Employment rate is a better indicator The Fraser Institute

first_imgAn economic think tank says it’s time to update how employment is measured in Canada. The Fraser Institute believes the unemployment rate doesn’t truly reflect how the economy is producing jobs. It states that too many people are leaving the workforce due to retirement, or to go back to school, and such changes are throwing off the jobless numbers.The think tank suggests the employment rate is a better way to evaluate how the economy is producing jobs as it measures the over all percentage of people working, not just those actively participating in the workforce.last_img

Stelco and Bedrock deal leaves pensioners unsure about the future

A proposed deal to sell Stelco to Bedrock Industries is facing local opposition. The union representing Hamilton Steelworkers is saying the deal is too “lean”. The local 1005 says they’re not opposed to Bedrock buying Stelco, they just want more money going into the pension deficit than what’s being promised.Roughly 540 people currently work at Stelco which was once the largest steel maker in the country. Stelco, recently renamed by its current owner US Steel Canada, is looking to restructure after a deal with Bedrock Industries but the sale needs court approval.Experts say the proposed sale satisfies two major creditors: US Steel in the States, and the Provincial Government.While Bedrock has promised to keep retiree pensions and post retirement benefits, the president of the union representing steel workers doesn’t like the deal. There are currently 14,000 Stelco pensioners and 800 million is owed to the pension plan. Bedrock hasn’t agreed to cover that whole amount, or even pay it off over time. read more

UN envoy in Lebanon calls for end to Israeli violations of Blue

“Today, we heard two sonic booms over Beirut,” said Staffan de Mistura, the Secretary-General’s Personal Representative for Southern Lebanon, following a meeting with Lebanese President Emile Lahoud. “These are clear — and loud — violations of the Blue Line, and of Security Council resolutions,” he noted, adding that the overflights were “particularly unhelpful at this time of tension in the region.””Such actions cause unfair concern among the population and should be stopped,” the envoy declared.According to Mr. de Mistura, today marked the 342nd violation of Lebanese airspace by the Israeli Air Force since 1 August 2000. He said the UN has complained informally about such violations, which are also recorded in reports to the Security Council. read more

New UN report warns of devastating effects from ongoing destruction of mangrove

In a new report launched today at the 16th Global Meeting of the Regional Seas Conventions and Action Plans, held in Athens, Greece, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) warned that the deforestation of the planet’s mangroves was exceeding average global forest loss by a rate of three to five times, resulting in economic damages of up to $42 billion annually and exposing ecosystems and coastal habitats to an increased risk of devastation from climate change. “The escalating destruction and degradation of mangroves – driven by land conversion for aquaculture and agriculture, coastal development, and pollution – is occurring at an alarming rate, with over a quarter of the earth’s original mangrove cover now lost,” said UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner.“This has potentially devastating effects on biodiversity, food security and the livelihoods of some of the most marginalized coastal communities in developing countries, where more than 90 per cent of the world’s mangroves are found,” he added. The Executive Director noted that mangroves – which are found in 123 countries around the world – provide ecosystem services worth up to $57,000 per hectare per year, storing carbon that would otherwise be released into the atmosphere and providing the over 100 million people who live in their vicinity with a variety of goods and services such as fisheries and forest products, clean water and protection against erosion and extreme weather events. Mr. Steiner stressed that their continued destruction “makes neither ecological nor economic sense.”In addition to the economic problems posed by mangrove deforestation, the report, entitled The Importance of Mangroves: A Call to Action, also cautions that a continued reduction in the surface area of mangrove forests would inevitably expose coastal environments to the harmful effects of climate change. In the Caribbean, for instance, mangrove-lined “hurricane holes” have functioned for centuries as safe-havens for boaters needing to ride out storms. Meanwhile, the complex network of mangrove roots can help reduce wave energy, limit erosion and form a critical barrier to the dangers posed by the strengthening tropical storms, cyclones and tsunamis which have been assailing coastal communities in recent years due to climate change.In order to safeguard what UNEP calls “one of the most threatened ecosystems on the planet,” the report outlines a number of financial mechanisms and incentives designed to stimulate conservation, including the creation of a Global Mangrove Fund, encouraging mangrove conservation and restoration through carbon credit markets, and promoting economic incentives as a source of local income from mangrove protection, sustainable use, and restoration activities. Mr. Steiner admitted that it was important to present the survival of mangroves in real terms, underlining the economic impact their destruction would have on the local and global communities and pushing for greater international concern for their overall preservation. “By quantifying in economic terms the value of the ecosystem services provided by mangroves as well as the critical role they play in global climate regulation, the report aims to encourage policymakers to use the tools and guidelines outlined to better ensure the conservation and sustainable management of mangroves.” read more

CV Show gains international recognition for 2013

The 2013 Commercial Vehicle Show has received international recognition from the automotive industry’s global body, OICA (Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d’Automobiles). The international status reflects the global significance of the UK road transport industry and the success of the Show.OICA accredits a limited number of car and commercial vehicle exhibitions around the world, marking the event’s significance with regard to its role in the global automotive sector. The Birmingham show is now one of only eight specialist commercial vehicle exhibitions to be recognised by the industry body, alongside equivalent shows in Hanover and Amsterdam (RAI).The Commercial Vehicle Show is owned by the CV Show LLP, comprising the Road Haulage Association, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders and IRTE Services Ltd, the trading company of the SOE (Society of Operations Engineers).Commenting on the announcement, SMMT Chief Executive, Paul Everitt said, “The CV Show is already the UK’s largest road transport event but with OICA’s accreditation, it is now recognised as one of the most influential and important events on the global calendar. This year’s Show has proved to be a resounding success and our new international status will help to build recognition of the important role of the UK road transport industry.”Geoff Dunning, Chief Executive of the RHA commented, “This recognition is a real boost for the CV Show, reflecting the growing interest in the UK market around the world. We already attract exhibitors from such countries as China and Turkey, and this additional exposure should extend our reach to an even wider market.”SOE Chief Executive Nick Jones echoes the reaction to the OICA announcement, saying, “OICA accreditation is most welcome and acknowledges the increasing importance of the CVShow. The CV Show’s new status is confirmation the UK is making a significant impact in this global industry, and the event has proven to be one of the key international commercial vehicle trade shows.”To find out more about the CV Show, go to www.cvshow.comClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more

Brock grad student qualifies for London Olympics

Colin RussellSharing his time between the pool and kinesiology labs at Brock, Colin Russell has qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics.In his first year as a grad student in Applied Health Sciences, Russell has turned his passion for nutrition into the engine that drives both his research and training“I like to learn how different foods impact my body and what nutrients really make a difference,” says Russell, whose research is supervised by Nota Klentrou and Wendy Ward, Kinesiology professors researching nutrition, bone health and muscle physiology.“Colin has been working on the interaction of nutrition and physical activity, in the development of bone in children and adolescents,” says Klentrou, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies in Applied Health Sciences.“He continues his training in laboratory techniques related to his thesis and is preparing a research proposal to be defended prior to the Olympics, if possible.”Nutrition has always been a hobby for Russell, one that will now be the focus of his research and help him better understand its correlation with physical activity.“Don’t get me wrong, I like my cookies and Tim Bits, but nutrition does play a large role in my preparation as I taper my training schedule leading into events,” he says.Competing in the 100-metre freestyle event in Montreal at the beginning of the month, Russell finished third with a time of 49.69 seconds. His time ranked him among the top four swimmers, qualifying him for the 4×100-metre freestyle team.Russell has also been asked to compete in the 4×200-metre freestyle relay for the Olympics, a length he retired in 2011.“I wanted to retire the 200-metre freestyle event while I was on top,” says Russell. “I was undefeated among Canadian swimmers through three years of competition.”“The 100-metre event is a faster sprint that focuses more on the technical aspects. I really worked on my turns and finishes to get everything running smoothly for the qualifying weekend.”Colin will not be the only Russell representing Canada’s swim team at the Olympics. He will be accompanied by his sister, Sinead, who also qualified for the 100- and 200-metre backstroke events, with the possibility of also competing in the 4×100-metre medley relay.“She put a lot of pressure on me,” he said. “She qualified early in the week and made me promise that I would be there to support her at her first Olympics.”The Russells have both been part of the national team since 2009, but will finally be the first siblings to represent Canada as part of the Olympic swim team in 36 years.“She was fast,” says Russell. “Fast enough in her main event (200-metre backstroke) to break a national record.”“Being at the Olympics with her is going to be very special for the both of us. I know I had a lot of questions at my first Olympics in Beijing, so I will be there to answer any questions she might have.”The Russells’ Olympic journey begins on July 3 with a pre-composition camp in Olbia, Italy. This staging camp acclimatizes swimmers to the time change 10 days before the opening ceremonies.For Colin Russell, the high from the Olympics will not end with the closing ceremonies; it will just begin, as his wedding is just 10 days following the Olympics. read more

Redesigned centrifuge basket improves coal dewatering process

first_imgAury Africa was recently tasked with redesigning a Centrifugal & Mechanical Industries (CMI) 1400 generic basket, which is able to achieve very low moisture levels, for a mining company in Witbank. Water used in coal processes can be considered a contaminant, as it reduces the effective heating value of coal. Coal is adequately dewatered using conventional screens or basket centrifuges. Centrifuge baskets are used for common dewatering technique for raw fine coal, as they are generally simple, cheap and robust. The dewatered coal is sold commercially as a raw product.Aury Africa MD Mark Houchin explains that the centrifuge basket was custom-made for the mine. “We measured up an old basket and made a thrift basket in our workshop in Johannesburg, and it was put in seven weeks ago and is still running. The mine tried other suppliers to manufacture a new basket for the operation, but they wouldn’t last.”The actual manufacture of the basket started in March 2016, which was then tested to ensure product quality. Due to the success of the basket, Aury Africa has also been tasked with repairing the mine’s other baskets. Aury Africa produces wear-resistant baskets for a variety of applications and process consumables to fit a range of OEM products.“We provide a cost-conscious alternative to traditional suppliers. We have many years of experience in making baskets for various companies. We are quite used to dealing with different types of baskets and know what needs to be done to make a basket last. A high-quality basket is supposed to process at least 50,000 t of coal in its lifespan,” states Houchin.Houchin highlights that Aury Africa prides itself on being able to engineer winning solutions for existing plant maintenance issues and thereby increase uptime, while ensuring lower site costs and higher profits. “Coal prices are at a low and cost is becoming a big thing, with companies trying to cut costs in their operations. We have come up with cost-effective solutions without compromising quality,” Houchin concludes.last_img read more

Two adults one child killed when SUV overturns near Kalama

first_imgThree people were killed and three others injured, one critically, when a vehicle went off the freeway in Kalama and overturned Saturday, according to the Washington State Patrol.WSP Trooper Will Finn said the crash occurred at 4:36 p.m. in the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 at Exit 27 in Kalama.Finn said a large SUV carrying six occupants — three adults and three children — went off the roadway and overturned, rolling at least one and a half times before coming to rest on its roof.Five of the six SUV occupants — two adults and three children — were ejected, according to Finn. He said it’s believed that none of those five had been wearing seat belts.The first trooper arriving on scene attempted CPR on one of children, a girl, but she was pronounced dead at the scene. Two adults, the girl’s grandparents, were also dead at the scene, according to Finn.Another child suffered critical injuries and was transported by LifeFlight to a hospital, Finn said.The mother of the three children and a third child were transported by ambulance to a hospital in Longview. The extent of their injuries was not immediately known, according to Finn.last_img read more

Expert tells how to spot prevent elder abuse

first_imgWhen an elderly woman who had lived frugally for years to save $500,000 suddenly couldn’t make her rent after giving her son power of attorney, Bellingham police called Vancouver forensics accountant Tiffany Couch to track down what happened to the money.Couch, owner of Vancouver’s Acuity Forensics, has built her company on solving fraud cases for law enforcement, businesses and individual clients. On Thursday, she gave advice about how to spot and prevent financial exploitation of vulnerable adults without her help.“The numbers always tell the story,” Couch said.Couch spoke as part of the Clark County Friends of the Elder Justice Center’s fourth annual elder abuse conference, Building Bridges: Serving and Protecting Vulnerable Adults. The event is intended to educate the public about how to recognize, prevent and stop elder abuse and is geared toward law enforcement, attorneys and others who work with vulnerable adults.Couch said she mostly works for clients who want to uncover fraud in their companies, but she has had an increasing number of clients related to personal financial exploitation, including of vulnerable adults and in divorce cases.A number of external pressures, including unemployment, debt and other economic tolls, may give people an incentive to commit fraud.“We can’t control the pressures,” Couch said. “The only thing we can do is limit an opportunity to commit fraud.”Fraudsters often rationalize their behavior, she said.The son of the elderly woman whose $500,000 vanished later admitted to spending the money to pay off credit card bills, buy a car, send his daughter to private school, make home improvements and purchase other items, Couch said.last_img read more

Compliance news at a glance January 2016

first_imgHigh Court rules peripatetic staff are eligible for auto-enrolmentThe High Court has ruled that peripatetic workers are eligible to be auto-enrolled into a workplace pension scheme, after Fleet Maritime Services (FMSB) challenged the Pension Regulator’s (TPR) approach and guidance on peripatetic workers. bit.ly/1OTzx1tUS court rules on back-pay case for unpaid breaksA US Court has ruled that publishing firm American Future Systems, which operates as Progressive Business Publications, is liable to pay staff back wages for unpaid rest breaks, as well as an equal amount in liquidated damages. bit.ly/1Pw2TPJGovernment confirms cap on early-exit pension chargesChancellor George Osborne has outlined a proposal to place a duty on the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to cap excessive early exit penalties. The FCA will be responsible for setting the level of the cap, which it will consult on in due course. bit.ly/1JZS3F4last_img read more

Community Members Speak Out On Invocation Policy Ruling

first_imgFacebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Residents of the Kenai Peninsula testified at the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly meeting on Tuesday following a recent ruling by the Alaska Supreme Court that the current prayer policy violates the State Constitution. Keith: “On behalf of many faith based groups, churches, and individuals I believe the most recent policy in giving invocations is credible and meets the first amendment clause correctly.”  Ed Jr.: “I believe that this assembly, and many of us in this room need prayer. Now, there are some in this room that may not welcome it, and we as prayer givers should accept that fact that we must have come tolerance.” Borough Attorney Colette Thompson said it’s now up to the assembly on whether to appeal the most recent ruling.center_img Something some community members believe is a waste of borough resources. Bob: “I’m requesting those of you on the assembly, or the mayor, I’d like to know how much has been spent from inception to current. This is important especially as the borough keeps saying we need more money, we need more money.”  Despite the most recent ruling the borough assembly meeting on Tuesday started off with the pledge of allegiance followed by an invocation by Borough Assembly President Wayne Ogle.last_img read more

Production Porsche 911 Speedster finally debuts at New York Auto Show

first_img 2019 Porsche 911 Speedster is a 502-hp, limited-run stunner 0 26 Photos Post a comment More From Roadshow See All May 29 • 2020 Ford Escape: Everything there is to know We’ve been waiting on the arrival of a new 911 Speedster since last year’s Rennsport Reunion festival in Monterey, California, where Porsche showed the 911 Speedster as a concept. Fortunately, we didn’t need to wait too long for the production version, as the chopped, lightened and pared-back Porsche debuted at the New York Auto Show.Enlarge ImageThe concept is finally headed to production — albeit in very, very limited numbers. Steven Pham/Roadshow I’m glad to report that virtually nothing has changed from the concept I saw last year to this, the production version. In keeping with the history of the Speedster nameplate (and, before that, the iconic 356 1500 America Roadster), this latest flavor of 911 is pared back about as much as a modern 911 can be.Visually it starts with a chopped front windshield and side glass, creating a lower stance that’s picked up by the hulking new rear decklid. A pair of throwback aerodynamic humps stand proud but, breaking the retro theme, that surface is made of carbon fiber. The front hood and fenders are also made of the stuff, while the front and rear fascias are cast of lightweight polyurethane. 2019 Porsche 911 SpeedsterEnlarge ImageThere is a manual fabric top that you can put on if needed, but the Speedster is best left roofless. Steven Pham/Roadshow The lightweighting continues on the inside, deleting the car’s air-conditioning system — though buyers who prefer comfort to purity can have it added back as a no-cost option. There may not be a need, however, as the car doesn’t really have a roof. There is a manual fabric top, but that’s likely not the kind of thing you’ll want to fiddle with every day.Brakes are lightweight carbon-ceramic and the only transmission on offer is a six-speed manual, 9 pounds lighter than Porsche’s seven-speed box, 40 pounds lighter than the PDK and, in my experience, far more rewarding than either of those two. That’s mated to the same 4.0-liter flat-six found in the GT3 and GT3 RS, an engine that’ll happily scream up to 9,000 rpm. It has no turbos, which also saves weight from the relative lack of plumbing.The net result is a car that weighs 3,230 pounds. Sure, that’s no Miata, but it is a roughly 200-pound savings over the standard 911 coupe. That, combined with the excellent six-speed and that incredible motor, should make for one heck of a rewarding drive when it hits the road later this year. Orders open on May 7, so eager Porschephiles will want to start pestering their local dealerships now. Cost is $274,500, plus a $1,250 destination fee. As it often goes with fast cars, less is more. New York Auto Show 2019 Porsche 2019 Porsche 911 Speedster first drive: Superb sensations reading • Production Porsche 911 Speedster finally debuts at New York Auto Show Apr 19 • Check out the gory details in Honda’s IIHS crash-tested HR-Vcenter_img New York Auto Show 2019 Originally published April 16 at 7:45 p.m. ET.Update, 12:51 p.m.: Adds new photos from the show floor. • 2019 Acura NSX review: Hitting its stride Share your voice 2020 BMW M760i review: For both the driver and the driven Apr 19 • Acura MDX PMC Edition is a hand-assembled SUV in brilliant red paint Apr 19 • Volkswagen’s US CEO says around $25,000 would be a smart price for a small pickup Tags Performance Cars Convertibleslast_img read more

Study shows proximity to industrial facilities does not translate to better jobs

first_img Explore further Credit: CC0 Public Domain Citation: Study shows proximity to industrial facilities does not translate to better jobs for minorities (2018, October 3) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-10-proximity-industrial-facilities-jobs-minorities.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. In the United States, as in other parts of the world, government officials are often faced with deciding whether the harm caused by industrial polluters is worth the jobs they provide. In such cases, it is often argued that such facilities will offer more or better jobs to people who live in the area. In this new effort, Ash and Boyce argue that such claims may not be true for minorities. To learn more about how minorities fare in such situations, they pulled information from the U.S. Environmental Agency and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission databases and sorted the data by the amount of pollution emitted, job opportunities and race.They found that living near facilities such as oil and gas refineries or coal processing plants did not significantly bolster minority employment. Instead, they found that while minorities are more likely to be exposed to pollutants from such facilities, they could not count on them for jobs.More specifically, after looking at data from 712 heavily polluting industrial facilities, they found that just 10.8 percent of the jobs at such facilities were held by black people. Also, only 9.8 percent of such jobs were held by Hispanic people. They also found that people of color held less than 7 percent of jobs that were considered to be higher paying across all of the industrial sites listed. Sadly, they also found that black people experienced 17.4 percent of exposure to air pollutants from the facilities, and Hispanics experienced 15 percent.The researchers noted that the oil and gas industry, which includes some of the worst polluters, offered very few opportunities for minorities—just 9 percent of the workforce was black. Even worse, black people were paid 23 percent less on average than white people. Meanwhile, twice as many black people as white people were found to be exposed to pollutants from such plants.The researchers conclude by claiming their data shows that black and Hispanic people are exposed to a larger share of pollutants than non-minorities, compared to the number of jobs they hold in the facilities they studied. More information: Michael Ash et al. Racial disparities in pollution exposure and employment at US industrial facilities, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2018). DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1721640115center_img Journal information: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences © 2018 Phys.org A pair of researchers at the University of Massachusetts has found that minorities living close to industrial facilities do not necessarily gain an employment advantage. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Michael Ash and James Boyce describe their study and comparison of environmental and job data from government agencies and what they found. Searching for diversity in Silicon Valley tech firms – and finding somelast_img read more

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The Economist has delved into a potentially influential new paper on reforming the climate wars. Setting up limits on carbon emissions and subsidizing alternative energy is the wrong approach, eastern Ukraine,VIEW MOREBill Ingalls—NASA1 of 7Mohammed bin Salman the crown prince of Saudi Arabia has won TIME’s Person of the Year 2017 online reader poll earning more votes than other world leaders industry titans entertainers and activists The 32-year-old crown prince received 24% of the “yes” votes cast Second place went to the people around the world who shared their experiences with sexual assault and harassment as part of the #MeToo movement with 6% of the votes Finishing third with 5% of votes each were former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick special counsel Robert Mueller and the Dreamers undocumented immigrants who were brought to the US as children TIME editors make the ultimate selection for Person of the Year identified as the person or group of people who for better or worse wielded the most influence in the previous 12 months The poll provides insight about how our readers view the people who most shaped the year In previous years the winner of the reader poll has differed from the individual selected by TIME as Person of the Year In 2016 for example Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi won the online reader poll but Donald Trump was named Person of the Year In 2015 Vermont Sen Bernie Sanders was favored among readers but German Chancellor Angela Merkel was given the final title Crown Prince Mohammed the son of King Salman made headlines recently when he led the arrest of dozens of businessmen and members of the royal family over corruption a crackdown that critics and experts have described as an effort to consolidate power Data from the reader poll was collected by Apester TIMEs Person of the Year will be revealed on Dec 6 The shortlist is here Contact us at editors@timecom The Soyuz TMA-18M spacecraft is seen as it lands with Expedition 46 Commander Scott Kelly of NASA and Russian cosmonauts Mikhail Kornienko and Sergey Volkov of Roscosmos near the town of Zhezkazgan send 100 freight trains a day through St.However, "It’s all a big jumble, Maj. the other alleged debtors are Etisalat, My proposals here are more easily said than done. In some cases.
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