Thursday, December 9, 2021
Thursday, December 9, 2021

Richards Park Latest Renovation Work Starts Slowly – The Sanatoga Post

LOWER POTTSGROVE PA – Supply chain disruptions and an outbreak of COVID-19 among construction workers have combined to temporarily delay the start of added improvements at Gerald Richards Park in Lower Pottsgrove, the township engineering firm reported Monday (Dec. 6, 2021) to the Board of Commissioners. Renovations at the park “got off to a slow start” in recent weeks, McCarthy Engineering Associates Inc. told the board, in part because material deliveries expected for the park’s Phase II renovation plan were held up by supply routing problems experienced nationwide. Those are already being addressed, the firm noted. But there wasn’t much engineers could do about a second problem, it added. A bout of COVID-19 infections took hold among several employees of contractor James R. Kenney of Collegeville, engineers stated. The spate of illnesses, according to McCarthy, left the contractor with minimum crew strength and unable to get under way. As a result, construction equipment has sat idle in a well-staked field (at top) visible on the south side of Buchert Road at the park. The latest round of work, valued at more than $528,000, includes building a new soccer field where stakes are already placed, re-designing and enhancing the walking trail…

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Canucks: What fans are saying about Boudreau, Green and Benning | Ottawa Citizen

We asked and Canucks fans answered. Here's what you had to say about Travis Green and Jim Benning's firing and Bruce Boudreau's hiring. Author of the article: Stephanie Ip Now that head coach Travis Green and general manager Jim Benning are out and Bruce Boudreau (pictured)is in, what say you? Photo by Hannah Foslien /PNG Canucks fans: we asked, you answered. Now that head coach Travis Green and general manager Jim Benning are out and Bruce Boudreau is in, what say you? READ MORE: A house cleaning as Green, Benning fired; Boudreau to run bench Chime in on Twitter to let us know your thoughts. Canucks: Green and Benning out, Boudreau in We also asked fans in our White Towel Facebook group what they thought. To participate in that discussion on Facebook, join our group and visit the post online . Here are a few thoughts from fans on our Facebook group about all things hockey-related. Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Ottawa Citizen Headline News Sign up to receive daily headline news from Ottawa Citizen, a division of Postmedia Network Inc. By clicking on the sign up button you consent to receive the…

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Shondaland Appoints Brand Exec Megha Tolia As President & COO – Deadline

Shondaland is getting its first President. Megha Tolia, who has worked is the branding space for companies including Method Products and Neutrogena, has been appointed President and COO of Shonda Rhimes’ company. In the new role, she will be responsible for oversight of the company’s operations including growth, strategic planning and finance and will report to Rhimes. Prior to joining Shondaland, she served on the management team of the Lifestyle Unit of SC Johnson as Vice President, E-Commerce and Strategy, and oversaw Method, Mrs. Meyers, Babyganics, and Ecover. The hire comes after Rhimes recently extended her deal at Netflix, where she is making the second season of Bridgerton, spinoff Queen Charlotte and Inventing Anna. The company also operates Shondaland Audio with a partnership with iHeart. “Over the past few years, Shondaland has expanded into many new business areas while simultaneously growing the number of people working in each of our departments,” said Rhimes.  “Megha brings with her invaluable knowledge and experience to help Shondaland continue to successfully manage this growth while identifying new business opportunities and endeavors for the company.” “I am honored to join Shonda and her talented team. I’ve always been drawn to mission-centric companies and have been…

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Social Network Market Comprehensive Evaluation & in-Depth Qualitative Insights by 2025 …

“ The Global Social Network Market report is a collection of insightful, in-depth research studies that will assist businesses and stakeholders in making better business decisions in the future. The research study provides comprehensive research and analysis of important elements of the worldwide Social Network market. The research provides a more in-depth view of the competitive landscape and its future forecasts, as well as key dynamics and key segments of the worldwide Social Network market. The research report also includes precise PESTEL, SWOT, and other forms of market analysis on the target market. Furthermore, the research discusses prospective prospects in the Social Network industry on a global and regional scale. Request for a sample report here https://www.orbisresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/6212000 Leading players involved in the global Social Network market includes: Sina Weibo Ask.fm Flickr Douyin Tumblr Taringa Wechat Snapchat Line LinkedIn Academia.edu Viber ePals Schook Blog Reddit Instagram Facebook VKontakte Pinterest Google Youtube WhatsApp QQ SKYPE Douban Twitter Market dynamics are the major variables that influence Social Network market growth, and their examination aids in understanding current and future trends in the worldwide industry. Likewise, the research provides a prognosis of the worldwide market for the period, as well as an in-depth study…

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On the Road: Gophers | Calgary Herald

This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Author of the article: Newsroom Staff Gopher with full cheek pouches by Lake Newell south of Brooks, Ab., on Tuesday, November 30, 2021. They should be hibernating by now. Photo by Mike Drew /Postmedia Article content This week, Calgary photographer and videographer Mike Drew met some gophers — still awake, and not hibernating just yet. Follow his journey in the video. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content Sign up to receive daily headline news from the Calgary Herald, a division of Postmedia Network Inc. By clicking on the sign up button you consent to receive the above newsletter from Postmedia Network Inc. You may unsubscribe any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of our emails. Postmedia Network Inc. | 365 Bloor Street East, Toronto, Ontario, M4W 3L4 | 416-383-2300

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Christmas Fund: Monique can't remember what life was like before she got sick | Montreal Gazette

Monique wants to use cannabis instead of morphine to deal with her pain and insomnia, but it's not covered by RAMQ. Author of the article: Erik Leijon  •  Special to Montreal Gazette Donations to the Montreal Gazette Christmas Fund this year can be made exclusively online at www.christmasfund.com. Photo by Pete Fisher /Northumberland Today Monique has been unable to work for nearly 40 years. After being pulled out of school at 16 to work at her family’s restaurant, she was able to hold down a job until her early 30s, when a host of ailments began to set her back. She’s lived with daily pain ever since. Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. “I was able to work for a time,” Monique said. “But I’ve been so sick for so long, I don’t remember what my life was like before that.” Monique said she has too many medical issues to count, but the major ones are diabetes, fibromyalgia and vertigo. In recent years, she’s developed incontinence, and for a spell had to pay for her incontinence products out of pocket. Not being able to work, plus her many health-related expenditures, has put her in…

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Flames forward Coleman hoping to get hot after snapping out of scoring slump | Calgary Sun

Author of the article: Wes Gilbertson The Calgary Flames’ Blake Coleman scores a goal against Anaheim Ducks goaltender John Gibson at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., on Friday, Dec. 3, 2021. Photo by Ronald Martinez /Getty Images LAS VEGAS — Doesn’t everyone arrive in Las Vegas thinking, hoping anyway, that they’re on the brink of a lucky streak? Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Except in Blake Coleman’s case, this isn’t about throwing dice, coming up with the perfect mix of face cards and aces at the blackjack table or getting the right bounces on the roulette wheel. The Calgary Flames’ summer signing snapped out of a lengthy scoring drought Friday in Anaheim. And … “It’s one of those things that has come in waves in my career,” Coleman had mentioned hours before that slump-busting snipe, his first since late October. “I usually get hot and stay hot for a little bit, and then I have little spells like this. Just have work my way out of that. “But fortunately, the team has been winning. That’s what is most important.” For Coleman, Friday’s result must have been twice as nice. The Flames prevailed again, extending their remarkable…

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Liveblog replay: Habs fall to Predators 4-3 in overtime – Montreal Gazette

The Canadiens are without Brendan Gallagher and Sami Niku, who both tested positive for COVID-19 and are in quarantine for 10 days. Author of the article: Erik Leijon  •  Special to Montreal Gazette Publishing date: Dec 04, 2021  •  17 hours ago  •  1 minute read  •  256 Comments Predators' Ryan Johansen (92) is called for a high stick after a hit on Canadiens' David Savard (58) during the first period at Bridgestone Arena on Saturday, Dec. 4, 2021, in Nashville. Photo by Christopher Hanewinckel /Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODA The depleted Canadiens will receive some reinforcements in the form of Mike Hoffman and Mattias Norlinder when they face the Predators on Saturday at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Puck drop 7 p.m. (SNE, City, TVA Sports, TSN 690 Radio, 98.5 FM). The Habs are currently without Brendan Gallagher and Sami Niku, who both tested positive for COVID-19 and are in quarantine for 10 days. Josh Anderson is out two to four with an upper-body injury. Jeff Petry is also sidelined indefinitely with an upper-body injury . Canadiens at Predators: Five things you should know Jake Allen gets the nod in goal.…

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Alberta reports 349 new cases of COVID-19, no new cases of Omicron variant Friday …

Author of the article: Anna Junker Publishing date: Dec 03, 2021  •  20 hours ago  •  1 minute read  •  12 Comments SARS-CoV-2, also known as the novel coronavirus that causes Covid-19, isolated from a patient in the U.S. Photo by Reuters Alberta reported 349 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday after 9,694 COVID-19 tests were completed over the previous 24 hours for a positivity rate of 3.6 per cent. Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. No new cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant of concern were reported on Friday, keeping the provincial case total at four. Across the province, there are 4,440 active cases, a decrease of 99 cases since Thursday. In the Edmonton Zone, which includes the city of Edmonton and surrounding areas, there are 1,166 active cases, an increase of two. The city of Edmonton has 623 active cases, or 60 per 100,000 people. This is a decrease of 13 active cases from Thursday. There are 395 Albertans currently hospitalized with the virus, a decrease of 24. Of those, 78 are in the ICU, an increase of two. The province’s chief medical officer of health, Dr. Deena Hinshaw, said of the 317…

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PM chooses four more Ottawa-area MPs for parliamentary secretary posts | Ottawa Citizen

Author of the article: Jon Willing Orléans MP Marie-France Lalonde was named parliamentary secretary to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister Sean Fraser. Photo by Julie Oliver /Postmedia Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has chosen several Ottawa-area MPs, including some rookie members of Parliament, to be parliamentary secretaries. Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Trudeau announced the appointments on Friday. Parliamentary secretaries help ministers, but don’t sit in cabinet. Orléans MP Marie-France Lalonde was named parliamentary secretary to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister Sean Fraser. Ottawa Centre MP Yasir Naqvi will be parliamentary secretary to Privy Council President and Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair. Kanata-Carleton MP Jenna Sudds is parliamentary secretary to Women and Gender Equality and Youth Minister Marci Ien. Ottawa West-Nepean MP Anita Vandenbeld is parliamentary secretary to International Development Minister Harjit Sajjan. Hull MP Greg Fergus remains as parliamentary secretary to the prime minister and parliamentary secretary to the Treasury Board president, who is Ottawa-Vanier MP Mona Fortier. Trudeau also announced Fergus would be sworn in as a member of the Privy Council. In October, Trudeau announced Gatineau MP Steven MacKinnon as chief government whip. jwilling@postmedia.com twitter.com/JonathanWilling Ottawa Citizen Headline News Sign up…

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