Judge who took Ontario law school post broke rules review finds but

first_imgTORONTO – A respected Ontario Superior Court justice broke the rules by accepting a temporary dean’s posting at an Indigenous law school but does not deserve to lose his job, a review concluded on Tuesday.The review, which had sparked an intense and ongoing backlash, found that Justice Patrick Smith might have been well intentioned but should nevertheless have refused to become interim dean at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ont.“This is not a case involving bad behaviour or improper motives,” the panel of the Canadian Judicial Council concluded. “Justice Smith was motivated by a genuine desire to use his skills, background and experience to help the faculty in a time of crisis.”According to the panel, Smith violated Section 55 of the Judges Act. Among other things, the act requires judges to devote themselves exclusively to their judicial duties and to avoid involvement in any controversy or public debate that could expose them to political attack.Following the panel’s findings, it was left to the chairman of the council’s conduct committee, Quebec’s Associate Chief Justice Robert Pidgeon, to decide on next steps. Pidgeon said he agreed with the panel and, given that Smith had already resigned from the dean’s post, the council needed to take no further action against him.Smith had no comment on Tuesday but his lawyer, Brian Gover, expressed dismay the council had rendered its decision despite the judge’s request to Federal Court to review the matter. The council, Gover said, should have waited for the court review, which is likely to be heard early next year.“We expect to proceed with the application for judicial review and our motion for the production of the CJC’s entire (Smith) file,” said Gover, who called the council process “completely unsatisfactory.”Gover had previously said the legal community was in shock at the CJC’s review and called the decision to go ahead with the investigation without a complaint a “strange irregularity.”Norman Sabourin, the executive director of the council, said in an interview that he stood by his decision to launch the probe. Sabourin said council is obligated to act whenever judicial misconduct is suspected.“The report of the review panel makes clear there was an issue with the judge’s conduct,” Sabourin said from Ottawa. “It’s also beneficial that there is clear understanding now of the obligations for judges.”Sabourin refused to comment on the judicial review issue, saying council took the position Federal Court had no jurisdiction over its proceedings. The public interest required the council to complete its work, Sabourin said.Some Indigenous leaders objected when Lakehead invited Smith in April to take on a six-month appointment as academic dean of the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law after the previous dean, Angelique Eagle Woman, alleged systemic racism at the school and resigned.The interim appointment, approved by the province’s chief justice and which drew no objections from the federal government, was intended to fill the role only until Eagle Woman’s permanent replacement could be found. Smith took up the post June 1 but resigned three months later.The fact that Smith took leave from the courtroom did not remove the prohibition against carrying on extra-judicial duties, the panel said.“Justice Smith has an ethical obligation as a judge to avoid involvement in public debate that may unnecessarily expose him to political attack or be inconsistent with the dignity of judicial office,” the review panel said in its report.“There were also reputational risks to Justice Smith and to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice associated with lending their support to the faculty of law at Lakehead during a time of crisis.”At the same time, the panel decided the conduct was not serious enough to warrant his removal from the bench.last_img read more

Egyptian Soap-Opera Shows Belly Dancer Wearing Moroccan Flag Costume Outrages Moroccans

Casablanca – A scene in an Egyptian television series recently stirred up controversy on Moroccan social media when it showed a “sexy” belly dancer with an unmistakably Moroccan flag design on her dance costume.Although the dust has barely settled on Egyptian TV presenter, Amany El-Khayat’s disparaging remarks about Morocco in her daily show, a new “affront” to Morocco by Egyptian media has surfaced, seemingly magnifying tensions.A scene in the 29th episode of the Egyptian series “Fifa Atata” shows the picture a belly dancer posing at the entrance of an Egyptian night club wearing a costume featuring design elements of the Moroccan flag, with the message “Tonight and every night with Anouma” shown next to her. The belly dancer’s costume features the two colors of the Moroccan flag—green and red—with the green pentangle that is at the center of the Moroccan flag dangling down over the dancer’s midriff.This episode of the Egyptian series quickly went viral on Moroccan social media soon after it had been uploaded to Youtube, outraging many Moroccans, who found it “offensively provoking” and inconsiderate given the climate of outrage that Amany El-Khayat’s offensive remarks on Morocco had already engendered.“Targeting Morocco with offensive content seems today’s most efficient way of getting media attention,” read a comment on the Youtube video. According to Moroccan fans of the Egyptian series, the appearance of the Moroccan flag in the 29th episode was unwarranted, since no mention of Morocco or anything related to it had been made in preceding episodes.Some Moroccans wondered whether the scene in “Fifa Atata” is a deliberate attempt on the part of Egyptian media to offend Moroccans—especially given its airing so soon after El-Khayat’s assertion that Morocco’s “economy is based on prostitution” (El Khayat subsequently apologized on the air to Moroccans and the Moroccan King over what she said) — or whether it merely represents the “Egyptian way” of celebrating Moroccans. The latter was judged less likely by the majority of Moroccans.Edited by Elisabeth Myers© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed read more

Morocco Suspends Poultry Imports from France over Avian Flu

Rabat – The Moroccan National Health Security Office of Food (ONSSA) announced Thursday the temporary suspension of all imports of poultry and all poultry products from France.In response to the outbreak of the highly pathogenic H5 avian flu in poultry in France last November (strains H5N1, H5N2 and H5N9), poultry and all poultry products imported from the Republic is suspended, ONSSA announced on Thursday in a statement.Given the importance of breeder chicks supplied from France in Morocco’s domestic poultry sector (France provides over 60 percent of its needs), ONSSA conducted an assessment of health risks associated with adopting the principle of “health zoning.” “Health zoning” is a regulation recommended by the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), of which Morocco is a member, said ONSSA, adding that the US and all member countries of the EU apply this principle.In the wake of this measure, new versions of health certificates have been validated with the official veterinary authorities of exporting countries such as France, the US, the UK and Spain.The same source said that imported chicks arriving in Morocco were subjected to further analysis and remain under the mandated supervision of private veterinarians, as well as the veterinary services of ONSSA.ONSSA added that many countries that continue to import poultry from France and other exporting countrieshave recently reported cases of avian bird flu.The office reassures consumers that no cases of the highly pathogenic avian influenza were detected in Morocco. read more

All carbon policies carry a price despite HarperMulcair hot air

“Price on carbon is coming. It’s here, to some extent.”OTTAWA — Any measure to reduce carbon emissions has a price — regardless of what Stephen Harper or Tom Mulcair has to say.Whether it be a cap-and-trade system, a full-fledged carbon tax or the federal government’s sector-by-sector regulations, each policy to curtail the amount of greenhouse gases sent into the atmosphere comes with a hefty price tag — as well as considerable benefits.The differences between the policies are many, however. Who pays the price? How transparent is the price on carbon? And how effective is the policy in reducing emissions in time to meet international commitments?These questions are barely being discussed in the deafening Conservative attack on NDP climate policies that kicked off this week’s new session of Parliament.“What my concern is is that there is no way to have a rational debate about sound policy against climate change in Canada. Without carbon pricing, you cannot succeed,” a frustrated Liberal MP Stephane Dion said.“It’s not the only answer, but it’s part of the answer.”The Conservatives are accusing the NDP of trying to spring a nasty “tax on everything” on the public, through its carbon-pricing proposal to set up a cap-and-trade system.“Canadians and people across the globe know we have a government smart enough to reject dumb ideas like a $20-billion carbon tax,” Harper told the House of Commons on Monday.A cap-and-trade system is not the same as a carbon tax.Both policies would reduce carbon emissions and would come with a cost that industry and consumers would have to pay in one way or another. But they function in very different ways.With a cap-and-trade system, the country’s main emitters would pay the government to buy permits to emit greenhouse gases, and then trade them so that the companies that can cut emissions most efficiently is effectively paid by other companies to do so.It’s the policy favoured by the NDP, and it used to be the leading option for the federal Conservatives as well. Alberta has already adopted a version of cap-and-trade, as has Quebec. Ontario and Manitoba have committed to moving in that direction.Analysis done by American officials has shown that a cap-and-trade system in the United States reduced the cost of reducing emissions by about 50%, compared to a traditional regulatory approach, says University of Ottawa professor Stewart Elgie, chair of the Sustainable Prosperity think tank.A carbon tax is even cheaper, if the British Columbia experience is a guide, Elgie said.There, the provincial government has been able to use revenue from its carbon tax to lower income tax, more than making up for the higher cost of gasoline that consumers feel at the pumps, he said.Plus, a carbon tax can be implemented quickly, without the government having to go industry by industry to examine who is emitting what, and how, and then decide how to limit the emissions.“They’re different systems. One limits emissions, the other puts a price on carbon. They both can work. They’re both more effective than conventional…regulation,” Elgie said.“The idea that either a tax or a trading system would hurt the economy is dead wrong. The evidence is all to the contrary. Just look at B.C. and Alberta, look at six European countries that have done this. In fact it’s the absence of a carbon price that can hurt the economy.”Indeed, federal documentation shows there is no free lunch.The federal policy of regulating emitters sector by sector — “command and control,” as business likes to call the approach — also carries hidden costs.Buried deep in federal regulations to restrict emissions in the coal-fired electricity sector, officials explain that the costs of those new rules is about $16-billion in today’s terms. About half of the cost is due to increased consumption of natural gas that will be the side-effect of cracking down on coal.The coal regs come with benefits too, which federal officials estimate will more than offset the costs by a margin of $7-billion. That’s because of the savings on health care, power generation and dealing with climate change.Similarly, the cost associated with regulations on emissions for heavy vehicles is about $800-million, by far offset by benefits worth $5-billion. And passenger vehicle rules are expected to cost Canada $4.2-billion, offset by benefits of $13.4-billion.So even though the Conservatives are not even close to finishing regulating emitters — they still have to do oil and gas, and several other major sectors — the costs are already well above the $20-billion Harper accuses Mulcair’s plan of costing.The benefits are also substantial, just as they would be with a carbon tax or a cap-and-trade scheme, experts say.But sector-by-sector regulations require heavy-handed government control and lead to uncertainty and unpredictable politicking, businesses frequently complain.Plus, numerous experts including the federal environment auditor and the now-defunct National Roundtable on Environment and the Economy say that the policies will not be in place soon enough for Canada to reach its international commitments to cut emissions by 2020.Elgie argued that delaying a clear price on carbon is also costing Canadians dearly. He points to B.C. forests decimated by pine beetles, and the loss of a way of life in the North.Regardless of what is said at the federal level, a price on carbon is steadily becoming a reality in Canada — through provincial policy, and through international market pressure, says Josh Laughren, director of climate and energy at the Canadian branch of the World Wildlife Fund.Carbon pricing “is not a dirty word anywhere except in the Ottawa bubble,” he said in a recent interview.With most of the big provinces already having adopted or moving towards emissions-control schemes, it’s only a matter of time before a pan-Canadian arrangement becomes a necessity, he added.“Price on carbon is coming. It’s here, to some extent.” read more

ExTranscontinental employees hoping to breathe new life into local papers

MONTREAL — As Transcontinental sells off its weekly newspaper portfolio, many of its former employees are jumping at the chance to get into the publishing business by snapping up the publications.And they are hoping to succeed where the media and publishing firm had encountered difficulties in recent years: by re-establishing its place within local communities.“The decline (of income) we experienced was because we forgot that the news had to be local,” said Dave Beaunoyer, a former regional executive with Transcontinental who heads a group that took over French newsmagazine L’Express in August.Transcontinental (TSX:TCL.A) put its 93 newspapers in Quebec and Ontario up for sale in April.Of the eight transactions the company has concluded since then, three were with former employees who’ve decided to give the newspaper business a shot.Transcontinental had centralized many aspects of the operation related to production, sales, marketing and editorial — a move that eroded the flexibility of the weekly newspapers, say the former employees-turned publishers.“Transcontinental was filled with good intentions,” Beaunoyer said. “But, for example, spring doesn’t arrive everywhere in Quebec at the same time so when we produced a section on gardening for the entire chain, the results weren’t always successful.”It’s a similar refrain from the president of Gravite Media, Julie Voyer, who spent 11 years with the company, most notably as general manager for the region south of Montreal.Voyer got a hold of six newspapers serving those suburbs last month and took it as an opportunity to re-establish links with local advertisers who’d drifted away and opted for online advertising.“If I am an advertiser and I am called by an office in Montreal telling me my payment is late, even if I almost always respect the deadlines, it is not pleasant feeling,” Voyer said. “The customer wasn’t treated as well as before.”Transcontinental spokeswoman Katherine Chartrand says the company was pleased to see employees take an interest in the publications for sale. Twenty have been sold already, but she wouldn’t say whether other sales were in the work.She noted that the company’s decision to consolidate activities stemmed from a time when it operated newspapers in Saskatchewan, Ontario and the Maritimes.But she added it may not be the best model for all regions.Faced with the rise of digital advertising, Beaunoyer and Voyer say they’re aware of the challenges ahead but add that the titles they’ve acquired are profitable.In 2016, before Transcontinental decided to leave the local news sector, the media division accounted for only 15.5 per cent of its $2 billion in revenues, compared to 19 per cent of total revenues in 2015.When the sales process was announced, the company’s regional newspaper network had about 1,000 employees, compared to about 1,500 by the end of 2016.Going forward, Beaunoyer says he’ll be looking at other revenue sources, such as offering up graphic design services.He says he was able to finance his purchase with the help of local business owners who don’t interfere with editorial content.Colette Brin, director of Universite Laval’s centre for media studies, says it’s difficult to know whether making inroads with local communities is a sustainable, long-term business model for the regional press.“The return on investment for an advertiser today is much less clear in a weekly compared to an advertisement on Google … where one can measure the impact of an advertisement,” she said.“This is the challenge.”Follow @JulienArsenault on Twitter. read more

Indian police ready to grill Lankan doctors over kidney racket

Investigators had identified 60 donors and 60 recipients connected to the racket. Over a dozen accomplices of the kingpin too are on the radar of the police. The entire work of the illegal transplantation of human organs came to a standstill in South Asia following the Lankan government decision, Duggal said.Nalgonda police arrested eight paid donors and the kingpin of the international kidney racket, Suresh Prajapathi, prompting the Sri Lankan government to take the decision. Prajapathi admitted to his interrogators that five of his associates, who played a key role in facilitating the kidney transplantations in Lankan hospitals, are still holed up in Colombo. Six doctors of Sri Lanka practicing in Colombo and some Indian doctors working in different hospitals in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, will be questioned by the Nalgonda district police in the recently busted kidney racket.While the doctors in Colombo had performed surgeries related to transplantation of kidneys there, the doctors in Ahmedabad conducted diagnostic tests on the patients and donors. To take the case to the logical end, interrogation of the doctors in Colombo is necessary, said Nalgonda Superintendent of Police Vikram Jeet Duggal, The Hindu newspaper reported. Welcoming the Sri Lankan government’s decision to suspend the kidney transplantation surgeries of foreigners in the country, the SP said it would help expedite investigation into the racket. “Working with Sri Lankan investigating team is necessary for us since the conspiracy and execution of the racket took place in India and Sri Lanka,” he told The Hindu . read more

Annan hails Haitis parliamentary elections as crucial step on road to peace

The calm atmosphere in which the second round of Haiti’s parliamentary elections took place on Friday represents a crucial step towards placing the impoverished and strife-torn Caribbean country on the path to peaceful and stable development, United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan said today.“It will be essential for the country’s progress that all elements of Haiti’s political spectrum and the various branches of Haiti’s Government work in a spirit of close cooperation to ensure that this opportunity is fully grasped,” he added in a statement issued by his spokesman.The statement paid tribute to the “excellent collaboration between Haiti and the international community that resulted in an exemplary logistical and technical process.”The UN helped organize the poll, together with February’s presidential vote, as part of its peacekeeping mission in the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. The UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) was established in 2004 after an insurgency forced elected President Jean-Bertrand Aristide to go into exile. Former President René Préval won the February’s election. read more

UN rights office disappointed to see Malaysian opposition leader prison sentence upheld

The Federal Court agreed with a decision made by the Appeals Court in March 2014, which sentenced Mr. Ibrahim to five years in prison on charges of sodomy, a crime that should not exist under international human rights law, said the High Commissioner’s spokesperson, Rupert Colville, briefing press in Geneva.Mr. Colville said Mr. Ibrahim had faced a number of charges and lengthy judicial processes after removal from the Government in 1998.“There were allegations that that case had been politically motivated and the trial marred by violations of due process rights in relation to the opportunities provided to the defence, raising concerns about the fairness of the judicial process,” said Mr. Colville. “In addition, Mr. Ibrahim had been investigated and his lawyers prosecuted under the 1948 Sedition Act for speaking about the case.”Mr. Colville added that OHCHR was highly concerned by the increasing use of the Sedition Act in “an apparently arbitrary and selective fashion,” against political opposition, human rights activists, journalists, lawyers and university professors in Malaysia since 2014. read more

Vancouver Lake health advisory downgraded

first_imgClark County Public Health has downgraded the health advisory at Vancouver Lake from warning to caution. While blooms of cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, are still present at the lake, recent test samples from the water show low levels of toxins, according to a Public Health news release.“The toxins produced by blue-green algae can be harmful to people and deadly for small pets,” the news release reads.Warning signs at the lake are being replaced with caution signs, which will remain as long as the blooms are present. More water samples will be collected next week and public health will to monitor local bodies of water.Public Health advises that toxin levels could increase as conditions at the lake change, especially if warmer weather arrives, since blooms feed off of sunlight and warmth.For now, health officials recommend no swimming or water skiing near areas of scum, no drinking lake water, not water contact for animals near areas of scum, avoid areas of scum while boating and make sure to clean fish well and discard organs.last_img read more

Boat found unattended operator waded to safety

first_imgOfficials mounted a search-and-rescue mission Tuesday afternoon after learning that a drift boat had been found wedged against a partially submerged log on the North Fork of the Lewis River with no fishermen to be seen.About 2 p.m., officials with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office rushed to the scene near the Haapa boat launch, several miles east of Woodland in far-north Clark County.Fire District 6 sent its rescue boat and crew, the Vancouver Fire Department sent its Heavy Rescue 5 tool truck and members of the Southwest Washington Organization of Rescue Divers responded as well.Sheriff’s deputies found a cell phone, damaged by the water, with the boat and used information on its SIM card to find the boat’s owner, according to a bulletin from Dawn Johnson, spokeswoman with Fire District 6.As it turned out, a Vancouver man had borrowed the boat from the owner and was alone on the water when the mishap occurred. He waded to shore and was not injured.last_img read more

Baha Men is the Black Smash Mouth and Its Time to Admit

first_imgStay on target ‘Cannon Busters’ Is The Black Anime We’ve Been Waiting…‘Dolemite Is My Name’ Trailer Shows Bawdy Blaxploitation Biopic Somebody (my colleague Will Greenwald) once told me that “All Star” by Smash Mouth is “the leitmotif of the internet.” And when I heard that perfect description of this modern musical masterpiece I remembered how grateful I am to work with great writers. “All Star” has become this Ur-meme that countless other jokes revolve around. From Neil Cicierega’s body of work to newfound appreciation of Shrek and Guy Fieri to one of our favorite Steamed Hams remixes. They all owe a debt to this Top 40 hit turned ironic Holy Grail.We as a people have arguably gotten more joy out of this clean pop ska punk song from its internet ubiquity today than we ever got from its radio and movie soundtrack ubiquity in the late 1990s/early 2000s. And thankfully the endless parade of hilarious “All Star” jokes doesn’t seem like it’ll be stopping anytime soon.But the internet is a big place with room for lots of memes. Something like “Walk the Dinosaur” is arguably an innately funnier song with funnier resultant memes (and an email I got from the band Was Not Was suggest they agree). “All Star” shouldn’t be the only meme song in town.So what should be the next music meme miracle? Let me suggest something many of you out there may have felt but could never quite articulate. The Baha Men, the singers of “Who Let the Dogs Out?” are the Black Smash Mouth and should be celebrated as such.That may sound insulting, and that’s not a totally inaccurate reading, but I don’t mean any malice. I also don’t mean to imply that the modern version of traditional Bahamian junkanoo music the Baha Men perform has the same artistic merit as whatever comes out of Steve Harwell’s mouth. I’m not even trying to say the history of the musicians between the respective bands line up in any way. The Baha Men have been around since 1980 while Smash Mouth didn’t form until 1994.But the parallels are just too powerful. Both “All Star” and “Who Let the Dogs Out?” reached the height of their powers around the same time around the turn of the new millennium. Both could be heard constantly in pop soundtracks for popular movies and kids shows. Both are absurd in underappreciated ways in their lyrics and general sound. Both were basically the first and last big hits for their respective bands since no one cares about “Walking on the Sun” or “Move It Like This.”Maybe the reason “All Star” gets all the meme love is because it’s a worse song sung by more goonish-looking people. Or maybe the Shrek bump is just that strong. But as an online humor enthusiast, I just want to see more variety in my meme music needle drops. And “Who Let the Dogs Out?” by the Baha Men seems like a safe start. Imagine a mash-up between that and M’Baku’s barking from Black Panther? I just came up with that right now and I already want to see and laugh at it for real. It’s like Ugandan Knuckles but way, way, way less racist.Buy Baha Men – Greatest Movie HitsBuy All Star: The Smash HitsLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

My MustHave Apps Tools for Paying Bills Getting Around and Saving Time

first_imgBill.com Paying bills can be exceptionally time consuming for a small company. Which is why Hsu uses Bill.com as his accounts payable department, taking tedious tasks such as approvals and printing and mailing checks digital. He estimates that the app saves his clients four days a month and his company thousands of dollars a year, since they no longer need an accounts payable department. Convenience is another factor, since people don’t need to be physically available to sign a check or approve a payment. “One of our clients was trying to purchase a $50,000 media buy and couldn’t find [the company’s] owner,” Hsu says. “We finally located him on vacation, and he was able to approve the purchase from his smartphone while standing in line at Disneyland.” Register Now » Lyft. When Hsu headed out of the train station into the -2 degree weather, he was thrilled that he did not have to hail a cab or stand in a long taxi line. He had already used his Lyft app while on the train to call a cab, and it was waiting at the curb to take him to his hotel. “I travel a lot for business and constantly use this app to request the type of transportation that I need to be available when I need it,” Hsu says. “I can even set my preferences to include the type of music I want playing in the car.” Since his credit card is already stored in the app, the drive automatically bills him through the app and eliminates the scramble for cash if the cab’s credit card machine is broken. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Line. Since both his family and some business clients are overseas, Hsu relies on the Line app, a tool that allows those with the app to make calls and send messages for free. “When I travel overseas, people can find me whether I am in Europe or Asia without worrying about the telephone network issues or fees,” Hsu says. “It really helps me stay connected no matter where I am.” He especially likes that the app was simple enough for his parents to master. Maybe too simple. His mom has started to use the app to send photos of products she can’t find in Asia for him bring from the States on his next visits. center_img Michael Hsu likes to say that every number tells a story. Instead of starting a traditional accounting firm focusing on taxes and compliance, his firm, Deep Sky, helps businesses compile relevant data and use the story this information tells to make effective decisions for their company. “At the end of the month our clients can take a glance at a one page report to see what aspects of their business are currently working well, what areas need improvements and what changes to make,” Says Hsu.Of course this digital company is run with virtual offices. To keep up with clients and all ten of his employees across the United States, it’s essential that Hsu stay connected. He does that with the help of these three apps. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. May 8, 2014 3 min readlast_img read more

Nobel Prize Winner Give Scientists Time to Make CuriosityDriven Discoveries

first_imgDonna Stickland was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in December 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden. Her work “paved the way toward the most intense laser pulses ever created.” (Credit: Bengt Nyman/Wikimedia Commons)Since the announcement that I won the Nobel Prize in physics for chirped pulse amplification, or CPA, there has been a lot of attention on its practical applications.It is understandable that people want to know how it affects them. But as a scientist, I would hope society would be equally interested in fundamental science. After all, you can’t have the applications without the curiosity-driven research behind it. Learning more about science — science for science’s sake — is worth supporting.Gérard Mourou, my co-recipient of the Nobel Prize, and I developed CPA in the mid-1980s. It all started when he wondered if we could increase laser intensity by orders of magnitude — or by factors of a thousand. He was my doctoral supervisor at the University of Rochester back then. Mourou suggested stretching an ultrashort pulse of light of low energy, amplifying it and then compressing it. As the graduate student, I had to handle the details.Revolutionizing Laser PhysicsThe goal was to revolutionize the field of high-intensity laser physics, a fundamental area of science. We wanted the laser to show us how high-intensity light changes matter, and how matter affects light in this interaction.Noble Prize winner Donna Strickland in her lab at the University of Waterloo. She was awarded the prize for her groundbreaking inventions in the field of laser physics which has a variety of applications, including corrective laser eye surgery. (Credit: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette)It took me a year to build the laser. We proved that we could increase laser intensity by orders of magnitude. In fact, CPA led to the most intense laser pulses ever recorded. Our findings changed the world’s understanding of how atoms interact with high-intensity light.It was about a decade before practical uses common today eventually came into view.Many Practical ApplicationsBecause the high-intensity pulses are short, the laser only damages the area where it’s applied. The result is precise, clean cuts that are ideal for transparent materials. A surgeon can use CPA to slice a patient’s cornea during laser eye surgery. It cleanly cuts the glass parts in our cell phones.Scientists are taking what we know about high-intensity lasers and are working on a way to use the most intense CPA lasers to accelerate protons.Hopefully, one day these accelerated particles will help surgeons remove brain tumors that they can’t today. In the future, CPA lasers might remove space junk by pushing it out of our orbit and to the Earth’s atmosphere, where it will burn up and not collide with active satellites.In many cases, the practical applications lag several years or even decades behind the original findings.Albert Einstein created the equations for the laser in 1917, but wasn’t until 1960 that Theodore Maiman first demonstrated the laser. Isidor Rabi first measured nuclear magnetic resonance in 1938. He received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1944 for his research, which led to the invention of magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI. The first MRI exam on a human patient took place in 1977.[embedded content]Prof. Donna Strickland delivers the Nobel Lecture in Physics 2018.Certainly, applications deserve a lot of attention. Before you can get to them though, researchers first have to understand the basic questions behind them.The term fundamental science may give some the false impression that it doesn’t really affect their lives because it seems far removed from anything relatable to them. What’s more, the term basic has the non-scientific definition of simple that undermines its importance in the context of basic science.We must give scientists the opportunity through funding and time to pursue curiosity-based, long-term, basic-science research. Work that does not have direct ramifications for industry or our economy is also worthy. There’s no telling what can come from supporting a curious mind trying to discover something new.Donna Strickland, Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of WaterlooThis article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.last_img read more

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first_img News | PACS | July 02, 2019 Laurel Bridge and 3M M*Modal Partner to Improve DICOM Structured Reporting July 2, 2019 — Laurel Bridge Software announced an expanded relationship with 3M M*Modal, a provider of clinical docu read more News | PACS | June 26, 2019 Mini-PACS Solution for Image Management and Workflow Optimization ImageGrid Mini is a feature-rich, reliable and cost-effective image management and workflow optimization solution, pr read more News | October 09, 2009 7 Medical Offers On-Demand PACS to University of Minnesota Boynton News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more October 9, 2009, 2009 — The University of Minnesota Boynton Health Service has adopted 7 Medical System’s on-demand PACS service, cutting costs by 30 percent and automating workflows to improve quality of care to its undergraduate and graduate population of more than 65,000 students.The University of Minnesota Boynton Health Service clinic had been planning to go digital for years, and implemented the plan in mid-2008 with the purchase of two digital X-ray (CR) units from Konica. At the time, the Konica sales executive recommended 7 Medical’s picture archiving and communication system (PACS) to complete the clinic’s digital strategy.As a midsize clinic, Boynton Health Service needed to manage several critical factors: system costs, ongoing annual maintenance and upgrades, switching from manual to automated workflows implementation, integration and PACS administration, integration to an existing electronic medical records (EMR) system, on-site and remote viewing and reading of images.Boynton Health Service was purchasing two Konica CRs and had a limited budget remaining for the PACS. 7 Medical’s on-demand PACS solution is based on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business model. The on-demand model made it possible for Boynton to pay a low monthly fee for the PACS service based on the number of studies it uses each month. Budget was less of a factor because the cost of the PACS service was half the cost of film, chemicals and related materials—and there were no upfront or ongoing capital expenses.“We didn’t know about on-demand and what 7 Medical had to offer. We thought we would have to buy our own PACS, or lease space from another facility. We didn’t know there was a company out there that could take care of the entire PACS service for us,” said Ann Bohl, Radiology Manager of Boynton Health Service.With 7 Medical’s on-demand PACS, all service, 24/7 support, technology upgrades, maintenance and updates are included in the monthly fee for the life of the contract. Costs are predictable, and Boynton Health Service no longer worries about pricey fees for annual maintenance, upgrades or updates. By managing and containing costs, the clinic was able to positively affect its bottom line.For more information: www.7medical.com/solutions/casestudies/bhs.html FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more 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 Technology | Enterprise Imaging | July 05, 2019 Hyland Healthcare Adds ImageNext Imaging Workflow Optimizer to Enterprise Imaging Suite Hyland Healthcare is launching ImageNext, a vendor-neutral imaging workflow optimizer that combines intelligent imaging… read more Feature | Information Technology | June 27, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Smart Algorithm Extracts Data from Radiology Reports Radiology reports may contain information essential to figuring out a patient’s condition. read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | July 02, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare Partners With DiA Imaging Analysis for AI-based Cardiac Ultrasound Analysis DiA Imaging Analysis has partnered with Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. to expand analysis capabilities of… read more Related Content News | Enterprise Imaging | June 27, 2019 Ambra Health Announces Integration With Box Ambra Health announced an integration with Box to enable the sharing of medical imaging directly from within Box’s… read more 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 last_img read more

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NTC Recognized as One of Floridas FastestGrowing Firms

first_imgNTC Recognized as One of Florida’s Fastest-Growing Firms Share Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Company News Investors Lenders & Servicers Nationwide Title Clearing Processing Service Providers 2013-10-04 Tory Barringer “”Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc.””:http://www.nwtc.com/ (NTC), a post-closing services provider for the residential mortgage industry, has been recognized by the _Florida Business Journals_ as one of the state’s fastest-growing companies.[IMAGE]For its achievements, NTC was honored at the _Florida Business Journals’_ 2013 Florida’s Fast 100 Awards Dinner, held September 26 at the Gaylord Palms Resort & [COLUMN_BREAK]Convention Center in Orlando. The state’s 100 fastest-growing companies were in attendance, with NTC ranking as No. 56.In order to be eligible for the list, a company must be privately held, owned, and headquartered in Florida; must have shown “”tremendous growth”” between 2010 and 2012; and must provide documentation verifying its revenue figures.””We are honored to be a part of the Florida Fast 100 Awards list–our company strives to distinguish itself within the industry by upholding top-notch standards amongst our employees and business practices,”” said NTC CEO John Hillman. “”Being recognized is a nod to the dedication of our team, a group of people that exceeds my expectations each day.””The Florida Fast 100 acknowledgement isn’t the only recognition NTC has received lately. The company also ranked No. 26 on the Fast 50 Awards list of the fastest-growing companies in Tampa Bay and was 1,900 on _Inc.’s_ 2013 500|5000 list.center_img October 4, 2013 453 Views in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicinglast_img read more

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first_img by Victoria Ahearn, The Canadian Press Posted May 7, 2018 1:16 pm PDT Last Updated May 7, 2018 at 1:40 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – Celebrity chef Lidia Bastianich says she was “devastated” when she heard of the recent sexual misconduct allegations made against fellow culinary star Mario Batali.The two have worked together under B&B Hospitality Group, which operates several of their restaurants.In December, the online site Eater New York reported on the allegations made against Batali by at least four women, three of whom worked for him.Batali then immediately stepped away from B&B Hospitality Group’s operations, including the restaurants.Meanwhile, Bastianich stepped into a greater leadership role at the company, where she’s always been a partner, along with chef Nancy Silverton.Bastianich’s son, celebrity chef Joe Bastianich, is another leader at the company that has outlined various steps to improve its culture.“It never happened that I’ve seen it, but I was devastated when I found out of the accusations,” Bastianich said in a recent interview to promote her new memoir, “Lidia: A Life of Love, Family, and Food.”“We made a quick, swift move to separate, because it’s not for me to correct, or to do — that’s for (Batali) to settle,” added the bestselling cookbook author, Emmy Award-winning TV personality and renowned restaurateur behind Felidia, Becco, Esca and Eataly.“I kind of went back and just said, ‘I’m here. This should have never happened. Let’s move on and let’s do the right thing.’”In a prepared statement sent to The Associated Press in December, Batali said the complaints “match up” with his past behaviour. “I take full responsibility and am deeply sorry for any pain, humiliation or discomfort I have caused to my peers, employees, customers, friends and family,” he said.Bastianich has long been a powerful force in a professional culinary world that’s typically been dominated by men.“I always tell young women in my industry … ‘You have to invest in yourself. You have to become the best that you can. Don’t always expect others to do it…. You’ve got to go out there and you’ve got to make it happen. If you’re invested, if you’re good, it’s going to show,’” said Bastianich.“And I say, ‘You must always respect and you must demand respect back.’”She’s hoping the #MeToo and Time’s Up women’s empowerment movements will help sway financial institutions to support more female chefs.“Way back when we were building Felidia and we were over budget and almost didn’t open and I went to the bank for a loan, I had to bring my sick husband with me in order to get that loan — and I have never forgotten it,” Bastianich said.“Maybe that made me even more resilient to go ahead and to make it happen.”Bastianich writes in her memoir about facing adversity from birth, when the family’s Italian town of Pola became part of the newly formed communist Yugoslavia after the Second World War. Eventually the family escaped and lived in a refugee camp in Trieste, Italy before getting U.S. visas and moving to New York.Bastianich said she felt compelled to share her story after witnessing the plight of refugees in recent years.“Certainly my book is non-political but the situation out there was very reminiscent of my trip through life, me being an immigrant, being in a political refugee camp waiting for an opportunity to go someplace,” she said.“When I see those children on the screen in those camps … I know in their hearts there’s fright, I know in their hearts there’s doubt, I know in their hearts they’re waiting — waiting for a home, waiting for a place to go.”Bastianich said she has family in Montreal and feels a connection with Canada, particularly Toronto.Toronto is where she and her co-partners in the Italian marketplace chain Eataly plan to open their first Canadian location, around September 2019, in the Manulife Centre.“Toronto is such a great city, it has such a great Italian population and I think that we need to be in touch with Canada,” Bastianich said.“I come often here … my show on Telelatino really reaches out, so I developed this kind of extension of friendship and family in Canada.”–With files from The Associated Press Lidia Bastianich is seen in this undated handout photo. Celebrity chef Lidia Bastianich says she was “devastated” when she heard of the recent sexual misconduct allegations made against fellow culinary star Mario Batali. The two have worked together under B&B Hospitality Group, which operates several of their restaurants.THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, Diana DeLucia, Penguin Random House *MANDATORY CREDIT* center_img Chef Lidia Bastianich talks Mario Batali allegations and her new memoirlast_img read more

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