the woman. Residents told this newspaper that earlier in the year the woman had set the house on fire, but residents had extinguished it.This is the fourth fire to be recorded in Berbice within the past week. read more

LG Nexus 5 expected to ship before the end of October

first_imgWith the Nexus 4 no longer available on the Google Play Store, and a new chocolate coated statue sitting on the lawn of the Googleplex’s Building 44, how much longer will we have to wait to own the next Nexus? According to many different sources, the last week of October is the place on your calendar to circle.Many details of Google’s newest smartphone are already publicly available, thanks to the plethora of leaks we’ve seen recently. The LG-D820 has passed through the FCC, received both Bluetooth and WiFi certifications, and was even spotted in a video produced by Google shortly before being pulled. If Google hasn’t been leaking information about the phone intentionally, the Nexus 5 is by far their worst kept secret to date.With a Snapdragon 800 processor, Adreno 330 GPU, and a 1080p display at 442ppi,  there’s not going to be a lot about this phone not to like. The only real unknown at this point is the camera, which is an 8MP shooter with a Sony sensor instead of the 13MP OIS camera LG used in their most recent flagship. Nexus phones have notoriously had less than great cameras, but there’s some hope that this year will be different.If the rumors are to be believed, Google will be announcing the Nexus 5 within the next two weeks. This will make the phone ready to ship by the last week in October, alongside any partnerships with electronics stores and carriers. There’s been a lot of speculation regarding the price of the Nexus 5, given the significant increase in specs over the Nexus 4. If Google follows their Nexus 7 launch, we’ll see a new Nexus for just a little more than the previous, which launched at $299 for the 8GB model.If Google chooses to release an 8GB version of the Nexus 5, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the phone at $349 to start. It seems more likely that we’ll see 16GB and 32GB models this go around, with the base model starting at $399 or $449. That’s entirely speculation on my part, but given Google’s previous launches it wouldn’t be hard to imagine this being the case assuming Google is able to get the prices down that low.last_img read more

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World Soy Foundation Past Chair Current Board Member Wins Master Farmer Award

first_imgIn March, past World Soy Foundation (WSF) chair and current board member Roy Bardole was recognized as an Iowa Master Farmer.Former World Soy Foundation (WSF) chair and current board member Roy Bardole was recognized as an Iowa Master Farmer in March 2014. Credit: WSFInitiated in 1926, the Iowa Master Farmer Award recognizes deserving Iowa farm families every year, with the exception of 1932-37—during the Great Depression.The award is given to farmers who assume leading roles in agriculture, citizenship and good family living. The motto for those chosen is “Good Farming, Clear Thinking and Right Living.” Roy, from Rippey, Iowa, is a fifth-generation farmer and believes it to be his responsibility to contribute to a better tomorrow with a generation that can think and reason better.The WSF can attest to Roy’s dedication to help and inspire others. Roy has been involved with the Foundation since the beginning and is an innovative leader of the industry. He believes he’s not just growing soybeans and corn, but growing the food and feed that will eventually become protein—the primary building block for malnourished people.We want to congratulate Roy and his family on winning the Iowa Master Farmer Award and thank them for their dedicated support of the WSF!P.S. We are very grateful for the great group of leaders on our Board here at the WSF. Roy isn’t the only Master Farmer on the team. Back in 1994, our current Board Chair Scott Fritz also was awarded the Master Farmer Award!last_img read more

South Florida nonprofit charity collect aid for Haiti

first_img Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. KEY BISCAYNE, FLA. (WSVN) – A South Florida nonprofit and some concerned South Florida residents collected tons of donations, Wednesday, to ship to hurricane-stricken Haiti.The nonprofit organization Flying High for Haiti and residents of Key Biscayne collected tons of donations to be shipped by boat to the island nation, which was ravaged by Hurricane Matthew in early October.Designer Donna Karan is picking up the bill to transport the donations.B’Nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton teamed up with the charity Hot to send more than $250,000 in relief supplies. They filled three large trailers with critically needed supplies, as well as almost $30,000 in cash.For more information on organizations providing relief to Haiti, log on to:Man Dodo Humanitarian FoundationHANA Hurricane Matthew Relief effort-Haiti last_img read more

Judge Rejects Late Push To Block Guns In Texas Classrooms

first_img Share Creative Commons licenseGun in holsterA federal judge has denied a last-minute attempt by professors to block a new Texas law that allows concealed handguns in college classrooms, buildings and dorms.The decision Monday came two days before the fall semester began at the University of Texas at Austin. The 50,000-student campus has led opposition to the law since it was signed by Republican Gov. Greg Abbott last year.Three professors claimed in a lawsuit that guns in classrooms could be dangerous when discussions wade into politically charged topics. But U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel ruled that neither lawmakers nor university regents overstepped their power in choosing where concealed firearms could be allowed on campus.Texas has allowed licensed concealed handguns in public since 1995. But colleges until now had been off limits.last_img read more

The Real Reason Ian McKellen Turned Down the Role of Dumbledore in

first_imgSir Ian McKellen is a living legend. But when he was asked “Is there a role you’ve ever turned down because it was too puerile, too silly, just…?” by Stephen Sackur, host of the BBC’s HARDtalk. He replied: “About once a weak, yes. Oh yeah, lots of stuff.” After Richard Harris passed away in 2002 of Hodgkin’s Disease, Ian McKellen was offered the chance to portray Professor Dumbledore in the Harry Potter series. He was already playing a famed archetypal wizened wizard in a different book adaptation but could have easily inhabited yet another one. Still, he said no.Only recently and during the 20th-anniversary episode of a British talk show did the actor reveal the real reason as to why he declined one of the greatest offers that fell unexpectedly in his lap.Ian McKellen (L) as Gandalf with Elijah Wood as Frodo. (Photo by New Line/WireImage/Getty Images)“When {Richard Harris] died–he played Dumbledore, the wizard–I played the real wizard, of course,” said McKellen, referring to his career-defining portrayal of Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. “When they called me up and said would I be interested in being in the Harry Potter films, they didn’t say what part, but I worked out what they were thinking, and I couldn’t.”A former rugby player, a prolific stage, and screen actor, as well as a great singer, Richard Harris wasn’t a knight like his colleague but lived to be acknowledged as perhaps the best Irish actor that has ever lived.He acted in about 70 movies over the course of his 50-years-long illustrious career. Highly critical of them as he was, Harris said not long before he died that “sometimes you have to make a low standard of film to sustain a high standard of living.”Richard Harris 1985 Photo by City of Boston Archives CC BY 2.0But the films Harris acted in during the later stages of his life were not of low standard. On the contrary, they were nothing short of spectacular and his performance brilliant.Think Gladiator and his portrayal of Marcus Aurelius, the Roman emperor, or Harris as Abbé Faria, the priest-philosopher made political prisoner who was thrown into Chateau d’If, the prison off the coast of Marseilles, where he was counting stones and digging holes alongside Edmond Dantes (Jim Caviezel) in Dumas’s film adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo.The first photo of Jude Law as Dumbledore is here!And as Dumbledore, the headmaster of the wizarding school of Hogwarts, Richard Harris was just perfect.This undated file photo shows Irish actor Richard Harris in the role of Professor Dumbledore in the US film ‘Harry Potter’. (Photo by AFP/AFP/Getty Images)However, it was not meant to last, and much as he was invaluable to the story and irreplaceable to the franchise, he simply had to be replaced by someone else–which turned out to be even more problematic than the filmmakers first feared.Eventually, the role went to Michael Gambon. But before that decision, it was a challenge of recasting.Michael Gambon Photo by IamIrishwikiuser CC BY-SA 3.0“The role is so fundamental to the character and narrative of the movies, and was played so beautifully by the late Richard Harris, that the studio and filmmakers intend to make a very careful and considered choice in casting the next actor to embody the headmaster of Hogwarts School,” a spokeswoman for Warner Bros. declared after the actor died.Harris had only taken part in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in 2001, and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets the year after.Everyone saw Harris’s lifelong friend Peter O’Toole as the prime candidate to take on the role, and reportedly the actor’s family members were eager to see O’Toole as Dumbledore and wave the Elder Wand as his friend did.Peter O’Toole – 1968The two men being close and almost the same age seemed like it would make this the perfect choice. However, the years were catching up with O’Toole, so there were worries if he would be able to physically endure the six remaining films. Also, although never officially revealed, it is safe to assume that it would be tough for an actor to feel like he needs to live up to or reproduce his close friend’s brilliant acting performance.McKellen, the 78-year-old star, now a wizard with experience but in a different franchise, was then offered the chance to replace Harris, but he couldn’t out of sheer respect towards himself and the other actor. Also, McKellen apparently turned down the lucrative and pretty tempting offer claiming it was because he knew Harris didn’t think very much of his acting ability:“I couldn’t take over the part from an actor who I’d known hadn’t approved of me,” explained McKellen during the interview.Ian McKellen at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con International. Photo: Gage SkidmoreCC BY-SA 2.0As much as Harris was critical about his own work, he was just the same if not even more so about the work of others. He once described McKellen, Sir Derek Jacobi, and Kenneth Branagh as “technically brilliant but passionless” actors.“They are technically brilliant, like Omega watches, but underneath they are hollow because their lives are hollow,” he said about them according to The Telegraph, which the actor verified by saying, “I was in a good company, yeah,” referring to himself as being part of a bunch accused of being passionless.Seemingly unfazed by it, he continued by saying, “Nonsense,” smiled, and moved on to the next question asked by his host: “You could have been Dumbledore?” McKellen grinned but gave no audible answer.Ian McKellen In Lord of The Rings (Getty Images)“When I see the posters of Mike Gambon, who gloriously played Dumbledore, I think sometimes it’s me. We get asked for each other’s autographs,” he said before concluding the interview by confirming that when his days on Earth come to an end, he would be amused if his gravestone read “Here Lies Gandalf.”Related story from us: WWII veteran Christopher Lee corrected “Lord of the Rings” director Peter Jackson on what people do when they’re knifed based on his WW2 serviceFor, as McKellen says, it is the only character he has ever played that provided him with the opportunity to “be in contact with lots of people, especially young ones from all over the world, that I couldn’t possibly know about and they let me into their lives to an extent,” emphasizing that it was a privilege to him “to be allowed to impersonate a character that already was in the zeitgeist and meant a great deal as an example of how to behave in the world.”last_img read more

Social media meltdown as Korean boy band BTS post about Love Simon

first_imgWhich bisexual singer does Korean boy band BTS listen to in the morning?Which gay artist just made history with Korean boy band BTS?Fans go wild for almost gay kiss between EXO boy band membersRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/korean-boy-band-bts-rm-namjoon/ Korean boyband BTS (also known as Bangtan Boys) just recommended a song from Love, Simon and social media went into meltdown. ‘Super fucking wonderful and really important’People took to social media to express how big this moment is.One fan wrote on Twitter: ‘not to be too dramatic about this but namjoon openly supporting a gay song by a gay artist from a gay movie is uhhhhhhhhh Super Fucking Wonderful and really important.’RM just tweeted a song by Troye Sivan from the soundtrack of “Love, Simon”, a movie that touches a VERY important subjectIs it possible for me to respect RM more than I already do? I’m SO proud he’s our leader#PremiosMTVMiaw#MTVBRKPOPBTS @BTS_twt— BTS Fanboy (@Jin_Butterfly) 15 April 2018Another tweeted: ‘if u think namjoon sharing a gay song from a gay movie sung by a gay artist isn’t an iconic and political move, ur wrong.’Then one person wrote: ‘Why do people always discriminate against others who’s different? I just saw in #BTS account that RM were kind as always to recommend something to us to listen to. What happened? Some begin to comment disgusting gay memes just because the artist that RM shared are gay.’Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . BTS rapper RM. | Photo: Too Much eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us)center_img The hugely popular seven-member South Korean band produce mostly hip hop, but also R&B and rock music. They have a huge social media following, becoming the most tweeted about celebrity in 2017.The band’s leader and main rapper RM (born Kim Namjoon) tweeted the simple recommendation this morning (15 April).RM posted a screenshot of the song Strawberries and Cigarettes by gay artist Troye Sivan from the movie Love, Simon. He captioned the photo simply with ‘It’s great.’좋다~~ #RMusic pic.twitter.com/ImWpBWgFGG— 방탄소년단 (@BTS_twt) 15 April 2018The tweet has over 115,000 retweets and almost 300,000 likes. But it’s the comments really making a splash.Love, Simon is a coming-of-age movie about a young boy coming to terms with his sexuality.Earlier this year, Sivan said he’d be down to collaborate with BTS: ‘That would be so fun.‘I fell way down watching all their music videos,’ he said. ‘They’ve been so nice to me since day one, so I just want to meet them and say thank you. It’s a world I’ve yet to fully delve into and understand, so I’m just completely curious about the whole thing.’ Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… GAYSTARNEWS-last_img read more

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