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Vancouver fans of Filipino sweets should have no trouble putting some treats under the tree this Christmas now that the city's popular Magkasama market has moved online.Magkasama means together in Tagalog and market organizers Matt Brennan and Corvette Romero have been doing their best to unite people over Filipino food and culture since they launched in 2019.This winter, the duo have created a virtual store where people can shop more than 20 of their favourite Vancouver Filipino vendors — including Shameless Buns, Kapé Coffee and Kasama Chocolate — until Nov. 29.Upon checkout, shoppers are asked to select the date and time they wish to pick up their "Magaksama Christmas Market Haul" from Dec. 4 to Dec. 12 at 302 Industrial Ave. "Filipinos love Christmas ... and we've carefully curated it to make sure that there's a huge assortment of stuff for everyone to try a lot of Christmas traditions," said Romero during an interview on CBC's The Early Edition. Romero spoke with guest host Michelle Eliot, who left the Philippines to live in Canada when she was 12, and after all the talk of sweet and savoury snacks Eliot was craving a taste of home."You're making me hungry!" she exclaimed with a laugh. This is not Brennan and Romero's first rodeo. The market also held an online sales event this summer."We really wanted to create something accessible and something fun," said Brennan, who is not from a Filipino background and praised Romero for introducing him to the food and culture."This is the best kept secret in the world," said Brennan. "This is such a great cuisine and the world needs to know about it."The market is also a way to help give back this holiday season.The Philippines was recently slammed with one of the strongest typhoons in the world this year, with winds peaking at over 300 kilometres an hour.Typhoon Goni left more than 30 people dead or missing and damaged or destroyed more than 270,000 houses, many in coastal villages. Tens of thousands of people remain displaced.Magkasama market shoppers can donate to the cause during checkout.To hear Corvette Romero and Matt Brennan chat with The Early Edition's guest host Michelle Eliot on Nov. 20, tap the audio link below:
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NEW YORK, Nov. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C., a nationally recognized shareholder rights law firm, reminds investors that a class action lawsuit has been filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York on behalf of investors that purchased Peabody Energy Corporation (NYSE: BTU) common stock between April 3, 2017 and October 28, 2019 (the “Class Period”). Investors have until November 27, 2020 to apply to the Court to be appointed as lead plaintiff in the lawsuit. Click here to participate in the action.The complaint, filed on September 28, 2020, alleges that from April 3, 2017 through September 28, 2018, defendants failed to disclose, and would continue to omit, the following adverse facts pertaining to the safety practices at the Company’s North Goonyella mine, which were known to or recklessly disregarded by defendants: (i) the Company had failed to implement adequate safety controls at the North Goonyella mine to prevent the risk of a spontaneous combustion event; (ii) the Company failed to follow its own safety procedures; and (iii) as a result, the North Goonyella mine was at a heightened risk of shutdown.The truth about Peabody’s inadequate safety practices was revealed when, on September 28, 2018, a fire erupted at the mine, forcing Peabody to suspend operations indefinitely. On this news, Peabody shares fell $5.54 per share, or 13.4%.The complaint further alleges that, following the fire and throughout the remainder of the Class Period, defendants failed to disclose, and would continue to omit, the following adverse facts pertaining to the feasibility of Peabody’s plan to restart the North Goonyella mine: (i) the Company’s low-cost plan to restart operations at the mine posed unreasonable safety and environmental risks; (ii) the Australian body responsible for ensuring acceptable health and safety standards, the Queensland Mines Inspectorate (“QMI”), would likely mandate a safer, cost-prohibitive approach; and (iii) as a result, there would be major delays in reopening the North Goonyella mine and restarting coal production.The truth about the feasibility of Peabody’s plan to restart operations at North Goonyella was revealed through a series of disclosures beginning on February 6, 2019, when Peabody revealed that contrary to previous statements, production at the North Goonyella mine would not resume in 2019, but was instead targeted to begin to ramp in the early months of 2020. On this news, Peabody shares fell by $3.80 per share, or 10.6%.On October 29, 2019, Peabody disclosed that QMI was placing strict restrictions on restarting operations at the North Goonyella mine and that as a result Peabody was forced to drastically adjust its reentry plan, ultimately announcing a three year or more delay before any meaningful coal could be produced. On this news, Peabody shares declined $3.26 per share, or 22%.If you purchased Peabody common stock during the Class Period and suffered a loss, are a long-term stockholder, have information, would like to learn more about these claims, or have any questions concerning this announcement or your rights or interests with respect to these matters, please contact Brandon Walker, Melissa Fortunato, or Marion Passmore by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone at (212) 355-4648, or by filling out this contact form. There is no cost or obligation to you.About Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C.: Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C. is a nationally recognized law firm with offices in New York and California. The firm represents individual and institutional investors in commercial, securities, derivative, and other complex litigation in state and federal courts across the country. For more information about the firm, please visit www.bespc.com. Attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee similar outcomes.Contact Information: Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C. Brandon Walker, Esq. Melissa Fortunato, Esq. Marion Passmore, Esq. (212) 355-4648 email@example.com www.bespc.com
On Sunday evening the Saskatchewan Rivers School Division notified the public that a case of COVID-19 had been identified in several schools around the division. These include one individual in Debden Public School, one individual in Ecole Arthur Pechey School in Prince Albert, one individual in John Diefenbaker Public School, two individuals in Carlton Comprehensive High School and a case in the after school program at Ecole Vickers, which is community-run. In Debden all staff and students in Grade 7 to 12 are isolating until Dec. 1, at Arthur Pechey a Grade 5 classroom and staff are isolating until Dec. 1, at John Diefenbaker a Grade 6 classroom and staff are isolating until Dec. 1, at Carlton specific Grade 9 and 12 classrooms and staff are isolating until Nov. 30 and the after school program will see all impacted children and staff isolate until further notice. All schools will remain open for in-person classes for all students that are not required to isolate. There was also a case reported Monday evening Wednesday evening and Friday evening at Carlton. “The division is hoping the recovery is quick and thorough and we extend our get-well wishes to each of these members of our school community and offer our support to the surrounding family. We also extend our support to the staff in our schools who are impacted by the isolation,” the release stated. The division was informed Sunday of these positive COVID-19 test results and communication is being shared with the classrooms/cohorts, the connected staff, as well as with the school community. The learning program will continue remotely for those students affected. As is the circumstance in all reports of COVID-19 in the division due to privacy concerns, further details of the case will not be shared. The school’s COVID Response Plan contains many important measures, processes and protocols that add layers of protection for students and staff. School personnel will continue to be informed and guided by SHA as they manage this case. Staff at all schools in the division remain vigilant in ensuring proper safety measures are in place and personnel from the SHA continue to guide and inform school administration and staff. The division explained that we all share responsibility to minimize the risk of COVID transmission. “The division deeply appreciates the support that students, parents and community members have demonstrated, especially as the number of cases in our region climbs.” The SHA’s local public health team continues to provide expert advice and strong support for our dedicated staff as we manage the pandemic in our communities. “The division is thankful to have such a cohesive team of administration and staff supported by our partners in Health.” Michael Oleksyn, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Prince Albert Daily Herald
China recorded 22 new COVID-19 cases on Nov. 23, up from 11 cases a day earlier, the national health authority said on Tuesday. The National Health Commission said in a statement that 20 of the new cases were imported infections originating from overseas. One local transmission was reported in Shanghai and another in Tianjin.
The Detroit Pistons have traded center Tony Bradley to Philadelphia for guard Zhaire Smith. The Pistons announced the deal with the 76ers on Monday. Detroit acquired Bradley in a recent trade with Utah.
WASHINGTON — The General Services Administration ascertained Monday that President-elect Joe Biden is the “apparent winner” of the Nov. 3 election, clearing the way for the start of the transition from President Donald Trump’s administration and allowing Biden to co-ordinate with federal agencies on plans for taking over on Jan. 20.Trump, who had refused to concede the election, said in a tweet that he is directing his team to co-operate on the transition but is vowing to keep up the fight.Administrator Emily Murphy made the determination after Trump efforts to subvert the vote failed across battleground states, citing, “recent developments involving legal challenges and certifications of election results.” Michigan certified Biden’s victory Monday, and a federal judge in Pennsylvania tossed a Trump campaign lawsuit on Saturday seeking to prevent certification in that state.Yohannes Abraham, the executive director of the Biden transition, said in a statement that the decision “is a needed step to begin tackling the challenges facing our nation, including getting the pandemic under control and our economy back on track.”He added: “In the days ahead, transition officials will begin meeting with federal officials to discuss the pandemic response, have a full accounting of our national security interests, and gain complete understanding of the Trump administration’s efforts to hollow out government agencies.”Murphy, a Trump appointee, had faced bipartisan criticism for failing to begin the transition process sooner, preventing Biden’s team from working with career agency officials on plans for his administration, including in critical national security and public health areas.“Please know that I came to my decision independently, based on the law and available facts. I was never directly or indirectly pressured by any Executive Branch official—including those who work at the White House or GSA—with regard to the substance or timing of my decision,” Murphy wrote in a letter to Biden.Trump tweeted shortly after her letter was made public: “We will keep up the good fight and I believe we will prevail! Nevertheless, in the best interest of our Country, I am recommending that Emily and her team do what needs to be done with regard to initial protocols, and have told my team to do the same.”Pressure had been mounting on Murphy as an increasing number of Republicans, national security experts and business leaders said it was time for that process to move forward.Retiring Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander, who has repeatedly called for the transition to begin, released a new statement Monday saying that Trump should “put the country first” and help Biden’s administration succeed.“When you are in public life, people remember the last thing you do,” Alexander said.Republican Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio on Monday called for Murphy to release money and staffing needed for the transition. Portman, a senior member of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, also said Biden should receive high-level briefings on national security and the coronavirus vaccine distribution plan.Alexander and Portman, who have both aligned themselves with Trump, joined a growing number of Republican officials who in recent days have urged Trump to begin the transition immediately. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., also urged a smooth transition, saying in a statement Monday that “at some point, the 2020 election must end.”Meanwhile, more than 160 business leaders asked Murphy to immediately acknowledge Biden as president-elect and begin the transition to a new administration. “Withholding resources and vital information from an incoming administration puts the public and economic health and security of America at risk,? the business leaders said in an open letter to Murphy.Separately, more than 100 Republican former national security officials — including former Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge, former CIA Director Michael Hayden and former Director of National Intelligence John Negroponte — said in a statement that Trump’s refusal to concede and allow for an orderly transition “constitutes a serious threat” to America’s democratic process. The officials signing the letter worked under four Republican presidents, including Trump.The statement called on “Republican leaders — especially those in Congress — to publicly demand that President Trump cease his anti-democratic assault on the integrity of the presidential election.”Trump had publicly refused to accept defeat and launched a series of losing court battles across the country making baseless claims of widespread voter fraud and seeking to overturn the election results.Murphy missed a deadline on Monday set by House Democrats to brief lawmakers about the delay in beginning the transition, which is usually a routine step between the election and the inauguration. A spokeswoman for the GSA said that a deputy administrator would instead hold two separate briefings for House and Senate committees on Nov. 30.In response, the Democratic chairs of four committees and subcommittees said they could reschedule the meeting for Tuesday, but no later.“We cannot wait yet another week to obtain basic information about your refusal to make the ascertainment determination,” the Democrats said in a letter to Murphy. “Every additional day that is wasted is a day that the safety, health, and well-being of the American people is imperiled as the incoming Biden-Harris administration is blocked from fully preparing for the coronavirus pandemic, our nation’s dire economic crisis, and our national security.”Portman said it was “only prudent” for GSA to begin the transition process immediately.“Donald Trump is our president until Jan. 20, 2021, but in the likely event that Joe Biden becomes our next president, it is in the national interest that the transition is seamless and that America is ready on Day One of a new administration for the challenges we face,? Portman wrote in an op-ed calling for the transition to begin.Murphy's ascertainment will free up money for the transition and clear the way for Biden’s team to begin placing transition personnel at federal agencies. Trump administration officials had said they would not give Biden the classified presidential daily briefing on intelligence matters until the GSA makes the ascertainment official.“Now that GSA Administrator Emily Murphy has fulfilled her duty and ascertained the election results, the formal presidential transition can begin in full force,” said Max Stier, president and CEO of the nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service. “Unfortunately, every day lost to the delayed ascertainment was a missed opportunity for the outgoing administration to help President-elect Joe Biden prepare to meet our country’s greatest challenges. The good news is that the president-elect and his team are the most prepared and best equipped of any incoming administration in recent memory.”Among those signing the letter from business leaders were Jon Gray, president of the Blackstone private equity firm; Robert Bakish, president and CEO of ViacomCBS Inc.; Henry Kravis, the co-chief executive of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., another private equity giant; David Solomon, CEO at Goldman Sachs; and George H. Walker, CEO of the investment firm Neuberger Berman and a second cousin to former President George W. Bush.Matthew Daly, Zeke Miller And Mary Clare Jalonick, The Associated Press
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In the end, the president who roared like a lion went out with a whimper. Those who have followed him knew it would end this way, writes Washington Bureau Chief John T. Bennett
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DETROIT — As poorly as the Detroit Lions have played this season, this might have been a new low.That meant some predictable questions for coach Matt Patricia.The Lions were shut out 20-0 Sunday by a Carolina team that was missing its quarterback and star running back. It was the first time Detroit went scoreless since 2009. The Lions managed only 10 first downs and 185 total yards, utterly failing to take advantage of a weakened opponent.On Monday, Patricia was asked what he's been told about his job security.“Our focus right now is on Houston,” Patricia said, referring to Detroit's Thanksgiving opponent later this week. “Any conversations that I've had with ownership, I always keep those private.”Patricia is in his third season with the Lions, and they've gone 13-28-1 since he took over. That includes a 4-6 mark this season so far.The Panthers were without quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and running back Christian McCaffrey on Sunday. Detroit's offence was a bit depleted as well, with running back D’Andre Swift (concussion) and wide receivers Kenny Golladay (hip) and Danny Amendola (hip) all out.But that doesn't explain how Detroit allowed P.J. Walker to throw for 258 yards and a touchdown in his first NFL start.Detroit's annual Thanksgiving game had already lost some of its lustre because of the coronavirus, and now Patricia's future — and that of general manager Bob Quinn — are looming over the team. Players have still been publicly supportive of Patricia.“I love Matt as a head coach,” said safety Duron Harmon, who played for New England when Patricia was a defensive co-ordinator there. “Whatever he asks of me to do, his approach as a coach, I'm going to follow him. I'm going to ride with him until the wheels fall off.”Patricia was asked what a fair time frame is to evaluate a coach.“We certainly are critiqued and judged every day by the job that we're doing,” he said. “We try to improve every day from that standpoint and try to do it better and always try to be the best that we can be.”WHAT'S WORKINGNot much. The Lions do have the NFL's leading punter in Jack Fox. He had six opportunities Sunday, averaged 42.2 yards and put four inside the 20.WHAT NEEDS WORKDetroit's offence was not at full strength in this game, but this was still an inept performance against a Carolina defence that had allowed 79 points in its previous two games. Matthew Stafford — who was questionable in the days leading up to the game — did play but only threw for 178 yards. The Lions allowed five sacks.“One thing that Carolina did, that we knew they did a bit of, was they would play some odd defences, and there'd be kind of some wonky looks,” offensive lineman Taylor Decker said. “We had to try to get them out of that and we never really did. Things were identified well, I thought, from an offensive line standpoint, but not necessarily always executed properly."STOCK UPIt's hard to think of anyone who played for the Lions who came out of this game looking particularly good. Former coach Jim Caldwell — who had three winning seasons in four years with Detroit before being replaced by Patricia — probably looks a little better as the Lions continue to flounder.STOCK DOWNWith Swift out, it was left to Adrian Peterson and Kerryon Johnson to handle most of the running duties, and neither had any real success. They combined for 35 yards on 13 carries.INJUREDCornerback Phil Ford left in the third quarter with a concussion. The Lions did not practice Monday but released participation designations based on estimations — Swift and Amendola were listed as not practicing, and so were Ford, rookie cornerback Jeff Okudah (shoulder) and defensive lineman Da'Shawn Hand (groin).Golladay was listed as limited in practice.KEY NUMBER2 — The number of punts Carolina forced in its previous four games before forcing six against the Lions.UP NEXTThe Lions have almost reached the end of an easier stretch in their schedule, but they face Houston (3-7) on Thursday first.Five of Detroit's past six opponents currently have losing records. The Lions went 3-3 in those games.___Follow Noah Trister at https://twitter.com/noahtrister___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLNoah Trister, The Associated Press