VANCOUVER — A group on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside says Indigenous women need to be included in leadership and decision-making positions in governments and other organizations if violence against women is going to stop.It’s one of 35 recommendations made in the Red Women Rising report released by the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre.The report is based on interviews with 113 Indigenous women and 15 non-Indigenous women.Co-author Carol Muree Martin says the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, which is expected to release its recommends this month, will consider their report.She says she hopes their report — which include personal stories of child apprehensions, lack of access to adequate housing and poverty, and other issues — contributes to an overhaul of existing laws to create a more just society.Grand Chief Stewart Phillip of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs says the report is “timely,” as it comes the day after former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould, who is Indigenous, was ejected from the Liberal caucus.The Canadian Press
Torrey DeVitto Speaks At Launch Of StigmaFree CampaignTorrey DeVitto Speaks At Launch Of StigmaFree Campaign
As part of National Mental Health Awareness Month, Philosophy’s hope & grace initiative partnered with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) to launch the #stigmafree campaign, a national effort focused on shattering the stereotypes associated with mental illness.Torrey DeVitto, Rachel McCord and Jamie Stone at the Philosophy and NAMI #stigmafree luncheon in honor of Mental Health Awareness monthCredit/Copyright: Araya DiazAt the event, held at the Estérel Restaurant at the Sofitel Hotel in Los Angeles last Thursday, Torrey DeVitto and Rachel McCord were among those who gathered to help break the stigma of mental illness.Torrey DeVitto and her newly found love, Artem Chigvintsev from Dancing With the StarsCredit/Copyright: Araya DiazNAMI is the largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.Torrey DeVitto talked about her own battles with mental health wellbeing, and helped shed light on the more than 450 million people worldwide who suffer from mild to serious mental health issues.
The Latest Bill passed involving wages at Uber other firmsThe Latest Bill passed involving wages at Uber other firms
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Latest on a California bill that would provide wage and other benefits to workers at so-called gig economy companies such as Uber and Lyft. (all times local):11:35 a.m.California lawmakers have sent the governor a bill that would give new wage and benefit protections to workers at so-called gig economy companies such as Uber and Lyft.The 56-15 Assembly vote Wednesday marked a victory for labour unions and a defeat for tech companies that vehemently oppose the proposal.Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom has already said he supports it.If signed, the proposal could have national implications as politicians and businesses confront the changing nature of work in the so-called gig economy.Most of the major Democratic presidential contenders urged California lawmakers to pass the bill that would make it harder for companies to classify workers as independent contractors.While its impact on gig economy companies has drawn most of the attention, it would affect a wide array of industries.___11 p.m.The California Senate has passed a bill that would give new wage and benefit protections to workers at so-called gig economy companies like Uber and Lyft.The 29-11 vote late Tuesday sends the bill back to the state Assembly for final approval over strident Republican opposition. Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom has said he supports it.The proposal has drawn staunch opposition from on-demand delivery and ridesharing companies while winning support from many of the Democratic presidential contenders.It puts into law a California Supreme Court decision making it harder for companies to classify workers as independent contractors. The bill would make those companies classify their workers as employees instead.While its impact on gig economy companies has drawn most of the attention, it would affect a wide array of industries.The Associated Press
Household debt ratio falls Canadas net worth rises in the first quarterHousehold debt ratio falls Canadas net worth rises in the first quarter
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Household debt ratio falls, Canada’s net worth rises in the first quarter by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 20, 2013 9:25 am MDT OTTAWA – Canadian household indebtedness has taken another step back from last year’s highs, with the closely watched debt-to-income ratio dropping to a still-high 161.8 per cent in the first quarter of 2013.Statistics Canada reported Thursday that it was the second quarterly decline in a row in the ratio of household debt to disposable income. It was at 162.76 in the third quarter of 2012 and fell to 162.62 per cent in the fourth quarter of last year.“Following several years of rising indebtedness, excesses associated with household debt are finally starting to unwind in a gradual manner,” TD economist Diana Petramal wrote in a commentary Thursday.“The moderation in borrowing was largely driven by a slowdown in mortgage credit growth (up 5.4 per cent), which cooled to the weakest pace since 2001.”She noted that it was the third consecutive quarter in which overall Canadian household debt grew more slowly than assets.Statistics Canada said Thursday that household net worth advanced 1.9 per cent in the first quarter, led by gains in the value of equity holdings and pension assets.The agency noted that the main index on Canada’s largest stock exchange rose 2.5 per cent in the first quarter. Since then, however, the S&P/TSX composite index has dropped well below where it began the year in January.The index was at 12,500 at the beginning of the first quarter but rose to about 12,750 at the end of March. On Thursday afternoon, the index was down about 200 points to below 12,100.Statistics Canada said the value of household real estate increased by 0.9 per cent in the first quarter, reflecting strength in real estate values. Industry data suggest residential real estate prices have continued to climb since then.In the first quarter, Canada’s overall national net worth rose to $7.1 trillion or $202,000 per person, an increase of 2.1 per cent from the fourth quarter of 2012. That compared with a 1.1 per cent rise in the previous quarter and was the biggest increase in national net worth since the first quarter of 2012.“Higher asset prices, primarily real estate, led the advance, while national saving accounted for three per cent of the increase in national net worth,” Statistics Canada said.
BBC row with LGBT staff after they are told to stop tweetingBBC row with LGBT staff after they are told to stop tweeting
It is understood Mr Thompson was privately rebuked by managers, and a subsequent email from head of news Fran Unsworth, leaked to The Guardian, has asked staff to stop tweeting criticism of the BBC or opining on “political issues”.The letter reads: “We all have personal views, but it is part of our role with the BBC to keep those views private,” and threatens “appropriate action” if staff members are found to have broken the social media guidelines. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. LGBT ‘issues’? Like what? That we exist? One of them, RIGHT HERE, is on your TV every morning. I held back on this, hoping it was clumsy writing, done in haste. But it’s still online. Would you ask if it’s ‘morally right’ to learn about gender/race/religion/disability ‘issues’? https://t.co/V24tHo39w1— Ben Thompson (@BBCBenThompson) March 29, 2019 Ben Thompson has since “pinned” the tweet he was reportedly rebuked for sending to his Twitter profile page, making it more prominent, and written to his followers: “Thank you for all your messages.” He has also “liked” many tweets critical of the letter to staff.A BBC spokesperson said the company does not comment on staff matters, but pointed out that the letter from Fran Unsworth is general and does not mention LGBT issues. The BBC is in the midst of a row with LGBT staff after they were told to stop tweeting “political views” in the wake of a controversial Question Time debate.It is understood that the internal LGBT group at the BBC is to confront news bosses Kamal Ahmed and Richard Burgess after the organisation was accused by staff of “legitimising homophobia”.A source within the group has said their response to the controversy has been “inadequate” and they “don’t seem to get it.”Members of BBC staff were angered to see the Question Time Twitter account ask: “is it morally right for 5-year-old children to learn about LGBT issues in school?”BBC Breakfast presenter Ben Thompson replied: “LGBT ‘issues’? Like what? That we exist? One of them, RIGHT HERE, is on your TV every morning.”I held back on this, hoping it was clumsy writing, done in haste. But it’s still online. Would you ask if it’s ‘morally right’ to learn about gender/race/religion/disability ‘issues’?” One senior broadcaster told The Telegraph : “I think there is a serious concern that the criticism of coverage is being dealt with more harshly and swiftly than the coverage problems themselves. I know senior editors in major news and radio programmes that are very concerned about the coverage in recent weeks. The legitimate coverage of the Birmingham protests is being used as an excuse or cover to debate our [LGBT] rights and existence. Neither of which are a matter of debate anymore.”He continued: “The coverage is, sometimes, nuanced and worthy. However the framing of it – especially online or in headlines – is, by its nature, simplified. This is cackhanded at best and at worst encouraging or legitimising homophobia.”After Mr Thompson’s tweet, other members of staff made their views known, including LGBT sports podcaster Jack Murley, who tweeted: “As someone in the same organisation as you, what exactly about me do you think would be ‘morally wrong’ for children to learn about? And would you allow the same question if ‘LGBT’ was replaced by another minority? Yours, An increasingly narked colleague.”Peter Ruddick, from BBC Breakfast, added: “To all those expressing concern about the BBC coverage and/or framing of the debate around LBGT lessons: you are not alone. That is all it is appropriate for me to Tweet given this is controversial. But know that your concerns are being heard, are shared and WILL be raised.”
CrumEwing murder High Drama as Magistrate reopens then discharges case againCrumEwing murder High Drama as Magistrate reopens then discharges case again
…following 2nd request by DPP for ‘Grey Boy’ to be committed to High CourtChaos and confusion erupted at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday morning when City Magistrate, Judy Latchman, for the second time, refused to commit Regan “Grey Boy” Rodriguez to stand trial in the High Court for the murder of political activist, Courtney Crum-Ewing.Regan “Grey Boy” RodriguezThe Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Shalimar Alli-Hack sent another letter to Magistrate Latchman ordering her to commit Rodriguez to stand trial in the High Court for the murder today, after her first letter of request, sent yesterday, went unheeded. Latchman read the letter to the accused which cited provisions set out in the Criminal Law Procedure Act Section 72 (2) ii (a) which allows the DPP to order that the accused be committed for the murder.The letter in part read “I am of the opinion that a Prima Facie case has been made out against the accused and as such I order that you remit your decision and commit him to stand trial for the murder of Courtney Crum-Ewing”.The City Magistrate first informed the accused that she will be following the law and will re-open the case.However, upon hearing this announcement, chaos broke out as Rodriguez began to yell “two times, I was freed, I have to go back again?!”It took Police Officers a number of minutes to restrain the accused as he on numerous occasions attempted to leave the Courtroom stating “I can’t take that!”Rodriguez’s family members along with others present, broke down in tears at what was unfolding.Rodriquez continued to yell “the Police put a gun in my house and no one is investigating them, god knows I didn’t do it, is my life them want!”However, when asked by Latchman whether he would like to call any witnesses, Rodriguez said that only one man can save him and that is God.State Attorney for the matter, Nigel Hughes did not make additional submissions.Latchman was forced to adjourn the Court for a few minutes. However, upon her return, she stated firmly that the Court has found no Prima Facie case against the accused and as such, the court maintains its decision.The Magistrate added that she did not find sufficient evidence for the defendant to be committed to stand trial and as such she discharged the matter again.First requestLatchman on Tuesday refused the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP’s) first request to commit Regan “Grey Boy” Rodrigues to stand trial in the High Court for the murder of Courtney Crum Ewing.On Monday, she threw out the case due to insufficient evidence and one day after, the Office of the DPP, through Special Prosecutor Nigel Hughes, made the request to have her commit Rodrigues to stand trial in the High Court.On Monday, Rodrigues was set free for a second time after the prosecution failed to provide sufficient evidence to link him to the murder of political activist Courtney Crum-Ewing.In making her ruling, the Magistrate considered all of the facts presented to her. She highlighted evidence given by Crime Scene Analyst, Delicia Brown, whose submission to the court revealed that the .32 pistol and five .32 bullets found at the accused’s home was indeed the said gun used in the execution of Crum-Ewing.However, she stated that no actual evidence was presented to the court to prove that Rodrigues pulled the trigger, thus committing the heinous act, even though 14 witness statements alleged such.She also alluded to the facts that the oral statements given by Rodrigues during the course of the investigation did not implicate him in the killing, and as such he had no case to answer to.Murdered Courtney Crum-EwingCrum-Ewing was gunned down as he was, at the time, urging residents of Diamond to cast their ballots in the May 2015 elections.Months after, Rodrigues was arrested and charged with the murder but was freed in September of 2016.However, in April of 2017, he was rearrested after the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) ordered that the case be reopened. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedCrum-Ewing’s murder: “Grey Boy” committed to stand trial in High CourtFebruary 12, 2018In “Court”‘Grey Boy’ charged for allegedly threatening Crum-Ewing’s motherAugust 25, 2017In “Court”Rodrigues freed once more for Crum-Ewing murderJune 6, 2017In “Court”
Somnifères et anxiolytiques des médicaments dangereuxSomnifères et anxiolytiques des médicaments dangereux
Somnifères et anxiolytiques : des médicaments dangereuxMonde – Une récente étude démontre que la consommation de médicaments visant à combattre l’insomnie et l’anxiété augmenterait de 36% les risques de décès. Des chercheurs canadiens se sont penchés sur les effets des somnifères et des anxiolytiques au cours d’une étude de très grande ampleur. En inhibant le système nerveux central, ces médicaments diminuent fortement l’attention, la coordination et le temps de réaction. Ainsi, les risques de mortalité par chute et autres accidents seraient augmentés de 36%.Cette étude, parue dans la revue Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, appelle à utiliser ces traitements avec précaution. Les personnes âgées sont particulièrement concernées. En effet, elles sont fragiles et sujettes aux accidents domestiques. Or, elles sont 20% à consommer ce type de médicaments. D’autres pistes thérapeutiques devraient donc être explorées pour calmer leurs angoisses. Autre fait inquiétant, les somnifères et les anxiolytiques pourraient également favoriser les suicides et les apnées du sommeil. Le 9 septembre 2010 à 11:26 • Emmanuel Perrin
Ce qui se cache derrière les “doodle” de GoogleLes célèbres logos caméléons de Google étonnent toujours plus chaque jour. Mais qui est derrière ce concept et décide des sujets qui seront traités ?Tout utilisateur du moteur de recherche Google a eu un jour envie de comprendre l’envers du décor des fameux “doodle”, ces logos Google thématiques qui évoluent selon les évènements. C’est une petite armée d’artistes et d’ingénieurs au coeur de la Silicon Valley qui les conçoivent, nous explique l’AFP. Pour le dernier en date, c’est l’anniversaire de Freddie Mercury, le mythique chanteur de Queen qui aurait fêté ses 65 ans ce lundi, qui a ainsi été choisi.À lire aussiÉquinoxe du Printemps : pourquoi tombe-t-il le 20 mars ?Penchée sur son ordinateur en plein coeur du siège de Google à Mountain View (Californie), Jennifer Hom peaufine les derniers détails de ce doodle au sein de l’équipe créative des “doodle”. Elle s’inscrit ainsi dans une lignée commencée en 1998 par les fondateurs de Google eux-même, Larry Page et Sergey Brin. Ces deux derniers, partis assister à la rencontre artistique “Burning man” dans le désert du Nevada, avaient décidé d’inclure un dessin du personnage onirique du festival au logo de Google (visible ci-contre). Depuis, la Saint-Patrick, l’anniversaire de Pac-Man ou même Jules Verne et son Nautilusde Vingt mille lieues sous les mers ont eu les honneurs de ces logos caméléons. Une idée dont la réussite est expliquée par Ryan Germick, responsable de l’équipe créative des “doodle”. “Cela nous permet de dire aux utilisateurs que nous sommes là, que nous sommes des personnes, et que nous aimons les mêmes choses qu’eux”, analyse-t-il. Bien vu, effectivement…Découvrez en images le top 10 réalisé par Maxisciences des meilleurs Doodle de GoogleLe 5 septembre 2011 à 16:51 • Maxime Lambert
Logo of arrestMembers of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) on Friday arrested a man along with huge amount of counterfeit Indian and Bangladeshi currency notes from his residence at Tikarampur in Chapainawabganj municipality.The arrestee is Md Rubel, 21, son of a certain Akbar Ali of Jorbagan area in the municipality, reports UNB.Acting on a tip-off, a team of the law enforcement agency conducted the raid at his residence and arrested him along with the fake currency notes, said RAB-5camp commander squadron leader Md Syed Abdullah Al-Murad.The RAB men also seized several currency-making machines and other equipment from the house, he added.
As well as the newly introduced Daily Deals, Steam continues to offer big discounts at the weekends on key titles. This weekend’s deal can’t be ignored as you can potentially pick up 10 indie games for the price of 2.Steam has put together two indie game packs and called them the Indie Action Pack and the Indie Variety Pack. Here’s the contents of each:Indie Action PackAaAaAA!!! – A Reckless Disregard for GravityGridrunner RevolutionMetal DriftStarscapeZombie DriverIndie Variety PackA.R.E.S.: Extinction AgendaAtom Zombie SmasherCapsizedMachinariumSwords and Soldiers HDWhich pack you decide to pick up depends on your gaming preferences, but personally both packs have titles in worth owning. The price of each pack helps make the decision to buy both easy too, because it is so low.Both sets of 5 games cost just $9.99 each, meaning you can pick up 10 games for under $20. Tempted? If you’re still unsure then just head on over to the Steam page for each pack and click each game’s title. You’ll get a bunch of screenshots and in most cases a gameplay video too.To highlight just one of these games, our personal favorite here at Geek.com has to be Machinarium. It’s a beautiful adventure and puzzle game with point-and-click controls coupled with an unforgettable art style. If you like that type of gameplay it’s worth the pack price alone.As with all Steam weekend deals you can take your time considering a purchase. The offer extends to 10am PT Monday morning.via Steam News
The Gifted Season 2 Episode 4 Recap Everyone Works TogetherThe Gifted Season 2 Episode 4 Recap Everyone Works Together
Stay on target ‘The Gifted’ S2 Finale Recap: Death, Destruction & Hope for Season 3’The Gifted’ Season 2, Ep 5 Recap: The Reunion We’ve Waited For For the past three weeks, the Mutant Underground has felt a little disjointed. The Struckers were handling their own family drama, Eclipse was off in his own story, and Thunderbird and Blink were the only ones trying to find a way forward. Last night’s episode bucked that trend, and got the entire Mutant Underground on the same page for once. For the first time in what feels like forever, the protagonists were all working towards the same goal. It blew up in their faces, of course, but it gave us a tightly paced episode that brought the action without sacrificing any of the emotion this season’s been pulling off so well.This week’s flashback stars the Struckers for a change. Back when Reed and Caitlin were pregnant with Andy. A doctor tells her that her condition is unstable. That there’s a great risk that both she and the baby will die if she carries the pregnancy to term. I’m guessing Caitlin’s complications have something to do with Baby Andy’s mutant powers. Even still, Caitlin is determined to have the baby. They apparently got through a similar situation with Lauren, after all.Jamie Chung, Blair Redford, Natalie Alyn Lind and Sean Teale Cr: Guy D’Alema/FOX.In the present, the Struckers are once again determined to make Andy part of the family. They finally sit down to talk out the repercussions of getting Andy back without having the same argument again. The events of last week made Lauren reconsider the meaning of her recurring dream. Maybe it’s not exactly a warning. Maybe, she thinks, it’s a sign that she should be the one to bring him home. Meanwhile, Eclipse just wants to hold his baby again. It’s so rare that everyone’s united in purpose like this. They even have a staring point. Blink learned from Erg that the Inner Circle has taken an interest in a mental hospital. Now, they just need to know what they’re planning. To do that, they need more information on the Inner Circle. That means going back to Wire from the first episode. That proves much harder than it should be. The Inner Circle is now especially determined to tie up any loose ends, and Wire is a big one. The Mutant Underground heads to Wire’s hideout to find only Wire’s angry brother, Graph, with a shotgun. The Inner Circle killed Wire, and Graph blames the Underground.Thunderbird takes a blast to the shoulder, but he’s near-indestructible. The shot hurts like hell, but he’ll survive. Good thing too, because that means Blink can put on her snarky I-told-you-so face. Meanwhile, Graph is refusing to tell the Underground anything helpful. He does let them know exactly what Reeva is capable of. At least everyone knows about her hostile takeover of the Hellfire club now. Caitlin Strucker has a real dark moment here. We’ve been waiting all series for Amy Acker to get a scene with some real conflict and depth, and here it is. She’s played the worried mom all series. Now, she’s the desperate and dangerous mom. The one willing to do anything to get her son back. That includes forcing Graph, a Kick addict, to suffer an immediate withdrawal so he’ll hack into the hospital’s security system. Caitlin going this dark is a genuinely shocking, and the coldness with which Acker plays the part is unsettling. I like it.Amy Acker and Stephen Moyer Cr: Guy D’Alema/FOX.He finds out that they Inner Circle has taken down all the communications going in and out of the hospital. Whatever they’re planning to do, it’s happening right now. Thunderbird, Blink, Eclipse and Lauren race to the hospital to figure out what’s going on and hopefully find Andy. It’s only once they get there that Graph is able to access the security cameras and see what’s going on. (Thanks to Caitlin shooting him up with pharmaceutical Kick right after forcing him through withdrawal. Yeah, she’s actually a little scary in this episode. Even Reed thinks so.) He sees the Frost Sisters, with Lorna in tow, attacking the hospital. Andy’s there too. After Caitlin brings Graph to the point of overdose, she’s treated to an image of Andy smiling straight at the camera. The entire Strucker family is giving me chills in this episode.At the mental hospital, none of the confrontations go well. Blink and Thunderbird find Polaris, and tell her it’s not too late and she can still come back. Has that ever worked in any TV show? It doesn’t here either. She ignores them, and releases all the mental patients at once. With Thunderbird and Blink distracted, Polaris, the Frost Sisters and Andy make their escape. That’s when they run into Lauren, almost literally. Lauren uses her bubble shield to stop the truck and force Andy to get out. However she imagined this confrontation to go in her head, this probably wasn’t it. Andy refuses to listen to her, even when she brings up the dream. She insists that as siblings they belong together. Andy blows her back with his powers, knocking her unconscious on the ground.THE GIFTED: Emma Dumont Cr: Guy D’Alema/FOX.This was definitely a somber episode of The Gifted, even by this season’s standards. The first three episodes have been running high on emotion and pushing the action the series is known for to the side. This week let the action shine again with some truly impressive displays of mutant powers. It didn’t let the emotional stuff slip, though. Caitlin’s journey into the darkness was fascinating and scary to watch, and that final moment between the Strucker siblings was affecting. The show did falter when it came to connecting Lorna to all this. We’re told offhand that she was kept in a mental hospital like this one as a kid because of who her father is. It’s brought up and then immediately dropped. There’s no reason to have it there other than a failed attempt to force some emotional stakes. I also wish we knew earlier what the Inner Circle was after here. I get the whole point was for it to be a big mystery, but it’s hard to get invested in the story without even the slightest hint at why they’re all there. All to set up the episode’s final cliffhanger. They were there for a person. When the Andy, Lorna and the Frost sisters make their getaway with their newly acquired mutant, he/she is about to raise their head. That’s when the episode cuts to black. All this buildup, all this unnecessarily vague storytelling for a cheap tease. Not The Gifted’s best move.Percy Hynes White Cr: FOX.Even with the halfhearted setup and zero payoff, The Gifted continues to maintain the highs of the second season. Even Jace Turner’s story was good this week. His investigation hit a wall when he was kicked out of the police department last week. Now, his wife won’t talk to him because he won’t give up his mutant-catching obsession. That’s when he gets a call from an officer who overheard him. They meet for coffee, and the man reveals he’s a member of the Purifiers. In the comics, they’re a Christian extremist mutant hate group, and it looks like not much has changed in the translation.X-Men, and by extension The Gifted, have never been subtle about their politics. You always know exactly what they’re talking about. That’s definitely the case here, as the man dismisses Turner’s characterization of the Purifiers as a “hate group.” Instead, he insists, they’re just men who love their country, their families and their people. It’s the exact same line you hear from white supremacist and other far right groups in our world. Particularly when they talk about immigration. Not only does this story set up the Purifiers as a potentially scary second villain for the season, it lets the series explore another real-world allegory. Turner has legitimate reasons for believing the things he does. Even here, he tries to be a good guy and turns down the purifiers. But they’re rhetoric and justifications can get into a person. This story arc shows just how easy it is for a person with some unexamined prejudices, even if there’s a legitimate reason behind them, to fall into a dangerous hate group. That story, way more than the cheap cliffhanger ending, makes me excited for the next episode in two weeks.The Gifted airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on FOXPreviously on The Gifted:The Gifted Season 2 Episode 3 recapThe Gifted Season 2 Episode 2 recapThe Gifted Season 2 Premiere recap
The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July. News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more Related Content Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications News | Proton Therapy | August 06, 2019 IBA Signs Contract to Install Proton Therapy Center in Kansas IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) recently signed a contract and received the first payment for a Proteus One solution… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 02, 2019 Varian Showcases Cancer Care Systems and Software at AAPM 2019 Varian showcased systems and software from its cancer care portfolio, including the Identify Guidance System, at the… read more News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more Technology | June 25, 2008 Multilumen Radiation Balloon Applicator Reduces Treatment Time News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD SenoRx will showcase its Contura, a multi-lumen radiation balloon applicator for accelerated partial breast irradiation at ASTRO 2008.The radiation balloon uses vacuum to remove excess fluid and to adhere closely to often irregularly shaped lumpectomy cavities in order to deliver reportedly precise radiation dosing through multiple seed lumens. Treatment time is reduced to days versus weeks, and accurate, targeted radiation dosing decreases potential recurrence of cancer cells in the lumpectomy site, according to the manufacturer.The current standard of care for treatment of breast cancer following lumpectomy is whole breast radiation. This requires the patient to return to the radiology suite daily for five to eight weeks.With Contura’s multi-lumen design, more accurate treatment is achieved, and whereas certain patients who are presently candidates for balloon therapy are excluded because of the location of the lesion relative to their breast size, SenoRx’s multi-lumen approach offers a solution to this problem. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Radiation Oncology | July 31, 2019 Laura Dawson, M.D., FASTRO, Chosen as ASTRO President-elect The members of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) elected four new officers to ASTRO’s Board of… read more
Costa Ricas exEnvironment Minister Roberto Dobles gets 3year prison sentence in CrucitasCosta Ricas exEnvironment Minister Roberto Dobles gets 3year prison sentence in Crucitas
Related posts:Costa Rican Court Strikes Down Las Crucitas Gold Mine Project Crucitas ruling bad sign, say biz leaders Protesters Begin Hunger Strike to Stop Crucitas Gold Mine Costa Rica court orders new trial over alleged Crucitas mine impropriety A criminal court in San José on Wednesday sentenced former Environment Minister Roberto Dobles Mora to a three-year suspended sentence for breach of public duty in granting the British Columbia-based mining company Infinito Gold an open-pit gold mining concession in Crucitas, in the northern Alajuela canton of San Carlos, in 2008.However, Dobles, who was minister during the administration of President Óscar Arias Sánchez from 2006-2010, will not serve that prison time because the court granted him probation of five years. He also was banned from holding public office during that same period.Judge Mercedes Muñoz said the tribunal sentenced Dobles because “he issued a decree of national interest based on false facts.” The tribunal acquitted six other defendants in the case, saying their authorization of the decree under Dobles’ orders “was not unlawful.” Defendants included officials from the Environment Ministry’s National Technical Secretariat, the Agriculture Ministry and the Health Ministry.Then-minister Dobles in October 2008 signed a public interest decree granting Infinito a concession to extract 1 million grams of gold, estimated at the time to be worth some $2 billion.As he left the court at about noon on Wednesday, Dobles said he was never involved in the drafting of the decree. “I only signed a document drafted by the [ministry’s] legal department, which I trusted to be in order,” he said.Dobles’ lawyer, Laureano Castro, said he was surprised by the ruling and would appeal.Prosecutors last month had asked for a 12-year sentence for Dobles and up to six years for the other defendants in the case.The Crucitas trial began on Nov. 24, 2010, when an Administrative Tribunal asked the Prosecutor’s Office to investigate if any public official had committed a crime during the process that granted permits to Industrias Infinito, the local branch of Infinito Gold.The company obtained a concession to operate the mine for the first time in 2001, but it was overturned by a ruling from the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court, or Sala IV, arguing that the required environmental impact studies were incomplete.Prosecutor Natalia Rojas Méndez during the trial argued that the Sala IV’s ruling on the Crucitas case “meant the immediate cancellation of any acquired rights, but officials then proceeded to issue new resolutions that allowed Industrias Infinito to continue pursuing the possibility of moving forward with the project.”Among those resolutions was Environment Ministry Decree #34,801, which Dobles signed, declaring the Crucitas mining project “of public interest and national convenience.”That same year permits approved by the ministry also allowed Infinito to remove trees on several hectares of protected forest and aquifers, which was denounced at the time by several environmental groups who took to the streets in protest. Facebook Comments
More than 170000 call for pardon of Netflix Making a Murderer subjectMore than 170000 call for pardon of Netflix Making a Murderer subject
Steven Avery is an unlikely icon for innocence.In contrast to “Serial” podcast’s Adnan Syed, he isn’t particularly charismatic or well spoken, nor does he have a relatable story – in Syed’s case, a high school romance – attached to the murder for which he has been convicted.But here is what Avery, 53, does have: “Making a Murderer,” a 10-episode Netflix documentary series that raises questions about the circumstances surrounding his arrest and conviction. And with it, a collection of scenes, documents and theories that present an image of innocence that Avery never really enjoyed as a free man.In 2007, Avery was convicted by a jury in Calumet County, Wisconsin, of the murder of photographer Teresa Halbach. He is serving a life sentence in Wisconsin’s Waupun Correctional Institution, and fans of the documentary say they want him out.As of early Monday, the series has compelled nearly 200,000 people to sign Change.org and White House petitions calling for Avery’s pardon, an impossibility under the Constitution, which allows presidential pardons only for federal criminal convictions.“This is a black mark on the justice system as a whole, and should be recognized as such, while also giving these men the ability to live as normal a life as possible,” says the White House petition, which also advocates for the release of Brendan Dassey, a nephew of Avery’s who was convicted in a separate trial of being a party to the murder and sexual assault. Avery had been imprisoned for a sexual assault conviction until he was exonerated in 2003.Watch the trailer: After watching “Making a Murder,” writes Michael Seyedian, who started the Change.org petition, “I am outraged with the injustices which have been allowed to compound and left unchecked in the case of Steven Avery. … Avery’s unconstitutional mistreatment at the hands of corrupt local law enforcement is completely unacceptable and is an abomination of due process.”This declaration appears in an undated courtroom photo of Avery: mustached, with a furrowed brow and bags under his eyes, the latest “innocence project” taken up by a public emboldened by a story of true crime and punishment.The setupThe 53-year-old Wisconsin native grew up in Manitowoc County, where his family ran an auto salvage business and built a reputation for being troublemakers. They were uneducated, outliers in the small community.The young Avery sported a beard. He said that he was “stupid and hanging around with the wrong people” growing up, which resulted in his involvement with a couple of burglaries and one act of animal cruelty. But is he a rapist? A killer?The first charge was tacked onto his name in 1985, then removed 18 years later. Avery spent 18 years in prison for the violent sexual assault of a beloved community figure – everything that he was not, according to the documentary – only to have DNA evidence reveal that the crime was not committed by him.Avery maintained his innocence the whole time, and he filed a $36 million civil suit against the county for wrongful conviction upon his release. For the first time in Avery’s life, he was believed to be the good guy, fielding television interviews and public appearances that painted him as a sterling example of resilience in the face of unjust punishment.The reprieve was short-lived. Two years after Avery thought he had escaped life behind bars for good, he was charged with killing Halbach.After the photographer went missing, her vehicle was found in the Avery family’s junkyard, and prosecutors said DNA tests revealed Avery’s blood in the car.Once again, he denied any wrongdoing. The jury did not buy it.“The only thing I can think, they are trying to railroad me again and see if they can get away with it this time,” Avery told the Associated Press in 2005. This was the scenario that his family had been afraid of: By remaining in the county they had launched a lawsuit against, they had put themselves at risk of retaliation.“Making a Murderer” suggests Avery’s innocence by pointing to all the parts of his life that made him appear all too guilty in the eyes of the jury. He had a criminal record, that one overturned conviction aside. His brothers had a history of sexual assault and burglary charges. Avery’s then-16-year-old nephew Dassey, who has a learning disability, told police that his uncle made him rape Halbach and help dispose of her body.https://twitter.com/0Hour1/status/683871584701001728Then the documentary conjectures: Could the same things that made Avery look guilty actually have been what made him easy to frame?At least 170,000 people think so.Many of the comments on the Change.org petition are lengthy, with passionate pleas for Avery and Dassey’s release.“I am a former military police officer, hold a degree in criminal justice, and am a current law student,” wrote Whitney Rasberry of Friendswood, Texas. “I have read and/or watched thousands of criminal cases. I have NEVER seen anything like this.”Jennifer Welch of Two Rivers, Wisconsin, said: “This whole case was a joke! Avery was a target that day back when the rape happened! In the town where we live (I live in the same county as them) if you are different in any way, looks, beliefs, rich, poor, the way you dress, the way you talk, who you talk to, EVERYTHING about you is judged.”Meanwhile, Manitowoc County Sheriff Robert Hermann has been fielding hundreds of angry calls about Avery since the documentary was released on Netflix on Dec. 18.Although he had not seen the series, Hermann told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel last Wednesday that he believes it is one-sided.The special prosecutor in Avery’s murder trial, Ken Kratz, told WBAY-TV that he has been “vilified, certainly insulted and threatened” as a result of “Making a Murderer.”He stands by the conviction. “Two murderers, in my opinion, were taken off the street,” said Kratz, who was contacted by the series producers but declined to be interviewed. He told Fox 11 News: “I believe there to be 80 to 90 percent of the physical evidence, the forensic evidence, that ties Steven Avery to this murder never to have been presented in this documentary.”Read more about Ken Kratz and his fall from grace here.https://twitter.com/americamemes/status/683854120143458304Although Halbach’s family members declined to appear in the documentary, they said in a statement to WBAY-TV: “Having just passed the 10-year anniversary of the death of our daughter and sister, Teresa, we are saddened to learn that individuals and corporations continue to create entertainment and to seek profit from our loss.”The movement around Avery’s pardon follows similar actions prompted by “Serial,” the podcast about the murder conviction of Adnan Syed for the 1999 death of his ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee.In the age of post-“Serial” true-crime fanaticism, there has been increasing scrutiny and skepticism aimed at the criminal justice system. Along with this, a renewed attention to the court of public opinion has emerged.As with Avery’s story now, fans of “Serial” concocted their own theories for the true guilty party behind Lee’s killing, raising impassioned defenses on Syed’s behalf. In November, Baltimore City Circuit Judge Martin Welch granted a hearing on additional evidence that Syed’s attorneys hope will lead to a new trial.The court will consider testimony from an alibi witness, Asia McClain, and the reliability of cellphone evidence originally used to trace Syed’s whereabouts – both elements of the case which were explored in “Serial.”https://twitter.com/0Hour1/status/684025696637857792© 2016, The Washington Post Facebook Comments Related posts:US State Department lists Costa Rica among major drug-transit countries Is the US taxpayer-funded Central America Regional Security Initiative effective at stopping violence? 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Sarovar Hotels introduces luxury hotel at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in KenyaSarovar Hotels introduces luxury hotel at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Kenya
In one of its most momentous steps, Sarovar Hotels Pvt Ltd, has launched The Lazizi Premiere Nairobi, a luxury hotel positioned inside the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi, Kenya. The hotel, managed by Sarovar Hotels, was inaugurated by H. E. Uhuru Kenyatta, the current President of Kenya. The tourism and hospitality industry of Kenya has received a boost following the launch of this hotel which is the country’s first five-star airport hotel.President Uhuru Kenyatta officially opened the 144 room premium hotel as part of the government’s tourism and hospitality transformation strategy. Conveniently located inside the JKIA airport, The Lazizi Premiere Nairobi is designed to be the most prominent hotel in the area.Speaking at the launch, Ajay K Bakaya, Managing Director, Sarovar Hotels Pvt. Ltd. said, “Kenya is the business hub for Africa and has one of the most diverse accommodation facilities. Nairobi being the hub of East Africa offers a great launch pad for our expansion and growing our footprint in the African region. Travellers in transit, airline crews and other local and international visitors intending to avoid traffic enroute to the airport have not had much luck as most hotels are still quite a distance from the main international airport in the capital city. We are aiming to tap that segment with The Lazizi Premiere”.Commenting on the launch Kiran M Patel, Hotel Promoter & Chairman, Lazizi Premiere, said, “The entry of The Lazizi Premiere Nairobi into the Kenyan market seeks to complement the ever-increasing demand for hotel rooms in Nairobi especially during peak tourist seasons, local and international conferences. Our intention is not only to contribute significantly to the country’s growth and Vision 2030 but also to create over 1000 job opportunities in the hospitality industry, directly and indirectly.”
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