Tori Spelling has some regrets about her “Beverly Hills, 90210” days. Specifically, that she didn’t sleep with Ryan Seacrest when he appeared on the show.
Tori Spelling has some regrets about her “Beverly Hills, 90210” days. Specifically, that she didn’t sleep with Ryan Seacrest when he appeared on the show.
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Aylmer councillors approved the 2021 budget at a 2.46% increase, with a total net levy requirement of $5,987,984, at a virtual council meeting on Monday, April 12. The average homeowner in Aylmer ($213,345 on detached home, based on Current Value Assessment) will pay an additional $20.40 annually. “That’s a very affordable budget and it was because of the exceptional cases that we see our community going through,” said Chief Administrative Officer Andy Grozelle. The percentage increase would have been lower, he added, if not for the provincial freeze on the Current Value Assessment (CVA). The estimated assessment in Aylmer has shrunk by $1,275,000 as a result. Last year saw a CVA increase of 5.9%, which offset levy requirements. This marks the fourth Aylmer budget presentation. A 4.4% increase was called for at the most recent budget presentation on Feb. 1, and the current levy amount of 2.46% was reached mainly through reductions in labour and benefit costs. Those refinements to the estimated labour and benefit costs reduced the budget by $130,000. Staff also recommended a one-time reduction of transfer to reserves, which reduced spending by $50,000. Mr. Grozelle noted a critical gap in capital requirements for future sustainability, which creates a looming infrastructure deficit. However, reducing the reserve transfer from $650,000 to $600,000 would provide one-time rate relief to the community during the pandemic. Other cost-cutting measures since then included a $20,000 reduction of transfer to the Parks Capital Reserve, a $10,000 reduction in travel due to COVID-19, and the postponement of a water filling station, which saved another $10,000 for this year. “COVID-19 has created challenges on how accurately the town can develop predictable budgets,” said Mr. Grozelle. “Although staff have undertaken to do our best, I believe both 2020 and 2021 will always have an asterisk next to them for all municipalities, because the variances we are seeing are not normal in the circumstances.” Some key pressures on the 2021 budget this year include substantially increased insurance rates, a reduction in the Ontario Municipal Partnership Fund (OMPF), and multiple priorities combined with limited resources and time. Main deliverables for the emergency services department this year include new fire chief and director of emergency services Todd McKone, a return to community involvement and education as COVID-19 restrictions lessen, and the resale of a pumper truck. Corporate services projects planned for 2021 include a communications and social media plan, as well as the planned renovations to Aylmer Town Hall, which will combine it with the attached building at 25 Centre Street. Other projects include a planning and development process review, an electronics records management system, modernized council chambers, and continued improvement of customer service processes for all departmental functions. A key budget pressure in this department is the salary increase for the new Deputy Clerk role. “There have been some moderate salary increases as a result of restructuring positions in the department,” said Legislative Services Director/Clerk Josh Brick. Other pressures include computer and software costs associated with modernization, as well as limited revenues from 2020 due to office closures and service reductions (for example, marriage licenses). The financial department plans to conduct a review of accounts, implement new business processes and modernization, and update the budgeting process for general clarity. Operations department projects include sand replacement for wastewater lagoons, advance for the next phase of water planning, and a review of the ERTH Power Corporation agreement. Some challenges associated with this department include difficulty filling Operator positions, increased costs for the new waste contract, and costs associated with future planning for water infrastructure. Councillor Pete Barbour mentioned there was a possibility of enhanced provincial support for various projects, and asked Operations Director Rob Johnson if he had a list of projects that can be or will be “shovel-ready.” “Staff are always looking at the guidelines when the province announces that there is funding available,” responded Mr. Johnson, adding the SCADA control upgrade and replacement project and water tower projects as priorities. Planned parks and recreation activities include working with community groups to bring usership back as soon as possible, working with Southwestern Public Health to prepare for vaccine distribution, and a review of user fees and opportunities for cost recovery in 2022. Cr. Tom Charlton commented that there was $20,000 set aside for park and trails expansion in the draft project list, and asked for further details on the project. Mr. Grozelle said he was not sure at this time, but he would follow up and email council with those details. Cr. Barbour said the project list showed the total cost, but that it does not say where these funds are coming from. He asked if these projects would be funded through taxation, reserves, or a combination of both. “Everything is going to be funded out of reserves for 2021,” responded Treasurer Heather Sachs. Cr. Barbour again clarified that everything would be paid through reserves, and Ms. Sachs confirmed that it would be in 2021. Staff will bring forward a final bylaw next week for ratification, said Mr. Grozelle. Veronica Reiner, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Aylmer Express
Apple has launched a study that could determine if a Watch or iPhone can predict COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses.
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The Alkaline Water Company Inc. (NASDAQ and CSE: WTER) (the "Company"), the country’s largest independent alkaline water company, further expands its presence in the Midwest reaching 30 million potential consumers through Meijer supercenters and grocery stores. Meijer, the 15th largest grocery chain in the country, has begun to stock its shelves with their smooth tasting Alkaline88®, in three sizes — 1.5-liter, 1-gallon and eco-friendly 500ml aluminum bottles.
HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo., April 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Vivos Therapeutics, Inc. (“the Company”) (NASDAQ: VVOS), a medical technology company focused on developing and commercializing innovative diagnostic and treatment modalities for patients suffering from sleep-disordered breathing, including mild-to-moderate obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), today announced the appointment of Mimi Guarneri, MD, FACC as an independent consultant serving in the role of Medical Director of Clinical Education, effective April 1, 2021. Dr. Mimi Guarneri is widely acclaimed as a leading Integrative Cardiologist in America. She is Board-certified in Cardiovascular Disease, Internal Medicine, Nuclear Cardiology, and Integrative Holistic Medicine. Dr. Guarneri is a Founder and President of The Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine. She serves on the Founding Board of the American Board Physician Specialties in Integrative Medicine and is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of California, San Diego. An award-winning physician and researcher, she has been recognized for her national leadership in Integrative Medicine by the Bravewell Collaborative, and she served as chair of the Bravewell Clinical Network for Integrative Medicine. Dr. Guarneri was honored as the ARCS Scientist of the Year in 2009. A highly sought speaker, Dr. Guarneri presents both nationally and internationally and in 2017 presented at the Vatican on Health and the Climate. Dr. Guarneri has been interviewed on many nationally syndicated television shows including The Dr. Oz Show, NBC Today, and PBS Full Focus and To the Contrary. Among her other private practice endeavors, Dr. Guarneri owns and operates the Company’s first Pneusomnia Center for Craniofacial Sleep Medicine located in Del Mar, California, and her duties for the Company will include the promotion and expansion of the Company’s Medical Integration Division. “We are very excited to welcome Dr. Guarneri to Vivos Therapeutics in this new capacity,” said Kirk Huntsman, Vivos’ Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “As a global medical leader in comprehensive and holistic approaches to cardiovascular disease and sleep disorders, she will be a valuable addition to our growing organization. Her wealth of experience and credibility as an award-winning physician and researcher will help inform other physicians about our breakthrough diagnostic and treatment technologies.” Dr. Guarneri commented, “I am excited to be a part of such a dynamic organization so passionately focused on finding and treating patients with obstructive sleep apnea. As a practicing cardiologist, I see the ravages of OSA in my patients every day, and I find the Vivos System to be a novel approach that advances our ability to give patients the relief they need.” About Vivos Therapeutics, Inc.Vivos Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ: VVOS) is a medical technology company focused on developing and commercializing innovative treatments for adult patients suffering from sleep-disordered breathing, including obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). The Vivos treatment for mild-to-moderate OSA involves customized oral appliances and protocols called the Vivos System. Vivos believes that its Vivos System oral appliance technology represents the first clinically effective non-surgical, non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical and cost-effective solution for people with mild-to-moderate OSA. Vivos oral appliances have proven effective in over 15,000 patients treated worldwide by more than 1,200 trained dentists. Combining technologies and protocols that alter the size, shape and position of the tissues of a patient’s upper airway, the Vivos System opens airway space and significantly reduce symptoms and conditions associated with mild-to-moderate OSA. The Vivos System has been shown to significantly lower Apnea Hypopnea Index scores and improve other conditions associated with OSA. The Vivos Integrated Practice (VIP) program offers dentists training and other value-added services in connection with using the Vivos System. For more information, visit www.vivoslife.com. Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking StatementsThis press release and statements of the Company’s management made in connection therewith contain “forward-looking statements” (as defined in Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended) concerning future events, particularly with respect to the public offering described herein. Words such as “may”, “should”, “expects”, “intends”, “plans”, “believes”, “anticipates”, “hopes”, “estimates” and variations of such words and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. These statements involve known and unknown risks and are based upon a number of assumptions and estimates, which are inherently subject to significant uncertainties and contingencies, many of which are beyond Vivos’ control. Actual results (including the anticipated benefits of Dr. Guarneri’s association with the Company as described herein) may differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially include, but are not limited to, the risk factors described in Vivos’ filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”). Vivos’ filings can be obtained free of charge on the SEC's website at www.sec.gov. Except to the extent required by law, Vivos expressly disclaims any obligations or undertaking to release publicly any updates or revisions to any forward-looking statements contained herein to reflect any change in Vivos' expectations with respect thereto or any change in events, conditions or circumstances on which any statement is based. Investor Relations Contact:Edward LoewInvestor Relations Officer(602) firstname.lastname@example.org Media Relations Contact:Caitlin Kasunich / Jenny RoblesKCSA Strategic Communications(212) 896-1241 / (212) email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Terreno Realty Corporation Acquires Property in Kent, WA for $10.0 Million
MathWorks today previewed the agenda for MATLAB EXPO 2021 to be held live across multiple international time zones during May 4–5, 2021. The event will feature more than 70 sessions and interactive workshops spanning 10 focus areas including AI, autonomous systems, modeling and simulation, predictive maintenance, 5G and radar, and teaching with MATLAB and Simulink. Attendance is free and registration is now open at: www.matlabexpo.com/online.html.
Enedo Plc Stock Exchange Release April 14, 2021 16:15 Notification according to chapter 9, section 10 of the securities markets act Enedo Plc has received a notification with reference to Chapter 9, paragraph 5 of the Finnish Securities Markets Act. Issuing company: Enedo Plc Basis of announcement: An acquisition or disposal of shares or voting rights Complete name: Soinitilat Oy, Turku, Finland Date of transaction and exceeding the threshold: 12.4.2021 Total position of person(s) subject to the notification obligations: % of shares and voting rights% of shares and voting rights through financial instruments% of totalTotal number of shares and voting rights of issuerResulting situation on the date on which the threshold was crossed or reached3,2 3,268 523 193Position of previous notification (if applicable)5,87 5,87 Notified details of the resulting situation on the date on which the threshold was reached/crossed: Class/type of sharesNumber of shares and voting rightsNumber of shares and voting rights% of shares and voting rights% of shares and voting rights DirectIndirectDirectIndirect (SMA 9:5)(SMA 9:6 and 9:7)(SMA 9:5)(SMA 9:6 and 9:7)FI40004152522 181 962 3,2 Full chain of controlled undertakings through which the voting rights and/or the financial instruments are effectively held starting with the ultimate controlling natural person or legal entity: Name% of shares and voting rights% of shares and voting rights through financial instrumentsTotal of bothHeikki Soini3,2 3,2 ENEDO PLC Vesa Leino President and CEO For further information, please contact Mr. Vesa Leino, CEO, tel. +358 40 759 8956. DISTRIBUTIONNasdaq Helsinki LtdPrincipal media ENEDO IN BRIEF Enedo is a European designer and producer of high-quality electronic power supplies and systems for critical equipment even in the most demanding environments. Enedo’s mission is to make electricity better – more reliable, more secure, more energy efficient – and just right to fit its purpose. Enedo’s three main product categories are Led Drivers, Power Supplies and Power Systems. In 2020 the group’s revenue was EUR 38,5 million. Enedo has 354 employees and its main functions are located in Finland, Italy, Tunisia and USA. The group’s head office is in Finland and parent company Enedo Plc is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki Oy. www.enedopower.com
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - April 14, 2021) - Renforth Resources (CSE: RFR) (OTC Pink: RFHRF) (FSE: 9RR) reported additional results from its 2020 drill program at its Parbec gold deposit in Quebec, including 10.75 metres grading 1.54 g/t gold, which included 2.85 g/t gold over 3.61 metres. Renforth holds an open pit gold deposit in Parbec, a district scale battery metals discovery in Surimeau, and the Malartic West property, the site of a ...
CALGARY, Alberta, April 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The United States supplied nearly four out of every five barrels of oil imported into Canada in 2020 while crude imports fell 20 percent due to lower demand during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the latest analysis from the Canada Energy Regulator (CER). Imports of crude oil decreased to 555,000 barrels per day (b/d), down from 693,000 b/d in 2019 with 77 per cent of total crude imports coming from the U.S. in 2020, up from 72 per cent in 2019. Of the remaining crude imports, 13 per cent came from Saudi Arabia, four per cent from Nigeria, three per cent from Norway, and the remainder from several other countries. While Canada exports nearly 6.5 times more oil than it imports, it still relies on oil imports to feed refineries in the Atlantic Provinces, Quebec and Ontario. Less than one third of Canadian crude oil is processed by Canadian refineries for a variety of reasons, such as lack of pipeline access to domestic supplies, specific product requirements of refineries, or because it costs less to import. Most of the oil Canada imports is transported by marine tanker and pipeline, with small volumes being imported by rail. The CER produces neutral and fact-based energy analysis to inform the energy conversation in Canada. Market Snapshots are part of a portfolio of publications on energy supply, demand and infrastructure that the CER publishes regularly as part of its ongoing market monitoring. Quick Facts The total cost of imported oil fell 40 per cent over the previous year to $11.5 billion, reflecting the lower volumes and decline in global crude prices.Imports into Newfoundland and Labrador decreased from 106 Mb/d to 29 Mb/d in 2020, and all came from the U.S. while costs decreased to $77.87 per barrel.Imports into New Brunswick decreased in 2020 to 245 Mb/d from 278 Mb/d, half of which came from the U.S. while costs decreased to $58.89 per barrel.Imports into Quebec decreased from 203 Mb/d to 153 Mb/d in 2020, and all came from the U.S. while costs decreased to $52.92 per barrel.Imports into Ontario decreased from 97 Mb/d to 43 Mb/d, and all came from the U.S. in 2020. Costs decreased to $53.37 per barrel. Quotes “The source for Canada’s crude oil imports has changed dramatically over the past decade. The United States has moved from a bit player in 2010 to a major supplier today, with the majority of oil imported into Canada coming from our southern neighbour.” Darren Christie Chief Economist Canada Energy Regulator Associated Links Market Snapshot: Crude oil imports decreased in 2020, and so did the costMarket Snapshot: Refineries are reducing production due to lower oil demand during the COVID-19 pandemicMarket Snapshot: How does the early 2020 crude oil price drop compare to other historic events in global crude oil markets?Imports and Exports of Energy Products Data Visualization The Canada Energy Regulator (CER) works to keep energy moving safely across the country. We review energy development projects and share energy information, all while enforcing some of the strictest safety and environmental standards in the world. To find out how the CER is working for you visit us online or connect on social media Contacts Karen Ryhorchuk Communications Officer Canada Energy Regulator Email: Karen.Ryhorchuk@cer-rec.gc.ca Telephone: 403-671-9756
Boxlight Corporation (Nasdaq: BOXL), a leading provider of interactive technology, digital signage, and software solutions, today announces the podcast Motivating Young Women into STEM Careers with Hannah Olson, Co-founder of MyStemKits.com – one of the Boxlight MimioSTEM solutions.
The governments of Canada and Ontario announced $656.5 million in funding to provide critical infrastructure upgrades to protect students and staff from COVID-19 in the province's schools.
Investors should always be seeking a margin of safety in their investments, whether they're looking at growth stocks, value stocks, or dividend stocks. In today's market, where price-to-sales multiples have exploded and unprofitable companies are worth billions, it can be hard to find bargain stocks.