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ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – A union video that identifies replacement workers who crossed the picket line during an ongoing lockout in Gander, N.L., has prompted a debate over the ethics of naming and shaming such workers.The minute-long video titled “meet the scabs” was posted to Unifor Canada’s Twitter and Facebook channels on Sept. 6, showing images and names of workers hired as replacements for the 30 D-J Composites workers who have been locked out of their jobs since December 2016.As of Monday, the Twitter video had more than 700 responses, many of them critical of Unifor’s tactics shaming the workers rather than the employer, with some saying the video amounts to bullying.The comments even came from people apparently sympathetic to the locked-out workers’ cause.User (at)DomatoRecord wrote, “As a member of Unifor I am disgusted by this shameful video. We should be lobbying for laws that forbid employers to hire replacement workers. Not going after the workers, who are probably desperate. How could you, Unifor?”Unifor’s Atlantic regional director, Lana Payne, said the video is one of many ways the union is “stepping up our efforts on all fronts” after almost two years of social media campaigning, letters to the provincial government and negotiations with the American-based employer.Payne said the ad is a response to the employer’s “escalating tactics” to block the union, including hiring enough replacement workers to match the number of those locked out.“My responsibility and our responsibility as a union is to defend our members, and that’s what we’re doing,” Payne said.Payne also questioned why the public has not felt the same outrage for the locked out workers, noting that the provincial Labour Relations Board has found the employer twice violated the provincial Labour Relations Act for failing to bargain in good faith.“They have spent their savings in order to be able to continue to fight, this is how much they believe in this principle,” said Payne. “They should be able to have a union in their workplace, a pretty basic right in Canada, and yet they have had to fight for that right now for 630 days on a picket line.”Some of the online debate has focused on Newfoundland and Labrador’s high unemployment rate, expressing sympathy for the replacement workers trying to make a living.But Payne said there are many jobs available in Gander, and the replacements made a choice to publicly take the locked out workers’ jobs.“These are communities where everybody knows that these folks are crossing the picket line, and I would argue there are jobs in this town. They don’t need to cross the picket line for employment,” said Payne.Payne said the members on the picket line did not participate in making the video, and that the union has not heard from D-J Composites since the latest ads.British Columbia and Quebec are the only provinces in Canada with legislation preventing the use of replacement workers during a strike or lockout. The issue also caught the public’s attention a few weeks ago when workers start striking outside the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto.David Doorey, a labour law professor at York University, said studies are inconclusive as to how such legislation affects the duration of a lockout, but said the use of replacement workers in Gander seems to have prolonged the dispute.“It’s very unlikely that this particular lockout would have lasted this long if the employer was banned from hiring replacement workers,” Doorey said in an email.Unifor’s video, while unsettling to many, also has legal precedent. In 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that unions have the right to photograph and publish photos of replacement workers.Tom Cooper, a professor of business ethics at Memorial University, said Unifor’s ads should be considered alongside the ethical considerations of minimizing harm.Cooper said naming people involved in labour disputes is not a new tactic, but the permanent and public nature of online videos can do more harm than good in a case like Gander’s for the locked out workers’ cause and the replacement workers’ privacy.“I don’t see this online naming and shaming to be any benefit to the workers in Gander, from kind of a strategic and business ethics standpoint,” Cooper said. “If your strategy is, ‘How do we get this lockout resolved?’, I’m not sure it actually meets that obligation.”Cooper said while Unifor’s actions are intended to protect their members’ interests and their right to a union, in this case the union seems to be falling short of a higher standard to protect the general population’s rights to privacy and a dignified life.“I’m not sure in this case they’re meeting the higher standards,” said Cooper.“They’re about social justice, they’re about human rights, they’re about protecting the rights of individuals, and in this case they’re not doing that. They’re only protecting the rights of one group, which is their members.”
Enbridge said Friday its Canadian Mainline system _ the major oil export route for Canadian oil _ shipped a record average of 2.68 million barrels per day in the fourth quarter, up from 2.59 million bpd in the same period of 2017.Full oil and gas pipelines throughout its Canadian and U.S. network and the addition of new services led to fourth-quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations.Adjusted net income for Canada’s largest pipeline operator was $1.17 billion or 65 cents per share in the last three months of 2018, beating analyst estimates of $1.12 billion or 62 cents per share as noted by Thomson Reuters Eikon.A year ago, Enbridge reported adjusted earnings of $1.01 billion or 61 cents per share for the fourth quarter of 2017. The project is designed to replace an aging pipeline and restore its original capacity of 760,000 barrels per day, an increase of about 370,000 bpd.“Clearly, this pipeline is critical and it has massive support. With PUC approval, we’ve reached the final permitting and construction phase of the project,” said Monaco on the call to discuss fourth-quarter financial results.“With regulators in all jurisdictions having now approved it, it’s full steam ahead on the remaining project execution phases.”As long as permits are received in time to get construction crews into the field by June, the Calgary based company will be able to put the pipeline in service before the end of the year, said Guy Jarvis, president of liquids pipelines, on the call.Previous challenges by the former governor were set aside by the state utilities commission.A lack of export pipeline space was blamed for steep discounts in western Canadian oil prices last year, leading to production curtailments by the Alberta government that began Jan. 1. Results were enhanced by operating performance, optimization of deliveries on existing pipelines, synergies from the Spectra Energy acquisition and $7 billion of projects brought into service in 2018, it said.The results reflected many of the same influences that led to midstream rival TransCanada Corp. reporting net income of $1.09 billion on Thursday, up from $861 million for the same quarter a year earlier.Enbridge has a $16-billion inventory of projects which are scheduled to come into service between 2019 and 2023. CALGARY, A.B. – Enbridge Inc. is confident that its Line 3 oil pipeline replacement project will come into service by the end of the year in spite of a renewed challenge launched this week by the newly elected governor of Minnesota.On Tuesday, Gov. Tim Walz announced that his commerce department would petition the state Public Utility Commission to reconsider its approval of Line 3 through Minnesota, prolonging a process begun by his predecessor.The $9-billion project to export crude from Alberta to Superior, Wis., where it will connect with pipelines to the U.S. Gulf Coast, is needed by shippers, supported by parties along its route and will create jobs and pay millions in taxes to local governments, said Enbridge CEO Al Monaco on a conference call on Friday.
Bhubaneswar: Three people were killed in separate incidents as cyclone Fani battered the Odisha coast Friday, officials said. A teenager was killed when a tree came crashing down on him at a place within Sakhigopal police station area limits in Puri district. Flying debris from a concrete structure hit a woman in Nayagarh district when she had gone to fetch water, killing her. In Debendranarayanpur village in Kendrapara district, a 65-year-old woman died after suspected heart attack at a cyclone shelter, official information reaching here said. Fani, an extremely severe cyclonic storm lashed the Odisha coast Friday morning, uprooting trees, blowing away thatched huts, and disrupting communication links.
WASHINGTON — One of the hard-bargain drivers from the American side of the NAFTA negotiating table is bringing his powers of persuasion to bear on the next challenge facing the new North American trade pact: the U.S. Congress.Deputy U.S. Trade Representative C. J. Mahoney, a fixture of the 14-month negotiation process that culminated last October in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, urged a gathering of American mayors Wednesday to lobby Capitol Hill lawmakers to ratify the deal.“All Congress has to do is pass it, and that is where I hope you all can help us,” Mahoney told a panel discussion Wednesday during the winter meeting of the United States Conference of Mayors in Washington.“You all have influence on your members of Congress. They listen to you, they understand your problems, they know that you’re looking out for what’s good for your communities and are concerned first and foremost with jobs and economic development.“We need your help.”Ratification in both Mexico and Canada has largely been seen as inevitable; Martha Barcena Coqui, Mexico’s ambassador to the U.S., told the panel she expects the agreement to come to a vote in the next session of her country’s Congress, which gets underway next month and which doesn’t require a separate implementation bill. In Canada, the majority Liberal government makes a Yes vote all but a foregone conclusion.But amid political turmoil in Washington — where the White House is at war with Democrats over President Donald Trump’s border wall plans and a partial government shutdown has entered its second month — nothing these days is a given.A number of prominent Democrats — notably House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, currently the most painful congressional thorn in Trump’s side — have complained that the deal lacks meaningful mechanisms to enforce new labour and environmental standards. And relations between Capitol Hill and the White House are at such a low ebb that some fear the president’s enemies are determined to deny him any political wins.Enter Mahoney, who is hard-selling the USMCA as a win for all three countries.“If members of Congress can put politics aside and focus on the substance, I have no doubt that this will pass overwhelmingly in both houses,” he said, describing the deal as the most bipartisan U.S. trade deal ever negotiated, thanks to the political foresight of his boss, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer.“Throughout the negotiations — well before the results of the midterm elections were known — we worked very closely with Democrats to ensure that the final agreement reflected their priorities,” he said, citing the labour and environmental clauses in particular.To qualify for duty-free benefits, USMCA requires autos to contain 75 per cent North American content — up from 62.5 per cent under NAFTA. By 2023, between 40 and 45 per cent of auto parts will also have to come from workers earning at least $16 an hour; in Mexico, auto assembly workers earn an average of just $7.34 an hour and parts workers $3.41 an hour.On the environmental side, the agreement includes a number of protections for marine species and habitats, new air-quality standards, environmental assessment rules and forest management practices. “I’m optimistic about our chances of success in this endeavour, but success is certainly not assured,” Mahoney said. “Given the importance of the agreement to our workers, farmers and ranchers, the stakes could not be higher.”Paul Dyster, the mayor of Niagara Falls, N.Y., told Mahoney the often-acrimonious negotiating process has had a negative impact on his community’s economic prospects, given how closely integrated it is with Canadian interests.“The rhetoric that was used in this negotiation was shocking, when you hear it used in reference to the leaders of countries that have been your strongest allies and trade partners for a long time,” Dyster said.“For those of us on the border, whose economies are very fully integrated with the Canadian economy, that use of old-fashioned protectionism to try to advance the interests of the United States to take a shot at Canada — it kind of hit us in the foot.”Mahoney, however, dismissed any suggestion of lingering bad blood.“What really matters is not the given press headline at any point during the negotiations, but where we ended up — and where we ended up was with a great agreement that I think will be the foundation for an even stronger relationship with Mexico and Canada going forward.”Canada’s ambassador to the U.S., David MacNaughton, who joined the panel after Mahoney had left, raised one particular sticking point: the fact that the Trump administration has not yet made good on its commitment to lift its punishing national-security tariffs on steel and aluminum exports.“This is causing distortions in the marketplace, it is causing all three countries to lose opportunities, it is increasing costs for consumers,” said MacNaughton, who closed by quoting the president’s own tweet from March 2018 committing to lifting the tariffs once a new trade agreement was in place.“He has now said this is a fair deal, a good deal, the best deal that’s ever been done, so I would simply say please, let us get on with building our three countries together. 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Ontario Power Generation names Jeffrey Lyash as new president and CEO by The Canadian Press Posted Jul 22, 2015 8:25 am MDT Last Updated Jul 22, 2015 at 9:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – Ontario Power Generation named Jeffrey Lyash as its new president and chief executive, effective Aug. 21.Lyash joins OPG from CB&I Power, a U.S. power engineering, procurement and construction firm.OPG says Lyash will take the job as the company prepares for the refurbishment of its Darlington nuclear power station.The plant in Clarington, Ont., east of Toronto, generates about 20 per cent of the province’s power.
The Advisory Committee on the Presidency will host a number of sessions during March where the Brock community can have input on the early stages of the University’s Presidential search.Members of the Brock community are invited to attend community consultation (town hall) sessions on March 13, or confidential drop-in sessions on March 25 and 26.For more details about these sessions, see the Advisory Committee’s announcement.
Wood is providing engineering, procurement and construction management services to Kinross Gold Corporation for the Phase Two expansion of the Tasiast gold mine in Mauritania.The award follows Wood’s early involvement in the project executing the feasibility study for the Phase Two expansion and reinforces the company’s longstanding global leadership in the development of gold mines. The project is expected to increase mill capacity to 30,000 t/d to produce an average of approximately 812,000 oz/y of gold for the first five years, and is Kinross Gold’s second of a planned two-phase expansion.Wood’s scope of work includes engineering, procurement and construction management for the addition of a new downstream processing plant fed by milled product from the semi-autogenous grinding mill installed during the initial expansion. Commercial production for Phase Two is expected in Q3 2020.Bob MacDonald, CEO of Wood’s Specialist Technical Solutions business, said: “Winning this contract is a testament to our extensive international gold expertise and ability to work across all phases of a project to support our customers globally. We look forward to continuing our growing partnership with Kinross Gold on this important project for Mauritania’s mining industry.”Over the past three decades, Wood’s mining and minerals business has successfully delivered over 125 gold projects globally for key customers in the industry. This includes the current EPC contract for the Gruyere Gold project, one of the largest undeveloped gold deposits in Australia.
Despite the visitors losing 3-0, Manchester City defender Kyle Walker was impressed with their performance and believed the game easier when Willy Boly was sent off.Wolves have built a reputation of producing big results against the Premier League top sides, but Monday night’s trip to the Etihad proved too big a task for them.Nuno’s side went one man down in the 19th minute after having gone behind thanks to Gabriel Jesus’ 10th opener.Chelsea hat-trick hero Tammy Abraham hopes for more Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Tammy Abraham hopes this season will be his big breakthrough at Chelsea after firing his first hat-trick for the club in Saturday’s 5-2 win at Wolves.Wolves lost the game 3-0, but Walker thinks the result might have been different if they didn’t go down to ten men.“I haven’t seen the incident, but obviously it’s a bit easier when your opponent goes down to ten men but to be fair to Wolves, they gave it a good go and we were probably fortunate to win by three goals,” Walker told the club’s website.Manchester City are now four points adrift of league leaders Liverpool and will Huddersfield Town on Sunday.
EUGENE, Ore. — Jordan McDonald wears his on his right leg, Grant Jensen wears his on his left.And McDonald, at 24, is twice as old, so his prosthetic leg is longer than the new one just fitted for Jensen, who is still a rambunctious 12-year-old. But what the two share runs much deeper than which leg they partially lost to an uncommon form of cancer.McDonald has become part big brother, part adviser, part guide to Jensen as he fights a sometimes-aggressive form of bone cancer called osteosarcoma, which is most often seen in children and young adults. McDonald recently treated the Jensen family — Grant, his 5-year-old sister Claire and his parents, Erin and Tyler — to a weekend of fun before Grant was scheduled to start another round of chemotherapy.Grant’s prognosis is uncertain. The cancer has spread to his lungs and his parents are cautiously hopeful that chemotherapy will stop it, but as with most spreading cancers there are no guarantees.“One thing I tell them is just live your life,” McDonald said on a recent Saturday as Grant tried out a sporty luxury car during a tour of MercedesBenz of Eugene, where McDonald is a mechanic. “The treatment will take care of itself. There’s not much you can do about that.”McDonald, who lives in Halsey near his parents, was 18 when he found out a week after his high school graduation that the pain he’d been feeling in his right knee was osteosarcoma. The diagnosis was like a rock falling in a still pond, roiling what had been the typical, quiet life of a rural family.
Explore further More information: United States Patent Application Citation: Apple looking to smarten up Siri with patent application for crowd sourcing (2013, November 15) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2013-11-apple-smarten-siri-patent-application.html Voice of Siri steps forward Apple Inc. of Cupertino California has applied for a patent on new technology that if employed could boost the accuracy of answers provided by Siri, the digital personal assistant that comes with its line of Smartphones. According to the patent application, Apple is looking to improve upon answers that Siri gives by offering a second go that would include looking through other websites, databases, or even asking other people that seem to be in a position to know. Such an option, the company notes, would lie outside the realm of instantaneous results that Suri normally provides, extending wait times to hours, days, or even weeks. Apple’s Suri has without question, met with a divided response from the public. Some claim they love the application and use it extensively, others laugh and call it quaint—an indication that it’s not really something they take seriously. Apple is aware of the application’s limitations, of course, and by applying for a patent on technology that would help the app do a better job of supplying answers to real world questions, the company has revealed that it realizes that serious improvements need to be made.In the patent application, Apple makes clear that Siri needs more than its current slew of resources such as Yelp, Bing, or even Yahoo. Such new resources it appears would include expert databases, data from existing Question & Answer forums, or perhaps even answers drawn from a real-time application that would simply ask relevant people if they know they answer. Using such resources would of course, alter Siri’s response time, and it’s not clear if users would be willing to wait, especially if they are looking for answers to help them out of real-time quandaries.Many in the press have noted that what Apple appears to be looking for already exists in the form of Q&A site ChaCha—people type in questions and other people type in answers. Users of either type can visit the site directly or access it through a smartphone. What makes the site powerful is that it keeps track of every question and answer pairing ever asked and answered, so if someone asks again, it can dish up all the answers ever given, which sounds like something Siri could use.It might be that Apple’s patent application is merely a preamble to an acquisition by the company, after all, buying ChaCha and giving Siri access to all those answers would seem a simpler way to go. Or it might just mean Apple is looking at various options. Either way, users will likely cross their fingers, hoping that whatever Apple settles on, it will be an improvement over what exists right now. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. © 2013 Phys.org
Hety and Zambo are celebrated for their African flavor and their contribution in keeping alive the Raizal culture and the native dialect, Creole, making music that breaks all frontiers. Read on for a lowdown on these two guys…Tell us about yourselves. How did you guys come together/start off??We came together when we were studying in high school and playing basketball out of our island, San Andres Island. We made first a dancing group, after a while in it we started to make music, so we keep the dancing while we performing. After 5 years we decide to move to Bogota and we meet our friend and producer Benny B who take our music to another point. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’ What was the first big break for you guys??Was in 2004 in (Colombia) in one of the biggest fests at Bucaramanga city, we performed in front of 35,000 people, it was awesome!? How would you define your musical philosophy??We don’t know if it’s a philosophy but we take it like a style of life, maybe happiness and humility defines our music feeling.? In your country, how easy (or difficult) is it to make a mark in the music scene?Well, we must to say is not easy but not impossible, you should work hard and hustle hard. We make Caribbean music in our native language, Creole English, and it’s funny because in our country the main language is Spanish, so try to fit in the radio, TV or even in a mainstream music has been tough, but we are doing well with patience and hard work from us and all the staff. ? Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with Netflix Tell us a bit about your music, what do you think defines you guys??We try to sound unique and powerful, we transmit 200 per cent of our energy to the people when we take over the stage.?What/Who inspires you??Wow! Many things, our island, our families, women, the party, the sea, our friends’ stories… also artists like Lucky Dube, Bob Marley, Carlos Vives, Marc Anthony, Tarus Riley, 2Pac, Busta Rhymes… people like Spike Lee and the funniest man on earth Mr Eddie Griffin! Inspiration is as simple as living your life! Tell us about your best tracks?.Tek A Ride, that’s a song about ride around our island and party on it, we love to talk about San Andrés Island. Rude Buay has a nice rhythm and a special guest on the vocals! Fall in Love, a song about true love and there are more!
When it comes to American slang, a lesser known fact is that a lot of it comes from the Irish. The small island nation of Ireland has a huge diaspora in the United States, due to several large migrations which started in the 17th and lasted all throughout the 19th and the 20th century. According to the 2013 American Community Survey, around 33 million people in the United States identified as having Irish ancestry. Ireland today has a population of around 6.7 million people.It comes as no surprise that the two cultures, as well as their colloquial languages, mixed over time.A sign reads, Caution, ChildrenWhile both countries use English as their official langue, many of the words that have found their way into American slang originate from Gaelic.As waves of Irish emigration continued, especially during the periods of political persecution and famine in Ireland, communities were formed in the U.S, most notably in New York.The Gaelic language could be heard often, along with Yiddish, or Spanish, all of which became unofficial tongues of the vibrant slums in the city.So it comes as no surprise that once you start tracking the ancestry of words, such as “baloney” or “dork,” they can be traced back to the land of the leprechauns.Proportion of respondents who said they could speak Irish in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland censuses of 2011. Photo by SkateTier -CC BY-SA 3.0However, Irish words that were adopted into the American lexicon only recently began receiving the attention they deserve ― primarily because they crept into the language through slang, which has for far too long been an unpopular subject for academics.Despite this, several books on the subjected have been written, which focus on the etymology of words that found common use in modern-day talk of most Americans. Among them, most notable was Niall Ó Donaill’s study Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla, published in 1977, and the more recent How the Irish Invented Slang: The Secret Language of the Crossroads by Daniel Cassidy, which came out in 2007.They discovered an entire body of words which became so integrated into the American-English vocabulary that most of them are today taken for granted.Read another story from us: The Mysterious End of Tennessee Williams – A Truly Bizarre Way to GoIn fact, if you watch the video below, we guarantee you’d be surprised how many of the words you use in every-day life have their origin in the Gaelic language.
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Hong Kong – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle MagazineToday, Firestone Management Group, a boutique private jet advisory practice focused on assisting multinational private jet organizations interested in penetrating the emerging markets of Asia-Pacific, releases a current report on the private jet landscape within the Republic of India. This is the inaugural issue of a bi-annual report on India from the Firestone Management Group.As of March 15, 2011 there are currently a combined total of 136 private jets registered in India made by the following private jet manufacturers:-Hawker Beechcraft leads the industry with 35 private jets registered representing 26 percent of the entire installed base.-Cessna Aircraft Company closely follows with 31 private jets currently registered in the country, representing 23 percent of the installed base.-Bombardier has 24 private jets representing 18 percent of the installed base.-Dassault Falcon Jet has 17 private jets representing 13 percent of the total installed base.-Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. has 15 private jets equaling 11 percent of the total installed base.-Embraer, Boeing, and Airbus have yet to reach double digits with 9, 3 and 2 private jets respectively.Of the combined total of 136 private jets, 95 were manufactured less than 10 years ago, representing nearly 70 percent of the current installed base of aircraft currently registered in India. In the last 36 months alone, 43 jets have been added to the registry representing a 46 percent growth.“The growth opportunity for private jet manufacturers to deliver their products into India is tremendous,” says Justin Firestone, managing director of Firestone Management Group. “As the world’s largest democracy, the second most populous country and one of the fastest growing major economies, this quantitative data indicates India is clearly embracing the need for safe and efficient business jet travel.”Data used within this report was collected using AMSTAT, the leading source for worldwide corporate aircraft fleet operator and market information, and other primary and secondary research.www.FirestoneManagementGroup.com
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