Don't expect the Buccaneers wide receiver to have a big Week 9.
Don't expect the Buccaneers wide receiver to have a big Week 9.
Ecolab has supplied Oxford's vaccine-makers, supermarkets such as Tesco and England's National Health Service (NHS) with products during the pandemic this year, and supplies three million commercial sites globally. In the summer, it signed a deal with the NHS to supply 5 million litres of hand sanitiser, which Sam De Boo, Ecolab's President for Western Europe, said was the firm's biggest one-time customer order. "It will of course go down from these current peak levels (but) we do believe it will be higher than 2019," De Boo told Reuters on Thursday.
TORONTO — Ontario is moving to cap the fees third-party delivery apps impose on restaurants in regions where indoor dining is prohibited. The associate minister of small business says the Progressive Conservative government will table legislation today that would give the province the authority to temporarily limit how much apps such as UberEats and DoorDash can charge restaurants in the grey or lockdown COVID-19 restriction zone for their services.Prabmeet Sarkaria says companies who contravene the proposed law could face fines of up to $10 million.He says restaurants can expect to see a cap of 15 per cent on delivery fees -- similar to what was done in New York City, which recently capped delivery app commission fees at 20 per cent to help restaurants weather the pandemic.The bill also aims to protect the pay of delivery drivers and ensure companies don't restrict their delivery zones or cut out certain restaurants. The proposed law is meant to provide temporary relief to restaurants that are now forced to rely on delivery and takeout orders as their only source of revenue due to COVID-19 restrictions barring indoor service. Many restaurants across Ontario have struggled to stay afloat during the pandemic, particularly amid rapidly changing public health rules affecting capacity and hours of operation.Recently imposed 28-day lockdowns in Toronto and neighbouring Peel Region have meant restaurants in those areas are closed to all but takeout and delivery orders, prompting some to push back against the rules.One west Toronto restaurant was shut down by city officials earlier this week after they say it was found to be serving customers on site.Premier Doug Ford has repeatedly urged delivery apps to cut their commission fees in light of the pandemic. Sarkaria noted that SkipTheDishes did so voluntarily. The legislation, if passed, would apply to the largest delivery companies in the province.This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 26, 2020.Paola Loriggio and Nicole Thompson, The Canadian Press
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One bar owner says 'it simply isn't viable' to operate under restrictions as English tiers are revealed.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase said on Thursday its retail and professional-focused platforms were hit by tech problems, with users reporting difficulty trading as bitcoin plunged towards its biggest one-day drop since September. California-based Coinbase said on its website at 14:14 GMT it was investigating connectivity problems, adding at 14:42 GMT that it had identified the problem and implemented a solution. In a separate post at 15:21 GMT on its Coinbase Pro site it said "increased latencies impacting order entry and settlement" for its Coinbase Pro service, adding it was investigating the problem.
The Cleveland Browns are reporting another positive coronavirus test for an unidentified player, continuing what has become an almost daily pattern over the past two weeks. The Atlanta Falcons also stopped in-person work and were conducting operations virtually and doing contact tracing after two members of the non-coaching staff tested positive for COVID-19. The Browns (7-3) already are missing four players, including star defensive end Myles Garrett, for Sunday's game at Jacksonville (1-9).
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BROCKVILLE – If the buses aren’t running, don’t bring your kids to school. That is the message from the Upper Canada District School Board as the COVID-19 pandemic has forced that board to change its inclement weather policy. Pre-pandemic, if bus transportation was cancelled due to inclement weather, schools would remain open for students to attend, including students who normally walk to school. As a response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cohorting of students into classroom “bubbles”, that practice has changed. Before the pandemic, the standard practice of schools would be to combine or pool different classes together on a snow day. With classroom “bubbles” in place, classes cannot be combined. “For the 2020-2021 school year, schools will be required to close when school transportation is cancelled due to poor weather conditions,” said UCDSB Director of Education Stephen Sliwa in a letter to parents sent November 16th. Teachers still travel to their school if it is safe to do so, or connect online to support remote learning. Classwork will be available online for students home because of a snow day, ending one benefit of a day off of school, no class work. School work will be available on the digital learning platforms used by the board, either Brightspace Desire to Learn (D2L) or Microsoft Teams. Classroom teachers will be available during school hours to help students via remote learning. Students unable to access online learning on a snow day won’t be graded negatively because of it. Students who live inside urban boundaries and walk to school cannot attend school in-person that day. Privately run daycare providers in UCDSB facilities may still offer programs, but parents should check with their daycare for further details. “This decision comes after considering student and staff safety during the pandemic, while ensuring there is a continuation of learning on snow days/inclement weather days this season,” Sliwa explained. “The safety of our students and staff remains a top priority with the UCDSB.”Phillip Blancher, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Leader
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Following a request from Apple, Foxconn could be shifting production out of China for some iPad and MacBook models according to a report from Reuters. The new assembly lines would be based in Vietnam. The Taiwanese manufacturer is Apple’s main production partner.
The President of Burkina Faso Roch Kaboré has won a comfortable re-election according to preliminary results given by the country's electoral board on Thursday. Kaboré will serve another five-year term after defeating 12 opponents and securing nearly 58 percent of the vote in the first round.The 63-year-old received 1.6 million votes of the nearly 3 million cast, with turnout in Sunday's election at 50 percent.Opposition candidate Eddie Komboigo, head of the Congress for Democracy and Progress, came second in the vote with 15 percent of the ballot. Zephirin Diabretook, from the Progress and Change Party, who lost to Kaboré in 2015, took 12 percent. By winning an overall majority, Kaboré avoids a second round runoff in which he would have faced a single candidate backed by a united opposition.Kaboré has been criticised for his failure to contain Islamist and ethnic violence that has forced 1 million people to flee their homes. Burkina Faso suffers from culture of ‘the other’ Burkina Faso’s electoral commission has dismissed opposition concerns about the validity of the vote count, while international observers said the polls were, for the most part, free and fair.Final results, which should be released on Saturday, must be verified by the country's constitutional court.
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Foreign affairs minister Simon Coveney confirmed the Government’s decision in the Dail parliament in Dublin.
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Company Announcement No. 20/2020 Copenhagen, 26 November 2020 Today, Athena Investments A/S (”Athena”) has been informed by Fidim S.r.l. (“Fidim”) that Fidim has decided to extend the offer period for the voluntary public cash offer to the shareholders of Athena until 10 December 2020 at 23.59 (CET). The preliminary result shows that Fidim owns or has received valid and binding acceptance of the offer from shareholders representing 89.51% of the share capital and voting rights of Athena.Reference is made to the attached Supplement to the Offer Document dated 19 October from Fidim for further information. The Board of DirectorsContact:Peter Høstgaard-Jensen, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Tel: +45 40 10 88 71 Francesco Vittori, CEO, Tel.: +45 33 36 42 02 Attachments * 2020_Extension_voluntary_offer_26_11_20_UK * Fidim_Supplement_Offer_Document_UK
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Ministers and MSPs have been wrangling over recent weeks about guidance given during a judicial review won by the former first minister.
Italy reported 822 COVID 19-related deaths on Thursday, up from 722 the day before, and 29,003 new infections, up from 25,853 on Wednesday, the health ministry said. Italy was the first Western country to be hit by the virus and has seen 52,850 COVID-19 fatalities since its outbreak emerged in February, the second highest toll in Europe after Britain's. It has also registered 1.510 million cases. While Italy's daily death tolls have been amongst the highest in Europe over recent days, the rise in hospital admissions and intensive care occupancy has slowed, suggesting the latest wave of infections was receding.