Annette Francis APTN National NewsFor decades, the community of Grassy Narrows in northwestern Ontario has been battling mercury contamination on their land, in their water and food sources.According to band members and politicians, its time the federal government step up their game.
Rabat – With 30 percent of Maroc Telecom’s ownership belonging to the Moroccan government, the company has long been heavily influenced by the state. This is despite the fact that 53 percent of the company is owned by Etisalat, a company based in the United Arab Emirates.However, Maroc Telecom has recently announced that the Moroccan government would be selling up to eight percent of its stake in the telecom operator, thus reducing the Moroccan government’s ownership to 22 percent.The company has also announced that within the next few weeks, a public offering for the stakes will be put up on the Casablanca Stock Exchange. In 2018, the Moroccan government suffered from a significant budget deficit of 3.8 percent of the country’s GDP, with this number expected to hit 3.7 percent of GDP for 2019. As a result, the government has planned to pursue a government privatization initiative to increase the state budget by up to $633 million by 2019, in an attempt to lower the deficit to 3.3 percent.The sale of Maroc Telecom shares is only the first part of this initiative, with the government also planning to sell the La Mamounia hotel in Marrakech and the Tahaddart power plant in northern Morocco.Read also: Analyst: Morocco to Consider Selling ONDA, ONCF After Maroc Telecom
The police have issued an alert for a wanted conman who has been involved in fraudulent activities by telephoning people saying he is a top government officer.Police headquarters said that the man, identified as Indika Bandara, had been telephoning people from the mobile number 0775452720 from different parts of the country. However, while out on bail, he had failed to appear in Court and a warrant was issued to arrest him. The police subsequently began to received information that he was telephoning people and was involved in fraudulent activities.The police urged the public to telephone 119 if they have any information regarding this individual. He was arrested last year and a case was filed against him at the Kegalle Magistrate’s Court.
Malisa Kurtz’s study of science fiction stretches beyond looking at a genre of books and film.She’s interested in how science fiction relates to globalization, technology, postcolonialism and social justice. She wants to know how it can be used to bring people together to imagine a less exploitative future, specifically in the global South.Kurtz was able to explore science fiction across many faculties through Brock University’s Interdisciplinary Humanities PhD program.This spring, she was the first graduate of the program, which was launched in 2011.“Science fiction studies is a field that doesn’t really fit anywhere,” she says. “It crosses into science and technology, English, philosophy, ethics and history.”Kurtz said the Interdisciplinary Humanities program opened doors for her across the university and allowed her to connect with a variety of different professors and researchers.“The program gives you so much flexibility,” she says. “You get to shape your own study.”Kurtz, who grew up in Thailand and Texas, did her master’s in Popular Culture at Brock. She said the professors and mentors she’s worked with over the years have changed her life.“I’m more well rounded as a person and my scholarship is also more well rounded,” she says.Callie LongCallie Long began her PhD studies last fall. Her research interest lays in the trauma associated with the stigma of living with HIV and AIDS and particularly how that is represented in testimonial literature.Long is a communications specialist and journalist who has spent years as an HIV advocate and activist. She has worked in media training, specifically in the area of HIV and AIDS to help educate journalists on how to use language that won’t further stigmatize the disease.“I wanted to go beyond my discipline, essentially social sciences; I needed to go deeper,” Long says. “For me interdisciplinary study of HIV/AIDs is critical and important.“I thought carefully about Humanities as a course of study. The Humanities allow us to ask fundamental questions of what it is to be human. That’s the whole question that I keep coming back to especially in confronting particular epidemics like HIV and Ebola. These are two diseases that come pre-loaded with moral judgments.”Grant Yocom has watched the program evolve from day one as part of the original cohort.Grant Yocom“I see the program as unfinished and that’s what attracted me,” he says. “As it grows it will reflect the inquiries that it has supported. The questions we ask now will help to shape the program that it becomes.”Yocom is finishing his thesis that focuses on deindustrializing cities, such as the rustbelt communities of his hometown of Windsor and neighbouring Detroit. His research looks at the role of urban social movements in proposing innovative methods to meet the needs of under-served communities.“The study of anything takes up various perspectives. The goal is to see not just with one set of eyes but with many eyes. You could not do that from a discipline silo – it requires many perspectives,” says Yocom, who has a master’s degree in Philosophy from Brock and lectures at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.• with files from Heather JunkeKurtz was a runner up in Brock’s 2016 3MT contest, here’s a look at her presentation:
Seequent, a developer of revolutionary visual data science software, has released Central 2.0 – an advanced central management platform for an organisation’s entire geological modelling activity that connects geology teams and company executives to insights and data not previously available to improve geological risk management.Central was developed for use with Seequent’s Leapfrog® 3D geological modelling software as part of the company’s collaborative industry development process to better meet future needs in the mining and minerals, civil engineering, environmental and geothermal energy industries.Shaun Maloney, CEO of Seequent, says: “The critical importance of managing geological risk has been demonstrated by many recent high profile project failures. We’re laser focussed on helping companies to get on the front foot to manage their geological risks – by effectively communicating this to project stakeholders, and enabling robust risk management plans to be developed.”Seequent has worked with dozens of organisations in each of its core sectors over the past six years to better understand how to help shift each industry to where it needs to be. It has backed this with multi-million-dollar investments in product R&D to extend the company’s overall capability.Maloney says in today’s increasingly complex business environment, organisations are often running multiple projects at the same time and often from different locations, creating a huge amount of geological data that they need to rely on for important investment and environmental decisions.“Ultimately it’s about providing the insight and confidence organisations need to make time critical business decisions about their earth, environment and energy challenges. By enabling people to see stories within the most up to date data – it builds up a whole picture for projects – for example, allowing people to see sustainable ways of extracting value, or greater opportunities for clean energy. This provides a competitive advantage that delivers straight to the bottom line,” he says.Central was initially developed in collaboration with the Mining and Minerals industry, to provide a single source of truth for geological model risk management. The Civil Engineering, Environmental and Geothermal Energy industries have been pivotal in helping make Central 2.0 a truly cross-industry solution.Uranium major Cameco Exploration Central, a key development collaborator, is rolling out Central organisation-wide to centralise and standardise all active exploration projects, research and generative 3D data as part of a broader plan to digitise its business.Director of Information, Mike McClelland, says: “We operate in a very competitive market and our people have to find ways to be innovative to continue to build competitive advantage. Central allows us to seamlessly collect, process, interrogate and visualise data in a live environment – which is a big shift forward for our industry, from the Stone Age to the Digital Age. It’s more than just the geoscience data that’s residing in the one place though, it’s about diligence. Rather than going through three layers of people to understand what one person’s doing it’s the click of a button.” Central was designed to enable better collaboration between project teams and stakeholders and give a clear understanding about what’s changed in a project over time and why. Matt Carter, GIS/Database Manager for Barkerville Gold in Western Canada, says: “With up to 10 drills turning, we have many geologists needing access to the latest central project with the most current models and data. Central improves collaboration between all of our drill geos and our resource and modelling geos and ensures that the project they’re accessing is the best version of the data.”Cristobal Valenzuela Millas, Senior 3D Geo Modeller at the small exploration company Quantum Pacific Exploration Chile (QPXC), says: “Central is helping our non-modellers to get closer to the modelling process by being able to peer review the models, and by being able to use those models to make important project decisions.”Jonas Weil, Engineering Geologist for Elea-IC group, one of Slovenia’s largest private engineering and consulting firms, says: “For civil engineering projects, Central offers something that we know from mining business and BIM design: A platform for exchange and versioning control of our models, but also a very effective tool for communication and visualisation of the latest factual data. It connects our site geos with the back-office staff and allows us to provide the latest results from site investigation, geological documentation and model updates straight forward to designers and reviewers.”
2011 has been a tad rough so far for Sony. If it’s not coping with yet another network breach, the company is probably busy preparing itself for hack-related litigation. Following the massive PSN and Qriocity incident, Sony was targeted by lawsuits around the globe. Now Sony’s being taken to task once again, this time facing allegations that it not only ignored signs of increased risk to its networks, but also that it made matters worse by laying off members of its network security team.Prior to the very public attacks that began back in April, Sony had fallen victim to several less-noteworthy attacks. And while you would hope a company of Sony’s stature would respond to such things by battening down the hatches to secure the data of millions of loyal customers, Sony had other things on its mind. Priority was given to securing its own confidential corporate data, on which this new lawsuit alleges the company spent lavishly. There’s no crime in protecting trade secrets, of course, but when you’re aware that people are actively trying to breach your network it seems a tad irresponsible to lay off staff who are in charge of security. Yet that’s precisely what Sony did.AdChoices广告While specific numbers aren’t mentioned in the court documents, a “confidential witness” asserts that Sony laid off a large percentage of the Sony Entertainment Online workforce — including a number of personnel from its Network Operations Center. These, of course, were the very same people who were tasked with preventing and responding to network security issues. In hindsight, that probably doesn’t look like a very smart decision — if only for PR reasons. But then again, this is the same company whose CEO said the PSN hack was just a hiccup, so maybe Sony really just didn’t get it.Does anybody with some coding skill want to do Sony a solid and whip up some kind of content-hiding tool for breach-related news like the ones which make Justin Bieber references disappear from the Web?More at Reuters
Despina Arvanitaki spent her first month in Australia crying. “I had just realised what I had done; I had come to a country where I was alone, I couldn’t find a cafe open after 4pm and I had to present myself to a new workplace, where I was supposed to speak in Enlgish,” she remembers. The workplace in question is ANZ, one of Australia’s ‘big four’ banks. And “what she had done” was – and is – any young economics graduate dream; a six month internship, through the Hellenic Initiative. A program she signed up for, without second thought, grasping an opportunity as soon as it presented itself.After a degree in accounting and finance at the University of Macedonia in Thessaloniki, and a masters degree in Banking, Despina signed up for the Regeneration program, that liaises graduates with businesses in Greece. It is through Regeneration that she found out about the Hellenic Initiative and the intership program.“I was hoping to start another masters abroad and I was looking for an internship in the meantime before the next schoolyear started,” she remembers. “So I thought it would be a great opportunity. I lodged an application, which was approved, I was chosen, did an interview with ANZ and so I came to Australia. I didn’t really think much about it.”Hence her initial shock. “I was constanly asking myself: ‘what have I done?’ On top of everything, I had trouble finding a house, I was facing other challenges, and I missed my family. I would constantly call them after work, making it feel like I was there.”Soon, things changed; she became accustomed, she made friends – mostly Greeks – and enjoyed her independence. At the end of the six month long internship, the prospect of going back to Greece filled her with mixed feelings. “It is strange to wake up one day after six months of going to work and not knowing what to do,” she says.Looking back, Despina values the importance of this experience and acknowledges that she had not made through the first challenging month, had it not been for her job.“At first, when I didn’t know anyone here, it was work that sustained me, it became a very important part of my life here,” she says.“I had a great time, I loved what I was doing – much more than I had anticipated – and the workplace was fantastic.”What she was doing was work as a credit analyst for the research and analysis team of the bank’s institutional department. This gave her unique insight in the difference of the Australian economy, compared to what’s happening in Europe. “The industry is different here, there is a much larger agribusiness sector, not to mention the role of property development.”She can’t stress how important this experience was for her. “I may only be 24 years old, but I feel very confident as a professional. I realised that I can really put to use all that I have learned in Uni, and I have gained significant insight in how the sector works internationally.”This was not the first internship for Despina, who had also worked for an international bank in Greece, which was a completely different – and disappointing – experience. Despite adding to her CV, it amounted to nothing more than “staring at a computer screen” for a few hours every day. “I did not learn anything,” she says, expressing her disappointment.By comparison, her experience in ANZ was the exact opposite. “They made me feel part of the team from the very beginning,” she says. “They were all aware of my situation, that I had come all the way from Greece through this program, but I think it’s part of the mentality, this team spirit, where everyone is helping each other.”She will miss this, she says. But most of all she will miss her independence. “Being alone in a foreign country changes you. I feel that this experience helped me grow up.”And she knows that she’s up for a challenge. “I love Greece, it’s been hard to be far from Greece, but when you want to at least try do something with your career you can’t stay there; things in Greece are very difficult. I was aware of it before coming to Australia and I see how things are for my friends. Those of them who have a job, work 10 and 11 hours a day to earn about 400 euros per month; they rely on their parents to make ends meet. And the worst thing is that they make you feel like they are doing you a favour, you never get validation.”That, she says, is the biggest difference between the Greek and Australian workplace. “In Australia, if you are good at your work, you always get praise for it, every day. They will give you more responsibility, they will make you understand that you can do it, and that gives you the boost to become even better. It is a huge thing to feel appreciated at your job.”Companies interested in finding out more about the THi Australian Internship Program can go to https://au.thehellenicinitiative.org/what-we-do/thi-australian-internship-program/ or contact email@example.com. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Original story by Liz RuskinListen Now The U.S. Interior Department has announced its new five-year plan for oil and gas leasing in federal waters, and it does not include any new lease sales in the Arctic. The plan calls for one lease sale for northern Cook Inlet, in 2021.Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, in a written statement, said the department was forgoing lease sales in the Beaufort and Chukchi due to the “unique and challenging Arctic environment and industry’s declining interest in the area.”The decision is a boon for environmental groups. They’ve lobbied the administration to exclude the Arctic from the five-year lease plan, which runs from 2017 to 2022.Advocates for oil development say the exclusion of Arctic lease sales sends a bad message to industry and makes it harder to include the Arctic in future five-year plans.Technically, Congress could overturn this lease plan, but it will be a tough sell for lawmakers who like the 10 Gulf of Mexico lease sales the plan calls for.This is a breaking story. Check back for more details. Shell’s Noble Discoverer rig, in Unalaska in 2012. (KUCB-Unalaska file photo)UPDATE: 3:24 p.m. by Rachel Waldholz and Liz RuskinListen Now The Obama administration has removed the Arctic Ocean from any new oil and gas leasing for the next five years.The Interior Department announced its new plan for offshore leasing Friday morning.The plan does not include any new lease sales in the Beaufort or Chukchi Seas off Alaska — which had been included in an earlier draft.It does include one lease sale in northern Cook Inlet, in 2021.In a written statement, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said the department is forgoing lease sales in the Beaufort and Chukchi due to the “unique and challenging Arctic environment and industry’s declining interest in the area.”In the year since Shell abandoned its effort to drill in the region, several companies have given up offshore leases they already held.The decision is a win for environmentalists, who have pushed to place the Arctic off-limits to drilling because of the potential effect on climate change and the risk of a possible oil spill.Niel Lawrence, with Natural Resources Defense Council, said it would take a decade or more to produce oil from the Arctic.“We’ll be in a world that does not need that oil, that has moved on from fossil fuels,” Lawrence said. “Flooding the world with more oil could really hurt efforts to contain climate change and keep it from being really disastrous.”But the decision was blasted by industry groups and Alaska’s elected officials. Governor Bill Walker released a statement saying he is “disappointed.” Sen. Lisa Murkowski called the decision short-sighted.“You’ve got a decision that effectively is going to send all of the benefits of production overseas,” Murkowski said. “It’s stunning. And, I don’t know. I’m frustrated.”Her view was echoed by Lucas Frances of the Arctic Energy Center, a partnership between the Alaska Oil and Gas Association and the Independent Petroleum Association of America. He said the U.S. is missing an opportunity to project strength in the Arctic.“The U.S. has that opportunity to be a leader in this space,” Frances said. “But in removing Arctic leases, the potential sale of Arctic leases, it removed the investments that could be made down the road.”Meanwhile, the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation released a statement saying the decision “cripples” North Slope communities’ ability to pursue economic development. In a speech at the Resource Development Council conference in Anchorage earlier this week, CEO Rex Rock, Sr., said removing the possibility of new Arctic exploration ignores local voices.“Slamming the door shut on opportunity does nothing to help my region or my people, either now, or in the future,” Rock said.The decision would be difficult for the incoming Trump administration to immediately undo. Replacing the plan would require going through much of the public process again, likely taking years.Meanwhile, environmentalists are holding out hope for a more permanent withdrawal of Arctic waters from oil and gas leasing, under a special section of the law. That’s a separate decision, which would come from the White House.Elizabeth Harball contributed to this report.
Heroin packets in a Colombo flat. File PhotoDuring recent investigations by Sri Lanka’s enforcement agencies, so far 6 Bangladeshis have been found involved in drug smuggling there. On 31 December the Sri Lankan police had mentioned three Bangladeshis were involved in drug trafficking, including one woman. They are being held in custody in Colombo.Three more Bangladeshis have now been named as part of the drug smuggling scam. All three of them are women.The Sri Lankan authorities have informed Bangladesh than these Bangladeshi nationals have been travelling between Dhaka, Colombo and Kuala Lumpur. Sri Lanka’s law enforcement agencies believe that more Bangladeshis are likely to be involved in this smuggling.According to Colombo’s immigration authorities, the three Bangladeshi women are Shaheena Akhter, Rehana Akhter and Tania.Shaheena Akhter has visited Colombo at least 10 times between 30 March 2017 and 16 December 2018. She sometimes travelled from Kuala Lumpur to Colombo and then back to Dhaka or, at times, back to Kuala Lumpur.Or sometimes it was from Dhaka to Colombo and back to Dhaka. During those 19 moths she basically travelled around these three destinations by either Sri Lankan Airlines or Malinda Air.The Sri Lankan authorities informed the Bangladesh high commission in Colombo that Shaheena Akhter was in regular contact over phone with a Bangladeshi in Australia. She is not in Sri Lanka at present and they do not know the present whereabouts of the other two women.Sri Lanka’s largest drug haul in the country’s recent history was last month, on 31 December. Two Bangladeshis were caught and arrested in the haul – Mohammed Jamaluddin of Bogura and Dewan Rafiul Islam of Joypurhat. When caught during the operation by the Sri Lankan police in Mount Lavinia in the suburbs of Colombo, they had 272 kgs of heroin and 5 kgs of cocaine in their possession, amounting to around 1.52 billion taka in worth. The flat where the huge drug haul was recovered had been rented for a year by Shaheena Akhter in January 2018.Previously, on 15 December last year, a Bangladeshi woman named Surjomoni had been arrested with 32 kgs of heroin from the same area in Colombo’s suburbs.In the meantime, Sri Lanka’s Special Task Force (STF) interrogated Rafiul Islam on 3 January in presence of a Bangladeshi diplomat.Before being caught in Sri Lanka, on 12 August 2017 Jamaluddin had been arrested in Bangladesh by Bogura district police detective branch (DB) in the town’s Rupkatha Housing area with 30 yaba tablets. He was charged under the narcotics control act and the case remains under trial in the Bogura court.After Prothom Alo published news on 2 January of Jamaluddin’s arrest in Colombo, police searched his house in Bogura.The Bangladeshi woman in Sri Lankan policy custody had told them during interrogations that she could only understand Bangla. However, it was later discovered she also could speak in English and Singhalese.Meanwhile in Bangladesh, the Foreign Ministry has called for an inter-ministerial meeting on Sunday to discuss what is to be done about the involvement of Bangladeshis in Sri Lankan drug trafficking.
The Ministry of Tribal Affairs recently launched the ‘Punch Tantra’ collection to promote tribal artefacts and named world boxing champion Mary Kom as the brand ambassador of ‘Tribes India’ – an initiative to promote tribal artefacts.The Punch Tantra range promoted by the Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India (TRIFED) includes handlooms and handicrafts which will be promoted by Kom. The event was graced by the Minister of State for Tribal Affairs Jaswantsinh Sumanbhai Bhabhor, Deepak Khandekar, Secretary (Tribal affairs) and the Managing Director Pravir Krishna. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfDuring the launch function, Mary Kom said, such initiatives would bring a great change in the lives of the tribal people, socially and economically.Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram said that the probable potential of TRIFED was much more than many other public sector units and if utilised properly, it may become a game changer in the Indian economy.Union Minister for Tribal Affairs commended the efforts of TRIFED for promoting tribal products through the network of Tribes India Showrooms, Aadi Mahotsavs/exhibitions and various e-commerce platforms namely, Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal and GeM which provide a window to national and international markets. TRIFED achieved a record sale of Rupees 20 crores during the last year and Rupees 7.83 crores during current financial year till August 2018, which is an increase of 109% over the sales made in the corresponding period during the last Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsivefinancial year.Minister also informed about the Minimum Support Price and Value Addition Scheme titled “Vandhan” for Minor Forest Produces which has now been extended to all states and under which value addition has been given high priority.The Minister of State for Tribal affairs Jaswantsinh Sumanbhai Bhabhor commended the efforts of team TRIFED, who have during last year achieved milestones in terms of purchase, sales, MSP for MFPs and Vandhan.The Secretary, Tribal Affairs stated that the TRIFED needs to strengthen these institutional arrangements and continue to work for the betterment of tribal artisans.The Managing Director, TRIFED, Pravir Krishna extended vote of thanks and assured that all out efforts shall be made for increasing livelihood opportunities of tribal artisans and tribal entrepreneurs across the country.
News | February 24, 2009 McKesson Launches Pilot Program to Decrease Costs of Uncompensated Care News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. 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McKesson’s service focuses on decreasing the amount of uncompensated care that health systems provide in the ED and inside the hospital by finding patients with chronic medical needs and working with them to receive outpatient primary care through a medical home. Outcomes include improving quality of medical care, better disease control, a reduction in overall costs, and more appropriate utilization of hospital resources. “Through our Uncompensated Care Management Program we decrease the need for high cost, high risk uninsured patients to use the hospital for medical care. We assist these patients by helping them locate and use more appropriate healthcare resources,” said Ricardo Guggenheim, M.D., vice president, Care Management Strategy, McKesson Health Solutions. McKesson’s Uncompensated Care Management Program focuses on: • Analyzing and identifying uncompensated care opportunities to manage; • Reducing uncompensated losses in the emergency department and inpatient settings; • Lowering readmission rates and improving outcomes for the recently discharged; • Improving quality; • Eliminating gaps in care; and • Generating return-on-investment. The service helps health systems decrease the amount of uncompensated care through several strategies: – Data supplied through case finding and assessment using McKesson software and triage services helps the CareAdvisor staff identify high cost, high risk patients – including those with documented chronic diseases and very high use of hospital resources within the past year – who will be actively managed. – McKesson works with the health system to establish a medical home with primary care providers. 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