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Nunavut minister steps down

first_imgAPTN National NewsFred Schell, Nunavut’s cabinet minister of nothing, stepped down yesterday just before members of the legislative assembly were set to vote for his removal.It was months ago that Schell was stripped of his cabinet roles, but not the position or salary. Schell had previously been found guilty of violating the Integrity Act six times, fined $10,000, but in his seven months as a minister without a portfolio, he continued to pocket a minister’s salary.After a lengthy statement, Schell stepped down.APTN National News reporter Kent Driscoll has been following this story.last_img

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Accountability key to meeting national gender equality goals says UN report

20 February 2009Strengthening accountability for commitments made by governments will be vital to achieving gender equality and women’s rights, according to a new report released today by the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM). “The actions of those in power need to be reviewed and made accountable to women,” Hanny Cueva-Beteta, Data and Statistics Specialist with UNIFEM, stressed today at the launch in Monrovia, Liberia, of the agency’s flagship publication, Progress of the World’s Women 2008/2009.The report, entitled “Who Answers to Women? Gender and Accountability,” pointed to vast gaps in accountability between men and women, which lead to weakened participation of women in the formal sector, according to a news release issued by UNIFEM.Ms. Cueva-Beteta said that in areas such as conflict mediation, women’s priorities are silenced and war crimes committed against them are often not prosecuted.In both national governments and multilateral organizations, accountability systems need to be changed and oriented to answer to women, if commitments to gender equality are to move from rhetoric to results, she stated.“It is time to move from lip-service to real results,” she said, adding that commitments made by governments should be accompanied by funding and planning. There is still a long way to go in that regard, she noted, given that women are outnumbered 4 to 1 in legislatures around the world; over 60 per cent of all unpaid family workers globally are women; and about one-third of women suffer gender-based violence during their lives. Also speaking at the launch, Liberia’s President, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, highlighted some of achievements made in her country towards women’s empowerment. They include the establishment of a special “Criminal Court E,” dedicated to gender-based violence crimes with an emphasis on rape, and an empowerment programme, funded by the Nike Foundation, for 1,500 adolescent girls. There is also the Sirleaf Market Women’s Fund, which the President set up to support girls’ education and improving markets for women. Ms. Johnson-Sirleaf thanked UNIFEM for its efforts in getting countries to make greater commitments towards the empowerment of women and implored those at the launch to “join hands at all levels and work together for the enhancement of women as a means of acting towards the development of society as a whole.” read more

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TAP changes the world through art

This mural was created by the participants of the 2011 TAP India Pilot Project Program under the creative direction of visual artist Jamez Townsend. The mural depicts the past, present and future of the Bhopal Gas Disaster as seen through the eyes of the participants. It is both a reflection, and constructive reminder of the horrors that took place that night.“Be the change you wish to see in the world” is a popular mantra spoken by Mahatma Gandhi. While many understand the importance of this phrase, it’s sometimes difficult to follow through and actually be the change.One Brock grad embodies the mantra as she makes a difference in the world, one art project at a time. Rox Chwaluk (BA ’09, BEd ’10) is a co-founder, and the volunteer co-ordinator for Turn Around Projects of the Arts (TAP), a not-for-profit organization with the mission to create and maintain integrated arts projects, which promote reciprocal exchange in order to impact and strengthen communities. Since its inaugural year in 2007, TAP has organized seven successful programs in four countries (Jamaica, Japan, Canada and India). More than 600 people have participated.Rox ChwalukBrock University has also recognized Chwaluk’s contributions to society. She was one of the first persons to be featured in the Both Sides of the Brain campaign.TAP’s pilot project was held in Jamaica in July 2007 when 18 students created an integrated arts program for more than 100 Jamaican participants. The members of TAP believe that art is everywhere, everyone is an artist and that the process of creating art is just as important as the product. Although TAP uses six mediums (theatre, music, dance, visual art, creative writing and photography), art forms like skateboarding, knitting and juggling are encouraged. Everyone has an art skill and TAP will find a way to incorporate it into the programming.TAP also created a two-tiered Education Fund, which provides opportunities to TAP participants to further their skills as artists in a post secondary setting (Scholarship Fund) and gain real job experiences during their programs (Mentorship Fund). TAP has been very successful in providing a positive experience for participants, so much in fact, that the participants are beginning to facilitate some of the workshops provided. Turn Around Projects of the Arts has proved that participating in art programs empowers people, causing them to want to be involved in programs that gave them a more positive outlook on life.The sign that hung in front of the roundhouse at Sambhavna Medical Trust, where TAP India was run. Most recently, three TAP members took to Bhopal, India. Rox Chwaluk led the project, working with both the staff of Sambhavna Medical Trust and the survivors of the worst industrial disaster in history. On Dec. 3, 1984, Union Carbide India Limited (UCIL) exposed more than 500,000 people to gas and toxins when they were released into the air. About 10,000 people died within the first 72 hours and another 15,000 have died since, not to mention the 120,000 that have chronic medical conditions because of it. The plant was abandoned immediately after the leak and the site has yet to be cleaned up, allowing for the remaining toxins to pollute the groundwater Bhopal residents rely on. In 2001, UCIL was bought by Dow Chemical Company. The Sambhavna Medical Trust is one of many clinics in Bhopal that offers free allopathy, yoga, and ayurvedic treatment to survivors of the gas disaster and victims of the ongoing water contamination. Before Chwaluk left for India, she was hoping that Bhopal could be a regular stop for the TAP group.Chwaluk had been preparing for India for over two years. She had produced a play about Bhopal, met with many activists, and been in contact with the managing trustee at Sambavna Medical Clinic. Before she left she was also nominated to the Advisory Board for the International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal. A week after leaving Bhopal, she was selected to the board and currently sits as the Volunteer and Leadership Development Coordinator.Now that the program has been completed, she is aiming for TAP to go back in December of 2012. Chwaluk and her team were very successful in Bhopal, creating multiple art stations at the clinic so survivors, staff members or even just the local community could stop and participate in painting the mural (created by Jamez Townsend, a local artist who attended Brock), photography, visual art or bracelet making classes. To her surprise, unplanned Justin Bieber dance parties also ensued!If this is something you’d like to get involved in, TAP is accepting volunteers from all over the world. The only criteria are that you must be an artist, an educator, an activist, or a combination. TAP heads back to Jamaica July 11 to 29 where it will hold its fifth program.TAP is currently raising funds for this years Jamaica program. To make a donation, or learn more about TAP, please visit http://turnaroundproject.ca/blog/ read more

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Most actively traded companies on the TSX

Companies in the news:CannTrust Holdings Inc. — CannTrust Holding’s Danish partner has quarantined a batch of products received from the licensed producer in connection with Health Canada’s recent discovery of illegal growing operations at its Ontario greenhouse. Stenocare said Tuesday that it has been in contact with the Danish Medicines Agency and the single batch has been put in quarantine for potential destruction, pending an ongoing investigation by Health Canada.Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Up $1.07 or 2.6 per cent to $42.15. Canada’s largest oil producers are calling on the Alberta government to reward companies that commit to adding crude-by-rail capacity by easing their oil curtailment levels. The proposal would allow crude oil export capacity to increase at the same time that barrels are being produced to fill that capacity, Suncor Energy Inc. CEO Mark Little said, while taking part in a panel discussion with representatives of four other large Calgary-based oil producers at the TD Securities Calgary Energy Conference. The result would be that Alberta producers would be able to get better prices for higher volumes of oil, which would swell the government treasury with more resource royalties and taxes, he said.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Up one cent to $2.22. Bombardier Inc. says it intends to appeal a Brazilian administrative tribunal ruling that concluded the railway car manufacturer and 10 other companies of allegedly manipulating contract bids. Brazil’s economic defence administrative council imposed fines of around $175 million against a “cartel” it found manipulated at least 26 tenders between 1999 and 2013 in four Brazilian states. Bombardier Transportation in Brazil was fined $7.9 million. It could also be prevented from receiving public subsidies for five years, but won’t be barred from obtaining public contracts.The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. (TSX:CM). Down 48 cents to $103.30. CIBC has signed a deal to acquire U.S. investment bank Cleary Gull as it continues its push south of the border. Financial terms of the deal to acquire the Milwaukee-based boutique firm announced Tuesday were not disclosed. The Toronto-based bank said buying Cleary Gull, which specializes in middle market mergers and acquisitions, private capital placement and debt advisory services, supports CIBC’s continued growth in the U.S. The Canadian bank has been ramping up its U.S. presence since it acquired The PrivateBank in 2017.The Canadian Press Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (16,545.21, up 82.26 points).Encana Corp. (TSX:ECA). Energy. Up one cent, or 0.16 per cent, to $6.34 on 4.6 million shares.CannTrust Holdings Inc. (TSX:TRST). Health care. Down 27 cents, or 5.4 per cent, to $4.73 on 4.6 million shares.First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FM). Materials. Down 75 cents, or 6.49 per cent, to $10.80 on 4.3 million shares.Baytex Energy Corp. (TSX:BTE). Energy. Down three cents, or 1.6 per cent, to $1.84 on 3.8 million shares.NuVista Energy Ltd. (TSX:NVA). Energy. Down one cent, or 0.39 per cent, to $2.53 on 3.5 million shares.Barrick Gold Corp. (TSX:ABX). Materials. Up 33 cents, or 1.59 per cent, to $21.09 on 3.5 million shares. read more

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Canada Infrastructure Bank to pitch in money to help risky Via Rail

OTTAWA — A federal infrastructure financing agency is going to put some money behind a few final, financially risky steps in Via Rail’s high-frequency rail project, sources say.Two sources speaking on condition of anonymity because the details are not yet public say the Canada Infrastructure Bank will cover the financial risk for the last few studies and other requirements.The sources didn’t say how much money will be provided or what would specifically be funded, but the agency’s backing could help Via more easily find a private partner to cover the cost of the proposal. How government bureaucracy keeps blocking Canadians from building the critical infrastructure we need CEO of $35-billlion Canada Infrastructure Bank expects busy season after inking first deal Canada’s $35 billion Infrastructure Bank picks Pierre Lavallee to become CEO Announcements are promised Tuesday in Trois-Rivieres, Que., with Transport Minister Marc Garneau and Infrastructure Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne, and also in Peterborough, Ont., with Gender Equality Minister Maryam Monsef, the local MP.The rail company wants to build a multibillion-dollar new network of dedicated passenger-rail lines in Ontario and Quebec, so its trains will no longer have to yield to freight trains on borrowed tracks.Transport Canada has been looking over the Via proposal for more than a year. read more

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WHO evaluating new concerns SARS may be caused by animal contact

The UN World Health Organization (WHO) said it is collaborating with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), as well as the World Organisation for Animal Health, to determine if there is evidence to suggest that any disease related to SARS has occurred in animals.Following initial reviews of reports on the transmission of SARS, the three organizations said so far, there is no epidemiological information to suggest that contact with goods, products or animals shipped from areas affected by the disease has been the source of infection in humans.Accordingly, WHO said it cannot conclude that any products or animals arriving from regions currently affected by SARS pose a risk to public health. The agency will, however, continue to closely monitor the evolution of the respiratory disease in collaboration with national health departments and partner agencies.Meanwhile, the agency also issued updated guidelines on the management of suspect and probable cases of SARS. It also includes suggestions on handling people who may at risk of developing the disease because of exposure to an infected person. read more

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Buckeye briefs Mens hockey skates to semifinals womens basketball stopped short

While Ohio State was on spring break, Buckeye athletics continued on. Here are some of this week’s game results. Men’s ice hockey OSU men’s hockey will move on to the semifinals of the CCHA tournament after winning against Ferris State, 3-2, in a series-tiebreaker game Sunday night at the OSU Ice Rink. Senior goalie Brady Hjelle made 47 saves, a new career-high, against the Bulldogs during Sunday’s game. The No. 4 seed Buckeyes lost Friday against No. 5 seed Bulldogs, 4-2, in the CCHA tournament opener at the OSU Ice Rink, but won Saturday, 3-1, splitting the series and making a third game necessary to determine which team will move on in the CCHA tournament. OSU (16-16-7) is set to play No. 2 seed Notre Dame in the semifinals at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit on Saturday. Women’s basketball The OSU women’s basketball team was knocked out of the Big Ten tournament March 8 after losing to Penn State, 76-66, at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates, Ill. The No. 9 seed Buckeyes (18-13, 7-10 Big Ten) took down No. 8 seed Minnesota (18-13, 7-9 Big Ten), 57-48, the night before. The next day, though, OSU fell to the No. 1-seeded Nittany Lions (25-5, 14-2 Big Ten). OSU demonstrated its scoring spread against Penn State despite the loss, with three players earning double digits. Senior guard Tayler Hill had 23 points, redshirt senior guard Amber Stokes made 18 and junior center Ashley Adams sank six shots for 13 points. The bracket for the women’s NCAA tournament is set to be released Monday night. Wrestling OSU wrestling finished fourth in the Big Ten tournament March 10 at Assembly Hall in Champaign, Ill. Hunter and Logan Stieber were both crowned conference champions in their weight classes, 141 and 133 respectively. It was redshirt sophomore Logan Stieber’s second time winning the title and sophomore Hunter Stieber’s first time. Seven other Buckeyes also qualified for the NCAA tournament: senior Nikko Triggas (125-pound weight class), redshirt junior Ian Paddock (141), redshirt sophomore Josh Demas (157), freshman Mark Martin (165), redshirt junior Nick Heflin (174), redshirt senior C.J. Magrum (184) and sophomore Andrew Campolattano (197). The NCAA championships are scheduled for March 21-23 at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa. Men’s lacrosse OSU men’s lacrosse won against No. 9 Virginia, 11-10, on Saturday in Charlottesville, Va. The Buckeyes trailed the Cavaliers, 4-1, until a 4-1 streak put them one goal ahead at halftime. At the end of the third quarter, OSU led, 10-8, when the game was delayed for almost two hours because of the weather conditions. When the teams resumed play, the Cavaliers tied the game, 10-10, with 1:48 left. But a goal by senior midfielder Dominique Alexander less than 30 seconds later put the Buckeyes back ahead, 11-10. Junior goalie Greg Dutton was able to hold Virginia scoreless for the remainder of the game. The No. 12 Buckeyes (5-1, 0-1 Big Ten) are next scheduled to play No. 3 Notre Dame Wednesday at 4 p.m. in Notre Dame, Ind. Baseball The OSU men’s baseball team went 6-2 while OSU was on spring break, playing games in Myrtle Beach, S.C., North Charleston, S.C., and Columbus. OSU won against Harvard, Ball State, Coastal Carolina, Charleston Southern and Bryant over the time period from March 8-17. It lost March 10 against Coastal Carolina, 3-1, in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The team played Bryant at home over the weekend, winning Sunday, 6-4, losing Saturday, 3-2, and winning Friday, 4-1. The Buckeyes (12-6) are set to begin their season Friday against Purdue in West Lafayette, Ind. Men’s tennis OSU men’s tennis won against No. 12 Pepperdine, 4-1, on Tuesday in Malibu, Calif. Back-to-back singles wins by redshirt senior Devin McCarthy and senior Connor Smith sealed the victory after earlier wins by doubles pair juniors Blaz Rola and Ille Van Engelen and doubles pair McCarthy and redshirt sophomore Hunter Callahan had the Buckeyes in the lead, 2-1. The No. 9 Buckeyes are 15-2 on the season and 6-2 against teams ranked in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association top 25. OSU currently has a home-game winning streak of 160-0. It is set to next play Louisville at the Varsity Indoor Tennis Center on Tuesday as one of four home matches before the team hits the 10-year anniversary of its streak. Softball The OSU women’s softball team hit a six-game win streak after winning against Pittsburgh, 9-0, in five innings Sunday afternoon at the Cherry Blossom Classic in Fairfax, Va. Sophomore pitcher Olivia O’Reilly struck out nine batters and allowed one hit during the game. OSU ended the tournament with a 5-0 record and four shutout victories. The Buckeyes won against Canisius, 8-0, in a six-inning shutout Saturday morning. They also won against George Mason, 5-2, that afternoon. On Friday, OSU won against Pittsburgh, 4-0, and George Mason, 10-0, in five innings. OSU (18-8) is scheduled to begin regular season play on Friday against Indiana at Buckeye Field. read more

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Digicel Donates To TCI Diabetic Association

first_img Related Items:digicel, donates, tci diabetic association, world diabe TCI Govt meets with Digicel and Carnival Cruise Lines Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppWednesday, November 18th, 2015 – Providenciales – In honour of World Diabetes Day, which took place on November 14th, and in the spirit of goodwill, Digicel donated much needed patient supplies to the TCI Diabetic Association. The supplies, which consisted of Glucose & Ketone meters, testing stripes and Glucose control solutions, were handed over, on November 16th, to Ms. Angela Williams and Nurse Elaine Clare of the association, who were most appreciative of the gesture by Digicel.“We, of the Diabetic Association, are truly grateful for the gift of the Glucometers and strips that we received from Digicel. We know that there are diabetics in need of meters, so we will forward the meters to them. Once again, thanks very much for your generosity,” remarked Nurse Elaine Clare, President, TCI Diabetic Association.Digicel Head of Marketing, Ms. Trina Adams, said: “Digicel is always looking for ways to give back and help those in need in our communities, whether it’s through donation like this one, or through community events, we truly believe that it is important for us to play our part in the TCI. Diabetics is a huge health issue here in the TCI and around the world, the supplies are enough for four patients, and we truly do hope that our small gesture goes a long way in assisting those patients to live the best possible life.”Digicel also sponsored the recent Wrightfully Fit Charity Walk/Run, which took place on Saturday, November 14th, in support of the Diabetic Association. Several Digicel team members came out to run in full support of the charity. Digicel encourages everyone throughout the TCI to take all necessary steps to ensure that they live a long, happy and healthy life as best they can. Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Digicel T&T Donates Supplies to Anguilla and British Virgin Islands Thousands without power in TCIlast_img read more

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Texas Trip Addressed Tech and Port Opportunities for Grand Bahama

first_imgPhoto caption: Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of The Prime Minister, Senator Kwasi Thompson said the business and investment trip to Texas led by Prime Minister, Dr. the Hon. Hubert Minnis was primarily to promote Grand Bahama as a great place in which to invest.(BIS Photo/Lisa Davis) Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, January 29, 2018 – Grand Bahama – Minister of State for Grand Bahama, Senator Kwasi Thompson says that the recent investment and business opportunity trip to Texas, led by Prime Minister Dr. the Hon. Hubert Minnis, speaks to the fact that the Prime Minister of The Bahamas is committed to reviving Grand Bahama.Senator Thompson noted the purpose of the trip was to principally market Grand Bahama.  This, according to Minister Thompson, proves that the country’s leader is still focused on promoting Grand Bahama and helping to revive its economy.“The Prime Minister has always been focused on Grand Bahama and on promoting the island of Grand Bahama,” noted Senator Thompson.During the trip Minister Thompson noted that the delegation met with the Governor of Texas, the Texas Chamber of Commerce, with investors, business executives, as well as with a group of Bahamian diaspora.  One of the features of the trip was a meeting the delegation held with a number of executives from tech companies, including Google, Del, HP, Gearbox and a number of other companies, including reps from Silicon Valley.“We were able to give them a good, detailed presentation about the benefits of doing business in Grand Bahama,” said Minister Thompson.  “I believe that we accomplished that purpose, which was to begin to strengthen relationships with those tech companies.“It was important for us to get the message out that Grand Bahama was opened for business.  It is important to get the message out that we want to invite these companies to come to the Bahamas, but more importantly, we’re doing this because we want to be able to create more opportunities for Bahamians.  “That has to be the key focus, which is to create the environment that provides an opportunity for Bahamians.”The meeting with Tech executives falls in line with Minister Thompson’s push to make Grand Bahama the Tech Hub for The Bahamas.  Minister Thompson said that many of the Tech Executives in Texas said that they had heard of Grand Bahama’s first technology Summit, and they spoke highly of the reports they had received. Minister Thompson says this bodes well for the second Tech Summit set for Grand Bahama this year.Minister Thompson said that another major meeting in Texas, which can have direct investment opportunity for Grand Bahama, was the meeting they had with executives of the Port of Houston.“They made a very detailed presentation to us and we began the dialogue of how we here in Freeport, with our Container Port and the GB Shipyard, could partner with them to have mutual exchange, which we hope would lead to more opportunities here in Grand Bahama,” said Minister Thompson.While in Houston, the Bahamian delegation was able to meet with Bahamians living in Texas, and were pleased to find out that there were a number of Bahamians living in the Houston area who were interested in doing projects in Grand Bahama.“The trip overall, we believe was a success. But the real success will come in the results. We are hopeful that we will see some positive results from this trip.”Minister Thompson noted that followup with the companies and individuals whom they met in Texas, has already begun.  Although he says, it’s still at the early stages.”By: Andrew Coakley (BIS) Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppcenter_img Related Items:last_img read more

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Readers remember May 18 1980

first_imgWe asked readers of The Columbian and Columbian.com to share their stories of May 18, 1980. As of last week, we had posted nearly 50 stories on our special website marking the 30th anniversary of the eruption: http://www.columbian.com/volcano. Here is a sampling of their stories.‘How would they get home?’By Dorothy CrowellMay 18 is my birthday, and in 1980 I was the program chairman for the Northwest Recovery Room Nurses Association’s fourth annual seminar in Portland.Since Mount St. Helens was only 50 miles to the north, we chose a small illustration of the mountain for the cover of our program.When the telephone rang, I could not believe the words I heard: “There has been a major eruption of Mount St. Helens! Ash and debris has been blown 30,000 feet in the air! The I-5 freeway is closed northbound … major flooding is feared!”How would nurses and doctors at the seminar get home?The keynote speaker was Dr. Frank McKechnie of Winter Park, Fla. As we rushed him to the airport, I wondered if his flight would leave on time and what view he might have from the air.last_img read more

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Bank of England warns climate change threatens economic stability

first_imgClose Bank of England governor Mark Carney said on 29 September that climate change threatens global financial stability and prosperity.Speaking at a dinner held at Lloyds of London for a gathering of leading insurers in central London, Carney said that there is still time to act but that the window is finite and its closing.Insurers have a big interest in climate change as the ninety-six syndicates that underwrite insurance at Lloyds are the most exposed to disasters such as floods and earthquakes.Others will need to learn from Lloyds example in combining data, technology and expert judgement to measure and manage these risks. The December meetings in Paris (COP21 -United Nations Conference on Climate Change) will work towards plans to curb carbon emissions and encourage the funding of new technologies. But well need markets to work alongside them in order to maximise their impact, added Carney.Carney was keen to emphasise that the current generation needs to act so that future generations are not stuck with the entire cost of dealing with the impact of climate change on the worlds financial markets.Well need markets to work alongside them (COP21) in order to maximise their impact. With better information as the foundation we can build that virtuous circle; a better understanding of tomorrows risks, better pricing for investors, better decision making by policy makers and a smoother transition to a lower carbon economy. By managing what gets measured we can break this tragedy of the horizons, said Carney.last_img read more

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Black Friday Streaming Deals 12 Months of Hulu for 12 3 Months

first_imgTidal is offering this special deal through Tuesday, November 27th at 3:00am ET. It is available to new subscribers only.Still looking for additional Black Friday deals? Then check out our guide to deals for streaming devices and smart speakers: Fire TV, Roku, Sonos, Google Home as well as our guide to PlayStation 4 Black Friday Deals.ELSEWHERE ON VARIETY: Black Friday isn’t just for buying physical goods anymore. A number of online media services are also peddling special Black Friday deals, including Hulu and Tidal.Hulu’s first-ever Black Friday deal is hard to beat, as the video service is offering 12 months of its limited commercials plan for just $0.99 per month, down from the regular price of $7.99 per month. The savings: a whopping $84 over the year.Hulu’s deal is available through Cyber Monday, and is available to new and returning subscribers who haven’t had a paid Hulu subscription for the past 12 months.Tidal is offering similar savings, albeit for a shorter period of time. The music service began selling a 3-month subscription package for $0.99, down from Tidal’s regular price of $9.99. In addition, Tidal also reduced the price of its HD streaming tier from $19.99 to $1.99, also for 3 months. ×Nicole Kidman Says ‘To Die For’ Foresaw The FutureVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpHow to Spot a Bootleg Cannabis Vape Cartridge | RS News 8/30/1901:45 twitter facebook reddit Linkhttps://variety.com/2018/digital/news/hulu-tidal-black-friday-deals-1203035497/?jwsource=clCopied EmbedCopiedLive00:0000:4200:42More Videos01:45How to Spot a Bootleg Cannabis Vape Cartridge | RS News 8/30/1902:15Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney Princesses04:09Hollywood Celebrities Who Died in 201900:49Wyclef Jean on the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award Title00:37Brad Pitt on Retirement01:13Redman Supports Jay-Z’s Partnership with the NFLCloselast_img read more

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New Breed of Products Aims to Improve Users Lives

first_img Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. 4 min read April 8, 2014 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Register Now » Great products are now becoming part of a richer experience that defines who we are. As such, entrepreneurs must stop putting such a narrow focus on product design and ask themselves a simple question: How can I improve people’s lives? This is the dawn of a new era — one in which we don’t create products and services for users, but create products that are in service of people’s lives.Related: When Your Product Design Makes Your Customers Feel SmartThis new breed of products is solving human needs not by asking people to do or consume more, but by taking away cumbersome tasks, responsibilities, buttons and activities. We have seen (and feared) this change in industry throughout the ages, where machines and software took on the roles of manual workers. But in the world outside manufacturing, removing the burden of yesterday’s technology can help someone get more out of their life without the negative impact.A few exemplars are emerging in this new era of life enhancers. Companies such as Nest, Jawbone and Google are creating products that truly serve the people who integrate them into their lives. These companies are approaching product design not just by identifying a user need (and creating a product to solve it) but by asking the question, “how can we make people’s lives better?” Their answer: Not optimizing a task through technology but changing our relationship with what technology can do for us.What’s special about these companies is that they know their story and they bring it to life through the products they create. They have something they want to see come true in the world. It transcends — but doesn’t eliminate — the identification of a user need or pain point that most design processes focus on. Knowing your story can lead to products that have a larger and longer impact on people’s lives.Related: The Ultimate Test: Turning Your Cool Idea Into a Great ProductFor example, Nest is not simply a digital version of a thermostat that lets you adjust your room temperature with a delightful interface or smartphone. It is a product that comes from a company with a quest to make you comfortable and safe. Their products remove the need for you to manage and adjust, or be concerned about cost and the impact energy consumption has on the environment.Jawbone Up is a cool way to track your steps, but it’s also a partner to make you a healthier, more balanced and ultimately a happier person. It solves a problem — it makes keeping track of your fitness and health much easier — allowing you to seamlessly integrate good health into your everyday life.Google Loon, a network of balloons that provides internet access to people in remote areas, takes its story to another level when it comes to scale and technological ambition. Loon’s quest to give access to everyone on Earth is exemplified through its product, making Google’s story of organizing the world’s information and making it universally accessible a reality.Products such as these create a new kind of relationship with their consumers. It’s no longer the new feature, the latest upgrade or the shinier edition that matter. It’s the positive impact it has on their lives outside the product itself. That’s the story people want to talk about and share with their friends.Related: The Secret to Successful Product Design? Simplicity.last_img read more

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The prospective study enrolled 182 women with recent biopsy-proven primary breast cancer. It also found that PEM was not impacted by menopausal status, breast density or hormone replacement therapy, making PEM a valuable alternative. PEM scanners are high-resolution breast positron emission tomography (PET) systems that show the location as well as the metabolic phase of a lesion. The metabolic view assists physicians to make the optimal cancer care decision by providing an unprecedented ability to distinguish between benign and malignant lesions, what researchers term “specificity.” PEM is different from X-ray mammography in that it is currently not used as a screening modality, rather is deployed to confirm extent of disease in a patient already diagnosed with a primary breast cancer. “We were very pleased to find that PEM and MRI had comparable ability to detect cancerous lesions regardless of type or severity of the tumor,” said Kathy Schilling, M.D., lead author on the study. “In addition, the data showed that PEM is a fantastic alternative for women with dense breasts or where timing of an MRI due to menstrual cycle is challenging. The next step is to understand how PEM and MRI compare when differentiating between benign and malignant suspicious lesions.” Results from a separate NIH-sponsored clinical study (NIH Grant 5R44CA103102), recently presented at the 2010 Society of Nuclear Medicine Annual Meeting, comparing PEM and breast MRI help answer Dr. Schilling’s question. The multi-site study of hundreds of women with newly diagnosed breast cancer shows that PEM demonstrated a 6 percent improvement in specificity, ability to differentiate between malignant and benign lesions, suggesting that PEM may reduce unnecessary biopsies. These results are particularly significant for women who cannot tolerate an MRI exam and require an alternate imaging tool. The study is slated for publication in the December issue of the journal Radiology. 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