Khloé Kardashian is speaking out about her sister Kim’s controversial birthday bash — and her own bout with COVID-19.
Khloé Kardashian is speaking out about her sister Kim’s controversial birthday bash — and her own bout with COVID-19.
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ExxonMobil has called off the potential multibillion-dollar sale of its oil and gas assets in Australia's Bass Strait, according to the Australian Financial Review. "After completing an extensive market evaluation, ExxonMobil has decided to retain its operated Gippsland Basin producing assets in Australia," a spokesman for ExxonMobil's local affiliate Esso Australia was quoted by the AFR as saying. An ExxonMobil spokesman was not immediately available for comment on Saturday.
Los Angeles County announced a new stay-home order Friday as coronavirus cases surge out of control in the nation’s most populous county. “We know we are asking a lot from so many who have been sacrificing for months on end,” Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said.
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The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 6:34 p.m. COVID -19 infections keep surging in B.C. with the latest peak at 911 new positive cases. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says there have also been another 11 deaths for a total of 395 deaths since the pandemic started. There have been three more outbreaks in long-term care or assisted-living facilities, bringing to 54 the number of sites that have outbreaks. More than 10,000 people are under active health monitoring, while 21,304 people who were infected are considered recovered. --- 5:30 p.m. The Alberta government is empowering 700 more peace officers to enforce COVID-19 public health orders. Justice Minister Kaycee Madu says fines for breaking the rules can range from $1,000 to $100,000 in extreme cases that end up in court. New rules announced this week include a ban on private social gatherings and capacity limits in stores. Alberta reported 1,227 new infections on Friday and nine more deaths. Chief medical officer Dr. Deena Hinshaw says 405 people are in hospital, including 86 in intensive care. She says one way to free up space for the growing number of severely ill COVID-19 patients in hospital is to postpone surgeries. --- 3:52 p.m. Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has tested negative for COVID-19. He was tested Monday after eating at a restaurant in Prince Albert where the Saskatchewan Health Authority says someone there was positive with the virus. Moe's office says he will remain in isolation at his home in Shellbrook until Sunday, as per the advice from public health. He will be in Regina Monday for the opening of the legislature and delivery of the throne speech. --- 2:54 p.m. Saskatchewan is reporting four more people have died from COVID-19 and says there are 329 new infections in the province. Health officials say those who died were 70 and older. The Ministry of Health reports the seven-day average of daily cases sits at 268. There are 111 people in hospital and 16 receiving intensive care. As of Friday, no team sports are allowed in the province and capacity at public venues like churches, movie theatres and casinos is limited to 30 people. The measures are part of the latest round of restrictions Premier Scott Moe announced earlier in the week to stem the virus's spread while avoiding a second shutdown of non-essential businesses. --- 2:44 p.m. Manitoba is cracking down on retailers not following public health orders as health officials say COVID-19 is starting to impact vulnerable populations at a higher rate. Officials announced 344 new cases and 14 more deaths. Dr. Brent Roussin, the chief provincial public health officer, says there is significant community spread in lower-income neighbourhoods and among the homeless population. He discouraged people from leaving their homes for any non-essential reason and cautioned retailers against trying to find loopholes in the health orders. The province issued a $5,000 ticket to a Winnipeg Costco this week for selling non-essential items. --- 1:57 p.m. Nova Scotia is reporting nine new cases of COVID-19, all in the central health zone, which includes Halifax. The province now has 119 active cases of novel coronavirus. Health officials say one new case identified today is at Bedford South School, which is a pre-primary to Grade 4 school in the central zone. Starting today, ongoing voluntary testing is being introduced to monitor, reduce and prevent the spread of COVID-19 in long-term care. --- 12:51 p.m. Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting four new positive cases of COVID-19, for a total of 31 active cases across the province. One of the individuals is a man in his 60s in the eastern region of the province whose infection is related to another identified case. A man and a woman in their 50s in the eastern region and a woman in her 40s in the western region have also tested positive. The source of those three infections is under investigation. --- 12:48 p.m. New Brunswick is reporting 12 new cases of COVID-19, bringing its number of active cases to 114. Public Health says seven cases are in the Saint John area, three are in the Moncton region and two are in the Fredericton area. All three health regions are under the province's heightened "orange'' pandemic alert level. Dr. Jennifer Russell, the province's chief medical officer of health, says there should be no non-essential travel in and out of these zones. --- 12:10 p.m. Nunavut's chief public health officer says four members of the Canadian Red Cross touched down in Arviat today to assist with a COVID-19 outbreak. Dr. Michael Patterson says the team will help with isolation and contact tracing in the community of around 2,800 people. The Government of Nunavut has also announced it will give $1 million to municipalities for community food programs as the territory heads into its second week of a lockdown. Nunavut is currently under a territory-wide, 14-day lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19. --- 11:40 a.m. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Major-General Dany Fortin has been tapped to lead the Canadian military’s role in coordinating logistics for distributing a COVID-19 vaccine across the country. Fortin most recently served as the chief of staff for the Canadian Joint Operations Command. He was also commander of the NATO military training mission in Iraq from November 2018 until last fall. The announcement follows days of criticism over the Trudeau government's vaccination strategy and uncertainty about when Canadians might have access to an eventual vaccine. --- 11:24 Ontario is reporting 1,855 new cases of COVID-19 in another record-high daily increase. Twenty more Ontarians have died from the virus. Health Minister Christine Elliott says new infections remain concentrated in the Greater Toronto Area, including 517 more cases in Peel Region and 494 in Toronto. Provincial data say the seven-day average for infections in the province is 1,489 per day. --- 11:13 a.m. Quebec is reporting 1,269 new COVID-19 infections and 38 more deaths linked virus, including nine that occurred in the past 24 hours. Health officials said today hospitalizations decreased by six, to 669, and 90 people were in intensive care, the same number as the day prior. The province says 1,236 more people recovered from COVID-19, for a total of 119,727 recoveries. Quebec has reported 138,163 COVID-19 cases and 6,984 deaths linked to the virus since the beginning of the pandemic. --- 11:02 a.m. Nunavut is announcing four new cases of COVID-19, all in the community of Arviat. This brings Arviat’s total number of cases to 119. Three more cases in Arviat and Rankin Inlet are now considered recovered. There are 151 active cases of COVID-19 in Nunavut. --- This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 27, 2020. The Canadian Press
SÉCURITÉ. Avec les premières bordées de neige qui tombent, les Québécois ajustent leur conduite. Il demeure que des accidents peuvent survenir. À ce sujet, sauriez-vous quoi faire en cas de collision avec un poteau électrique? Grande règle de base: restez dans votre véhicule et signalez le 911. Cependant, si le fait de rester dans votre véhicule mettait votre vie en danger, voici les étapes à suivre suggérées par Hydro-Québec : 1\. Ouvrez grand la portière en restant dans le véhicule et en ne touchant qu’à la poignée. 2\. Collez vos deux pieds ensemble et placez-les sur le pas de la portière. Gardez les bras près du corps. 3\. Sautez à pieds joints hors du véhicule de manière à ne jamais entrer en contact en même temps avec le véhicule et le sol. 4\. Éloignez-vous en faisant des petits bonds, en gardant toujours les pieds joints, jusqu’à ce que vous ayez atteint une distance d’au moins 10 mètres du véhicule ou des fils au sol. De même, si vous êtes témoin d’une collision avec un poteau électrique et que vous devez porter secours aux victimes, composez d’abord le 911 pour signaler et décrire l’accident. En tout temps, tenez-vous à une distance d’au moins 10 mètres du véhicule et des fils au sol. Stéphane Lévesque, Initiative de journalisme local, L'Hebdo Journal
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Appreciated Media Holdings Inc. ("Appreciated Media" or the "Corporation") (TSXV: AMH) (OTCQB: AMEFF) is pleased to announce that the board of directors of the Corporation (the “Board”) has negotiated a forbearance agreement with Amcomri GP BVI Limited (“Amcomri”) until January 5, 2020. As a condition to the receipt of forbearance, the Board has approved a reorganisation of the Corporation’s management and Board, effective immediately. Pursuant to the reorganisation, the Board has appointed Robert Price as the Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation to replace Stephen Brown and appointed Larry Howard as the Corporation’s Interim Chief Financial Officer to replace Mark Groenewald, effective immediately. In addition, Messrs. Price and Howard have each been appointed to the Board.Mr. Price is the former Managing Director of Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment – UK/Nordics, and was also the Chairman of the British Association for Screen Entertainment and has also held senior marketing positions at media, gaming and entertainment companies located throughout the United Kingdom.Mr. Howard is a Director of Amcomri Media Group (“AMG”) and serves on its board of directors. Mr. Howard is responsible for all of the company’s worldwide sales and operations, including end-to-end management of AMG’s investments. He led the acquisition of Metrodome, Tartan Palisades and Hollywood Classics as well as the formation of Amcomri Film Partners and 101 International Limited.Further, in connection with the reorganisation, Stephen Brown and Mark Groenewald have ceased to be officers of the Corporation. Following the reorganisation, the Board is comprised of Michael Walker, Andy Lyon, Stephen Brown, Larry Howard and Robert Price.In connection with the appointment of Mr. Price and Mr. Howard as directors and officers of the Corporation, the Corporation entered into a forbearance agreement (the “Forbearance Agreement”) with Amcomri pursuant to which Amcomri has agreed to forbear on the enforcement of its rights against the Corporation until January 5, 2021 and to provide $100,000 of bridge financing to the Corporation (the “Bridge Loan”) to cover the Corporation’s payroll and to allow sufficient time and resource for management and the Board to complete a strategic review of the Corporation, its assets and its liabilities. For additional details regarding the obligations of the Corporation to Amcomri and Amcomri’s associated rights against the Corporation, please see the Corporation’s press release dated November 26, 2020 which is available under the Corporation’s profile on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.Pursuant to the terms of the Forbearance Agreement, amounts advanced under the Bridge Loan will be payable upon demand but will be provided on an interest-free basis.Further, as previously announced, the Corporation is subject to a cease trade order issued against the Corporation by the British Columbia Securities Commission as a result of the Corporation's failure to file the Corporation's annual financial statements, management's discussion and analysis and associated officer certificates for the year ended June 30, 2020 (the "Required Annual Filings"), in accordance with the timelines set forth in National Instrument 51-102 - Continuous Disclosure Obligations.As a result, trading in the Corporation's securities was halted on the TSX Venture Exchange. The Corporation continues to work towards completing the Required Annual Financials and will provide a further update upon confirmation of the anticipated timing for completion.Given the Corporation’s failure to make its Required Annual Filings and the cease trade order issued by the British Columbia Securities Commission, the Corporation has requested that trading in the Corporation’s common shares be halted on the OTC until such Required Annual Filings have been completed.About Appreciated Media Holdings Inc.Appreciated Media (TSXV: AMH) (OTCQB: AMEFF) is a multi-faceted entertainment company based in Vancouver.Neither the TSX Venture Exchange Inc. ("Exchange") nor its regulation services provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this press release.Forward-Looking StatementsThis press release contains forward-looking information and forward-looking statements (collectively, "forward-looking statements") as such terms are defined by applicable securities laws. Forward-looking statements are statements that relate to future, not past, events. In this context, forward-looking statements often address expected future business and financial performance, and often contain words such as "anticipate," "believe," "plan," "estimate," "expect," and "intend," statements that an action or event "may," "might," "could," "should," or "will" be taken or occur, or other similar expressions. Forward-looking statements are subject to a number of known and unknown risks and uncertainties, many of which involve factors or circumstances that are beyond Appreciated Media's control and Appreciated Media's actual results could well differ materially from those stated or implied in forward-looking statements due to many various factors. Although Appreciated Media believes that the expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, Appreciated Media cannot guarantee that the events and circumstances reflected in the forward-looking statements will be achieved or occur. The timing of events and circumstances and actual results could differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. Accordingly, one should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. All forward-looking statements contained in this press release are made as of todays date and Appreciated Media undertakes no obligation to update or publicly revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.For further details, please see the Corporation’s documents filed under the Corporation’s profile on the System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval at www.sedar.com.For inquiries, please contact:Larry Howard, Director Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +353-87-686-8255
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The Houston Texans have released veteran wide receiver Kenny Stills. Despite being undermanned this season at the position after the offseason trade of All-Pro Deandre Hopkins to Arizona, Houston decided Friday to cut Stills.
Tyler Goodson ran for 87 of his 111 yards in the second half and Zach VanValkenburg recovered Adrian Martinez's late fumble to secure Iowa's 26-20 win over Nebraska on Friday. The Hawkeyes (4-2, 4-2 Big Ten) extended their win streak to four games and have beaten the Cornhuskers (1-4, 1-4) six years in a row. ''Any time you win a Big Ten game it's a big deal, especially against a rival,'' Iowa quarterback Spencer Petras said.
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Par ailleurs, 22% des adultes québécois qui ne possèdent pas déjà un des appareils intelligents évalués dans l'enquête ont l'intention de s'en procurer, ce qui représente une augmentation de 7 points de pourcentage par rapport à 2019. Malgré tout, plusieurs freins persistent, comme c'était le cas en 2019. Le principal frein à l'acquisition d'appareils intelligents pour le foyer demeure la perception d'un manque d'utilité ou de pertinence (62 %). Par ailleurs, plus du tiers des non-détenteurs d'appareils intelligents interrogés affirment qu'ils repoussent l'achat de ce type de produits parce qu'ils ne croient pas qu'ils les utiliseraient assez souvent (39 %). Parmi les deux freins à l'achat ayant la plus forte augmentation depuis 2019, nous retrouvons le prix (37 %) avec une augmentation de 11 points de pourcentage de même que la confidentialité et la sécurité des données (36 %) avec une hausse de 7 points de pourcentage. À propos de l'Académie de la transformation numérique (ATN) L'Université Laval, en partenariat avec le gouvernement du Québec, a créé l'Académie de la transformation numérique (ATN) pour répondre aux besoins des entreprises, des organismes publics, des ministères et des municipalités en matière de transformation numérique. Stéphane Lévesque, Initiative de journalisme local, L'Hebdo Journal
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SANTÉ. Dans le cadre de la Semaine nationale de sensibilisation aux dépendances, les centres de réadaptation en toxicomanie Portage souhaitent rappeler l'enjeu majeur que représente la crise des opioïdes, aggravée par le contexte de la COVID-19. «L'isolement et l'anxiété causés par les mesures sanitaires nécessaires pour contrer la pandémie ont sans équivoque aggravé leur situation déjà précaire, menant à une augmentation de la consommation d'alcool et d'autres drogues. Par exemple, en Ontario, on constate une augmentation de 25 % du nombre de décès par surdoses pendant les trois premiers mois du confinement, pour un total de 621 décès. Face à une prolongation assurée de la crise sanitaire, il est plus important que jamais de soutenir les personnes aux prises avec une dépendance et de les informer des services spécialisés adaptés à leur situation», indique-t-on en rappelant que la crise ne date pas d'hier. En effet, le rapport du Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l'usage des substances, paru en juillet dernier, témoigne de la gravité de la crise alors qu'il montre que le nombre d'hospitalisations causées par des intoxications aux opioïdes a augmenté de 27% au cours des cinq dernières années et que 3 823 décès ont été enregistrés en 2019, un taux de 10 décès par 100 000 habitants. Constatant cet enjeu majeur depuis quelques années, le Comité de santé et sécurité de Portage a pris la décision d'équiper tous ses centres de naloxone et de former ses intervenants pour qu'ils soient en mesure d'administrer ce médicament, qui peut inverser les effets d'une surdose. À propos de Portage Depuis 47 ans, Portage a aidé des milliers de personnes aux prises avec des problèmes de toxicomanie à vaincre leur dépendance. L'organisme gère des centres de réadaptation en toxicomanie à Montréal, à Prévost, à Québec et à Saint-Malachie. Stéphane Lévesque, Initiative de journalisme local, L'Hebdo Journal