شرکت مدیران خودرو جهت کسب سهم بیشتری از بازار خودروهای نسبتا لوکس، در سال 96 از کراس اوور تیگو 7 رونمایی کرد. این خودرو تحت برند چری و در سگمنت کراس اوورهای واقعی به بازار ایران عرضه شد و شاید بتوان گفت تیگو 7 جزء گرانقیمتترین چینیهای بازار است. اما در عین حال میشود گفت که این قیمت بالا دلایلی دارد که شاید همین دلایل باعث میشود که این خودرو نسبت به سایر محصولات چینی بازار متمایز شود. شرکت مدیران خودرو جهت کسب سهم بیشتری از بازار خودروهای نسبتا لوکس، در سال 96 از کراس اوور تیگو 7 رونمایی کرد. این خودرو تحت برند چری و در سگمنت کراس اوورهای واقعی به بازار ایران عرضه شد و شاید بتوان گفت تیگو 7 جزء گرانقیمتترین چینیهای بازار است...Read More
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Moe noted the gathering resulted in 160 contacts being traced; he said it shows how the pandemic can spread.
“So (an SHA alert is) simply a public awareness tool and it enhances the contact tracing ability that we have,” Moe said.
He warned about the looming cooler weather as a reason for people to re-evaluate their behaviour.
The province added seven new positive cases on Monday, including another five in the Saskatoon zone. Three were linked to an outbreak at the Brandt Industries workplace in the Hudson Bay Industrial area.
Cases linked to Brandt have now risen to 17.
Active cases in the province rose to 145; more than half of those, 76, are in Saskatoon...Read More
A 23-year-old man who was reported missing earlier this month has been confirmed to be the person whose remains were found in a Riversdale house last week.
Eagleson Thomas was last seen on Aug. 14 in Saskatoon. A missing persons report was made on Sept. 10. In a media release, Saskatoon police said the file was “immediately followed up on” by the missing persons patrol constable and detectives with the missing persons unit.
According to the release, police received additional information that he may have been injured or dead inside a house in the 400 block of Avenue G South.
Officers then went to the home and found the remains.
Thomas’s aunt, who spoke to The StarPhoenix last Thursday, said her family was repeatedly directed to the house by people who gave them tips d...Read More
The Government of Saskatchewan’s challenge of the federal carbon tax will be heard this week by the Supreme Court of Canada.
Premier Scott Moe previously announced the province would appeal to the nation’s highest court after the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal ruled against the province in May 2019. At the time, a 3-2 majority of justices found that the federal government has the authority to impose a minimum national price on greenhouse gas emissions.
Alberta’s Court of Appeal ruled the tax unconstitutional in March, with a 4-1 majority finding the federal program interferes in areas of provincial jurisdiction.
“We believe that we have strong legal grounds in this case, particularly considering that we’re arguing on the same grounds that saw the Alberta Court of Appe...Read More
Kristie Higgs says her views were described as “pro-Nazi”. Photo: Christian Concern
A Christian school assistant is taking her former employer to tribunal over claims she was sacked over Facebook posts in which she objected to plans to introduce education about LGBT relationships in primary schools.
Kristie Higgs is seeking £56,000 in compensation over claims that she lost her job at Farmor’s School in Fairford, Gloucestershire, after the headteacher was sent a screenshot of one of her private Facebook posts.
In a hearing that begins at the Bristol employment tribunal today, her legal team will argue that her dismissal breached her freedom of speech and freedom of religion.
In 2018, Higgs made two Facebook posts that expressed her beliefs about how LGBT relationships and community are...Read More
Africa, Armed Conflicts, Crime & Justice, Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Education, Gender, Gender Violence, Headlines, Health, Human Rights, Humanitarian Emergencies, Inequity, Peace, Sustainability, TerraViva United Nations
Mabingue Ngom, Regional Director, West and Central Africa Region, UNFPA and Shoko Arakaki, Director of Humanitarian Office, UNFPA
– The countries of Central Sahel—Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger—face an unprecedented crisis, marked by violent extremism, forced displacement, and rising insecurity. The sharp increase in armed attacks on communities, health centres, schools and other public institutions and infrastructure has disrupted livelihoods and access to social services. The impact on affected people is devastating...Read More
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As for Friday, three candidates were listed on the party’s website. Anwar had been announced as a candidate in the Saskatoon University riding, but he confirmed he is no longer running.
“This time we’re not doing that,” Fuller said of having candidates in all 61 ridings. “We’re trying a different approach.”
Fuller said the party has rejected some candidates who wanted to run, and a goal has not been set for the number of candidates.
Anwar, who runs a Saskatoon-based tax consulting firm, said in a separate interview on Thursday that he quit because he grew tired of the adversarial nature of politics.
“The only thing is the blame game,” Anwar said.
He quit so close to the election because the campaign period loomed during which he would be compel...Read More
A global survey of employers has found that productivity, creativity and motivation are maximised when staff combine working from home with working in the office.
Nearly half (46%) of 1,500 “senior office occupiers” surveyed by law firm CMS felt that a mixture of home and office provided the best work environment for employee productivity, while only 32% the office alone was best. Less than a quarter (23%) felt that working exclusively from home was best for productivity.
Respondents provided similar responses when judging what is best for creativity/innovation and motivation and enthusiasm. The office alone was deemed best for human connection among 46% while home was seen best among 19% of businesses and a blend of the two for 36% of participants.
The CMS report, Real Estate Reset:...Read More
A Saskatoon city council candidate says he is getting tested for COVID-19 after attending two events with the president of the Metis Nation–Saskatchewan, who tested positive for the virus.
Chris Sicotte said he went to a fundraising dinner for mayoral candidate Rob Norris on Sept. 9 and also a dinner at a downtown steakhouse last week, both of which were attended by Glen McCallum.
“I’m a little concerned,” Sicotte said of his potential exposure to the virus.
The MN-S announced Saturday afternoon that McCallum had tested positive despite being asymptomatic.
“The Saskatchewan Health Authority is advising that anyone in close contact with McCallum in the past 14 days self-isolate, monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 and get tested if they experience any,” the MN-S said ...Read More
New figures show that the number of UK businesses applying for permission to employ skilled overseas workers has remained static since the start of the year.
The latest figures, released figures released by the Home Office today (21 September), show 29,514 enterprises are registered to sponsor applicants on Tier 2 visas – the main immigration route for working in the UK for skilled workers with a job offer.
Visa sponsorship by an employer is required and the visa is linked to a specific job. At the start of the year the figure stood at 28,734. House of Commons business statistics show there are 1.4 million private sector employers in the UK, which means only 2% are in a position to employ new arrivals from next year.
There have also been 3,955 registrations for a Ti...Read More