FREDERICTON – A Liberal candidate vying for a seat in New Brunswick’s upcoming election is ringing alarm bells about the Progressive Conservative leader’s ties to Jason Kenney — concerns Blaine Higgs is brushing off as overblown.Liberal candidate Brent Mazerolle said he wants to know if Higgs supports some of the views expressed by the leader of Alberta’s United Conservative Party, who has drawn criticism in the past for some of his socially conservative beliefs.“We’re 29 days out (from the election) and we still, as New Brunswickers, aren’t sure where Mr. Higgs stands on a lot of issues,” said Mazerolle.Kenney was to join Higgs at a fundraiser Sunday evening and a campaign announcement Monday morning.Kenney drew criticism last year for saying he would like to have parents notified if their child joined a gay-straight alliance at school, in cases where joining could put the child in harm’s way.But after party members voted at their founding policy convention in May to essentially out students who join so-called GSAs, Kenney said he wouldn’t implement the policy if his party forms government.Mazerolle, a former schoolteacher, said Kenney’s original stance stuck with him. The Liberal candidate for Riverview said LGBTQ youth need to have a safe place outside their homes if their parents don’t accept them.“Potentially outing schoolchildren in their one safe place in their life, that’s not a gay issue, that’s a safety issue,” he said.“Kids who are struggling with these issues, they’re in serious danger a lot of the time in certain communities.”Mazerolle also said he doesn’t know where Higgs stands on the issue of abortion, which Kenney is against, although he’s said he won’t legislate on the issue.In a phone interview, Higgs chalked his meetings with Kenney up to a matter of business and said the Liberals are “trying to make issues where none exists.”He said he believes it’s important to liaise with other political leaders in the country, especially during an election.“I respect everyone’s views, and their own personal beliefs, and I think that’s what makes our province and our country strong,” said Higgs.“It isn’t for me to get in the middle of those personal discussions, and that isn’t the discussion I’m going to have with Jason Kenney. We’re going to be talking about issues that affect our country.”Higgs accused the Liberal government of playing politics and said there are bigger issues at play in New Brunswick, including the economy and how the province should address carbon pricing.“Regardless of one’s political views, there’s a lot of centric issues here,” said Higgs.Thomas Bateman, a political science professor at Fredericton’s St. Thomas University, said the Liberals’ criticism of the Tory leader’s ties with Kenney could be an attempt to pull centrist voters to their side.Bateman said he believes the New Brunswick Tories could have Kenney on the election trail to support Higgs’s stance on hydraulic fracturing. In the past Higgs has said he would be willing to revisit the province’s moratorium on fracking in some regions.Kenney “undoubtedly would tout the benefits of natural resource exploitation for New Brunswick, because it’s worked so very well in Alberta,” said Bateman.“I can’t say this for sure, but I suspect the conservatives might want to emphasize the need for natural gas development in the province — which would require fracking — and Mr. Kenney might be witness number one to suggest it is environmentally manageable and economically very promising.”Health care and senior care remain as top issues this election season. Liberal leader Brian Gallant announced Sunday that a re-elected party would recruit more staff and increase hours of care in nursing homes, just a day after he pledged to build three new nursing homes and add 86 memory-care beds throughout the province.Higgs, meanwhile, took a less bricks-and-mortar approach to senior care, saying a Progressive Conservative government would consult with seniors about how they want to live and provide supports so they can remain in their own homes longer.The Green party, led by David Coon, will launch its campaign platform Monday morning.— By Alex Cooke in Halifax
LILLOOET, B.C. — Officials are uncertain whether limited success in getting some salmon species past a rock slide in British Columbia’s Fraser River will work with smaller fish expected to arrive in the coming days.Michael Crowe, with the Department Fisheries and Oceans, says an estimated 1.5 million pink salmon will pass through the remote area but they’re weaker swimmers than chinook and sockeye, and coho and steelhead will show up soon afterwards.He says engineering work to blast rock obstructing the passage of five species of salmon is challenging.Crews have managed to transport nearly 60,000 salmon by helicopter since the slide was discovered in June.Crowe says plans are underway to get a so-called spider excavator to the base of the slide so it can use wheels or legs to go around difficult terrain and allow for rocks to be blasted and removed.He says federal, provincial and First Nations officials are working to deal with challenges in the area where a new road has been built to transport fish at night when helicopters can’t fly.The Canadian Press
The red carpet premiere of Loving the Silent Tears: A New Musical, anticipated as one of the most star-studded, spectacular year-end events, will be held on October 27 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.The event will also feature red carpet arrivals, an art exhibit and the live performance. Ranging from $45 to $75, Tickets are available now at the Grove Concierge, as well as Ticketmaster.com. The show will donate a portion of the proceeds to such charitable organizations as: Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Amnesty International, Animal Defenders International and Worldwide Veterinary Service.The first of its kind in theatre history, Loving the Silent Tears will take the audience on an elevating journey across six continents and 16 countries, to tell a compelling story about humanity’s search for inner peace and happiness.The musical will star two-time Grammy-winning artist Jon Secada, Grammy-winning icon Jody Watley, and Broadway stars: Tony winner Debbie Gravitte, Tony winner Kiril Kulish, Emmy winner and Tony nominee Liz Callaway, and Tony nominee Patti Cohenour.They will be joined by Grammy-winning reggae legends Black Uhuru, Arab singer Camellia Abou-Odah, Italian tenor Mark Janicello, Korean pop star Brian Joo, award-winning Israeli singer Liel Kolet, Irish soprano Katie McMahon, Korean singer Heather Park, award-winning Brazilian singer Fabiana Passoni, Persian superstar Siavash Shams and Chinese platinum pop star Kay Tse.“It is very special to be a part of something of this magnitude,” said Jody Watley. “What a great cast and collection of musicians, composers, artists, the global message, the magnificence!”Loving the Silent Tears promises the ingenious direction of Tony nominee Vincent Paterson (Michael Jackson’s Bad and Madonna’s Blond Ambition tours), lively dances choreographed by Emmy-winning Bonnie Story (High School Musical), the imaginative stagecraft of Emmy-winning set designer John Iacovelli (Peter Pan), and a vibrant display of costumes by award-winning designer Sharell Martin (Chicago).Vincent Paterson stated, “It will be a wonderful evening of theatre – beautiful costumes, great sets to look at. They’re going to hear great music. They’re going to see great dancing. There are some beautiful messages here.”With all elements in place to make for absolutely thrilling musical theatre, the show was inspired by a poetry anthology titled Silent Tears, written years ago by world-renowned spiritual teacher, humanitarian and artist Supreme Master Ching Hai.Award-winning playwright Cynthia Ferrell noted, “What interested me most in Loving the Silent Tears, honestly was the poetry. The poetry is so beautiful and the message of the poetry, it’s so consistent throughout the piece, and the nuances of it are gorgeous and it’s just so inspiring. It just makes you come to the project with a happy heart.”Taking a unique approach, multiple eminent composers have come together to set Supreme Master Ching Hai’s soulful verses to soaring melodies: 6-time Grammy winner and 2-time Oscar nominee Jorge Calandrelli (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), 2-time Oscar winner Al Kasha (The Poseidon Adventure), Emmy winner Doug Katsaros (Footloose), 2-time Grammy winner and Oscar nominee Henry Krieger (Dreamgirls), Tony and Emmy winner Don Pippin (Oliver!), Grammy winner Nan Schwartz (Harry Potter), and Oscar and 2-time Grammy winner David Shire (Saturday Night Fever). With the sheer volume of brilliant musical minds so generously pouring their creativity into the score, it’s evident that music lovers are in for a treat.Jon Secada will also be debuting a song that he composed for the musical, based on Supreme Master Ching Hai’s poetry.Composer Al Kasha stated, “All these composers who are the best in the world and all of these singers who won Grammys and Tonys from Broadway worked on this piece. I think it will lift the audience up inspirationally, I really do.”With a superb cast and creative team, beautiful poetry as lyrics, and accompaniment by a 30-plus member dancing ensemble and a live orchestra, Loving the Silent Tears will be an unprecedented show of grand proportions and five-star production value.The evening will commemorate the 19th anniversary of Supreme Master Ching Hai Day honoring the values of philanthropy and peace. A pre-show art exhibition at the venue will feature Supreme Master Ching Hai’s uplifting creative works, with free admittance for all musical attendees.
Nantes (France): Paris Saint-Germain failed to the seal the Ligue 1 title for the third match running after a second-string line-up without dropped Kylian Mbappe took the champions to their second defeat in a matter of days, 3-2 at Nantes. A Diego Carlos brace and Majeed Waris’ tap-in inflicted a third league loss on Thomas Tuchel’s side, who were hammered 5-1 at second-placed Lille on Sunday and drew with Strasbourg the previous week, despite Dani Alves’ stunning opener and substitute Metehan Guclu pulling one back late on. However PSG, who were also missing a host of other first-team players through injuries and suspension, remain 17 points clear with six games left. The runaway leaders will win their sixth title in seven years on Sunday if Lille fail to win at Toulouse and they then beat struggling Monaco. Tuchel refused to reveal if he left Mbappe out of the squad for blasting his teammates for “lacking personality” after the Lille loss, saying that there would be “no explanation” of his decision. “It’s very easy to analyse, it was a very bad performance, we deserved to lose,” said Tuchel. “We controlled the game at Lille but today there was no performance for 90 minutes. “You can lose and you can make mistakes, and we will always defend the players if we feel that they’ve played with a great attitude and hunger. But today it is not possible.” Depleted PSG had to thank Gianluigi Buffon 12 minutes in when he managed to push away Kalifa Coulibaly’s header from point-blank range, and seven minutes later Alves appeared to have calmed Parisian nerves with his wonder strike. There looked to be little on when the Brazilian collected Leandro Paredes’ simple pass, but he quickly lashed an unstoppable dipping drive past Maxime Dupe to score his first Ligue 1 goal this season. However just three minutes after the opener Diego Carlos was allowed too much space to nod home Valentin Ronger inswinging corner. PSG continued to struggle despite the odd flash from Moussa Diaby, and the hosts grabbed a deserved second just before the break. Coulibaly was at the heart of it, brushing Thilo Kehrer off the ball on the left flank, before cutting back to Samuel Moutoussamy, whose miss-hit shoot evaded the dozing PSG defence and found Waris for the simplest of tap-ins.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Danica Kirka, The Associated Press Posted Aug 29, 2013 4:24 am MDT LONDON – Britain’s Vodafone PLC, one of the world’s largest cellphone companies, confirmed Thursday that it was talking to Verizon Communications about selling its U.S. operations.The U.K. company is mulling options for its 45 per cent stake in the U.S.’s Verizon Wireless, of which Verizon Communications owns the other 55 per cent.Analysts have suggested that Verizon wants to pay around $100 billion for Vodafone’s stake, although reports have said that Vodafone is pressing for as much as $130 billion.Vodafone’s shares were trading 8.14 per cent higher at 2.05 pounds after it confirmed the talks with Verizon.Vodafone, which has wide-ranging interests and is expanding in Europe, has long been rumoured to be interested in a U.S. exit. Talks on a sale earlier reportedly broken down over price and tax concerns.But competition among cellphone providers and other companies moving into the cellphone space is pushing both companies toward a deal, said Ronald Klingebiel, a telecommunications specialist with Warwick Business School.Vodafone also had no control in running its Verizon stake, which made it more of an investment than a base from which to expand into the U.S. market.“This would be a happy moment to exit,” Klingebiel said.Meanwhile, there has been recent speculation that Verizon could enter the Canadian market with the possible purchase of at least one of the country’s smaller wireless players.In July, Verizon said it was taking a look at the Canada.“We continue to explore and have discussions, but at this point it’s really just an exploratory exercise,” Verizon chief financial officer Francis Shammo said a the time.The Canadian government recently eased the rules on foreign investment for wireless companies with less than 10 per cent of the marketplace, paving the way for the entry of Verizon and possibly other foreign telecom companies to set up shop and also buy small Canadian wireless companies.Canada’s big wireless carriers have launched a media campaign to warn that they would be at a disadvantage if Verizon were allowed into the market under the current set of rules.At the same time, Vodafone is pushing ahead with a takeover bid for Germany’s biggest cable operator, Kabel Deutschland, as part of its strategy to dominate media services in Europe, its biggest market.If approved by regulators, Vodafone would gain 32.4 million mobile, five million broadband and 7.6 million direct TV customers in Germany. It has 19.2 million mobile customers in the UK, and it has been under intense competition.Any proceeds from a Verizon Wireless sale would add to its war chest for further acquisition or allow the company to pay down debt.But analysts have been cautious, wary of Vodafone’s track record on mergers. In 2000, in what was the largest corporate merger ever, the company took over Mannesmann AG in a stock-swap deal valued at $180 billion. Many analysts at the time believed the German company was overvalued.— With files from The Canadian Press Vodafone in talks to sell stake in Verizon Wireless and exit US market
A new series of lunchtime talks will explore experiential learning at Brock University.Experiential Lunch Conversations is a way of engaging in meaningful conversation about teaching and learning, as well as looking at how we might provide opportunities for our students to apply their learning in high-impact ways. Short presentations (approximately 15 minutes) from faculty, staff, students or community partners doing exciting things in experiential education will open the sessions, followed by questions and open discussion. These sessions are casual – all are welcome to join in and to bring their lunch.“We need to keep the conversation going,” says Sandy Howe, Associate Director, Experiential Education. “Brock has pockets of brilliant experiential opportunities for students happening all across campus and this gives us a way to come together, share and learn from each other.” To get the series started, the following sessions are taking place:• Wednesday, Feb. 3 at noon – Effects of Course Characteristics, Community Engagement, and Individual Differences on Civic and Developmental Outcomes for College Students through Service-Learning: Insights from an Egyptian Context, research shared by Neivin Shalabi fron the Faculty of Education.• Monday, Feb. 8 at 11:30 a.m. – The University of Florida/Disney Internship Program will be shared by Christina Bosilo from International Services.• Tuesday, March 1 at 11:30 a.m. – Getting to Know the Campus Wide Co-Curriculum will be shared by Amber Scholtens from Student Life & Community Experience and a Brock studentAll three sessions will be held in ST103 (CPI’s new active learning classroom in the basement of the Schmon Tower near Career Services). Come and discover this new space, connect with colleagues, learn something new and invite any others who may also be interested. “Experiential learning is a huge part of the Brock experience,” says Howe. “It would be great to see this grow in the future so that students can apply their knowledge, have meaningful experiences, learn new skills, and be well prepared for whatever comes next for them in life after their time at Brock.” If you have a topic you would like to contribute to these discussions, please be in touch with Sandy Howe at email@example.com or by calling (905) 688-5550 ext. 4126. If you would like to bring students or community partners with you to share their experiences related to your topic, their voice would be a wonderful addition to these conversations.
Us slaves libed in log cabins what was daubed wid clay to keep de rain an’ win’ out, an’ de chimneys was made of clay an’ sticks. De beds was home-made an’ nailed agin’ de wall wid legs on de outer side. De Massa’s house was build of logs too, but it was much bigger’n de nigger cabins an’ sot way out in front of ourn. Atter de massa was kilt, old Miss had a nigger oberseer an’ dat was de meanest debil dat eber libbed on de Lawd’s green yearth. I promise myself when I growed up dat I was agoin’ to kill dat nigger iffen it was de las’ thing I eber done. Lots of times I’se seen him beat my mammy, an’ one day I seen him beat my Auntie who was big wid a chile, an’ dat man dug a roun’ hole in de groun’ an’ put her stummick in it, an’ beat an’ beat her for a half hour straight till the baby come out raght dere in de hole.“Yassun, white folks, I’se seed some turrible things in my time. When de slaves would try to run away our oberseer would put chains on dere legs wid big long spikes tween dere feets, so dey couldn’t git away. Den I’s seen great bunches of slaves put up on de block an’ sol’ jus’ lak dey was cows. Sometimes de chilluns would be seprated from dere maws an’ paws…..No’m, I don’t know nothin’ ’bout Abe Lincoln ‘ceptin’ dey say he sot us free, an’ I don’t know nothin’ ’bout dat neither.”Martha Jackson, ex-slave, Alabama“And I knowed a woman name Tishie, Miss Mollie’s house sarvant. She run away ‘case dey so mean to her, I reckon, and de cullud folks harbored her and hid her up in de grain house wid de peas and sech lac’, stedder down in de corn crib. And who ever ’twas ‘trayed her I ain’t sayin’ but a crowd uv dem Patterrollers come and got ‘er one night, and tuck her away, and I ain’t nebber seed Tishie no mo’.And one uv Ole Marsa’s niggers—’little boy’ he go by—he tuck on might’ly, ‘case dey say he wanted to marry Tishie. I know he fotch her up in de quarter fer ter git her sumpin’ to eat atter de white folks done sleep. But couldn’t nobody marry, ‘twa’n’t ‘lowed, ‘outer one or t’other uv de Ole Marsa ‘greed to buy bofe uv ‘em and ef dey didn’t ‘gree you sho’ better keep ‘way fum dey place. And Ole Marsa and Miss Mollie didn’t nebber ‘gree.“I hear some uv ‘em say one dem Patterrollers had ’bout three sets er cullud chillun over dere, and some uv ‘em favor’d Tishie, and ev’y time hit come time fer ‘em yaller gals ter work in de fiel’, dey got sarnt Norf. I reckon ‘case he never wanted see his own blood git beat up, and dat Jim Barton was er cru’l overseer, sho’s yer bawn.”Martha says most of the meaness of pre-war days on the plantations may be charged up to cruel overseers.And dat overseer man would send ‘em Patterrollers jes’ lack dey was de sher’f down to fotch ‘em back, and he’d say, ‘Dead or alive, doan’ make no diffe’nce.’ And sometimes dem dogs be done nigh ’bout chewed dem niggers up. Den he’d whoop ‘em sho’ ’nuff.‘Twas a long and a wide stiff leather strop w’at he had whut hung back uv his do’, and hit had big roun’ holes in hit, and he’d git him a pot of warm salty water and set hit down by his side. Den he had ‘em cotch de nigger and put his feet in de long block, and somebody helt dey han’s, and he strip ‘em stark naked, and he stretch ‘em ‘cross a log, and he dip de long stiff leather strop wid de roun’ holes in hit in de briny salt water, and den look out ‘case he comin’ down on dat po’ nigger’s nekkid bottom. De holes in de strop dey sucks flesh up in th’oo ‘em, and de nigger’s a hollerin’ and ev’ybody so skeered dey right ashy, and dey can’t nobody say a mumblin’ word ‘case dey so skeered.”A slave cabin in Barbour County near Eufaula. (Image: Federal Writers’ Project)Ezra Adams, ex-slave, South Caroline, 83 years old“You ain’t gwine to believe dat de slaves on our plantation didn’t stop workin’ for old marster, even when they was told dat they was free. Us didn’t want no more freedom than us was gittin’ on our plantation already. Us knowed too well dat us was well took care of, wid a plenty of vittles to eat and tight log and board houses to live in.De slaves, where I lived, knowed after de war dat they had abundance of dat somethin’ called freedom, what they could not wat, wear, and sleep in. Yes, sir, they soon found out dat freedom ain’t nothin’, ‘less you is got somethin’ to live on and a place to call home. Dis livin’ on liberty is lak young folks livin’ on love after they gits married. It just don’t work. No, sir, it las’ so long and not a bit longer.”Anne Broome, ex-slave, South Carolina, 87 years old“My ma was name Louisa. My marster was Billie Brice, but ‘spect God done write sumpin’ else on he forehead by dis time. He was a cruel marster; he whip me just for runnin’ to de gate for to see de train run by. My missus was a pretty woman, flaxen hair, blue eyes, name Mary Simonton, ’til she marry.Us live in a two-room plank house. Plenty to eat and enough to wear ‘cept de boys run ’round in their shirt tails and de girls just a one-piece homespun slip on in de summer time. Dat was not a hardship then. Us didn’t know and didn’t care nothin’ ’bout a ‘spectable ‘pearance in those days. Dats de truth, us didn’t.“Gran’pa name Obe; gran’ma, name Rachel. Shoes? A child never have a shoe. Slaves wore wooden bottom shoes.”Tom Wilson, ex-slave, Mississippi“I ‘members when us was sot free allright. ‘Twas in de middle of da winter y’ know, an’ Marse Jim (his master) was so mad ’bout hit he went off down to a li’l stream or water an’ broke de ice an’ jumped in, an’ he died ’bout two weeks afte’ of de pewmonia [FN: pneumonia].I was glad to git m’ freedom ’cause I got out’n frum under dem whuppins.“Afte’ dat us bought lan’ frum de Wilsons whut was lef’ an’ I been a fa’min’ thar ever since.”Read more at Gutenberg.org>Related: Ireland in Golden Globe nominations with forced adoptions, slavery and U2 (YouTube: MOVIES Coming Soon)AS WE HEAD into Hollywood awards season, one of the most talked about films will be Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave.The movie depicts the brutal true-life story of free black man Solomon Northup who was abducted and sold into slavery in pre-Civil War America.The cruelty of masters and overseers, as well as the bravery of abolitionists is highlighted by the makers as they follow his struggle for freedom.Before we go to cinema to take in the Golden Globe-nominated picture, we examined some more real-life accounts of slavery in the US.Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States (or the WPA Slave Narrative Collection) was compiled between 1936 and 1938. The accounts are in the public domain and we have selected a small number of excerpts here.The total collection of 2,000 interviews runs to more than 10,000 pages. The interviewers were primarily white and there are some subjective statements, questions and assertions within the finished product for which they have been criticised.They have also been described as presenting a distorted view of slavery that is too positive and simplistic.Jenny Proctor, ex-slave, Texas“I’s hear tell of dem good slave days but I ain’t nev’r seen no good times den. My mother’s name was Lisa and when I was a very small chile I hear dat driver goin’ from cabin to cabin as early as 3 o’clock in de mornin’ and when he comes to our cabin he say, ‘Lisa, Lisa, git up from dere and git dat breakfast.’“My mother, she was cook and I don’t recollect nothin’ ’bout my father. If I had any brothers and sisters I didn’ know it. We had ole ragged huts made out of poles and some of de cracks chinked up wid mud and moss and some of dem wasn’t.“We didn’ have no good beds, jes’ scaffolds nailed up to de wall out of poles and de ole ragged beddin’ throwed on dem. Dat sho’ was hard sleepin’ but even dat feel good to our weary bones after dem long hard days work in de field. I ‘tended to de chillun when I was a little gal and tried to clean de house jes’ like ole miss tells me to. Den soon as I was 10 years ole, ole marster, he say, ‘Git dis yere nigger to dat cotton patch.’“I recollects once when I was tryin’ to clean de house like ole miss tell me, I finds a biscuit and I’s so hungry I et it, ’cause we nev’r see sich a thing as a biscuit only some times on Sunday mornin’. We jes’ have co’n braid and syrup and some times fat bacon, but when I et dat biscuit and she comes in and say, ‘Whar dat biscuit?’“I say, ‘Miss, I et it ’cause I’s so hungry.’ Den she grab dat broom and start to beatin’ me over de head wid it and callin’ me low down nigger and I guess I jes’ clean lost my head ’cause I know’d better den to fight her if I knowed anything ‘tall, but I start to fight her and de driver, he comes in and he grabs me and starts beatin’ me wid dat cat-o’-nine-tails (a big leather whip, branching into nine tails) and he beats me ’til I fall to de floor nearly dead.“He cut my back all to pieces, den dey rubs salt in de cuts for mo’ punishment. Lawd, Lawd, honey! Dem was awful days. When ole marster come to de house he say, ‘What you beat dat nigger like dat for?’ And de driver tells him why, and he say, ‘She can’t work now for a week, she pay for several biscuits in dat time.’ He sho’ was mad and he tell ole miss she start de whole mess. I still got dem scars on my ole back right now, jes’ like my grandmother have when she die and I’s a-carryin’ mine right on to de grave jes’ like she did.”Mary Overton, ex-slave, Texas“De slaves wasn’ jin’rally married dat way. Dey jus’ told dey marsters dey wanted to be husban’ and wife and if dey agreed, dat was all dere was to it, dey was said to be married. I heered some white folks had weddin’s for dere niggers, but I never did see none.“I sure wish I knew how old I is, but I ain’ sure. I don’ even know my birthday!”(According to some white persons who have known Mary for a long time, calculated from information Mary had given them as to her younger days, when her memory was better than it is now, she is probably more than one hundred years old.)Henry Cheatam, ex-slave, Alabama
By Mustapha JallowThe Chief of Security Guards under the former National Intelligence Agency (NIA) James Mendy, will be arraigned before a Lower Court in Banjul today, Police PRO confirmed to this medium.According to Superintendent David Kujabi, he wouldn’t be able to confirm whether the man has been charged but that what he is aware of is that Mendy will be taken to court.The former NIA Chief was detained at Police headquarters in Banjul on Thursday 22nd March 2018. His arrest according to the PRO was in connection with the death of the former UDP Organizing Secretary, Ebrima Solo Sandeng.
For right-back Danny Simpson, his club played very well against Everton on New Year’s Day to get a 1-0 victory.Leicester City defeated Everton 1-0 at Goodison Park on New Year’s Day.And according to defender Danny Simpson, this is because the Foxes are showing professionalism.“Over the years coming to Goodison Park… we know it’s tough,” he told the club’s official website.Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“They’re always pretty even games when we play against each other but we dug in deep from the start to the end.”“When you’ve got Vards (Jamie Vardy) up front if he gets a chance you think he’s going to score. Towards the end, we just had to dig in and it was a perfect away performance from us,” he added.“They’ve got some great players. I think we were solid as a team, there was a little mistake at the back and Ricky [Ricardo Pereira] put Vards through and he’s always the favorite.”“He loves that channel down the left on his weaker foot and you don’t doubt him, it was a great finish,” he concluded.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, September 26, 2017 – Nassau – As the Department of Labour continues to fulfill its’ mission of fostering good industrial relations between employers and employees, while promoting high levels of employment, the Department facilitated a two-day “Productivity Legislation Workshop” from September 20 – 21, 2017. The workshop, sponsored by the International Labour Organization and the National Tripartite Council, brought all social partners to the table to discuss the state of productivity and competitiveness in The Bahamas. Social partners included executives of The Bahamas Department of Labor as well as participants from various trade unions, the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce & Employers Confederation, corporations and other local agencies.On Wednesday, 21st September, at the opening ceremony of the two day workshop, brief remarks were given by representatives from each pillar of the National Tripartite Council including Mr. Bernard Evans, President of the National Congress of Trade Unions Bahamas (NCTUB); Mr. Peter Goudie, Bahamas Chamber of Commerce & Employers Confederation (BCCEC); Mr. Tyrone “Rock” Morris, Secretary General, Commonwealth of The Bahamas Trade Union Congress (CBTUC) and Mr. Kelvin Sergeant, ILO Specialist for Sustainable Enterprise & Job Creation.Mr. Bernard Evans stated in remarks at the opening that after more than 20 years of advocacy for implementation of the Productivity Council here in The Bahamas, it would provide hope in an effort to save a generation of unskilled, unprepared working Bahamians who are ill-equipped to compete on a level both regionally and internationally. He noted that the main objective of the two day workshop would be to bring together key stakeholders in the various sectors to strategize on productivity improvement and competitiveness with special focus on private sector; to develop a National Action Plan for Productivity Development in The Bahamas.Mr. Evans stated that the plan should outline the performance priority areas, the key indicators of performance on all islands and also focus on a system for monitoring performance and assignment of responsibilities by all stakeholders. Also, to establish a Bahamian organization of Productivity Agents that will promote the development of productivity and performance-related activities to facilitate regional and international competitiveness and sustainability in production of goods and services within all of our islands. This, he noted, will improve the quality of life for workers and citizens alike. Mr. Evans suggests that legislation is a start and is hopeful that the current Government administration will commit to putting necessary legislation in place to begin the process.Similarly, Mr. Kelvin Sergeant, ILO Specialist for Sustainable Enterprise & Job Creation is pleased with productivity becoming a critical word in The Bahamas over the past few years. He is encouraged that there are a broad range of voices – from politicians and business groups to economists, academics and unions – who are talking about productivity and what should be done to get performance up to speed. He noted that in order to achieve the acceleration of productive growth in The Bahamas, it requires a country-specific mix of policies aimed at creating an environment conducive to sustainable enterprises, building human capital in basic education including technical and core skills, encouraging the application of decent and productive workplace practices, addressing sector-specific challenges, promoting environmental-friendly technology and ways of doing business.Mr. Sergeant specifically noted that the focus for the two day workshop would be frank discussions on the importance of productivity performance and what the productivity challenges are in The Bahamas. The interventions needed at all levels of productivity improvement, including the need for legislation to establish a national productivity council is also a paramount focus.The Minister of Labour, Senator the Hon. Dion A. Foulkes officially opened the workshop by thanking the ILO Team, including Claudia Coenjaerts and Kelvin Sergeant, for their exceptional job in executing the mandate of the ILO in the region. Minister Foulkes stated that the Government of The Bahamas cannot achieve the goal of increasing economic growth through National Productivity by itself, therefore he congratulated the organizers of the workshop and pledged the Government’s full commitment to continue to work with the International Labour Organization, the National Tripartite Council and all of the social partners to fully implement a National Productivity Council. Minister Foulkes declared the historic workshop open and noted that he looked forward to the results of the deliberations over the two days.The workshop was held at the Department of Labour on Rosetta Street and included discussions and work sessions on The State of Productivity and Competitiveness in The Bahamas, Understanding Productivity and its relation to economic growth and Economic Transformation and Policy Reponses.Director of Labour, Mr. A. Robert Farquharson advised that he was pleased with the work completed during the workshop and looks forward to presenting the results to the Minister.Press Release: Department of LabourPhoto captions:Header: Group of workshop participants representing the Department of Labour, ILO, National Tripartite Council and other social partners.1st insert: Workshop participants at the National Productivity Legislation Workshop.2nd insert:Peter Goudie, presenting to the workshop participants.3rd insert: Workshop Facilitator, Kelvin Sergeant, ILO Specialist for Sustainable Enterprise & Job Creation presenting to the workshop participants. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:
Sony’s executive team may have painted itself into a corner regarding information sharing about the recent PlayStation Network server breach. A document dated May 6, handed to the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry by Sony, gives a breakdown of the events that occurred from the moment Sony knew something was up with their PSN servers. That time period started on April 25, but we didn’t know anything publicly and official until April 26.That 24 hour period is key, as the document states Sony knew a large amount of data had been taken on the 25th, but chose not to issue a statement until the 26th. On May 1st Kazuo Hirai, president of Sony’s gaming division, stated they didn’t know about the breach until the 26th. Again, this is a day later than the document states.Also at issue here is how much Sony knew and decided to disclose publicly. On the 25th it knew lots of data had been taken, but not specifically which data. On the 26th all Sony would say is the possibility that user’s personal details had been taken could not be ruled out.The reason given for not being more cautious and publicly saying user data was probably taken is surprising. In the document Sony states “We hadn’t figured out what kind of data had been leaked … we didn’t want to bewilder our customers.”In the end, the user details of 77 million accounts was stolen from PSN followed by millions more from Sony Online Entertainment servers. This new detail from the Sony’s own timeline document is sure to put more pressure on the company to explain exactly what went on, why there are discrepancies, and why they didn’t share more information sooner.via MarketWatchMatthew’s OpinionI think there is still a lot more to learn about Sony’s actions during this time period. We followed the PSN downtime pretty closely and you may remember PSN was offline from April 21 and ruined Easter weekend for a lot of gamers. The next we heard was on April 25 when PSN was still offline as Sony was tracking an “external intrusion”. The following day we found out the truth when Sony admitted being hacked.So if this document states that the hack was detected on April 25, why was PSN down from the 21st? Did Sony think something was amiss but not figure out what it was specifically for four days? That’s very poor management and threat response times if it turns out to be true.While Sony may have decided not to “bewilder” customers, I think the opposite has happened by not being upfront and timely with the details of the hack. Users are more bewildered than ever by how Sony manages its systems.
Listen Now Problem Solvers with Jason Feifer Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Upon reading James Damore’s Google Memo, I was inspired to respond to his words by pairing my personal experience with facts defying his stance. The following is my retort to his divisive words. I grew up in a very patriarchal society, and had gotten used to hearing that boys and girls were different. Despite that, my mother was the entrepreneur in the family and was always the one who drove our household earnings. She was the rock of the house, tenacious and extremely smart. There were a lot of struggles that our immigrant family went through, and she pulled us out of every one of them.And yet, from her own mouth I would hear how boys can do this, and girls can’t do that. She was a walking contradiction. The societal message that was so deeply ingrained in her psyche made her impart these false distinctions onto her own daughter.This dichotomy is what led me on my journey to understand and ultimately shrug off the message. It was a big shrug, but it could only be done as a shrug because as a minority woman, I was not allowed to rage or be aggressive. That shrug was the only way to succeed in a tech career as a woman. Instead, I had to silently toil, often working 80 hours a week during my earlier days at Palm. I would toil away even after all the lights in the office had been turned off, because I had to prove to everyone that I deserved to be there.James, how often have you been the last one in your large office?Over the years, I would pull all-nighters while shrugging off advances, unwanted kisses, hugs and lap dances, sometimes bought for me by my boss as he watched. Shrug. I didn’t complain the next day, but yucked it up with my boss and went to our client meetings. James, have you ever been mortified by your boss and had to pretend to enjoy it?You said women don’t take stressful jobs because we’re not biologically inclined, but do you think you can handle the stress of working in these conditions? Women have to deal with an entirely different level of stress. The fact is that women are physiologically better at coping with stress.Related: That Infamous Google Memo Says Plenty About What’s Wrong With Tech and Why It’s So Hard to Talk AboutIn light of all the stories coming out of Silicon Valley, I realize my story not only isn’t unique, it’s the norm that women in tech have become so very used to. That is why when I read your memo I found it so personally hurtful and enraging. Your memo perpetuates the myth that women always play the victim, when so many of us could never afford the luxury of complaining. Keeping silent was the unwritten rule to succeed in a male-dominated industry.You think that the advancement in Human Resource (HR) process to promote women and minorities creates favorable situations towards women, but let’s look at why those HR processes were created in the first place. In an article earlier this year, Adrianne LaFrance at the Atlantic explored the obvious societal biases towards women even pondering the notion of learning engineering:“We do not permit women to register in the Engineering School under present regulations,” wrote William Mott, the dean of the Carnegie Institute of Technology, in 1919. The article goes on to cite numerous letters collected by the Society of Women Engineers, all with a similar tone of dismay that women could be/would be interested in engineering because they believe, as you do, that women are too biologically different. However, it is statements like this that discouraged women:“In reply to your recent communication, I would state that we have not now, have never had, and do not expect to have in the near future, any women students registered in our engineering department,” wrote a professor at University of North Carolina.Related: Google Has Fired the Writer of the 3,000-Word Viral Memo That’s Gripping the CompanyDespite all these societal and historical biases, women in engineering grew from the 1960s to the 1980s, so let’s drop this fallacy that women are biologically different and thus not interested in engineering. Biology has nothing to do with it as shown in the chart below.The fact is, another blow came in the form of more gender bias in the 1980s when personal computers (PCs) came to market and were exclusively marketed towards rich white boys, leaving girls and disadvantaged minorities behind (as discussed by Steve Henn on NPR).PCs were pitched it to parents as toys for boys. As a result, PCs were locked in boys’ rooms, away from their sisters. My dear mom, so full of contradictions, bought a PC for my brother but thankfully saw the sense of making the PC an accessible device to me as well, by setting it up on our rarely-used dining room table. Incidentally, I (not my brother) spent the most time on the damn thing, playing Tetris and learning command lines.So, James, women don’t avoid engineering because we’re too biologically different. Many aren’t interested because we’ve been discouraged from our interest at every turn.Imagine that despite all this — your parents discouraging you, your school discouraging you, your friends discouraging you — you still end up in tech, where your co-workers and boss treat you differently. Despite all this, James, you still excel. You go on to start your own company, which generates eight figures in revenue with no VC funding, and is declared one of the “fastest growing” in its field.Related: Google Says It Would Cost Too Much to Gather Wage Gap DataYou’ll find that your “shrug it off” method and perseverance has made you a success, so you decide to start another company. This time you decide to raise VC funds, but once again you’re up against biases that are so deeply ingrained that only 2 percent of women receive funding. Did you ever study sexual linguistics? I did, and I’m very aware how language impacts perceptions. Harvard Business Review did an amazing study for over a year, where they recorded venture capitalists’ discussions to understand the impact of words.In the early days of fundraising for my current venture, IOTAS, I heard “no” from over 60 VCs. I reflect what it’s like to raise venture funding as a woman and things are getting worse. For example, “In 2016, 5,839 male-founded companies got VC funding, compared to just 359 female-founded companies. In other words, companies run by men got more than 16 times more funding than companies run by women” – from Fortune’s “Venture Capital’s Funding Gender Gap Is Actually Getting Worse”.Being scrappy, I managed to go through the grueling, but less biased, process of grant funding from the National Science Foundation and National Institute of Standards & Technology. Most recently, IOTAS raised a series seed round with Oregon Angel Fund, Rogue Ventures and others totaling $2.25M. Even during this successful round, I was disturbed when a VC firm that primarily invests in minorities and women passed on our series seed round, because the valuation agreed to by our lead investor was considered too high. Too high!?! Do women and minority focused VCs immediately expect that the valuation of the companies that they want to support will be cheaper?It’s hard enough to get funding as a minority woman, but when the VCs who support you discount your value, then it’s not just hard — it’s nearly impossible. Regardless, we closed the round with excellent investors who valued our company and team and gave us the valuation we wanted.James, as to your scientific theories, is it possible that we’re both right that? There are biological differences between men and women, but there are even stronger social constructs that need to be challenged and thrown away.As you said yourself, “Many of these differences are small and there’s significant overlap between men and women, so you can’t say anything about an individual given these population level distributions.” The differences, as science points out, are so small that it should make no statistical difference as to why women aren’t in engineering. So, based on your own argument, it must be rooted in some other issues; possibly at historical and societal biases that led to women not being in engineering.Related: 3 Reasons Why Gender Equality is an ‘Everyone’ IssueShouldn’t humans strive to be more, to be better, than our base biology dictates? Do you want to be no more than an ape? As you see it, “Status is the primary metric that men are judged on” i.e. the need to be superior to other men is also seen in the base needs of our cousins, the apes. Is that where we want humanity to be — our base self? Isn’t Google trying to achieve something better? Isn’t Google striving for something more than what our biology, society and history hands us at birth?I have a little 8-year-old girl who, perhaps because no one told her she wasn’t supposed to, loves to code and loves her robotics class. Sadly, she is only one of two girls in her robotics class because parents still wrongly assume their girls won’t be interested in these things. But, how is an 8-year-old to know what interests them unless they try? That is why these programs to teach girls to code are important, so they can try. I see myself in both her and my little boy’s eyes.Like my mother, I am the sole bread-winner (and my husband also breaks gender expectations and is a proud, loving and wonderful stay-at-home dad.) Unlike my mother, I will not tell her what she shouldn’t be interested in, so she can strive to be more in every way. 9 min read Hear from business owners and CEOs who went through a crippling business problem and came out the other side bigger and stronger. September 5, 2017
Travelweek Group Share TORONTO — Goway’s GroupsOnly department has brought two new coordinators onboard.European destination specialist Rebecca Goldsack Smith and air specialist Mary Takla will both be based at Goway’s head office in Toronto.Goldsack Smith has taken on the role of the department’s Europe Team Lead, with over five years of experience selling international travel, particularly to Europe. She has travelled extensively throughout the continent including in-depth tours of Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, and the UK. Her travels have also taken her to Costa Rica and Peru.Takla is an industry veteran who brings a wealth of air contract and routing knowledge to the department, with experience in executive sales and customer service from working for major international airlines both in Canada and in her home country of Egypt.Barbara Norton, the Group Department’s General Manager, says she’s thrilled to have Rebecca and Mary join the team. “With Goway now selling Europe along with the incremental growth in air-only inquiries, the expertise these women bring in both destination knowledge and group planning experience will be invaluable,” says Norton. Tags: Goway, People Thursday, May 3, 2018 Two new hires for Goway Travel’s GroupsOnly dept. Posted by << Previous PostNext Post >>
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