WINNIPEG – Manitoba Hydro has lost a bid to raise electricity rates by almost eight per cent and has been ordered to start charging a separate, lower rate in Indigenous communities.The Public Utilities Board on Tuesday approved an average rate increase of 3.6 per cent as of June 1. It also told the Crown corporation that First Nations residents in the new customer category are not to face an increase this year.The reduced rate is needed because evidence has shown 96 per cent of people living on reserves are poor and are experiencing energy poverty, the board said in its 316-page decision.“In addition, the poor housing stock on reserves in Manitoba and the fact that the vast majority of on-reserve First Nations residential customers … have no access to the more economical option of natural gas for heating exacerbate the issue of energy poverty.“The new customer class and related affordability measure of a zero per cent rate increase are also consistent with the principle of reconciliation.”The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs said the separate rate class for on-reserve homes is the first of its kind in Canada and is a victory.“This decision recognizes the hardship faced by so many First Nations living on reserve. They see Hydro dams on their territory, generating revenue and electricity for Manitoba, while leaving only devastation and unaffordable bills behind,” Grand Chief Arlen Dumas said in a written statement.Manitoba Hydro has been taking on large amounts of debt to build new generating stations in the north and an extensive transmission line to bring the energy south. Hydro has said it will be seeking rate increases of near eight per cent for the next several years to keep its finances in order.The corporation’s president, Kelvin Shepherd, said finances are tight.“At the level of debt we’re talking about, where our interest costs are going to approach about $1.3 billion on revenues of only $1.5 billion or $1.6 billion, we don’t have a lot of surplus … to pay for that debt,” Shepherd said.But the board said Hydro’s plan to raise rates in order to keep debt down was more aggressive than necessary.The board also made several recommendations to the provincial government, which Crown Services Minister Cliff Cullen said he will consider. They include:— Reducing spending on programs that encourage energy efficiency because they are not economic.— Using water rental fees and other levies that Hydro pays the province every year to subsidize energy costs for low-income earners.— Allowing Manitoba Hydro to forgo payment of $900 million in taxes and fees connected to the BiPole Three transmission line to make up for the previous NDP government’s decision to divert the line along a more costly route.There was one recommendation from the board that Cullen ruled out immediately — giving some of the province’s planned $25-a-tonne carbon tax to the utility to keep rates down. The Progressive Conservative government has already said it would use the carbon tax money to offset tax cuts to all Manitobans.Cullen said the province is facing financial challenges of its own.“The government of Manitoba is facing a $500-million deficit this year, so the government of Manitoba is in a precarious financial situation as well.”
In a statement issued by his spokesperson Mr. Ban commended all Sierra Leonean parties and their supporters “for exercising patience and restraint” during the tallying of votes in the 8 September poll, in which Ernest Bai Koroma of the All People’s Congress Party received 54.6 per cent and incumbent Vice-President Solomon Berewa of the Sierra Leone People’s Party obtained 45.4 per cent of the total valid votes cast. The final result was announced today.Mr. Ban extended his warm congratulations to Mr. Koroma and also commended the National Electoral Commission and Sierra Leone’s security agencies for the professional and efficient manner in which they performed their duties during the period, which saw two rounds of voting since neither of the top candidates received sufficient votes to be elected outright.“The Secretary-General wishes to assure the newly elected government of Sierra Leone of the continued support of the United Nations as the country continues to move towards durable political stability and sustainable economic development,” the statement concluded. The statement was echoed by the Secretary-General’s Executive Representative, Victor Angelo, who praised the statesmanship shown by Mr. Koroma and Mr. Berewa and by the outgoing President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah for “ensuring a peaceful process” during the counting period.“The elections are over,” Mr. Angelo said in his statement. “We all agree that the focus from now on is on ensuring national cohesion and unity, consolidating the gains made during the past five years and addressing the many challenges the country is still facing.”The presidential and parliamentary elections were Sierra Leone’s second since the end of the civil war in 2002, and the first since the withdrawal of the UN Mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL).Since then assistance has been channelled through the UN Integrated Office in Sierra Leone (UNIOSIL), which today announced one more example of UN aid with the handing over of audio-visual equipment and computers to the Voice of Children Project (VOC), managed by the Office.Presiding at the hand-over ceremony, UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Goodwill Ambassador Fabrienne Demal, a Belgian pop star popularly known as Axelle Red, praised the children for their courage and enthusiasm and advised them to take their newly acquired journalistic skills seriously.The Voice of Children project is regarded internationally as a highly successful communications tool for stimulating critical discussion among children in peace consolidation environments. It was launched as a non-profit public service radio facility for and by the children of Sierra Leone on the issues that affect their lives most intimately. 17 September 2007Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today pledged continuing support for Sierra Leone following the announcement of the opposition victory in presidential elections, the first since United Nations peacekeepers left in 2005 after helping to bring peace and stability to the West African country that was torn asunder by a brutal 10-year civil war.
Sprott Inc. sells diversified assets for $46M; says staff count will be halved by The Canadian Press Posted Apr 10, 2017 3:43 pm MDT Last Updated Apr 10, 2017 at 5:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – Sprott Inc. (TSX:SII) says it will cut its staff count in half to about 100 employees as it sells its Canadian diversified assets to a management group for about $46 million.The asset management firm says it has struck a deal with a group led by managers of its Sprott Asset Management subsidiary, CEO John Wilson and president James Fox.Peter Grosskopf, CEO of Sprott Inc., says the sale is designed to allow the Toronto-based company focus on its “core competencies,” which include precious metals and natural resources as it pursues global opportunities in those areas.Sprott is selling management agreements in investment funds and accounts totalling $3 billion under management and says it will enter into agreements with the buyer to provide sub-advisory services for $865 million in precious metals strategies assets.It would be left with $7.5 billion in assets under management, including the sub-advisory agreements.Sprott Inc. says employees now managing the assets being sold would continue to advise as employees of the buyer.
“The expected increase in grain output is forecast to boost inventories and push up the global stock-to-use ratio to 25.3 per cent, an even more comfortable (supply and demand) situation than predicted at the start of the season,” FAO said. Additionally, the agency did not significantly change its forecast for world cereal utilization in the coming year, which is expected to grow by 1.6 per cent, led by maize – and to some extent lower-quality wheat supplies – used as animal feed. FAO also said that its Dairy Price Index rose 8.6 per cent; the Vegetable Oil Price Index rose 7.4 per cent; the Sugar Price Index rose 2.5 per cent; and the Meat Price Index remained broadly stable, rising 0.3 per cent. On the other hand, on the back of increased cereal production expected, the FAO Cereal Price Index declined by 3.0 percent from July and is 7.4 per cent below its August 2015 level. Releasing its Food Price Index, a measure of the monthly change in international prices of a basket of food commodities, the FAO said today that the Index’s August average was 165.6 points, up 1.9 per cent from July and almost seven per cent higher compared to the corresponding period last year. “The monthly jump was mostly driven by cheese and palm oil quotations, while those for wheat, maize and rice all fell,” FAO noted in a news release today. The agency also raised its world cereal production forecast for the year to 2,566 million tonnes, up 22 million tonnes (0.85 per cent) from July projections. According to the FAO Cereal Supply and Demand Brief, also released today, the primary reason for the increase is the anticipated record global wheat harvest and a large upward revision to this year’s maize crop in the United States of America. The higher forecast of maize production has also pushed up the expected coarse grain global output for the year to around 1,329 million tonnes, some 2.1 per cent higher than in 2015, the UN agency said. It further noted that the wheat output forecast has been raised to 741 million tonnes, driven because of upward revisions to projections in Australia, India, Russia and North America. Rice production, too, is expected to hit a new record this year at almost 496 million tonnes, owing to favourable weather conditions in much of Asia and more farmers in the United States shifting to the crop.
The latest NCAP results have highlighted the safety gains made by car makers. Four cars achieved a maximum five star rating for occupant protection, and for the first time, one of those five star cars is a small family car. New models in the supermini segment, one of the most popular in the UK, also fared well with three models reaching four stars for occupant safety and two for pedestrian protection. Commenting on the news, SMMT chief executive, Christopher Macgowan said,‘These results show the continuing efforts by the automotive industry to produce safer models, and with further protective technology being engineered into vehicles we can expect this to be a continuing trend.’He continued, ‘Euro NCAP still does not recognise the full range of technology employed by car makers. Active safety measures, such as assisted braking and stability controls, are now common place and have a significant part to play in reducing casualty numbers. Active measures are not reflected in these tests.’Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)
Dean of Business Philip Kitchen, left, chats with Paul Jenkins at the Brock-organized event.Look in your wallet or purse and you’ll see Paul Jenkins’ signature on any Canadian bank notes printed since 2003.But on Nov. 4, you could see Jenkins himself — recently retired as Senior Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada — in his native St. Catharines, chatting about topics ranging from potash sales to Canada’s recovery from the Great Recession and fiscal implications of the recent U.S. elections.The occasion was a casual social event at the Quality Inn Parkway Convention Centre, organized by Brock Faculty of Business alumni and attended by about 60 people, including members of the local business community.Jenkins — who attended Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School in the 1960s before going on to become one of Canada’s most informed economists — delivered some brief remarks, answered questions and shared his thoughts on the country’s economic past and the road it must take in the future.A key reason Canada fared better than Britain or the U.S. in the recent recession is that Canada’s regulated banks are held to higher standards of stability and quality than in many other countries, he said. As the global economy continues a modest recovery, the new economic order will see more robust growth in emerging economies.But opportunities await Canada, particularly regions like Niagara, he said. They must diversify economies to identify and generate services and products that add value to what’s already being produced less expensively elsewhere.Doing that, Jenkins said, requires attracting and retaining the best and brightest people, and developing technologies that can transform traditional economies.“Think globally while acting locally,” he said. “We must develop partnerships and invest in enhancing our productivity through technology.”
The Waterloo and City line was expected to close because of the strike, but London Underground said services were running until at least the morning peak.A Transport for London spokesman said: “We’re also running trains on the vast majority of the Central line due to drivers booking on for their shifts and helping customers travel on the line.” Central line map of the expected service during the strike action. pic.twitter.com/A0GqFNeWLQ— Transport for London (@TfL) January 25, 2017 Drivers on London Underground have launched a 24-hour strike in a dispute over the “forced displacement” of staff, which will cause disruption to tube services.Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union who work on the Central line walked out at 9pm on Wednesday, hitting evening services and threatening travel misery for tens of thousands of commuters on Thursday.London Underground (LU) said there would be no service east of Leytonstone and a reduced service running on the rest of the Central line all day on Thursday. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Mick Cash, general secretary of the RMT, said: “RMT negotiators have made strenuous efforts through the Acas (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) machinery to resolve this dispute, but the door has been slammed in our faces.”If London Underground are allowed to get away with this move on the Central line they will start shunting drivers around at the drop of a hat, regardless of the consequences.”Steve Griffiths, chief operating officer of London Underground, said: “This strike is completely unnecessary.”Like any responsible transport authority we regularly examine how we can provide the best possible service to customers and to achieve this sometimes we need to move staff from locations where they are under-utilised to the places where they are really needed.”We have agreements with the trade unions that enable us to do this. “Following a review on the Central line we identified eight train drivers on the east end of the line where there is not enough work for them and we have asked them to move to another line where their work would make a real difference and help give our customers a better service.” The @wlooandcity line is currently running a good service despite strike action. Please check before you travel: https://t.co/PsXmZ1mXmI— Transport for London (@TfL) January 26, 2017
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Fader Media has appointed Angela Williams to the newly-created position of advertising director. Previously, Williams served as an account manager at About.com and CondéNet, and most recently served at Stereogum/BuzzMedia.Deborah Needleman was named editor-in-chief of WSJ. magazine, replacing founding editor Tina Goudin, who recently signed on to write a monthly column for the magazine published by Wall Street Journal Europe. Formerly, Needleman served as founding editor of Condé Nast’s shuttered Domino magazine. New York magazine appointed Jennifer Miller as photography director. Miller most recently served as photography director at Cosmopolitan.Harper’s Magazine acting editor Ellen Rosenbush was officially named editor, replacing Roger Hodge. Before stepping up as acting editor earlier this year, Rosenbush served managing editor, a title she held since 1989. Consumer health and wellness publisher MediZine promoted Michael Cunnion CEO, succeeding co-founder Traver Hutchins, who is transitioning to chairman. Previously, Cunnion served as president.Jeff Ditmire was named director of strategic partnerships at M Magazine, which also promoted vice president of global partnerships Valarie Anderson to vice president and group publisher. Ex-Hollywood Reporter marketing director Vicki Robles was named West Coast executive director of the T.J. Martell Foundation, which funds innovative medical research to help find cures for leukemia, cancer and AIDS.Content management and advertising systems firm Atex promoted Alan Reardon to CEO. Previously, Reardon served as COO.
The state’s Department of Economic Development is trying to clarify the status of on-site cannabis consumption in Alaska.Listen nowA vote yesterday by the Marijuana Control Board in Juneau shot down a proposal that would have allowed for Dutch style marijuana cafes.But in a press release Thursday (Feb. 2), DED clarified this isn’t a permanent ban at using marijuana inside permitted retail locations.The Department is encouraging retail shops that are interested in allowing customers to use on site to continue filing the relevant paperwork.There’s no details yet on an alternative proposal regulating on-site consumption set to go before the control board, or a timeline for when regulations might be finished.
Gold imports in November surged six-fold to $5.61 billion, sending the trade deficit for the month to an 18-month high of $16.86 billion and triggered fresh concerns over current account deficit. ReutersThe country imported gold worth $836 million in November last year.Trade Secretary Rajeev Kher on Tuesday called the increase “phenomenal” and termed the development as a cause of “concern,” adding that the government will watch the impact from a recent easing of gold import rules. The November data was released on Monday.November gold imports are also 34% higher than the $4.1 billion of October this year.It may be recalled that in November the government decided to scrap a rule which mandated 20% export of all gold imported into the country. The increase in gold imports has widened the current account deficit and has seen the rupee fall to a 13-month low of 63.54 to the dollar.
Farhad HossainAn Awami League leader was shot to death by unidentified people in the capital’s Uttar Badda area on Friday afternoon.AB Siddique, officer-in-charge of Gulshan police station, said Farhad Hossain, 50, general secretary of Badda union Awami League, was sprayed with bullets as he came out of Baitus Salam-Jam-e-Mosque after offering juma prayers, reports UNB.Farhad sustained bullet wounds in his head and chest. He was taken to United Hospital where doctors declared him dead.A witness to the incident said two criminals riding a motorcycle came to the spot and opened fire on him.Police could not unearth the reason behind the killing and track down the killers immediately.Meanwhile, criminals opened fire on police at Gudaraghat check-post on Badda-Gulshan Link Road while passing the area by a CNG-run auto-rickshaw after the murder.Police assumed that those who took part in the killing mission attacked them while fleeing, the OC said.
.A special conference has held Farakka barrage and Galzaldoba dam constructed by India responsible for monsoon flooding in Bangladesh.The findings of the January conference, made public on Monday, said the dams constructed in the upstream rivers have put serious detrimental effects on the rivers and ecology in Bangladesh.Bangladesh Paribesh Andolon (BAPA) and Bangladesh Environment Network (BEN) jointly organised the special conference titled ‘Flood, Water Logging and Landslide’ with the participation of local and international experts on 12-13 January this year in Dhaka.As much as 71 papers were presented by 80 environment experts in 15 sessions of the conference.The organisers of the conference – BAPA and BEN – disclosed the 59 points of findings at a press conference at the Dhaka Reporters’ Unity in the capital on Monday.“The recent flood has once again proved that we are yet to find any solution to the flood problems of the country,” said BAPA joint secretary Iqbal Habib.The conference suggests that Bangladesh should immediately sign the 1997’s Convention on the Law of the Non-Navigational Uses of International Watercourses of the United Nations.Habib said the conference also asked Bangladesh to inspire India and other neighbouring countries to sign the convention to ensure fair shares of international waters for Bangladesh.“We must not blindly follow the prescription of foreign experts and aid groups regarding the policy of rivers and waters,” observed the experts, as quoted by Habib, adding, “We must learn from the past mistakes.”They suggested that the government should involve local people in repairing and maintaining flood control infrastructures.He said the conference expressed its concern over indiscriminate construction of infrastructures in the hill tracts, deforestation, hill cutting and unauthorised human settlement and agricultural activities in the hill tracts.The conference observed that the reason of the most of the landslides in the CHT region in July 2017, which claimed more than 130 lives, was a manmade one.The conference also expressed its concerns over the increasing risk of deforestation created due to the migration of Rohingya people.Water-logging problem in Dhaka and other cities has worsened because of indiscriminate construction on dams on riverbanks around the capital.Vice president of BAPA M Firoze Ahmed, secretary general Md Abdul Matin, Dhaka representative of BEN Mahmudur Rahman and central member of BAPA Ruhin Hussain Prince were also present at the programme.
Fashionable DC heroines and Queenpin Harley Quinn will make their debut in the upcoming Birds of Prey film.On Monday, a Birds of Prey teaser was published on YouTube, which revealed the Queenpin’s trendy makeover and introduced key DC female superheroes, including Black Canary and Huntress. The movie, which stars Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Margot Robbie, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, will hit theaters on February 7, 2020.Dubbed “See You Soon,” the teaser features clips of Quinn, Black Canary, Huntress, and other DC characters, including villain Black Mask and Gotham City detective Renee Montoya, all dressed up in fashionable attire. It’s hard not to notice Quinn’s style transformation: She’s seen sporting a sparkly jacket, compared to the shorts and ripped tights she wore in Suicide Squad.Today, Robbie also surprised fans on Instagram with Quinn’s trendy makeover. Her post, which has generated more than 2,000,000 likes already, is captioned, “Miss me? HQ.” But, what’s Quinn up to these days? According to IMDb, Birds of Prey will highlight Quinn’s post-breakup life. After she ends her relationship with The Joker, Quinn, Black Canary, and Huntress team up to save Cassandra Cain from a criminal master. Until next year, we’ll have to wait to see what’s in store for Quinn and her chic superhero-meets-vigilante squad.More on Geek.com:MovieBob’s 15 Most Anticipated Movies of 2019‘Beetlejuice,’ ‘The Warriors’ Get the Waxwork Records Treatment‘Black Panther’ Best Picture Nod Brings Oscars Into MCU Stay on target Vintage Shelf: Spike Lee Brings the Heat in ‘Do The Right Thing…Top Movie and TV Trailers You Might Have Missed This Week
Stay on target Well the “secret” is finally out. Not too long ago Respawn Entertainment apparently had a bunch of influencers play its new game, a battle royale called Apex Legends set in the developer’s Titanfall universe. Details promptly began to leak like the game’s free-to-play model, its lack of the mechs that give Titanfall its character in the first place, and the game’s forthcoming reveal this very Monday.And it was all true! Apex Legends is real and you can see it for yourself right here. Or play it right now.After a very long teaser stream showing off the empty map players battle it out on, we finally saw it. Respawn fully revealed Apex Legends and how hopefully its new hero abilities wedded to the sheer joy of Titanfall’s on-foot first-person shooter combat and mobility will help this multiplayer fight to the death stand out even if there aren’t giant robots in it. For the subset of Titanfall fans who don’t even like the robots this must be music to their weird ears.But yes Apex Legends is a battle royale, so it’s about players competing to be the last ones standing in a genre everyone seems to love except me, from Fortnite children to Call of Duty fans to Red Dead Online cowboys to PUBG veterans. And given Titanfall’s history of critical acclaim but soft sales, pivoting it to the most popular, most streamable type of game out there right now seems smart for Respawn, now fully owned by EA. The free-to-play models expands its potential reach even more, although Respawn promises payments are for cosmetics only.How does it look though? Despite the Titanfall connection (Apex Predators are a mercenary faction in previous games and this bloodsport is a hobby of theirs) Apex Legends looks more like a battle royale take on Overwatch. Instead of generic soldiers, players control specific legendary characters with colorful personalities and unique weaponry, but no wall-running?There’s a cheery robot with a grappling hook and a lady who phases between dimensions. One guy uses hologram projections while another wears one of those dope plague doctor masks. Players also apparently have to play in squads, so picking characters with complementary skills and a leader who can land in prime loot territory is part of the strategy. These characters are so important that there are even methods, however risky, for reviving them in the middle of the battle even after death.Although there’s nothing stopping us from playing it right now on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, there are still questions to be asked about Apex Legends. Can it co-exist with EA’s other big multiplayer shooter out soon Anthem? Will we ever get an actual Titanfall 3 after Respawn wraps up the one EA Star Wars game still alive? And does all this Apex Legends news just make you want to play Titanfall 2 again, too? That game was great! Its endlessly creative campaign was a Game of the Year all on its own. More people should’ve played it. There’s still time. Trade In Your Nintendo Switch For a Better Battery (With a Catch)Get Used to ‘Fortnite’s’ Powerful Mech Suits
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