More people have overdosed in Vancouver so far this year compared to

first_imgVANCOUVER – More people have fatally overdosed in Vancouver so far this year compared with the total number of illicit-drug deaths for all of 2016, the city says.It says 232 overdose deaths have been recorded since the beginning of the year. The BC Coroners Service reported 231 fatalities for Vancouver last year, many involving the opioid painkiller fentanyl.The numbers suggest more than 400 deaths are anticipated by the end of the year, the city said in a news release Monday.Mayor Gregor Robertson called the rising number of overdose deaths “horrendous and absolutely heartbreaking” and said the city will work with the new provincial government and pour its resource into tackling the issue.First responders have handled an average of 135 overdose calls a week this year, he said.“We can’t be complacent and let the number of deaths from this public health crisis be the new normal,” Robertson said.Decriminalization of illicit drugs and expansion of injectable treatment options, such as medical-grade heroin, must be explored, he said, echoing a report issued last week by the BC Centre for Disease Control.Injectable heroin is available for a limited number of people at one Vancouver clinic, the only one of its kind in North America, and health officials have said stigma against illicit-substance users has stalled the expansion of the program.Robertson also wants more supportive housing for drug users and an increase in the number of overdose prevention sites so staff or volunteers can provide the overdose-reversing medication naloxone when someone overdoses.The coroner’s service reported 780 deaths provincewide by the end of June, suggesting this year’s overdose fatalities will far exceed the nearly 1,000 deaths in 2016.It said cocaine, fentanyl, heroin and methamphetamine were the top four drugs involved in overdose fatalities in 2015 and 2016.In April 2016, the provincial medical health officer declared a public health emergency over the high number of overdose deaths and said it will remain in place for as long as necessary.last_img read more



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7 big recent wins for Canadian music artists

first_img(L-R): Gord Downie and Céline Dion. (Getty Images) Twitter Login/Register With: Alessia Cara wins Grammy for best new artist at the 60th annual Grammy awards. (Photo by John Paul Filo/CBS via Getty Images) Here are seven of the biggest recent wins for Canadian musicians.Alessia Cara Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment center_img Advertisement Advertisement Brampton’s Alessia Cara is the first Canadian-born performer to win best new artist at the Grammys. She accepted the award at the 2018 Grammy Awards ceremony — which was the first Grammy of her career — saying that she’s been “pretend winning” Grammys in the shower since she was a kid. The 21-year-old singer encouraged people to “support real music and real artists,” and added that “everyone deserves the same shot.” —KS Advertisement There’s so many major accomplishments coming from Canadian artists, it’s hard to narrow down only a few.Musically, we’ve always been a country that has a lot on offer, and at any given time there are numerous Canadian artists that have been able to break records on the music charts. Canadian icons like Céline Dion and the late Gord Downie have had monumental careers, with plenty of accolades to their names.Newer names in the music industry, like Alessia Cara and Shawn Mendes, are also breaking barriers for Canadian music.last_img read more



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International tourism climbed 10 per cent in 2004 UN agency says

“We are confident that the tourism sector is back on the right track after three difficult years and, though still in commotion over the tragic events in Asia, the tourism sector will surely show again its extraordinary resilience and its ability to overcome difficulties by making an important contribution to the quick recovery of the affected countries,” WTO Secretary-General Francesco Frangialli said in Phuket, Thailand, a tourist destination that was devastated by the 26 December tsunami.”The recovery of the world economy, and in particular of the economies of important American and European generating markets, strongly contributed to the very good results obtained in 2004,” the WTO said.Fears that oil prices would have a negative impact on consumer travel decreased over the year when it turned out that increased costs were being absorbed by the dynamism of the world economy and seemed not to have affected consumer confidence, it said.The increase varied from region to region, ranging from 4 per cent for Europe, to 7 per cent for Africa, including the North African sub-region; 10 per cent for the Americas and 29 per cent for Asia and the Pacific as the area rebounded from the blow of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), the WTO said. The growth rate for the Middle East, which included Egypt, was 21 per cent.The outstanding results for Asia and the Pacific were the backdrop for the “Phuket Action Plan,” which identified tourism destinations in tsunami-affected Sri Lanka, the Maldives, Thailand and Indonesia for particular assistance.”Our aim is to ensure that the tourism sector in these four countries emerges from this disaster stronger and more resilient than before, with more environmentally friendly systems, more civil society involvement in the tourism industry and more revenues from tourism remaining in the local community,” according to the Plan. read more



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Walmart Canada to no longer accept Visa cards at its 16 Manitoba

Walmart Canada to no longer accept Visa cards at its 16 Manitoba stores by Linda Nguyen, The Canadian Press Posted Sep 15, 2016 5:00 am MDT Last Updated Sep 15, 2016 at 1:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Signage at a Laval, Que., Walmart store is seen on Tuesday, May 3, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz TORONTO – Walmart Canada continued its battle with Visa over merchant fees Thursday, with an announcement that it will no longer accept the popular credit card at any of its Manitoba stores starting next month.The U.S.-based retail giant said the change will come into effect at all 16 locations in the province as of Oct. 24. Customers will still be able to pay for purchases with cash, debit, MasterCard and American Express cards.Walmart pledged in June that it would stop accepting Visa at its more than 400 Canadian stores, arguing that it unfairly pays more than $100 million annually in credit card fees.Three Thunder Bay, Ont., stores were the first locations to drop the credit card on July 18.Walmart spokesman Alex Roberton said it decided to continue the phase-out in Manitoba after seeing the small impact it made in Thunder Bay.“There has been no surprises. Reaction from customers has been better than expected,” he said, noting that the Visa ban in Manitoba Walmarts will involve retraining cashiers and reprogramming payment equipment.Roberton said the retailer is singling out Visa because its fees are higher than its rivals, refuting the idea that the decision is due to attempts to promote the usage of Walmart’s own branded MasterCard.“The reason why we’re doing it is because the fees are too high,” he said. “Visa is the company we’re dealing with right now.”When asked whether Walmart has plans to ban any other credit cards from its stores, he replied that he wasn’t going to speculate on what the company will do in the future.Visa, the country’s largest credit card firm, declined a request for an interview but said in a statement that Walmart’s decision to drop Visa at more store locations was “disappointing.”“We know from our experience in Thunder Bay that consumers want the option to use the payment method of their choice when shopping — including at Walmart stores,” said spokeswoman Carla Hindman in an email.Previously, Visa had said it had offered Walmart one of the lowest rates for any merchant in the country but the retailer wanted more. If it had given in, Walmart’s merchant fees would have been lower than those charged to local grocery markets, pharmacies, convenience stores, charities and schools.According to consumer finance industry newsletter Nilson Report, Visa accounts for 56 per cent of credit card transactions globally in 2015, with MasterCard behind at 26 per cent.Credit card companies generally charge retailers between one per cent to 2.5 per cent of the cost of purchases in merchant fees. The fees can vary depending on the type of card a customer is using, with cash-back and points cards racking up the largest fees.The Retail Council of Canada, which represents businesses including Walmart, said Visa and MasterCard have lowered their merchant fees to an average of 1.5 per cent.Even so, it said that is not low enough compared to what the companies charge retailers in other countries.“Our opinion is that credit card fees are grossly inflated in Canada when compared to most of the rest of the world,” said Retail Council spokesman Karl Littler. “Let’s be clear — 1.5 per cent is nowhere near low enough.”Littler noted that credit cards companies charge merchants fees of 0.28 per cent in France, 0.3 per cent in the U.K. and 0.99 per cent in Israel. But in the U.S., he said rates are comparable to Canada.The council said it continues to call on Ottawa to intervene to mandate lower fees for all merchants.“There’s an obligation for the government to step in and deal with those fees, whether through regulation or the necessary application of moral suasion,” said Littler. “Our point is that they need to come down.”The federal government says it is continuing to look into the matter.Follow @LindaNguyenTO on Twitter. read more



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“It is vital for the people living with this situation that every opportunity is taken to protect and assist them and to promote peace,” said Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator Kyung-wha Kang in Bogota, wrapping up her four-day mission to Colombia.She noted that since peace discussions began in November 2012 between the Government of President Juan Manuel Santos and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), every month an estimated 14,000 people have been forcibly displaced and hundreds have been killed or injured by anti-personnel mines and other improvised explosive devices. “I hope that peace efforts by the Colombian people and their leaders can lead to the end of the conflict and pave the way for a lasting peace and reconciliation, with the participation of all sectors of society,” said Ms. Kang, adding that the eventual signing of a peace accord will not mean the end of violence for all Colombians.Drug cultivation and trafficking have helped to fuel the conflict in Colombia, which is one of the world’s largest producers of coca, along with Bolivia and Peru. Cultivation fell by a quarter in 2012, according to figures presented last August by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the Government, but cultivation often resumes in new or previously cleared fields.The country is also vulnerable to natural disasters, such as flooding in 2010 which impacted 1.5 million people, and disasters related to environmental degradation, which are particularly harsh on communities affected by the armed conflict, where there are high poverty rates and limited access to basic services.Among these, the Nasa indigenous communities in the town of Toribío in the north-eastern Cauca region, with whom Ms. Kang met during the visit. “The people I met told me they want peace so they can live their lives without fear,” she stated.She noted that there are gaps in aid, especially in the areas that are difficult to access and where local government capacity is limited. “The international humanitarian community is here to provide protection, to strengthen capacity and to assist in filling critical gaps,” stressed Ms. Kang. “National and international humanitarian support for those in need will remain a priority.” read more



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Female Superintendent is 2017s Best Cop

After serving in the Guyana Police Force for 28 years, Superintendent Charmaine Stuart was awarded Best Cop this year, at the Force’s annual Christmas Awards Ceremony held at the Tactical Service Unit, Drill Square, Eve Leary.2017 Best Cop, Superintendent Charmaine StuartThe annual Christmas Awards ceremony began in 1990 and serves to honour outstanding ranks who have done well over the year.Stuart who is currently serving as the Band Master was awarded a plaque, $250,000 and trips to Aruba, Kaieteur Falls and Arrow Point compliments of the Roraima Group of companies.Sergeant Gavin Boyce of ‘A’ Division was adjudged runner-up Best Cop.Those awarded were commended by Acting Police Commissioner, David Ramnarine and charged to keep improving their service to the nation.“To whom much is given much is expected, much is required, we have received, are receiving much-needed capacity building in human and material resources. We have to deliver, we cannot expect anything less. We can deliver and must deliver improved performances; that our quality of service improves and that our complaints, in particular, reduce and unprofessional conduct needs to be dealt with condignly and it has to reduce.”Commissioner Ramnarine also outlined the successes of the various divisions of the force over the past year. He noted that currently, crime is down by ten percent as compared to last year.Top Brass of the GPF pose with this year’s awardees.He, however, noted that the “percentage of murder remains very high at 72 per cent, probably one of the highest in the Caribbean” but that the investigative skills of the Force continue to improve. “We continue to solve serious crimes within hours and days, not weeks and months like before,” he noted.According to the Acting Police Commissioner, 28 high profiled crimes were solved this year murder amounting to 21, robbery under arms three and one kidnapping, “which you know was not really a kidnapping,” Ramnarine said.Prizes amounting to $17.9M were expended by the Force as remuneration to some 2106 officers and ranks from the various divisions for their exceptional performances, this year. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related36-Y-0 Deputy Superintendent named best Police Officer for 2015December 16, 2015In “Business”Detective Sergeant Rodwell Sarabo adjudged Best Cop for 2018December 20, 2018In “Crime”GPF awards $18M in prizes to outstanding ranksDecember 22, 2016In “Local News” read more



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Super flu shots introduced for 2016

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram As we march well into autumn, the 2016 flu season has officially started and a new, stronger ‘supershot’ has been introduced, after last year’s record of influenza cases. Each year, the Federal Department of Health issues an official recommendation that everyone from the age of six months should be vaccinated, offering free shots to those who face a high risk from influenza and its complications.These include children aged under three years old, people aged 65 years and older, pregnant women, children on long-term aspirin therapy, those with a medical condition (such as heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease, asthma, respiratory disease, immunosuppression, lung disease, chronic neurological conditions etc.), as well as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders aged 15 years or older, who are more prone to the virus. For the first time, the publicly-funded vaccine program will offer the quadrivalent flu vaccine (QIV), which protects against four instead of three strains of flu, expanding its effectiveness to include the Brisbane and Phuket strains of influenza, after last year’s record flu cases. “There were 90,000 reported flu cases in 2015, that’s 25,000 higher than the previous record, so we know that more people are getting the flu,” Federal Health Minister Sussan Ley stated, stressing that the government works closely with vaccine producers to ensure their product meets the constantly-changing protection needs. Flu strains are termed ‘A’ (H1 and H3) or ‘B’. Among last winter’s laboratory-confirmed influenza reported cases, 60 per cent were B viruses, which urged the government to shift from the vaccine used for decades in Australia, the trivalent vaccine (TIV), that protects against three strains of the virus, two A strains and one B strain. This year’s government flu immunisation is a quadrivalent that includes an additional B strain known as the Brisbane strain, alongside the Phuket (B), Hong Kong (A) and California (A) strains (strains are named for the locations in which they were first isolated).This new ‘super-shot’ is on the National Immunisation Program and has been granted with more than $40 million in funding, in order to be delivered to vulnerable Australians. Influenza is responsible for 1,500 to 3,500 deaths in Australia each year, either from direct viral effects (such as viral pneumonia) or from complications such as bacterial pneumonia and other secondary bacterial infections. During vaccination, a small amount of inactivated virus is introduced to the human body, which reacts to the components of influenza virus in the mix (which is why some short-lived symptoms of flu might appear after the shot). Vaccinations are recommended from now onwards, with peak flu season usually falling in July-August.last_img read more



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Le lancement de la fusée Antarès dOrbital Sciences retardé

first_imgLe lancement de la fusée Antarès d’Orbital Sciences retardé La société américaine Orbital Sciences devait voir décoller hier sa première fusée Antarès. Un problème technique l’a finalement clouée au sol et une nouvelle tentative devrait avoir lieu dans les prochaines 48 heures.La société américaine Orbital Sciences, sélectionnée par l’Agence spatiale américaine pour ravitailler la Station spatiale internationale (ISS), a vu le vol inaugural de sa fusée Antarès empêché. En effet, dix minutes avant le décollage prévu hier, “la séparation prématurée de tuyaux reliant le pas de tir au second étage” de la fusée a dû inter rompre le lancement. La Nasa indique toutefois qu’une nouvelle tentative devrait avoir lieu dans les 48 heures depuis le centre Wallops, situé sur une île près de la côte ouest des États-Unis.Si le prochain décollage a bien lieu, il placera pour la première fois sur orbite la fusée Antarès à 250 km, une altitude qui sera atteinte dix minutes après le lancement. En cas de succès, Orbital Sciences envisage de procéder, d’ici à trois mois, à un vol de démonstration vers l’ISS en embarquant cette fois le cargo ravitailleur Cygnus, rapporte lefigaro.fr. Le vaisseau pesant près de 6 tonnes (dont environ 2,5 tonne de fret) effectuera sa première livraison de nourriture, d’eau, de matériel, de carburant, d’habits, etc. d’ici la fin de l’année.Un lancement capital entre fonds privés et publiques “Nous voyons ce lancement comme une étape cruciale pour démontrer ce qui peut être accompli dans le cadre d’un partenariat entre l’industrie privée et le gouvernement fédéral”, a souligné Michael Pinkston, responsable du programme Antares de la société Orbital Sciences. La Nasa fait en effet profiter les partenaires privés de tout son savoir-faire et de son expertise afin “d’assurer un accès sûr et économique à l’espace, à l’orbite basse et particulièrement à l’ISS”, comme l’a expliqué Alan Lindenmoyer, patron du programme pour le transport commercial de fret et de personnes.À lire aussiBoisson, météorite et Facebook, les actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 5 septembreLe contrat qui a été conclu entre la Nasa et Orbital Sciences Corporation est de 1,9 milliards de dollars et il devrait, d’ici début 2016, permettre la livraison d’au moins 20 tonnes de fret à l’ISS au cours de huit vols de Cygnus. Après un mois d’amarrage, une fois rempli de déchets, Cygnus sera relargué dans l’espace et se désintégrera dans la haute atmosphère (contrairement à la capsule Dragon de SpaceX qui prévoit à chaque fois de ramener Cygnus à terre pour le réutiliser).Le 18 avril 2013 à 12:56 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more



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Northern Command Raises Security Level at US Installations

first_imgU.S. Northern Command has elevated the force protection level for all DOD facilities in the continental United States, due to a general environment of heightened threats rather than to a specific threat, a Pentagon spokesman said Friday.Northcom raised the force protection level at DOD facilities from Alpha to Bravo, indicating an increased or more predictable threat of terrorist activity, said Army Col. Steve Warren.For installations, the elevated force protection level means more comprehensive checking of those entering facilities, heightened awareness of personnel at the facilities, and in some circumstances, more security personnel on duty at the facilities, reported DOD News.“As far as what the American public can expect to see,” Warren said, “broadly speaking there won’t be a change, but in specific areas there could be longer lines as personnel enter posts, camps and stations around the nation, [and this] could have traffic implications.”At Northcom in Colorado Springs, spokesman Air Force Master Sgt. Chuck Marsh said that raising the security baseline “was a prudent measure to remind installation commanders at all levels within our area of responsibility to ensure increased vigilance in safeguarding our DOD personnel, installations and facilities.”“This is the new normal,” Marsh said, “so we’re going to be doing random security [protection] measures … to be able to best execute the safety and security of our people and our facilities.”Raising the force protection condition to Bravo will apply to the Pentagon as well, Warren said. Dan Cohen AUTHORlast_img read more



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Stowaway falls from Kenyan plane flying over London found dead in residential

first_imgKenya Airways flight.ReutersA body of a man suspected to be a stowaway was found in a London garden on Sunday. It is believed that the man fell from a plane heading to Heathrow Airport.London’s Metropolitan Police investigation confirmed that the man fell from a landing gear compartment of a Kenya Airways flight from Nairobi. After the plane landed, a bag, water and some food were found in the landing gear area of the aircraft.It is reported that that body of the individual fell few metres away from a resident who was sunbathing in the garden.BBC report that that the resident was “shaken” after the witnessing the unfortunate sight.The neighbour of the resident revealed that he saw “blood all over the walls of the garden” after a sound of hitting the ground by force was heard. According to the police statement, the police responded to the call from Offerton Road in the south London neighbourhood of Clapham at 3.39 pm after the resident claimed “a body was discovered in a garden,” CNN reported.Police stated the man is not yet identified and the post-mortem examination will be conducted. The death is also not being treated as suspicious.Kenya Airways said the aircraft was inspected and no damage was reported.Who is a stowaway?A stowaway is an individual who illegally hides in a vehicle (ship, aircraft, train, cargo, truck or bus) in order to avoid paying for the travel.last_img read more



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Indian Pacific reduces services due to competing markets

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T After celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2010, the once popular Australian train has had to cut services early this year.Amidst rival modes of travel, such as low-cost airlines and cruise ships and a diminishing tourism economy, the service will only run once per week beginning March 28, two months earlier in the season than the usual scale back. Owned and operated by Great Southern Railway (GSR), the Indian Pacific runs between Sydney and Perth via Adelaide.The Ghan, another iconic Australian rail service will also limit operations to a weekly service from April 4.The primary threat comes from cruise ships, offering heavily discounted fares and running at low cost, due to international offshore staff award wages.Staff could be next in line to be reduced if interest in the products doesn’t take a dramatic turn.“This is a commercial decision; like we saw Qantas have to do last year. We know it will have an impact on guests, but it is what we need to do for the survival of the industry,” General Manager, Russell Westmoreland said. Tourism group Australia’s Golden Outback Chief Executive Jack Eerbeek said GSR could ensure its future by “freshening up” its “fantastic” product and catering for retiring baby boomers.“While the Indian Pacific has been well maintained, there is nothing new, like an observation deck, or a double-decker train cabin,” Mr Eerbeek said. last_img read more



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Bollywood celebrity Diana Penty unveils the latest campaign Awestralia

first_imgIn order to increase enthusiasm among Indian tourists to take a vacation ‘Down Under’, Tourism Australia along with MakeMyTrip have developed a series of promotional campaign videos termed ‘Awe-stralia’. The project was undertaken in partnership with the Australian State Tourism Offices of Visit Victoria, Destination New South Wales & Tourism and Events Queensland.The videos have been launched on YouTube and have been promoted across MakeMyTrip’s social media platforms, thereby reaching out to a large set of travel enthusiasts. Distinctive itineraries, in line with the themes of the videos, have also been designed for audience.Nishant Kashikar, Country Manager- India & Gulf, Tourism Australia, said, “Visuals are the strongest communicators and the videos created by the MakeMyTrip team are indeed sending out a strong message about Australia as the ideal destination for Indian travel enthusiasts. We are confident that our collaboration will help us reiterate Australia as a preferred holiday destination and encourage the loyal fan base of both MakeMyTrip.com and Diana Penty, to head Down Under this summer.”The videos showcase Bollywood actress Diana Penty visiting iconic attractions while undertaking unique Australian activities and indulging in exceptional food and wine experiences. The videos feature a splendid montage of iconic experiences such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb, visit to the Melbourne Cricket Ground, trip to the Penguin Island, Bondi Beach and the Sydney Harbour Cruise. Diana undertook some soft adventure activities such as the hot air ballooning and jetboating in Gold Coast, and a helicopter ride to view the magnificent 12 Apostles by the Great Ocean Road in Victoria.For the month of December 2016, Australia welcomed 29,500 visitors Indian visitors, recording a growth of 13.5% hereby registering the highest ever visitation in any given month. Total arrivals for the year ended December 2016 stood at 260,000; an increase of 11.3% over the previous year.The Tourism Forecasting Committee (TFC) has predicted 265,000 visitors from India for the July 2016-June 2017 period, a 9.6% increase over 2015-16. Arrivals from India are expected to perform well with an average annual financial year growth rate of 6.4% through to the financial year 2021-22.last_img read more



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first_img Maisie Williams, left, and Sophie Turner attend HBO’s “Game of Thrones” final season premiere at Radio City Music Hall on Wednesday, April 3, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP) NEW YORK — Sophie Turner wore her waterproof mascara. The actress knew there would be a lot of crying.She and the rest of the cast of “Game of Thrones” descended on Radio City Music Hall on Wednesday to bid farewell to the HBO hit show after eight seasons.Says Turner: “I know there’ll be a lot of crying.”The groundbreaking HBO series, based on the popular book series by George R.R. Martin, has had crazy twist, eye-popping turns and a measure of fearlessness, like killing off main characters.Pilou Asbaek, who plays Euron Greyjoy, says fans can expect even more of the show’s trademark unexpected moments in the last few shows.It premieres April 17.John Carucci, The Associated Press Cast says goodbye to groundbreaking HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’ AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by John Carucci, The Associated Press Posted Apr 4, 2019 9:18 am PDTlast_img read more



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who spoke in Lagos State included Itse Sagay (SAN); former Lagos House of Assembly member Babatunde Ogala; the son of the late Chief Gani Fawehinmi,上海贵族宝贝Cathleen, I think it’s something that’s going to have to be a part of our plan of action” said task force member and UND professor Jim Mochoruk “That was a message that I thought I heard very clearly”Staff from UND’s Department of University and Public Relations is taking the information obtained from the meetings and creating easily readable spreadsheets the task force will use to develop the process that will be used to pick a new monikerHundreds of students of Oyo State origin under the platform of Federation of Oyo State Students Union (FOSSU) on Monday alleged that Oyo State Government under the leadership of Senator Abiola Ajimobi has “duped” no fewer than 20000 students from the state in the name of bursary The students made this declaration when they protested against hike in school fees unpaid bursary and persistent strike by lecturers in tertiary institutions owned by the state government on Monday in Ibadan the state capital FOSSU’s National President Azeez Sharafudeen while speaking with journalists during the protest that started at Total Garden and ended at the state Secretariat Agodi Ibadan said that the state government was not ready to pay the bursary yet it “dubiously asked our students to purchase the form online with N1200 per head thereby generating millions of naira” Sharafudeen while speaking further threatened that there will also mass mobilisation if the government fails to attend to their needs within 21 days Read the full statement… Press release from the National Secretariat of the Federation of Oyo State Students’ Union [FOSSU] on Monday 29th of October 2018 over the underfunding of educational sector and perpetual strike actions in all state-owned tertiary institutions and the non-payment of indigenous students bursary/grant Thousands of indigenous students across the country gathered today to protest against bad educational policy in the state unjust skyrocketing of tuitions fee incessant strike action in all state-owned institutions over-crowding of students in lecture rooms imposing of illegal levies on students in the name of generating IGR for state-owned schools semi-privatization of state-owned institutions lack of teaching materials & aids in schools lack of infrastructures in school and failure to fulfill the signed MOU over the payment of students bursary and other issues on education in the state Today thousands of indigenous students in the state have resolved to come out in a well-applauded democratic measure to inform the general public the plight bedevilling the state of education and students’ well-being in the state Today’s commitment has taken a page in the history of the state yes The planned mass demonstration is dedicated to every mind who continued to feel unjust discomfort and not pleased with the provocative circumstances ceaselessly visiting the educational sectors of the state where the human resources and the material values hosting the academic terrain scathe continued to suffer setbacks as the degradation keeps resurfacing in the system Entire students of the state under the leadership of Comrade Azeez Akano stating categorically right from inception into office as National President has been proving to be resolute radical and coordinated wing of students movement This has provided us with enormous opportunity to maintain our cordial affairs with the APC – led government of the state regardless of unwelcoming treatment we continue to receive at our ends It’s considered imperative to inform the members of public society and the international community as the derelict state of education calls for public concerns The government of the state under the leadership of Governor Abiola Ajimobi in recent time as part of its ability to enliven the inclusion of students’ responsibilities in government by charting a template to ensure students enjoy the bursary scheme and scholarship grants but we can say this was only done to defraud unsuspecting numbers of students who applied through online – registration with sum of one thousand two hundred naira [N1200] as processes involved were found to be fraudulent and it was an act to extort students Even from the record 2012 was the last year students’ bursary/grants were included in the budget of the state though was done with series of manipulations and irregularities where bonafide and genuine students of the state who duly registered as a member of FOSSU were unable to appear in the beneficiary list The spinning out of this wicked situation seems to be reflecting in the present consideration giving to the bursary scheme by the state government Education sector bursary scheme and scholarship grant as a major benefit that integrates and includes students into governance has hence facing unfavourable treatment by the state government Recently the umbrella body of all indigenous students of Oyo State FOSSU has rightly raised alarm on the double-standard play out of the state government over its unproductive response which translates into its apparent jettison to implement the signed MOU; the agreement in question was unequivocally made by the government and students body during the roundtable peace-broker meeting held on May 21st 2018 in a bid to avert the planned protest of May 24th 2018 having exhausted all means and mechanism in articulating for the right of entire students The joint Memorandum released stated that 21 days ultimatum was agreed – on in order to provide effective modality at which the said payment will be done and the two bodies shall reconvene for subsequent activities stipulated toward successful actualization of this year bursary scheme We’re addressing the public today as part of the day activities for the massive occupation of the state as other activities will soon be unleashed students of the state have resolved to kick start the mass demonstration until justice is provided and needful is done to the yearnings of the students We’re as well stating categorically that no hanky-panky play on the part of the government shall be entertained and no excuses of financial shortfall shall be condoned What can we say when other states in the region are doing well to put smile on the faces of students Lagos Ogun Ekiti and others are on yearly basis ensuring the implementation of students bursary in the state budget in order to strengthen the fact at hand; Kwara State has recently released the sum of 100M for the payment of students’ bursary FOSSU actions and reasons for going into the protest The leadership of Federation of Oyo State Students Union [FOSSU] National Council has over the year wrote series of letters to the State Government over the closure of LAUTECH and other state-owned institutions with no reasonable actions from the Government FOSSU NATIONAL SOS letters to the Federal Government appealing to intervene on the crises bedevilling LAUTECH and it underfunding FOSSU NATIONAL has sent letter to all Oyo State members at the National Assembly to please lobby National Assembly to intervene on LAUTECH crises which led to the Distinguished Sen Fatai Buhari raised the LAUTECH crises during the plenary and other masses friendly National assembly members also raised at one point or the other FOSSU NATIONAL has from time to time made consultations to ASUU LAUTECH chapter and staff unions of all the state-owned institutions in proffering solutions to the underfunding of the institutions in the state FOSSU NATIONAL has sent SOS letters to the Government on several factors militating against proper functioning of all institutions in the state FOSSU NATIONAL met with the Commissioner of Education on Friday 19th May 2017 where all issues affecting Oyo State institutions were discussed and resolutions of the meeting expected to be implemented but Alas Just few of the resolutions were implemented The general public will recall that the state government in its guise for payment of student’s bursary in 2014 mandated all Oyo state students to purchase an online bursary form of 1200 per applicants Over 20000 Oyo state indigenous students purchased the form amounted to millions of naira The government since 2014 refused to pay the said bursary and never returned student money collected Series of consultations with the Oyo State Scholarship Board and Ministry of Education on why the government did not conclude the bursary payment proof abortive as no tangible excuses were given After failed attempt to persuade the government to pay the said bursary Oyo state students choose to go on protest on may 24th 2018 which led the government on 21st may 2018 to engage the student’s leader in a roundtable meeting to avert the proposed protest meanwhile before the student leaders agreed to cancelled the may 24th 2018 protest the government representatives consisting of SSG Commissioner for Education Commissioner for Youth SA Students SA Youth Permanent Secretary Ministry of Education Chairman Oyo state scholarship board and its Secretary and others government officials and student leaders across the 5-geopolitical zones in the state ie Ibadan Ibarapa Ogbomoso Oke-Ogun and Oyo with representatives of all institutions outside Oyo state under the leadership of Federation of Oyo state students union signed an MOU on better ways to run all the state-owned institution in the state increases subventions to all the institutions and immediate and continuous funding of LAUTECH and modalities to pay the students bursary demand and that all process would be concluded within 21 DAYS after the meeting Since May 21st roundtable meeting with the government representatives where 21 DAYS ultimatum was agreed upon the government has been playing the whole students by series of actions and inactions The students again resolved to engage in another protest on September 4 2018 after the government failed to implement the signed MOU of may 21st but the government through the Chief of Staff to the Governor and other government officials called students leaders into another meeting and this time around request the leaders to submit the details of all Oyo state students qualified for the bursary and appealed to stop the plan protest for the government to work on the students data who shall be beneficiary of the said bursary The students’ leaders ever since submission of students data to the government had continued to contact the government on the ways forward but the government has been playing upon the students’ intelligence and tactically delaying and planning to put the action under the carpet The student under the umbrella body of Federations Oyo state Student Union [FOSSU] National Council called for a progressive meeting between students in the state on Thursday 4th October 2018 where all students angrily decided to go a strong planned protest and 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