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  • PSA Peugeot Citroen’s Moroccan Factory to Produce 200,000 Cars a Year

    Rabat – The new factory of the French leading carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen will produce 200,000 cars and 200,000 motorbikes a year, Minister of Industry, Commerce, Investment and the Digital Economy Moulay Hafid Elalamy said.The new plant, to be completed by 2019, will generate 4.500 direct jobs and 20,000 indirect, said the Minister in an address before King Mohammed VI, who chaired on Friday the signing ceremony of the agreement to set up the PSA Peugeot Citroen plant in the integrated industrial platform, Atlantic Free Zone.The Minister said that the new factory will be achieved for a total cost of 6 billion dirhams will also export car parts worth 1 billion Euros per year. The new factory will also house a research and development center employing 1500 engineers and technicians.Following the example of French carmaker Renault, the setting of the PSA Peugeot Citroen factory in the Kingdom will add fresh impetus to the activities of large-scale enterprises in Morocco as well as to small and medium sized enterprises.After highlighting the well-connectedness of the industrial integrated platform Atlantic Free Zone, the Minister underscored the assets offered in terms of the quality of human resources and logistics that facilitate supply and exports.This new investment will help the region of Gharb Chrarda Bni Hssen develop industrial activities and create jobs.The setting up of PSA Peugeot Citroen in Morocco is also part of Morocco’s industrial acceleration plan 2014-2020 which lays out a clear vision for the future of industry in Morocco. read more

  • Andra Lenius – 3MT profile

    Andra LeniusMA student in Applied Health Sciences2014 Three Minutes Thesis runner upSupervisor: Prof. Maureen ConnollyTitle of presentation: “Fit for action: Adapted fitness and conditioning programs for individuals with disabilities”*****Andra Lenius sees the clock ticking away on the personal fitness and training industry as it faces the 2025 deadline to comply with the province’s mandatory accessibility standards.“Building ramps and widening doorframes is only a small portion of what we need to do to make personal training accessible. Opening the mind to better training is much more difficult,” she said during her presentation at Brock’s Three Minutes Thesis contest finals held earlier this year.Lenius, the runner-up at the 3MT contest, focused her master’s research specifically on developing personal training services that meet the needs of youth and young adults with autism spectrum disorder. Her study involved working directly with two fitness instructors over seven weeks to implement a fitness and conditioning program for two teenage boys with autism.She says her research is all about putting “the personal back in personal training.”“Our trainers need to learn to work with all individuals regardless of disabilities. Trainers must be fit for action. We have 10 years to ensure that our trainers are ready – but change comes slowly the time to start is now.”Find out more about Lenius’s research by watching her 3MT presentation.The 3MT contest is a university-wide competition open to master’s (thesis and research project) and doctoral students in all Brock’s graduate programs. The contest challenges students to talk about their research and why it matters in a way that will inform and captivate people outside of their disciplines. It is held each year in conjunction with Brock’s annual Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Student Research Conference. read more

  • Canadian bank CEOs signal slower growth ahead amid trade tensions falling rates

    Companies in this story: (TSX:CIBC, TSX:BNS, TSX:RY, TSX:BMO)The Canadian Press TORONTO — The top executives of Canada’s biggest banks say investors can expect slower growth thanks to looming trade tensions and America’s falling interest rates, but the lenders remain confident they’ll be able to adapt to the quickly changing macroeconomic environment.CIBC’s chief executive Victor Dodig told an industry conference in Toronto today that the lenders are operating in “unprecedented” times and people cannot “keep your blinders on.”Dodig told the Scotiabank Financials Summit that negative interest rates are an issue and questions loom about how trade wars will unfold, but CIBC will be able to manage partly by adjusting its business and investment spending accordingly.BMO Financial Group’s chief executive Darryl White told the conference that a slower growth environment is ahead, but he likened it to a “breeze in the face” rather than a gale-force headwind.RBC’s chief executive Dave McKay, agreed there are headwinds but says the outlook is “not as dark,” adding that the lender will continue to focus on economic opportunities and pull back if they do not manifest.Scotiabank’s chief financial officer Raj Viswanathan said the lender’s biggest tool to help navigate the constantly changing landscape is its diversification, such as its international footprint. read more

  • MasterCard launches new digital wallet called MasterPass for mobile web purchasing

    AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – For those who hate the tedious process of filling out billing and shipping information every time they make an online purchase, MasterCard is rolling out a new digital wallet product called MasterPass, which works on computers, tablets and smartphones.MasterPass officially launched in Canada on Thursday with three companies on board: Grocery Gateway, Porter Airlines and WagJag. When consumers go to finalize a purchase on one of these sites, they’ll be given the option to pay via MasterPass.With MasterPass, users can pre-register up to 25 different credit cards and their shipping information, which is saved in the cloud. When completing a purchase and clicking on MasterPass, users just need to provide a password rather than pulling a credit card out of their wallet. If they’ve saved multiple credit cards and shipping addresses they can choose which to use before the transaction goes through.“It’s going to mean that you’re going to shorten your check-out experience from what used to be eight steps down to about four,” said Jason Davies, MasterCard Canada vice-president of e-commerce.“You’re able to complete those transactions wherever you are on the go in four easy clicks, you don’t have to actually pull your card out anymore, it’s stored securely.”MasterCard says it plans to have 800 merchants signed on by the end of the year and 2,800 by the end of 2014. The company also plans to allow users to save loyalty plan data into MasterPass by the end of 2013.Visa quietly introduced a very similar service in Canada in November, called V.me, although it’s currently only set up to work with a few dozen U.S. retailers.“We’ve been pretty quiet about it because really we’re very much focused on making sure we have a nice breadth of Canadian merchants and that’s really what we’re focused on before we go to market with kind of a big splash about the product,” said Visa spokeswoman Ann-Marie McIntosh.She said the digital wallet concept will appeal to users who get turned off by the final step of online shopping. Shoppers frequently abandon purchases at the last minute if they encounter any problems or annoyances in the check-out process.“The e-commerce experience, whether on a laptop, tablet or mobile phone, still can be painful,” McIntosh said.“I have to fill out 42 fields every time, I have to leave all my card information with merchants — and consumers really don’t want to do that, they want to have a lot of security in their mobile e-commerce transactions.”MasterCard says e-commerce purchases represent about six per cent of total retail sales in Canada, but the numbers are growing.Canadian e-commerce sales grew by 27 per cent over the three-month span ending in February 2013, according to MasterCard, compared to three per cent growth for overall retail sales. MasterCard launches new digital wallet called MasterPass for mobile, web purchasing by Michael Oliveira, The Canadian Press Posted Apr 11, 2013 6:00 am MDT read more

  • November 2017 – EV registrations

    Plug-In Car Grant: Since the launch of the Plug-In Car Grant in January 2011, there have been 123,695 eligible cars registered.Please note: this data includes only new car registrations and not commercial vehicles. For questions about these figures, or to enquire about more detailed data sets, e-mail data@smmt.co.uk.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)

  • GCM to Channel 7 educate your staff on FYROM

    first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Dear Mr Stokes,It is with particular frustration and significant ire that we write to you today to protest at your network’s inflamed throw away comment during this morning’s coverage of the Opening Ceremony of the Rio Olympic Games.Our organisation is the oldest and largest Greek community organisation in the world outside of Greece and does not take to letters of complaint lightly. Your announcers this morning presented as uneducated and insensitive sports jocks whose throwaway line about Alexander the Great as the team from the Former Yugolsav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) entered the stadium was simply wrong and politically inflammatory.The United Nations and the vast majority of the world’s sovereign states acknowledge FYROM as exactly that – FYROM and this former creation of General Tito as part of the failed state of Yugoslavia should not at all be confused with the historic and ancient Greek state of Macedonia. To simply say in a throw-away line that FYROM’s first gold medal at the games was won by  King Philip of Macedon (Alexander the Great’s Father) is wrong on so many levels and offensive to every Hellene and philhellene who know their history and understands the importance of identity and cultural lineage.I urge you to educate your staff on nothing more than what is the internationally accepted name for the state known as FYROM and request that they do not re-write history for cheap amusement or to fill in broadcast time.Finally, we request that an on-air retraction be made and that this be made in earnest.Yours sincerelyBill Papastergiadis “At best it’s lazy journalism, at worst it’s deceitful; I don’t know where it sits in the spectrum, but it’s appalling”. Bill Papastergiadis’ comment echoes the sentiments of Greek-Australians, after listening to Bruce McAvaney and Andrew Gaze’s commentary on the Rio Olympics’ opening ceremony. During the national delegations’ parade, the Channel 7 commentators offered what McAvaney called ‘a piece of history’, when they attributed King Philip II of Macedonia to FYROM, stating that the ancient king was the country’s first olympian. “At an event which highlights the important contribution of Greece to global unity and sport it was disturbing that the Australian presenters were ignorant of basic history and the contributions of Greece to the event for which they were in fact broadcasting”, says the President of the Greek Community of Melbourne. “It was incumbent upon us to Immediately write to Channel 7, seeking a retraction and an apology”, he says. Addressed to the  Executive Chairman of Seven Network Limited, Kerry Stokes, the letter reads as follows: last_img read more

  • Ridgefield fills police chief vacancy

    first_imgThe Ridgefield Police Department has a new permanent chief. John Brooks will take charge of the department starting Oct. 3, replacing Garry Lucas, interim chief since May 20.Lucas, formerly Clark County’s sheriff, was named interim chief after Carrie Greene retired.“My first priority will be to meet and establish relationships with the citizens of Ridgefield, local businesses, neighborhood groups, the men and women delivering service, and other area leaders with a desire for a safe community and a government leadership worthy of trust,” Brooks said in a release from the city.Brooks was a captain with the Portland Police Bureau, where he worked for 25 years. He earned a degree from Washington State University and graduated from the FBI National Academy. He has been a Clark County resident for 15 years.According to the city’s release, a reception will be held sometime in October for citizens to meet Brooks. City Manager Steve Stuart said Brooks is the right choice for the city.“He has a solid law enforcement background, a high-energy engaged and collaborative leadership style and the vision to plan for the future needs of our growing city while maintaining high levels of service,” Stuart said in the release.last_img read more

  • Senate averts shutdown fears fights over nominees

    first_imgWASHINGTON — Their power ebbing, Senate Democrats launched a last-minute drive Saturday to confirm roughly 20 of President Barack Obama’s nominees, and several Republicans blamed tea party-backed Texas Sen. Ted Cruz for creating an opening for the outgoing majority party to exploit.Lawmakers took a break in their intrigue long enough to send Obama legislation that provides funds for the government to remain open until Wednesday at midnight, easing concerns of a shutdown. A separate, $1.1 trillion long-term funding bill remained in limbo.Republicans tried to slow the nomination proceedings, but several voiced unhappiness with Cruz, a potential presidential candidate in 2016. One likened his actions to his role in precipitating a 16-day partial government shutdown more than a year ago.“I’ve seen this movie before, and I wouldn’t pay money to see it again,” Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., said between seemingly endless roll calls.Cruz blamed the Democrats’ leader, Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada, saying his “last act as majority leader is to, once again, act as an enabler” for the president by blocking a vote on Obama’s policy that envisions work visas for an estimated 5 million immigrants living in the country illegally.last_img read more

  • Fintech gains its own space at G2E Asia 2019

    first_img JW Marriott at Galaxy Macau named venue and Galaxy Entertainment Group named Venue Sponsor for 2019 Asian Gaming Power 50 Black Tie Gala Dinner Financial Technology Asia is the name of a brand new segment at G2E Asia 2019 aimed at showcasing the latest blockchain technologies and its applications for the financial sector in relation to the gaming industry, it was revealed at a press conference on Tuesday.This segment will feature themes including blockchain technologies for gaming and lottery as well as innovations in payments and cybersecurity and is primarily targeted at visitors including casino operators, gaming platform operators, banking and financial institutions, funding and venture capitalists and fintech system integrators. Financial Technology Asia intends to serve as a networking platform linking visitors to exhibitors providing blockchain solutions.The organizers are expecting to gather around 30 exhibitors from this Financial Technology Asia segment, according to Vera Ng, Project Director at G2E Asia co-organizer Reed Exhibitions Ltd.G2E Asia has partnered with Blockchain Labs Co – a company based in Hong Kong offering one-stop solutions and services for the blockchain and digital currency industries – to create the segmentJack Liao, Chief Executive Officer of Blockchain Labs, reviewed the evolution of fintech technology and its application to different sectors during the press conference and remarked on the massive possibilities it offers to a wide range of industries.The gaming sector has been showing interest in the application of blockchain technologies for some time and the presence of a forum centered on this subject reflects its increasing importance, Liao said.“G2E Asia’s new coverage of the financial aspects of cybersecurity directly responds to market needs, while providing financial technology and business solutions for the whole gaming and entertainment industry,” said Josephine Lee, COO of Reed Exhibitions.G2E Asia 2019 will be held at The Venetian Macao between 21 and 23 May. Macau GGR tumbles 8.6% in August Load More RelatedPosts Galaxy offers first glimpse of new Galaxy Macau convention center ahead of 2021 launchlast_img read more

  • Bal Harbour Police chief laid to rest in Hialeah

    first_imgHIALEAH, FLA. (WSVN) – A community came together to bid a final farewell to a Bal Harbour police chief who lost his battle with cancer.Bal Harbour Police Chief Miguel De La Rosa was laid to rest Wednesday morning, and a mass was held in his honor at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, in Hialeah.De La Rosa began his three-decade law enforcement career in Hialeah and was appointed Chief of the Bal Harbour Police Department in 2017.He lost his battle with cancer, Sunday. He was 49 years old.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

  • 11 New Years Resolutions for Our Favorite Characters

    first_img Hopefully we’ve all slept off our New Year’s Eve festivities and are back to work (or whatever), ready to make 2019 a better year than the intense hellscape of 2018. But one of the most important elements of the year-changing holiday is the New Year’s resolution, where we make promises that we really intend to keep about making our lives better, from diet and exercise to not being so mean on Twitter. But New Year’s resolutions aren’t just for us flesh and blood humans — fictional characters can stand to make them as well. We put on our imagination hats to advise eleven of our favorites on changes to make in 2019.Lara CroftOne of the most thought-provoking stories in video games last year came in Shadow Of The Tomb Raider, Square Enix’s latest installment in the Lara Croft legacy. The game saw a young Croft in South America working to stave off an apocalyptic event that her own amoral archaeology was responsible for unleashing. As we become more aware of the impact of plundering other countries’ cultural treasures, it might be time for Lara to get some career counseling. Surely there’s a job out there for her that can use her significant skills in wall climbing and dual pistol wielding without being a glorified grave robber? It’s not like she needs the money, right?AdChoices广告BatmanDC’s dark knight had a pretty bizarre 2018, from his aborted nuptials with Catwoman to his epic battle with a Jokerized alternate version of himself in Dark Knights: Metal. As the year turns over, he’s caught up in another struggle with arch-nemesis Bane that’s driving him to the brink of madness. So for Bruce Wayne, 2019 needs to be the year of self-care. Dial back on the drama a little bit and give yourself a chance to breathe. Maybe let the fifty different orphan kids that have been Robin do some of the heavy lifting and just chill in the Batcave with a cup of chamomile tea for a while. Gotham will be fine. Well, not “fine” exactly, but no worse than it already is.Kylo RenThe second Star Wars movie didn’t make Kylo Ren look all that great, as he both murdered his Supreme Leader and then got bamboozled by a spectral Luke Skywalker while pursuing revenge. He’s scheduled to return in Episode IX in 2019, and while we’re not foolish enough to advise him away from his collision course with Rey – there’d be no movie otherwise – one little piece of advice for the Sith lord we’d give is get some sunshine. Not only was the scene in which Ren took his shirt off to reveal a pale white rectangle of a torso extremely memeable, a lack of Vitamin D from the sun can contribute to depression and mood disorders. Hang out on Tatooine for a bit and catch some rays, buddy. It’ll do you good.DanteA new entry in the Devil May Cry series, returned to its roots after the badly-received Western reboot of 2013. The half-demon hunter is back to the traditional gray hair and over-the-top attitude, but will that be enough to bring him back in 2019? Our advice for the demon slayer is to embrace minimalism. Seriously, it has to be incredibly exhausting to remember all the special moves for the guy’s guns, swords, electric guitars and other weapons, let alone keeping them all clean and in good working order. Maybe calling a clutter consultant could help him organize his life more efficiently.Sabrina SpellmanNetflix’s edgy adaptation of the Archie comic universe’s resident witch was one of the streaming service’s biggest hits and most controversial offerings, with both devout Christians and grumpy satanists mad at it for different reasons. The second half of the first season is set to drop this year, and our advice to Sabrina is to get a good lawyer. Sure, Netflix handled the Satanic Temple’s lawsuit over the Baphomet statue, but she’s going to have to deal with the repercussions of signing her name in the Book of the Beast and pledging her soul to the Dark Master. Any decent attorney will point out that a minor under 18 can’t be held legally responsible in a contract situation.ThanosThe climax of Avengers: Infinity War managed to both be expected and shocking, as Thanos snapped his gauntleted fingers and instantly eradicated half of all life in the universe. In the film, his motivations are explained as wanting to cure universal overpopulation and resource scarcity, so for 2019 the big purple dummy’s resolution should be to take a basic economics class. Instead of resorting to mass murder with his theoretically unlimited powers, Thanos could have just made more resources and inhabitable planets, or doubled the size of the universe. It’s time to think outside of the box, dude.KratosThe protagonist of the God of War series underwent a pretty big evolution in 2018, from a snarling badass who banged background women for health orbs to a complex (and bearded) father trying to come to terms with his violent past. We hope that 2019 will be equally transformative for Kratos, and in service of that goal our resolution for him is to continue to deepen his relationship with son Atreus by taking a family vacation. The last time the duo hit the road together it was a blood-soaked rampage through the Norse lands, so why not go a little more traditional in 2019 with something like Disneyland? Leave the axe at home and eat a churro or something. Your boy will thank you for it.Wonder WomanAfter the dire slog that was Justice League and the candy-colored mess that was Aquaman, it’s easy to forget that Patty Jenkins’ 2017 Wonder Woman actually showed that a classic DC superhero movie can play it straight, embrace the mythology and still be good. So our advice for the Amazon princess with the bulletproof wrists in 2019 is simple: get some new friends. It’s time to kick the brooding bat-guy to the curb, forget about the League and start running with some heroes who can keep things light and fun while still getting the job done. That Shazam kid looks like he might be cool.Rick SanchezThe wild-haired scientist protagonist of Rick and Morty took the entire year of 2018 off, with not a single new episode aired. The show’s supposed to come back near the end of 2019, and we hope that he’s using the time off to check into rehab. The relentless alcohol abuse is the most boring aspect of the super-genius sociopath’s personality, and let’s be frank: there are untold comedic depths to plumb with a Rick not addled by the demon whiskey and forced to soberly wrestle with the vileness of his actions. So this is sort of a selfish resolution for our benefit as well, but we’re sure his liver will thank us.Daenerys TargaryenThe final season of Game of Thrones drops in 2019, and the Mother of Dragons ended the last one with a pretty terrible decision: boning her nephew Jon Snow. Of course, keeping track of all of the complex family interactions on the show is part of the challenge, but that doesn’t excuse incest. So for Dany, once all of the nonsense with the Night King is over and somebody’s butt is on the Iron Throne her resolution should be to get a 23andme DNA test. If you’re going to be sleeping around the Seven Kingdoms, it might be a good idea to do a little due diligence beforehand just to avoid any embarrassing situations at Thanksgiving.DeadpoolThe Merc with a Mouth had a very good 2018, but there’s always room for improvement. While we’re not willing to suggest that Wade Wilson up his firearms skills, one thing that might make him more tolerable is to head down to his local UCB franchise and take an improv class. Sure, busting out one-liners and breaking the fourth wall during heated battles can be fun and all, but he’s getting a bad reputation for stepping all over his allies. With a little more discipline, Deadpool can find himself a valued member of a collaborative troupe as opposed to the guy who hogs all the laughs. It’s 2019, time for a kinder, gentler sociopathic unkillable murderer for hire.More on Geek.com:New ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 Trailer Will Chill You to the Bone11 Coolest Toys of 2018Year in Photos: Best Science, Tech, and News Images of 2018 ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Director Explains Thanos’ Faceoff With Captain America‘Marvels’ Expands Marvel’s Podcast Universe Stay on targetlast_img read more

  • Lieflat seats to be offered on lowcost AirAsia

    first_imgAirAsia has just announced that it will be introducing a brand new lie-flat bed to its long-haul planes, as it moves to aggressively improve its premium offering in an attempt to grab market-share of the re-emerging corporate market.The new flatbeds will be implemented in AirAsia’s long haul fleet under the AirAsia X brand, and offer standard business class specifications of 20” width and 60” pitch.“Both business and leisure travellers can now treat themselves to the luxury and comfort of our new premium seats and still enjoy great savings,” said Azran Osman-Rani, AirAsia X CEO.“We concede that the old seats were neither suitable nor comfortable for long-haul flights. But true to AirAsia tradition, we change and adapt.”To be rolled out progressively on its Airbus A330s and A340s, AirAsia X will lower the amount of seats on offer in its Premium class from 28 to 12 and 30 to 18 respectively.Melbourne, Gold Coast, Perth, Taipei, Hangzhou, Tianjin, Chengdu, London, Mumbai and New Delhi will all receive the new product after the roll-out is completed. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: W.X AirAsiaX Lie Flat Seatslast_img read more

  • Demand strong for Airbus singleaisle aircraft

    first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: C.C Airbus is set to increase its monthly production rate of its A320 Family aircraft following continued strong demand, according to a report. Production of the A320 will be boosted to 38 aircraft per month in August 2011 and to 40 per month during the first quarter of 2012, Reliable Plant website reported. Airbus currently produces 34 A320 Family aircraft per month which will rise to 36 in December 2010.At the recent Farnborough International Airshow, the popularity of the single-aisle aircraft – noted for its eco-efficiency – prompted a commitment by Airbus to produce another 206 aircraft. Airbus is now faced with a record backlog in excess of 2,200 A320 Family aircraft. “The recent Farnborough International Airshow, where Airbus garnered orders worth US$28 billion in total and the leasing companies made a strong return to the market, was clear evidence of a strong and positive trend towards recovery,” Executive Vice President Programmes, Tom Williams said. “Increased demand for the aircraft and a healthy backlog lead us to decide to further ramp up our production rate to 40 aircraft per month by 2012.” A delivery record has recently been set by Airbus, with 420 A320 Family aircraft produced in 2009, and another record likely to be set in 2010 with 250 aircraft already delivered by the end of June.The Airbus A320 Family aircraft is the world’s best-selling commercial jetliner in history, with 6,500 having been sold to date. <a href=”http://www.etbtravelnews.global/click/280c4/” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://adsvr.travelads.biz/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=10&amp;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a>last_img read more

  • Gyeongjus renaissance sees cultural renovation

    first_imgOnce a tourist favourite, Korea’s Gyeongju is going through a tourism renaissance thanks to concerted efforts to promote the destination and an addition the region’s UNESCO-listed heritage.At a recent gala event in Gyeongju, international delegates of the Korea Tourism Supporter’s Network (KTSN), foreign ambassadors in Korea and Korean Tourism Office (KTO) representatives met to discuss the beauty and richness of Gyeongju culture, people and surrounds.Calling on the gala’s 1,000 guests to help put Gyeongju on the world’s tourism maps, KTO president Charm Lee said, “We want to make Gyeongju one of the places you have to see before you die”. “Gyeongju is a gemstone, but we have to set the jewel for everyone to see it properly.” Gyeongju mayor Yank Sik Choi opened the dinner, extending his “deepest gratitude” to those that had travelled from far and wide to support the region.“I hope you all take home memories that extend beyond our warm welcome to you,” Mr Choi said.“I believe that the many experts gathered here will lead us in the right direction and I believe Gyeongju will turn into a more beautiful place.”Home to the country’s most visited temples, stunning natural beauty and a rich living history, Mr Choi said that while Gyeongju “can only show what is seen and hear what is heard”, tourists to the region can journey both into the spiritual realms as well as the historic, seeing and hearing things beyond the evident.Stay tuned to for e-Travel Blackboard’s special Gyeongju Featured Destination Source = e-Travel Blackboard: G.Alast_img read more

  • Every day we at ArizonaSportscom ask our readers

    first_imgEvery day, we at ArizonaSports.com ask our readers a question. It’s the Sanderson Ford Poll Question of the Day, and it can be found midway down the right side of our home page.The most recent question was, “What Arizona sports-related gift would you like to receive most?”The choices were a playoff berth for the Cardinals, a Holiday Bowl victory for the Sun Devils, a new ace for the D-backs, the Suns to reach the postseason, a healthy Shane Doan for the Coyotes and “other.” The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories A total of 925 votes were submitted, with the vast majority going to a playoff berth for the Cardinals, which earned 628, or 68 percent. The next highest total belonged to a new ace for the D-backs, which was followed by a win for the Devils and a healthy captain for the Coyotes.As for the Cardinals, we’ll have to wait for Sunday to know if that gift will be given. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retirescenter_img Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

  • Eric Peterson to reprise Street Legal role — min

    first_imgEric Peterson to reprise ‘Street Legal’ role — minus the ‘big hair’ this time TORONTO – Actor Eric Peterson is ready to take on the Canadian courtroom again on “Street Legal,” only this time he’s swapping his suits and ties for robes.CBC-TV announced Wednesday that the “Corner Gas” star will reprise his “Street Legal” role of Leon Robinovitch on an upcoming reboot of the Canadian courtroom drama. Original cast member Anthony Sherwood, who played prosecutor Dillon Beck, will also return.On the original series, which ran from 1987 to 1994, Leon was an immigration lawyer at a Toronto firm. Now, he’s a judge.“My virtual legal career has been astounding,” Peterson, 71, said in a phone interview.“I was a judge on ‘This is Wonderland’ and now I’m a judge on ‘Street Legal.’ I think it comes with the age.”Six new episodes of the popular Gemini Award-winning series are set to premiere on the public broadcaster this winter, with the story taking place 25 years after the original series.Original cast member Cynthia Dale will reprise her role as Olivia Novak, who now works at a boutique firm after the elite one she was at disbanded.New cast members include Cara Ricketts, Steve Lund, and Yvonne Chapman as the next generation of lawyers.Peterson said he’s excited Canada will once again have a legal drama added to the tide of American ones to showcase how our judicial system works.“You ask people here and they want to bang the gavel and say ‘Order, order.’ We don’t even have a gavel here,” Peterson said.“It’s nice to have television that we’re proud of, like to watch, that is about us, specifically.”Peterson said it will feature contemporary storylines, using the structure of one case for the whole season, with Dale “as the conduit and the continuity.”“It’s contemporary too that the … source of expertise, of experience, is a woman,” Peterson said. “So that’s a shift that I think is long overdue, and it’s nice to see in this series too, where women are the leaders and not just the followers.”Peterson’s character will appear in the final two episodes and will be portrayed as compassionate judge.“He was the leftie in the firm,” Peterson said. “The picture on his office wall was Tommy Douglas. He was always fighting for the little guy, the good guy, the good cause against power and might and all that stuff.”Peterson said when he first heard of the “Street Legal” reboot, he “was incredibly enthusiastic” about it.—The original show took him to a new level of fame, after his starring role in the play “Billy Bishop Goes to War,” and he found himself suddenly being recognized in the streets.“The other thing which interested me was it was Canadian,” Peterson said.“It was being watched by over a million people every week and it continued to be. People would put aside their Friday night to watch it as if they were watching it live.”Peterson has returned to several of the same projects over the years, including “Billy Bishop Goes to War” and “Corner Gas,” which is now an animated series featuring his voice.“It gives me a sense that we do have our own cultural story here that goes on,” he said.“I have a bunch of old ‘Street Legal’ hats and jackets that I’m sure will be worth a fortune on eBay or wherever you sell this stuff. I was looking at pictures of us, my God we were young, and did we ever have big hair.“I have a hard time having the big hair this time — I’m lucky to have any hair.” Actor Eric Peterson poses for a photograph during the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Wednesday Sept. 14, 2011. Actor Eric Peterson is ready to take on the Canadian courtroom again on “Street Legal,” only this time he’s swapping his suits and ties for robes. CBC-TV announced Wednesday that the “Corner Gas” star will reprise his “Street Legal” role of Leon Robinovitch on an upcoming reboot of the Canadian courtroom drama.THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Aaron Vincent Elkaim center_img by Victoria Ahearn, The Canadian Press Posted Sep 12, 2018 6:02 am PDT Last Updated Sep 12, 2018 at 6:40 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more

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