Liz Loza explains why the Falcons WR deserves a spot in your starting lineup.
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Post-Brexit and with finances stretched, the government is looking at how deregulation can help firms.
Kyrie Irving won't play Monday night when the Brooklyn Nets host the Milwaukee Bucks, ESPN reported. Irving had been listed as questionable. The six-time All-Star has missed the past six games -- the first five of them for personal reasons.
Yan Bingtao reckons swapping Shandong for Sheffield moulded him into the youngest Masters champion since a teenage Ronnie O’Sullivan, writes Will Jennings.
TORONTO — Canada's main stock index edged higher in a broad-based rally even as energy was pulled down by the prospect of a presidential permit being rescinded for the Keystone XL project.The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 35.85 points to 17,944.88.U.S. stock markets are closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.The Canadian dollar traded for 78.36 cents US compared with 78.57 cents US on Friday.The March crude oil contract was down 12 cents at US$52.24 per barrel and the February natural gas contract was down 9.7 cents at nearly US$2.60 per mmBTU.The February gold contract was up US$6.90 at US$1,836.80 an ounce and the March copper contract was up 0.75 of a cent at US$3.61 a pound.This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 18, 2021.Companies in this story: (TSX:GSPTSE, TSX:CADUSD=X) The Canadian Press
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REGINA — Saskatchewan is reporting another 290 new cases of COVID-19 as it looks to create TV ads to encourage vaccinations. Health officials said Monday there were 210 people in hospital, with 30 patients receiving intensive care. Four more residents, all 60 or older, also died from the virus. Saskatchewan has recently had the highest rate of active cases per 100,000 population in Canada. And the regions of Saskatoon, North Battleford, Prince Albert and Regina are where many of the active infections are located. Officials said more than 22,000 vaccine shots have gone into the arms of doctors and nurses working directly with COVID-19 patients, as well as staff and residents in long-term care homes and some seniors. "Saskatchewan has significantly picked up the pace of COVID-19 vaccinations in recent days. Over 10,500 shots have been administered in the past four days," Premier Scott Moe said in a tweet. To encourage vaccinations, documents posted on the government's procurement website show the Ministry of Health is shopping for a production company to shoot some TV ads next month. "To get back to the things we love to do, and re-connect with family and friends, people need to get vaccinated. These spots will be used to raise public awareness about the importance of getting vaccinated," the documents read. Last week, the province's chief medical health officer, Dr. Saqib Shahab, said he would recommend that the Saskatchewan Party government implement stricter public-health restrictions if he keeps seeing 300 or more infections reported daily. The current public-health order prohibits household guests, as well as restricts business capacity and worship services. It is set to expire next Friday. "The government and Dr. Shahab are continuously monitoring the case numbers and have not ruled out adjustments before that time," Julie Leggott, Moe's press secretary, said in a statement. This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 18, 2020 Stephanie Taylor, The Canadian Press
The right-wing actor tweeted that if the president is cut from the John Hughes film, she wants her very minor roles in two of the director’s movies axed as well.
Toronto, Ontario--(Newsfile Corp. - January 18, 2021) - Bluesky Digital Assets Corp. (CSE: BTC) (CSE: BTC.PR.A) (OTC Pink: BTCWF) ("Bluesky" or the "Corporation") announced today that it had closed the second and final tranche of its previously announced private placement raise. In total, and combined between the two tranches, the Corporation raised a grand total of $2,183,000.00 CDN via the sale of 4,366,000 Units. As previously stated in the Corporation's January ...
Rio Tinto Chief Executive Jakob Stausholm said "We have delivered a strong safety and operational performance in the face of the significant global challenges of COVID-19. Our 2020 performance reflects the resilience of the business, and the commitment and flexibility of our employees, customers, communities and host governments.
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New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - January 18, 2021) - Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, continues its investigation of potential securities claims on behalf of shareholders of Walmart Inc. (NYSE: WMT) resulting from allegations that Walmart may have issued materially misleading business information to the investing public.On December 22, 2020, the U.S. Department of Justice ("DOJ") announced that it had filed a lawsuit against Walmart for its role in the ...
Cuban Americans in Florida and across the United States want to know: What is Joe Biden’s Cuba plan? Over the past four years, the United States has taken an unprecedented stand against murderous dictators and held oppressive regimes in Latin America and Cuba accountable for their threats to regional security and human-rights abuses. This month, the State Department took an important step by reinstating Cuba to the State Sponsors of Terrorism list — a step I have urged for years. Now, President-elect Biden must make clear that the United States will not return to appeasement policies that embolden the regime and hurt the Cuban people.
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Conservative publisher Regnery will release Sen. Josh Hawley's "Big Tech" book this spring. He lost his first deal in the wake of the Capitol riots.
As a mob of rioters attacked and ransacked the United States Capitol building on Jan. 6 during final certifications of the 2020 presidential election, Saskatchewan politicians say they looked on with horror. “It’s very shocking and disappointing,” said Saskatchewan’s government relations minister and Indian Head-Milestone MLA Don McMorris. “You see that in other countries, not on this continent. You don’t see that in North America and it’s disturbing. Everybody has the right to protest, but when it gets to that level, that’s just not acceptable whatsoever.” As of Monday five people — including two police officers — had died as a result of the rampage, which saw legislators hustled into secure locations while the U.S. Senate chamber was breached and several of their offices were looted and destroyed by extremists. McMorris added that our democratic system and way of life is “cherished,” and that last week’s events in Washington have also united government and opposition MLAs alike as they speak out against those who threaten democratic institutions. “Everybody has denounced what has happened, as well as the vast majority of the American people,” McMorris said. “The violence is just not acceptable.” Regina-Wascana Plains MLA Christine Tell, who also serves as the province’s policing minister, declined an interview request for this story. A spokesperson from the provincial government’s executive council instead supplied a public statement from Premier Scott Moe in lieu of a response from Tell. “The United States of America is Canada’s closest ally and has been a beacon of freedom and democracy for generations. The events that occurred today in Washington, D.C. were deeply disturbing and nothing short of an affront to the democratic values that we hold sacred,” the online post reads. Regina-Qu’Appelle Member of Parliament Andrew Scheer, who served as Speaker of the House in 2014 when Parliament Hill was attacked by a lone gunman, also did not respond to an interview request for this story. However, McMorris said the possibility of a similar event closer to home does emphasize the importance of engaging with constituents. “There’s all sorts of hypotheticals, but that’s why we try and work so hard to stay in touch with all communities in the province as we can,” McMorris said. “We just went through a very orderly election here in Saskatchewan. The people spoke and we are very fortunate here. We only have to look at incidents like that to see how fortunate we are to be living in Canada, and most importantly here in Saskatchewan.” Keith Borkowsky, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Quad Town Forum
Pilot Butte residents had until 4 p.m. last Friday to have their say on future recreation plans for the town. The town’s recreation department, as well as the town’s Parks, Recreation, Arts and Culture Committee recently launched a survey in order to find out what services residents are using and what options they aren’t. The survey is aimed at helping the group develop plans for future growth of recreation facilities and services. Other survey questions encompassed reviews of recreation facilities in other communities. The survey was accessible online through the Town of Pilot Butte’s website, or via paper copies of the survey which are available at the recreation office. The town has also announced it is seeking two members for its recreation and culture committee. Applicants must reside in either Pilot Butte or the RM of Edenwold, be at least 14 years old, and have a passion for recreation, sports, arts or culture. According to an online post, “the committee plays an important role by advising and consulting with town council on recreation programs, facilities and planning, makes recommendations on policies and procedures for service delivery and other assigned duties.” Letters of interest can be sent to parks and recreation director Brian Chmarney by email at email@example.com. Keith Borkowsky, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Quad Town Forum
"Recovery really does work for people who work it," said the actor