Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook ALFRED JOSEPH CASSON, O.S.A., P.R.C.A. ROADSIDE STORE, Oil on masonite, Estimate $200,000-$300,000 (CNW Group/Waddington McLean & Company Limited) Carefully sourcing each item for this auction was of critical importance, with provenance a key criterion, exemplified by two major Group of Seven pieces, Alfred Joseph Casson’s ‘Roadside Store’ (estimate $200,000-300,000) and Alexander Young Jackson’s ‘Sun and Fog, Great Bear Lake’ (estimate $350,000–400,000.) Both paintings have been in the same families since their original acquisition, and are in impeccable condition. Research also always plays a major role in preparing our auctions. One of the more interesting investigations led to uncovering the true identity of the subject in Laura Muntz’s portrait ‘Lady in White’, courtesy of a Globe & Mail photograph circa 1899, and Facebook.Significant historical works also feature prominently in the auction, including important works by Cornelius Krieghoff, Frederick Arthur Verner and William Armstrong.Following the AGO’s recent exhibition of Rita’s Letendre’s work, we are proud to feature ‘Dynamique vs Statique’ 1966 as our catalogue cover. Painted during a seminal period for the artist, Letendre would go on to explore in large scale many of the themes that are evident in this energetic and subtle painting.A number of very special works by Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Arthur Shilling are also represented in this sale, as well as important works by Inuit artists Marion Tu‘luuq, Jessie Oonark, Kenojuak Ashevak, Osuitok Ipeelee, Pauta Sailaand Aisa Qupirualu Alasua, and others.Marion Tu‘luuq’s works on cloth speak eloquently about her attachment to her remote homeland. ‘Together in Spring’ (estimate $20,000–$30,000) is coloured by her experience living in the Canadian Arctic and the social, economic, and political transformations that have marked the North. Well known as a textile artist, Jessie Oonark’s wool and felt wall-hangings reveal her as a master of colour and form. ‘A Winter Day’ (estimate $15,000-20,000) is typical of the artist’s graphically bold work.Osuitok Ipeelee is particularly revered for the balance and delicacy of his sculpture. ‘Standing Caribou’ (estimate $15,000–20,000) is characteristic of the graceful, delicate rendering, yet often precarious sense of balance in his stone sculpture.View the Auction: https://www.waddingtons.ca/auction/canadian-inuit-fine-art-may-27-2019/AUCTION INFORMATIONMonday, May 27, 7:00 pmWaddington’s275 King Street EastToronto, Ontario M5A 1K2PREVIEW INFORMATIONFriday, May 2412:00 pm – 7:00 pmSaturday, May 2511:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday, May 2611:00 am – 5:00 pmMonday, May 2710:00 am – 12:00 pmOr by private appointment. Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgWADDINGTON’S SPRING AUCTION SEASON CONTINUESOur Spring 2019 season continues with the following auctionsDecorative Arts and Design, June 8 – 13International Art, June 8 – 13Asian Art, June 15 – 20Fine Jewellery, June 18 at 7:00 pmABOUT WADDINGTON’SWaddington’s is Canada’s most diversified provider of auction and appraisal services. We specialise in Asian, Canadian, Inuit, International and Contemporary Art, as well as Decorative Arts and Design, Fine Jewellery and Fine Wine & Spirits. TORONTO – Waddington’s launches its Spring 2019 Auction Season with Canadian and Inuit Fine Art on May 27 at 7:00 pm in Toronto.Waddington’s strives to deliver a unique experience for collectors – the opportunity to see works they haven’t seen before – and to experience Canadian art through a fresh lens. This spring Canada’s oldest auction company presents a unique combination of works by artistic masters from all regions of Canada, a less-restricted interpretation of what is Canadian art. The auction features excellent examples by the Group of Seven, Painters Eleven, important Quebec Abstractionists as well as some of the most significant, internationally-acclaimed Inuit artists. Login/Register With: Advertisement Twitter
Hussainabad (Jharkhand): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Tuesday said naxals will be rooted out in the country by 2023. Rebels and terrorists come in the way of the country’s security, which is an essential part of development, and will be crushed, Singh told a poll rally here. Naxals have been almost eliminated in Jharkhand and their remaining pockets in the state will end soon, he said. Singh, who was campigning in support of Palamau (SC) constituency sitting BJP MP V D Ram, claimed that Jharkhand Mukti Morcha and Congress have joined hands in the state due to their “lust for power” but will not be successful in acheiving their goal. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details There is no leader in the opposition to match the stature of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Those who appear to be leaders in the opposition are “dwarfs” compared to him, he said. Referring to developmental schemes like the Ujjwala Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana and Jan Dhan Yojana, the union minister said BJP is committed to usher in development of the country by 2022 and its poll manifesto reflected it. Ridiculing opposition parties seeking proof of bodies in the aftermath of Balakot air strikes, Singh said the air force’s job was to hit the terror camps, which it carried out, and not count bodies. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from Thursday Our leader Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who was then in the opposition, had praised the then prime minister Indira Gandhi after the 1971 war against Pakistan and creation of Bangladesh. But now that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had taken a big step (Balakot air strike) the opposition leaders are raising questions instead of praising him. After Pulwama attack all the countries, including Islamic countries, stood with India. “India’s policy is not to fire the first bullet but to respond strongly to any bullet fired at it”, he said. Addressing another rally in neighbouring Chatra Lok Sabha constituency for BJP’s sitting MP Sunil Kumar Singh, the union minister said that Garibi-mukt Bharat can only be possibble only when there is a Congress-mukt Bharat. In the last five years the BJP-led NDA government made notable achievements in opening bank accounts for the poor, building roads, distribution of gas cylinders and its housing scheme and according to a survey report 7.5 crore people were taken out of poverty. Palamau goes to the polls along with Chatra and Lohardaga(ST) seats in the fourth phase of polling on April 29, which will be the first phase for Jharkhand.
Ghaziabad: A 19-year-old, son of a plastic scrap trader, was allegedly shot in broad daylight by unidentified bike borne assailants in Vijay Nagar area of Ghaziabad on Friday. Victim’s kin alleged a group of people in their neighbouring area have committed the crime in order to take revenge.According to police, the incident occurred around 2:30 pm at a flyover near Vijay Nagar by pass. The victim identified as Salman, a native of Haj house colony in Hindon Vihar area of Ghaziabad, was returning from Chaar Moorti roundabout in Greater Noida when the incident took place. Shabban, victim’s father told Millennium Post that few passerby took Salman to nearby MMG hospital by an OLA cab. “I was informed by one of the eyewitnesses who also took Salman to the hospital. They told me that they had made several calls to police helpline number but the help was not received so they took him to hospital by an OLA cab. The assailants might have tried to kill him but the bullet has hit his thigh. Also his belongings are missing which include three gold rings, a watch and cash,” said Shabban. He further alleged some people living in neighbouring area to have committed the crime in order to take revenge. “Around fifteen days ago, we had scuffle with a group of people living in neighbouring area in which my another son had received critical head injuries. We reported the matter to police and both the parties were presented before the magistrate where a settlement was made. However, on Thursday evening, cops held Salman while he was going to market and also seized his motorcycle and mobile phone. Salman was released later in night and we got the motorcycle released on Friday afternoon and just a couple of hours later, we received information about Salman’s getting shot at the flyover,” added Shabban. He also alleged police to have been involved with the other party and said that the incident could have been averted if police have acted on out first complaint of fight. Meanwhile police officials said that they are waiting for the victim to gain consciousness to record his statement to lodge an FIR. “Victim’s condition is stable now while we are yet to record statement. An FIR will be registered into the case while investigations will be done covering all the possible angles” said Shyamveer Singh, Station House officer of Vijay Nagar police station.
“On behalf of the members of the Council I wish to convey our heartfelt sympathy and condolences to the Government and people of the United States, and to the families of those who lost their lives in this terrible incident,” Ambassador Patricia Durrant of Jamaica, the Council’s current president said in a press statement. For his part, the Secretary-General expressed his profound sympathy to the families of the passengers and crew who were on that flight. His spokesman said that Mr. Annan, who could see from his office window as the smoke billowed from the crash site, encouraged UN staff to remain calm and go about their work normally. Meanwhile, meetings of various United Nations bodies continued uninterrupted at UN Headquarters in New York amid tightened security following the crash of the airliner that was reportedly on its way to the Dominical Republic with some 246 passengers on board. At 10:00 a.m., US law enforcement officials stopped all vehicles and pedestrians from entering the UN complex, but those restrictions were later partially lifted.
Global military spending nearly $1.7T amid Mideast conflicts FILE – In this June 12, 2015 photo, people uncover the body of a man from under the rubble of houses destroyed by Saudi airstrikes in the old city of Sanaa, Yemen. The air campaign waged by the Saudi-led, U.S.-backed coalition in Yemen has been increasingly criticized by human rights activists over civilian deaths. Airstrikes account for 60 percent of the 3,200 civilians killed in the conflict, according to the United Nations, which has criticized coalition strikes that hit markets, clinics and hospitals. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed, File) by Jon Gambrell, The Associated Press Posted Apr 4, 2016 8:18 pm MDT Last Updated Apr 5, 2016 at 11:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Global military spending rose in 2015 to nearly $1.7 trillion, the first increase in several years, driven by conflicts including the battle against the Islamic State group, the Saudi-led war in Yemen and fears about Iran, a report released Tuesday shows.The study by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute also noted that the Chinese expansion in the South China Sea and Russia’s annexation of Crimea and support of Ukrainian separatists also accounted for nudging spending up 1 per cent in real terms, compared to 2014.For weapons manufacturers, the nonstop pace of airstrikes targeting Islamic State fighters in Iraq and Syria, as well as Saudi-led bombing of Yemen’s Shiite rebels and their allies, means billions of dollars more in sales.But activists question continued U.S. arms deals to Saudi Arabia as its Yemen campaign has killed civilians, while American fighter jet sales to both emerging military buyer Qatar and longtime ally Kuwait appear stalled.The United States, with $596 billion in defence spending, and China, with an estimated $215 billion, led all countries in 2015, the annual report by SIPRI said. Saudi Arabia, however, came in third with spending of $87.2 billion — double what it spent in 2006, according to the report. That fueled the first worldwide increase in military spending since 2011.Iraq spent $13.1 billion on its military in 2015, up well over 500 per cent from 2006 as it has rebuilt its armed forces following the U.S. withdrawal and rise of the Islamic State group, SIPRI said.While part of the U.S. coalition fighting the extremists, Saudi Arabia also launched a war in Yemen in March 2015 to support the country’s internationally recognized government after Shiite rebels known as Houthis earlier overran the country’s capital, Sanaa. The Sunni kingdom views the Houthis as a proxy of Shiite power Iran, long its regional rival.The United Arab Emirates also is taking part in both conflicts and likely has spent billions of dollars to support its military in 2015 as well, though the Stockholm-based institute said it couldn’t offer precise figures this year, senior research Pieter Wezeman said. Both the UAE and Saudi Arabia also sent troops into Bahrain to put down its 2011 Arab Spring-inspired protests.“This clearly is a reason for these countries to improve their so-called security forces, both to be able to fight against internal uprisings, whether a more-peaceful nature or more violent, but also of course to intervene in neighbouring countries,” Wezeman, who took part in the report, told The Associated Press.But the air campaign waged by the Saudi-led, U.S.-backed coalition in Yemen has been increasingly criticized by human rights activists over civilian deaths. Airstrikes account for 60 per cent of the 3,200 civilians killed in the conflict, according to the United Nations, which has criticized coalition strikes that have hit markets, clinics and hospitals.Yet arms deals continue, especially from the U.S. Asked about the civilian casualties, State Department spokesman David McKeeby said the United States remained “deeply concerned by the devastating toll of the crisis in Yemen.”“We have remained in regular contact with the Saudi-led coalition and have reinforced to them the need to avoid civilian casualties and the importance of precise targeting,” McKeeby said in a statement. “We have encouraged them to investigate all credible accounts of civilian casualties as a result of coalition strikes — and to report publicly the results of these investigations.”But both the Yemen war and the fight against the Islamic State group likely will keep arms manufacturers busy into 2016. Companies that may see increased sales include Boeing. Co., General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin Corp. and Raytheon Co., aerospace and defence analyst Roman Schweizer at Guggenheim Securities wrote March 28.“We have been bullish for the better part of a year that the Pentagon and its European and (Gulf) allies will have to refill their stocks of missiles and munitions due to the current campaign against ISIS in Iraq, Syria, Yemen and even Libya,” Schweizer wrote, using an alternate acronym for the extremist group.Meanwhile, President Barack Obama promised America’s “ironclad commitment” to back its Gulf allies during a summit last May. In the time since, the U.S. has made $33 billion in arms sales to its Gulf allies, including an $11.25-billion deal with Saudi Arabia that includes four armed warships to modernize its navy, McKeeby said.But the Obama administration has been criticized by U.S. Sen. John McCain, an Arizona Republican, for “failing to live to up the promises” made at the summit by allegedly stalling fighter jet sales to both Kuwait and Qatar.“They are languishing on the shelf gathering dust,” McCain said at a hearing on March 8. Tiny Qatar in the meantime has signed a deal for 6.7 billion euros ($7.6 billion) to buy 24 Dassault Rafal fighter jets from France. Kuwait on Tuesday finalized a deal to purchase 28 Eurofighter Typhoons, a deal estimated to be worth around $8 billion.Obama will visit Saudi Arabia on April 21 for a meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council, which includes Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and the UAE. The jet sales likely will be a topic of discussion, as will Iran after its recently implemented nuclear deal with world powers.Wezeman said international sanctions against Iran had seen its weapons technology lag behind its neighbours as its military spending dropped by 30 per cent between 2006 and 2015. However, he acknowledged regional suspicions likely would keep Gulf military spending strong.“Iran is, of course, perceived as an adversary and also wants to be the main player in the region, a country which will potentially use its influence over different proxy groups in the region to destabilize countries,” Wezeman said. “Both the expenditure and the armament procurement by states in the Gulf are clearly aimed at kind of keeping Iran in check.”___Online:Stockholm International Peace Research Institute: www.sipri.org___Follow Jon Gambrell on Twitter at www.twitter.com/jongambrellap . His work can be found at http://bigstory.ap.org/content/jon-gambrell .
A man has been arrested at Heathrow after two rare vulture eggs were found concealed in a body belt hatched while he was in transit.The 56-year-old had arrived on a flight from South Africa. When he was stopped and searched, officers discovered 19 bird eggs as well as the two newly hatched vulture chicks.The eggs are from rare and endangered South African birds of prey including vultures, eagles, hawks and kites, the Home Office said.Border Force specialists identified that the eggs were protected under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species.The suspect was arrested on suspicion of importing prohibited items on Tuesday before being bailed pending further enquiries. Two of the eggs had already hatchedCredit:Home Office/PA Officers found the eggs bound in socks and strapped to his body to keep them warm, which Lendrum claimed he had done as a cure for back pain. Some of the other eggs seizedCredit:Home Office/PA The investigation has been passed to the National Crime Agency. Officers ensured that both the eggs and the chicks were kept warm and quickly transported them to the Heathrow Animal Reception Centre, where the eggs were incubated before being moved to a specialist facility.Animal smuggling is a multi-billion a year criminal industry catering to huge demand for rare and exotic species.In 2010, prolific bird egg smuggler Jeffrey Lendrum was jailed for trying to smuggle 14 rare peregrine falcon eggs out of the UK.He was booked on a flight for South Africa with a 14-hour-stop-over in Dubai but was arrested at Birmingham airport after a cleaner noticed him acting suspiciously in the lavatory. The eggs were worth £70,000 on the black market in Dubai where falconry is a national sport. Lendrum admitted stealing them from a nest on the side of a mountain in south Wales.In 2016, Lendrum, a former member of the Rhodesian SAS, was caught in Brazil with four albino falcon eggs stolen from Patagonia and jailed for four-and-a-half-years. But he vanished last January when he was released on bail to appeal against his sentence. He has also been caught in Zimbabwe and Canada. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
FACEBOOK HAS REVEALED plans to make new changes to its users’ news feeds, in new attempts to integrate the web and mobile experiences of its one billion users.The new design – which the site says is intended to reduce clutter, by grouping related content like links shared by multiple friends – will be rolled out incrementally to web users, and form part of updates for its iPhone, iPad and Android apps.The design puts further emphasis on photographs uploaded by friends and followed pages, and allows users to further segment their feeds so that they can segregate their friends’ content from those of pages they follow, musical artists they like, or games they play.Speaking at a press event to unveil the new feed, Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg said the company’s goal was to “give everyone in the world the best personalised newspaper in the world.”By default, users will now always be presented with a ‘news feed’ rather than seeing updates in the order they were posted – a move which will likely force many corporate users of Facebook to pay for sponsored content so that their content is prioritised in the new design.Read: ‘For us, there is a fundamental value in anonymity’ – Twitter at Leinster House today
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram After another week of official interest rate decisions and rebounding house markets, it’s time to put property into perspective. Most of what we read about property prices and values is of a short term nature – it allows us to track a market by sales. In the latest release, RP Data-Rismark’s August Home Value Index shows that Sydney house prices rebounded 5.4 per cent in the three months to August, and in Melbourne they’d gained 4.8 per cent over the same rolling quarter. The average of the eight capital cities was 4.0 per cent gain in house value over the quarter. However, property is a long term investment, so I look at property numbers that reflect deeper value and take in metrics other than price. For instance, RP Data’s ‘total gross return’. This is a number that shows property value not in averaged sale prices, but as rental income plus capital gain. Total gross returns are crucial for landlords, investors and for self-managed super fund members, however, it’s a measure that everyone should look at prior to entering the property market. In the RP Data Index for August, the best total gross return of residential property over the year to August was 14.5 per cent in Perth followed by Sydney on 11.7 per cent. Melbourne – in spite of some weak property results in the past two years – managed a yield of 8.3 per cent on residential property in the year to August. RP Data says the total gross return on residential property in the year to August, across the eight capital cities, was 9.9 per cent. This is a solid result for property. There are reasons to look at property yields. Firstly, yields are a less volatile measure of a market than prices. When house values are low, rental income can reinforce the investment, and when the market is roaring – pushing housing supply into the market – lower rental income can be compensated by capital gain. The second reason to look at gross yields is that it reflects a true measure of value. House prices show you what the market was prepared to pay in a given month. But capital gain plus income is a more sustainable measure of your expected returns over time. RP Data’s Cameron Kusher has interesting figures in terms of house prices versus total gross return: in October 2010, Australia’s housing market peaked. But when it eased off, house values dropped until May 2012, and have not returned to peak levels. But when total gross returns peaked in October 2010, they simply went flat until May 2012, and have been climbing ever since. Total gross return acknowledges a small hedging effect against price fluctuation – it shows deeper value. And remember, even if you live in your house, it still has a rental value – it’s just a value you take in kind, not in cash. So, when investigating a house market, start with prices but keep your eye on gross total returns. * Mark Bouris is the Executive Chairman of Yellow Brick Road, a financial services company offering home loans, financial planning, accounting & tax and insurance. Email Markonmark.email@example.com with any queries you may have or check www.ybr.com.au for your nearest branch.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The finances of PASOK, the junior coalition partner, are to be the focus of an investigation that has been ordered by a prosecutor, according to a report by the Efimerida ton Syntakton newspaper over the weekend.According to the daily, the probe is to focus on the 2007-10 period when the most serious cases of mismanagement are alleged to have occurred. The report claimed that an audit carried out by PASOK last year has not been given to the judiciary. The report allegedly revealed that more than 100 million euros of the Socialists’ cash was unaccounted for.Responding, PASOK said it had given the judiciary all information requested, adding that “certain circles” were trying to undermine the party.Source: Kathimerini
Les émissions de CO2 battent tous les recordsLes émissions de CO2 ont atteint un niveau exceptionnellement haut. L’Agence internationale de l’énergie (AIE) craint une élévation dangereuse du niveau de la température mondiale.Le Guardian rapporte une estimation de l’AIE selon laquelle les émissions de gaz à effet de serre (GES) ont atteint un niveau jamais connu auparavant. L’Agence craint que la hausse de la température mondiale ne dépasse le seuil critique de 2°C. Toujours selon elle, le retour mondial de la croissance a également vu augmenter de 1,6 gigatonne les émissions de CO2, le niveau le plus haut jamais enregistré.À lire aussiQui est Greta Thunberg, proposée pour un prix Nobel à seulement 16 ans ?L’économiste en chef de l’AIE, Fatih Birol, a indiqué au journal britannique qu’il s’agissait de “la pire nouvelle en ce qui concerne l’émission” de CO2. Il précise qu’il devient extrêmement difficile de rester sous la barre des deux degrés. “Les perspectives sont lugubres. C’est ce que disent les chiffres”, conclut-il. L’AIE avertit que les émissions de 2020 ne devrait pas dépasser les 32 gigatonnes, alors qu’en 2010, les GES étaient déjà de 30,6 gigatonnes rapporte Le Monde.Pour les scientifiques, une augmentation de la température mondiale de plus de deux degrés représente “un changement de climat dangereux”. Nicholas Stern, auteur très connu d’un rapport sur le changement climatique prévoit le pire si les émissions de CO2 ne diminuent pas. Comme il l’a indiqué au Guardian, “les projections supposent qu’il y a 50% de possibilité que l’augmentation de la température dépasse 4°C vers 2100. Une telle chaleur perturberait les vies et les moyens d’existence de centaines de millions de personnes à travers la planète, menant à un large mouvement de migration et au conflit”.Le 30 mai 2011 à 10:46 • Emmanuel Perrin
Vol vert : les avions se tournent vers le biocarburantLes compagnies aériennes cherchent de plus en plus à réaliser des vols “verts” qui leur permettraient de limiter les émissions de carbone et surtout de réduire les coûts en carburant. Un objectif réalisable mais complexe à grande échelle.Avec la flambée des prix du carburant, les compagnies aériennes lorgnent de plus en plus sur les biocarburants. Autre élément obligeant les compagnies à envisager de plus en plus sérieusement des vols plus “verts” : les émissions de gaz à effet de serre. Selon Airbus, l’aviation représente seulement 2% des émissions de CO2 sur la planète mais, à partir de janvier, toutes les compagnies aériennes entrant ou sortant de l’Union européenne vont devoir racheter 15% de leurs émissions. Une mesure qui leur coûtera 380 millions d’euros l’an prochain, rapporte TV5monde. D’où une attirance croissante vers des vols potentiellement moins polluants. Pour rendre possible un vol “vert”, trois critères sont nécessaires : l’emploi de biocarburant, un avion léger, des trajectoires optimales, indique Bertrand Lebel, directeur général adjoint au développement durable chez Air France. La compagnie Lufthansa, par exemple, propose depuis juillet un Airbus équipé d’un réacteur fonctionnant à 50% avec du biocarburant. De même, un A321 de Air France a effectué hier pour la première fois un vol commercial qui a permis de réduire de moitié les émissions de gaz à effet de serre par rapport à un vol classique. Pour cela, l’appareil a utilisé 50% de biocarburants issus d’huiles usagées mélangées à 50% de kérosène et le poids des sièges, des meubles de la moquette et même des gobelets en plastique ont été réduits à bord de l’avion. Celui-ci a également emprunté une trajectoire originale. Comme l’explique Maurice Georges de la Direction générale de l’aviation civile, “pour consommer moins de carburant, il faut monter le plus régulièrement possible, sans palier intermédiaire” et descendre de la même façon. Des technologies encore à développer À lire aussiTop 10 des avions militaires les plus chersLes constructeurs mettent également la main à la pâte en cherchant à mettre au point des avions plus légers. “Dans les avions long-courriers qui vont arriver sur le marché dans les prochaines années, la structure sera composée à plus de 50% de matériaux composites” plus légers, souligne Rainer Von Wrede, directeur Environnement, Ingénierie et Recherche chez Airbus. Les moteurs devraient également être améliorés, “parmi les différents axes de recherche, on étudie des moteurs sans nacelle. Les pales du moteur seraient à l’air libre, ce qui permettrait de baisser de 10% la consommation”, ajoute-t-il.Toutefois, il est difficile de mettre en place toutes ces solutions à grande échelle et “la technologie n’avance pas suffisamment rapidement pour le faire dans la décennie”, indique M. Von Wrede. De plus, les biocarburants “ne sont pas à une étape de maturité industrielle”, reconnaît M. Lebel. “On ne souhaite pas que les bio fiouls entrent en concurrence avec l’alimentation”. D’où la solution envisagée de se tourner vers les algues, les enzymes, les levures et la biomasse pour fournir du biocarburant.Le 15 octobre 2011 à 13:05 • Maxime Lambert
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, January 5, 2017 – Grand Turk – The Masquerading Committee, the brainchild of Ms. Valerie Jennings and President, Mr. Valentino Selver Jr. and member express sincere thanks to all the sponsors, participants, and the entire community of Grand Turk, for making its first annual New Year’s Day Masquerading Festival Parade, held on January 1, 2018, a great success.After a sudden downpour of rain, the Masqueraders and the local ripsaw band “rushed” the streets, led by Mr. Cushy Alice/Ellis, who did an excellent job of leading the parade from the Lester Williams Park, South Back Salina to the Clock Tower, Downtown. In tote, were the local ripsaw band, followed by participants and next by the famous “We Funk” Junkanoo band led by the man himself, the TCI king of Junkanoo, Mr. Ketch Penn.The sweet, sweet sounds of the music of both groups drew hundreds of spectators, including residents and tourists alike, who stopped to view the parade, take pictures, dance, shake and rock with the music.Other highlights of the parade were the masqueraders on bicycles – David Smith riding his bicycle doing short twists and turns; while Mr. Edgar Jennings walked his colourful bicycle displaying TCI flags along each side; and Mr. Kingsley Francis masquerading on his horse.Also among the many participants was Mrs. Doris (Dar) Williams, wife of the last oldest Masquerader and Grand Turk’s famous rip saw band, Mr. Edgar Williams (who himself unfortunately could not made it out to attend the event). There were also a few of the community’s elderly ladies in attendance, such as Mrs. Iris Penn, Mrs. Irene Astwood, Mrs. Winifred Jennings and Mrs. Helena Williams who enjoyed telling stories about the Masses of the olden days, as they swayed to the music and enjoyed the celebration.The parade ending at the Clock Tower where there was a brief ceremony, called to order by the Vice President of the Masquerading Committee, Ms. Valerie Jennings, to thank all participants and to crown winners as follows:Senior King of Masses – Mr. Stanley SymonnetteSenior Queen of Masses – Mrs. Veronica WilliamsKing of Masses – Mr. Carl WilliamsQueen of Masses – Ms. Maria RigbyPrince of Masses – Mr. Valentino Selver Jr.Princess of Masses – Miss Valjonique SelverOther winners included:Best Masquerader Dancing with a House on the Head – Mr. Thomas (Mellie) SimmsBest Rip Saw Band (which was led by Mr. William (Brer Doggie) RobinsonBest Female Costume – Ms. Maria RigbyBest Male Costume – Mr. Carl Williams of North Back SalinaBest Masquerader on Horse Back – Mr. Kingsley FrancisBest Poorest & Original Costume – Mr. Terrence (MacGyver) TaylorThe Butterflies – representing the island of Grand TurkMasquerader Ms. Kathleen Simms – representing the island of Salt CayMasqueraders Ms. Flossie Williams and her daughter Angela – representing the settlement of Palm GroveMasquerader Mr. Greg Astwood – representing the settlement of Over BackBand Leader, Mr. Walter (Cushy) Ellis and Mr. Carl Williams – representing the settlement of North Back SalinaMasquerader Mr. Stanley (Coot) Carter and Company – representing the settlement of West Road.Masquerader Mr. Thomas (Mellie) Simms – representing the settlement of South Back Salina.Masqueraders for South Caicos and the Special Needs groups were unable to attend due to unforeseen circumstances.Everyone seemed to have a good time and happy to welcome back the return to Masses. Many said that they were “very impressed”, “loved it” and that it was “off to a good start”. Mrs. Lynn Missick-James, was the first spectator to arrive at the parade and helped to provide some of the stuff for the participants with words of encouragement. Mr. Alton Higgs, another one of TCI’s cultural legends, shouted from a passing car “Keep the culture going!”. Another spectator, Mrs. Jane Williams from Salt Cay commended the parade in saying that it was a great way of bringing the community together.We will continue to celebrate as our ancestors did with the tattered clothing and houses on their heads and rip saw music. We are calling on all schools, churches, civic groups, and island and settlement groups to start preparing. Get your participants to learn from the elders in the community how to make costumes and how to dance with a house on your head. Get ready for Masquerade Festival Parade 2019. We promise you it will be bigger and better.May God continue to bless us all as we seek to promote, preserve and display our beautiful traditions.Special thanks to:All members of our committee and others who stepped in to help in some form and encouraged us.Mrs. Eunettie Glinton and her familyMrs. Rita GardinerMs. Danzella JenningsMs. Delphine SimonsMr. Thomas SimmsMr. Codeno MissickMs. Willis WilliamsMr. Walter EllisMr. & Mr. Edgar JenningsMrs. Tanya TaylorMrs. Tonya JamesMr. Edwin DickensonMrs. Teresa AndrewsMrs. Alice WilliamsMr. David SmithMr. Stanly Carter and companyMr. Stanley SymonetteMrs. Susan AstwoodMs. Sharon SimonsMr. Dan WilliamsMrs. Peach CaleyMr. Alexander SwannMr. Ernest ClarkeMrs. Veronica WilliamsThe Department of TourismThe Department of CultureMinistry of TourismMinistry of HealthHon. Oswald SkippingsMr. Arthur LightbourneIntercaribbean AirwaysRadio Turks & Caicos Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Press Release: Valerie Jennings
Updated: 7:06 PM Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Sasha Foo, December 13, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsMISSION VALLEY (KUSI)- A $160 million resort and conference center is under construction in Mission Valley. When it’s completed, the religious themed Legacy International Center is expected to attract people of faith from around the world. The foundation that is building the complex on the 18 acre site is led by world renowned evangelist Morris Cerullo.The 87 year old Christian minister has been traveling the globe for 70 years and wants Americans to share in his experience. Jim Penner, the executive director of the Legacy Center Foundation said Cerullo has spent of his time in ministry outside the United States.“He would say, you know, Americans know very little about the world around them. A lot of what this Center is, is exploring all of these different things and saying there is a common thing that pulls us together and that’s a God who loves us,” Penner said.When the Center is completed, there will be an upscale hotel, a museum with a domed theater and interactive exhibits, a pavilion with a training center, conference space and a 500 seat performing arts theater, as well as a separate parking structure.In the area between the museum and the pavilion, there will be a entry courtyard with a wall that resembles the Western Wall in Jerusalem. In the museum, a large globe with huge television screens and interactive panels will allow visitors to learn more about communities in different parts of the globe.Architect Vincent Mudd said the Center should be a place where people of all faiths can come together.“We think that once you have a facility that encourages people to come, of all faiths and non-faith, to come and learn about each other, you think people will love more and we think the level of hatred in this world will go down,” Mudd said.When first proposed, the Legacy Center sparked criticism from people who questioned the attitudes of the evangelical foundation towards the gay community. Other critics said the Center would bring too much traffic to the area. To ease the fears of traffic congestion. the developer is adding two more traffic lanes.In responding to those who are uncertain that all will be welcome, Penner said, “This is a monument to God and we are making it accessible, making it very accessible,” Penner said.The Legacy Center is expected to be finished and ready to open by November of next year. Sasha Foo Religious foundation constructs $160 million resort, conference center in Mission Valley Posted: December 13, 2018
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Donald Trump. AFP file photoUS President Donald Trump insists his amended travel ban will survive any legal challenge and it’s time to see if he’s right, with the first court hearings on it scheduled for Wednesday.“SEE YOU IN COURT,” Trump tweeted after his first executive order on immigration was stayed by a judge on February 3.It would seem people have taken him at his word, given the number of complaints—by states and rights groups—filed against his travel ban. The new iteration is supposed to take effect Thursday.It bars all refugees from entering the US for 120 days and halts the granting of new visas for travellers from six mostly-Muslim nations: Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for 90 days. Iraq was dropped from the initial list.Two federal courts, one in Hawaii and another in Maryland, have scheduled hearings for Wednesday on the new measure, the most controversial of Trump’s young administration. A hearing could also come as soon as Wednesday in a third challenge filed by six US states.The White House reworked the first executive order to address some of the issues that came up in court. The revised order explicitly exempts holders of valid visas or legal permanent residents, for instance.But the main points are largely the same.The first version of the order, which Trump signed on January 27, triggered howls of protest at home and abroad as well as chaos at US airports as people were detained upon arrival and either held for hours or sent back to where they came from.The White House was roundly attacked for what critics said was a hasty rollout and a glaring lack of coordination with the agencies tasked with enforcing the ban.‘Vital’ decreeIn recent days the president and his leading cabinet members—Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and John Kelly, the homeland security secretary—have defended the new order as a vital tool to preserve US national security and keep out extremists.But critics say the order essentially remains a ban on Muslims and therefore unconstitutional as it singles out people of a certain religion for discriminatory treatment.Since September 11, 2001, the worst attacks in the United States have been committed either by radicalized Americans or by people from countries not on the Trump travel ban list.Critics argue that, even though the new order exempts holders of valid visas and permanent residents with so-called green cards, it will have a very negative effect on schools and universities and the business world, mainly the high tech sector, which employs many highly skilled immigrants.The new battle against Trump’s order is being played out on several geographical fronts, but mainly on the west coast, which tends to be heavily pro-Democrat.The state of Washington, joined by five other states, filed a complaint Monday with the same Seattle judge who stayed Trump’s original travel ban back in February.Trump had responded by insulting the federal magistrate, James Robart, calling him a “so-called judge.”Under the US legal system, a federal judge can suspend all or part of the Trump executive order, with nationwide effect—which Robart did the first time around and which the state plaintiffs hope he will do again.“The Trump administration may have changed the text of the now-discredited Muslim travel ban, but they didn’t change its unconstitutional intent and effect,” California Attorney General Xavier Becerra wrote. The other states joining Washington in its lawsuit are Massachusetts, Oregon, Maryland and New York.Nationwide impactJudge Robart has ordered the government to respond to the arguments put forward by the six states by late Tuesday, and said a new hearing would take place Wednesday at the earliest.Hawaii has also filed its own, separate complaint against the order, with a hearing set for Wednesday.And several rights and refugee advocacy groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union, have filed papers with a judge in Maryland. There, too, a hearing with both sides in the case is set for Wednesday morning.Justice Department lawyers are ready to do battle to defend the new Trump order in court.In Hawaii, the government filed a motion opposing the state’s request for an injunction, saying the travel ban is “a valid exercise of the president’s broad statutory authority to ‘suspend the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens.’”The new order hit its first roadblock Friday when a judge in Wisconsin said it could not be applied to the wife and child of a Syrian refugee who had already reached America.
New study reveals carbon emissions comparisons. Source = ETB News: P.T. Australia and New Zealand’s most eco-friendly airlines have been revealed in a new study.Virgin Australia (VA) has taken out top honours as Australia and NZ’s cleanest carbon emitting airline, according to JetRadar.com’s new ECO Rank.Virgin Australia releases 58.68 g/km of carbon dioxide (CO2) per passenger.The top five airlines also included Air New Zealand, Jetstar, Qantas and Tiger Airways.The website compared individual aviation emissions, traffic forecasts and the range of aircraft types.Emirates was revealed to be the world’s number one eco-friendly airline.Air New Zealand finished in 90th position on the world rankings, while Qantas placed 170th.Australia and New Zealand’s Cleanest Airlines: 1. Virgin Australia 58.68 CO2 g/km per passenger2. Air New Zealand 72.18 CO2 g/km per passenger3. Jetstar 80.03 CO2 g/km per passenger4. Qantas 82.43 CO2 g/km per passenger5. Tiger Airways 94.36 CO2 g/km per passenger6. Regional Express 139.21 CO2 g/km per passenger7. Airnorth 156.51 CO2 g/km per passenger8. Aeropelican Air Service 175.28 CO2 g/km per passenger9. Airlines of Tasmania 177.66 CO2 g/km per passenger
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