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Videocast: Hot, Stormy Fourth of July
From 1 October, some 37,400 Ministry of Education teachers, allied educators and kindergarten teachers will receive a five to 10 per cent increase in their monthly salaries.
Major Emmerdale spoilers revealed for 22-26 August 2022
Researchers revealed grocery price inflation jumped to 11.6% for the four weeks to August 7.
The cub is currently named Little Red until it is old enough to have its first health checks by vets.
It’s your guide to all the EastEnders spoilers for 22-25 August 2022.
As with Covid, corporate interests are taking priority over getting vaccines to people and areas that most need them, says Nick Dearden, director of Global Justice Now
Charming ‘bulldozer’ Anaïs sprints after emotional stimulants in breezy tale of graduate student who seduces her publisher’s partner
Rouvali’s Proms debut as principal conductor of the Philharmonia could have been more challenging; while violinist Jennifer Koh was understated on Missy Mazzoli’s Procession
Backing for education savings accounts jumps by double digits Partisan Rifts Widen, Perceptions of School Quality Decline Findings from the 2022 Education Next Survey of Public Opinion on Education Cambridge, Massachusetts, Aug. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Americans’ perception of local school quality has declined since 2019, backing for school choice measures has shifted sharply upward, and support for increasing teacher salaries has reached its highest level in the survey’s history, the 16th
LONDON, August 16, 2022--More UK enterprises are using SAP, primarily in the cloud, as they pursue all possible avenues for growth and recovery from the pandemic, ISG says.
The Company Has No Present Plans For Reverse Split And Restates It Is Addressing Program To Alleviate Dilution Of the Company’s StockNEW YORK, NY, Aug. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Green Stream Holdings Inc. (OTC PINK: GSFI) ("the Company") (https://greensolarutility.com), an emerging leader in the solar utility and finance space, in response to shareholder requests for updates, today reiterated that it will use debt to employ a leveraged buyback program, and has, at present, no plans for a reve
The Ontario government says forest fires have dwindled dramatically this year compared with last year, when fires tore through a record amount of land in the province. Evan Lizotte, a fire information officer with the Ministry of Natural Resources, says there have been 179 fires this year so far, which have burned 2,416 hectares of land. He says that's compared with more than 1,000 forest fires and more than 782,119 hectares burned by the same time last year -- the most land burned on record in
A Mountie who was fired after he showed a revealing photo of himself to an assault victim and exchanged sexual texts with her during an investigation fought successfully to get his job back by arguing he was denied a proper hearing. An adjudicator pointed to flaws in the way the case against Const. Andrew Scott Hedderson played out, reinstated him and awarded him back pay, according to a decision recently made public and posted on the RCMP's website. The adjudicator also ordered a second hearing
Life Science Research and Vertically Integrated California Cultivator Creates Global Research Registry to Better Understand Clinical Effects of Cannabis VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Aug. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Juva Life Inc. (CSE: JUVA) (OTCQB: JUVAF) (FRANKFURT: 4VV) (“Juva Life,” “Juva” or the “Company”), a life science company with both pharmaceutical research and development and consumer-facing operations in cannabis production and distribution, today announced their newly revised WCG
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - August 16, 2022) - CopAur Minerals Inc. (TSXV: CPAU) (OTCQB: COPAF) ("CopAur" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the results of its recently completed four hole, 1,428 metre diamond drill campaign at its Williams Copper-Gold Project located in the Toodoggone region of north-central British Columbia. Drilling targeting untested soil geochemical anomalies at the GIC porphyry target has resulted in the discovery of a new gold zone yielding ...
See those flashing lights near a school? That means you’ll need to slow down.
After hundreds of hours of testimony, weeks of public hearings and a lot of finger pointing, the city and the consortium that built the Confederation Line finally agree on two things: higher levels of government need to more directly involved in pricing major infrastructure projects and city officials need to be more transparent about how those projects are going. The provincially appointed commission conducting the Ottawa Light Rail Transit public inquiry posted the closing statements of nine p
OTTAWA — Statistics Canada is expected to release July's inflation data this morning. Economists believe the inflation rate may have already peaked given the recent drop in gas prices, which fuelled May and June's inflation reading. RBC is forecasting the year-over-year inflation rate fell from a nearly 40-year high of 8.1 per cent in June to 7.7 per cent in July. As countries around the world struggle with skyrocketing prices, there are some signs inflation is beginning to ease, with the U.S. s
OTTAWA — One-quarter of front line employees surveyed at Canada's border agency said they had directly witnessed a colleague discriminate against a traveller in the previous two years. Of these respondents, 71 per cent suggested the discrimination was based, in full or in part, on the travellers' race, and just over three-quarters cited their national or ethnic origin. The figures are drawn from a survey conducted as part of an internal Canada Border Services Agency evaluation that looked at how
OTTAWA — Some energy experts warn a deal to sell Canadian hydrogen to Germany will serve as only a small, far-off and expensive part of the solution to Europe’s energy crisis. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are set to sign a hydrogen agreement in Stephenville, N.L. next week, during Scholz's official visit to Canada. A government official speaking on the condition they not be identified confirmed there will be a hydrogen accord signed that is the culmination of m