OTTAWA — The fact that new anti-dumping duties slapped on Canadian softwood companies came in lower than expected has Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr hoping the United States is finally accepting that Canada isn’t subsidizing the industry.The U.S. Department of Commerce added another seven percentage points to the total average import duties on Canadian softwood Monday, accusing the industry of selling wood in the U.S. at rates lower than in Canada.Industry analysts expected the duties would be at least 10 per cent.They come on top of countervailing duties imposed in April which averaged out at about 20 per cent and range from about three per cent to 24 per cent.The U.S. argues most Canadian wood is harvested from Crown lands and is sold for less than market prices as a way to subsidize the industry and make Canadian wood more attractive compared to American domestic products.Canada says there are no subsidies at all.On Tuesday, Carr told The Canadian Press the fact that the anti-dumping duties were less than expected and the fact that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross also agreed to exempt companies in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island from paying the duties, is a positive signal in favour of Canada’s argument that it is doing nothing wrong in the free and fair trade of softwood lumber.“I hope it’s an indication that the U.S. Department of Commerce sees that really we’re not subsidizing the industry at all,” he said in a phone interview.Carr went further than his boss, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who earlier in the day refused to speculate on whether the lower duties meant Canada’s arguments were hitting the mark.“I’m not going to be a pundit on this,” Trudeau told a news conference.Trudeau said despite the latest events, Canada is pressing on with negotiations seeking a new deal with the U.S. on softwood lumber trade to replace the one that expired in 2015.This is the fifth time since 1981 the U.S. has accused Canada of unfair trade on softwood and Trudeau and Carr say Canada wins the dispute at international trade tribunals consistently. However Canada can’t challenge the latest round of duties until the final determinations are made by the U.S. later this year.Thus far, both the countervailing and anti-dumping duties are preliminary assessments.The current duties would cost Canadian producers an estimated $1.7 billion a year. Canada has put an $867-million aid package on the table with loan guarantees and direct assistance to help companies innovate and expand their markets beyond the U.S. None of that money has flowed yet but Carr said it will start flowing soon.Trudeau remained confident Tuesday a new negotiated deal will occur.“But this is still an issue that affects thousands of jobs across the country in small communities,” the prime minister said.“It’s something we take very, very seriously and will endeavour … to continue to work very, very hard on with the American administration.”Carr said Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland talks to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross multiple times a week and believes it is possible for a negotiated settlement to come prior to the start of NAFTA renegotiations in mid-August.Conservative MP Randy Hoback, the official Opposition critic for Canada-U.S. relations, said Trudeau had a deal in hand with the former administration of president Barack Obama and he let it slip away.Hoback is in Montana for a meeting with western governors, where he said opinions of softwood vary depending on the state. But he said the general consensus there is that a deal would have been possible had Canada more quickly embraced the Trans Pacific Partnership, a trade deal Obama wanted but which the U.S. has walked away from under President Donald Trump.“They were looking for us to show leadership on TPP,” Hoback said.“If we would have done that instead of doing another year of consultations across Canada, it would have given Obama the cover to push it through, and then would have also given us the ability to negotiate a softwood lumber agreement.”Hoback said he thinks the ultimate result will be more consolidation of the industry in Canada, with the biggest companies snapping up small outfits to get access to their wood quotas without necessarily keeping their sawmills open.“We’re going to see small towns turn into ghost towns,” said Hoback.NDP MP Nathan Cullen said eliminating as many Canadian companies as possible is the main goal of the U.S. action. And he said there are already mills in his northern B.C. riding that can’t afford the duty bills handed them by the U.S.But Susan Yurkovich, CEO of the B.C. Lumber Trade Council, said layoffs and job cuts will be avoided for the most part until the U.S. government sets final duty rates later this year — unless lumber prices suffer a precipitous decline.— with files from Ross Marowits in Montreal.
A post-mortem examination will be done Monday on the body of a Toronto woman who was killed in a drive-by shooting early Sunday.31-year-old Jenas Nyarko moved to Canada from Ghana in 2001 and worked at a shelter.Investigators say she was sitting in the backseat of a vehicle on her way home from a funeral when an SUV pulled up alongside and someone fired a single shot.Police say the SUV had been circling the neighbourhood before the shooting.They have released surveillance video of the suspect vehicle, which has been described as a silver or grey 2010 to 2016 Cadillac SUV with a sunroof.Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders says the incident is indicative of what he calls a problematic “street gang subculture.”According to Saunders, the city has seen five more shootings per month this year than last year.He says it’s not a catastrophic situation but he still wants to lower the numbers.There have been 47 homicides in Toronto so far this year — four of them within a 24-hour period this weekend.
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LONDON — U.S. President Donald Trump’s national security adviser says the United States is ready to negotiate a post-Brexit trade deal with the U.K. “in pieces” to help speed the process.John Bolton met with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday. Johnson’s Downing Street office says the two “spoke about Brexit and a range of other issues – including Iran, Hong Kong and 5G” network security.Bolton told reporters afterward that a piecemeal approach to trade negotiations is “not unprecedented” and talks between the U.S. and the U.K. could concentrate first on areas where the two sides agree.He said: “I think here we see the importance and urgency of doing as much as we can agree on as rapidly as possible.”Britain is preparing to leave the European Union on Oct. 31.The Associated Press
The Security Council – which is in the Lake Chad Basin to draw attention to the humanitarian and development needs of a region grappling with Boko Haram’s terror – visited for the first time Niger, one of the poorest countries in the world.Addressing media in Niamey, Ambassador Matthew Rycroft of the United Kingdom, who is leading the Council visit as president of the Security Council for the month of March, pledged solidarity with the people who the Council had met. “We have demonstrated our commitment to further support Niger in its remarkable efforts to restore the security stability of the localities in the Lake Chad basin but also to provide the necessary protection and assistance to the populations affected by the crisis,” Mr. Rycroft told journalists.Earlier, the Council members had met with President Mahamadou Issoufou. They also heard from UN agencies and partners about the “dire situation” in the region of Diffa along Niger’s border with Nigeria. Last summer, tens of thousands of people fled Diffa as Boko Haram flooded the desert town from Nigeria. In addition to insecurity, Niger is plagued by drought, desertification and a lack of jobs and schools for its young people, who make up two-thirds of the population. The country ranks 188th out of 188 countries on the 2015 UN Development Programme’s Human Development Index. Speaking to the Council during its visit, the UNDP Resident Representative and Resident Coordinator, Fodé Ndiaye, said survivors of Boko Haram violence are being hosted by other poor and vulnerable communities.“But they are showing humanity,” Mr. Ndiaye stressed.One of the main observations from the visit, according to Mr. Rycroft, was the importance of Sustainable Development Goal 16. That Goal aims to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.“You can’t come to a place like the Lake Chad Basin without seeing the value of Goal 16,” Mr. Rycroft said. The Security Council next heads to Maiduguri, Borno, in north-eastern Nigeria, known since 2009 as the epicentre of the Boko Haram insurgency. The Council members are meeting with local officials and civil society organisations before they are scheduled to visit a camp for internally displaced persons.The Council members will also visit Abuja, where they will meet with acting President Yemi Osinbajo.
Brock University will mark Remembrance Day with a ceremony in the Ian Beddis Gymnasium.The gathering will happen Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 10:45 a.m.Everyone is invited to attend.
Firefox for Mobile — which was at one point named Fennec after the cute pocket-sized foxes — has been in development for quite some time. The first alpha builds arrived late in 2008, and by the time Mozilla was ready to make the first beta available in the Android Market in February of 2011 the decision had been made to synchronize build numbers with its desktop cousin. Despite being the first Firefox mobile browser, the app launched as version 4.Once Firefox 4 had been released on both the desktop and in mobile form, Mozilla began work on its accelerated release schedule. With a more Chrome-like timetable for Firefox releases, Mozilla also needed to change the way new builds were tested prior to release. A channel system (again like Chrome) was set up, and in additional to the stable Firefox release users are now able to pick from Beta, Aurora, or Nightly releases on their desktop.With Mozilla also deciding to adopt the same rapid release schedule for Firefox for Mobile, it only made sense that there would also be new channels being introduced to facilitate real-world testing. Developer Mark Finkle has announced on his blog that users can now get their hands on both Aurora and Nightly versions of Firefox for Mobile — just point your Android device’s Web browser to:http://bit.ly/fennec5 for Aurorahttp://bit.ly/fennec6night for Nightly.Right now, all three Firefox for Mobile versions are very similar in terms of appearance, performance, and functionality. The new unstable releases are the first of their kind, though, so new features will start popping up as the Mozilla crew pushes updates to your device. Remember, you’re playing with unfinished software if you decide to install Firefox for Mobile Aurora or Nightly — so be prepared for the odd bug and some unexpected force closes. Instability is all part of the fun when it comes to testing bleeding-edge software, of course, and it’s certainly not going to dissuade any hardcore Mozilla fans.Mark Finkle via Mobiputing
High heat, high surf expected in San Diego County July 3, 2018 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Extreme heat and high surf in San Diego could cause potentially dangerous conditions at the beach and throughout the region this week, the National Weather Service (NWS) said Tuesday.High surf from Hurricane Fabio, currently more 600 miles southwest of Baja California, was expected to create strong rip currents and hazardous swimming conditions, causing the NWS to issue a beach hazards statement for Wednesday evening through Friday evening.Surf levels of 6-8 feet and as high as 12 feet will be possible, with surf peaking Thursday.A building system of high pressure over the southwestern United States was predicted to send temperatures soaring by Friday, forecasters said.The NWS issued an excessive heat watch for San Diego County, along with much of the rest of Southern California, for Friday and Saturday.High temperatures are expected to range anywhere from 103 to 108 degrees in Escondido and El Cajon on Friday, and Vista was expected to see temperatures as hot as 100.Coastal areas will be a little cooler, with highs expected in the high 80s throughout the weekend, forecasters said.San Diego County Deserts will remain hot all week with highs in the mid 100s everyday until Friday and a high of 118 degrees predicted for Borrego Springs. Posted: July 3, 2018 Updated: 9:53 AM Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
KUSI Newsroom California to offer two years of free community college 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – California Governor Gavin Newsom recently expanded a tuition waiver program that will allow students to attend community college for free.The California College Promise Program offers two years free tuition for first-time, full-time students in California, who attend community college. It was recently extended to offer a second year of paid tuition at California community colleges.According to the Governor’s budget summary, the expanded program is budgeted at $42.6 million. It is being paid for by the Proposition 98 General Fund. Prop 98 requires a certain percentage of the state budget be spent on K-12 education. Categories: California News, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter August 27, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, Posted: August 27, 2019
Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. MIAMI GARDENS, FLA. (WSVN) – Residents watching the World Cup final in Miami Gardens were jolted by the sound of a shuttle bus crashing into their home.The crash took place Sunday morning near Northwest 167th Street and 22nd Avenue.The homeowners said it sounded like a bomb going off.“It happened all of a sudden, a boom, like a loud noise,” said homeowner Queenie Mitchell.“It sounded like an earthquake,” echoed homeowner Bernard Mitchell. “Everything went haywire.”Everyone inside the home was left shaken up, but no one was hurt.The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
Photo by Liz RuskinProponents of repealing the Affordable Care Act revealed yet another new bill Monday, with changes that appear designed to win the vote of Sen. Lisa Murkowski, one of three Republicans who killed the last repeal bill.Listen nowThe latest version of the Graham-Cassidy bill, like the original, would give block grants to the states in place of federal spending on subsidies for insurance premiums and expanded Medicaid.As in the original, the block grants in the revised bill would mean a cut in funding for Alaska, compared to what the state gets under current law. But the new proposal does not cut as deeply as the original Graham-Cassidy bill.“There is a lot of special treatment for Alaska,” Timothy Jost, professor emeritus at Washington and Lee University School of Law, said. He reviewed the current bill draft for “Health Affairs Blog.”Jost said the revision is peppered with money for states that have low population density, a higher poverty line and other descriptors that apply to Alaska and only a few other states.“It just basically gives Alaska more money,” Jost said.But even with the special treatment, Alaska would still lose $99 million over seven years when you compare the block grants to the federal funding in existing law. That’s according to a fact sheet that’s circulating with the proposal.That’s about a tenth of what Alaska would lose under the original Graham-Cassidy bill.The bill also makes big changes to the traditional Medicaid program. Bill sponsor Sen. Lindsey Graham said government revenues aren’t keeping pace with health care spending.“Most of you know that by 2042 the entire revenue stream will be consumed by Medicaid and Medicare spending, unless somebody does something about it,” Graham, R-S.C., said Monday, at the only hearing on the bill so far. It started late due to a protest. Capitol Police carried people out of the hearing room.Wow. pic.twitter.com/VOlQHBksPy— Matt Fuller (@MEPFuller) September 25, 2017Graham’s bill, though, would increase spending for traditional (non-expansion) Medicaid in Alaska. The new version increases the federal matching rate for Alaska and Hawaii. It’s not clear how much money that would bring to Alaska. It’s possible it could more than make up for revenue losses elsewhere in the bill.But there’s more than money at stake. The new version would also allow states to more easily drop insurance standards in the Affordable Care Act. States would be allowed to undermine protection for people with pre-existing conditions.That has people like Todd Brown of Anchorage concerned. He said he ran into Sen. Murkowski at the farmer’s market in South Anchorage on Saturday. About 30 people were waiting to talk to her. Some, like him, wanted to talk about the repeal bill.“I said, you know Lisa, I know there’s going to be a lot of pressure, and a lot of powerful people who are most likely going to offer you, you know, large packages of money and try to trade favors, but I hope you don’t allow them to buy you off,” Brown said.Brown said Murkowski reassured him.“She just looked at me real intently and squeezed my hand and said, ‘I don’t get bought off,’” Brown said.Sen. Dan Sullivan said he’s undecided, too, and it’s not clear either Alaska senator will have to take a position. At least three Republicans have now announced they will vote no. If that holds, it would be enough to kill the bill.
BSE closes points 365.89 up on Jan 81.9K views00:00 / 00:00- 00:00:0000:00BSE closes points 365.89 up on Jan 81.9K viewsBusinessNew Delhi, Jan 8 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 365.89 points up to stand at 27,274.71. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 132.50 points up to stand at 8,234.60. PIPAVAVDOC and BERGE PAINT were among the top gainers of Group A with an increase of 18.07% and 10.90% along with DELTA CORP LTD. and VOLTAS with an increase of 6.87% and 6.54% respectively, while the top losers of Group A include PMCFIN and HATHWAY with a decrease of 4.97% and 2.62% along with RELIGARE and FINOLEX INDUSTRIES LTD with a decrease of 2.56% and 2.15% at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is up 290.48 points at 18,825.01 while the banking sector is up 434.63 points at 21,413.49 and the reality sector is up 40.01 points at 1,553.73. The Indian currency is up 0.89% at Rs 62.61 per dollar.Ventuno Web Player 4.50New Delhi, Jan 8 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 365.89 points up to stand at 27,274.71. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 132.50 points up to stand at 8,234.60. PIPAVAVDOC and BERGE PAINT were among the top gainers of Group A with an increase of 18.07% and 10.90% along with DELTA CORP LTD. and VOLTAS with an increase of 6.87% and 6.54% respectively, while the top losers of Group A include PMCFIN and HATHWAY with a decrease of 4.97% and 2.62% along with RELIGARE and FINOLEX INDUSTRIES LTD with a decrease of 2.56% and 2.15% at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is up 290.48 points at 18,825.01 while the banking sector is up 434.63 points at 21,413.49 and the reality sector is up 40.01 points at 1,553.73. The Indian currency is up 0.89% at Rs 62.61 per dollar.
Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia. AFP File PhotoThe Norwegian government on Thursday signed an agreement with UNDP for the period 2019-2021 showing its commitment to foster peace and harmony in Rohingya camps and host communities in Cox’s Bazar district.Sidsel Bleken, Norwegian ambassador to Bangladesh and Sudipto Mukerjee, resident representative, UNDP Bangladesh signed the agreement worth 6.5 million Norwegian Kroner on behalf of their respective organisations.Under this agreement UNDP will do a research to understand drivers of social tensions in Rohingya camps and in host communities in Cox’s Bazar district affected by the Rohingya crisis since August 2017.The research findings will better inform and support UN programming on early warning of any conflict and prevention and partnership with the Government of Bangladesh, says UNDP.During the signing, Sudipto Mukerjee said Norway has always been a vital partner in UNDP’s mission to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.”This initiative will strengthen our development work in Cox’s Bazar after Rohingya crisis and help us to promote peace and tolerance in the camps and host communities.”Sidsel Bleken said they continue their support for implementation and monitoring of SDG 16: peace, justice and strong institutions around the world.”After the Rohingya crisis in 2017, Norwegian government has been working closely with Bangladesh government along with the international community for resolving the issue,” she said.”The agreement we signed today, hopefully will pave the way for a peaceful and inclusive society in Cox’s Bazar.”The agreement is a part of UNDP’s broader “Partnerships for a Tolerant, Inclusive Bangladesh” (PTIB) project, which promotes diverse and constructive narratives already present in the country in support of tolerance.Among others Morshed Ahmed, senior adviser, Royal Norwegian Embassy and Robert Stoelman, senior programme manager, PTIB project of UNDP were present in the signing ceremony.
Monday, June 24, 2019 SANTO DOMINGO — The D.R.’s tourism minister has weighed in on the deaths of eight U.S. tourists in the D.R. this year, saying the deaths are not part of a mysterious wave of fatalities but a medically and statistically normal phenomenon that has been lumped together by the U.S. media.Autopsies show the tourists died of natural causes, Tourism Minister Francisco Javier Garcia told reporters. He said five of the autopsies are complete, and three are undergoing further toxicological analysis with the help from the FBI because of the circumstances of the deaths.With some 3.2 million U.S. tourists visiting the D.R. last year, he said, it’s not unusual for eight people to die while on vacation over any six-month period. Dominican officials say they are confident the three deaths still under investigation were also from natural causes.“We want the truth to prevail,” Garcia said. “There is nothing to hide here.”More news: Direct Travel names Smith as Senior VP, Leisure Marketing, North AmericaThe Dominican government has been criticized for not being more forthcoming about the details of the death investigations.They “probably have some indication of what it could be or what it might not be,” said Dr. Amesh Adalja, an infectious diseases and critical care doctor at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. But officials have been “very opaque” about their findings.“The longer they keep everybody in suspense, the worst it’s going to be for the Dominican Republic, especially when they’re so dependent on tourism. Because the longer this goes on unexplained, the longer people are going to be leery of going there,” Adalja said.Garcia said the number of U.S. tourist deaths in the D.R. dropped 56% from 2016 to 2018, although he did not provide further numbers or details. The U.S. State Department also discounted the idea of a surge of tourist deaths, saying the agency had not seen an uptick in the number of U.S. citizen who died there.More news: Marriott Int’l announces 5 new all-inclusive resorts in D.R. & MexicoGarcia showed reporters a summary of pathologists’ findings in each death but declined to share the autopsy reports, saying they are not public records and that only the families could authorize their release.In response to public concerns, authorities are increasing internal security measures at hotels as well as increased control over food and beverages, but only as a preventive measure, Garcia said.“We’re very sorry for the families’ grief,” he said. But “there is no wave of mysterious deaths.’Meanwhile CNN reports that at Hard Rock Resort Punta Cana, where two of the deaths took place, liquor dispensers are being removed from guest room mini-bars. At least one of the deaths in the D.R. occurred after a guest had a drink from the mini-bar. Share By: The Associated Press << Previous PostNext Post >> Minister says 8 tourism deaths in D.R. not unusual Tags: Dominican Republic
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