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Woman charged for aiding illegal entries at popular QuebecUS crossing

first_imgMONTREAL — Canada’s border protection agency has charged a woman in connection with organizing illegal entries into Canada through a popular rural crossing in southern Quebec.A charge was laid against Olayinka Celestina Opaleye Wednesday at the courthouse in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, south of Montreal.She is charged under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for facilitating the entry of asylum seekers into Canada through Roxham Road in exchange for compensation. The charges were laid following an investigation carried out by Canada Border Services Agency.The agency alleges that in the summer of 2017, Opaleye arranged for the entry of “several individuals” into Canada, acting as part of a network of smugglers who organized their travel.According to Canadian government figures, there were 19,419 irregular crossings in Canada in 2018, more than 18,500 of them through the Quebec crossing at Roxham Road. That figure was slightly down from 2017, when there were 20,593 crossings, including a notable spike beginning in July of that year.Dominique McNeely, an agency spokesman, said the woman was charged under a section of the law that covers human trafficking of a group of 10 or more. A conviction under the section can result in a fine of up to $1 million or life imprisonment.McNeely said it is not the first time charges have been pursued against alleged human traffickers at the popular Quebec-New York border crossing. No further information was available on the case Wednesday. It returns to court Mar. 27.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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Michael Kors Holdings Announces FurFree Policy

first_imgMichael Kors Holdings Limited – a global fashion luxury group – will end its use of fur, with production phased out by the end of 2018.The policy will apply companywide, including for Michael Kors’ Jimmy Choo brand. With this announcement, Michael Kors and Jimmy Choo have joined the international Fur Free Retailer Program.Humane Society International applauds the effort, which is the latest in a series of announcements by major fashion brands to move away from using animal fur and substitute other products to create stylish and functional clothing.Designer Michael Kors said: “Due to technological advances in fabrications, we now have the ability to create a luxe aesthetic using non-animal fur. We will showcase these new techniques in our upcoming runway show in February.”Humane Society International’s President Kitty Block, said: “Killing animals for fur is cruel and outdated, and so it’s hugely exciting to see forward-looking fashion designers such as Michael Kors take fur out of their collections. It’s clear that consumer demand for ethical fashion includes a strong desire for an end to fur, and so we are delighted to welcome Michael Kors as a fur-free leader in luxury fashion alongside the likes of Gucci, Armani, Yoox Net-a-Porter, Stella McCartney, Ralph Lauren and Hugo Boss.”PJ Smith, senior manager of fashion policy for The Humane Society of the United States, who worked with the company on its fur-free policy, said: “Today’s consumers want fashionable, luxurious clothing and accessories that also align with their social values and Michael Kors’ fur-free move makes it a leader in that regard.”last_img read more

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VAT on imported fabric reduced to five percent

Minister of Finance and Mass Media Mangala Samaraweera, considering the requests made by stakeholders in the fabric industry, has reduced the Value Added Tax (VAT) on imported fabric to 5 percent. Minister Mangala Samaraweera signed the gazette notification in this regard today.Earlier the fabric was subject to Rs 100/kg CESS at the time of imports. The Budget- 2108 had proposed to impose a 15 % VAT on goods. The Value Added Tax Act No 14 of 2002 was amended accordingly and the new VAT scheme came into effect from August 16, 2018. The Enterprise Sri Lanka, the subsidized loan scheme by the ministry of finance and mass media has introduced an interest subsidized loan scheme for medium and small-scale manufacturing industrialists and they can obtain fabric, as raw material at a low cost. As fabric was also subject to this 15 percent VAT, the importers, traders and industrialists engaged in using fabric as raw material for making readymade garments had appealed to the Minister of Finance to provide them some relief as small scale  traders and industrialists who are not covered under VAT act have the adverse effect. The minister made this decision to amend the VAT act further to reduce the VAT on imported fabric to 5 percent considering the possibility of giving a helping hand to proposed small scale industrialists under the enterprise Sri Lanka scheme. read more

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More colour and security as Brock plays host for Pan Am Games

With flying colours: Colleen McGuire, a Brock alumna and site coordinator for the 2015 Pan Am Games, gets help raising the flag from Tom Arkell, Associate Vice President of University Services.The Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games flag was raised at Brock today (July 3) as the University prepares to host hundreds of athletes and officials from across the Americas.The teams, who will be here from July 5 through 17, will be competing in Pan Am rowing, canoe and kayak events being held at venues in Niagara.As a satellite village for Games athletes, the University will also be getting added security resources.  Members of the Brock community will see increased security presence around Residence Road (in front of Concordia Seminary) and on Ray Woodfield Drive (between the small traffic circle and Residence Road).Residences being used by Pan Am guests will have restricted access during the Pan Am stay, and police will also be staffing roadside checkpoints on campus. These checkpoints are intended to be visual only, though officers may occasionally speak with drivers, depending on the level of security required.We should also anticipate increased traffic flows on campus roads during peak periods, and the Brock community’s patience is appreciated as the University welcomes some of the world’s top athletes to Niagara.To read more about Brock’s role as a Pan Am site, see earlier coverage in The Brock News. read more

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Incoming freshman wide receiver Johnnie Dixon hoping to become a great receiver

Incoming-freshman wide receiver Johnnie Dixon talks to the media on National Signing Day Feb. 5 at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editorThe strongest college programs typically see their success from one season just flow right into another because of a powerful recruiting presence.The Ohio State football team can be considered one of these programs — year in and year out being among the top teams in the country. A steady flow of talent through Columbus has been a major contributor to this success.One of the most successful positions for OSU over the past few years has been the wide receiver spot.Since the turn of the millennium, the Buckeyes have seen 11 wide receivers taken in the NFL Draft, including four — Ted Ginn Jr. and Anthony Gonzalez in 2007, Santonio Holmes in 2006 and Michael Jenkins in 2004 — taken in the first round.Now with former receiver Corey “Philly” Brown hoping for a future in the NFL, the Buckeyes are left searching for their next elite pass-catcher.Juniors Devin Smith and Evan Spencer are easy choices to fill the void left by Brown next season because of their experience on the field for OSU, but that next star receiver could be someone who has yet to don the Scarlet and Gray.Incoming wide receiver Johnnie Dixon, a West Palm Beach, Fla., native was listed as a four star recruit by Rivals.com and ESPN before committing to OSU in December.“He chose Ohio State because it was the best university and this program, this offense, this head coach we have, myself … it was the best chance for him to develop into the maximized version of himself,” wide receivers coach Zach Smith said on National Signing Day Feb. 5.Dixon said the pedigree of OSU and coach Urban Meyer when it comes to the success of wide receivers drew him to Columbus.“I wanted to be a great receiver and under coach Meyer and coach Smith, I can make that happen and they can make that happen,” Dixon said on Signing Day. “(Meyer’s) had great players here and also at Florida at the receiver spot, so I knew that him coaching me would be a big impact.”Zach Smith was involved in Dixon’s recruitment and said part of bringing him to Columbus was a willingness to point out flaws.“I went down and watched Johnnie Dixon practice a couple times and told him, ‘That was awful,’” Zach Smith said. “We talked about it, but the kid at the end of the day went home and said ‘That guy’s going to make me better and he’s real.’”Dixon added that he hopes to play right away for OSU but understands the effort that requires.“I feel like if I work hard enough, I can hit the field and I can make an impact,” Dixon said.Even with the returning players at wide receiver, Zach Smith said there was no guarantee that any one player will receive playing time.“You don’t want to take away from what guys like Devin Smith and Evan Spencer have done for us this past year, but at the end of the day we got better — we were a better unit but we weren’t where we needed to be,” Zach Smith said. “There’s not a position in my room where that is locked down or anyone who really has an edge … I’m not confident there’s any delineation between wideouts. The way the younger guys develop by the end of the year, I think its going to be a dogfight.”Coming in, Dixon is slated to be one of the shorter receivers, only standing 5 feet 11 inches tall with nine of the 14 Buckeyes listed on the roster standing at 6 feet 1 inch or taller.Despite the advantages that taller receivers have, Zach Smith said it doesn’t matter how tall a player is as long as he is able to produce.“I like electric guys that are going to take the football and put it across the endline,” Zach Smith said. “That’s it, I want it in the end zone, I don’t care how big you are — it doesn’t matter, just get it in the endzone. It’s nice to have size but I like playmakers.”Dixon and the rest of the receivers are slated to have their first shot at the field Aug. 30 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore when OSU is scheduled to start its season against Navy.Even though the Buckeyes start the season in a warmer climate, late season games in the Midwest can often get quite cold.Dixon said he isn’t worried about the going from the warmth of Florida to Columbus though, and just wants to prove himself on the field.“The weather’s not really a big factor to me,” Dixon said. “Once you make it to the NFL, you play in all types of weather so the weather wasn’t a big deal for me. I just wanted to be a great player, a great receiver, it had to be here.” read more

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Are you inviting burglars into your home

first_imgYOU MIGHT THINK that your home is safe, but you could be inviting burglars in to make away with your valuables.A new survey by the AA shows that some people are still leaving spare keys in very obvious places – like in a garage or garden shed.HomesRecent arrests by gardaí included several burglars who had stolen car keys from unsuspecting motorists by using an extendable rod through the victim’s letter box.According to the Central Statistics office, there was a 9 per cent increase in burglaries and related offences between 2010 and 2012.The latest AA Home Insurance poll of over 9,200 people shows that people still leave their spare house key where burglars can find it: under the mat or plant pot, in the porch or the letter box or on the door frame.In fact, 542 of those polled said they left their spare key in a garage or garden shed.Conor Faughnan, Director of Policy in the AA said that it is “really quite dangerous leaving your house key where it can be found by the wrong person”.Many people polled admitted that they often had to leave out a key for their children who would be coming in late at night without one. Two of the people polled said they hid their key under the gravel of their driveway.“I have a colleague whose German Shepherd was drugged during a burglary. You never know who might see you dig out that key from the plant pot or retrieve it from the garage, only to remember where it is when everyone is out of the house” said Faughnan. “It would be far safer to leave a spare key with a trusted friend, relative or neighbour.”AdviceAA Home Insurance offers this advice for you to keep your home secure:Get into a routine when locking your doors and windows before leaving the house or heading to bedMake sure your house alarm is switched on. Many home insurance companies offer discounts to those with a house alarmMake sure your outer doors are sturdy; made of solid wood or metal, a minimum of an inch thick. Your door frames should be equally as strong and should fit the door correctlyFit a deadbolt lock to your home’s main exterior doors. It should be pick resistant; making it impossible for any would be burglars.When no one is home, it’s worth considering leaving a light or radio on.If you go on holiday remember to cancel your regular deliveries such as milk and newspapers and ask a neighbour or friend to collect any post.Read: Guilty burglar repays stolen money after 30 years… with interest>last_img read more

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Digital Storm ships the GeForce GTX Titan in worlds thinnest gaming PC

first_imgThis morning saw the official unveiling of Nvidia’s new performance single-GPU graphics card called the GeForce GTX Titan. And it hasn’t taken long for system builders to start including the card in new PCs. In the case of Digital Storm, the company claims to be shipping the Titan in what classes as the world’s thinnest gaming PC.The Digital Storm Bolt – Titan Edition ships in a case that’s just 9.1cm (3.6-inches) wide. Inside you’ll find the 6GB Titan graphics card alongside an Intel Core i7 3770K CPU running at 3.5GHz, 16GB of 1600MHz DDR RAM, a Crucial Neutron GTX 128GB SSD, 1TB 7200RPM HDD, and a copy of Windows 7 Home Premium.Those components are going to generate a significant amount of heat when gaming, but Digital Storm has designed the Bolt’s case to cope by using a unique ventilation system.Each heat-generating component is sat next to a vent in the casing, with the power supply even getting its own slotted vent down the side of the case. What this means is the majority of the hot air is being pumped directly out of the case rather than being left to heat up inside. You’ll just have to be sure to leave ample room for ventilation around the case.The video below gives you a better idea of the size and how the ventilation system works for the Bolt series in general:In terms of the performance on offer, Digital Storm compared the Bolt – Titan Edition to a similarly specced Bolt running a GTX 680 graphics card. Using the Unigine Heaven benchmark and a resolution of 5760 x 1080, the new machine demonstrated a 159 percent performance increase and posted a score of 719 compared to the 680 system’s 452.Owning the world’s thinnest gaming PC isn’t cheap. The Bolt – Titan Edition will set you back $2,499 and is available from today. You do have to consider the cost of the Titan card though, which on its own costs $1,000.last_img read more

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Schmidts Ireland focused on delivering big performance to end Six Nations on

first_img By Ryan Bailey 12,779 Views “If we start to give England easy access through penalties, knock ons and missed tackles, that’s when they’re going to come into the game but if we can go out and play close to the perfect game – and you’ll never get a perfect game, because regardless the result both teams will come in tomorrow and say ‘we can always improve’, but you’ve got to be close to that and the closer you get the more pressure it puts on the opposition.“Sometimes it’s through tactics like Italy pulled, other times it’s just playing the game really, really well. We’ll want to surprise them with a few things, but at the same time we’ll want to execute everything we control as well as we can.”Ireland:15. Jared Payne14. Keith Earls13. Garry Ringrose12. Robbie Henshaw11. Simon Zebo10. Jonathan Sexton9. Kieran Marmion1. Jack McGrath2. Rory Best (Capt)3. Tadhg Furlong4. Donnacha Ryan5. Iain Henderson6. CJ Stander7. Sean O’Brien8. Jamie HeaslipReplacements16. Niall Scannell17. Cian Healy18. John Ryan19. Devin Toner20. Peter O’Mahony21. Luke McGrath22. Paddy Jackson23. Andrew ConwayEngland:15. Mike Brown14. Anthony Watson13. Jonathan Joseph12. Owen Farrell11. Elliot Daly10. George Ford9. Ben Youngs1. Joe Marler2. Dylan Hartley (captain)3. Dan Cole4. Joe Launchbury5. Courtney Lawes6. Maro Itoje7. James Haskell8. Billy VunipolaReplacements:16. Jamie George17. Mako Vunipola18. Kyle Sinckler19. Tom Wood20. Nathan Hughes21. Danny Care22. Ben Te’o23. Jack NowellSubscribe to The42 Rugby Show podcast here: iTunes Share Tweet Email Image: Billy Stickland/INPHO https://the42.ie/3294178 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Saturday 18 Mar 2017, 12:00 PM WHAT PROMISED TO be a thrilling finale to the Six Nations has threatened to become an underwhelming anticlimax from an Irish perspective, but Joe Schmidt’s side are focused on ending the campaign on a high at the Aviva Stadium [KO 5pm, RTE 2] this evening.Captain Rory Best yesterday admitted it has been a tough week in the aftermath of the defeat in Cardiff last Friday and Ireland would have done an element of soul-searching in the build-up to their final outing.Irrespective of what is said by Schmidt and his players, this has been a disappointing campaign for Ireland and a third defeat of the championship later would potentially leave only Italy below them in the final standings.There may be nothing tangible on the line for the hosts, but there is certainly plenty at stake with pride, world ranking points and the small element of denying England a Grand Slam all serving as motivation.Above all, however, is a determination to produce a big performance at home after defeats to Scotland and Wales ended any hope of a Grand Slam decider.England arrive in Dublin bristling with confidence and as Six Nations champions for the second consecutive year. Eddie Jones’ men are bidding for a win that would see them set a new record of 19 consecutive Test victories by a top tier nation.Victory at Lansdowne Road would also mean they would become the first side in the Six Nations era to complete back-to-back Grand Slams.“I think big games always require a massive physical effort obviously but it requires real, real mental strength because it’s going to come down to fine margins,” Best said. Source: Tommy Dickson/INPHO“A lot of it is the team which makes the fewest mistakes will win. The team that have the mental fortitude and courage to go out and take those opportunities when they are there will also win so from that side of things it does take a massive one.“To say they’re playing for a Grand Slam, but we’ve got a home record we want to keep intact. We’re back in front of our home fans. There has been a lot made about this game so there is pressure on from that side for us. Look, ultimately we want to finish with a massive result. I don’t think that their want is any more than ours.”There’s also the extra dimension which comes in a Lions year as players from both sides battle for places in Warren Gatland’s squad for the tour of New Zealand this summer.Conor Murray is a near certainty to be included but Ireland will be without the influential scrum-half today as he misses out through injury, in one of three changes Schmidt has made to his XV from Cardiff.Connacht’s Kieran Marmion deputises at nine and while Murray’s absence has only heightened the size of the task facing Ireland, Best has backed his replacement to step in and fill the void.“It is a massive day for him,” the captain admitted. “You just have to look at the way he’s performing, not just last season, but this season for Connacht. It is something he deserves.“He is very unlucky he is behind a real world-class nine. It is his day. We always talk that you get your opportunity along the line through someone else’s misfortune.“His opportunity has come now. For Kieran in his first start in the Six Nations, it is important we give him a big armchair ride because it will make the job easier. Mar 18th 2017, 12:00 PM Ireland ‘owe’ themselves a big performance, says Rory Best. Image: Billy Stickland/INPHO Short URL Ireland ‘owe’ themselves a big performance, says Rory Best. 18 Comments Schmidt’s Ireland focused on delivering big performance to end Six Nations on a high It’s not the Grand Slam finale we all wanted, but there is still plenty on the line for Ireland as they host England at the Aviva Stadium later. Android Source: Tommy Dickson/INPHO“Having said that, we’ve seen him play for Connacht off anything. We have a lot of confidence in his ability. He’s performing well in training this week. He performed well last week.“We have no doubt he will perform well.”Victory for the hosts could see them finish second in the championship and, at the same time, would preserve a place in the top four of the world rankings ahead of the pool draw for the 2019 World Cup in May.“For us, we just have to keep to our tactics, and make sure we’re very very good,” Best added. Ireland come up short but reasons to be positive for home Women’s World CupBrilliant Larmour among the standouts for Ireland U20s in England defeatlast_img read more

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Iliakis gets four year jail sentence

first_imgGreek Australian primary school teacher George Iliakis, 36, was sentenced to four years in jail on Thursday. Police had found more than 16,000 pornographic images and videos of young boys in his possesion. Mr Iliakis, who taught Grade six at Brighton Grammar, one of Melbourne’s leading private schools, was charged with accessing child pornography and using the internet to transmit child pornography and procure children for sexual activity.Evidence submitted in court revealed that Iliakis joined an Internet chat site in 2003. It was alleged that he shared pornographic images and video in this site with other users. One of these videos was made by Iliakis using two boys aged 13 that he had met through his involvement in a theatre group and at a life-saving club. He convinced them that they were taking part in a movie depicting troubled and abused teens however he was actually trying to play out his own fantasies. Apparently he would handcuff and gag these boys as part of the movie “scenario”. According to media reports the judge stressed the fact that despite the lack of sexual contact between Iliakis and his victims his offences were “very serious indeed.” During the trial a psychologist testified that although Mr Iliakis exhibited “close to zero empathy” with his victims and had “minimal” insight into his behaviour it was “unlikely” that he would re-offend because he showed great motivation to undergo therapy. Mr Iliakis will serve a non-parole period of two years and he will also be registered for life as a serious sex offender. He had pleaded guilty to five offences. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Jayne Privatizing public transport goes against common good

first_imgGreg Jayne, Opinion page editor It is an age-old issue, dating back to when Kusk the Greater complained that taxes were too high for using water from the Tigris River.Well, that’s just a hunch; we aren’t exactly experts on Mesopotamia. But we’re pretty sure the history of civilization can be boiled down to one question: How much are we willing to personally sacrifice for the common good?It is this question that defines many of our political debates. For example, is it worth it for the United States to spend $700 billion a year on the military? Of course not. That is an asinine amount, more than the next 10 countries combined. But what about roads and schools and police departments and parks, the kind of things that are supported by tax dollars and define the difference between civilization and philistinism? That is a good question, yet it is one for another time.Because today we come to talk about public transit, a subject that inevitably touches upon the question regarding common good and its corollary of whether or not government should be run like a business. Businesses, you see, go out of, um, business if they spend more money than they bring in, which means that public transit would have gone the way of the horse-and-buggy about the time horses and buggies went away.Such is the case for C-Tran, the bus service that runs through most of Clark County and makes excursions over to Portland. C-Tran, according to its 2016 financial statement, has a Farebox Recovery Ratio of 20.6 percent, which is a fancy way of saying about 80 percent of its operations are subsidized by taxpayers. In 2016, the agency saw 5.6 million boardings, a noticeable drop from 6.6 million as recently as 2012.last_img read more

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Amazon now lets you stop human review of your Alexa recordings

first_imgChris Monroe/CNET Amazon said Friday that it will now let customers disable human review of their Alexa recordings, following similar steps by Apple for Siri and Google for its Assistant.The change follows a series of news stories highlighting how all three of these companies use people to listen to some customer recordings to improve their software. The practice raised privacy concerns from consumers about how their voices and data were being used, and pointed out sometimes uncomfortable situations in which children’s voices or private conversations could be heard in the recordings.All three of these companies decided to make these changes within the past day, signifying a sudden shift in policy as they work to improve privacy for their voice assistants and respond to a consumer backlash. The move follows Amazon’s decision in May to add new privacy features to Alexa, including the ability to delete the day’s voice recordings by simply asking Alexa, instead of visiting Amazon’s site. These changes were likely done to ensure smart speakers and voice assistants could continue proliferating in the tech world and help shore up consumer trust, which was shaken by the series of revelations.Amazon’s new policy took effect Friday, according to Bloomberg, which first reported this change. Apple said it will suspend its human reviews of Siri recordings worldwide while it conducts a review. Google, too, said it will pause its global human reviews process, after a Google contractor leaked voice recordings to a Belgium-based news organization. “We take customer privacy seriously and continuously review our practices and procedures,” an Amazon spokesperson said in an emailed statement Friday. “We’ll also be updating information we provide to customers to make our practices more clear.”screen-shot-2019-08-02-at-8-13-21-pmAmazon updated its privacy settings to include this new language Friday. Amazon Since stories came out this year about human reviews of Alexa recordings, Amazon has repeatedly said that only a small fraction of these recordings are reviewed by people.To turn off human review of your Alexa recordings, go to the Alexa Privacy settings on Amazon or in the Alexa app. Then go to “Manage How Your Data Improves Alexa” and toggle off the tab saying “Help Improve Amazon Services and Develop New Features.”On that page, Amazon mentions that “only an extremely small fraction of voice recordings are manually reviewed” and the information is used to improve Alexa services and develop new features. The company warns that turning off this setting may degrade Alexa’s voice recognition and new features. Apple reading • Amazon now lets you stop human review of your Alexa recordings Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? Share your voice • See All Post a comment Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it Smart Home Aug 31 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors Tags Aug 31 • Verizon vs AT&T vs T-Mobile vs Sprint: Choose the best 5G carrier 0 Alexa Amazon Voice recognition Google Applelast_img read more

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Firefox 69 support page lists path to Firefox binary

first_imgFirefox 69: support page lists path to Firefox binary by Martin Brinkmann on June 10, 2019 in Firefox – 19 commentsMozilla added the path of the Firefox binary to the web browser’s support page in Firefox 69 to make it easier for Firefox users to find out from where Firefox was started.Firefox’s about:support page offers a wealth of information: from links to the profile folder and update folder over information on the multiprocess status and browser version, to modified preferences, installed extensions and Mozilla installed extensions, and WebRender information.All Firefox users need to do is load about:support in the browser’s address bar to access it. A click on the Firefox menu and the selection of Help > Troubleshooting Information opens it as well.Firefox versions before 69 list the update folder and profile folder path but not the application directory and binary that was launched. While that is not a problem on a system with a single Firefox installation, it could be difficult to tell which Firefox version was started if multiple versions are installed on systems or used as portable versions.Users who just install a single copy of Firefox on a system may benefit from the new information as well as it highlights the directory of the Firefox installation.A new bug was added to Mozilla@Bugzilla in May 2019 that confirms the train of thought:It can be challenging to find out where Firefox is installed from a user since there seems no way in the UI to get it and when a user has multiple installs they might not know which one was started by the OS.From Firefox 69 on, all you have to do is load about:support in the Firefox address bar and check the Application Binary value under Application Basics near the top of the webpage.Windows users find the path to the firefox.exe  excutable file there, e.g. C:\Program Files\Firefox Nightly\firefox.exe.Mozilla aims for a Firefox 69 Stable release; it seems unlikely that the change will be postponed as it is a simple change that adds information to the troubleshooting page only.Now You: do you use Firefox’s about:support page? Anything you’d like to see on it that you think is missing from it? SummaryArticle NameFirefox 69: support page lists path to Firefox binary DescriptionMozilla added the path of the Firefox binary to the web browser’s support page in Firefox 69 to make it easier for Firefox users to find out from where Firefox was started.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_img Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more The agreement with the Buffalo Bills builds on plans between Carestream and Johns Hopkins University for research and development of new 3-D imaging systems, including a cone beam computed tomography (CT) system developed for musculoskeletal radiology and orthopaedic imaging of extremities, with applications ranging from traumatic injury to arthritis and osteoporosis. Carestream and Johns Hopkins plan to expand their collaboration to include new systems for imaging of tramatic brain injuries to support Carestream’s product development activities that could help improve the diagnosis and treatment of head injuries. Carestream has installed a new digital radiography Carestream DRX-Ascend System and a Directview CR (computed radiography) System at Ralph Wilson Stadium to enable the Buffalo Bills staff to use the company’s latest medical imaging technology. Instant access to X-ray images helps medical staff and athletic trainers determine whether a player can return to a game or a practice session, or if further treatment is necessary. In use at hospitals around the world, these systems provide high-quality images while reducing radiation exposure, and enable medical professionals to quickly review images, which can lead to faster treatment decisions.Carestream also will make its Carestream DRX-Revolution Mobile X-ray System available for use by the Buffalo Bills staff during their regular season game played in Toronto. The DRX-Revolution combines high image quality with the ability to capture medical images of players while in the training room or on the sidelines. Because of its advanced functionality, the DRX-Revolution is often referred to as an “X-ray room on wheels.”For more information: www.carestream.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Related Content News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Walkaround AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:25Loaded: 11.42%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:25 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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August 21, 2013 — Carestream Health and the Buffalo Bills have entered into an agreement that will aid Carestream’s development of advanced medical imaging technology designed to help with earlier detection and monitoring of brain injuries.This partnership focuses on the need for new technology to help address key concerns in sports medicine, particularly those related to head injuries including:Early diagnosis and accurate assessment of injured areasDevelopment of medical standards that indicate if an athlete can return to play; andResearch that can assist in early diagnosis of long-term degenerative medical conditions in the head and brain. News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more News | Colonoscopy Systems | August 06, 2019 Rise in Early Onset Colorectal Cancer Not Aligned With Screening Trends A new study finds that trends in colonoscopy rates did not fully align with the increase in colorectal cancer (CRC) in… read more News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. 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first_img<< Previous PostNext Post >> Share Tuesday, June 13, 2017 TORONTO — The low introductory airfares on TAP Portugal’s new Lisbon flights out of Toronto will be back in late fall, just in time for Canadian snowbirds looking for wallet-friendly pricing to sunny Portugal and its beaches.“Agents will see some low fares coming back for the winter – it will be $700s through November and then the $500s will come back,” said Carlos Paneiro, VP Sales North & Central America for the airline. Lisbon is about a two-hour drive from the Algarve.TAP’s Toronto service took to the skies on June 10, flying nonstop to Lisbon five days per week.  Flights depart Toronto Pearson at 11:55 p.m., arriving in Lisbon at 12:15 p.m. the following day.  The return flight departs Lisbon at 6:45 p.m. and arrives in Toronto at 10 p.m. TAP is using A330s for the route, and the planes have been retrofitted with upgrades. There are 244 economy class seats (with a minimum 31” pitch) and 25 lie-flat business class seats.TAP “is going through a revolution,” says David Neeleman. As one of the co-founders of WestJet and founder and former CEO of JetBlue, and now co-owner of TAP Portugal, Neeleman knows how to build airlines. “We’re bringing in an all-new fleet. We’re renovating all the interiors [of existing aircraft]. And  now with our connections we’re a viable option to get all over Europe.”David Neeleman, Co-Owner, TAP Portugal and Carlos Paneiro, VP Sales North & Central America, TAP PortugalTAP Portugal at Toronto’s Pearson AirportIt’s been years since TAP flew out of Toronto and the carrier had Montreal flights at one time too. Through the 1970s, 80s and 90s TAP did good business out of Toronto and Montreal to Lisbon on 707s and 747s, at that time serving a sizeable VFR market without much onward traffic.More news:  Le Boat has EBBs along with its new 2020 brochureFast forward to 2017 and TAP’s network has grown considerably. Paneiro says he anticipates that about 60 to 70% of passengers onboard the Toronto flights will be outbound Canadian passengers, and of those about 50% will take advantage of TAP’s network to fly beyond Lisbon to Europe (where TAP has 52 gateways) and Africa (15).TAP also has a strong presence in Brazil, with 10 gateways. “TAP has 32% of all traffic going from Brazil to Europe,” says Neeleman, adding he can see a day in the not-so-distant future when TAP “could end up serving more cities out of North America than Brazil.”Toronto is TAP’s fifth North American gateway and its first this time around in Canada (Neeleman says a return to the Montreal market “is certainly an option for us”). TAP’s four U.S. gateways are New York JFK, Newark, Boston and Miami. The number of passengers flying from the USA in the last year has doubled for the popular European carrier.  TAP currently flies approximately 12 million passengers a year.The carrier’s A330 aircraft now feature full-flat beds in Business class, more comfortable Slimline seats in Economy, and some of the world’s most advanced inflight entertainment systems.More news:  ‘Turn around year’ for TPI brings double-digit growthThis autumn, the airline will announce a revolutionized wine list, with a new selection model that will give Portuguese producers the opportunity to promote their products internationally.TAP has also developed a new ‘Taste the Stars’ program, a team of seven Portuguese chefs – all have won Michelin Stars – who are adding new Portuguese flavours to re-make the airline’s onboard cuisine, starting in September, in both Business and Economy cabins.Further, the Michelin chefs’ restaurants will also now be part of TAP’s popular ‘Portugal Stopover’ program, where travellers can enjoy up to three nights in Lisbon and/or Porto en route to Europe or Africa for no extra airfare.Out of JFK and Boston, where ‘Portugal Stopover’ has proven enormously successful, more than 50% of passengers are taking advantage of the stopover program. Portugal Stopover features more than 150 partners offering exclusive prices for Stopover customers for hotels, a free bottle of Portuguese wine in restaurants and free experiences, such as tuk-tuk rides, visits to museums, dolphin watching in the River Sado and food tastings, among others.Travel agents are a big part of the equation for TAP, says Neeleman. “Travel agents have evolved to be more about service. For them to be on top of this, that’s huge for us. We’ll be getting some of them over there too. I think travel agents just bring the options, more options, to consumers.” Travelweek Group center_img Posted by Tags: New Routes, TAP Portugal TAP Portugal ‘going through a revolution’; YYZ flights now, YUL to come?last_img read more

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This year, they don’t miss out on Cooks, as they get more weapons for Geno Smith or Mike Vick.19. Miami Dolphins – Ryan Shazier, LB, Ohio StateThe rumor is that Shazier will not get past the Dolphins, who need help and youth at the linebacker position. 3. Jacksonville Jaguars – Khalil Mack, Edge Rusher, BuffaloI want to mock Teddy Bridgewater or Johnny Manziel here, but just can’t do it. Jaguars grab their fit in the Bradley defense.4. Cleveland Browns – Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&MThe Browns get a weapon for Brian Hoyer. Evans gives the Browns a dynamic weapon to pair along with Josh Gordon, Jordan Cameron and Ben Tate.5. Oakland Raiders- Sammy Watkins, WR, ClemsonAl Davis may be gone, but his spirit lives on and the Raiders take the best wide receiver in the draft. 6. Atlanta Falcons – Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M (Possible Trade Spot)The Falcons need to find a way to protect Matt Ryan or rush the opposing quarterback (up to two for Mack), so it comes down to the “sure thing” in Matthews or the superior specimen in Anthony Barr.7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh(Possible Trade Spot) This spot will coveted, as teams try to secure the services of Donald, but the Bucs and Lovie Smith get their “Warren Sapp”.8. Minnesota Vikings – Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia TechMike Zimmer wanted a shot at Donald and offensive coordinator Norv Turner wouldn’t mind Bortles or Carr, but getting secondary help is a must, and Fuller has been the hot name being bandied about. Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The dynamic Ward goes to a very talented team, who may be just missing that one player to get them over the hump.25. San Diego Chargers – Xavier Su’a-Filo, OG, UCLAThe Chargers need help along the line to keep the offense afloat and Philip Rivers upright. Su’a-Filo is the best guard prospect in the draft and he’ll be an ideal fit in San Diego.26. Cleveland Browns – Teddy Bridgewater, QB, LouisvilleThe Browns take a similar chance in 2014 that they took in 2012, this time going wide receiver early and quarterback late in round one.27. New Orleans Saints – Marcus Martin, C, USCThe Saints lost their starting center, the linchpin to their offensive line and a very important battery mate to Drew Brees, and somehow they upgrade with Martin.28. Carolina Panthers – Morgan Moses, OT, VirginiaThe Panthers need a left tackle badly, so they take the top player left on the board in Moses.29. New England Patriots – Ra’Shede Hageman, DT, MinnesotaThe Patriots get maybe a top-five athlete in the draft, but off-the-field concerns may cause Hageman to drop. The Patriots gladly accept the gift.30. San Francisco 49ers – Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 20. Arizona Cardinals – Blake Bortles, QB, Central FloridaLet the fan base be divided. The Cardinals sit at 20 with the intention of picking up the best defensive player on the board, but have fate them with the ultimate dilemma.With Bortles available at 20, Steve Keim and Bruce Arians will have to decide if the answer is “YES” to the future or “YES” to the here and now. 21. Green Bay Packers – C.J. Mosley, LB, AlabamaMaybe it is unlikely that the Alabama product falls all the way to 21, but the Packers take advantage and pull the trigger on a key part to what they hope is an improved defense.22. Philadelphia Eagles – Marqise Lee, WR, USCChip Kelly has a familiarity with the Pac-12 product and the Eagles need to find a way to get DeSean Jackson’s production back. Lee has the ability after the catch and can play all of the positions in the Eagles attack.23. 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