first_imgTodd LamirandeAPTN News Clarence Sumner drove over 2,300 kilometres, and spent the night across the street from 10 Wellington in Gatineau, Que, the country’s headquarters for Indigenous Affairs across the river from Ottawa to bring allegations of vote buying in his community.He wanted to meet Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O’Regan to see if anything can be done about the way elections are held in his community.“I want the leaders of this country to know I’m here,” he said.“I want them to know that the leaders of my community have a turned a blind eye and a deaf ear to try and be honest and do things fairly.”Sumner is appealing the 2017 election held on the Pinaymootang First Nation in Manitoba, where he alleges money is often exchanged for votes.“It’s a norm. it’s become a norm in my community to buy votes, mail in ballots preferably,” he said.Pinaymootang is located 240 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.He met with two bureaucrats from Crown Indigenous Relations, Yves Dennoncourt, acting director of Governance Operations Directorate, and Marc Boivin, director of research Policy and Legislative Initiatives.They told Sumner they would follow up on his complaint.Sumner also delivered a copy of his appeal to Indigenous Services.He travelled all the way to Ottawa because he believes it’s more productive to meet people in person.“I believe that the minister (O’Regan) can better exercise his judgement if he could read some of the appeal.”Sumner successfully appealed the 2011 election when then Aboriginal Affairs minister Bernard Valcourt threw out the results and banned chief Garnet Woodhouse and three councilors from running for six years.But Woodhouse declared himself innocent of vote buying and appealed Valcourt’s decision to Federal Court.He was successful in 2013.APTN News attempted to contact Woodhouse for comment but calls were not returned.“Rather than being upset and getting mad at my leaders and my community I decided to use that energy to good and physically bring myself here in my own vehicle,” said Sumner.Sumner said he will stick around southern Ontario until September 16th to try and meet the leaders of all the federal parties. On that date nominations for chief and council will begin for Pinaymootang’s next election.“I’m out here because I believe that honesty will prevail.”Sumner never did meet with O’Regan.tlamirande@aptn.ca@toddlamirandelast_img read more

Rabat – In its 2018 annual report, published Wednesday, September 11, the Moroccan Court of Auditors criticized the budgetary and accounting management of the Ministry of Equipment, Transport, Logistics, and Water.“The Ministry does not have a clear policy or written measures defining the responsibilities and the annual qualitative and quantitative objectives for the rationalization of expenditure at the administrative level,” says the report.The Court of Auditors also made numerous observations on the ministry’s overestimation of prices in purchase orders. Read Also: Court of Auditors Reveals Shocking Lack of Food Safety in MoroccoThe ministry has apparently purchased “32 GO Kingston USB” storage devices for MAD 720 per unit.  The devices are sold on the market for MAD 200 maximum. The Court also pointed out the purchase of “HP Color Laserjet Toner CP52255” at a unit price of MAD 16,800, while its market price does not exceed MAD 2,000.”In the same report, the ministry replied to the Court’s observation on the purchase of printer toners at MAD 16,800, saying that “this price concerns 4 cartridges per lot in A3 format and not in A4 format; the A3 cartridges’ unit price is MAD 3,500.”The ministry’s response added that “ the prices included in the order form have been especially adopted after consulting three suppliers.” As for Kingston 32 GB USB storage devices, the ministry explained that the price paid, estimated at MAD 720 (MAD 600 Tax-Free), is “the price of a high quality storage memory made of unbreakable metal and not that of normal storage memories with a limited lifespan.” The ministry again mentioned that “the order forms were adopted after consulting three suppliers.” read more

Looking to shed some pounds this year? Researchers at Brock have some advice for you.Do it for the right reasons. Otherwise, you may be more likely to fail.Philip Wilson and Diane MackPhilip Wilson and Diane Mack, associate professors in the Department of Physical Education and Kinesiology, are examining what motivates healthy eating and exercise by participants in commercial weight loss programs. They’ve discovered that your reasons for engaging in such activities might be the key to your success.It’s a pattern consistent with other research into motives and healthy behaviour, Wilson said. If you’re doing it for yourself — intrinsic goals such as health or personal satisfaction — you are more likely to succeed over extrinsic goals like power or how you look to other people.“Intrinsic goals related to feeling revitalized, positively changing your health and accomplishing a challenging activity, seem to provide better results than most of the common goals we see endorsed by these programs, which is weight management and promoting a better physical appearance and image,” Wilson said.“This is not to say that having goals around managing your weight and improving your appearance are bad, it is just that they might not be as useful, motivationally speaking, with respect to promoting long-term healthy eating and exercising behaviours.”Wilson, Mack and co-investigator Chris Blanchard from Dalhousie University collected data from 138 people participating in commercial weight loss programs like Weight Watchers, Herbal Magic, Jenny Craig and others. Their goal is to uncover what keeps people eating healthy and exercising when faced with the challenges of controlling body weight.The study is supported by a grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. Several Brock graduate and undergraduate students are also participating.Researchers hope to produce a new motivational pamphlet for people in commercial weight-loss programs and determine the feasibility of using this new resource to change eating and physical activity behaviours in commercial weight-loss program users.While commercial programs promote short-term weight loss, only 20 per cent of individuals embarking on the programs make the necessary lifestyle changes for sustained weight regulation.• Read more about the study in the St. Catharines Standard read more

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — New York sports fans may now bet for the Yankees — or the Mets — closer to home after the state joined the growing list of states allowing sports wagers.Schenectady’s Rivers Casino and Resort opened its betting lounge to the public Tuesday, the first of what is likely to be several casinos that expect to begin taking bets before the fall football season.New York’s entry into sports wagering comes after a ruling last year by the U.S. Supreme Court lifted sports betting prohibitions covering most states and prompted a frenzy of interest.In New York, officials are eager to catch up to New Jersey, where gamblers bet more than $3 billion on sports in the first full year since it became legal in that state.The Associated Press

Ohio State senior midfielder Nikki Walts tracks a ball during the second half of the Buckeyes’ 7-0 win against Illinois at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium on Sept. 14. Credit: Colin Hass-Hill | Sports EditorThere’s a special vibe to the Ohio State women’s soccer team this year. Nearing the end of what has been a dominant regular season, the No. 12 Buckeyes sit atop the Big Ten with a 12-3-1 record. They’ve lost just two matches to conference opponents (Northwestern and Rutgers) and posted a six-game shutout streak before it was snapped in a 1-0 loss to Rutgers Oct. 15.Senior midfielder Nikki Walts said she believes their success is a direct result of the team’s chemistry.“Every year is different, but talking with a lot of players, the vibe is just all-around great,” Walts said. “Each class is clicking. That’s a big part of being a team. The classes aren’t really defined in the locker room, and that’s great. Everyone has a good voice and everyone’s open to opinions this year.”Walts is one of the main reasons the Scarlet and Gray have enjoyed such a great season. The first-year captain has been a cornerstone of the program since arriving in 2014. Coming off a 2016 second-team All-Big Ten honor, Walts has compiled 11 points on two goals and eight assists this season. Alongside Walts is another fellow captain, senior defender and forward Morgan Wolcott. No other player has seen more of the field this season than Wolcott, who’s logged 1,428 minutes.It takes a full offseason of training and preparation to execute at a high level, Wolcott said. “We were all here this past summer training, conditioning and lifting together,” she said. “It helps the freshmen get to know our team before the season starts. We watch film during the season to see what worked and what didn’t. We’re improving a lot game by game. As long as we’re getting that 1 percent better, the rest of the season should play out nicely.”The coaching staff has continued to prove effective in getting the team ready every game. In her 21st season at the helm of Ohio State, head coach Lori Walker-Hock is on track to lead the Scarlet and Gray to the NCAA tournament for the seventh time in eight years. The Buckeyes have made it to the tournament 11 of the past 15 seasons. Walts said the cohesiveness of Walker-Hock and her staff is a difference-maker. “They work really well together,” Walts said. “We’ve seen that throughout this past season. We kind of have a new formation, our backs are a little more dynamic. It was all really easy to jump onto. The coaches are big with video, pointing out little things we can do better. I think they do a great job collaborating.” The tutelage doesn’t stop on the pitch, either. Walker-Hock and the coaching staff incorporate subtle life lessons and sayings in their coaching every day. They try to push their players to be the best in all aspects of life. “We ask their opinion on things that impact them directly, like how their bodies are feeling, nutrition, scheduling, the simple things,” Walker-Hock said. “One of the things we do well is take the lead on big things that matter. We try to show them, as well as teach them.”With four games to go before postseason play begins, the Buckeyes are in the hunt to not only take home the Big Ten title, but make a run in the NCAA tournament. Walker-Hock knows her team must remain focused amid high expectations, taking it one game at a time or risk a premature end to a promising season.“We look at the next game in front of us,” Walker-Hock said. “There is no easy game in our conference. We’re not remotely thinking ahead, there’s too much soccer left in the season. We’ve all seen teams be in the position we are right now, and they fall apart. We’re just trying to keep our heads down, keep working hard, and just taking each game one at a time.” read more

first_imgThe Vancouver Fire Department quickly knocked down a fire this morning on a first-floor deck that extended upward at the Oak Creek Apartments, Vancouver fire Capt. Chris Moen said.The fire was reported at about 7:50 a.m. It was brought under control in just 12 minutes.The apartment complex is located at 11412 NE 49th St., in the North Image neighborhood.“The fire is out; a quick knockdown by the crews,” Moen said. “They got water on it right away and got it out.”A damage estimate was not immediately available. There were no injuries reported.last_img

first_imgSEATTLE — An Algerian man whose sentence for plotting to blow up the Los Angeles airport around the turn of the new millennium was thrown out for being too lenient was ordered Wednesday to spend 37 years in prison.Ahmed Ressam, who had trained with al-Qaida in Afghanistan, was arrested in December 1999 when a customs agent noticed that he appeared suspicious as he drove off a ferry from Canada onto Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. A resulting search turned up a trunk full of explosives. Ressam’s capture, after a brief foot chase, prompted fears of a terrorist attack and the cancellation of Seattle’s New Year’s Eve fireworks.U.S. District Judge John C. Coughenour had twice ordered him to serve 22-year terms, but both times the sentences were rejected on appeal.This time, Ressam’s attorneys conceded that he should face at least three decades to satisfy the appeals courts, but no more than 34 years.last_img read more

first_imgHyderabad: The India Meteorological Department on Wednesday issued heavy rainfall/thunderstorm warning during next five days for Telangana. The Met Department, in its bulletin, predicted that light to moderate rain or thunder showers very likely to occur at most places over Telangana. Stating that Southwest Monsoon has been weak over Telangana, it said tIndia Meteorological Department, Hyderabad, heavy rainfallhat heavy Rain very likely to occur at isolated places over Telangana from 18th to 21st July.last_img

first_imgLPG price cut slashedReuters fileIn a relief to millions of households, the prices of LPG cylinders have been revised in metros – New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Chennai. The oil marketing companies have reduced non-subsidized and subsidized LPG cylinder prices by Rs 35.50 and Rs 1.74, respectively. The new rates are effective from 1 April 2018.According to state-owned IOCL (Indian Oil Corporation Limited) website, a 14.2 kg non-subsidized cooking gas cylinder is now available for Rs 653.50 in Delhi as against Rs 689 earlier.A subsidized cooking gas cylinder will now cost Rs 491.35 in Delhi as against Rs 493.09 earlier.Subsidized LPG cylinder of 14.2 kilograms will now cost Rs 494.33 in Kolkata, Rs 489.04 in Mumbai and Rs 479.44 in Chennai. In March this year, it was Rs 496.07 in Kolkata, Rs 490.80 in Mumbai and Rs 481.21 in Chennai.Non-subsidized LPG cylinder of 14.2 kilograms will now cost Rs 679.00 in Kolkata, Rs 625.00 in Mumbai and Rs 663.50 in Chennai. In March this year, it was Rs 711.50 in Kolkata, Rs 661.00 in Mumbai and Rs 699.50 in Chennai.According to the government’s norms, every household qualifies for 12 subsidized LPG cylinders a year. Purchases beyond this limit have to be made at market prices.Meanwhile, the petrol prices in India on Monday surged to a four-year high, and diesel at an all-time high due to rising global crude oil prices globally. Petrol is being sold in Delhi for Rs 73.83 per litre and diesel was selling at a record price of Rs 64.69 a litre.last_img read more

first_imgkishoreganj mapFive people, including three brothers, were killed and 50 others injured in a clash over fishing at Mithamain upazila in Kishoreganj district on Thursday. The deceased are Ferdous Mia, 55, his brothers Makhan Mia, 42, and Masum Mia, 35, Razib Mia, 28, and Mukul Mia, 30.The brothers belonged to the Solaiman Mia group, while the other two were from the Pallab Mia group. The groups had a long-lasting enmity over the right to fish in a canal. When they locked horns again around 1:00pm today, it claimed the lives.last_img

first_imgIn 2016, a research team reported conclusive evidence of the oldest microbial life to be found on Earth, fossilized in rocks in Greenland. The stromatolite structures are believed to be the remnants of bacteria that grew on the bed of a shallow sea, 3.7 billion years ago. Two decades before, in 1996, another team of scientists stirred up a debate over their claim to have found signs of life in 3.8-billion-year-old rocks from Akilia Island, also in Greenland. As the results could not be replicated — one of the main principles of the scientific method — their conclusions are considered unreliable, but have formed the basis for a number of subsequent research efforts.However, scientists are now faced with the possibility of an even earlier date for the beginning of life on Earth. According to a new study, life might have initially appeared on Earth 3.95 billion years ago.Newfoundland, CanadaThe team, led by geologist Tsuyoshi Komiya from the University of Tokyo, examined samples from the Torngat Mountains in Labrador, a part of the Canadian province of Newfoundland. This is one of the few areas on the globe where rocks that were formed at the very end of the Hadean era can be found — the period when Earth had cooled just enough to develop a solid crust.The first oceans were beginning to form as water vapor condensed, and current theories suggest that somewhere in these warm shallow waters, complex chemical molecules evolved into the first lifeforms.The findings of Komiya’s team, published in the journal Nature in September 2017, conclude that the rocks contain material generated by microbes. Komiya told LiveScience that the rocks were collected from an area that was quite remote, inhabited by a number of polar bears and “far from any village or town.”Scientists have analyzed 3.95-billion-year-old rocks from northern Labrador.But this new study might turn out to be just as controversial as the one from 1996. As Sarah Kaplan writing for the Washington Post comments, “Not all researchers are convinced.” Other scientists are keen to take a look at the rocks to verify Komiya’s claims.The specific element of the rock samples that most intrigued the scientists was tiny nodules of graphite, a material made of layers of carbon atoms.“Carbon comes in two stable isotopes: carbon-12, which is the most common, and carbon-13, which is rarer and slightly heavier. Life prefers carbon-12 because it is more reactive,” according to ZME Science. The main premise behind the Labrador study is that evidence of life can be inferred by looking at the ratio of these carbon isotopes.Komiya and his colleagues say that tiny blobs of graphite found in the rock are the oldest fossils ever discovered.This is how the team surmised the the graphite samples have a biological origin. “This is a biogenic signature,” Komiya told the Washington Post.Komiya and his colleagues have also addressed some of the issues for which the 1996 study was so hotly disputed. The earlier study was also based on the study of carbon isotopes however, according to Nature, “Some researchers say the carbon cannot be proven to have a biological origin…. Others have suggested that the rock is not as old as originally thought.”6 Mysterious Islands From Around The WorldThe research team believe the find in Labrador is exciting because the graphite was enclosed by the rocks in a way that suggested life didn’t originate as contamination from a later period.How life actually began still remains a mystery. Scientists firmly state that all available evidence indicates planet earth was formed 4.54 billion years ago and water soon appeared on its surface. Several genesis of life theories have been put forward, most of them centered on the idea that biology started in the water.The 1953 Miller-Urey Frankenstein’s monster-type experiment demonstrates that amino acids — the building blocks for life — can be synthesized from inorganic molecules in the atmosphere by lightening. Windows to the Universe describes the set up: “They designed an apparatus which held a mix of gases similar to those found in Earth’s early atmosphere over a pool of water, representing Earth’s early ocean. Electrodes delivered an electric current, simulating lightning.”When the two biochemists analyzed the contents of the water after running the experiment for one week, not only did they find organic molecules, but they had coalesced into clumps called coacervates. While for many this is compelling evidence that life arose spontaneously on our young planet, others argue that the probability for such a scenario is unfathomably small.Natural-color image of an ice island off the coast of Labrador.Another theory suggested by Irish scientist J.D. Bernal in 1949 postulates that life began in clay. We don’t mean a parade of little clay-model people, rather that clay minerals would attract the right mixture of chemicals for life to begin. Expanding on his ideas became a lifetime obsession for the late Alexander Graham Cairns-Smith, an organic chemist from the University of Glasgow. Cairns-Smith considered the regimented replication of DNA began on a clay substrate.Of course, there are many scientists who think that life actually began on another planet or in space, and was transported to Earth by celestial bodies such as comets or asteroids.Read another story from us: Electromagnetic Discovery in the Great Pyramid: Could it Concentrate Energy in Certain Chambers?So far, Canada is the place which has produced most of the evidence of primordial life in the world. Komiya stated for LiveScience that future analysis of the graphite and associated minerals from the Torngat Mountains “could shed light on the origin and evolution of life on Earth.”last_img read more

first_imgOver 30 suspected hunting dogs were spotted on Wednesday morning (July 11) with a large group of men, walking along the Chisty Place Hill.It is believed that the men and dogs were actively involved in the area since the early hours of Wednesday morning. Residents from the area spotted a Toyota bakkie in Chisty Place that was carrying dogs on the back of the bakkie.The matter was reported to the authorities, with the Ladysmith K9 Unit responding to the scene.The group of men, with their dogs, made swift work through the mountainous terrain as they went from the side of the Hands Monuments towards Acaciavale within minutes.Many people who live around the hill took notice of the men and were seen standing outside their homes watching the dogs move around the hill.Police went up to the Hands Monuments, but the men were just moving too fast and disappeared into the veld.The area where the men were allegedly hunting with their dogs lies on the borderline with a well-established game farm which has been a hot-spot for poaching.Also read: Baby zebra attacked by hunting dogs (Warning: Graphic Content)Also read: Don’t adopt Greyhounds to go huntingSpeaking to the farm owner, he indicated that just a few weeks ago, the farm fences were cut, with hunting dogs gaining access to the farm. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite The game farm owner says that poaching in the area has been a major problem over the years.The game farm has taken to erecting much higher fences and even signboards saying that hunting and poaching is illegal, yet the problem still occurs.He urges anyone who sees hunting dogs in the area to immediately contact the police.KZN Ezemvelo Wildlife Conservation Rangers also responded to the scene to try and catch the suspected poachers. One ranger commented that the hunting problem is huge and that in the Ladysmith area, many farmers and game farms have been targeted.It is believed that owners of hunting dogs compete against one another to see who has the best dog and which dog can make the most kills.Money is exchanged between dog owners, as they bet to see who is the best hunter, said the ranger.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

first_imgA group of scientists of the Molecular Genetics Thalassaemia Department of the Institute of Neurology and Genetics (CING) is developing a new method for the treatment of Mediterranean anaemia (beta thalassemia) using molecular genetic tools, according to a statement released on Friday.According to the statement, the institute’s gene therapy and gene modification research unit has approached the most frequent and serious form of the disease in Cyprus with a new method, the effectiveness of which has been demonstrated experimentally on patient cells.The team has proven in laboratory that this method has achieved a significant improvement in the underlying disease parameters and has exceeded in effectiveness the gene therapy approach currently under clinical trial.It has also shown that the combination of the two methods improves the effects of the treatment compared with the application of each method individually.“These results pave the way for monotherapy or combination therapy, specialised in the most frequent form of beta thalassemia in Cyprus,” the statement said.It added that the Molecular Genetics Thalassaemia Department has recently secured funding from the Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation to further improve the treatment method.Patients with beta thalassemia, it said, depend on regular blood transfusions and pharmaceutical chelation, while bone marrow transplantation, the only radical treatment for the disease, is only available for a small percentage of patients and comes with serious complications.Researchers are developing new radical therapies using molecular genetics tools.“So far, clinical studies for this treatment are based on the addition of a normal beta globin gene to the patient’s stem cells. Due to technical constraints, this approach does not fully cure patients with severe forms of the disease, such as the one caused by the most common for the Cypriot population mutation of beta thalassemia,” the statement saidThe CING team is trying to develop optimised and more personalised treatment approaches, especially for this mutation.“One of the approaches developed in the laboratory is based on recognition and suppression of the transcription product (RNA) produced by the defective beta globin gene. Targeting defective RNA prevents its pathological action thereby allowing for increased production of normal beta globin,” it said.According to data from the Cyprus-based Thalassaemia International Federation (TIF), around 600 people in Cyprus suffer from thalassaemia and 16 per cent of Cypriots are carriers.You May LikeHead CrampPeople Now Do This With VapoRub – So CleverHead CrampUndoFlyus.comDiscount international airfare. Thousands of unpublished fares available only by phone! Call Now!Flyus.comUndoHealthZapWoman Finds $4,000 In A Donated Book And Returns It To OwnerHealthZapUndo High temperatures increase risk of firesUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoFilms and food at RialtoUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Oscar John Thompson,In total, Impeachment could then be in the cards. They just want to govern from behind. too, They are required to be open from 10 a.Dr Datti Ahmed the sect’s spokesperson Abu Qaqa affirmed yesterday that the peace talk was over and his group will continue with their attacks while ensuring that Sharia law was established across the entire country This is development is coming as a result of a fresh clash between the members of the JTF and Boko Haram early yesterday when over four people were killed in the Sharada area of Kano metropolis Eye witness said the sect members rode to the Freedom Radio junction where they engaged in a gun battle with the JTF members Speaking to newsmen in Maiduguri via telephone conferencing Qaqa described the failed dialogue as unfortunate stating that the government was not sincere in its negotiation He affirmed that the group agreed in th first place to engage in a dialogue with the government due to some notable and respectful individuals but in the midst of the peace talk the government was beginning to play on their intelligence He said: “This is an important message on the issue that occupied the media in respect of negotiations between our group and the government Not long ago President Goodluck Jonathan made a public statement urging us to come forward for dialogue He also said we should make our demands clear with a view to resolving the protracted problem in the country’’ According to him the first condition given to the federal government on the unconditional release of all detained sect members has not be met He also said that it was during one of its meetings with the Federal Government that one of its spokeperson Abu Dardaa was arrested in Kaduna stating that such development was capable of killing their trust in government According to him the acceptance of the group to dialogue with the government was due to appeals from some respected northern leaders “These people said they would intercede between us and the government they said they have the capacity and we trusted them unfortunately however the opportunity was messed up ‘’Almighty God has told us repeatedly that the unbelievers will never respect the promises they make As such henceforth we would never respect any proposal for dialogue” Qaqa opined He further stated thus “In fact we have closed all possible doors for negotiation We would never listen to any call for negotiations Let the government forces do whatever they feel they can do and we too would use all the wherewithal at our disposal and do what we can” He also boasted that the almighty God will give them the power to capture and kill government forces who think that killing and arresting their members is the solution He said: “We are optimistic that we would dismantle this government and establish Islamic government in Nigeria Let the Federal Government and its agents do what they can; and we in return would also do what we can The noble Prophet Mohammed was also tried and tested during the war of Uhud he persevered and at the end of the day he emerged victorious ”The fact is that we do not have an element of doubt in our minds that one day we would surely emerge victorious from this onerous encounter” Qaqa noted Qaqa urged all Muslims to team up against those he had termed unbelievers “We want all our people to come together and restore our lost glory” Actually the tent is a protective covering for work crews who are building a new pumping station It’s part of a $200 million project to increase capacity on Enbridge Energy Partners’ Alberta Clipper — also known as Line 67 — pipeline which moves heavy crude oil from the tar sands region of Alberta to Superior WisNo new pipelines are being built as part of the project It is subject to some of the regulatory permitting necessary for new pipelines including TransCanada’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline which would take Alberta Tar Sands oil south through Montana and South Dakota to the Gulf of Mexico or Enbridge’s Sandpiper pipeline which is still undergoing Minnesota Public Utilities Commission reviewThe Sandpiper when completed will move light crude oil from North Dakota’s Bakken formation to Superior Wis The project involves boosting the capacity of the 36-inch-diameter line by adding pumping stations larger pumps and other improvementsIn all the Alberta Clipper expansion project includes four new pumping stations and the expansion of three others in MinnesotaThe Alberta Clipper pipeline is about 1000 miles long entering the US near Neche ND, While some continue to believe that paper wastage isn’t as big a problem as chemical or industrial wastage,The Philadelphia native said he will not take donations from political action committees and Russians. The Swiss international enjoyed trophy-laden spells at FC Basel and German giants Bayern Munich.

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they’ve picked Florida,Abuja revealed to us that the funds meant for us have been divertedby some top officials in the SURE-P headquarters into their owncoffers Several attempts made to reach the officials in question haveproved abortive “It is on this note that we call on President Muhammadu Buhari to inhis anti-corruption crusade intervene in this matter” the team leaderexplained Efforts to reach the Director TVET SURE-P headquarters in Abuja? never is it a joke. The Sene chief said when the Pakistani flag hoisting issue had come to light.

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