After the rioters attacked Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Alberta experts are considering how it will affect the political climate in the province. Sarah Komadina explained.
Ottawa-Prime Minister Justin Trudeau underwent a small reshuffle of his ministers and then held a cabinet retreat later in the day to develop a strategy to restore Parliament. The reorganization was attributed to the departure of Navdeep Bains, who resigned due to innovation. In the first virtual swearing-in ceremony in Canadian history, François-Philippe Champagne stepped down as Minister of Foreign Affairs and assumed the former position of Baynes, and former Minister of Transport Garneau took over. Old work in the Champagne area. Toronto Regional Councillor Omar Alghabra (Omar Alghabra) has taken over the transportation business, which has been turbulent for 10 months since the pandemic triggered the collapse of the tourism industry and disputes over flight cancellation refunds. The former international trade diversification minister resigned after announcing the diagnosis. People with multiple myeloma, blood cancer in October 2019. In a video message released on Tuesday morning, Baynes said that after six elections, Baynes hopes to spend more time with his family. "In the past 17 years, they have given a lot. The congressman from Mississauga, Ontario said that last year was a difficult year for the family. "My daughters are in the 5th and 8th grades last year. I need more, and I need them too. It's time for me to put my family first, and I am not happy about it. Trudeau made it clear that he hopes that the ministries that are vital to the recovery of the country’s economy from the COVID-19 pandemic will be overseen by the ministers that will be held nearby. Trudeau said at a reshuffled press conference, Compared with holding the federal election before the health crisis broke out, Trudeau said that he would rather continue to stop the pandemic, distribute vaccines and restore the economy. He said: "Of course I hope to be able to carry out constructive work in Parliament this winter and spring. In order to be able to provide Canadians with these things. "Many federal government support and welfare programs have been unanimously approved by lawmakers. He said that in minority parliaments, opposition parties can trigger elections. He refused to promise not to use the prime minister's privileges to call himself. "My promise is Trullo. Duo said: "This shuffling was carried out at a streamlining ceremony hosted by Governor Julie Payette. This grand ceremony was broadcast online during the grand ceremony and ceremony. August The then Treasury Secretary Bill Morneau resigned. Chrystia Freeland succeeded Morneau while continuing to serve as Deputy Prime Minister. Cabinet retreats-four will be held in the next two weeks Days of a one-day meeting-focusing on what the government needs to do to deal with this pandemic. This situation will continue to be popular in the United States, including speeding up the promotion of vaccines. It should also focus on the eventual economic recovery and The Liberal government plans to invest billions of dollars to combat climate change, create jobs, affordable housing, skills training, and the national childcare program. The retreat is underway as the government prepares to restore Parliament on January 25 This is destined to be a more radical partisan environment. The pandemic forced a certain degree of cross-party cooperation. Last year, Trudeau’s minority Liberal government was able to operate without any serious threat to its survival. However, by the end of last year, The spirit of cooperation is severely frustrated and is likely to completely evaporate this year, especially once the government proposes a budget that is expected to push the long-standing federal deficit to the stratosphere. The government will need the support of at least one major opposition party to be able to Survive in a vote of confidence in the budget Trudeau began holding regular cabinet retreats six years ago. This was an action taken to encourage ministers to establish contacts as they escape the Ottawa bubble. COVID-19 ended the cabinet retreat in September last year. Will work on regional outreach. Trudeau and his ministers restricted themselves to the government building in the country’s capital for a few days to consider how to get the country through the beginning of the second wave. Now, this The epidemic is ending. Trudeau will host a completely virtual retreat in which ministers will participate in video conferences at various locations across the country. The Canadian News Agency report was first published on January 12, 2021 .
NEW YORK — Researchers reported on Tuesday that the U.S. cancer mortality rate has fallen by another year, which is attributed to the success of the fight against lung cancer. Since 1991, the overall cancer mortality rate has been declining. According to a report by the American Cancer Society, from 2017 to 2018, cancer death rates fell by 2.4%, surpassing the record decline of 2.2% in the same period last year. The society reports that in the past five years, lung cancer accounted for almost half of the total decline in cancer deaths. Most lung cancer cases are related to smoking, and the decline in smoking rates for decades has led to a decline in lung cancer disease and mortality. But experts say that through improved surgery, better diagnostic scans, more precise use of radiation and the effects of new drugs, the decline in deaths has accelerated. Dr. Deborah Schrag, head of population science at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, said in a statement: “Men and women who are diagnosed with lung cancer live longer. This is really amazing news.” Cancer is still the right one. China is the second leading cause of death after heart disease. It is estimated that 1.9 million new cancer cases in the United States will be diagnosed this year. The association estimates that nearly 609,000 Americans will die of cancer. ___The Associated Press Department of Health and Science is supported by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Department of Science Education. AP is solely responsible for all content. Associated Press reporter Mike Stobbe
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The documents submitted to the regulator on Tuesday show that Tesla has taken a step towards listing in India later this year by registering the company in India. Tesla Motors India and Energy Private Limited were established on January 8. Its registered office is located in the southern city of Bangalore, which is a hub for many global technology companies. The document shows that the Indian department has three directors, including David Feinstein, who is currently a senior director of Tesla, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Kirkland Lake Gold Co., Ltd. reported that the full-year gold production in 2020 was 1.37 million ounces, an increase of 41% over 2019, in line with the guidelines. The increase in production was mainly due to an all-stock purchase of US$4.34 billion. Detour Gold Corp. contributed 517,000 ounces from January 31 to December 31 at the beginning of the year. However, the Toronto-based miner said that its three “cornerstone assets” performed strongly, reaching the highest quarterly production level in 2020. The company said that the combined production for the last three months of 2020 was 369,000 ounces, an increase of 32% over the same period last year and an increase of 9% over the third quarter. Reduced by 30,000 ounces to reach a record 640,000 ounces in 2020, compared to 619,000 ounces in 2019. Kirkland Lake reported that it will return $848 million to shareholders through stock repurchases and dividend payments in 2020, including $732 million repurchases of 1890 Million shares. It added that it purchased more than 1 million shares in the first week of January to reach the 20 million share target announced in February last year. "Judging from our operating performance, 2020 is the best year for our team in history," the CEO said in a statement to Tony Makuch, citing COVID-19 regulations on Detour Lake and Ontario. The Macassa mine had a negative impact. "From Detour Lake, we are very happy to acquire the mine on January 31, 2020. Obviously, this is a case of the right transaction at the right time." The Canadian News Agency report was published on January 12, 2021. First released on Japan. The company’s story: (TSX: KL) Canadian News Agency
The police in Hamilton, Ontario said they have charged two organizers of a counter-mask protest organization with police charges for organizing activities that allegedly violated public health rules, which took place in Hamilton from January 3 to January 10. Held in the center. Forty people participated in the first event and 60 people participated in the second event. Current provincial restrictions limit gatherings to a maximum of 10 people outdoors. The police said they had notified the organizers of the "Hug Mask" that the party planned for January 10 would be charged, but they continued their activities. They said that under the "Reopening of Ontario Act," a 27-year-old man and a 38-year-old woman face charges, and if found guilty, they will be fined a minimum of $10,000. The Canadian News Agency report was first published on January 12, 2021. This story was produced with funding from Facebook and Canadian News Agency scholarships.
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After the world failed to achieve the single goal of preventing the disappearance of the natural world in the past decade, leaders of many countries including Canada held a virtual summit on Monday and are committed to future biodiversity conservation. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended the teleconference, attended the "One Planet" summit hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron, and announced "up to 55 million U.S. dollars" (from 2015 And the 2018 Green Finance Commitment) will be allocated to the United Nations fund for the project to protect from desertification and other landscape degradation. "If we don't take action, the ecosystems on which we depend on the air and food will collapse. Therefore, we have a collective responsibility to protect nature, and Canada is playing its role," Trudeau said. In an interview after the summit, the Green Party leader Annamie Paul accused Trudeau of attending the meeting and using recycled materials, "just like you make a photocopy of a photocopy-every time it looks a little weaker than time." Some before." She said: "It is not enough to suggest these fragmentary solutions to the really big problems." Paul called on the government to increase funding for federal departments to accelerate the implementation of endangered species programs. The Green Party has also been calling for at least US$100 million a year for four years to protect indigenous lands. Paul said that Canada’s international commitments, such as the United Nations’ Convention on Biological Diversity, provide the basis for these recommendations. Including European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Norwegian Prime Minister Erner World leaders including Erna Solberg will meet before the next United Nations Biodiversity Conference scheduled to be held in Kunming, China in May 2021. They hope to establish a new goal of disastrous results of the so-called "Aichi Goals", under which the world has failed to achieve any of the 20 goals set by the Convention on Biological Diversity. Because human activities have changed nearly three-quarters of the earth's land and two-thirds of the ocean environment to a large extent, the earth is not only troubled by climate emergencies, but also by biodiversity crisis. For example, in the past four decades, 60% of the world's wild animals and plants have disappeared, and one million species are facing extinction. According to data from the World Wildlife Fund, in Canada, the number of mammals has fallen by more than 40%, while the number of amphibians and reptiles has fallen by 34%, and the number of fish has fallen by 20%. Leaders heard at the January 11 summit that the alarming loss of biodiversity is also linked to the growing inequality of mankind. Macron said that this is because the most depleted countries of biodiversity are also the least prosperous. "2021 must be a year for mankind and nature to live in harmony. So far, we have been destroying our planet." United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said in a speech at the beginning of the event. "We have been abusing it, as if we have excess... We are poisoning the air, land and water, and filling the ocean with plastic. Now nature is fighting back." Canada's $55 million donation will be allocated to the United Nations Land Degradation Neutral foundation. This funding comes from Canada’s C$2.65 billion climate financing pledge made in 2015, and the G7 Charois pledge on sustainable financing in 2018. Trudeau also said that Canada will use biodiversity funding as part of its future global climate funding contributions. The Prime Minister took this opportunity to reiterate Canada’s commitment to spend 3.16 billion Canadian dollars in planting 2 billion trees within ten years. He said that Canada is joining two international institutions. One is the "Nature and Human Aspirations Alliance", which puts forward the goal of protecting 30% of the world's land and sea by 2030. The other is a working group, which has established a new working group on "financial disclosure related to nature", which will become the principle for companies and financial institutions to disclose their dependence on nature and the risks they face from nature. The team’s ultimate goal is to prevent global capital flows to support businesses that cause damage to the natural world, similar to other climate financing efforts aimed at preventing funding for serious polluters. Christina Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank, pointed out that how the natural world supports the economic activities of the earth, accounting for about 130 trillion US dollars. She said that it is naturally an "underestimated public good." Carl Meyer / "Local News Initiative" / Canadian National Observer Carl Meyer, "Local News Initiative" reporter, national observer
The rapid arrival of multiple COVID-19 vaccines has brought hope to end the global pandemic, but there is still a question of how long people can be protected from the virus after being vaccinated. The exact time frame of immunization may vary. Experts say that from one person to another, it will be unclear for a period of time. But we have reason to believe that those who have been vaccinated with COVID can get long-term protection. Steven Kerfoot, associate professor in the Department of Immunology and Microbiology at Western University, said that past data on infections and vaccines themselves indicate that “for most people, this immune response is very good and can last for several years. Years. "Not sure-no test can tell you this will last 10 years," Kerfoot said. "But there is absolutely no evidence that immunity will disappear within a year. "Experts can understand the lifespan of the vaccine's immune response by observing the protection we get after natural infection with the same virus. A study published in October by a research team at the University of Toronto found that antibodies may disappear quickly after being infected with COVID. , While others have found a longer-lasting immune response. The study found that antibodies remained stable in blood and saliva for at least 115 days after infection. That was the longest time interval measured in this study, which may mean that antibodies persist A U.S. study published last week showed that antibodies exist for at least eight months. University of Manitoba virologist Jason Kindrachuk hopes to see that the study can detect that as the data expands, the life of antibodies is longer. He said, now , Our "long-term observation is indeed the past 12 months. "People who wish to be infected naturally may have immunity outside the time frame of that year and may enter for many years. "But then we started to enter the hypothesis because we didn't know. Kerfoot said that even studies have shown that the early decline of antibody levels will not cause alertness. Once infected, the antibodies will quickly pop up to fight the infection, and then begin to disappear steadily. The rest is "specific antibodies, immune cells and The slow reduction of memory cells" can help fight future infections of the same virus. "In this case, what we are talking about is not necessarily preventing infection, but protecting against serious diseases. "The same is true from the perspective of immunity." "Although this potentially more transmissible variant of the virus raises concerns about the vaccine's effectiveness against future strains, Kerfoot does not currently see this as a problem. He also believes that we do not need annual influenza vaccines. Vaccination against COVID is necessary because influenza viruses are different every year. Horacio Bach, an adjunct professor of infectious disease at UBC, said that vaccine development usually takes longer than the use of COVID and can be Immunization lifespan will be improved to a certain extent, which may require strengthening immunity, but he expects it will take a few years. Extended clinical trials. Bach said: “Once the vaccine is vaccinated, one or two years later, you have to visit these people To see if and how they are protected. "But Kerfoot said that most vaccine trials "will never stop," and as more and more people get vaccinated, people are expected to continue surveillance. Due to the urgency of the pandemic, he hopes that the COVID vaccine will continue to grow. To a certain extent this happened. Kerfoot said: “For all vaccines, you can’t wait to run a 10-year trial to see if it can last 10 years. "You will see if it produces an effective response, if it is safe... and you will pass. "Jindrachuk said that vaccine development is a long process. Over time, scientists may continue to develop vaccines with longer immunity. The second and third generation vaccines are "continuously improving." Each may provide improvements at the end. “We don’t know yet, but this is something science is evolving,” he said. The Canadian newspaper’s report was originally published on January 12, 2021. Lisa Couto Zuber (Melissa Couto Zuber)
Before Apple banned Parler from using it in its App Store on Saturday, the social media site became the most popular free app in the United States in its App Store, at the top of the list. After Twitter banned President Donald Trump on Friday, interest in the fast-growing app surged again. After Amazon.com Inc. stopped its hosting business, effectively taking the upstart social media service offline, Parler is now fighting for survival.
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Southgate allocated all wastewater treatment services except 10 units in the last few days of 2020, but the council heard that plans to increase capacity have been made. The number of available units themselves is not fixed because they are based on rolling averages that include the previous three-year period. Flato East Meadows Phases 7, 8 and 10 will occupy a large block of 177 rentable units. There are 57 houses in the seventh stage; 54 houses and 56 townhouses in the eighth stage, and 21 singles in the tenth stage. "Do we leave a little comfort here?" Deputy Mayor Brian Milne was questioned. CAO stated that the township is good because the planned enhancements to the system may add 400 to 800 units. He said that it is possible to put forward some development proposals in 2021, and these proposals may be delayed for "three or four months." He said that it may not be until 2022 to 2023 before the town can develop land along the Eco Park Avenue. In April 2020, the last official accounting provided by Triton has been removed from Flato Phases 2-6 and White Rose Phases 1 and 2. There were 413 residential equivalent units left at that time. Earlier this year, the equivalent of 56 apartments were allocated to this adult residential apartment building (one apartment is 0.7 apartments), while 170 apartments were allocated to the carriage house on Glenelg Street in Flato. MT Fernandes, "Place Journalist for News Initiative, Dundalk pioneer
Nicosia, Cyprus-An official said on Tuesday that in an overcrowded migrant reception camp outside the Syrian capital Nicosia, Syrians quarreled with nationals from several African countries and injured more than 20 migrants. Interior Ministry spokesperson Roizos Michael told the Associated Press that he said that the 25 children were slightly injured and returned to the camp after receiving first aid at the Nicosia General Hospital. He said that because seven people were injured, window panes were smashed, beds and other equipment were smashed, part of the camp fence was severely damaged, and the riot police intervened and quelled the one-hour melee. Police investigators are still trying to determine the cause of the fight, but it is believed that it was started by a few people and developed rapidly. Michael said that about 1,500 immigrants were placed in 1,000-person shelters, of which 600 were quarantined. Michael said that Cyprus is racially divided. A small number of immigrants continue to enter the country every day, mainly from Turkey. 50 miles (80 kilometers). Most people in Cyprus entered the island through the divided Turkish Cypriot north, traversed a porous buffer zone controlled by the United Nations, and then entered the internationally asylum-seeking south. Cyprus is a member of the European Union, but only the Greek Cypriots in the south enjoy full membership. welfare. Many arriving immigrants are Syrians. Michael said that a quarter of the 7,000 immigrants who applied for asylum last year came from Syria. Officials from the Ministry of the Interior said that Cyprus has a population of approximately 900,000 and cannot cope with the constant flow of immigration. He said that Turkey was "changing the demographic characteristics of Cyprus" through a well-planned campaign to repatriate immigrants to Cyprus. Michael claimed that interviews with many immigrants showed that the Turkish authorities "forced" many people to come to Cyprus. Immigrants are single men, and they are scrutinized by international law enforcement agencies to determine whether they have any links with extremist groups. Michael said that according to the latest figures, seven people suspected of such connections have been detained in another safer camp. Cyprus hopes that the EU will implement a “fairer” redistribution of migrants arriving in first-tier states, reach an agreement with Turkey to keep migrants in its territory, and allow the group to conclude repatriation agreements with third countries. Associated Press
La Maison Simonne-Monet-Chartrand (MSMC) won a $500,000 financing in Chambly. Imported into French Radio Canada, French National Radio. It is expected to spread in December and play an important role in sustainable development from March to 19, 2020. In the middle of 1987, the entrepreneurs of the 10th French National Association of Legal Art Research (Afin de Soutenir les projets) can be found in Soumisà Desjardins. Simone Monet Chatelain (Msson d'hébergement) Simone Monet Chatelain (MSMC) has done her duty. Promote French cabaret performances in public places, with Gildo Roy, Pierre Yves Lord, Patricia Paquin, French Castell and André Robiere, participating The long-term participation and harmony of the participants and the participants caused social resistance. The top priority of the UN High Commissioner for Women's Simone Monet Chatelain (MSMC) coupled with the premiere of the COVID-19 tour, female prisoners were violently assaulted ainsi que leurs enfants dans un isolement plus profond. La MSMC ayant pour d'offr d'offrirunéééééééde de la de la desécuritaireet du soutienàplusieurségardsàces femmes, afin qu'elles remettent leur vie staffle and familiale sur les les rails, elle a soumisv projet d'offrirunééééééééde Confident. Le conceptarésonnéauprèsdu groupe financier. «Désjardinspour le fonds (Désjardinspour le fonds) is the most planned agent in pursuit of existing needs. C'est un Project Complexe, sur lequel nous travaillons depuis 2015», a secret Hélène Langevin, Directoriese Généralede la MSMC. «Shangri-La Maison Tour will provide you with professional cooperation, Simonne-Monet-Chartrand Foundation, Ms. Jean-François Caron and some partners will also be sponsored. Shooting pistols, assault rifles and advanced sports legal advice, Monte Montic higher vocational school, pour decrees, and signal commuter envoys and communism. Participated in the Champs-Elysées Champs-Elysées Museum in the French National History and Culture Exchange »French New Democracy and Violent Conflict National Police, French Portauin and French Sierra Leone Langfin, Dominican Romes Directors Guild, Julie Anne Anne Sean MMC Intervention, and Isordelle Labrecque and coordonnatrice. The inspirer of destiny and the victim of the victim maintained a peaceful and peaceful relationship in silence. «Peut-êtrequ'il y aura quelqu'un qui va prendre letéléphoneet appeler with animal names. Pendomi Museum (Lesrépercussions de lapandémie) «Avec des conjoints qui ont perdu leur travail (Avec des conjoints qui ont perdu leur travail), Quest (te Sont entélétravailavec elles), Duke of Saint Exeter (...) Comment? The film of Touche's son, "?quit'écris?" C'étaitdéjàcomplexe avant, c'est encore plus complexe», is the verbal expression of a lady Langewan. «Notre Dame Cathedral in France, Puys of Dresden chose Encore. »Cadeaux and other surprises Plusieurs surprise is éauientaussi au menu au cous dece'émission. Une toile ludique, chatting on behalf of his son, the successor of Clémence Desrochers et remiseàla MSMC decorerl'un des murs de sadeuxième with a sense of humor. Chanel of France and Chanel of France, Castel of France, a singer of Senator Capella Chanel (Y'a des mots). Elle s'est aussiremémorésa propreexpérienceavec une intervenante. «Moi, what I said is my phrase. In these words, "T'es pas une erreur". (...) Puis quand je ne me crois plus, je penseàça. »Free training provided by TOU.TV.Chloé-AnneTouma, local journalism initiative, Chambly magazine
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Police said in a press release on Tuesday that a Calgary man suspected of being the head of a 500-person criminal organization engaged in drug trafficking is now facing new charges of trafficking in women for prostitution. The police charged 52-year-old Lawrence Orubor (Lawrence Orubor) as the head of a huge "family" drug distribution network. Last year, after a six-month police investigation, Orubor was charged with seldom cited instructions for drug trafficking and violent crimes against criminal organizations. The police said that drug dealers in his network sell small amounts of drugs to homeless drug users. Many criminal activities occurred near the docking center. The police said that since Orubor was arrested, DI staff and police have recorded "significant reduction in violence" in the urban area. Orubor was released on bail in November last year. But on January 7, the Calgary police executed a search warrant in a residence in the 2800 block of 16 Southeast Avenue, where Orubor was found accompanied by another person-his condition was not to be present-at the time Among his arrested persons was 3690 US dollars in cash. The police said that investigators now believe that Oruber and his co-conspirators gained financial benefits from trafficking women for prostitution. The police said at least two women were trafficked and at least one allegation stated that they would be beaten if they did not comply with the leaders and their associates. Victims get very little money and are easily demanded by leaders due to addiction. Staff Sgt said: "The group targets women who are vulnerable to manipulation and control due to addiction." Jodi Gach is in the release. "Even though they knew there was a huge network in Calgary, they killed at least two women we currently know. If you are a victim of human trafficking, please call the police. We can help." Now, Oruba (Orubar) was charged with the following other crimes: two material benefits of trafficking in persons. Every item of human trafficking, substantive benefits from sexual services, assaults, criminal proceeds and violations of release orders are counted. His bail was revoked in court on Tuesday, and he will remain in custody until a new bail is issued for all charges. The Second Suspect’s All-Canada Order The police also issued a Canadian plenipotentiary order against the second suspect’s 38-year-old Shakir Jamal. The reasons for his wanted include trafficking in persons, obtaining substantial benefits from trafficking, providing sexual services, using weapons and assault. Jamal is 125 pounds tall, 5'8 inches tall and has short black hair. He has a tattoo on his right face with "Family" written on it. Anyone with information on whereabouts should call the police non-emergency line at 403. -266-1234 or contact the crime preventer.
Washington — The days of President Donald Trump in office have been counted. But he has stopped working. In the past three weeks, a bomb has exploded in a large city, and the president said nothing about it. With Trump not acknowledging the terrible milestone, the coronavirus has surged to new levels of illness and death in the United States. The president's own words angered the mob to protest Mike Pence's lynching in the U.S. Capitol. Trump made no effort to reach out to the vice president. Trump only belatedly ordered the flag to be flown at half-mast in recognition of an officer who gave his life for defending the Capitol, and he was reluctant to describe the officials' behavior. On Tuesday, he denied any responsibility for inciting an uprising in the Capitol and said his comments to supporters were "completely appropriate." A small group of people—regardless of norms, leadership skills, basic demeanor—was jaw-dropping in his last few days in office, and even the private speeches of close advisers obliterated his legacy. There are currently six current government officials who are upset about the president’s actions in recent weeks. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they are still working for Trump. "Even after the election defeat, President Trump still has the opportunity to leave the White House with him. The person in charge swaggered to celebrate the achievements of the COVID-19 vaccine, the progress made in the Middle East, and the booming pre-pandemic economy driven by tax reforms, "Michael Steel, an aide to former Republican Senator John Boehner (John Boehner) said. He chose to indulge in fantasies and grievances. Therefore, the iconic image of the presidency will be a bloody, murderous mob that looted our democratic cathedral, the United States Capitol. Steele said. At the Capitol last Wednesday, Trump only reluctantly tweeted two tweets, calling for calm under the insistence of his aides, and a seemingly disturbing video, which included Jiang Te This message of Lampe conveyed to the riot. ERS: "We love you. You are special. Later, he played a presidential video on Thursday condemning the violence, apparently hoping to avoid potential legal exposure and efforts to remove him. Now, as the FBI warns of armed protests across the country and Washington, the president is elected Biden was sworn in, what Trump said in recent days to calm the mood or promise his supporters not to resort to violence. At the same time, Trump continued to spread lies about election fraud, his political opponents, and his party After voting on November 3, he retreated into a bunker of his own delusion, unable or unwilling to succumb to failure, and dragged down millions of people. Two months later, aides were still trying to convince Trump to do Efforts to show and save his will. The achievements in the office are limited. He agreed to go to Texas on Tuesday to visit the U.S.-Mexico border wall for the last time in the office. But he has not yet signed an assistant’s proposal requiring him to be at the end of his term. A speech delivered a week, emphasizing the development of the coronavirus vaccine and his efforts to increase military funding. Trump is unlikely to make a farewell speech before leaving office. This is the tradition of Trump’s stepping down as president. Trump’s actions make He lost his status as a megaphone because the social media company hung him from the platform with his provocative remarks. But Trump did not make any effort to restore his voice, avoiding TV interviews and communication The reporter’s interaction, on the contrary, Trump has been wandering in the White House, alternating between his private dining room outside the Oval Office and his mansion residence. A TV. Without Twitter or Facebook, he uses his mobile phone. Call the shrinking circle of aides and allies, claiming to be the role of the aggrieved. Since the holidays, Trump has directed his daily public schedule-hardly any public events-including the strange thing that he does work "President Trump will work from early morning until late at night. Guidance has become a propaganda slogan for the White House, and close aides say this obscures the fact: Trump actually no longer acts like the president after the election, and he cannot focus on anything. Trump has not given any intelligence briefings on his schedule in the past few months, even though aides say he sits with them sporadically. Last year, since the coronavirus has killed more than 375,000 Americans, he has taken little public or private measures to deal with the epidemic. A few weeks after one of the largest infiltrations of the US government’s computer network was nailed to Russia, Trump’s main response was to suggest that it might be China. Trump was puzzled by the election defeat, and many defenders faded away, but eventually fell to his White House chief of staff to defend the record of the past four years and ensure that the president is still working. "President Trump withdrew government regulations and established the strongest and most inclusive economy in history. This is the much-needed institutional accountability system that is bringing our troops home, developed in record time. A safe, effective vaccine, and has changed the way domestic and international transactions are done, so that the results actually help hard-working Americans." Trump spokesman Judd Deere said. "This important work continues with rebuilding our economy and fulfilling his promise to make the United States safer, stronger, and safer." Trump himself has made little effort recently to bring this up. argument. ___Editor's Note—Zeke Miller covers the White House for the Associated Press since 2017. ___Associated Press writer Jill Colvin contributed to this report. Associated Press Zeke Miller (Zeke Miller)
St. John’s, New Hampshire, is rebuilding its computer network instead of succumbing to the criminals who launched a cyber attack on the city in November. City manager John Colin updated the city council on Monday to rebuild the city’s IT system after the ransomware attack; he said that the ransom did not pay any ransom. Hackers initiate ransomware attacks by infecting computers with software, and often ask for funds in exchange for the end of the attack. Colin said that as soon as the November 13 attack was discovered, the city’s network was disconnected from the Internet. He said he did not believe that any personally identifying information (such as bank details) was stolen. "I am happy to report that we have no signs that he said that ransomware has spread from assets or systems owned by any city to other places." Colin would not say which parts of the network were affected by the attack, nor would he provide Any information, he said, can help "hostilities." He said: "We don't want to provide these criminals with any information that will help improve their tactics and skills, nor do we want to provide this information to imitators." However, Colin said, The attack has gone deep. He added that rebuilding the city’s IT system is more cost-effective than repairing the damage. "He said that it was not a repair, but we decided to build a brand new network." "This not only provides us with the opportunity to take advantage of all the latest innovations in network security and network design, but it also eliminates the possibility of using a repair system. There will be any residual risk of virus.” Collin said that the cost of network reconstruction will be covered by insurance and the city’s IT reserves. He said: "Due to this IT attack, we will not need to adjust any annual budget or change the services provided to the community." The reconstruction of the IT system is expected to take several months. Collin said that the full cost of the attack and system reconstruction is still being evaluated, adding that he will report to the council after knowing the total. The Canadian News Agency report was first released on January 12, 2021. Bessett is in Fredericton. Canadian Press
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The federal government and the PEI government are working together to provide more than $1 million in funding for the renovation of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown. Ottawa will donate 876,000 Canadian dollars based on the COVID-19 resilience of the Canadian Infrastructure Fund. The province will add another $219,000. The funding will modernize eight operating rooms and improve the air control and energy efficiency of Unit 1 (post-surgery unit) and Unit 5 (pediatrics). Terry Campbell, director of the acting hospital, said these upgrades are critical to the smooth operation of the hospital. The building is nearly 40 years old and has been undergoing upgrades during that time. He said: "These equipment is essentially the original equipment of the hospital, so it is time to upgrade it." "It is always difficult to find these dollars. This is expensive equipment, and this happens to be the perfect timing." Campbell Said that this is part of the master plan. The next project is a new roof, and eventually, the hospital plans to update the inpatient room. Health officials say that patient care will not be affected by the work to be done. In spring and summer, this work will be staggered. More on CBC PEI
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau commented on the announcement of the resignation of Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains on Tuesday, stating that he "worked tirelessly to build a better Canada for everyone." Baynes has been a member of the Mississauga-Malton Congress since 2008. He said in a video posted on Twitter on Tuesday morning that he planned to spend more time with his family and decided not to participate in the next general election.
LONDON-The coronavirus pandemic has forced TV hospital programs to face a key question-can you ignore the biggest medical crisis in recent decades and attract viewers with an escapist attitude? The medical show came to different conclusions, but Fox's "The Resident" chose a solution to this problem. The pandemic made its debut in the fourth season on Tuesday. Daniela Lamas, a staff member in the intensive care unit at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, also wrote: "Residents." She said that pretending that the pandemic never happened, and the discussion was held in the summer, but it was eventually rejected. "The question is whether people are willing to put up with her and say: "We don't know. The answer to this question is, we don't know. Whether we do it or not, we cannot sincerely claim a certain degree as a medical display. As far as medical accuracy is concerned, we cannot ignore the biggest public health crisis of our time. If these fictitious healthcare providers have not experienced real healthcare providers in this fictional world, we cannot expect people to see our role and believe in them. "The show, starring Matt Czuchry, Emily VanCamp and Manish Dayal, used thriller vision to diagnose medical mysteries and health care corruption in a fictional hospital in Atlanta, Chastain Memorial. Other American medical TV series " Good Doctor, Chicago Medicine, and Gray Anatomy focus on the impact of the pandemic on health care workers this season. In Gray, the main character Meredith Gray is in contact with the virus. In intensive care. "The goal-probably a goal shared by many TV shows-that is, can we show people other things they might not know? Lama explained. "Residents," like their contemporaries, include story lines that emphasize the disproportionate impact of the virus on people of color, people who are unable to isolate, and the importance of masks. Lamas said: "No matter what. In terms of resources or PPE, the money is also very suitable for our performance. "Residents" are one of the products that donate masks to real medical staff. They are used as props and continue to use lower-level masks in the show to avoid running out of consumables. They also gave up the last-minute corridor rupture The dramatic surgical intervention provided by the number, which can usually provide a plot of life or "People want to know, can we take someone for a major operation?" I mean, we definitely can. But does this reflect the true story? The meaning of COVID is to wait. This is closely related to the decision surrounding intubation. About isolation. Therefore, I think that I am really willing to tell this story, not a major operation, the alarm sounded loudly, and the restoration of the story is something we must tell. "Unlike "Grey Anatomy", "The Resident" will not retain the front and center of the coronavirus after the opening, to relieve some of the pressure from now on. "I think'Grey's' did this on their beach. I think it’s their escape from reality, and I like that," said the dreamlike story of Ellen Pompeo’s Meredith during her illness, said the Lama. But I think This need, desire to enable people to both understand the medical reality and escape from reality, entertain, and ultimately hope that this will not exist forever.” “The COVID will always be our existence throughout the entire process of the fourth quarter, but we hope this will not The audience will feel overwhelmed, we can find the balance between the two, and it is a balance, joy and hopeful thing," Matt Kuzu, who plays Conrad Hawkins (Conrad Hawkins) Li (Matt Czuchry) said. It's as simple as not wearing a mask all the time, and hopefully it says: "Hey, we can get there. You know, we can go beyond this; we can overcome this." But in order to be able to say that, we must solve this In reality, this is very difficult and painful for many people. ABC's "Good Doctor" starred Freddie Highmore and had two episodes that played the "frontline" of COVID-19 before entering the post-pandemic world. "Residents" took a similar approach. At the beginning of the opener , The personal and political impact of the virus’ return to Chadstone Memorial Hall-before placement Hawkins, nurses Nic Nevins and Dr. Devon Pravesh will enter a A safer future. The impact of the pandemic will still affect the characters, but the crisis has passed, which may enable the real medical staff to understand their future. For example, like a lama, she is eagerly paying attention to the performance of the hospital: "I may be a minority, because I will not miss any episode of medical drama," she said, "Many nurses in the medical ICU are watching'The Resident'. We talk about'grey'. "For many people, this is how they see the hospital, those who are lucky enough not to see the hospital through themselves or their family. For those of us who work in hospitals, it is useful to see this version of realism on TV as a way to escape reality. "Associated Press Hilary Fox (Hilary Fox),
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LONDON-The Prime Minister of Ireland said on Tuesday that the country must “face up to the full truth of our past” because the long-awaited report described decades of harm to unmarried women and their babies by church-run houses, where there are thousands of Infant Michel Martin (Micheal Martin) said that in the past few decades, young women and their children have paid a heavy price for Ireland’s “bad religious ethics”. "Our attitudes towards sex and intimacy are completely distorted. He said: "Young mothers and their sons and daughters have paid a heavy price for this dysfunction. "Martin said he will formally apologize to the state on behalf of the Irish Parliament on Wednesday. The Baby Home said that in the 20th century, 9,000 children were killed in 18 different homes for mothers and babies. Among all children born at home, 15% died, almost twice the national infant mortality rate. The report said: "At that time, local and national authorities were aware of the high mortality rate and recorded it in official publications. "In the liquidation process of the overwhelming majority of Roman Catholic Ireland, part of it was a history of abuse in church offices, including avoiding and humiliating unmarried mothers, many of whom were forced to give up baby support. Churches in Ireland operate houses 20 Most of the century was orphans, unmarried pregnant women and their babies. Since 2014, historian Catherine Corless has tracked nearly 800 former Bon Secours in Duam, County Galway, Western Ireland Since the death certificates of the children who died in the mothers and infants’ homes, these institutions have been subject to strict public scrutiny-but only one funeral investigator was able to find one 10,000 people containing the remains of babies and toddlers in the underground sewage structure of a house. Tomb, which was operated by the order of a Catholic nun, was closed in 1961. The Commission of Inquiry said that about 56,000 unmarried mothers and about 57,000 children lived in the houses investigated, with the largest number of admissions in the 1960s and early 1970s. The last house was closed until 1998. "Although maternal and child homes are not unique to Ireland, the proportion of unmarried mothers in Ireland who entered maternal and child homes or county-level institutions in the 20th century may be the highest in the world. The committee said that women’s lives “suffered due to pregnancy outside of marriage, and their children’s fathers, their immediate family members, and the wider community took a toll on their lives. "The vast majority of children in these institutions are "illegitimate children." Therefore, the Prime Minister has been discriminated against throughout his life." The Prime Minister added that the report "raised deep questions for the entire Irish society." "What is not described in this report. It was imposed on us by us. Any foreign power," he said. "As a society, we did it to ourselves." Jill Lawless, Associated Press
Moscow-The Russian prison department has asked the Moscow court to sentence Alexei Navalny, the top critic of the Kremlin, to imprisonment for violating the terms of imprisonment and probation. Navalny was treated in Germany after being poisoned in August and blamed the nerve agent on the Kremlin on Tuesday for accusing Russian President Vladimir Putin (Vladimir Putin) of supporting the new legal motion. "Putin was so angry with me for being poisoned that he ordered the Federal Penitentiary Service to replace my probation with a real sentence," Navani wrote on Twitter. The Kremlin has repeatedly denied playing a role in the poisoning of opposition leaders. The Russian government did not immediately comment on the appeal against the Simonovsky Court of Justice published on the Prison Service website. At the end of December, the Federal Prison Service asked Navani to report his conviction for corruption and money laundering in 2014 The probation clause he refused was politically motivated. The department warned that if he did not appear in court, he would face imprisonment time. Navalny said his probation ended on December 30. He also pointed out that the European Court of Human Rights had ruled that his 2014 conviction was illegal. Navalny fell into a coma during this period. On August 20, he took a domestic flight from Siberia to Moscow. Two days later, he was transferred from a hospital in Siberia to a hospital in Berlin. Laboratory tests by the Chemical Weapons Prohibition Organization were conducted in laboratories in Germany, France, and Sweden. The Russian authorities insisted that the doctor who treated Navalny in Siberia before he was airlifted to Germany did not find any poison, and proposed to German officials. Asked to prove that he was poisoned. They refused to conduct a full criminal investigation for lack of evidence of Navalny's poisoning. Last month, Navalny released a recording of a phone call, which he said he called to a person who claimed to be an officer. Allegedly a member of the Federal Security Bureau (FSB), he poisoned him in August and then tried to cover it up. The FSB rejected the record as a fake record. Navalny's colleagues described the latest move by the prison service as the Kremlin's attempt to prevent him from returning to Russia to continue his political activities. "They seem to be in hysteria and want to know what else can be done to prevent this from happening. Navalny returns to Russia," his spokeswoman Kira Yarmysh said on Twitter. Associated Press Vladimir Isachenkov (Vladimir Isachenkov)
The Windsor-Essex County Health Department reported 16 new COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday, almost all of whom are residents of long-term care and nursing homes. 175 new cases of the virus were also found in the area, bringing the cumulative number of cases to 9,990. Theresa Marentette, WECHU's chief executive, said that 14 of the people who died recently lived in elderly homes. Nearly half of the facilities (21 houses) in the area are still in an outbreak, and there are hundreds of COVID-19 cases among residents and staff. At the same time, Malente said that efforts are being made to vaccinate residents, staff and basic nursing staff in nursing homes. She said that after Tuesday, 13 of the 24 families in the area are expected to complete the vaccination. The update comes as the province is scheduled to release new epidemic models and public health measures on Tuesday. Dr. Wajid Ahmed, a medical staff member of the Ministry of Health, said that he did not know the consequences of the new restrictions, but said that measures to limit the number of people gathered would be a welcome sign. He said: "I really hope that no matter what decision or recommendation is made, it will help us reduce the number of cases." Although the number of cases has declined in recent days, there are currently 2661 cases of COVID-19 active. Case. Of the 175 cases announced on Monday, 19 were related to the outbreak, 9 were closely linked to confirmed cases, 3 were acquired by the community, and 144 are still under investigation. There are 99 people in the hospital in the area, including 17 in the ICU. Dozens of active outbreaks There are 45 active outbreaks in the region. Three community environments-the Hope Salvation Army Center and two assisted living areas in southwestern Ontario-are also actively erupting. There were two outbreaks on the Ouellette campus of Windsor Regional Hospital. The outbreak is active in 19 workplaces: four in the agricultural sector in Leamington. There are five agricultural departments in Kingsville. There are three in Windsor's health care and social assistance department. One of Leamington's health care and social assistance departments. One of the food and beverage service industries in Windsor. One of the personal services provided by LaSalle. Three of the Windsor Public Administration settings. A retail location in Essex. There are 21 active outbreaks in long-term care and retirement facilities: Chartwell Royal Marquis, with 1 resident case and 1 staff case, Harrow Woods Retirement Home, with 3 resident cases and 1 staff case, located in Seasons Retirement Home in Amherstburg, there are 2 staff cases in Devonshire’s retirement home in Windsor, there are 9 resident cases and 2 staff cases, Iler Lodge in Essex, there are 2 staff cases, Chartwell Royal Oak in Kingsville has two staff cases. Rosewood Erie Glen in Leamington has 15 resident cases and 3 staff cases and 4 staff cases in Chateau Park in Windsor. The Leamington Mennonite House in Leamington Royal has six staff cases. The Brouillette estate in Tecumseh has 3 staff cases. The Augustine Villa in Kingsville has 34 residents and 4 employees. Sunrise assisted in life in Windsor. There were 8 resident cases and 8 staff cases. The Huron Village in Windsor has 44 permanent residents and 23 staff cases. Sun Parlor Home in Remington has seven staff cases. The Banwell Gardens Nursing Center in Windsor has 106 cases of permanent residents and 42 cases of staff. Shoreview on the banks of the Windsor River has 24 resident cases and 9 staff cases. Extendicare Tecumseh, there are 80 cases of permanent residence and 51 cases of staff. The Berkshire Care Center in Windsor has 93 residents and 58 employees. 149 resident cases and 109 employee cases in St. Clair Village, Windsor. There are three residents and three staff in the rural village of Woodsley. Aspen Lake village in Tecumseh, 50 cases of permanent residents and 21 cases of staff.
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