APTN National NewsA Manitoba community made their way to the Indian Affairs office in Winnipeg.Lake St.Martin is desperate to save their homes from flooding and wants Indian Affairs to come up with a permanent fix now.APTN National News reporter Meagan Fiddler has this story.
Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (16,297.55, down 24.20 points).Prometic Life Sciences Inc. (TSX:PLI). Health care. Down one cent, or 20 per cent, to four cents on 14.4 million shares.Manulife Financial Corp. (TSX:MFC). Financials. Down 45 cents, or 1.86 per cent, to $23.80 on 9.9 million shares.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Industrials. Down two cents, or 0.93 per cent, to $2.13 on 8 million shares.Crescent Point Energy Corp. (TSX:CPG). Up four cents, or 0.76 per cent, to $5.33 on 6.9 million shares.Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB). Energy. Up 24 cents, or 0.49 per cent, to $49.41 on 6.9 million shares.Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Up one cent, or 0.09 per cent, to $11.26 on 6.7 million shares.Companies reporting:Freshii Inc. (TSX:FRII). Down six cents or 2.7 per cent to $2.15. Freshii Inc. plans to launch higher-quality protein ingredients as it attempts to win back customers amid continued negative sales performance. Yet its chief executive is convinced the eatery chain is headed in the right direction. Freshii, which opened its first store in 2005, struggled with trying to do too much at once and suffered from slower-than-expected store growth and shrinking same-store sales, a key retail metric. Its same-store sales for the first quarter fell 0.9 per cent compared to the same quarter the previous year. Its net income plummeted to US$103,000 from $431,000 while revenues rose seven per cent to $5.2 million.Recipe Unlimited Corp. (TSX:RECP). Up 37 cents to $27.57. Recipe Unlimited Corp. says its core first-quarter earnings and same-store sales decreased despite a 12.5 per cent growth in system-wide sales. The company formerly known as Cara Operations says it earned $22.7 million for the period ended March 31, compared with $21.5 million a year earlier. System-wide sales rose to $850.7 million from $755.9 million, primarily due to the addition of The Keg and increases in the retail and catering segment from Swiss Chalet branded products and increases in frozen pot pie sales.Enbridge Inc. — Enbridge Inc. is working with shippers to optimize its Mainline pipeline system in a bid to boost throughput by 50,000 to 100,000 barrels per day. Chief executive Al Monaco said Friday that although its Liquids Mainline System — the largest export option for western Canadian producers — was full and hit a record this quarter, storage levels in Alberta remain “stubbornly high.” Permitting issues in the U.S. have delayed Enbridge’s Line 3 replacement pipeline project until the second half of 2020, a year later than expected. The Line 3 project is expected to add 370,000 barrels per day of export capacity of Canadian crude.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). — Bombardier Inc. is facing a possible ban from World Bank-financed projects after it received a show-cause letter related to a rail equipment deal plagued by corruption allegations. The letter is the latest development in an ongoing investigation into a roughly $340-million contract awarded to a Bombardier-led consortium in 2013 to supply signalling equipment in Azerbaijan. Bombardier says it disagrees with the allegations in the letter, which include accusations the company engaged in delaying practices or obstructive behaviour regarding the audit. The Canadian Press
19 January 2007The top United Nations envoy for Somalia went to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, today for a meeting of the African Union (AU) that is expected to discuss plans for the speedy deployment of a protection force and training mission to back the transitional Government there after it ousted Islamist groups with Ethiopian help. The visit by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Special Representative François Lonsény Fall to attend the AU Peace and Security Council follows his trip yesterday to Mogadishu, the Somali capital, where he called on the transitional Government to seize this “rare opportunity” to expand its authority and prevent a resurgence of the warlords who tore the country apart for the past 16 years. “The Council is expected to consider the situation in Somalia and discuss the implementation of UN Security Council resolution 1725, which authorizes the creation of a protection force and training mission in Somalia to help protect the country’s Transitional Federal Institutions,” the UN Political Office for Somalia (UNPOS), based in Nairobi, Kenya, said. Under the resolution the new force, to be known as IGASOM, is to be set up by the AU and the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), an east African group, and have an initial mandate of six months. No countries bordering Somalia will be able to deploy troops.Among the issues on today’s agenda is the need for the AU and IGAD to deploy its forces expeditiously to facilitate the earliest possible withdrawal of the Ethiopian troops currently protecting the transitional Government.Since the ouster of the Union of the Islamic Courts (UIC), which seized control of Mogadishu in June and progressively extended its control, UN officials from Secretary-General Ban down have underscored the historic opportunity the country now has to restore peace and stability to a country that has had no functioning central government since the regime of Muhammad Siad Barre was toppled in 1991.
Dr. Suren Raghavan said that he has the utmost respect for the High Commissioner and her work. “I am deeply disappointed by the spin that has been put on my discussion with the Sri Lankan Government delegation,” she said, noting that other news outlets in Sri Lanka were also continuing to significantly misrepresent the Human Rights Council process in Geneva.The High Commissioner said she and her Office remained committed to assisting the Government and people of Sri Lanka to implement the Human Rights Council’s resolutions 30/1 (2015) and 34/1 (2017). And last week the Human Rights Council in another resolution (40/1) gave the Government two more years to deliver fully on the set of commitments it originally accepted four years ago. (Colombo Gazette) Monday’s article in a local newspaper cited a member of the Government delegation, Northern Province Governor Dr. Suren Raghavan, claiming the High Commissioner “admitted that certain facts incorporated in the UNHRC report against Sri Lanka could not be condoned whatsoever.” It also said he claimed she had advised two of her senior officials who attended the meeting “to be more responsible and cautious hereafter.”“Neither of these claims are true,” Bachelet said. “Either the newspaper misunderstood the Governor, or the Governor misunderstood – or misquoted – me.” The High Commissioner said she stands fully behind the report and the oral statement she made when presenting it to the Human Rights Council, and that she believes it fairly and objectively reflects the situation in Sri Lanka. Bachelet said this week that a newspaper article quoting a senior Sri Lankan official “seriously misrepresents” her discussion of the recent UN Human Rights Office report on Sri Lanka with a Government delegation attending the Human Rights Council in Geneva on March 20. Northern Province Governor Dr. Suren Raghavan says he was misquoted by some local newspapers on comments he made with regards to the meeting between the Sri Lankan Government delegation and the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet in Geneva last week.The Governor said that his comments made to the media had been particularly misquoted by some English newspapers resulting in the High Commissioner’s office issuing a clarification.
Boart Longyear will debut the new MDR700 and showcase a range of other innovative drilling products at DrillFest 2015 this week in Western Australia. “Now more than ever, companies are increasing their focus on reducing costs and creating efficiencies in order to drive productivity and safety on the mine site,” said Mark Dogan, Boart Longyear’s Sales Director for Australia. “Innovations and technological developments in drill rigs and drilling products are increasingly being seen as the way forward.”Boart Longyear’s product experts will be on hand during DrillFest 2015 to showcase a wide range of innovative drilling solutions, including:MDR700 Mobile Drill Rig: The MDR700 combines Boart Longyear’s best underground coring technology with advanced mobility, enhanced automation and engineered safety controls. The powerful MDR700’s wide drilling angles reduce rig moves, and quick-and-easy setup enhances ease of operation and maintenanceReverse Circulation (RC) Rods: Boart Longyear’s RC rods are manufactured from high-grade, quality steel, which ensures less wear and longer lifetime, straighter holes and easier assembling of inner rods in outer tubes. Drill rods are available with Metzke-type, Remet-type and Matrix-type threadsBLH™ DTH Hammer Series: Boart Longyear’s BLH™ down-the-hole-hammer and bit line are designed to increase productivity in RC and conventional drilling. The series can be used for geotechnical drilling, quarrying, water well, geothermal and mineral exploration. BLH5 DTH hammers and bits will be on display at DrillFest 2015DrillFest 2015 is held at Perth’s Ascot Raceway from October 21 to 22.
Although it’s not slated to be as drastic an update as Froyo, Android version 2.3 aka Gingerbread is still worth getting excited about, if only because it is rumored to bring the first humble tweaks to the Android operating system making it appropriate for tablets… therefore closing the lead between Android and iOS.When will Gingerbread go live, though? It’s still unknown, but there have been a lot of hints lately that Android’s release might be imminent: Adobe unofficially confirmed that it was coming soon, and the HTC Nexus One is supposed to get an OTA update to Gingerbread in the next few day, according to rumors.Even so, this is the first we’ve heard official confirmation from Google that Gingerbread’s almost done: a recent Twitpic post sent from Google Mobile’s official Twitter account shows a tray full of Android-shaped gingerbread men being pulled from the oven.Coy, but if that’s not an official announcement that Gingerbread is baked, I don’t know what is! Prepare your handsets.Read more at Twitpic
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Happy Hours All Weekend at Outback Steakhouse Bahamian music legend gunned down at home in Turks and Caicos Bi-lateral talks with Bahamas to resume, UK gives green light to high-level TCI delegation Recommended for you Related Items:bahamas, rugby, Tci Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 14 Apr 2015 – This weekend it is The Bahamas vs the home team, Turks and Caicos in Rugby at the Meridian Field. The main event is at 4pm this Saturday, April 18 but there is planned an exhibition match featuring the ladies at 3pm and the juniors will play at half time. Admission to the field is free.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, June 24, 2017 – Providenciales – Following the instances of crime in the last week in the Grace Bay and Leeward areas, including the shooting of a visitor the Islands, the RT&CIPF have increased the visible policing in these areas and others areas of Providenciales. The increase in Policing is to provide reassurance to the local community, those visiting the Island and those who work here.The recent crimes that have caused harm and concern are unacceptable and condemned by the Police Force. Work is continuing to identify those responsible and bring them to justice. Overnight a person has been arrested for robbery and another person is in custody for an offence of burglary. These arrests are not connected to the shooting of the visitor to the Island in the early hours of Friday morning but reflect the hard work that the officers of the RT&CIPF are undertaking to keep their community safe.With regards to the shooting of the visitor, the victim remains in a serious condition and his family are being supported by officers from the Serious Crime Team of the RT&CIPF.Acting Commissioner of Police Trevor Botting said this morning; “The shooting of the visitor to the Turks and Caicos Islands is condemned and my team are working tirelessly to identity those responsible and bring them to Justice. I know this incident will cause concern in the community. The Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force have increased their visible presence in the areas of Grace Bay but also in other areas of the Islands. However, my officers need the support of the community.We need information as to who is carrying out these crimes and causing such harm to those who live, work and visit the Islands. We also need people to tell us about anything or anyone suspicious, if you see something tell us so we can check it out. We need our communities’ eyes and ears to help us keep the Islands safe. I have spoken to partners within the Tourist Industry this morning and we are committed to working together to keep people safe.I would ask that people remain alert and vigilant but not alarmed. Sensible precautions should be taken when walking around the Island late in the evening. These include walking together in groups and where possible not carrying more valuables than you need to and making use of safes and security measures where possible.I would be grateful for the public’s support and patience if they are delayed at all through the increase in policing. If you are concerned, speak to my officers, they are here to serve, support and assist you. My officers are working hard to keep you safe and we will use all available tools and tactics to prevent offences and bring those who seek to commit crime to justice. ”Press Release: RTCIPF#TCIpoliceupdates Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#TCIpoliceupdates
Vancouver police Officer Dustin Goudschaal and his wife, Kate, sent a statement for a family friend to read at Monday’s Vancouver City Council meeting, thanking Earlene “Sam” Anderson, James Bridger and local law enforcement efforts. The Vancouver City Council honored two people who stopped to help a police officer after he was shot last week on the city’s east side. Fellow officers lined the walls of the council chambers during Monday evening’s meeting as the life-saving efforts of Earlene “Sam” Anderson and of James Bridger efforts were recalled. Motorcycle officer Dustin Goudschaal was shot at around 11:30 a.m. June 30 during a traffic stop. Anderson was on her way to a work luncheon when she stopped to help him on Northeast 34th Street. Goudschaal is now recovering at home.“He said, ‘Help me,’ ” Anderson said, and told her there was a bandage in his pants pocket. She began applying the bandage when Bridger stopped and took over wrapping the wound.Bridger then grabbed Goudschaal’s police radio to tell 911 that the officer had been shot and they needed help immediately.“I called it a God shot; I was able to be at the right place at the right time,” Bridger said. “I know I didn’t sleep at all that night. I was praying really hard for him and his family.”Bridger visited Goudschaal while he was hospitalized at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center. Although Anderson hasn’t had a chance to visit Goudschaal since the shooting, she said she hopes to see how he’s doing.
However, Zilio said his brush with crime-fighting will also be his last. “With great power comes great responsibility. It is my responsibility to encourage the fact of, yes, there are licensed street performers around often, in superhero costume, but no, we do not often intervene and fight crime,” he said.Workers say the woman actually bought a costume but grabbed something else when she was leaving the store. Security tried to stop her, but when she broke free, Spider-Man was there.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. TORONTO (WSVN) — A man dressed in a Spider-Man costume actually saved the day when he helped stop a shoplifter.Spider-Man may be Peter Parker (or Miles Morales) in the comics, but in real-life Toronto, he goes by Mark Zilio.“I’m Toronto’s Spider-Man. I’ve been working in the core of Downtown Toronto for the last four years as a busker and street performer,” Zilio said.Zilio was performing outside of a costume shop on Monday when he actually had to fight crime. “Oddly enough on Halloween, the one day when there’s the most Spider-Men around, not just me, is the day when I wind up stopping a crime,” he said.Cellphone video shows Zilio, in full costume, helping stop a suspected shoplifter.“She was very squirmy, squiggled her way out,” he said. “I was working here on the sidewalk. I never want to become involved in these types of things. I don’t want to lose my busking license. I’m not trained to handle someone while they’re hostile or needing to be held down.”Store manager Sanjoy Kandu said he was both impressed and entertained. “Spidey, come on, it’s a great thing,” he said. “Peter Parker helping out as security guard at that moment, it was great.”
MIAMI BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – A hotel worker is behind bars hours after, police said, he stuck and killed a woman in Miami Beach , early Sunday morning.According to Miami Beach Police, 31-year-old Angel Cuesta struck the victim while she was crossing Collins Avenue near 38th Street.Poilce were dispatched to the scene of the crash at around 3:30 a.m.Paramedics rushed the pedestrian to Jackson Memorial Hospital, where she later died.Investigators said Cuesta was driving a car that was parked valet at the nearby Red Rock Hotel, where he works the front desk.One witness said he tried to stop Cuesta, but he took off. “I don’t know if he saw me in the mirror when I run after him. That’s why he kept going; he changed his mind,” said Joseph Deceus. “He sees that somebody saw something and then he leaves. He don’t care.”A silver Chevy Cruze believed to be the vehicle involved was later located at a condominium along Indian Creek Drive. Police initially questioned Cuesta as a person of interest, but on Sunday afternoon, they charged him with leaving the scene of a crash resulting in death.Investigators have not yet identified the victim.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
A side-view schematic of the single-walled carbon-nanotube field-effect transistor, showing the two halfnium dioxide layers (HfO2). The nanotube is represented by the honeycomb pattern in the center of the figure. VGS is the voltage across the transistor’s gate and source. (PhysOrg.com) — Researchers in Finland have created a form of carbon-nanotube based information storage that is comparable in speed to a type of memory commonly used in memory cards and USB “jump” drives. Researchers combine logic, memory to build a ‘high-rise’ chip This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Citation: Carbon-Nanotube Memory that Really Competes (2009, January 26) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2009-01-carbon-nanotube-memory.html The group’s memory scheme has a write-erase time of 100 nanoseconds, which is about 100,000 times faster than previously reported carbon-nanotube memory, and retains this ability over more than 10,000 write-erase cycles. The work is reported in the January 16, 2009, online edition of Nano Letters.”In terms of speed and endurance, our memory structure is as good as the commercially available Flash memory technologies,” said Helsinki University of Technology physicist Päivi Törmä, the paper’s corresponding author, to PhysOrg.com.The memory scheme stores information using single-walled carbon-nanotube transistors, specifically field-effect transistors, which are among the fastest carbon-nanotube electrical components. Each transistor consists of four key parts, the gate, source, drain, and substrate.As a substrate, Törmä and her colleagues chose a silicon wafer. In collaboration with Finnish technology-equipment company Beneq Oy, they applied a 20-nanometer-thick layer of hafnium oxide using atomic layer deposition, a technique used to deposit materials in very thin layers. The hafnium oxide separates the substrate, which was also used as the gate in this case, from the rest of the structure. Choosing hafnium dioxide as the gate “dielectric” material—an insulator placed between two conductors to separate them—appears to be the key to the device’s fast operation, as it can trap and release charge very quickly and efficiently.On top of the hafnium-oxide layer, the group deposited a few drops of a carbon-nanotube solution, produced using commercially available nanotubes with diameters between 1.2 and 1.5 nanometers and lengths of 100 to 360 nanometers. Using an atomic force microscope, they identified nanotubes with the proper alignment; only those nanotubes became transistors. They then created source and drain electrodes for each nanotube using the metal palladium, with the nanotube forming the transistor’s conductive channel. Finally, the researchers deposited another 20-nanometer layer of hafnium oxide on top of the nanotube transistor, to “passivate” the surface, preventing unwanted reactions.”The fast memory operation we have demonstrated could potentially also be realized using other carbon materials, such as carbon-nanotube bundles or graphene,” said Törmä.Each transistor stores information based on whether current is running through it. When the voltage applied across the transistor reaches a certain threshold, current flows, which can represent one bit of information, either a “0” or a “1” (bit is short for binary digit). For example, when the transistor is conducting it may represent a “1,” and when not conducting, a “0.”Each transistor can store information for about 150,000 seconds, or about 42 hours. This is quite short, although Törmä and her group think they can improve it by adding an oxide layer between the gate and the nanotube.Citation: Nano Lett., Article ASAP DOI: 10.1021/nl8029916Copyright 2008 PhysOrg.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without the express written permission of PhysOrg.com. Explore further
Darjeeling: The name of the State University to come up at Mungpoo, Darjeeling will be undergoing a change in nomenclature from “Greenfield University” to “Darjeeling Hill University.”Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee talking to media persons in Darjeeling on Tuesday stated: “It was a long standing demand of the people that a University come up in the Hills. The foundation stone of the new university ‘The Darjeeling Hill University’ will be laid on Wednesday. The university will come up at Mungpoo.” Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeIncidentally, the Government programme at Darjeeling Chowrasta that was supposed to take place at 3pm on Wednesday has been rescheduled to 11am.Mamata Banerjee will lay the foundation stone of the University from this programme and head for Kolkata. “However, during the discussion on the bill we had requested that the nomenclature be changed as it is the sentiment of the Hill masses that a University come up which bears the identity of the region. The Chief Minister has honoured the sentiments of the people. Now, an amendment has to be brought in the winter session of the Assembly to change the nomenclature,” stated Amar Rai, MLA, Darjeeling.”We have already earmarked a land of 100-acre at Yogighaat in Mungpoo for the University. A new 8-km long road will be built through which the distance between Siliguri and the University will be a mere 45 minutes drive,” stated Binoy Tamang, Chairman, GTA.
1 min read This story originally appeared on Fortune Magazine August 11, 2015 Apple’s next iPhone models will reportedly feature a new Force Touch capability similar to the Apple Watch. According to 9to5Mac, Force Touch will let users enable shortcuts and pull up menus by pressing harder than usual on the iPhone’s screen.Force Touch was heavily integrated into the Apple Watch to make the most of a small screen. By recognizing the difference between a tap and a press, the Apple Watch can open up additional controls within apps. For example, a firm press can end a workout session, reply to a text, or search for an address.On the iPhone, users will reportedly be able to use Force Touch to access turn-by-turn directions immediately after looking up a point of interest, saving a few taps. In a music app, the capability would allow users to access a small menu of popular options, like saving a track for offline listening.9to5Mac has also reported that the next iPhone will also share the Apple Watch’s haptic feedback feature, which means the device will vibrate in more subtle ways to give users an added physical response to their taps and presses.
News | August 30, 2010 New York Radiology Alliance Created News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more August 30, 2010 – A strategic alliance has been launched to create New York Radiology Alliance. It will offer access to subspecialists, next-generation technology, clinical data benchmarking and the shared expertise of nearly 200 radiologists nationwide to enhance the quality and efficiency of imaging services for patients and providers in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area. The merger between Virtual Radiologic (vRad) and S&D Medical, a New York-based radiology practice, will take effect October 1, 2010. “S&D has used a combination of onsite and virtual radiology for years to enhance productivity and service to our clients. As we looked at the growth of our practice and the changing landscape of the healthcare industry, we had to find more efficient ways to meet the increasing demands for enhanced service, improved quality and lower costs.” said Dr. Kenneth Schwartz, S&D Medical managing partner. “While weighing the cost and associated risk of new technology and additional staffing, we approached vRad about the possible synergies of further integrating our already productive relationship.” “Managing a group this large and diverse requires sophisticated solutions to load-balance studies across radiologists and deliver industry-leading turnaround times. vRad’s technology, commitment to innovation and a shared vision of radiology’s future made full integration seem like a natural fit,” he added. S&D had been a customer of vRad since 2008 and early adopter of its vRad Enterprise Connect platform. vRad Enterprise Connect is the core technology platform vRad uses to manage and read more than three million studies annually from over 1,200 facilities. vRad recently released its commercial version vRad Enterprise Connect 3.0 that will enhance the practice’s productivity with expedited time to diagnosis and treatment, while lowering the overall cost of patient care for New York Radiology Alliance customers. “As the healthcare market continues to rapidly evolve, we see demands for new and innovative care delivery models,” said Rob Kill, vRad president and chief executive officer. “Partnerships like these will be an important tool to optimize care, while reducing overall costs.” FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. 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Wednesday, July 5, 2017 “Full steam ahead approach” for new Flight Centre Independent << Previous PostNext Post >> Share Posted by TORONTO — Flight Centre Independent – formerly Flight Centre Associates – says it’s setting its sights on providing the best host solution in the marketplace.Flight Centre Associates has been up and running in Canada for the last nine years. The host agency was officially rebranded to Flight Centre Independent on July 5. “We’ve matured as a business,” says Flight Centre Independent General Manager, Lee Zanello. “We’ve spent the last couple of years listening to what our Independent agents have to say and the new Flight Centre Independent is the result.”Flight Centre has made significant resource and technology investments leading up to the launch to ensure that Flight Centre Independent agents receive support and work in systems that are second to none in the market, he added. “As a Flight Centre Independent, you have access to all levels of support across the country within our leisure business. The same team of over 100 support staff that support our shops is also there for our Independent agents, and this gives us the opportunity to provide direct, one-on-one support in ways that are not available with any other host.”More news: Sunwing to further boost Mazatlán service with new flights from OttawaZanello points to Flight Centre’s Group Centre and Cruise Centre as two such examples, teams designed to help agents manage group and cruise bookings from the enquiry stage right through to after travel.Flight Centre Canada President John Beauvais said “the engagement we have as an entire company over our Independent business model is incredible. We are very proud of the business and we know we have the best offer in the Canadian marketplace.”“The name change comes to us at a good time,” Zanello added. “We were the only ones using the ‘Associates’ term which means we were the best in that ‘Associates’ space. That’s not where the other players are playing. For an agent looking for a host, the question now becomes a lot clearer: do you want to be an Independent Agent or do you want to be a Flight Centre Independent Agent.”One of the biggest attractions for agents to Flight Centre Independent is the trust that comes at a consumer level for a brand name they recognize. “You can’t put a dollar value on that brand equity, and at the same time, we recognize that some agents and small agencies, especially in smaller communities, value the brand they have built and we are completely fine with that,” says Zanello. “You don’t need to paint yourself red and white if you don’t want to.”More news: Le Boat has EBBs along with its new 2020 brochureThe full steam ahead approach of the model now means the Independent Agent is more a part of the Flight Centre family than ever before, he added. “We’ve always run this business in true Flight Centre fashion, putting the people first,” said Zanello. “Flight Centre Independent takes this to the next level where we have an entire company now working to support the success and profitability of our agents.” Tags: Flight Centre Travelweek Group
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J Travellers looking to book an eco-friendly vacation don’t have to look far following the release of The World’s Best Ethical Destinations report. The report put together by non for profit organisation Ethical Traveller, assists people booking their holiday with the “names of countries where human rights and the environment are protected”. Ethical Traveller director Jess Greenwald said vacationers can still have a holiday while visiting places that demonstrate respect for humans and the environment. “Developing countries should be encouraged to pursue good behaviours,” co-author Jane Esberg said. “Tourism can provide an economic incentive to improve human rights, environmental conservation and social practices.” The report’s co-author Natalie Lefevre said that while the authors manage to select a range of ecotourism friendly destinations, no country receives a ten out of ten. “No country anywhere, is perfect,” Ms Lefevre said. “This report showcases the most ethical developing countries, based on dozens of sources and extensive research.” The report is an annual study of developing countries from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.The group focuses on three areas of protection: environmental, social and human rights.
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