Jarred Vanderbilt (Minnesota Timberwolves) with a dunk vs the Washington Wizards, 02/27/2021
Jarred Vanderbilt (Minnesota Timberwolves) with a dunk vs the Washington Wizards, 02/27/2021
They’ll examine a study that showed the Columbia area has the highest taxes in South Carolina among large metros.
The shooting in Columbus happened as police were responding to an attempted stabbing call.
"Mourning is individual, and experiencing your own journey is what can lead to healing," he said.
CALGARY — The Alberta Energy Regulator says troubled oil and gas producer SanLing Energy Ltd. has warned it will cease operations as of April 30. It says the Orphan Well Association has therefore applied to the Court of Queen’s Bench to have a receiver assume control of SanLing’s assets. In March, the AER said it was suspending licences for thousands of wells and pipelines after private Calgary-based SanLing failed to bring its operations into regulatory compliance. It ordered the company to suspend its 2,266 wells, 227 facilities and 2,170 pipelines, which were producing about 4,200 barrels of oil equivalent per day, primarily dry natural gas. It said the company owed about $67 million in security to the AER for its assets' end-of-life obligations and had previously been warned because of a poor compliance record and its outstanding security issues. The AER says the receiver is to help sell SanLing’s inventory to responsible parties. Any remaining assets will be assigned to the industry-backed OWA for closure. “Albertans know that times are tough and our province’s energy industry is struggling,” said OWA director Lars DePauw in a news release. “In these times, sometimes companies fail. When this happens, the Orphan Well Association is here to ensure the problems these companies are experiencing don’t become a problem for Albertans.” This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 21, 2021. The Canadian Press
Toronto, Ontario--(Newsfile Corp. - April 21, 2021) - KWG Resources Inc. (CSE: KWG) (CSE: KWG.A) (FSE: KW6) ("KWG" or the "Company") subsidiary CANADA CHROME CORP ('CCC') has launched a website (www.canadachromecorp.com) focusing on transportation of mine production from the Ring of Fire mineral interests. The website includes a scoping study report prepared for CCC by Rail-Veyor Technologies Global Inc for the transportation of 10 million tons per annum of chromite ore. "This appears ...
Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham have all come in for criticism.
It has been a tumultuous 72 hours for Tottenham following the departure of Jose Mourinho and European Super League shame.
Mouser Electronics has further bolstered its industry-leading line card by adding 31 new manufacturers in the first three months of 2021.
It won't rival Netflix for drama, but 40 world leaders will try to save the planet from ever worsening global warming in a two-day climate summit livestreamed for binge viewing. While there will be many faces on screen, this will clearly be President Joe Biden’s show. Biden will convene the summit on Thursday and what he says will call the shots for what’s to come.
PBG BioPharma Inc., a life science company committed to becoming a world leader in the development and manufacturing of evidence-based natural health products and medicinal cannabis products using its proprietary GenBioChem® Triple Fingerprinting Technology platform, announced today that the company has been issued its Cannabis Analytical Testing Licence from Health Canada. This licence follows the recent grant of three cannabis research licences by Health Canada for the research and analytical labs at the company's 25,000 sq ft GMP and ISO designed Leduc facility.
The Foreign Secretary also revealed that aid to China will be slashed by 95% to less than £1 million.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A divided U.S. Senate on Wednesday voted to confirm Vanita Gupta as the first woman of color to serve in the No. 3 job at the Justice Department, a role at the forefront of the department's renewed efforts to combat systemic racism in policing. Gupta won confirmation as President Joe Biden's associate attorney general in a final vote of 51-49. Only one Republican - Lisa Murkowski of Alaska - voted to confirm her, saying she felt Gupta was personally committed to combating injustice.
Spanish regions are likely to begin using Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine to inoculate 70-79 year olds on Thursday, Health Minister Carolina Darias said on Wednesday. Spain has already distributed the first batch of vials to regional health authorities, which are in charge of administering the injections. "Regions will surely start tomorrow because they want to increase the pace of vaccination," Darias told a news briefing.
BILLINGS, Mont. — Grizzly bears are part of life in the gateway communities bordering Yellowstone National Park, and backcountry snowmobile guide Charles “Carl” Mock knew well the risks that come with working, hiking and fishing among the fear-inspiring carnivores, his friends said. Mock was killed after being mauled by a 400-plus pound (181-plus kilogram) male grizzly while fishing alone at a favourite spot on Montana's Madison River, where it spills out of the park and into forested land that bears wander in search of food. The bear had a dead moose stashed nearby and wildlife officials say it likely attacked Mock to defend the carcass. The grizzly was shot and killed after charging at a group of seven game wardens and bear specialists who returned the next day. Bear spray residue found on Mock's clothing suggested he tried to ward off last week's attack using a canister of the Mace-like deterrent, considered an essential item in the backcountry. He usually carried a pistol, too, but wasn't on the day he was killed just a few miles north of the small town of West Yellowstone where he lived, according to two friends. While some outsiders questioned the inherent perils of such a lifestyle in the wake of Mock's death, those who knew him said he accepted the risk as trade-off for time spent in a wilderness teeming with elk, deer, wolves and other wildlife. “People don't understand that for us who live here, that's what we do every day,” said Scott Riley, who said he fished, hunted, hiked and kayaked numerous times with Mock over the past decade. “When you send your kid out on a bike on a trail, you send him with bear spray.” West Yellowstone has just over 900 full time residents but gets throngs of summer tourists as one of the main entrances into the park. Spring and fall are the quiet seasons when work eases up and locals including Riley head outdoors. Riley, who manages a snowmobile dealership in the area, said a bear was in town two nights after his friend was mauled. “It's not like we're just running around in the forest tempting them. They are everywhere," he said. Mock, 40, managed to call 911 following the mauling and was found by rescuers propped against a tree with the cannister of bear spray in one hand, his father, Chuck Mock, told the Billing Gazette. His other hand had been “chomped off” as he tried to protect himself. One of the animal's teeth punctured his skull and Mock died two days later in an Idaho hospital after undergoing extensive surgery. The Yellowstone region spanning portions of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming has more than 700 bears. Fatal attacks on humans are rare but have increased in recent decades as the grizzly population grew and more people moved into rural areas near bear habitat. Since 2010, grizzlies in the Yellowstone region killed eight people including Mock. The last fatality around West Yellowstone that town Mayor Jerry Johnson could recall happened in 1983, when a 600-pound (272-kilogram) bear dragged a Wisconsin man from his tent and killed at the Rainbow Point campground north of town. Grizzlies are protected under federal law outside Alaska. Members of the region’s congressional delegation have introduced legislation to lift protections and allow grizzly hunting. Mock had been “in awe” of Yellowstone from a young age, according to his father, and moved from Idaho to West Yellowstone about 10 years ago. For the past five years he worked as a guide for a snowmobile touring company owned by Johnson. He was known for being helpful to friends and his love of outdoor adventure, Johnson said. A community memorial service for Mock is scheduled for Saturday at West Yellowstone's Union Pacific Dining Lodge. His relatives will hold a private funeral, Johnson said. Riley said he and Mock came upon bears in the wild numerous times. Sometimes a grizzly would make a bluff charge, running at Riley and Mock but always backing down until last week's attack. “I've held my bear spray 100 times but never had to use it,” Riley said. “What happened to Carl could happen to anybody that walks into these forests at any given time ... I would say if the forest kills me, the forest kills me." Matthew Brown, The Associated Press
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* Brazil holiday expected to keep volumes low * Mexican peso up 04.%, carry trade potential eyed (New throughout, updates prices, market activity and comments) By Ambar Warrick and Susan Mathew April 21 (Reuters) - Mexico's peso rose on Wednesday, recovering from the previous day's slide, and stocks hit 2-1/2 year highs, while most other Latin American currencies traded sideways against a steady dollar. Trading in the region was slow due to a holiday in Brazil, Latam's largest economy. Mexico's peso has benefited also from increased interest in carry trade, owing to its relatively higher yield, as well as reduced volatility in currency markets.
First lady Jill Biden is kicking off a three-day, two-state visit to the U.S. Southwest with a tour of a vaccination clinic in New Mexico, where early efforts to get people registered for shots helped to propel the state's standing as a national leader in vaccine distribution. Wednesday’s tour comes as the nation is set to meet President Joe Biden’s goal of administering 200 million coronavirus doses in his first 100 days in office. The president is expected to outline his administration’s latest plans to motivate more Americans to get shots as demand diminishes.
Netflix’s Master of None will return in May with a third season that reportedly dials down Aziz Ansari’s on-screen presence, more than three years after the acclaimed comedy’s co-creator was the subject of a sexual assault allegation. Instead of focusing on Ansari’s character of Dev Shah, the new season will spotlight Lena Waithe’s Denise, Variety […]
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