Monthly Archives آگوست 2020

کشتی یونانی، عجیب ترین جاذبه های گردشگری کیش

جزیره کیش به دلیل جاذبه های تاریخی و گردشگری متعددی که در خود دارد به یکی از مکان های محبوب گردشگری تبدیل شده است. سفر به این جزیره آنقدر هیجان انگیز است که خاطره آن مدت ها در ذهن مسافران می ماند. جزیره کیش مملو از جاذبه های گردشگری جالب است که کشتی یونانی یکی از آن هاست، این کشتی به گل نشسته سال هاست که مهمان سواحل زیبای کیش می باشد و روایت ها و افسانه های مختلفی در رابطه با آن وجود دارد.

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معرفی کشتی یونانی

کشتی یونانی مشهور که در سواحل جزیره کیش به گل نشسته و در حال حاض...

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Pacific Tuna Fisheries: Electronic reporting in Tonga

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Jul 30 2020 – In order to help captains onboard longline fishing vessels and port samplers collect data, SPC has developed two digital apps, Onboard and Offshore. Let’s travel to Nuku’alofa, capital of the Kingdom of Tonga, to see innovation in action!
For further information, please contact SPC: [email protected]

 

Source: Pacific Community SPC

 

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Why the African Free Trade Area Could be the Game-Changer for the Continent’s Economies

Africa, Economy & Trade, Globalisation, Headlines, Trade & Investment

Economy & Trade

The African free trade area has the potential to defragment the continent and bring its economies into the global economy.

A bigger free trade area will not only boost intra-regional trade, it will also hasten the development of regional supply chains. Credit: Kristin Palitza/IPS.

Aug 2 2020 (IPS) – Most economists see structural transformation as one of the main routes to Africa’s sustainable development. What it means is changing the share of agriculture, manufacturing and services in an economy. It is a central aim of the African Union’s Agenda 2063.

With this aim in mind, economists and policymakers need to know what determines structural transformation. They have flagged factors like demand for goods and services, trade policies, financial development, institutional quality and economic integration.

But resear...

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Saskatchewan restaurant customers ‘creeping back,’ but challenges loom

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Las Palapas closed down completely and had just launched a takeout service when restaurants were allowed to return. The staff of about 45 has now been restored.

On July 6, eateries and pubs were allowed to open to full capacity, but distancing and table limits remained. The province also introduced a rule that required workers to wear masks when physical distancing is not possible.

“It’s become a way of life,” Wosminity said. “We wear the mask, sometimes for eight or nine hours. And it’s hot and you struggle and you go home feeling like a raisin.”

Jim Bence, president and CEO of the Saskatchewan Hotel and Hospitality Association, called the move to allow full capacity “a good signal,” but added that distancing rules mean most can’t accommodate any mo...

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Sask. one of the only provinces without Indigenous-specific cancer supports: professor

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For Indigenous patients, those supports could include incorporating language and peer navigation services, Groot said.

Navigation can include assistance from former Indigenous cancer patients, who share a language with those facing treatment and can help them manage the care system. Other options included increased transportation, language and cultural supports, he said.

Other provinces can provide examples in that effort. Groot pointed to a promising example in British Columbia, where Indigenous patients receive a book to guide them through care decisions.

Bryan Jorgensen, director of supportive care with the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency (SCA), said navigators are available to help all patients identify barriers like finances or travel concerns, helping them conn...

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Rattlers’ scoring problems continue with Summer Series loss to Edmonton

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The Saskatchewan Rattlers’ offensive difficulties continued Saturday afternoon in St. Catharines.

The Rattlers, who are last in Canadian Elite Basketball League scoring with just 77.5 points per game, lost 88-66 to the Edmonton Stingers. That drops their Summer Series record to 1-3.

Saskatchewan’s offensive totals have dropped with every game they’ve played: They opened with a 96-79 win over Niagara, and have lost three straight since then — 87-77 to Fraser Valley, 87-71 to Guelph and then Saturday’s setback against Edmonton.

Kemy Osse collected 15 points for the defending-champion Rattlers, who also got 12 from Kris Joseph.

Xavier Moon picked up 25 points and four assists for the Stingers, who led 44-33 at halftime.

The Rattlers return to action Tuesday, when t...

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Enjoy lakeside living without leaving the city at North Prairie’s newest show home


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Two other bedrooms are located on the second floor, including a large master suite with a walk-in closet and ensuite featuring a custom tiled walk-in shower. Large windows in the master bedroom capture views of the lake and park.

“The laundry room is also located on the second floor, with space for a stacking washer and dryer,” says Williams.

0801saturdayhomes – A spacious lifestyle bonus room is located on the second floor of North Prairie's Ruby model home. An ideal media room or home office, the bonus room can also be reconfigured as a third bedroom. (Supplied photo)
A spacious lifestyle bonus room is located on the second floor of North Prairie’s Ruby model home. An ideal media room or home office, the bonus room can also be reconfigured as a third bedroom. (Supplied photo) /jpg

North Prairie Developments has a strong presence in the developing neighbourhood of Kensington with its signature Craftsman-style homes. “The area has really matured over the past couple of years...

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Bierstone and Levreault: Let’s not lose sight of the biggest health threat — climate change

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As the federal government prepares its post-COVID-19 economic stimulus, let us therefore also not lose sight of what has become another powerful determinant of human health: climate change. Climate change is still considered by the World Health Organization to be the greatest threat to human health in the 21st century, and it likewise disproportionately affects already marginalized groups. For instance, poor air quality during heat waves — which are expected to double or triple over the next decades — poses serious risks for children with asthma and other lung conditions, especially for those living in cramped settings.

Warming temperatures also alter infectious disease patterns and may amplify effects of future pandemics, one example being the increased rat...

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Saskatoon charities fight a heat wave and a pandemic

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Lyn Brown, executive director of Saskatoon Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP), said many on the streets are at risk.

“Many of our individuals facing the challenges of being homeless are also health compromised,” Brown said. “Not being able to cool down during extreme heat will put these individuals at risk for serious complications including heat stroke, delirium, unconsciousness and dehydration.”

In 2018 community groups, the city of Saskatoon and other partners created a heat strategy to provide water and 24/7 access to “cooling spaces” to vulnerable people in the city. 

At level one — when the temperature reaches 30 C —a network of “cooling spaces” across different drop-in sites opens, including city-owned leisure spaces, spray parks and p...

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Saskatoon police investigating city’s eighth homicide of 2020

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The death of a man at the Saskatoon Inn Saturday morning is being investigated as a homicide.

In a news release, the Saskatoon police service said officers were called to the hotel around 7:20 a.m. to see to an injured man in one of the rooms.

Police officers and emergency medical responders were dispatched and the man was declared dead at the scene.

Police say the major crimes and forensic identification units are investigating. Three squad cars were still in the hotel parking lot shortly before noon Saturday.

This is the city’s eighth homicide in 2020 and the fourth in three weeks.

On July 29, police responded to a call about an injured man in the 300 block of Avenue U South in the Pleasant Hill neighbourhood around 2:30 a.m. The 21-year-old man later died...

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