Traffic Advisory Cape Breton County

first_imgCAPE BRETON COUNTY: Traffic Congestion Expected at Big Pond On Monday, April 22, heavy traffic is expected on Highway 4 in the Big Pond area from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. during the funeral of Rita MacNeil. Parking is limited in the area and drivers should slow down and be alert for pedestrians. RCMP will be on hand to guide traffic safely through the area but delays are possible. -30-last_img

Airtels digital network infra for UP

first_imgNew Delhi: Telecom operator Bharti Airtel on Monday said it has designed and implemented a State Wide Area Network (SWAN) for the Uttar Pradesh government as part of the e-governance initiative.The network infrastructure now digitally connects all state headquarters, district headquarters, block headquarters and tehsil headquarters across Uttar Pradesh and enables delivery of Government-to-Government as well as Government-to-Citizen services in a seamless manner. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalThe digital infrastructure – UPSWAN 2.0 – was launched by the state Deputy Chief Minster Dinesh Sharma. It entails 885 Points of Presence (PoPs) across the state and is designed to provide secure, high-speed connectivity for delivery of government services to citizens over a Closed User Group network, an Airtel release said. All state headquarters will be equipped with upto 10 Gbps connectivity while district, block and tehsil headquarters will have up to 10 Mbps connectivity. A dedicated Network Operations Centre has also been set up in Lucknow to monitor the network performance, the statement added. “UPSWAN will enhance efficiency and enable seamless e-delivery of government services to citizens even in deep rural pockets. These include filing of applications for pension and financial aid, registration for employment, issuance of birth and death certificates.”last_img read more

We were lucky massive cyberextortion attack could have affected Canada

first_imgTORONTO – Canada is not immune to online extortion, despite apparently sidestepping a massive attack that temporarily crippled networks around the world, a cybersecurity expert said.Atty Mashatan, a professor at Ryerson University’s School of Information Technology Management, said it was nothing more than a fluke that Canada appears to have been largely spared from Friday’s ransomware attack that disrupted services in Russia, the U.K., Ukraine, Spain and India.Attacks like this one, dubbed “WannaCry” for the “WannaCrypt” technology used to execute it, happen when a type of software seizes control of a computer, encrypting its contents and rendering them inaccessible.“The vehicle that the malware going from one device to the other is spam. The most common way that they do that is via a link in an email,” Mashatan said. “It looks as if it’s from someone you know, in your contacts. You click on it, and bingo. The actual malware, the file, is downloaded.”The perpetrators then demand hundreds or thousands of dollars to unlock the victims’ computers — essentially holding the documents, photos and other items on the computer for ransom.“This one wasn’t really a targeted attack at all,” Mashatan said. “They usually run this campaign and hope to infect as many devices as they can.”“This time around we were lucky,” she said. “There’s so many people who are emailing one another within the U.K., whereas the traffic between the U.K. and Canada is not as much.”But if the wrong person had clicked on an infected link, they could have spread the ransomware to Canada.A hospital in Oshawa, Ont. said Saturday it appeared the ransomware threatened its computer system, but a spokesman for Lakeridge Health said the facility’s system was able to deflect the attack.“Our antivirus software contained the attack and so while we’ve had to reset some of our systems we weren’t affected in the same way that other places were,” said Lloyd Rang, in an interview Saturday.“Patient care wasn’t affected and neither were any medical records or health records breached in any way.”Computer users worldwide — and everyone else who depends on them — should assume that the next big “ransomware” attack has already been launched, and just hasn’t manifested itself yet, Ori Eisen, who founded the Trusona cybersecurity firm, told The Associated Press.The attack appears to be “low-level” stuff, given the amounts of ransom demanded, Eisen said Saturday.He said the same thing could be done to crucial infrastructure, like nuclear power plants, dams or railway systems.A representative from Public Safety Canada said the Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre is aware of the reported attacks, but made no mention on whether any Canadian users were affected.The Communications Security Establishment, a Canadian intelligence agency, said in a statement Saturday that the federal government’s computer networks do not appear to have been affected by the attack.In the meantime, Mashatan said it’s important for everyday people to remain vigilant to prevent these attacks from spreading.She said people should keep their computers’ operating systems up-to-date, because the latest updates often patch up security holes. People should also avoid clicking on suspicious links.—With files by The Associated Press.last_img read more

Fort St John hosts 30th Winter Games in 2020

first_imgThe planning and organizing of the event have been led by President, Darren Snider and Vice President, Dee Ann Stickle and 14 Directors and 100 Volunteer Chairs have been working to bring the event together.The Winter Games Society will require a large number of volunteers to see that the games run as planned, the intention is to have 2000 volunteers to facilitate one volunteer for every one athlete participating in the games. With the training required, there will be a new level of trained and enhanced skill of community volunteersThe Society for the Winter Games will make their first recruitment for volunteers at the FSJ Tradeshow at booth #262, April 5th to 7th, 2019.For more information; CLICK HEREOfficial announcement; CLICK HEREFSJ Tradeshow; CLICK HERE FORT ST JOHN, B.C. – City Council presented the Winter Games 2020 Society with $50,000 as seed money to start planning initiatives for the 30th Winter Games.The games, to be held February 20-23, 2020, will bring an infusion of new faces and economic support to Fort St. John as the City will host 2000 para-athletes, Special Olympians, able-bodied athletes and their coaches.The estimated economic impact to the City will be an approximate $1.6 million. Impacts on FSJ will not only be financial yet will include opportunities to come together and celebrate the pride of the community.last_img read more


first_imgThe fall of Vidyasagar’s bust was not merely a consequence of political vendetta – it was the peak of weeks-long, ruthless muscle-flexing that has been attacking the sensibilities symbolised by the bust and indeed represented by the rest of Bengal. 17 rallies were held by Prime Minister Narendra Modi across Bengal, unprecedented for a prime minister, while 18 were held by BJP chief Amit Shah – the desperation to snatch West Bengal from chief minister Mamata Banerjee seems all so real. While always politically relevant, Bengal has never attracted the lotus’s attention as today. The incessant throw of jibes, circulation of rumours and sporadic instances of violence have irked the ordinary Bengali voter, for whom dark days of democracy had been pushed to the past with the quiet resignation of CPIM. But why Bengal – when all 29 states of the country are preparing for the same Lok Sabha polls, why has Bengal grabbed attention unlike any other? The answer lays hidden in thin layers of insecurity carefully concealed behind a facade of empty political rhetoric. BJP is losing ground in its bastions and the prospects of Bengal makes it all too greedy. Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Bihar and Gujarat, states that had contributed almost all their seats to BJP in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, today show signs of apprehension. In fact, every state that has endured the bitter aftertaste of BJP’s fundamentalist rule is jittery to have the saffron party back at Centre. Bengal then presents a most lucrative opportunity with no memory of harsh communal administration. Incidentally, Bengal also contributes the third highest number of members to the Lok Sabha (42) and currently presents a most ripe political vacuum in the absence of any opposition to Mamata Banerjee’s solo show. For the power hungry, this culmination of reason and opportunity makes Bengal irresistible. Saffron is the new red Decimated in 2011 by Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress (TMC), CPIM vanished. Suddenly, from being the blood that flowed through the veins of every Bengali, they were invisible ashes on a set horizon. But, not entirely. They were still lurking in the shadows, waiting to pounce on their target – a woman from the streets who had refused to succumb to their masculine authority. CPIM workers harnessed deep vendetta for Banerjee and today, they are flocking to BJP ‘to teach her a lesson’. While many communist workers left the party, the more ambitious still craved political relevance. BJP, known to never miss an opportunity at manipulation, came to their rescue. Today, Khagen Murmu, a sitting CPIM MLA, is contesting for BJP from Malda North constituency, while several other constituencies including Cooch Behar, Alipur Duar, Raiganj, will see CPIM workers voting in favour of BJP to defeat Banerjee, their one true enemy. Last week, former Bengal chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharya and former Tripura chief minister Manik Sarkar spoke out, requesting CPIM workers to not sway towards BJP, but it seemed all too feeble all too late. While BJP has come to hopeless CPIM workers’ rescue, they have duly paid back their favour. BJP was facing a severe shortage of candidates to assign across 42 seats and booth workers too were virtually amiss. Those that came to the party lacked ideological inclination or discipline that was once central to karsevaks. This was visible in their dwindling performance too; while in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls BJP managed 17 per cent votes, in the 2016 assembly polls, their share fell to 10 per cent. But now, CPIM workers have come to aid them across districts, courting earlier communist sympathisers towards the communal camp. BJP provided them succour as they became its silver living in an otherwise cloudy Bengal sky. Propaganda politics BJP’s Bengal Bachao Andolan relies entirely on a triangle of repeating falsehoods, inciting sporadic violence and luring people, whether workers or voters, with copious amounts of money. “If you repeat a lie often enough, people will believe it and even you will come to believe it yourself,” Hitler wrote in Mein Kampf, an ideology practised widely by him and his closest aide, Reich Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels. Goebbels has found a friend in our ruling Centre today that has quickly abandoned its Bapu-fanaticism in perhaps its most exhaustive scope. Carrying Gandhi’s symbolic glasses in a cleanliness campaign is far less relevant than adopting his political philosophies that were so very evolved even for today’s time. Narendra Modi and Amit Shah do not believe so. They believe in Goebbels and have well-appropriated him across their Bengal campaign to malign Banerjee, her governance and her purported clasp on Hindu practices. “Durga Puja is now in danger due to Didi’s appeasement politics,” Narendra Modi bellowed in Midnapore, not realising that this one statement of provocation would prove quite costly. Unlike the rest of the country, Bengalis are not a believing lot. Early recipients of the Renaissance, Bengalis question what they are told, fight for they believe and choose their ideologies without fear of persecution. Durga Puja, to the contrary, has been Banerjee’s weapon to connect with Bengal, empowering local communities with cash compensation, supporting their puja festivities and organising a grand carnival that witnesses guests from across the globe. Durga Puja is today an internationally-recognised event and only a most irrational leader would think of thwarting its essence in Bengal, Ma Durga’s home. And, Banerjee is no fool. Modi’s lie was shamed when Mamata addressed her rally, asking, “Now, tell me mothers & sisters, do we have Durga Puja or not?” Crowd: We do! “Does anyone stop you from celebrating Durga Puja?” Crowd: No! “Louder, does Durga Puja take place here?” Crowd (in roars): Yes! “Saraswati Puja?” Crowd: Yes! “Boro din (Christmas)?” Crowd: Yes! “Ramzan?” Crowd: Yes! “Chhath Puja?” Crowd: Yes! “But there’s only one thing that doesn’t happen here – Modi. Modi hoy na… BJP hoy na, mithya hoy na, kutsha hoy na.” (Modi, BJP, lies and character assassination don’t happen here) Goebbels’s propaganda was defeated by a woman from the streets – who has risen from the ranks, fought against brutal communist rule and overthrown a 34-year-old regime to occupy the chief ministerial seat with conviction – and her faith in the power of Gandhian truth (the one so voraciously preached but never practised by our saffronists). Blood for blood “Even Kashmir has less violence than Bengal,” Narendra Modi roared again, pointing a stout finger at Banerjee without noticing the four more pointing right back at him. Unsurprisingly, until BJP was lured by Bengal’s prospects, the state witnessed relative calm. In fact, the Election Commission (EC), by now sharing an uncanny resemblance with Mahabharat’s Gandhari, has been compelled to file an FIR against two BJP candidates – Babul Supriyo and Arjun Singh. Imagine what they must have done for EC to finally take a brave peek outside the darkness of its blindfold. Arjun Singh, earlier TMC leader and now Ram-bhakt, had been accused of spreading hooliganism with a section of CISF personnel who were later replaced by EC in view of their actions. Even more surprising is the case of Tripura where two seats have witnessed unparalleled violence and re-polls have been ordered across 168 booths, 10 per cent of the pool. Here, booths were ransacked, CCTV cameras were broken and an Election Commission officer was suspended. The extent of false polling was appalling even for EC, which ordered a re-poll to only meet the same fate again. But, in Bengal, despite the widely popularised violence, polling has been reordered in only six booths, 0.014 per cent of the total. That elections were ordered across seven phases in Bengal and over 800 companies of central forces were deployed to the state indicate that violence was expected and for that, the state police machinery needed to be crippled. In fact, it was a most integral part of the Bengal Bachao Andolan led by messiah Modi and saviour Shah. Violence has been their weapon – whether in Gujarat in 2002 or across Alwar, Una, Assam, Kerala through 2014-2018 or in Bengal in 2019. Communally yours Bengal has never allowed communally polarisation. BJP has naturally failed miserably here with its vote bank largely comprising migrant traders. It held two municipal seats in Burrabazar but that too received a jolt when its leader Shantilal Jain joined TMC. This desperation of losing existing ground in Bengal while also being threatened by the collapse of traditional bastions elsewhere convinced BJP that an aggressive campaign was the most potent means of making inroads into the state. For this, virulent social media campaigns have been conducted focusing mostly on spreading lies about Mamata’s purported Muslim appeasement and sheltering of goons. With close to 30 per cent Muslims in the state, Banerjee as chief minister has ensured that her policies reach the most marginalised, whether in providing food grain subsidies, access to resources or education to the girl child. What BJP terms as appeasement is indeed equanimity in the distribution of state resources. When BJP says that Banerjee appeases Muslims, it indeed questions why Banerjee provides resources to Muslims who, for BJP, are not ‘Indian’ enough to gain access to the realm’s means. BJP fails to realise that the Bengal brand of Hinduism is distinct from its cow-belt counterpart. Here, Gods eat meat and encourage people to consume meat. In fact, second-generation Gujaratis and Marwaris living in Bengal too enjoy the cosmopolitan eating habits of the state, relishing their occasional chicken cutlet and fish kobiraji. In UP, MP, Bihar and other Hindi heartland states, the idea of a vegetarian Ram may sell, but Bengalis would sacrifice little for their fish-eating Saraswati and meat-eating Kali. Money, media & mandate The dubious electoral bonds scheme has benefitted BJP unlike any other. Today, in terms of finance, it stands several heads above the rest. And, money is power. BJP has engaged in a vulgar distribution of money with the booth president of each booth receiving Rs 2 lakh in cash. Further, state BJP president Dilip Ghosh’s assistant was caught with Rs 1 crore cash in Asansol railway station while Ghatal candidate Bharti Ghosh was caught with over Rs 1 lakh. Funnily, the supporters who today rally with BJP largely do not belong to the state. They have been brought from outside with apt training in inciting violence and absolutely no love for the state’s heritage. Case in point – Tajinder Singh Bagga, who was caught during the Vidyasagar violence and had jumped to fame in 2011 after brutalising lawyer Prashant Bhushan’s office and slapping him in the name of ‘nationalism’. That’s not all, the chowkidars of our nation, including Sunil Deodhar and Hemanta Biswa Sarma, have booked numerous rooms at the luxurious five-star Taj Bengal to escape the heat of this poll season and perhaps guard their citizens with greater efficiency. Media, the other propeller of BJP’s wings, has also had its fair share of the Bengal cake. Several BJP sympathising journalists have been flown in from Delhi to write ‘ground reports’ that are in the least grounded. Rarely stepping out of their comfort, the journalists enjoy BJP’s luxury while publishing well-edited reports to further distort the narrative on national media. The attack has not evaded bureaucracy either. Former police commissioner Rajeev Kumar, already harassed by BJP, was transferred to the Home Ministry by Election Commission immediately after violence following Amit Shah’s rally on May 14. Further, former police commissioner Anuj Sharma, who served in the intermediary period after Kumar’s term ended earlier this year, was also transferred at the beginning of the elections and replaced by Dr Rajesh Kumar, former Officer on Special Duty to then UPA minister of railways from TMC and now poster boy of BJP in Bengal, Mukul Roy. Narendra Modi has emphasised with disdain that Mamata Banerjee shields goons, no doubt her party and parties across India harness politicians who aren’t particularly known for their clean slates. But, acting on its propaganda of manufacturing towering lies, BJP continues to accuse Mamata of ‘goondaraj’ while quietly purchasing her most aggressive leaders from the sidelines. Arjun Singh, Shankhudeb Panda, Anupam Hazra, Saumitra Khan are only a few examples of Mamata’s most passionate ‘goons’ who are now respected ‘bhadraloks’ adorning a saffron scarf. The tales of lies, harassment and horse-trading are exhausting. This week Vidyasagar’s bust fell – but let us only lament and learn. Bengal mustn’t succumb to communal forces that are beneath the dignity of emancipation envisaged in this state of Renaissance, intellectual ignition and active dissent. Amit Shah claimed that BJP will win 23 seats in Bengal – people of the state, including party workers, are apprehensive. In the absence of ground support, Shah has perhaps rightfully reposed his faith on the ever-so-elusive EVM. (The views expressed are personal)last_img read more

Real Madrid Players Insult Piqué During Liga Title Celebrations

By Lerry HicianoRabat – Real Madrid has been criticized following their recent victory against Malaga after a video surfaced showing its players insulting members of opposing teams.Madrid members are heard shouting insults and obscenities in reference to FC Barcelona’s George Pique and Lionel Messi. With this weekend’s slate of games now over, Real Madrid have come out at the top of La Liga’s table. This marks the team’s record 33rd title, but only their second of the past 7 years. They defeated Malaga 0-2, and found playing away from home to be no issue.Having long remained in Los Galacticos’ rear-view mirror, Real Madrid’s players rejoiced at the win. But their excitement soon turned sour, as they devolved into mocking and threatening their competitors.What started on Malaga’s pitch only grew in size and excitement as time passed, and the Madrid players grew increasingly disrespectful towards their rivals, primarily Atlético, Barcelona, and Barcelona’s center back Gerard Piqué.The antics started with star midfielder James Rodriguez’ Instagram story showing the fesitivities on the team flight from Malaga. Throughout the video people are heard happily shouting “Pepe kill him,” in Spanish, a chant from Real Madrid’s radical supporter group, Ultra Sur.The chant is in reference to when Pepe, Real Madrid’s Portuguese star center back, stepped on Lionel Messi’s hand while the Argentine was laying on the ground.However the celebration only got uglier as the team arrived in Madrid, at the famous Plaza da Cibeles. Once there, two Madrid players reportedly began to lead the crowd, numbering in the several thousands, in various chants.One player, alleged to be Carvajal, began to shout, “Piqué, f–ker, greet the champion!” The rhyme was repeated by the majority of those in attendance, including Madrid captains Sergio Ramos and Marcelo. Isco later grabbed the microphone and shouted, “Barca F–kers.”Cross-town rivals Atlético Madrid, who Real Madrid defeated in both the 2014 and 2016 Champions League Final, were also ridiculed, as Isco once again shouted, “Indians [nickname for Atlético], tell me how it feels.”Some have also taken offense to Alvaro Morata’s slide tackle of a club official, who seemed to have taken it in good spirits. This is not the first time that Morata has used a slide tackle to celebrate a victory, having made the same move against manager Zinedine Zidane after August’s European Super Cup win over Sevilla.This serves as an unfortunate and embarrassing end for Real Madrid’s title run, although their season is not quite over, with their Champions League Final matchup against Juventus slated for June 3 in Cardiff, Wales. read more

CPS prepared for potential postal disruption

Calgary|calgary police|Calgary Police Service|canada post|YYC If there’s a potential service disruption by Canada Post, the Calgary Police Service is prepared.CPS will start using a courier service to make sure tickets get to their begrudging owner.Police are currently dealing with a backlog of summonses from mid-June, because during that time, they didn’t send out tickets due to the potential impending work disruption by Canada Post.That means, you’ll still be getting your ticket from earlier this summer, which can legally be issued up to six months after the traffic violation.CPS say they currently have 70,000 tickets on hold. On average, they issue 1,600 in a single day. Calgary Police Flickr by 660 NEWS Staff Posted Aug 23, 2016 3:07 pm MDT Last Updated Aug 23, 2016 at 3:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Related Stories Canada Post union leaders left frustrated by lack of answers at annual meetingArbitrator sides with Canada Post in contract negotiation with rural postmasters CPS prepared for potential postal disruption read more

Venezuela must guarantee judicial impartiality UN human rights expert

“All Venezuelan State institutions must respect, promote and guarantee the independence and impartiality of the judiciary, including judges and prosecutors, so that that they can maintain their independence in the face of undue pressure,” said the expert, Diego García-Sayán, who specializes in safeguarding the independence of judges and lawyers around the world. “It is essential that the Constitution and human rights treaties are respected,” he added.“I am concerned that pressure is being put on the judicial system to act against the political opposition.”Tensions started escalating at the end of January, when Mr. Guaidó, head of the country’s National Assembly, challenged the legitimacy of the sitting President, Nicolás Maduro, and was declared interim president by the National Assembly. President Maduro has been in power since 2013 and was sworn in again for a second term on 10 January.”The measures taken against Guaidó and the pressure being exerted on him are unacceptable,” stated the UN human rights expert, deploring the criminal investigation that is being conducted, “as this could be politically motivated,” he explained.Mr. García-Sayán further noted that “statements already made by Tarek William Saab, a leading supporter of the incumbent President Maduro, about the Guaidó investigation may already be affecting the legal presumption of innocence” and that “the equitable, independent and impartial administration of justice, requires prosecutors to work in a way that is fair and which avoids any discrimination.”Mr. García-Sayán called on Venezuela to “organise its State apparatus in a way that is compatible with its international obligations to guarantee the rule of law, the independence and impartiality of the judiciary and international human rights standards”.He added that “in accordance with the human rights treaties to which it is a party, Venezuela must adopt all legislative, administrative, judicial and other measures necessary for the establishment of an independent and impartial judiciary and the proper administration of justice.”On Sunday, the UN human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, expressed grave concern over other human rights violations taking place in the country, highlighting the killing and injuring of civilians due to excessive use of force by the Venezuelan security forces.The UN humanitarian coordination office (OCHA) has been documenting the humanitarian crisis in the country: infant mortality has increased by more than 50 per cent since 2017; four in five hospitals lack the necessary medicines and staff to be operational. To date, the UN refugee and migration agencies (UNHCR and IOM, respectively), estimate that the number of Venezuelans to have fled their country stands at 3.4 million. read more

June 2015 – EV registrations

SMMT has published Electric Vehicle (EV) registration figures for June 2015 and the year-to-date.Plug-In Car Grant: Since the launch of the Plug-In Car Grant in January 2011, there have been 34,126 eligible cars registered. Please note: this data includes only new car registrations and not commercial vehicles. For questions about these figures, or to enquire about more detailed data sets, e-mail to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more

DC Rally For Michael Brown Draws Several Hundreds

first_imgAn assortment of signs colored the audience at the D.C. rally for Michael Brown.“Chant down Babylon, grassroots is the bomb, we ready, we coming!” Jonathan Lykes, a coordinating council member with the Washington D.C. Black Youth Project, told hundreds of people gathered Aug. 14 at Meridian Hill Park. The phrase, coined by reggae artists, echoed throughout the crowd as a proactive work in progress.Lykes was the man who got things started. His enthusiasm, chants and energy kept the crowd pumped. “You don’t need an organization to organize. This is not a onetime thing. This is the time to get things done. Our lives are worth saving. We’re here to make a declaration,” he said.“We are here to revere so many we have lost. Today is a time to mourn.”An assortment of signs colored the audience at the D.C. rally for Michael Brown.During the rally, a moment of silence was observed for Michael Brown and others who died from police brutality. During the moment of silence, some crowd members yelled out for the fallen and others expressed their opinions, but organizers and some in the crowd encouraged those who interrupted to show respect and consideration.An assortment of signs colored the audience. A large American flag was held up with photos of Michael Brown and the slogans “Don’t Shoot;” “Film The Police;” “No Justice, No Peace,” and “Black Lives Matter.” Red peace ribbons were distributed and white dressings were tied around the upper arms of organizers.Hundreds of people gathered Aug. 14 at Meridian Hill Park.Andy Iker and Joey Maghan, District transplants from West Virginia, heard about the rally at the last minute and decided to come. “I think the police should serve and protect,” said Iker, while Maghan commented, “Police have too much power and give too much force without checking their office.”last_img read more

AFRO Clean Block Campaign Returns

first_imgOn April 27, at the headquarters of the AFRO American Newspapers, local organizations and community leaders will join forces with the newspaper to announce that the AFRO Clean/Green Block campaign is returning stronger than ever for 2017. The announcement will take place at 10:30 a.m. at 2519 North Charles Street in Baltimore Md.The AFRO Clean Block program began in 1934 as a way to beautify Baltimore and ran continuously for several decades. As the AFRO wrote in 1968 about the kickoff of the 34th season of Clean Block, “The AFRO sponsors the campaign in the hopes that Clean Blockers will learn the value of respect for property, for one another and for the community.” Frances L. Murphy I, the late daughter of the founder of the AFRO, John H. Murphy Sr., created and ran the project.Communities can commence cleanup efforts on May 4 and the organizers only ask that each community recruit at least four blocks to represent their neighborhood. All neighborhoods, businesses and city and state agencies are extended an invitation to participate and/or contribute. The theme for this year has remained the same, “AFRO Clean/Green Block Campaign – Our Community – Our Responsibility.”To sign-up your community, business, agency or organization contact Diane W. Hocker, Director, Community & Public Relations for the AFRO at 410-554-8243.The Clean Block Campaign is one of the oldest environmental programs in the country. In 2007, the program began collaborating with the city of Baltimore for a cleaner, greener Baltimore. Following the success of last year’s campaign, this year’s initiative will be a full-fledged program in honor of the AFRO American Newspapers, the nations’ #1 African American Newspaper, turning 125 years-old.The AFRO Clean/Green Block Campaign is just one of many events this year to mark the celebration of the newspaper’s 125 years. Other events include the AFRO High Tea: Saluting Women of the AFRO on April 23 at Sharon Baptist Church in Baltimore, Md. (tickets are sold out) and the 125th Anniversary Gala on Aug. 12 at Martin’s Crosswinds in Greenbelt, Md. Ticket and sponsorship packages are still available for the gala, if interested contact Diane W. Hocker at 410-554-8243 or by email at read more

The Shady Origins of the VW Beetle and why Theyd Prefer not

first_imgDespite the fact that Tatra is virtually unknown among car enthusiasts in the U.S., the Czechoslovakian auto company was a pioneering force in the industry in Europe. The company got its start in the 1850s as a buggy manufacturer before reinventing itself, first by making parts for railway cars, and, ultimately, building the first autos in Central Europe. Much of Tatra’s early prosperity was because of the aptitude of its young engineer, Hans Ledwinka.Tatra 97, which was later copied as the VW Beetle. Photo by dave_7 – Flickr CC BY-SA 2.0Ledwinka worked with Tatra on and off for decades, first when he was just an engineering student. By the time he left, he was the company’s chief engineer, responsible for many innovative and groundbreaking designs.That brings us directly to the matter of Volkswagen and Ferdinand Porsche.Ledwinka and Porshe met after the onset of the first world war when Ledwinka had to leave his job with Tatra and went to work with the Austrian company, Steyr, at the same time that Porsche was also working there.Dr. Ferdinand Porsche. Photo by Bundesarchiv, Bild 183-2005-1017-525 / CC-BY-SA 3.0If it weren’t for that one thing — the two men each leaving their old positions and coming to the same company — Porsche and Volkswagen would never have existed, according to The Cheat Sheet.The sleek Porsche 911 can trace its roots back to the VW Beetle, and the Beetle can trace its roots directly to Tatra and Hans Ledwinka.Model of the 1932 Porsche Type 12, Nuremberg Museum of Industrial CultureAfter the war ended and Ledwinka returned to Tatra, he was busily cranking out what were highly innovative, perhaps even revolutionary, designs for the company, both in terms of how the cars looked on the outside, and how they were built on the inside. One of the things that Ledwinka and the Tatra team spent a long time perfecting was a modern, steel car with a rear-engine.Type 32 prototype, developed for NSU (Autostadt ZeitHaus, Wolfsburg). Photo by Luc106/ Klaus Nahr CC BY-SA 2.0The team worked out a number of variations on how to do it well, and the family that owned the company took out a large number of patents covering those and other innovations the team was creating.In 1934, Tatra unveiled its first new rear-engine vehicle, the T77, and Auto Union notes that it got a lot of attention, including from both Porsche and Adolf Hitler.Tatra T77 early prototype, 1934.Ever since they worked together at Steyr, the two engineers stayed in contact and would periodically talk about their work. When Tatra launched their T97, the model after the T77, Porsche was working on his own design for a car for the common man, the KdF-Wagen, which later became the Beetle.KdF Propaganda: “A family playing by a river with a KdF-Wagen and radio receiver.” Photo by Bundesarchiv, Bild 146II-732 / Unknown / CC-BY-SA 3.0Hitler, too, was very impressed with Tatra’s innovations, saying that he thought the new cars were the right cars for his roads. Unfortunately, he also felt that the new T97 was too similar to the KdF-Wagen project, which was about to go into production, even though the T97 was a luxury model and significantly more expensive than Porsche car. As a result, both the T77 and the T97 were ordered to be pulled off the floor at the 1939 Berlin Autosalon.Tatra 97. Photo by Pudelek (Marcin Szala) CC BY-SA 3.0Even so, it seemed clear that the KdF-Wagen used a number of technologies that Tatra and Ledwinka had under patent, and, just before the start of the second world war, Tatra filed suit against Porsche for patent explains that Porsche was about to settle with Tatra when Hitler intervened, saying he would take care of the issue. Very shortly after that, Germany invaded Czechoslovakia, taking control of Tatra and putting a halt to production of the T97.Although it could be said Hitler stopped the T97 because of the lawsuit, it’s also true that in Germany the auto industry was carefully regulated.Tatra 97 interior. Photo by dave_7 – Flickr CC BY-SA 2.0Designs were standardized, and anything seen as a duplication was eliminated; the factories that produced the duplicates were repurposed for use in the war.When the Germans took over Tatra, the company was deemed unnecessary and was ordered to instead focus on making things like trucks and trains.Yellow Volkswagen Kafer stands parked on the roadside.In other words, while the net effect was that Tatra T97 no longer posed a threat to what would become the VW Beetle, that was a side effect of larger issues.Tatra ended up being nationalized by the Czech government in 1946, and, although the company survived the war, it was stuck behind the Iron Curtain and unable to get to the broader European market.The Volkswagen Beetle was an economy car produced by the German auto maker Volkswagen from 1938 until 2003.Ledwinka was arrested as a Nazi collaborator and jailed for several years. Tatra offered him his old position when he was released, but he declined.The family that had owned Tatra pre-war, and more notably, Tatra’s contentious patents, tried to reopen their lawsuit in the late ‘50s, but by that time Ferdinand Porsche had passed away and Volkswagen’s new director was working hard to gloss over the company’s somewhat shady past.Some of the claims in the suit were thrown out for being too broad, but the court upheld others, and, ultimately, Volkswagen settled out of court for $1 million.Read another story from us: When Enzo Ferrari Insulted Lamborghini it Gave Birth to the World’s First SupercarAll of that money went to the family that owned Tatra at the outset. Neither Hans Ledwinka nor the actual Tatra Company saw a dime.last_img read more

Your Company Is Probably Going to Get Hacked Heres How to Protect

first_imgOctober 27, 2014 Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. This story originally appeared on Fortune Magazine Register Now » Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals 3 min read In 2014 alone, the headlines arrived with unnerving regularity: Target CEO steps down after the cyber-theft of 40 million payment card numbers; a Russia crime ring has amassed 1.2 billion name and password combinations; a cyber-attack on JPMorgan Chase could compromise the accounts of 76 million households and seven million small businesses. And that doesn’t even include the quieter drip-drip of Fortune 500 trade secrets falling into the hands of Chinese cyber-spies.With cyber-attacks weighing heavily on the mind of business leaders, I asked three leading corporate combatants who work on the front lines to offer advice to executives at this year’s Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit in Laguna Niguel.Here are three rules you need to know, offered up by General Electric chief information officer Jamie Miller, Lockheed Martin executive vice president Sondra Barbour and FedEx  FDX chief information security officer Denise Wood:Worry about your suppliers.With Fortune 500 companies heavily fortified, hackers are looking for new entry points. That means suppliers who have access to your data. Small companies are easy entry points because they don’t have the resources to keep up with sophisticated security demands. Yet they sometimes have access to their big partners’ important information, including everything from engineering plans to emails and passwords.While some suppliers are obvious targets, “it could be someone you have far down the supply stream—like Fazio Brothers’ air conditioning repair,” warns FedEx’s Wood.To combat the problem, GE has installed a single point of entry for suppliers to better monitor who comes in and out. “We’re very mindful of our perimeter,” says Miller. Lockheed’s Barbour encourages executives from corporate headquarters to “go out there and see which suppliers have [access to] the most critical data. We help shore them up.”Protect your “crown jewels.”Your company is probably going to get hacked. The velocity and complexity of hacking attempts has skyrocketed, with companies routinely facing millions of knocks on the vault door. “Invest in your security operations,” says Miller. “But then you need to take a step back and decide what’s the most important information you need to protect—and how are you going to protect that– assuming someone is already inside? What are your crown jewels—whether it’s intellectual property or financial assets or personal data?”Drop the competitive guard and schmooze.The guardians of your company’s cyber security should be encouraged to network within the industry to swap information on the latest hacker tricks and most effective defenses. “There’s a huge black market” of hackers, notes FedEx’s Wood. “The bad guys collaborate so well” – so should their victims.last_img read more

Prominent Ladysmith businessman sadly passes away

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! 62-year-old Mr Alpheus ‘Shorty’ Maepa sadly passed away on Friday morning (January 19) at Kalafong Hospital in Pretoria.The prominent Ladysmith businessman succumbed after a short illness.Mr Maepa, the owner of Shorty’s Pools, was in the pool industry for 31 years, starting off in Ladysmith. Thereafter, he spread his wings to offer his services in the wider KwaZulu-Natal area and Johannesburg as well.He is described as a loving and caring man who was always willing to help others.He will be dearly missed by all those who knew him.Shorty leaves behind 3 sons, 3 daughters and 5 grandchildren.The funeral will take place on Saturday, January 27, in his hometown of Lefiso village in Mpumalanga at 6am, thereafter leaving for the cemetery.last_img read more

Bill to transfer Telecom control advances

first_imgNo related posts. From the print editionLawmakers unanimously approved a bill in a first-round vote on Monday that would transfer control of the telecommunications industry from the Environment, Energy and Telecommunications Ministry to the Science and Technology Ministry, according to a statement on the Science and Technology Ministry’s website.“We heard about the approval of this transfer in the first debate,” Science and Technology Minister Alejandro Cruz said. “We are happy because it is a new responsibility that comes with challenges. We are ready to work immediately on the transition process.”The bill still faces one more round of discussions before being signed into law. If it is approved, it will be published in the official government newspaper La Gaceta before going into effect. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Canada With cherry trees in bloom company foreca

first_img Canada: With cherry trees in bloom, company foreca … In this ‘In Charts‘ series of mini-articles, Colin Fain of data visualization tool Agronometrics illustrates how the U.S. market is evolving. In each series, he will look at a different fruit commodity, focusing on a different origin or topic in each installment to see what factors are driving change.Looking at the information that the USDA gives us for Southern Hemispheres cherries in the U.S. markets, there are a couple of trends that I would like to write about to put this data into context and see what the upcoming season might have in store.Let’s start with the most obvious trend. We can see from the chart below that Chile used to send a lot more volume to the U.S. than they send today. As a point of reference, during the 2017-18 season, the origin exported a third of the volume they sent in 2010-11. The reasons for this can be many, but hands down the most significant is growth from the Chinese market. China has outstripped the U.S. market considerably, offering better prices even at much larger volumes.US Cherry Prices and Volumes(Source: USDA Market News via Agronometrics)The other immediately apparent trend is the volatility of the pricing, which typically begins very high in November but quickly loses ground toward the end of the season in January or February, often at half the price at which it had started.Although in the last couple of years the prices have become relatively stable, it is interesting that the decrease in volume has had a considerable impact, especially if we look at December and January, which are the months with the volume from Chile. In 2010-11, we saw the market offer US$28.67 per case in December and US$20.73 per case in January, If we look at the average monthly price of every year since, we come up with an increase of about US$10.00, with an average price of US $37.25 for December and US$31.31 in January.US Cherry Shipping Point Monthly Historical Prices(Source: USDA Market News via Agronometrics)As a reaction to this more attractive market, as well as the opportunities that are being offered from other destinations, we can see that producers from all over the world are more and more interested in commercializing their fruit in the US. In 2015 we saw a trickle of volume start to come in from New Zealand, complemented by the first shipments from Australia in 2016. The most prominent recent growth has come from Argentina, who only sent 400,000 Lbs in 2013-14 and growing by a multiple of six to 2.4 million Lbs in 2017-18.US Cherry Historic Monthly Imports from Argentina(Source: USDA Market News via Agronometrics)With the first shipments from Chile already making their way to China, it won’t be long before we begin to see cherries show up in the U.S. After a banner year last season, in which Chile exported twice the volume as the previous year, this upcoming season the origin is expecting a 15-20% drop in volume. That said, this dramatic shift in volume never manifested itself on the U.S. markets, where last season volumes did increase, but only by 20% compared to the previous season. If this proportion holds, then I would expect that we could see prices rise. However, as exporters don’t seem to tie the volume produced to the volumes commercialized in the U.S., it looks like the U.S. has become a secondary market where exporters can manage the markets, and not just be forced to sell what nature provides. If the second scenario is the case, we might well expect to see very similar prices during the U.S. season regardless of the volume produced.In our ‘In Charts’ series, we work to tell some of the stories that are moving the industry. Feel free to take a look at the other articles by clicking here.Agronometrics is a data visualization tool built to help the industry make sense of the huge amounts of data that you depend on. We strive to help farmers, shippers, buyers, sellers, movers and shakers get an objective point of view on the markets to help them make informed strategic decisions. If you found the information and the charts from this article useful, feel free to visit us at where you can easily recreate these same graphs, or explore the other 23 fruits we currently track, creating your own reports automatically updated with the latest data daily.To welcome Mango professionals to the service we want to offer a 5% discount off your first month or year with the following coupon code: CHERRIESThe code will only be good till the 13th of November 2018, so visit us today. Canada’s cherry industry suffers 50% drop in seaso … Dalian Yidu chief wins visionary award at Global C … Experts analyze biggest challenges facing Chile at … You might also be interested in October 30 , 2018 last_img read more

San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Dwight Freen

first_imgSan Diego Chargers outside linebacker Dwight Freeney (93) during the second half of an NFL football game against the Arizona Cardinals, Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) LISTEN: Bruce Arians, Cardinals head coach Your browser does not support the audio element. DE/OLB Dwight Freeney is signing a one-year deal with the #AZCardinals a source said. Still has plenty of gas in the tank. Solid addition.— Rand Getlin (@Rand_Getlin) October 12, 2015 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Freeney will serve in a designated pass-rush role for the #AZCardinals. Was extremely productive last year in limited duty (40 QB hurries).— Rand Getlin (@Rand_Getlin) October 12, 2015 Top Stories — Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) October 12, 2015Freeney, 35, is a veteran of 13 NFL seasons. He spent the last two with the San Diego Chargers, tallying four sacks. His first 11 seasons were with the Indianapolis Colts, where he was one of the most feared pass rushers in the game. He racked up 107.5 sacks while making the Pro Bowl seven times and being named an All-Pro three times.The 6-foot-1, 268-pound Freeney has spent most of his career as a defensive end, though played some linebacker with the Chargers. One of the veteran’s new teammates tweeted out his excitement over the move., as of Monday afternoon the move had not been made official, and all Cardinals coach Bruce Arians would confirm is that there were talks between the organization and Freeney and that something will probably get done one way or another in the next 48 hours.But in terms of Freeney, Arians told Bickley and Marotta on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM the veteran still has something left in the tank.“He’s still around the quarterback a lot and he gives you a lot of edge presence,” he said.Arizona may have had extra incentive to bring Freeney into the fold due to injuries sustained during Sunday’s victory over the Detroit Lions. Linebackers Kenny Demens and Alex Okafor along with safety Chris Clemons all left the game. Initial fears were Demens, who stars on special teams, suffered a torn ACL while Okafor, who led the team with eight sacks last season, suffered a right calf injury that will reportedly keep him out the next two to four weeks. However, Arians said the team has had an eye on Freeney for a while, with the player having interest in the team, too.“In talking with him even back in the summer, we had talked about maybe bringing him in, but it just was one of those things where young guys came around,” Arians said. “It wasn’t an opportunity — now there’s an opportunity.” – / 14 Comments   Share   Dwight Freeney will sign with Arizona Cardinals after passing a physical earlier today, per sources It looks like the Arizona Cardinals are adding to their pass rush. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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first_img Top Stories The Patriots have had one of the NFL’s top three records in each of the past six seasons.Belichick is the greatest coach in NFL history. It’s not even debatable at this point. Other coaches have had bigger impacts on the game thanks to innovative schemes.Carroll, who has previously headed the football programs of both collegiate and professional teams, is 93-67 as an NFL coach in a single season with the Jets, three with the Patriots and six with the Seahawks. He’s made two Super Bowl appearances, winning in 2014.No team plays harder than the Seahawks. It doesn’t matter what the score is (see: Seattle’s playoff loss in Carolina last season), Carroll’s teams never seem to give up.As for head-to-head performance, Arians is 2-4 in his career against the Carroll and the Seahawks. He lost the lone game he coached against the Pats in 2012 as the interim head coach of the Indianapolis Colts. – / 20 Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Comments   Share   One of the Valley’s most recognizable sports figures – famous for his clever quips, Kangol hats and an elite football team – was named the third-best head coach in the NFL by USA Today’s Steven Ruiz.Just a day after Ruiz called the Cardinals’ offensive personnel the second-best in the league, the man who led the Cardinals to the NFL’s second-best record in 2015 sat just behind the Seahawks’ Pete Carroll (2) and the Patriots’ Bill Belichick (1) on the columnist’s coach ranking. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelocenter_img Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians celebrates after an NFL divisional playoff football game against the Green Bay Packers, Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. The Cardinals won 26-20 in overtime. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) Is there a more aggressive coach in the league? Arians isn’t jumping on the dink-and-dunk trend most NFL offenses are now favoring. The Cardinals offense is going to attack defenses downfield and do it relentlessly. And that mindset has carried over to the defense. No team captures the personality of its coach more than Arizona. Arians also produces results. His teams have never won fewer than nine games, and that includes his 12-game stint as the Colts interim coach, when Indianapolis went 9-3.Arians is 34-14 in three seasons as the Cardinals’ head coach. He’s led Arizona to the playoffs in his past two seasons and had the NFL’s second-best record last year.As Ruiz noted above, Arians enjoys the luxury of coaching one of the most potent offenses in the league, one that led the NFL in yards in 2015. His defense, with four Pro Bowlers including Tyrann Mathieu and Patrick Peterson, was 8th in yards allowed.Belichick, meanwhile, coached a Patriots defense that just cracked the top-ten in fewest yards allowed in the NFL (5430). His offense, headlined by Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski, had the NFL’s sixth-highest yardage total (5991). He has four Super Bowl rings (’01, ’03, ’04, ’14), and is 223-113 (.664) in 21 years as an NFL head coach.last_img read more

Roads closed after night thunderstorms Update 2 similar scenes in the north

first_imgA big thunderstorm during the night caused havoc in the Nicosia and Limassol districts.Thunder, lightning and strong winds that began at about 2.20am woke Nicosia residents who watched as the heavy rain transformed some roads into rivers.“The hail was hammering down,” a Lakatamia resident said on Tuesday morning. “I thought that the hail would break my windows. There is still hail which has piled up outside.”The fire service had a busy night answering calls for help from people trapped in cars and people whose houses were flooded. They were also towing vehicles form flooded roads.It appears that no lives were in immediate danger, fire services spokesman Andreas Kettis said.“We have received dozens of calls, probably more than 150, but we haven’t counted the exact number yet,” he said. “However, some of them may not need the response of the fire services because the waters will recede.”“We prioritise and respond to the most urgent cases first.” He is urging the public not to call the services when the situation is manageable and notify them when waters have subsided.The areas mostly affected were the Nicosia city centre, Phaneromeni, Kaimakli, Aglandjia, Strovolos, Latsia and Dali.Eleven crews of the fire services responded to calls in Nicosia. Head of the services Marcos Trangolas coordinated the actions of the services from 4am, and the emergency rescue unit joined in to help at 4.30am.Several trees were uprooted in both the Nicosia and Limassol district resulting in some power cuts.In Nicosia, Larnaca and Famagusta avenues and Alexandoupolis road in Strovolos were closed to traffic. The exit of the Limassol to Nicosia motorway leading to the former Orphanides supermarket was also closed as water has accumulated on the road.Traffic lights near the former Orphanides supermarket were out of order causing traffic congestion.By 10.30am police reported that the roads have reopened but warned the public that in many areas roads are slippery and drivers are urged to drive carefully.In the Limassol district, the roads from Palodeia to Agros, Ayia Paraskevi to Agros and Laneia to Trimiklini have become dangerous because of landslides.Trees which were uprooted because of strong winds and fell down were causing problems in Trachoni, Parekklisia and Amathundas.“In Parekklisia, from a tree which fell down cables were cut and the incident was handled in cooperation with the electricity authority,” the fire spokesman said.Another tree fell at the Dipotamos bridge of the Nicosia to Limassol motorway. In this case the emergency rescue unit responded.The fire services are in contact with local authorities, the public works and police, Kettis stressed. They are also receiving updates from the met services on weather conditions.Almost identical reports of storm damage came from the north on Tuesday, especially in the Nicosia district.According to the website of Yeni Duzen, and industrial area in Nicosia was badly flooded, as were shops. In front of the Ataturk sports centre on a central avenue, a car was overturned due to  strong winds, while power was cut in many areas.The site publishes several photos of the damage. It also writes that damage was sustained by houses and shops in Kythrea village where a wall collapsed killing goats and hens that the owner had in his yard.Turkish Cypriot police announced in the morning that they had closed a major highway towards the main hospital due to flooding, and that traffic was being diverted.  There  has also been a landslide on the Kyrenia-Kythera road stretching for 500 metres and the road was closed for traffic.Damage also occurred in Rizokarpasso where homes were flooded. Emergency services said thy received 39 calls for assistance.More rain and hail is expected for Tuesday, especially in the evening, while in the Troodos mountains there could be snowfall at night. Top temperatures are forecast to be 19C in most areas and 9C in the mountains.On Thursday and Friday, it will be slightly colder, with temperatures lower than normal for early December.   You May LikeSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndoPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoInsured Nation – Auto Insurance QuotesNew Rule in Rowland Heights, California Leaves Drivers FumingInsured Nation – Auto Insurance QuotesUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoFire raging near Ayia Napa forestUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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