Canada Post racking up close to 1 million a year in parking

first_imgTORONTO — Canada Post is racking up close to $1 million annually in parking tickets as drivers struggle to navigate increasingly congested city streets, data show.The information, obtained by The Canadian Press through freedom of information requests, indicates the bulk of the citations are in and around Toronto.“To meet the needs of Canadians, our employees have to routinely park their vehicles,” said Canada Post spokesman Jon Hamilton. “With the concentration of addresses in urban downtown cores and a rising demand for pickups and deliveries, this can cause challenges, not just for Canada Post but for all delivery companies.”Data show the Crown corporation has paid out almost $7.5 million in parking fines over the past decade. The worst year was in 2016 with $943,293 paid, slightly more than last year’s $914,831, and almost quadruple the $289,908 recorded in 2009.Under the federal Canada Post Act, the corporation has, with some exceptions, the “sole and exclusive privilege of collecting, transmitting and delivering letters to the addressee thereof within Canada.” The corporation has a fleet of almost 13,000 vehicles that delivered close to eight billion pieces of mail last year.Eric Holmes, a spokesman for the City of Toronto, said mailbox placements are approved with the “general preference” they not be placed along high-volume streets.“Illegally parking, stopping, or standing a vehicle is dangerous for pedestrians, cyclists and other motorists and creates congestion,” Holmes said. “Enforcement of parking violations is one way the City of Toronto helps deter this behaviour.”Hamilton said the corporation was an “active participant” in partnerships with Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver that aim to ease congestion, especially in downtown cores and along major access routes.“We also review our operations to make changes, such as adjusting pickup and delivery times, where possible,” Hamilton said. “It’s a bigger discussion than simply designating more delivery zones.”Overall, the fines are barely a rounding error for Canada Post, which lost $270 million last year on revenue of $6.6 billion dollars — three-quarters of the corporation’s total revenues. The company initially refused a June 2016 request for the ticket data, citing “commercial sensitivity.”It relented in June after belated intervention from the information commissioner and released the total value of tickets by region paid from 2009 until mid-2016. Asked for updated figures, the country’s largest retail network insisted on receiving a new formal access-to-information request before providing them.All regions of Canada show ticketing of branded Canada Post vehicles, but most citations are in major urban centres, where thousands of mail addresses can be concentrated in a few blocks. Despite the daunting logistics of pickup and delivery, a Toronto traffic police spokesman was blunt:“This is an easy one,” Sgt. Brett Moore said. “There is no preferential treatment for Canada Post.”In general, Canada Post’s drivers are on the hook for traffic violations. However, company policy makes allowance for parking tickets — with an excuse — except in designated accessibility spots.Emilie Tobin, with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, said the idea of parking exemptions for Canada Post vehicles is a complex topic given that the company is federally regulated but drivers have to follow varying provincial and municipal bylaws.“In some areas, it is difficult to find a legal parking space, so our members do have to park illegally and some do incur parking tickets,” Tobin said. “It’s not an ideal system and postal workers would prefer that routes could be structured in a way that allowed for legal parking 100 per cent of the time.”The Canadian Press first published this story on Sept. 29, 2019.Colin Perkel, The Canadian Presslast_img read more


Police dressed as ATM thieves to make criminal April Fool

first_imgNEW DELHI: In a filmy style scene, Delhi police team dressed in Lungi and Kurta disguised themselves as ATM thieves to lure a man into the conversation who has created menace in Dwarka with ATM machine thefts.The police zeroed in on a criminal after analysing CCTV footage of the ATM thefts in the area. After studying a typical pattern of dressing by the criminal, the police team decided to dress in exactly the same manner to dodge the criminal. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder”At about 9 pm, the criminal came to Uttamnagar area and saw few other familiar looking men. He tried to establish communication with those men, actually the police team members, assuming them that they are from some new gang from Mewat area. He disclosed his name and address in Mewat to the team,” said DCP Dwarka, Anto Alphonse. On confirming his identity, the team surprised him with ‘April Fool Banaya slogan’. The accused is a permanent resident of Karanda, Mewat and is residing in Loni, Ghaziabad. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsThe accused committed several crimes and several cases have been registered against him but maybe in different names as he used to tell his new name every time he was arrested. After he was lodged in several jails, he polished his criminal abilities with an introduction to criminals from various states, hence he became a member of an interstate gang. In 2012, he along with his associates tried to steal an ATM in Mourya Enclave, Delhi area but guard fired upon them which caused the death of one of his associates. He was later arrested and charged also. He stopped attending court in 2017 and the court declared him an absconder. He used to shortlist any ATM after a recce and then prepared plans with associates to steal uproot the ATM.last_img read more


Economic and Social Council wraps up historic monthlong session

25 July 2008The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) today wrapped up its annual substantive session, which this year focused on efforts to achieve sustainable development and saw the holding of the first ever Development Cooperation Forum. “It was truly a historic session, as it implemented the new functions of the Council in their entirety,” the Council’s President, Leo Mérorès of Haiti, said at the conclusion of the session. It was during this session that the first biennial Development Cooperation Forum (DCF) – bringing together representatives from governments, the private sector, inter-governmental organizations (NGOs) and academia – convened to discuss technical aspects of development cooperation issues. The Forum was established in 2005 to help make development activities within and outside the UN more coherent and streamlined, particularly as more and more groups and entities become involved in the delivery of aid. “The Forum indeed constitutes one of the central pillars of the new, revitalized Economic and Social Council,” he said, adding that significant strides were made in positioning the Council as the principal forum for global dialogue and policy review on the effectiveness and coherence of international development cooperation. Another vital part of the session was the holding of the second Annual Ministerial Review, which featured presentations from four developing and four developed countries on lessons learned in development assistance. Mr. Mérorès noted that the developing countries had agreed on one common theme – that poverty eradication could only be achieved by pursuing development which is economically, socially and ecologically sustainable. At the same time, the developed countries acknowledged the gaps in their development cooperation strategies while highlighting successes with their development partners, he added. During its session, the Council also addressed a number of emerging challenges such as climate change, rising food and oil prices and biodiversity loss. The Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs underscored the crux of the Council’s messages on these issues, stressing first and foremost that there are no piecemeal solutions and that these challenges should be addressed in a comprehensive manner. “There is also a clear need for both short-term and long-term measures,” Sha Zukang told the concluding session, particularly in the case of the food and fuel crises. He also emphasized collective action as central to the success of global efforts to find lasting and durable solutions to these challenges. “ECOSOC can serve as an effective forum for launching such action,” he pointed out. “We need to fully utilize the potential of the Council.” Among the other outcomes of the session, the two officials cited the message from this year’s humanitarian segment that further strengthening of the provision of humanitarian assistance is needed so that it becomes more timely, accountable, equitable and accessible. The Council also advanced its work in the area of peacebuilding and post-conflict development, most notably by again extending the mandate of the ECOSOC Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti, in recognition of the role that the Council can play in supporting the country’s long-term development. ECOSOC, which serves as the central UN forum for discussing international economic and social issues and formulating policy recommendations, began its 2008 substantive session on 30 June. read more


UK MP meets Deputy Speaker

British Member of Parliament Simon Danczuk met Deputy Speaker Chandima Weerakkody today and raised concerns over the failure by the government to put to trial the suspects in the murder of British national Khuram Shaikh.The British Labour MP, who is on a two day visit to Sri Lanka, also met MP Thilanga Sumathipala as well as members of the opposition including UNP MP Dayasiri Jayasekera. Simon Danczuk told the Colombo Gazette that during his meetings today he had pushed for justice over the Tangalle murder of the British national in 2011. Eight men, who are said to have been armed and drunk – and to include a prominent local politician with ties to the government – are accused of attacking him. Stabbed and shot, Khuram died while a female colleague who was with him was assaulted and left badly injured.Simon Danczuk said that despite assurances from the government that those responsible for Khuram’s murder would be severely dealt with, so far the suspects have not been charged in court.The Foreign Office, which has been keeping the Shaikhs informed of developments on the island, is also urging action. It said in a statement last year that “The UK cannot interfere in Sri Lanka’s legal system, but we hope that a trial occurs without any undue delay to bring the perpetrators of this terrible crime to justice.” (Colombo Gazette) He was accompanied by Khuram’s brother, Nasir Shaikh, who has been campaigning for Khuram’s killers to be brought to justice.Khuram, who had just spent months fitting prosthetic limbs in Gaza, was spending Christmas and the new year in Sri Lanka when, early on Christmas morning in 2011, when he became involved in an altercation at his hotel in Tangalle. The British MP said he will brief British officials on his return to London regarding the outcome of his visit to Sri Lanka. Report by Easwaran Rutnam read more


Annans legacy as SecretaryGeneral hailed by UN Assembly as successor is sworn

Standing and applauding, the 192-member United Nations General Assembly today paid a thunderous and prolonged tribute to Secretary-General Kofi Annan at the end of his 10-year tenure before swearing in his successor Ban Ki-moon, who takes over as the world’s top diplomat on 1 January. Both Mr. Annan and Mr. Ban stressed the indissoluble links uniting security, development and human rights as the three pillars of the UN, without any one of which world peace will not be achieved.Earlier, by acclamation the Assembly adopted a resolution of tribute for Mr. Annan who, in the words of Assembly President Sheikha Haya Rashed al-Khalifa, has devoted his life to the world body.“His career has been unique,” she said. “He has risen through the ranks of the United Nations and devoted his life’s service to the Organization. So, today we are not only bidding farewell to the current Secretary-General, but also to one of the longest-serving officials of the United Nations.” She stressed that Mr. Annan has stood at the helm as the UN has become a more effective global actor and demands for its services have grown over the past 10 years.“We are grateful to Kofi Annan for having set out a far-reaching reform framework to make the Organization more relevant to the people of the world: a United Nations that lives to serve humanity and the principles of multilateralism,” Sheikha Haya declared.“Kofi Annan will leave a lasting legacy. He has guided the United Nations into the 21st century with vision and leadership. As a result the multilateral system is stronger,” she added.Her words were echoed by the representatives of the various regional groups, who praised Mr. Annan’s role in facing the many challenges confronting the world at large and the UN itself by promoting peace, humanitarian aid, human rights, development for the poor, and wide-ranging reform for the Organization as epitomized by his 2005 report, In Larger Freedom.In response Mr. Annan noted that despite many difficulties and some setbacks in the past decade “we have achieved much that I am proud of,” citing UN reforms in particular.The Organization “became more transparent, accountable and responsive,” he said. “It began to better address the needs of individuals worldwide. It faced emerging threats, as well as familiar ones, head-on.“And it internalized the notion that development, security and human rights must go hand in hand; that there can be no security without development and no development without security, and neither can be sustained in the longer term without being rooted in the rule of law and respect for human rights,” he added.“I depart convinced that today’s UN does more than ever before, and does it better than ever before. Yet our work is far from complete – indeed, it never will be.” The Assembly rose in prolonged applause at the end of Mr. Annan’s speech. read more


How a trivial argument on a Surrey train turned to murder in

A father of one, who was taking his teenage son on a day trip to London, was brutally stabbed to death within three minutes of getting into a minor dispute with a fellow rail passenger, it emerged on Sunday. Lee Pomeroy, a 51-year-old IT consultant from Surrey, exchanged words with another man as they boarded the 1.01pm South Western Trains service from Guildford London Road station bound for Waterloo. But almost immediately the argument escalated into extreme violence and by the time the train reached the next stop of Clandon, just four minutes later, Mr Pomeroy lay dying from a stab wound to the neck. British Transport Police (BTP) confirmed that the victim and his attacker were not known to…


Flood hit communities plead for food medicines as waters recede

Residents of the flood hit Potaro Siparuni, Region Eight are calling on the authorities and kind-hearted Guyanese to reach out and assist them with some basic food and medical supplies. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related This resident is trying to prevent his clothes from being destroyed by the flash flooding in Region 8Speaking with INews today (May 19, 2017) Michael Mc Garrell of the Amerindian Peoples Association (APA) reported that the water has begun receding which has since given rise to fear of water-related diseases affecting persons.The APA, he said, has already dispatched, today, a planeload of basic food, medical and other cleaning supplies.He said too the APA has already dispatched staff on the ground in the affected areas to better coordinate a response.Asked about assistance provided by the Civil Defence Commission (CDC), Mc Garrell told this publication he is only aware of a flyover which was conducted.He questioned why the CDC team did not land since the airstrips are dry and further the teams doing the flyover were at extremely high altitudes.Mc Garrell told INews: “we are not aware of any efforts by the CDC to take in supplies into the affected communities”.The Potaro River began over-topping yesterday after three days of continuous rainfall in the hinterland region.Several houses were quickly inundated with reports of one such building being completely washed away by the flash floods.The communities most affected include Kaibarupai, Sand Hill, Chenapau and Waipa.Kaibarupai according to press reports, is the hardest hit, with landslides leading to over-topping of the Ireng River too. read more


Smartphones Samsung numéro un en France

first_imgSmartphones : Samsung numéro un en FranceFrance – Samsung est redevenu le numéro un du mobile sur le marché français. Fort de son succès, le constructeur sud-coréen compte vendre 11 millions de téléphones d’ici la fin de l’année 2010 et devenir rapidement leader sur un marché en pleine expansion : celui des tablettes internet. Le ciel s’éclaircit pour Samsung Electronics. Le fabricant de produits high tech a assuré avoir fourni 41,6% du marché français du mobile (mobiles traditionnels et smartphones confondus). En valeur, le Sud-Coréen représenterait 29,5% de ce même marché, devançant ainsi son concurrent Apple.À lire aussiLes applications pour entraîner son cerveau sont-elles vraiment efficaces ?Les ventes des modèles Wave et Galaxy S expliqueraient en partie le regain de forme du constructeur. Sur son magasin Samsung Apps, 11.000 applications dont la plupart sont françaises. Bien que ce chiffre paraisse faible, l’entreprise affirme que les internautes procèdent à 300.000 téléchargements par semaine pour une quinzaine de nouveaux programmes par jour.Le lancement prochain de la Galaxy Tab, déjà considérée par beaucoup comme la plus sérieuse rivale de l’iPad d’Apple, pourrait encore asseoir la domination de Samsung sur le marché de l’électronique français. Le 10 septembre 2010 à 12:22 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more


Padres announce plans to extend protective netting at Petco Park

first_img March 12, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: KUSI Sports, padres, Petco Park, San Diego Padres FacebookTwitter Posted: March 12, 2018 KUSI Newsroom SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The Padres Monday announced details of the team’s effort to cover more of Petco Park with protective netting aimed at making the ballpark safer for spectators.The netting will be installed to the end of Section 116 in left field and Section 115 in right field and have a maximum height of 24 feet before tapering down along the foul lines.The expanded netting plan was initially announced in September. All 30 Major League Baseball teams in February agreed to expand their netting to at least the far ends of both dugouts by the start of this season. The Padres’ plan exceeds those parameters, according to the team.“The security and well-being of our fans is our number one priority at Petco Park,” a Padres statement said. “We feel the new netting design drastically improves the safety of our patrons, while the state-of-the-art materials will have a minimal effect on the fan experience as it pertains to the view of the field and sight lines of our ballpark.”The netting is lightweight and dyed green in order to meet MLB guidelines to reduce visible impact of the barrier. KUSI Newsroom, Padres announce plans to extend protective netting at Petco Parklast_img read more


Habitats first family still grateful

first_imgThere’s no telling what life might have been like for the Johnson family, if not for their Habitat for Humanity home.“This house means everything to us,” said Cindy Johnson, 49. “If it wasn’t for Habitat, there would be no place affordable enough.”Three children were raised here. Numerous relatives and friends in trouble stayed here when they had nowhere else to go.“I don’t think I’d be alive” without the sky-blue, three-bedroom place at the end of Northeast 98th Avenue, said Michael Johnson, 50. He’s endured multiple layoffs for years, and fought drug addiction on and off, too. He’s been clean for four years now, he said, but he’s unemployed and his body is worn down from hard labor. He’s also going blind in both eyes due to glaucoma.High school sweethearts, Michael and Cindy married and started building a family in a poorly ventilated, leaking mobile home in a Battle Ground trailer park when they heard about a new kind of charity homebuilder in the area. They became Clark County’s first Evergreen Habitat for Humanity homeowners.“It’s been a blessing,” Michael said. “I never thought I could own my own home like this.”Decades later, Evergreen Habitat for Humanity just held a 20th anniversary “Toolbox Bash” in Ridgefield to celebrate its modest but solid track record of building 21 new homes and housing 88 individuals, including 56 children, in Clark County. It broke ground Sunday on the seventh and final home at Patten Park, a Habitat development near Five Corners. This year it’s expecting to complete three new homes, according to Executive Director Josh Townsley, and make offers on several more Vancouver properties; it also watched with pride as two of its original homes were resold by owners moving onward and upward into better situations.last_img read more


Indulging in art

first_imgDrawing may be called the crystallization of an idea. To many artists, drawing is that integral part of the artistic process wherein many a nebulous thought is actualized with lines, textures, shape and form. Drawing sensibilities pervade all visual media yet drawing can be independent of all other media. To discuss the idea, India International centre is going to host ‘Drawing about Drawing’, an exhibition by Rohini Sen.‘Drawing about Drawing’ as the title suggests, is a tribute to the process of drawing and its partnership with the artist.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’She says that drawings are an attempt to represent what drawing might mean to the artist as well as introspect about how drawing is taught and learned today. “When the need to draw something is juxtaposed with the fear of not being able to perfectly recreate on paper the idea that lingers in the mind, one can trace back this deep seated feeling of fear to the way art classes are conducted in schools and colleges today,” she says. Some drawings in this collection wonder about how colonial pedagogical practices continue to rule over art teaching in India today – whether it is the way art is assessed in art schools or kindergarteners in schools who for decades together have been learning that the sun shines with a smiley face behind V-shaped mountains overlooking a bright cobalt blue river.  Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThis show is an experiment to bring to the forefront several nuggets of the role that drawing potentially could play or is already playing in our lives. A series of four drawings in this collection deal with the response to a natural calamity. Drawing for Resilience: Nepal 2015, were made shortly after the Nepal earthquake when a close family member happened to be visiting Nepal at the time and experienced the earthquake from very close quarters.  The four drawings try to lay out a narrative of hope and prayer after a phase of despair and destruction. These drawings emblematize the idea that the act of drawing is indeed a cognitive action and like grammar in language, drawing too is an equal way of responding. Her relationship with drawing, as a student and then as a professional artist-teacher began as a troublesome relationship of fear, hesitation and resistance and magically transformed in to one of curiosity, love and longing. Her aesthetic affinities and drawing tendencies are somewhat rooted in the Madhubani tradition – this folk art style became an inseparable part of my artistic identity during art classes at The Rishi Valley School where she studied.When: December 5 to 11Where: Art Gallery, IIC Annexe, Lodhi EstateTimings: 11 am to 7 pmlast_img read more


Food Wrapping Paper Market global industry analysis from 2019 to 2023

first_imgFood Wrapping Paper Food Wrapping Paper is packaging for food. Food packaging Paper provides protection, tampering resistance, and special physical, chemical, or biological needs. It may bear a nutrition facts label and other information about food being offered for sale.The Global Food Wrapping Paper Market research report presents a comprehensive assessment of the market and contains thoughtful insights, facts, historical data and statistically-supported and industry-validated market data and projections with a suitable set of assumptions and methodology. It provides analysis and information by categories such as market segments, regions, applications and product types and factors influencing market dynamics.Get Sample Copy of this Report @ https://www.bigmarketresearch.com/request-sample/3247150utm_source=HTN&utm_medium=ShifaliThe report firstly introduced the Tear Tape basics: definitions, classifications, applications, and market overview; product specifications; manufacturing processes; cost structures, raw materials and so on. Then it analyzed the world’s main region market conditions, including the product price, profit, capacity, production, supply, demand, and market growth rate and forecast, etc. In the end, the report introduced a new project SWOT analysis, investment feasibility analysis, and investment return analysis.The report includes an analysis of the growth rate of every segment with the help of charts and tables. In addition, the market across various regions is analyzed in the report, including North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA. The report manifests the growth trends and future opportunities in every region.For the future period, sound forecasts on market value and volume are offered for each type and application. In the same period, the report also provides a detailed analysis of market value and consumption for each region. These insights are helpful in devising strategies for the future and take necessary steps. New project investment feasibility analysis and SWOT analysis are offered along with insights on industry barriers. Research findings and conclusions are mentioned at the end.Reasons for Buying This Report:•It Provides A Forward-Looking Perspective on Different Factors Driving or Restraining Market Growth.•It Provides A Five Years Forecast Assessed on the Basis of How the Market Is Predicted to Grow•It Helps in Understanding the Key Product Segments and Their Future.•It Provides Pin Point Analysis of Changing Competition Dynamics and Keeps You Ahead of Competitors.•It Helps in Making Informed Business Decisions by Having Complete Insights of Market and By Making an In-Depth Analysis of Market Segments.Get a discount on this research report @ https://www.bigmarketresearch.com/request-for-discount/3247150?utm_source=HTN&utm_medium=ShifaliAbout Us: Big Market Research has a range of research reports from various publishers across the world. Our database of reports of various market categories and sub-categories would help to find the exact report you may be looking for.Contact Us:Mr. Abhishek PaliwalBig Market Research5933 NE Win Sivers Drive, #205, Portland,OR 97220 United StatesDirect: +1-971-202-1575Toll Free: +1-800-910-6452E-mail: help@bigmarketresearch.comlast_img read more


Tokyo will give free housing to homeless and poor LGBTI people

first_imgA group decided to offer the temporary housing to LGBTI people after it was revealed many end up homeless. LGBTI people who face abuse from family or lose their job because of harassment are very likely to end up poor and homeless in Japan.LGBTI people also face difficulties renting because landlords regularly discriminate against the community because of sexual and/or gender identity.Tsuyoshi Inaba is a member of the group providing the accommodation.The group wants to more people to understand the housing crisis facing LGBTI people.‘In the United States, 40 percent of young, homeless people are said to be LGBTs,’ Tsuyoshi told the Japan Times.‘I want to raise more awareness (in Japan) about this issue.’ London’s first permanent LGBTI homeless shelter struggles to find a homeLGBTI refugees face violence, discrimination and we need to help themFive LGBTI people reveal what it’s like to be young and homelessRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/tokyo-will-give-free-housing-to-homeless-and-poor-lgbti-people/ Japan’s capital city, Tokyo, will start giving impoverished LGBTI people free housing from November this year. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Tokyo Rainbow Pride Parade and Festival. Photo: Instagramcenter_img The housing will open in the Nakano Ward of Tokyo. LGBTI people will be welcome to stay in the free housing until they have financial stability.The group providing the housing will crowdfund the money to pay for accommodation.LGBTI life in JapanEven though a number of cities in Japan have started recognizing same-sex relationships, LGBTI people face discrimination in many places including, school and the workplace.Earlier this year, Japan’s largest housing website Suumo started providing services for LGBTI people looking to buy or rent property.‘There are present conditions that LGBT people are struggling to find property, feeling restrictions on living together with their partner in rental houses, or refusal to allow them to move in at all. We would like to help them find friendly landlords and support their search for properties,’ the company said on its website.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) GAYSTARNEWS-last_img read more


Passenger bus crashes into tree leaving 5 injured

first_imgPhoto: Tránsito Municipal de Solidaridad Municipal Transit police were on site to monitor traffic. The injured were transferred to hospital. A large tow crane eventually arrived to move the bus. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Photo: Tránsito Municipal de Solidaridad Playa del Carmen, Q.R. — Five people were left with injuries after a passenger bus skidded along the Federal Highway near central Playa del Carmen. center_img The bus ended up skidding before finally came to a stop after crashing into a tree in the highway median. The tree prevented the bus from entering the opposite lane of oncoming traffic. The bus suffered extensive damage including a blown-out windshield, side windows and door. The accident occurred near Avenue 28 de Julio just after 8:00 a.m. when the bus was reportedly unable to stop in time for the turn in traffic light. Passengers on board say they were headed for Riviera Maya when, due to speeding, the bus driver was unable to stop in time for the light. last_img read more


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first_img Fused QT Ultrasound 3-D quantitative transmission ultrasound and compounded reflection axial images showing high resolution image of internal organs, tissue, skin and hair of neo-natal piglet. Anatomy courtesy of C. Ruoff, DVM. GE Healthcare’s ultrasound systems for the women’s health market, the LOGIQ P3, is designed for OB/GYN practices.The LOGIQ P3 is an economical, compact console ultrasound system engineered to deliver high performance that can help clinicians deliver advanced imaging to OB/GYN practices. GE Healthcare has migrated robust features sets as CrossXBeam from more advanced LOGIQ systems, which enables the LOGIQ P3 to provide excellent performance.The LOGIQ P3 feature set is well-suited for OB applications and the system is compatible with the most frequently used LOGIQ obstetric transducers. Its lightweight and ergonomic design is small enough to easily maneuver to exam rooms and its robust workflow capabilities also help clinicians meet emerging digital information requirements for healthcare providers.For more information: www.gehealthcare.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Ultrasound Women’s Health | January 30, 2019 QTbreasthealth Opens New Breast Ultrasound Imaging Center in Grand Rapids January 30, 2019 — QTbreasthealth launched a center in Grand Rapids, Mich., featuring its quantitative transmission read more News | Mammography Reporting Software | April 04, 2019 Ikonopedia Introduces Automated Combined Reporting Package at SBI Ikonopedia will introduce its new Automated Combined Reporting package at the 2019 Society of Breast Imaging/American… read more News | Ultrasound Imaging | May 29, 2019 Quantitative Transmission Ultrasound Featured at Acoustical Society of America May 29, 2019 — QT Ultrasound recently showcased its advanced… read more Related Content News | Ultrasound Women’s Health | July 11, 2019 FDA Clears Koios DS Breast 2.0 AI-based Software Koios Medical announced its second 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). read more News | Ultrasound Women’s Health | March 20, 2019 QTbreasthealth Opens Breast Imaging Center in San Jose QTbreasthealth has opened a new center in San Jose, Calif. The new location is now open and booking appointments for… read more center_img News | Ultrasound Women’s Health | June 17, 2019 Warm Springs Health & Wellness Center Implements Digisonics Solution for OB Ultrasound Warm Springs Health & Wellness Center in Warm Springs, Ore., has selected the Digisonics OB PACS (picture archiving… read more News | Ultrasound Women’s Health | April 03, 2019 SuperSonic Imagine Highlights Aixplorer Mach 30 Breast Ultrasound at SBI/ACR Breast Imaging Symposium SuperSonic Imagine will introduce the new generation of its Aixplorer Mach 30 breast ultrasound solution at the 2019… read more Technology | May 04, 2009 GE Offers Economical Ultrasound, Quality Imaging for OB/GYN Practices The Epiq Elite for Obstetrics & Gynecology. Image courtesy of Philips Healthcare. News | Ultrasound Women’s Health | December 20, 2018 Opto-Acoustic Imaging Helps Differentiate Breast Cancer Molecular Subtypes Seno Medical Instruments Inc. (Seno Medical) reported results of a study demonstrating that morphologic and functional… read more Technology | Ultrasound Imaging | February 07, 2019 Philips Launches Epiq Elite Ultrasound Series Philips announced the launch of the Epiq Elite ultrasound system, a new premium ultrasound that combines the latest… read more News | Mammography | May 15, 2019 Managing Architectural Distortion on Mammography Based on MR Enhancement High negative predictive values (NPV) in mammography architectural distortion (AD) without ultrasonographic (US)… read more last_img read more


Brazilian scientists to test AIDS vaccine on monkeys

first_imgSÃO PAULO, Brazil – Brazilian scientists have developed an HIV vaccine and plan to begin testing on monkeys later this year, a sponsor institution said Monday.Known as the HIVBr18, the vaccine against the virus that causes AIDS was developed and patented by a team from the Medicine Faculty of the University of São Paulo, the São Paulo state Research Foundation (FAPESP) said.The scientists said that, at its current stage of development, the vaccine would not totally eliminate the virus from the organism.But the vaccine would be able to maintain it at a viral load low enough that the infected person will neither develop an immunodeficiency nor transmit the virus, they explained.The foundation said the monkey trials are expected to last two years.“Our goal is to test various immunization methods to select the one capable of inducing a stronger immunological response and thus be able to test it on humans,” FAPESP quoted Cunha Neto as saying.Provided adequate funding is available, the first clinical trials could then be launched, it added.Work on the vaccine began in 2001 and the research team – Edecio Cunha Neto, Jorge Kalil and Simone Fonseca – plan to test it on a colony of rhesus monkeys provided by São Paulo state’s Butantan biomedical research institute.The monkeys were chosen for the test because their immune system is similar to that of humans and they are susceptible to SIV (Simian immunology Virus), which is believed to have led to HIV when it crossed the species barrier. Facebook Comments No related posts.last_img read more


Pope canonizes 2 saints from 19thcentury Palestine

first_imgChurch officials are holding up Bawardy and Ghattas as a sign of hope and encouragement for Christians across the Mideast at a time when violent persecution and discrimination have driven many Christians from the region of Christ’s birth.They were canonized alongside two other nuns, Saints Jeanne Emilie de Villeneuve from France and Maria Cristina of the Immaculate Conception from Italy.“Inspired by their example of mercy, charity and reconciliation, may the Christians of these lands look with hope to the future, following the path of solidarity and fraternal coexistence,” Francis said of the women at the end of the Mass.Bawardy was a mystic born in 1843 in the village of Ibilin in what is now the Galilee region of northern Israel. She is said to have received the “stigmata” — bleeding wounds like those that Jesus Christ suffered on the cross — and died at the age of 33 in the West Bank town of Bethlehem, where she founded a Carmelite order monastery that still exists.Ghattas, born in Jerusalem in 1847, opened girls’ schools, fought female illiteracy, and co-founded the Congregation of the Sisters of the Rosary. The order today boasts dozens of centers all over the Middle East, from Egypt to Syria, that operate kindergartens, homes for the elderly, medical clinics and guest houses. Francis has raised the plight of Christians across the Middle East as a cause for concern, denouncing how the Islamic State group has violently driven thousands of religious minorities from their homes in Syria and Iraq.___Follow Nicole Winfield at www.twitter.com/nwinfieldCopyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Patients with chronic pain give advice Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober The vital role family plays in society New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Top Stories VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis canonized two nuns from what was 19th-century Palestine on Sunday in hope of encouraging Christians across the Middle East who are facing a wave of persecution from Islamic extremists.Sisters Mariam Bawardy and Marie Alphonsine Ghattas were among four nuns who were made saints Sunday at a Mass in a sun-soaked St. Peter’s Square. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and an estimated 2,000 pilgrims from the region, some waving Palestinian flags, were on hand for the canonization of the first saints from the Holy Land since the early years of Christianity. In his homily, Francis praised Bawardy as having been “a means of encounter and fellowship with the Muslim world,” while Ghattas “shows us the importance of becoming responsible for one another, of living lives of service to one another.”“Their luminous example challenges us in our lives as Christians,” he said.The canonization was celebrated in the Holy Land as well as by Palestinians in Rome. Bassam Abbas, a Palestinian-born doctor who has lived in Italy for 35 years, traveled from Civitavecchia, northwest of Rome, for the event with his wife and three children. They are Muslim, but their children go to a Catholic school.“We are proud of this event,” Abbas said outside St. Peter’s Square as he waved a giant Palestinian flag. “We want peace for Palestine, peace which transcends religion.”In addition to the Palestinian delegation on hand for the Mass, Israel sent a delegation headed by its ambassador to the Holy See, while France, Italy and Jordan also sent official delegations.In the birthplace of Christianity, Christians make up less than 2 percent of the population of Israel and the Palestinian territories. Although they have not experienced the violent persecution that has decimated Christian communities elsewhere in the region, the population has gradually shrunk over the decades as Christians have fled conflict or sought better opportunities abroad. Comments   Share   The tapestry of St. Marie Alphonsine Ghattas hangs from a balcony in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican prior to the start of the canonization ceremony led by Pope Francis Sunday, May 17, 2015. The pontiff will canonize two 19th-century nuns from what was then Ottoman-ruled Palestine. The new saints, Mariam Bawardy and Marie Alphonsine Ghattas, are the first from the region to be canonized since the early days of Christianity.(AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino) Sponsored Stories Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to helplast_img read more


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percent or 1200 megawatts per hour of capacityUS Rep Kevin Cramer said he doesn’t foresee the tax credit’s phaseout being dragged on or shortened The former North Dakota public service commissioner and President Donald Trump’s energy adviser said he never imagined the wind sector would get as large as it did He called wind farms a "serious threat" to the coal industry which has seen rollbacks in production and the shuttering of plants—North Dakota’s Stanton Station in central North Dakota announced it would shut down by May"That seems like a saturated market" Christmann said "If we continue to build wind as it is being built you will see less energy from coal"It’s hard to say how much the wind industry will expand but subsidies will help the sector "explode" if the federal government wishes to offer tax credits Christmann said"It doesn’t matter whether these are needed" he said "There is money to be made just for building them"’Big deal’ for Grand ForksA world leader in producing 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Both parties held broadcast primary debates years before the famous 1960 televised debate between Nixon and Kennedy (Primary debates and general-election debates are two different beasts in many ways; notably the primary debates are organized by the parties while the later debates are organized by a bipartisan commission) But even as televised debates were proven to be able to create news they remained fairly few and far-between Their news-creating ability it turned out was a problem Due to the Federal Communications Commission rule that stations had to make equal time available for all candidates many opted to allot no time to any of them Under the original wording of the law anyone who was a “legally qualified candidate” could technically claim their time if a debate took place between major candidates and excluded others As TIME noted the rule had been meant to encourage debate by avoiding networks favoring one candidate but in practice it wiped politics off television (The rule does apply to officially declared candidates in the primary; last month Lawrence Lessig asked NBC affiliates for equal time after Hillary Clinton appeared on Saturday Night Live) Even after a 1959 amendment made exemptions for “bona fide news” the law had to be suspended temporarily to allow Nixon and Kennedy to debate in 1960 without opening the gates to third-party candidates Starting in the 1970s outside groups could organize debates which could then be covered by the networks as news events (The League of Women Voters was the dominant player in that arena for many years) In 1983 the law changed again As TIME explained the Federal Communications Commission decided that stations could stage their own debates without regard to equal time regulations by classifying debates sponsored by stations as news events too It was a controversial decision: Executives of the three commercial networks happily predict a marked increase in the number of televised debates NBC ABC and CBS have already 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