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Residents of Slocan Park are going to have to go a little farther afield to send or pick up Christmas packages this year. Customers of the Slocan Park Canada Post outlet were greeted Monday with a notice that the office has been temporarily closed as of November 26. A Canada Post spokesperson told the Valley Voice that the post office has temporarily closed following the retirement of the postmaster. Customers can continue to pick up their mail at their post office box in Slocan Park, but until
Over the past 100 years, around 110 people have owned controlling portions of NFL teams. This basic head count might offer the simplest explanation for how, even with rules in place for nearly two decades that are designed to improve diversity, the league has struggled to build a pipeline for bringing Blacks and other minorities into coaching and front-office positions. The lead investigator for the latest NFL Inclusion and Diversity Report gives a nod to the less-than-satisfying nature of the numbers in that report by leading off his opening message with the reminder: “Progress is a process.”
Eastern Kentucky and Western Kentucky collide in Bowling Green on Saturday night.
The team behind the time-tested IOTA project have revealed a network called Assembly (ASMB) that is aiming to shake up the smart contract space in 2022.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A jury has been seated for the trial of a former Minnesota police officer who claims she mixed up her gun and Taser when she shot and killed Black motorist Daunte Wright. Kim Potter is charged with first- and second-degree manslaughter in Wright’s death in April in Brooklyn Center, a Minneapolis suburb. The 49-year-old Potter, who quit the force two days after the shooting, is white. The jury completed Friday is mostly white, including nine of the 12 members who will deliberat
A First Nations-run program that’s taught a generation of school children about sockeye salmon, their lifecycle and importance to the environment and Indigenous culture is hoping to restart this year stronger than ever. The Fish in Schools program plans to relaunch this January, after a year-long hiatus. “We’re looking at resurrecting the program, after a significant pause because of COVID last year,” says Michael Zimmer, the Fisheries Team Lead for the Columbia Field office of the Okanagan Nati
The judge has denied the allegations but agreed to step down until the case is resolved.
Rocket Lab USA (NASDAQ: RKLB) has taken investors on a wild ride since joining public markets in August via a merger with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). Rocket Lab is one of a number of space starlets that have gone public in recent years, largely through SPACs. It has mostly been space tourism stocks like Virgin Galactic Holdings that have captured the imagination and gotten most of the attention, but Rocket Lab could end up being the better business.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Growth in the services sector, where most Americans work, hit an all-time high in November, overtaking a record that was set the previous month. The Institute for Supply Management reported Friday that its monthly survey of service industries increased by 2.4 percentage points in November from the October record to a reading of 69.1 percent. Any reading above 50 indicates growth. Some of the strength in the services sector is coming from supply chain troubles that are making it
Louie French succeeds the late Cabinet minister James Brokenshire.
Changes to international travel because of omicron
Eight-year-old Saffie-Rose Roussos was five metres away from suicide bomber Salman Abedi as he detonated his device.
BEIJING, December 03, 2021--SINOVAC Biotech Ltd. (NASDAQ: SVA) ("SINOVAC" or the "Company"), a leading provider of biopharmaceutical products in China, announced the Company’s subsidiary SINOVAC Biotech Co., Ltd ("SINOVAC Beijing") settled the litigation with Mr. Aihua Pan concerning its business license and seals.
The main trucking lobbies in Canada and the United States are warning that vaccine and testing requirements for workers will further disrupt supply chains because there is already a dire shortage of drivers. Canada will require vaccines for truck drivers starting in January, while the Biden administration has issued rules requiring truck drivers at companies with 100 or more employees to be vaccinated or submit to weekly testing. For most of the pandemic, truckers crossed the border regularly as they were considered essential workers to keep supply chains flowing.
The chic European royal women are both fans of H&M's sustainable line
Princeton, New Jersey, Dec. 03, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Coface, a leading trade credit insurer, is launching a new team to enhance non-cancellable credit insurance offerings in the North America Region. Ryan Cummings joined Coface North America this week as Head of XoL (Excess of Loss). Ryan comes to Coface with extensive experience in trade credit insurance underwriting and will lead the newly formed team. “Coface continues to invest in people and product development to meet the evolving needs
Joshuah Sparks, 16, stabbed James Gibbons after the 34-year-old challenged a group of youths who were harassing a homeless man.
The rollout will be delivered in ‘in descending age groups’ and focusing on priority groups first.
Gerrard feels he has learned a lot from former boss and Old Firm rival Rodgers over the years.
A federal judge in Virginia on Friday ruled that war-crimes lawsuits against a Libyan military commander who used to live in the U.S. must stay on hold for now to avoid interfering with upcoming presidential elections there. At a hearing in Alexandria, U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema rejected a request to revive the lawsuits against Khalifa Hifter, who has controlled large swaths of the nation during a yearslong civil war. Brinkema last month paused a trio of civil lawsuits against Hifter, just as he was scheduled to be deposed in them.