Athabasca Oil Corp. says it is dialling back production at its two steam-driven oilsands projects in northern Alberta by between 5,000 and 8,000 barrels per day in November and December to deal with heavy oil discounts that it expects will persist until next spring.Meanwhile, Perpetual Energy Ltd. and Gear Energy Ltd. are among companies announcing drilling program deferrals until next year in hopes that flush production from new wells will find more robust prices. Gear adds it plans to put 40,000 barrels of heavy oil into surface storage tanks to be sold at a later date.Dinara Millington, vice-president of research for the Canadian Energy Research Institute, says decisions to reduce production could affect provincial government royalty payments and federal government corporate income taxes.(THE CANADIAN PRESS) CALGARY, A.B. – Production cutbacks and deferred drilling programs are emerging as a common theme as Calgary-based oil and gas companies elect to leave barrels in the ground rather than sell at current low prices.In third-quarter results released this week, energy companies large and small say they are avoiding wider-than-usual price discounts blamed on difficulty in getting barrels to market due to full export pipelines.Analysts estimate as much as 100,000 barrels per day is being taken offline, not enough to make a big difference in pricing as it represents only a small percentage of Canada’s overall output of about 4.6 million barrels of oil per day.
Rabat – Avichay Adraee, the Israeli Defense Forces’ spokesperson for Arabic media stirred uproar on social media when he posted on Thursday alternative lyrics to Saad Lamjerrad’s hit song “LM3ALLEM,” which can be translated as “teacher” or “master.” The Israeli army official misused the song’s lyrics to condemn what he called “Palestinian terrorists.”The lyrics, posted on Adraee’s official Facebook page, go as follows:“They say he is a martyr, they say he is a hero, they say he is brave, and they call him a teacher. They paint the shahada with blood, they change the meaning of heroism to terrorism, they think the foolish are brave, and they call the killer of innocents a master! They will not succeed and will not stain the clean musical strings with terrorism!” The shahada refers to the Arabic phrase meaning “there is no God but God (Allah in Arabic) and Mohammed is the messenger of God,” which is recited by Muslims throughout their lives as a believer in the Islamic faith.Reactions in the comments section of the post varied. While some comments were supportive of Adraee’s stance against what he calls “terrorism,” the majority considered the post paradoxical, and accused the Israeli Army for “committing terrorist acts against the Palestinians in the Palestinian occupied territories.”Abdel Löwenherz, a Moroccan living in Luxembourg, commented: “In my opinion, you link the IDF to power, pride and valor, but does an army with these qualities kill children, women, or old people? I want to ask you, is all of Gaza full of terrorists?“What is the Moroccan artist doing on your page? Moroccans support Palestinian unity. We strongly condemn this act when you slander the Palestinian people with your criminal words. We consider Palestine to be our second country,” Abdellah Elouarrari, a Moroccan citizen living in Qatar said.Another Moroccan showed his admiration of Israeli scholars and expressed his support for Israel in its fight “against terrorism.”“Greeting from Morocco to the people and scholars of Israel,” said Yassine Assou from Kenitra. “I hope that you are united against the face of terrorism all year.”
The President said that he has always maintained that any political party can join the UPFA and that offer stands even for the TNA. President Mahinda Rajapaksa says the door is open even for the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) to join the United Peoples Freedom Alliance (UPFA).Speaking to newspaper Editors at a breakfast meeting today, the President said that his main aim is to form a united Sri Lanka. He says he wants to develop the country and is not interested in taking political revenge on anyone. He noted that during the recent provincial council polls the UPFA had obtained votes, not just from the Sinhalese but the Tamils and Muslims as well.The President says it signified the confidence the people have in the government. (Colombo Gazette)
The Brock Paddleheads dragon boat team still has a few spots open for team members wanting to paddle for charity.The team will compete in the St. Catharines Dragon Boat Festival, an annual fundraiser for Wellspring Niagara and the St. Catharines Museum. No experience is required.This year’s dragon boat festival will be Saturday, July 23 at Henley Island. The races start at 9 a.m. and wrap up with an awards ceremony at the end of the day. There will be two practices prior to the races — Tuesday, July 19 and Thursday, July 21. Racers are asked to attend two practices and raise $40 in pledges for Wellspring Niagara.Last year, Brock’s team of 22 raised $850.For more information contact, contact Laura MacLean at 905-688-5550 x5434 or email@example.comRelated stories:• Brock Paddleheads raise $850 for Wellspring Niagara | The Brock News
A 23-year-old man was on Tuesday morning granted bail in the sum of $200,000 when he appeared at the Bartica Magistrate’s Court to answer to a charge of causing death by dangerous driving.Killed: Mark DutchinSalliem Khan, the driver of motorcar PLL 3322, pleaded not guilty when Magistrate Dylon Bess read the charge to him.The court heard that on December 27, 2018, at Fifth Street, Bartica, while driving his motorcar, allegedly at a fast rate, Khan struck down 65-year-old Mark Dutchin resulting in his subsequent death.He was granted bail and the matter was transferred to Magistrate Lambert of the said Court.Khan is expected to appear tomorrow (Wednesday) for a trial date to be given.On the evening in question, motor car PLL 3322, was proceeding east along the northern side of the Bartica road, reportedly at a fast rate when it struck Dutchin, an overseer of the Works Department at the Regional Democratic Council (RDC).Dutchin was reportedly thrown onto the front left side window of the vehicle and was further thrown some distance away on the northern side of the road.He reportedly suffered broken arms, legs, ribs and head injuries, among others.He was picked up, in an unconscious condition, by public spirited persons and taken to the Bartica Regional Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedElderly man killed in Bartica accidentDecember 28, 2017In “Crime”Taxi driver on bail for causing death of Linden pensionerJanuary 20, 2016In “Crime”Taxi Driver granted $250,000 bail for causing death of Peddle CyclistFebruary 26, 2014In “Crime”
Credit: INPHO/Donall FarmerSTAYING TRUE TO his word, Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni arrived in Inchicore this evening to take in St Patrick’s Athletic v Drogheda United on the opening night of the Airtricity League season.Having named his squad for this month’s World Cup qualifying double header earlier today, the Italian made his way to Richmond Park.There was doubt cast over whether the game would go ahead when referee Alan Kelly called a pitch inspection with less than an hour to go before kick-off. However, he gave it the all-clear and last season’s runners up kicked-off against the third placed side.On a rare visit to watch League of Ireland football, Trap looked in high spirits and even posed for a picture with Saints mascot ‘Paddy the Panther’.Credit: INPHO/Donall FarmerAlso in attendance is former Ireland boss and Pat’s manager Brian Kerr.Credit: INPHO/Donall FarmerGibson unwilling to kiss and make up with TrapattoniLiverpool debt won’t stop Rodgers spending
Man (21) pleads guilty to drunken ‘one punch’ assault that killed friend on Halloween night in 2017 Luke O’Reilly died two weeks after being assaulted by Jack Hall Ellis in 2017. https://jrnl.ie/4571810 Share286 Tweet Email2 Image: Rollingnews.ie 37,526 Views By Fiona Ferguson No Comments Monday 1 Apr 2019, 7:34 PM Short URL AN APPRENTICE CARPENTER will be sentenced next month for a “one punch” assault on a friend who hit his head on the ground and later died from his injuries.Jack Hall Ellis, 21, told gardaí he was acting in “drunkenness and anger” when he punched Luke O’Reilly, 20, once without warning as they left a pub on Halloween night in 2017.The deceased fell and hit his head on the ground, causing brain injuries which led to his death in hospital two weeks later.Hall Ellis, of Lismore Road, Crumlin, pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to unlawfully killing O’Reilly today.The court heard that the deceased was assaulted in the early hours of 1 November at Old Blessington Road, Tallaght.Garda David Morris told Dara Hayes BL, prosecuting, that Luke O’Reilly had been at the cinema that evening with his mother and sister, before heading out to meet a friend at the Metro Bar on the Old Blessington Road in Tallaght.At about 2am, the deceased and his friend were walking away from the bar towards McDonalds in Tallaght Village.Hall Ellis ran over and hit Luke once on the right side of the head in what was described by the friend of the deceased as a “sly dig”.The deceased fell and a witness described a “clatter” as his head hit the ground.Paramedics attended to the deceased at the scene but he did not regain consciousness and died on 13 November, 2017.‘Drunkenness and anger’Hall Ellis voluntarily went to a garda station on the same date and was interviewed.He told gardaí that the deceased had “flirted with his girlfriend” the previous week and that he was annoyed because he thought they were friends.He said he had hit the deceased “a slap”, which he accepted that the deceased did not know was coming and that he could therefore not defend himself.Hall Ellis later told gardaí his actions had been caused by “drunkenness and anger”, and said that during the course of the night, he had drank seven to ten double rums.He expressed remorse and became emotional while speaking to gardaí, and also apologised to the family of the deceased, saying the incident had been a “tragic accident”.“I just want Luke’s ma to know I did not mean to do that to her son,” he said. “Drink got the better of me.”In her victim impact statement, Luke O’Reilly’s mother, Janet O’Brien, paid tribute to her son and described how he had always been there for family and friends and was protective of his siblings.“He was often described as a gentle giant,” she said O’Brien, adding that her son was thoughtful and always anxious for other people to be happy.She said the family were “completely broken” by his loss, and how they think about milestones he will never celebrate and feel his absence at family occasions.“He should be here,” she told Judge Greally.No responsibilityThe mother of the deceased also told the court they had never discussed organ donation due to Luke’s young age, but she knew it was something he would do in order to save another family from going through the same loss.She also said she still expects him to walk through the door and wishes for one more hug that she knew in her “shattered heart” would never come.His aunt, Karen Lynch, also told the court: “People need to realise life is precious and easily lost. They need to think before taking actions they might regret.”Garda David Morris agreed with Michael Bowman SC, defending, that the deceased had no responsibility for what happened, that he had acted entirely appropriately during the night prior to the incident and had not jeered or antagonised Hall Ellis in any way.Judge Melanie Greally adjourned sentencing to allow reports to be prepared and listed the case for mention next month so a final sentence date can be set.The court will also hear a plea in mitigation from lawyers defending Hall Ellis on the same date.Comments have been closed for legal reasons. Image: Rollingnews.ie Apr 1st 2019, 7:34 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Bill Turlay will not seek re-election for Vancouver City Council, he said Tuesday.In a phone call with The Columbian, Turlay said he hoped that the announcement might encourage a few other people to run for his position on the council.He said he dislikes the current crop of candidates who have declared a campaign — Diana Perez and Sarah Fox — though he expressed support for David Regan, who’s challenging Councilor Ty Stober for his seat.“Perhaps we might see some other folks jump in for my seat. As it is now, I don’t support either one of the two,” he said.Turlay, who’s lived in Vancouver for decades with his wife, Stephanie, served two terms and eight years on the city council. The 83-year-old doesn’t want to put himself through the rigors of fundraising and campaigning again, he said.“I’m getting a little older now, and my wife and I have a bucket list,” he said. “I think it’s her turn to have a little bit of say in where we go and what we do.” On the agenda: traveling, and more time with their children and grandchildren.
The upcoming forum will take place on Wednesday, January 9, at the Christian Community Church in Homer. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享In previous years, the Industry Outlook Forum has spent significant time forecasting the future, with oil and mining executives laying out their plans for development; the upcoming event will focus on the diversity of the Kenai Peninsula’s economy. The forum, which is sponsored by the Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District (KPEDD), focuses on industry outlook for the upcoming year. KPEDD Director Tim Dillon wants to ensure the upcoming forum highlights as many industries in the Kenai Peninsula as possible: “We have a very diverse economy, and that’s one thing people will see at the Forum if they come. We have so many different things going on down here on the Kenai Peninsula.” The forum is free and open to the public. You can register on the Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District website.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down Tuesday after suspects nearby shot at District of Columbia police with a small machine gun.As police officers gather in the background, a car sits with its doors open near the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down after District of Columbia police stopped the car about two blocks from the Capitol and took three people into custody, Police Chief Cathy Lanier told reporters at the scene. Lanier said one of the people inside the car fired at officers during the pursuit, and officers did not fire back. Lanier described the weapon as “a small machine gun” and said police recovered a large amount of ammunition. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)Police arrested three men after stopping their car about two blocks from the Capitol, Police Chief Cathy Lanier said.Police were alerted to a man with a gun near Fort McNair in southwest Washington, about a mile and a half south of the Capitol, shortly after 4 p.m., police spokesman Dustin Sternbeck said.Lanier said officers followed the car into a tunnel that goes under the National Mall near the Capitol.As the car was entering the tunnel, Lanier said, someone fired at the officers with what she called “a small machine gun.”No officers fired their weapons, Lanier said. “They were in the middle of a crowded tunnel and that was not an option at that point,” said Lanier, who said the gun was dropped in the tunnel and recovered by police.Police also said found a large amount of ammunition.Capitol Police later reported: “Two of the suspects were arrested and taken into custody on the scene. One of the three suspects fled the scene, causing the lockdown until the suspect could be apprehended. Once the suspect was located and taken into custody, the lockdown was lifted.”The Capitol lockdown began at 4:20 p.m. and the all-clear was given over a loudspeaker at 4:45 p.m. Police had sent an email to congressional staff advising them to close and lock doors and stay away from external doors and windows.Both the House and Senate were in session, with House members voting. In the Senate, lawmakers were delivering speeches from the floor.Last Friday, the U.S. Capitol was briefly locked down after reports that a woman with a gun was attempting to enter the building. It turned out to be a false alarm
Thailand Tourism Festival 2018 opens to great fanfare4th Italian Film Festival Bangkok 2018 from 11-16 SeptemberBangkok ASEAN Film Festival from 5-8 July at SF World Cinema You can read full article here: http://www.richardbarrow.com/2018/06/kids-cinema-now-open-at-westgate-and-megabangna-in-bangkok/Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… SAWASDEE: Looking for somewhere different to take your kids this weekend in Bangkok? What about a playground or take them to watch a movie? Well, now you can do both at the same time. Major Cinelplex has just opened their second Kodomo Kids Cinema in Bangkok. Everything about the theatre is kids friendly. From the multi-coloured seats and wall covering, to the giant slide and the plastic ball pit. The first kids cinema opened at Mega Cineplex Bangna last month. Now there is another one at Westgate Cineplex. eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) The aim is to provide a fun and safe environment for families with children aged
News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more Not What Was HopedHow can hackers be stopped — or at least slowed down? First, cyberthreats have to be seen for what they are. This means recognizing that the machines most vulnerable to hacking are the most modern ones. The heightened vulnerability comes from their increased use of digital technology, which offers hackers more possible entry points. (An exception is equipment that runs old versions of operating systems. These are vulnerable, if security patches are not applied, a circumstance that commonly happens when OS versions are no longer supported.)Second, the operators of digital imaging devices must see that connecting to the internet increases vulnerability. This risk already exists and will grow more severe in the near future. A massive expansion of device connectivity will come with 5G, the next generation of wireless technology, which promises speeds beginning at 20 times those of 4G. Imagine 5G towers beaming high-speed internet directly to medical devices, making the internet connections free from routers and conventional Wi-Fi that might be leveraged to provide some protection. Blog | Greg Freiherr, Industry Consultant | Cybersecurity| October 05, 2018 How To Stop (Or Slow) Hackers High StakesThe healthcare industry must be prepared for hack attacks, cybersecurity experts agree. The very essence of value-based medicine hangs in the balance. How can patients be safe and their needs met, if they and their data are not safe?Unfortunately, no digital device can be made 100 percent safe from attack. Phishing, in which emails sent to staffers unleash malware, presents a continuing threat. Only training and an ever-vigilant staff can keep phishing attempts from succeeding.And, unfortunately, digital imaging devices are vulnerable, even when they are not connected to the Internet. All it may take is someone with an ax to grind or a digital vandal (akin to the folks who “tag” train cars and buildings) to slide a malware-ridden USB drive into a computer connected to a medical data network. For this reason, the best defense, according to cybersecurity experts, is a robust data management system, one that can persist even when attacked.Such a system may have resident software that looks for and shuts down unauthorized access, one that uses multifactorial authentication to spot intruders, for example. It may involve the use of multiple copies of data on different media, such as the cloud. Or it may depend on the digital equivalent of whistling past the graveyard.Cybersecurity experts do not recommend the latter. Fighting Off CyberattacksSo how can the imaging industry protect against cyberattacks now and in the future? One way, according to a NEMA/MITA white paper published three years ago, is to adopt best practices.For manufacturers that means making user interfaces simple yet secure. One key, according to NEMA/MITA, is to require multifactorial authentication, such as a password and a biometric identifier.Another is to use firewalls that restrict access to radiological devices. By monitoring and controlling network traffic, firewalls can put up barriers between trusted internal networks and untrusted external networks, such as the internet.A third approach, called the 3-2-1 rule, has been gaining traction lately among cybersecurity professionals. This rule states that every piece of critical data should have three copies; stored on at least two different types of media; with at least one medium away from where the data are primarily stored. Cloud-based storage (see “How Two Providers Use The Cloud To Prepare For Disaster”) is one of these media.Although the imaging industry is making use of the cloud, just using the cloud is not enough. Sites may use cloud storage as the primary or even sole means of storing data. While affording some protection, this kind of cloud-based strategy undoes the benefits of the 3-2-1 rule.A fourth possibility for defending against cyberattack is penetration testing. This practice, commonly referred to as “red teaming,” is similar to the child’s game “Capture the Flag.” As used in cybersecurity, the red team attempts to access data, while another defends against the attack.The process might be preceded by “tabletop exercises.” In these a consulting firm may describe the hypothetical scenario of a cyberattack to the leaders of a hospital. Sitting in the relative safety of a conference room, the chief information security officer, others from the C-suite and a few hand-picked IT folks might be asked how they would respond. The intent behind such exercises is simply to expose vulnerabilities and sensitize the client to existing dangers.At the other end of the spectrum are field exercises in which white hatters, so called because they are “good” hackers, attack a network to probe its defenses. This may reveal actual vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers with nefarious intent. But, if a white hatter turns black and takes the opportunity to attack the network rather than probe it, the process can go south quickly. This is why red team members must be carefully vetted, if probing attacks are to be carried out. Like low-hanging cyber fruit, hospitals are ripe for plucking. And hackers have already started the harvest.A 12-month analysis of cyberattacks by enterprise security company Proofpoint found that ransomware, which keeps legitimate users from accessing the data on their systems until ransom is paid for their release, is shutting down emergency rooms. The analysis also found that phishing schemes using emails are defrauding patients and providers.Cybercriminals have done much of the damage. But they are not the only ones to fear. Nation states have attacked other segments of American society. Look no further than the hack by North Korea of Sony Pictures (see “North Korean hackers sanctioned, facing charges for Sony hack, Wannacry ransomware attack,” CNBC) and concerns about potential hacking of the 2018 midterm elections (“Election hacking: security upgrades are too little, too late for 2018 midterms and race is already on for 2020, experts say,” Newsweek) for proof of that. Terrorists pose a special threat, as their sole purpose is to create fear.So concerned about hacking was Dick Cheney in 2007 that the vice president disabled the wireless feature of his implanted defibrillator. Cheney was worried, according to CBS News, that “a terrorist could assassinate the vice president by sending a signal to the device.” A similarly nightmarish scenario would be terrorist-controlled CT scanners or linear accelerators that deliver excessive doses of radiation.Ironically, healthcare seems less concerned about hackers and more about achieving the tenets of value-based medicine. Its focus on improving patient experience and reducing cost has pushed cybersecurity down the list of spending priorities when it should be rising. Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Feature | Information Technology | July 31, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How Smart Devices Can Improve Efficiency Innovation is trending toward improved efficiency — but not at the expense of patient safety, according to… read more Related Content Greg Freiherr, Industry Consultant Greg Freiherr has reported on developments in radiology since 1983. He runs the consulting service, The Freiherr Group. 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Air Canada has a slew of new nonstop routes, pursues joint venture with ANZ Travelweek Group Tags: Air Canada Wednesday, February 27, 2019 Share Posted by MONTREAL — Air Canada has announced new nonstop seasonal service between Toronto and Quito, nonstop seasonal flights between Vancouver and Auckland and new winter service from Montreal to Sao Paulo, Brazil, plus Boeing 787 Dreamliner service between Toronto and Honolulu next winter.TORONTO – QUITOThe Toronto-Quito route, to be operated three times weekly on a seasonal basis by Air Canada Rouge, will be the first nonstop service to Ecuador from Canada when it begins Dec. 8, 2019, subject to obtaining the necessary government approvals.“Air Canada is expanding its footprint in South America as part of its ongoing international growth strategy from our Toronto global hub. As the capital of Ecuador, Quito is both an important tourism and cargo market, and Ecuador has a growing number of Canadians living in the country who will also benefit from this convenient non-stop service. As well, our expansion in South America gives us an opportunity to efficiently deploy our aircraft during the winter months when southern destinations are more popular,” said Mark Galardo, Vice President, Network Planning, at Air Canada.The seasonal route will operate until May 11, 2020 with Air Canada Rouge using a 282-seat, B767-300ER aircraft offering two cabins and inflight entertainment streamed to personal devices.Flight AC1950 will depart Toronto at 11:45 p.m. on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, arriving in Quito the next day at 6:30 a.m. Flight AC1951 will leave Quito at 8:30 a.m. on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving back in Toronto at 3:05 p.m.VANCOUVER – AUCKLANDHeading west, the new, nonstop, seasonal flights between Vancouver and Auckland will operate four times weekly onboard the carrier’s B787-8 Dreamliner aircraft beginning Dec. 12, 2019 until the end of March 2020, subject to obtaining the necessary government approvals.Air Canada has also finalized a Memorandum of Understanding with Star Alliance partner Air New Zealand to pursue expanding its current alliance arrangement to strategically co-operate in the form of a joint venture, subject to Air Canada and Air New Zealand making the necessary filings, obtaining competition and other regulatory approvals and finalizing documentation.More news: AMResorts has a new Sr. Dir. of Cdn. Sales & Consortia Rel’ns“We are delighted to add Auckland as we continue strategically expanding Air Canada’s international network and increasing its presence in the Asia-Pacific market,” says Lucie Guillemette, Air Canada’s Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer. “The launch of Auckland service in December will be of particular interest to New Zealanders travelling for a Canadian winter vacation, and to North Americans travelling to enjoy New Zealand’s vibrant multicultural urban and natural attractions during their summer season. We have timed our Auckland flights to conveniently connect at our YVR trans-Pacific hub to and from a multitude of non-stop destinations throughout North America including New York-Newark.”Flight AC51 departs Vancouver at 11:45 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving in Auckland at 11:05 a.m. two days later. Flight AC52 departs Auckland at 2:40 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, touching down in Vancouver at 6:40 a.m.MONTREAL – SAO PAULOAir Canada has also announced new winter service from Montreal to Sao Paulo, Brazil, the only nonstop flights between the two cities.This new route to São Paulo will start Dec. 11, 2019 and operate three return trips weekly from Montreal until March 27, 2020. Flights are timed for connections across Air Canada’s network in North America, including to and from Vancouver, Calgary and Quebec City, as well as several Brazilian cities beyond São Paulo.“Air Canada is continuing its international expansion from Montreal with the introduction of the only non-stop service between Montreal and Brazil. Complementing existing Toronto service, Montreal-São Paulo flights will provide a link to the country’s largest city and financial centre while offering a great opportunity for Brazilians looking for a winter vacation in Quebec. São Paulo is the twelfth new international destination added by Air Canada from Montreal-Trudeau Airport since 2017, reinforcing further the commitment we have to develop Montreal as a strategic hub,” says Galardo.More news: ‘Turn around year’ for TPI brings double-digit growthFlight AC96 will depart Montreal at 6:35 p.m. on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, arriving in Sao Paulo at 7:30 a.m. the next day. Flight AC97 will depart Sao Paulo at 9:40 a.m. on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving back in Montreal at 4:45 p.m.TORONTO – HONOLULUAir Canada’s seasonal service between Toronto and Honolulu next winter will operate on its B787 Dreamliners. Customers travelling between Toronto and Hawaii will have the option to fly in Air Canada’s Signature cabin, featuring fully lie-flat suites, meals prepared by celebrated Canadian chef David Hawksworth and other amenities.“Air Canada is pleased to offer customers travelling between Toronto and Hawaii the added comfort of service aboard our state-of-the-art Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Air Canada is the only airline flying non-stop from Eastern Canada to Hawaii and the superior comfort of the Dreamliner, featuring Air Canada Signature Service, perfectly suits this ultimate dream vacation destination, particularly as many premium Hawaii customers connect from European and other long-haul flights,” says Galardo.Dreamliner service will be available on the Toronto-Honolulu route beginning Dec. 14, 2019 and will operate three return trips weekly until April 26, 2020.Flight AC589 takes off from Toronto at 4:35 p.m. Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, landing in Honolulu at 9:30 p.m. Flight AC590 departs Honolulu at 11:05 p.m. on Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, arriving back in Toronto at 12:30 p.m. the next day. << Previous PostNext Post >>
The story of the Hindu population in Pakistan is one of long decline. During partition in 1947, the violent separation of Pakistan and India into separate countries, hundreds of thousands of Hindus opted to migrate to India where Hinduism is the dominant religion. Those that remained and their descendants now make up a tiny fraction of Pakistan’s estimated 190 million citizens, and are mostly concentrated in Sindh province in the southern part of the country.Signs of their former stature abound in Karachi, the capital of Sindh. At the 150-year-old Swami Narayan Temple along one of the city’s main roads, thousands of Hindus gather during the year to celebrate major religious holidays. Hindus at the 200-year-old Laxmi Narain Temple scatter the ashes of their cremated loved ones in the waters of an inlet from the Arabian Ocean.But there are also signs of how far the community has fallen. Residents in a city hungry for land have begun to build over Hindu cemeteries, the community’s leaders say. Hindus helped build Karachi’s port decades ago, but none work there now.Estimates of the size of the Hindu population in Pakistan are all over the map _ from 2.5 million or 10 million in Sindh province alone to 7 million across the country _ a reflection of the fact that the country hasn’t had a census since 1998. 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 The Hindu community has also been hurt by a lack of unity within its ranks. Hindu society within Pakistan and elsewhere has historically been divided by caste, a system of social stratification in which the lower castes are often seen as inferior. Members of the lower castes in Pakistan say it wasn’t until two girls from a high-caste family were forcibly converted this year that high-caste Hindus took the issue seriously, although it’s been happening for years.“We always fight our war ourselves,” said Bholoo Devjee, a Hindu activist from Karachi, speaking about the lower castes.In recent months the government has begun to take the concerns of the Hindu community more seriously. In Sindh province, legislators proposed a law to prevent forced conversions in part by implementing a waiting period before a marriage between a Hindu and a Muslim can go forward, and there’s discussion about proposing such a law on the national level as well.In the case of the Sri Krishna Ram temple, law enforcement authorities opened a blasphemy case against the people who rampaged through the building. But residents here are skeptical that these developments signify any long-term improvement in their plight. Weeks after the incident no arrests have been made, and the Hindus complain that no high-ranking Hindu officials have come to visit them or help them get compensation. Sponsored Stories “People don’t consider us as equal citizens. They beat us whenever they want,” said Mol Chand, one of the teenage boys gathered at the temple. “We have no place to worship now.”It was the second time the Sri Krishna Ram temple has been attacked, and this time the mob didn’t even bother to disguise their faces. The small temple, surrounded by a stone wall, is a tiny religious outpost in a dusty, hardscrabble neighborhood so far on the outskirts of the city that a sign on the main road wishes people leaving Karachi a good journey.Local Muslim residents blamed people from a nearby ethnic Pashtun village for the attack, which took place in late September on the Day of Love for the Prophet, a national holiday declared by the government in response to an anti-Islam film made in the U.S. No one was seriously injured in the attack.It was the latest in a rising tide of violence and discrimination against Hindus in this 95 percent Muslim country, where Islamic extremism is growing. Pakistan’s Hindu community says it faces forced conversions of Hindu girls to Islam, a lack of legal recognition for their marriages, discrimination in services and physical abuse when they venture into the streets. In India, a Home office official said the Indian government noticed an upward trend of people coming from Pakistan but called reports of Pakistanis fleeing to India “exaggerated.” He said he does not have exact figures on how many Pakistani Hindus have stayed in India after entering the country on tourist visas. The official spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the topic.There’s more of a consensus of the seriousness of the problem of forced conversion of Hindus.Zohra Yusuf, the president of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan says the pattern goes like this: A Hindu girl goes missing and then resurfaces days or weeks later married to a Muslim boy. During court hearings to determine whether the conversion was voluntary, students from nearby Islamic schools called madrassas often flood the room, trying to intimidate the judges by chanting demands that the conversion be confirmed.Maharaj says he’s tried to intervene in roughly 100 cases of forced conversions but has only succeeded in returning a girl safely back to her family once. If a girl decides to renounce Islam and return to Hinduism, she could be signing a death warrant for herself and her family even if her conversion was forced. Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Sunda Maharaj, the spiritual leader at the temple, which was first attacked in January 2011, said he and the other residents do not want to move to India. “We are Pakistani,” he said.But he would like more help from the government, specifically a checkpoint to stop people from getting close to the temple and money for the Hindus to buy weapons.“Next time anyone comes we can kill them or die defending our temple,” he said.__Follow Rebecca Santana on Twitter (at)ruskygal.__Associated Press writers Adil Jawad in Karachi and Nirmala George in New Delhi contributed to this report.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) It isn’t just Hindus who are facing problems. Other minorities like Christians, the mystical Muslim branch of Sufis and the Ahmadi sect have found themselves under attack in Pakistan, where the rise of Muslim fundamentalists has sometimes unleashed a violent opposition against those who don’t follow their strict religious tenets.The discrimination has prompted some Hindus to leave for India, activists warn, though the extent is not known. Around 3,000 Hindus left this year, part of a migration that began four years ago, sparked by discrimination and a general rise in crime in Sindh, said DM Maharaj, who heads an organization to help Hindus called Pakistan Hindu Sabha.He said he recently talked to a group of Hindus preparing to move to India from rural Sindh, complaining that they can’t eat in Muslim restaurants or that Muslim officials turned them down for farming loans. Even during recent floods, they said Muslims did not want them staying in the same refugee camps.Other Hindu figures such as provincial assembly member Pitamber Sewami deny there’s a migration at all, in a reflection of how sensitive the issue is. Earlier this year, there were a string of reports in Pakistani media about Hindus leaving the country, sparking a flurry of promises by Pakistani officials to investigate. 0 Comments Share Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Associated PressKARACHI, Pakistan (AP) – They came after dusk and chanted into the night sky “Kill the Hindus, kill the children of the Hindus,” as they smashed religious icons, ripped golden bangles off women’s arms and flashed pistols. It wasn’t the first time that the Hindu temple on the outskirts of Pakistan’s largest city was attacked, and residents here fear it will not be the last. 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