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first_imgJohn Murray APTN National NewsAfter schedule changes and delays, the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) is set to begin hearings Tuesday in a community along the so-called Highway of Tears in B.C.Smithers sits halfway between Prince George and Prince Rupert along Hwy. 16, named the Highway of Tears because of the number of Indigenous women who have vanished or have been found dead along it.One of those women is Tamara Chipman, 22, who disappeared in 2005.Her aunt, Gladys Radek, has walked the highway every year for the last seven years.The final day of Gladys’ walk is Monday which takes her into Smithers.Chief Commissioner Buller, and commissioners Robinson and Audette will be joining Gladys for the final segment of her walk.The second round of hearings were originally scheduled in Thunder Bay, Ont., but those hearings were moved to December.Hearings in Saskatoon, and Rankin Inlet, Nunavut have also been postponed.Delays, rescheduling, and high-level resignations have dogged the inquiry since it was announced in August 2016.Recently the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, Southern Chiefs’ Organization, Assembly of First Nations Manitoba, and Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak voiced concerns and called for a Manitoba subcommission led by a Manitoban.While speaking to a Senate committee lead Buller cited restraints imposed by government policy and procedure contributed to delays, and she plans on asking for more time.Indigenous-Crown Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett told APTN National News that the government will consider an extension when the plan is formally requested.An interim report is due in November and a final report expected December 2018.Contact John here: jmurray@aptn.calast_img read more

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Rabat – Qatar Airways will hold a cabin crew recruitment event in on May 13 at La Tour Hassan Palace hotel in Rabat.The international airline is looking to expand their cabin crew team by recruiting new candidates enthusiastic about flying. Eligible candidates must be at least 21 years old, fluent in spoken and written English, and hold at least a high school education. In addition to interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a multinational team, applicants must also be in good health and physical condition. ”Known for our 5 star hospitality, we look for future Cabin Crew who can be part of our World Class Global Brand,” said the international airline in a press release. read more

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Rabat – Morocco finished at the top of the overall rankings of the first African Beach Games organized from June 14 to 23 at Sal Island in Cape Verde. Morocco won 16 medals, including 9 gold, 3 silver, and 4 bronze.Moroccan athletes competed in open water swimming, kiteboarding, karate, freestyle football, beach volleyball, beach tennis, beach handball, and beach soccer. Morocco won the gold medals in beach tennis with the men’s doubles, Youssef Ghazouani and Anas Bouaouda clinching the win. In the women’s doubles, Morocco’s Camilia Benabdeljalil and Sarah Benabdeljalil were the victors, and the mixed doubles saw Anas Bouaouda and Camilia Benabdeljali go for gold.Read also: Bid for Morocco’s SAMIR Refinery amid Fresh, Unsettled ControversiesOthmane Djedidi also won a gold in freestyle football. El Hanni Mohammed (men’s individual kata) and Sanae Agalmam (women’s individual kata) won gold medals as well for karate. In the women’s team kata, 1st place went to En-nesyry Aya, Bertali Lamiae, Agalmam Sanae.In open water swimming (5km), the gold medal went to Ben Rahou Mathy, and in beach volleyball, the gold went to the Moroccan women’s team.Second place went to Algeria with 16 medals (5 gold, 6 silver and 5 bronze), while Tunisia took third place (3 gold, 3 silver and 1 bronze). Cape Verde, the game’s host country, took 4th place (3 gold, 2 silver and 5 bronze).The first African Beach Games saw the participation of 886 athletes, including 416 female athletes, in 11 sports competitions included in the official program of the Games. read more

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MONTREAL — The founder and former chief executive of Amaya Inc. has sold about two-thirds of his remaining shares in the Montreal-based owner of PokerStars, for a total of $267.7 million.David Baazov received an average of $22.31 per share for the 12 million Amaya shares that he sold on Wednesday and Thursday.Prior to this week’s sales, Baazov owned about 17.6 million Amaya shares — or 12 per cent of its common stock.That drops to 3.8 per cent of Amaya’s shares following this week’s transactions, which were disclosed late Thursday.PokerStars owner Amaya eyes acquisitions after long, difficult period of paying down debtRobust customer registrations and lower costs help Amaya beat analyst expectations in fourth quarterIt’s Baazov’s second large divestiture this month. He announced March 7 that had sold seven million Amaya shares at an average price of $19 per share, totalling $133 million.Baazov had proposed early last year to buy Amaya and take it private, but walked away from the bid in December after running into legal problems.He has pleaded not guilty to securities-related charges that were announced following an investigation into allegations of illicit trading by several close associates over a five-year period. read more

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The arrested Line 9 protestors were released by police today after promising to appear in court. Al Sweeney caught up with them at the Mountain Police Station in Hamilton.00:00:00 | 00:00:00::Projekktor V1.3.09

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by Crystal Laderas Posted Feb 29, 2016 2:09 pm MDT Alberta Transportation will tackle Uber issues AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Transportation Minister Brian Mason announced a plan to develop a reasonable framework for ride-for-hire companies such as Uber, which vowed to stop service in the province by Tuesday if the government didn’t support its proposed insurance framework.“Our plan ensures customers who use ride-for-hire services are safe, that the people who transport have the necessary skills and knowledge, and that there is insurance in place in the event of an accident,” states Mason in a news release.The province says by July 1, it will have an interim insurance product ready to provide coverage for Uber drivers and passengers. It says drivers will need at least a Class 4 licence, which is mandatory in most provinces for taxis and other commercial transportation services. The government also says all drivers will need to undergo a police background check.Uber launched in Calgary last October, despite the City of Calgary not having the regulations in place to allow the company to operate. The city won an injunction against drivers last year, but the two agreed to work together on regulations.Last week, Uber announced it will not operate in Calgary because the city’s rules were too strict. The Uber mobile app is shown on a smartphone in an undated file photo. CITYNEWS read more

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Urban Meyer speaks to the media during Ohio State’s football media day Aug. 11.When you hear “Ohio State” or “Michigan,” the rivalry and The Game are one of the first things that come to mind.Growing up in Ohio with OSU alumni in my family, I view The Game no differently. It’s the biggest rivalry in sports with the most intense fans, one that culminates at the end of the football regular season for two teams that want nothing more than to beat each other.Whether you’re a football fan or not, if you hail from Ohio or Michigan, you’re ready to cheer come time for The Game. The most dedicated fans can never waiver to the other side, even for reasons completely unrelated to football.You stick with your team and root for them to win, no matter what.But there are some things even bigger than the biggest rivalry in sports, and one of those things is cancer.When Grant Reed, then 11 years old, now 12 years old, was diagnosed with cancer, he used the rivalry as his motivation to beat the disease, which kept him in the hospital for weeks at a time. Both of Reed’s parents are OSU alumni and former marching band members, so being a Buckeye was something Reed was born into.That’s why Reed decided to name his brain tumor “Michigan.”And then he beat it.Last December, when OSU football coach Urban Meyer found out about Reed’s creative choice in naming his tumor, he visited Reed at Nationwide Children’s Hospital while Reed was still undergoing treatment. Since The Game takes place in Ann Arbor, Mich., this year, Meyer wasn’t able to offer Reed tickets to the game.That’s where Michigan football coach Brady Hoke came in.When Hoke heard about Reed’s tumor, he felt the need to reach out to the young Buckeye fan.“Well I think as a father and a parent, we’re glad in this instance that he beat Michigan, and that’s probably the only time I’ll say it,” Hoke said. “But that’s important, it’s important for us, we’ve got a great, unbelievable opportunity to help kids and help people understand.”He said this was an obvious case where something was more important than the rivalry.“This is a great rivalry, the greatest there is, it’s competitive, and it’s passionate,” Hoke said. “But at the end of the day there’s a heck of lot more things more important than those rivalries.”As I am not a parent, I can’t relate to Hoke’s reasoning for reaching out to Reed in that aspect. But as a human being, you can’t help but feel Hoke’s compassion and the compassion coming from Buckeyes and Wolverines elsewhere.Hoke gave Reed and his family four tickets to come watch the Buckeyes and the Wolverines face off on Nov. 30.Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner agreed that this opportunity wasn’t something the Wolverines and coach Hoke could pass up.“That’s great on the part of coach Hoke. The rivalry is so big, what he’s fighting is so much bigger,” Gardner said. “If what he needs to do is name his deal “Beat Michigan,” I fully support it. But when he comes to The Game, I don’t support that in any way.” read more

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first_imgBechtel, the global construction company, has set-up an office in the UAE for its mining and metals business. The office has been set up to service the GCC. Bechtel said that the GCC mining and metals sector has been identified as a major aspect for industrial diversification in the area and this trend is reflected in the scale of awards made during the last 12 months, which reached around $6,000 million. The company is currently constructing one of the world’s largest greenfield aluminium smelter projects – Ras Al Khair – for the Maaden Alcoa joint venture in Saudi Arabia.David Welch, president, Europe, Africa, Middle East at Bechtel, said: “We recognise the growing importance of the Gulf region as a strategic hub for our business. The opening of a regional office for our mining and metals business is a reflection of our ongoing commitment to this region.”He added: “We are optimistic about the business opportunities in the region and we believe the outlook is strong. In addition, the region has excellent connections to European and North African markets. The regional office puts us closer to our customers.”The new regional office will offer services from master planning studies through to engineering execution. Bechtel has completed several hundred major mining and metals projects and more than 1,000 studies across six continents around the world. Projects have included 26 aluminium smelters, 42 major copper projects and 36 major coal projects.last_img read more

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first_img Apr 2nd 2017, 7:05 PM By Michelle Hennessy 24,102 Views GARDAÍ HAVE CARRIED out searches at 12 locations today in Dublin, Kildare, and Meath as part of a crackdown on a west Dublin criminal gang.During the operation, the Criminal Assets Bureau seized large amounts of financial documentation, electronic media, a luxury car and a small quantity of controlled drugs and drugs paraphernalia.The searches were conducted at homes and business premises. No arrests were made during the operation today.Gardaí said the investigation is continuing.Read: 14 people found hidden in back of truck at Rosslare port> http://jrnl.ie/3320518 Image: RollingNews.ie Sunday 2 Apr 2017, 7:05 PM Luxury car, drugs and electronics seized in crackdown on west Dublin gang No arrests were made during the operation today. Short URL 10 Comments Share7 Tweet Email Image: RollingNews.ie Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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first_img Recommended for you TCI Premier & Governor gives “all-clear” after Hurricane Irma Related Items:assistance, cabinet, flood, government, help, rain, Tci, water Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppCabinet met this week, and among the moves by the Government was to get approved for the renewal of the country’s insurance policy for 2016-2017.  Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppcenter_img Happy Hours All Weekend at Outback Steakhouse The CCRIF Caribbean Catastrophic Risk Insurance provides national protection in the event of a tropical cyclone and excess rainfall.  The Atlantic Hurricane season is now three days old and lasts until November 30. Hurricane Irma hits TCIlast_img read more

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first_img Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNASSAU, Bahamas – November 8, 2017 –  Information coming out now that former BPL Chairman Leslie Miller was found by the auditors to guide decisions for contract awarding when he was at the helm, in some cases circumventing proper procedure to see an entity win jobs from the country’s power company.Conflicts of interest and curry favoring is cited in the forensic audit report and it exposes that the contracts went to BEC board members and went to public officials; these were the larger contracts and the breech extends back to 2012.Among those getting leading contracts, as they are defined by media reports, one to the brother of current PLP Leader, then Deputy Prime Minister and Minister responsible for BEC, Philip ‘Brave’ Davis.   It is said that Davis’ brother did not have the preferred bid for the work, but got the contract despite.Even Mario’s Bowling Alley, owned by Leslie Miller won a contract for over $52,000.Miller’s reply to media was that he was not aware of any contract to Mario’s or to any relative of Davis.  Leslie Miller also said that contracts always went to the lowest bidder.Ernst & Young reports that at least 19 vendors circumvented the proper process for awarding of contracts. Related Items:#bplaudit, #bplscandal, #ernst&young, #lesliemiller Bahamas Minister says audit allegation wrong, says Opposition Leader is an ‘honourable man’ Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

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first_imgNew downtown Vancouver library offers resources, funThe whole third floor of Vancouver’s new main library is for kids of all ages, beginning with small bright-colored lights in the floor that young children like to follow.If you disembark from the elevator to the left, and turn left again, you’ll soon come to the Early Learning Center, specially designed and equipped for children 5 and younger, and their parents or other caregivers.You’ll find a wealth of play structures where young children can turn things, reach for things, peer through windows and generally play around.“It looks like a bright, beautiful playground, which is exactly the point,” says a library publication.“PLAY is the work of early childhood. The imagination-fueling play the ELC encourages gets children questioning and learning about the world around them, and finding inspiration for their innate curiosity and imagination. While they’re having fun engaging and exploring, they’re also developing pre-literacy skills critical for school readiness.”Even babies are given special images to focus on, and there are nooks for “crawlers” to explore and pull on, the publication says.The center also uses three-dimensional letters and numbers that these very young children learn to recognize — skills that will help prepare them for school and reading.last_img read more

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first_imgRed, White and Blue host Gary Polland and guest co-host Dr. Laura Murillo discuss the fiscal health of the City of Houston, including the financial implications of this year’s local ballot measures (Proposition A: Rebuild Houston; and Proposition B: Firefighter Pay Parity). With guests Chris B. Brown, Houston City Controller; and Dave Martin, Houston City Council Member and Chairman of the Budget & Fiscal Affairs Committee. Original air date: October 19, 2018.Watch more episodes of Red, White and Blue Sharelast_img read more

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first_imgCenters for Disease Control and Prevention, CDCThis illustration depicts a three-dimensional (3D) computer-generated image of a group of Gram-negative, Haemophilus influenzae, bacteria.A 16-year-old from Guatemala died of complications of the flu while in U.S. Border Patrol custody, according to preliminary autopsy findings, alarming doctors who questioned whether immigration authorities missed warning signs or chances to save his life.Carlos Hernandez Vasquez contracted bacterial infections in addition to the flu, as well as sepsis, which can lead to tissue damage and organ failure, according to a report released by Hidalgo County authorities this week. He died May 20. A full autopsy is pending.Carlos is the sixth child in the last year to die after U.S. border agents detained him, and the second known to have died of the flu, after 8-year-old Felipe Gómez Alonzo died on Christmas Eve.As border apprehensions of migrant families surge to historic highs, the Trump administration’s treatment of migrant children and the detention of families in overcrowded facilities has come under harsh criticism. The administration is asking Congress for $4.5 billion to respond to the surge of families, but Congress has yet to act.Flu deaths among children are rare in the U.S. The number of annual flu-related deaths in kids has bounced from 37 to 186 since the 2004-2005 flu season, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Doctors usually expect the youngest children, not teenagers, to be more at risk of severe complications and death from flu.“Flu is uncommon at this time of the year,” said Dr. Dawn Nolt, an infectious diseases expert at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, Oregon. “That someone died of flu is certainly something to be very worried about.”Two doctors said they were alarmed by what’s known about the Border Patrol’s response to Carlos’ illness.Carlos was detained for six days at the Border Patrol’s South Texas processing center, a converted warehouse where 1,500 or more migrants are often kept in large cages formed by chain-link fencing.The Border Patrol says Carlos reported on May 19 that he was not feeling well and was diagnosed with the flu by a nurse practitioner. He was prescribed the medicine Tamiflu, then transferred to the Border Patrol station at Weslaco, Texas, to prevent his flu from spreading to other detainees. He was not hospitalized. The next day, he was found unresponsive in his cell.“By the time you’re 16 years old, you have great immunity, and you shouldn’t be dying so quickly,” said Dr. Nizam Peerwani, the Tarrant County medical examiner in Fort Worth, Texas, and an adviser for the advocacy group Physicians for Human Rights.Peerwani said Carlos’ rapid deterioration raised questions about whether he may have had potential symptoms including a fever, body aches, or breathing trouble before the Border Patrol says he reported being sick.He should have been taken to a medical facility or clinic instead of remaining in detention, Peerwani said.Dr. Julie Linton, co-chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ immigrant health special interest group, also said the prescription of Tamiflu may not have been enough treatment, especially since the medicine works best in the first two to three days of illness. While Carlos’ illness was discovered the day before his death, he may have sick well before then, she said. “We cannot treat Tamiflu as a substitute for the other care that is required,” Linton said.Doctors who treat the flu rely on a patient telling them how long they’ve had symptoms. Linton pointed out that the processing center where Carlos was detained has the lights on 24 hours a day, which may have made it difficult for him to know how long he had been sick.After Carlos’ death, the Border Patrol found that 32 migrants tested positive for the flu at the same processing center. The agency said it quarantined the sick people and briefly stopped intake at the processing center so cleaning crews could sanitize it.U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the Border Patrol’s parent agency, declined to respond to questions about what measures it was taking to protect detained migrants from the flu.Both Carlos and Felipe, the 8-year-old who died on Christmas Eve, were detained by the Border Patrol longer than the three days normally allowed by U.S. law and CBP guidelines. Felipe was initially hospitalized but released and returned to a Border Patrol highway checkpoint with his father until he fell sick again.After the December deaths of Felipe and 7-year-old Jakelin Caal Maquin, CBP ordered medical assessments of all minors in Border Patrol custody, as part of a directive to “enhance the protection of individuals in its custody.”In Carlos’ case, the Border Patrol has said it had requested he be placed in a long-term detention facility for children. But children are routinely held by Border Patrol for longer than three days because the long-term facilities for children are themselves at or above capacity.___AP Medical Writer Carla K. Johnson in Seattle contributed to this report. Sharelast_img read more

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first_imgPhil Rosenthal and David Wild have partnered with Cadence13 on a new podcast titled “Naked Lunch,” Variety has learned exclusively.The new weekly podcast will see the two long-time friends inviting some of the biggest names in television, film, theater, music and more to join them revealing conversations and an actual free lunch. One of their first guests will be comedy legend Carl Reiner, pictured above with the two hosts. The series, launching this summer, will be available across multiple platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, iHeart, Stitcher, TuneIn and more.“The show is called ‘Naked Lunch’ because we will all be completely naked,” Rosenthal and Wild say. “Luckily for the audience, this is only a podcast.”Rosenthal is best known for creating the hit CBS comedy series “Everybody Loves Raymond”. He was the showrunner for all nine years of the show’s run, which ended in 2005. It was nominated for over 70 Emmy awards, winning 15, including two for Outstanding Comedy Series. Rosenthal’s first travel food series, “I’ll Have What Phil’s Having,” premiered on PBS in fall 2015. He is also the creator and host of “Somebody Feed Phil,” a new unscripted documentary series that debuted on Netflix last January. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 “Over the course of their illustrious careers, Phil Rosenthal and David Wild have cultivated relationships with outstanding individuals across the creative arts, “ said Chris Corcoran, chief content officer of Cadence13. “Each episode will feature our hosts in conversation over lunch with some of the biggest names in film, television, theater, and music.”Wild is an Emmy-nominated television writer and producer, a best-selling author and a contributing editor to Rolling Stone. He was also the host of Bravo’s music interview series “Musicians” and has more recently been featured in Playtime’s “The Sixties,” “The Seventies,” “The Eighties” and “The Nineties” and is soon to be seen in “The 2000s” on CNN. Wild has also written liner notes essays for dozens of artists including the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Frank Sinatra, Aerosmith, AC/DC and Van Morrison. His best-selling books include 1994’s “Friends: The Official Companion,” “The Showrunners,” and “Diary of A Player” with country superstar Brad Paisley.center_img Popular on Variety last_img read more

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first_imgSimple Sticky Notes for Windows by Martin Brinkmann on November 28, 2017 in Software – 5 commentsSimple Sticky Notes is a free note taking application for Windows that puts sticky notes on your desktop so that they are in reach all the time.While new versions of Windows do come with a Sticky Notes application, its functionality is pretty basic. You can use it to write down notes, and link the notes to Cortana so that Cortana may remind you about them.If you want more control over notes on your system, or run an older version of Windows that does not include Sticky Notes, you may like what Simple Sticky Notes has to offer.Simple Sticky Notes for WindowsThe program is compatible with all recent versions of Windows. The installer has a size of less than 2 Megabytes, the application itself uses about 12 Megabytes of memory when it runs.You may add notes to the desktop by double-clicking the System Tray icon, or by using the shortcut Alt-N. Another option that you have is to create a note using Clipboard content. Use Alt-V for that, or the option of the right-click menu.Once a note is added to the desktop you may add text to it right away. Simple Sticky Notes supports plain text notes and a bit of formatting on top of that. You can bold or underline notes, or create lists for instance.All of these options are accessible from the right-click context menu and as keyboard shortcuts.You can move notes around, and change the width and height of individual notes as well. Notes are not pinned to the top by default which means that other program windows will overshadow them.You may set them to be always on top so that they stay there regardless of that.The Windows program supports notebooks which may hold different notes. Only one notebook is displayed at a time; useful if you need to separate notes for work, spare time or activities.Simple Sticky Notes supports other features that you may find interesting. You can set alarms so that you are notified about a particular note at a certain time and date.You may change the appearance of individual notes as well. The program lets you change the color of individual notes and their opacity.The program’s settings are quite extensive. Here are some of the options that you find there:Change the appearance and title of default notes (e.g. make them always on top, change the title, color or font).Disable update checking and start with Windows.Change hotkeys to create new notes, show or hide them, or switch between notes.Manage themes and sounds.You find a store on the developer website which you may use to download themes and sounds for the app. Only free downloads are provided in the Store at the time of writing.Related programs:Add Sticky Notes to programsIQ Notes for WindowsPnotes Note TakingNote Anywhere for ChromeSticky Notes for FirefoxClosing WordsSimply Sticky Notes is a powerful note taking application for Windows. It supports multiple notebooks, keyboard shortcuts for all core functions, options to set to top or hide notes, and to change the appearance of individual notes.Summary12345 Author Rating3 based on 4 votes Software Name Simple Sticky NotesOperating System WindowsSoftware Category ProductivityLanding Page http://www.simplestickynotes.com Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_img in Daily Dose, Headlines, News, Origination Share October 31, 2016 555 Views The pace of home sales has risen over the last two years partly due to the re-emergence of first-time buyers and single women, two segments that had been largely absent from the homebuying market prior to two years ago, according to the National Association of Realtors’ annual Profile of Homebuyers and Sellers.The first-time buyer share reversed its course in the 2016 survey, rising to 35 percent, after three straight years of declines and after dropping to a near 30-year low of 32 percent in the 2015 survey (results represent only owner-occupied homes). According to NAR, approximately 61 percent of first-time buyers were under age 35. The median age of first-time buyers was 32 in the 2016 survey, equaling the highest in the NAR survey’s 35-year history set back in 2006. The average annual income of first-time homebuyers was $72,000, approximately a 4 percent increase from last year.“Young adults are settling down and deciding to buy a home after what was likely a turbulent beginning to their adult life and career following the Great Recession,” NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun said. “Demand increased over the past year because of a robust job market for those with a college degree and renter fatigue at a time when homeowners continue to see their equity rise. These factors were why more first-time buyers (67 percent) said a desire to own a home of their own was the primary reason for their purchase (64 percent in 2015; 53 percent in 2014).”While the rise in first-time buyer share is encouraging, the 35 percent reported for 2016 is still well below historical averages. The long-term average of first-time buyers over the survey’s history is 40 percent. The homeownership rate for 18- to -35-year-olds is still hovering near its historic low due to several factors, mainly home price appreciation outpacing wages in many markets, difficulty of saving for a down payment as rents rise, and student loan debt.“First-timers’ ability to enter the market more convincingly over the next year greatly depends on supply improvements at the lower end of the market and if wages can finally awaken from their sluggish pace of growth,” Yun said.Though married couples comprised two-thirds of all buyers (66 percent) and had the highest annual income ($99,200), this year’s survey saw the share of single female buyers rise from 15 percent to 17 percent (the highest share since 18 percent in 2011).As in year’s past, married couples once again made up the largest share of buyers (66 percent) and had the highest income ($99,200). However, the survey revealed that single women made up more of the buyer pie than in recent years (based on household composition). After falling to 15 percent of buyers a year ago, which tied the lowest share since 2002, single females represented 17 percent of total purchases (highest since 2011 at 18 percent).“Despite having a much lower income ($55,300) than single male buyers ($69,600), female buyers made up over double the amount of men (7 percent),” said Yun. “Single women for years have indicated a strong desire to own a home of their own, as well as an inclination to live closer to friends and family. With job growth holding steady and credit conditions becoming somewhat less stringent than in past years, the willingness and opportunity to buy is becoming more feasible for many single women.”The median repeat buyer age was 53, up from 52 last year, and the median income was $98,000, down slightly from last year ($98,700).According to the NAR, down payment sizes remained largely unchanged from last year (6 percent for first-time buyers and 14 percent for repeat buyers). Approximately 59 percent of buyers financed their loan with a conventional mortgage, and one third of first-time buyers (33 percent) used a low-down payment FHA-insured mortgage—a number that has fallen significantly in the last five years (from 54 percent in 2011).Approximately 93,000 recent homebuyers answered the NAR’s 132-question survey on preferences, motivations, plans, experiences, and demographics in July 2016.center_img Two Key Segments Re-emerging Among Homebuyers First-Time Homebuyers Homebuyers NAR 2016-10-31 Seth Welbornlast_img read more

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first_img facebook fair housing HUD 2018-08-17 David Wharton HUD Levels Housing Discrimination Complaint Against Facebook in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, journal, News The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced on Friday that they were filing a formal complaint against Facebook for violating the Fair Housing Act by allowing landlords and home sellers to use its advertising platform to engage in housing discrimination.HUD claims Facebook enables advertisers to control which users receive housing-related ads based upon the recipient’s race, color, religion, sex, familial status, national origin, disability, and/or zip code. HUD alleges that Facebook then invites advertisers to express unlawful preferences by offering discriminatory options, allowing them to effectively limit housing options for these protected classes under the guise of “targeted advertising.” You can read the full complaint right here.“The Fair Housing Act prohibits housing discrimination including those who might limit or deny housing options with a click of a mouse,” said Anna María Farías, HUD’s Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity. “When Facebook uses the vast amount of personal data it collects to help advertisers to discriminate, it’s the same as slamming the door in someone’s face.”The Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination in housing transactions including print and online advertisement on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, or familial status.  HUD’s Secretary-initiated complaint follows the Department’s investigation into Facebook’s advertising platform which includes targeting tools that enable advertisers to filter prospective tenants or homebuyers based on these protected classes.HUD’s complaint alleges that Facebook’s platform violates the Fair Housing Act by enabling advertisers to, among other things:display housing ads either only to men or women;not show ads to Facebook users interested in an “assistance dog,” “mobility scooter,” “accessibility,” or “deaf culture”not show ads to users whom Facebook categorizes as interested in “child care” or “parenting,” or show ads only to users with children above a specified agedisplay/not display ads to users whom Facebook categorizes as interested in a particular place of worship, religion, or tenet, such as the “Christian Church,” “Sikhism,” “Hinduism,” or the “Bible”not show ads to users whom Facebook categorizes as interested in “Latin America,” “Canada,” “Southeast Asia,” “China,” “Honduras,” or “Somalia”draw a red line around ZIP codes and then not display ads to Facebook users who live in specific zip codesHUD also claims that  Facebook promotes its advertising targeting platform for housing purposes with “success stories” for finding “the perfect homeowners,” “reaching home buyers,” “attracting renters,” and “personalizing property ads.”In addition, on Friday the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York filed a statement of interest, joined in by HUD, in U.S. District Court on behalf of a number of private litigants challenging Facebook’s advertising platform.This isn’t the first time critics have leveled complaints at Facebook’s ad practices. In 2017, ProPublica purchased dozens of rental housing ads on the site but specifically requested that they not be shown to a variety of groups protected under the federal Fair Housing Act. That act makes it illegal to run ads that indicate “any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin.”The ads targeted men and women, aged 18-65, living in New York City, and highlighted categories such as “first-time buyer,” “house hunting,” and “buying a house.” However, ProPublica requested that their Facebook ads exclude a wide variety of groups, including “African Americans, mothers of high school kids, people interested in wheelchair ramps, Jews, expats from Argentina, and Spanish speakers.” According to ProPublica, all of the ads were approved by Facebook—most of them in five minutes or less. You can read more about ProPublica’s study by clicking here.center_img August 17, 2018 824 Views Sharelast_img read more

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