Cost of bringing First Nations water systems up to snuff could total

first_imgOTTAWA – Jane Philpott says the federal government will spend as much money as it takes to end long-term, boil-water advisories in First Nations communities by March 2021.The Indigenous services minister made that vow Thursday after Parliament’s budget watchdog warned that the federal government hasn’t devoted anywhere near enough money to fulfil Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s promise to end boil-water advisories within five years.It will cost at least $3.2 billion in capital investment to bring First Nations drinking water and wastewater systems up to standards comparable to non-Indigenous communities by 2020, according to a report released by the parliamentary budget office.That includes $1.8 billion to upgrade drinking water systems and another $1.4 billion to upgrade wastewater treatment, along with $361 million in maintenance costs.The Trudeau government’s first budget in 2016 allocated $1.8 billion over five years for improving First Nations water and wastewater systems.But the PBO report says that falls far short of what’s needed to deliver on Trudeau’s 2015 campaign promise to end all long-term boil-water advisories in First Nations communities within five years.The planned spending, combined with the money that’s been devoted to improving water systems since 2011, will cover only 54 to 70 per cent — depending on population growth — of the total investments needed, the report says.Moreover, the report notes that the Trudeau government’s commitment applies only to water systems that are financially supported by the federal government — which covers most, but not all, systems on reserve.“As such, even if the federal commitment is fulfilled, there may remain inadequate infrastructure,” it says.Philpott said the report “highlights the tremendous amount of work that has to be done” but vowed that it will get done — and on schedule.“Our commitment is firm and Canadians need to understand that we are absolutely steadfast in our commitment to make sure that all long-term boil-water advisories in public systems on reserve will be lifted by March of 2021,” she said.“We will make sure we have the resources to do so and we have a very specific plan in place to get there.”She added that the government will study the PBO report’s conclusion that more money — at least $2.35 billion more, by the NDP’s estimate — will be needed.However, Philpott also argued that the number of boil-water advisories the government is promising to fix is not as high as the numbers used by the PBO or by the NDP. The government numbers include only long-term advisories issued on public water systems for which the federal government is responsible.By Philpott’s count, there are currently 67 such boil-water advisories in effect. Since the Liberals took office in November 2015, she said 29 such advisories have been lifted, although she acknowledged that some new ones have been issued over the same period.Her department’s website showed slightly different numbers: 69 advisories still in effect, 27 lifted and 19 new ones issued — for a total reduction of eight since the Liberals took the helm.The PBO cited Health Canada in reporting that there were 100 long-term advisories and 37 short-term advisories in effect as of last March, while the NDP put the current number at 147 — the same number arrived at by adding the boil-water and do-not-consume water advisories posted on Health Canada’s website as of Thursday.But Philpott said those higher numbers include short-term boil-water advisories, which may be in effect for only a day or two while a sewage system is repaired, for instance. They also include water systems for private entities on reserve, like a gas station, for which the government is not responsible, she said.Charlie Angus, the NDP’s Indigenous affairs critic, said the report shows the Liberal government hasn’t invested enough money to meet Trudeau’s promise.“Access to clean water is a fundamental right,” Angus said. “It is time the government got serious about this.”last_img read more

Canadian Press editorinchief to leave news service April 26 cites personal reasons

TORONTO — Stephen Meurice, editor-in-chief of The Canadian Press, has announced that he is leaving the national news service for personal reasons, effective April 26.Meurice, 55, has held the top editorial position at the Toronto-based company since mid-2014, after spending most of his professional career in the newspaper industry.Company president Malcolm Kirk said in a statement to staff that Meurice’s departure after 4 1/2 years was unexpected, and sad news.He said managing editor Andrea Baillie will be acting editor-in-chief after Meurice departs.The Canadian Press supplies a variety of content — text, audio, picture and graphics — to newspapers, broadcasters and online portals across the country. The Canadian Press read more

Quick Hits Ohio State football news and notes

First-year Ohio State head coach Luke Fickell lauded Buckeye Nation’s contribution to Saturday’s win against then-No. 12 Wisconsin and senior running back Daniel “Boom” Herron said he thinks the offense could score 50 points against Indiana (1-8, 0-5) during a Tuesday press conference. Neither addressed the forthcoming decision from the NCAA regarding the football program’s rules violations, though a university spokeman told The Lantern Tuesday that the expected announcement date of the ruling is “hard to predict.” A nod to students Fickell began his remarks by thanking the OSU students and fans for helping create an atmosphere at Ohio Stadium that he said was “unbelievable.” “(I) wouldn’t want to start any other way but to thank the fans, the crowd and the students for an unbelievable atmosphere this weekend,” Fickell said. Fickell said he even needed he wife’s reassurance that the Horseshoe, which held 105,511 fans on Saturday, was as loud as he perceived it. “Sometimes, I had to get in the car afterward, ask my wife to make sure I saw and felt that atmosphere as well as it was,” he said. “I wasn’t sure if it was my heart that was pounding or the screams from the crowd, but it was an unbelievable atmosphere, unbelievable experience, just to be a part of something, obviously a game like that. But that’s what Ohio State football’s all about.” “Signature” win? Not a chance With the 33-29 win against the then-No.12 Badgers Saturday, Fickell clinched his second consecutive win against a ranked opponent. OSU beat then-No.16 Illinois, 17-7, on Oct. 15. Fickell rejected the notion that Saturday’s win was a “signature” win in his young career as a head coach, saying, “Every win is big.” “The way it was won, obviously, maybe that might mean something different, the atmosphere it was won in,” he said. “But still it goes down the same on the schedule — it goes down as a win.” Running the score up on Indiana The Indiana Hoosiers, which have allowed opponents to score 204 points combined in their last four games, could be in for more trouble Saturday. OSU senior running back Daniel “Boom” Herron said he wants the Buckeyes to score 50 points against the Hoosiers. “Yeah, I mean, you gotta look at it that way. Whatever we could do to put points on the board,” Herron said. “I think it’s possible. It’s definitely possible.” All crickets on the NCAA front After its Aug. 12 hearing with the NCAA in Indianapolis regarding the football program’s infractions, the university originally expected the final ruling to arrive sometime during the Buckeyes’ four-game stretch between Oct. 8, when they traveled to Nebraska, and this Saturday’s home game against Indiana. There was no mention Tuesday of the NCAA violations, or when the ruling would be handed down. In a Tuesday email to The Lantern, OSU spokesman Jim Lynch said that since additional violations were considered by the NCAA after the Aug. 12 hearing, “We (OSU and the NCAA) are no longer on the same timetable.” As a result, Lynch said in the email that it is difficult for him to predict when the ruling will be announced. read more

Trump bid to restore travel ban rejected

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedTrump loses appeal court bid to reinstate travel banFebruary 10, 2017In “World”Trump travel ban: States urge retention of temporary blockFebruary 6, 2017In “World”Trump travel ban faces biggest legal test yetFebruary 7, 2017In “latest news” (BBC) The US federal appeals court has rejected the Trump administration’s request to reinstate a travel ban blocked by a federal judge on Friday.The late night ruling means the travel ban will remain suspended until the full case has been heard.The court gave the White House and the states challenging it a deadline of Monday to present more arguments.Two states argued that the travel ban, affecting people from seven mainly-Muslim countries, was unconstitutional.In its appeal, the Justice Department said Judge James Robart had overreached by “second guessing” the president on a national security matter.It also argued that only the president could decide who can enter or stay in the US.US wrestlers will now compete in Iran, which has relaxed its own retaliatory banIn Friday’s case, the Justice Department had argued that states did not have the authority to challenge a presidential executive order.Lawyers for the states of Washington and Minnesota had argued that the ban was unconstitutional because it denied people with valid entry documents the right to travel without due process.It also violated freedom of religion rights by appearing to target Muslims, they said.Iraq, one of the countries named in the ban, has praised the revocation of the travel ban as a “move in the right direction”, Reuters reported.Iran has also responded to Judge Robart’s ruling by saying it would allow a US wrestling team to compete in a World Cup event it is hosting later this month.The US wrestlers were initially denied visas after Iran said it would ban Americans in retaliation for Mr Trump’s order.However Mr Trump has called Judge Robart’s ruling “ridiculous”, described him as a “so-called judge” and vowed to restore the ban.Judge Robart has served on the federal bench since 2004 after nomination by President George W Bush.Friday’s ruling has also seen visa holders from the affected nations scramble to get flights to the US, fearing they have a slim window to enter.The State Department has been reversing visa cancellations and US homeland security employees have been told by their department to comply with the ruling.Customs officials told airlines that they could resume boarding banned travellers. Qatar Airways, Air France, Etihad Airways, Lufthansa and others said they would do so.The ban caused confusion at US and foreign airports when it came into force.It envisages a 90-day visa suspension for anyone arriving from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen.The directive also suspends the US Refugee Admissions Programme for 120 days, and places an indefinite ban on Syrian refugees.It has led to protests in US cities and around the world. read more

Etsy spills users purchase histories to Google with new People Search function

first_imgEtsy is a fantastic site dedicated to helping people sell their original, handmade creations and vintage items. I love it. What I don’t love, though, is their latest feature, called “People Search.” It makes their users not only searchable by their real names, but also lets you see their purchase histories. Oh. Except since Etsy never told anyone they were launching this feature, many Etsy users now have their purchase histories exposed to the world for all to see.Technically, not everyone is effected. When you sign up for an Etsy account, you are asked but not require to give your real name. It’s optional, but not obviously so. If you ever entered your real name in that field, you’re screwed: People Search will not only tell everyone all your Etsy purchases, but even pump it to Google.AdChoices广告Here’s one fantastic example:” I just found a woman who’s Etsy profile comes up on Google as the 5th link. I was expecting 6 or 7 pages down, but it’s on the very first page, right after her online resumes (four of ’em – so I guess she’s looking for work and this cannot be helping). She signed up a year ago, under the old privacy policy, and hasn’t logged in since 2010. And now I know what dildo she uses. Right down to the curvature and coloring.” Needless to say, if you’ve ever signed up for an Etsy account and bought anything you don’t want the whole world knowing about, you’ll want to change some account settings. Here’s how to do it.Log in to Etsy…Click “Settings” on the left top sidebarChoose the “Privacy” tabYou have three decisions to make (who can see your favorites, who can see your purchases, and can people search for your email). Be sure to click the update button on the bottom.To change your ‘real name’ on file, click “Profile” in the left sidebar while logged in to your account. There you go. Now your dildo preferences are safe!Read more at Mary Suelast_img read more

Des traces déléments radioactifs détectés dans lair français

first_imgDes traces d’éléments radioactifs détectés dans l’air français Mardi, l’Institut de radioprotection et de sûreté nucléaire a annoncé que des traces d’iode 131, provenant de rejets radioactifs venant d’un pays étranger encore inconnu, ont été détectées dans l’air en France, sans pour autant présenter de risque sanitaire. Ce sont plusieurs pays d’Europe centrale qui ont déclenché l’alerte. Il y a peu, les réseaux scientifiques de l’Institut de radioprotection et de sûreté nucléaire (IRSN) l’ont en effet informé  (IRSN) que des pays européens avaient détecté dans leur air de l’iode 131 à l’état de traces. Une annonce qui a poussé l’Institut a effectué ses propres analyses pour rechercher la présence éventuelle de cet élément radioactif en France.À lire aussiLa fusion nucléaire pourrait bien devenir prochainement une réalitéEt effectivement, les premiers résultats des tests réalisés ont bien révélé dans l’air français des traces d’iode 131, mais à des niveaux de concentration ne dépassant quelques microbecquerels par mètre cube et proches de la limite de détection des instruments de mesure, selon l’IRSN. La présence de l’élément ne présenterait donc aucun risque pour la santé des populations, a tenu à souligner l’Institut cité par l’AFP. Alors que la présence d’iode 131 dans l’air est tout à fait inhabituelle à cette échelle du territoire national, l’IRSN explique que l’élément doit provenir de rejets radioactifs anormaux dans l’atmosphère et venant d’un pays étranger. Néanmoins, l’origine et la date des rejets restent pour l’heure inconnues. Une chose est sûre : le phénomène n’a rien à voir avec l’accident nucléaire de Fukushima, au Japon, tandis que l’iode 131 a une courte durée de vie et voit sa radioactivité diminuer de moitié tous les huit jours.  Sur son site, l’IRSN explique ainsi qu’il réalise actuellement des calculs de rétro-trajectoires pour tenter de localiser la provenance des masse d’air ayant transporté l’iode 131 détecté. Le 15 novembre 2011 à 11:59 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Man found naked along Washougal River identified

first_imgThe man who was found naked and without identification Saturday along the Washougal River has been identified as John Mullenmeister of Minnesota, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.Mullenmeister, 43, was found along the riverbank near Milepost 7. He was alive but in medical distress, and later died after being taken to an area hospital, according to a sheriff’s office news release.An autopsy revealed no signs of homicidal violence, and toxicology results are pending. The death does not appear to be criminal in nature, the news release states.last_img read more

Indias ecommerce to generate 25 lakh jobs in 2016 Assocham

first_imgBurgeoning e-commerce industry in India is likely to generate 2.5 lakh jobs this year, according to an Assocham report, which added that fresh hiring in the sector may see an increase by 60-65 percent. A majority of the e-commerce firms has reported a multi-fold increase in their turnover over the last year, though mainly driven by huge discounts offered by them.”E-commerce industry is likely to generate nearly 2.5 lakhs jobs in the online retail in 2016, including temporary employees, supply chain, logistics, ancillary units etc.,” Press Trust of India reported citing the Assocham report.Currently, the industry employs nearly 3.5 lakh people.”The hiring activities are expected to grow by over 60-65 percent in this sector and may help create between 5-8 lakh employment opportunities in two to three years,” Assocham secretary general D S Rawat said.Mobile-commerce, or m-commerce, which currently occupies only 20-25 percent of the country’s e-commerce market, is expected to grow rapidly as businesses look to gain more market share.Last month, Assocham had said that the domestic e-commerce market is estimated to grow by 67% to $38 billion (Rs 2.51 lakh crore) in 2016 from over $23 billion (Rs 1.52 lakh crore) last year, boosted by a rise in Internet and mobile users.India’s e-commerce market was worth about $3.8 billion in 2009. It increased to $17 billion in 2014 and to $23 billion in 2015.”The rapid transformation in logistics, innovation, consumerism and productivity prove to be an interesting case study for other emerging economies,” Rawat said.last_img read more

Valve announces Steam Autumn Sale

first_imgValve never misses an opportunity to have a sale on Steam, and Thanksgiving weekend is no exception. Today, the digital games service has kicked off its Autumn Sale, promising to bring huge discounts to a range of popular games and publisher back catalogs. In other words, it’s the perfect opportunity to pick up a few games you missed on their release day.The sale will run from the 23rd to the 27th of November with new game discounts being made each day. Today’s selection includes the following titles:Call of Duty: Black Ops 50% offDejobaan games 50% off (5 titles)Duke Nukem Forever 66% offMass Effect franchise 75% off (3 titles)Men of War franchise 75% off (9 titles)Oddworld franchise 75% off (4 titles)Orcs Must Die! 75% offPortal 2 66% offRisen 50% offRenegade Ops 50% offSam & Max franchise 75% off (3 titles)Test Drive Unlimited 2 75% offAs well as the daily deals, Steam is also promising games from all the major publishers including 2K, Bethesda, Codemasters, EA, Paradox Interactive, Rockstar, Sega, Square Enix, THQ, Ubisoft, Warner Bros., and of course Valve’s own games.The only way to bag yourself a few bargains is to check back every day and see what’s listed as new. Following Steam on Twitter will ensure you don’t miss the announcement a new assortment of games has gone up for sale.Is there anything in today’s line-up that takes your fancy? Risen looks pretty good with 50% off, so does portal 2 if you haven’t given in a bought it full price yet.Check out all the deals at the Steam Autumn Sale page.last_img read more

Chef Alleges Antonio Brown Fired Him Over Fish Head Left In Freezer

first_imgWhen Luca Brazi was killed during the gang wars in The Godfather, a fish was sent in a package to the Corleone’s as a Sicilian a message that Brasi was “sleeping with the fishes.” Apparently Antonio Brown has seen the movie one too many times because a celebrity personal chef is alleging in a lawsuit that A.B. fired him for leaving a frozen fish head in the freezer after a party that Brown interpreted as a Godfather type threat.Celebrity chef Stefano Tedeschi says that he cooked for Brown and other NFL’ers during the 2018 Pro Bowl, including a large seafood spread. While cleaning up, Tedeschi put a salmon head in the freezer with the intention of making soup the next day. Apparently Brown or some of his people found the head and instantly jumped to the conclusion that Tedeschi was threatening them, because that’s what normal people do.After finding the head, Tedeschi says he was told his services would no longer be needed. He’s suing Brown for getting stiffed on the $38,000 bill for his services. The helmet and feet thing with Brown is out there, but this, if true, takes the cake.last_img read more

Air Serbia taps into Thailand with Etihad codeshare

first_imgAir Serbia has expanded its reach in the Far East by adding the Thai capital of Bangkok and the country’s largest island, Phuket, to its codeshare agreement with Etihad Airways.The deal will see Air Serbia place its flight code on four daily Etihad Airways services between Bangkok and Abu Dhabi as well as on one daily flight between Phuket and Abu Dhabi, where travellers have convenient onward connections to Belgrade.In addition, Air Serbia’s “JU” flight code will appear on daily Etihad Airways flights between Abu Dhabi and Nairobi, the capital and commercial centre of Kenya.Dane Kondic, Chief Executive Officer of Air Serbia, said: “We are excited to offer our guests one-stop connections to two popular destinations in Thailand, a country renowned for its fascinating culture, scenic beaches and balmy climate.“With this expansion we are able to better capture the strong flow of travel from Serbia to Thailand by providing travellers with more choice, flexibility and convenience.“We thank the civil aviation authorities of the Republic of Serbia and the Kingdom of Thailand, whose signing of a bilateral air services agreement in November 2015 has made this development in air connectivity possible.“Last but definitely not least, this expansion has extended our network reach to Nairobi, our first codeshare point in East Africa and an economic powerhouse in the region that is renowned for its safaris and game reserves.”Codeshare flights to Bangkok and Phuket can now be booked for travel from 16 December while services to Nairobi can be booked for travel from 28 December. Fly Air SerbiaSource = Air Serbialast_img read more

Biometrics for better travel

first_imgBiometrics for better travelBiometrics for better travelSITA report outlines how biometrics in identity management will transform passenger processingBiometric technology is emerging as the top solution for airlines and airports to automate identity checks amid rising passenger numbers. This is according to Biometrics for Better Travel: An ID Management Revolution, a report published today by SITA. It outlines how using biometrics to check passenger’s identity will power faster and more secure self-service processes at airports as passenger numbers are set to almost double to 7.8 billion by 2036.Airlines and airports are already investing in various forms of biometric technology and SITA’s report explores innovative ID management programs that are transforming the travel experience today. In the future, these will be more commonplace worldwide as 63 percent of airports and 43 percent of airlines plan to invest in biometric ID management solutions in the next three years.Sean Farrell, Director, Strategy & Innovation, SITA, said: “Across the world, airlines are required to check that passengers are who they say they are and that they have the right travel documents. This is a fundamental element of securing the travel process which cannot be eliminated. With passenger numbers set to double by 2036, airlines and airports need to be able to move passengers through these checks as securely and quickly as possible. Efficient identity management is essential for better security while at the same time improving the passenger experience. Biometrics is the technology that can deliver this.”The good news for airlines, airports and the various government agencies involved in passenger identity management, is that passengers are happy to use biometrics. This technology is becoming increasingly commonplace in people’s lives. For example, by 2020 more than 75 percent of smartphones will have fingerprint sensors. This user acceptance can be seen among passengers too. SITA reports that the majority of passengers would definitely use biometrics on their next flight.Farrell adds: “Passengers are ready and want to use biometrics. The easiest way for airlines and airports to make this happen is to use technology that integrates easily with their existing infrastructure – kiosks, bag drop, automated boarding gates. Moving to single token identity management where passengers can simply use their biometric, such as their face, at every checkpoint on their journey will speed passengers securely through the airport.”SITA’s report outlines how airlines and airports must have a global consensus on how to securely resolve passenger identity issues as an integral part of the next generation of self-service systems. All industry stakeholders have a role to play to harness technologies that can make the processes better, faster and more secure. The air transport industry must collaborate across all stakeholders and across the globe with governments to ensure scalability and interoperability across borders.Biometrics for Better Travel: An ID Management Revolution combines SITA’s global research with commentary and cases studies from airports, airlines and global entities that are exploring and adopting biometric technology to transform the passenger experience. Those featured include Brisbane Airport, British Airways, JetBlue and Orlando International Airport along with industry perspectives from the International Airline Travel Association (IATA).For further details, download SITA’s full report – Biometrics for Better Travel: An ID Management Revolution and visit stand 500 at Passenger Terminal EXPO to see SITA Smart Path™, biometric ID management in action.Source = SITAlast_img read more

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first_imgearlybirdsEuropeRiver CruisesScenic Agents have until 31 August 2018 to secure the best earlybird deal on a Scenic Scenic European river cruise for their clients – an offer that includes free flights for all to Europe, choice of travelling all year in all suites and across all cruise itineraries of 11 days or longer.“The unprecedented all-inclusive offers have had a strong take up across the board but particularly with our France and Portugal programs. However, there is still limited availability so we encourage agents to book now to make the most of these offers”, said Director Marketing and Strategy Liz Glover.*Please note some departures are sold outIMAGE: Scenic Diamond under Pont de Pierre in Bordeaux, Francelast_img read more

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first_img by The Associated Press Posted Feb 22, 2019 6:27 am PDT JUNEAU, Alaska — Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy has proposed ending state funding for public broadcasting amid efforts to address a $1.6 billion budget deficit.The Anchorage Daily News reports the Republican governor has introduced a measure this week to eliminate the Alaska Public Broadcasting Commission, saving the state about $3.6 million per year.The commission distributes state grants to TV and radio stations and supervises a satellite communications system.Vicky Thomas, office manager for KZPA-AM, says the only radio station in Fort Yukon won’t be able to replace equipment and its survival will be jeopardy without state funding.Matt Shuckerow, the governor’s press secretary, says the funding cut is not based on the merits of the public broadcasting but is simply to reduce statewide costs.___Information from: Anchorage Daily News, http://www.adn.comThe Associated Press AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emailcenter_img Alaska governor plans no funding for public broadcastinglast_img read more

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