Amélioration des services dintervention précoce nomination dun nouveau conseil

first_img Gerard Kysela, président, Sainte-Anne-du-Ruisseau Bev Cooke, vice-présidente, Amherst Krista Thibault, trésorière, Halifax Angela Thornhill, secrétaire, Hammonds Plains Theresa Fraboni, Head of St. Margarets Bay Sharon Hope Irwin, Sydney Normand Carrey, Halifax Margaret Ann Green, Glace Bay Shirley Shot, Brooklyn, comté de Queens Chrissi Lynch, Queensville Bill Chisholm, Antigonish Marika Holmes, Halifax Janean Marshall, Eskasoni Suzanne Saulnier, Concessions Debra Sundstrom, Centreville Kirk Schmidt, New Glasgow Le ministère prévoit également collaborer avec les Premières nations, la communauté afro-néo-écossaise, la communauté acadienne et les immigrants pour faire en sorte que les membres de ces communautés soient au courant des services qui leur sont offerts et qu’ils les utilisent. Grâce à des fournisseurs de services locaux, les enfants recevront un renvoi le plus tôt possible, leur permettant ainsi de recevoir les services dont ils ont besoin, au moment où ils en ont besoin. Les familles qui ont des enfants à risque d’un retard de développement ont maintenant accès au programme plus rapidement grâce à des améliorations apportées au programme d’intervention auprès de la petite enfance. À la suite d’un examen du programme, le ministère de l’Éducation et du Développement de la petite enfance a financé l’embauche de nouveaux intervenants en développement de la petite enfance afin d’aborder la liste d’attente et de faire en sorte que les familles reçoivent le service plus rapidement. Avant l’examen et avant le soutien accru du gouvernement cette année, plus de 300 familles étaient en attente de service. Ces familles peuvent maintenant profiter du programme et recevoir des services. Les nouvelles familles recevront des services dans un délai d’un mois après le renvoi. « Les investissements que nous avons effectués entraînent déjà une amélioration du soutien aux programmes d’intervention auprès de la petite enfance à l’échelle de la Nouvelle-Écosse, affirme Karen Casey, ministre de l’Éducation et du Développement de la petite enfance. Il est très encourageant de pouvoir aider un si grand nombre de familles grâce au nouveau modèle de prestation de services dans le cadre du Plan d’action en matière d’éducation de la Nouvelle-Écosse. » Les programmes d’intervention précoce visent à aider les enfants et les familles, de la naissance de l’enfant jusqu’à son entrée à l’école. Ils aident aussi les parents à obtenir les ressources dont ils ont besoin pour aider leurs enfants. Régie par une nouvelle structure de direction, l’Association des services d’intervention auprès de la petite enfance de la Nouvelle-Écosse offrira des services à l’échelle de la province. Le nouveau conseil visera à faire correspondre les programmes aux systèmes plus vastes des écoles publiques et de la petite enfance afin d’uniformiser les services offerts à l’échelle de la province. Les membres du conseil, représentant toutes les régions de la province, sont les suivants :last_img

End to government shutdown in sight as Dems halt filibuster

first_imgWASHINGTON – Congress sped toward reopening the government Monday, as Senate Democrats dropped their objections to a temporary funding bill in return for assurances from Republicans leaders that they will soon take up immigration and other contentious issues.Senate Republican leader McConnell’s commitment to quickly tackle the issue of immigrant “Dreamers” was contingent on Democrats providing enough votes now for a stopgap spending measure lasting a little less than three weeks. The measure needed 60 votes, and Democrats provided 33 of the 81 it got. Eighteen senators, including members of both parties, were opposed.Before the government can reopen the Senate must vote on final passage, the House must approve in turn, and President Donald Trump must sign the measure.Democrats climbed onboard after two days of negotiations that ended with new reassurances from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell that the Senate would consider immigration proposals in the coming weeks.Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer lent his backing to the agreement during a speech on the chamber’s floor. “Now there is a real pathway to get a bill on the floor and through the Senate,” he said of legislation to halt any deportation efforts aimed at “Dreamers,” who were brought to the country as children and are now here illegally.The White House downplayed McConnell’s commitment, and said Democrats caved under pressure. “They blinked,” principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah told CNN.Earlier Monday, McConnell raised hopes for a quick end to the shutdown, saying “I hope and intend” to reach agreement soon on immigration and other contentious issues — if the Democrats agreed to the stopgap spending measure lasting a little less than three weeks.A block of liberal Democrats — some of them 2020 presidential hopefuls — stuck to their opposition. Sens. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Dianne Feinstein of California, Kirsten Gillibrand of New York and Cory Booker of New Jersey voted no, as did Independent Bernie Sanders of Vermont.Feinstein said she wasn’t persuaded by McConnell’s assurances and did not know how a proposal to protect the more than 700,000 younger immigrants would fare in the House.House Speaker Paul Ryan told “Fox and Friends” Monday that if the Senate approved a temporary spending bill to reopen the government through Feb. 8, the House would approve it, too.The Senate vote came as most government offices cut back drastically or even closed on Monday, as the major effects of the shutdown were first being felt with the beginning of the workweek.McConnell said he hoped to reach bipartisan solutions on immigration, border security, disaster aid, military funding and more by Feb. 8. If not, he said “it would be my intention to take up legislation” addressing those issues.The Senate over the weekend inched closer but ultimately fell short of a deal that could have reopened the government before the beginning of the workweek. McConnell and Schumer said negotiations lasted late into the night.On Sunday night, Democrats appeared to be holding out for a firmer commitment from McConnell. “We have yet to reach an agreement on a path forward,” Schumer said then.There were hours of behind-the-scenes talks over the weekend between the leaders and rank-and-file lawmakers over how to end the display of legislative dysfunction, which began at midnight Friday after Democrats blocked a temporary spending measure. Democrats have sought to use the spending bill to win concessions, including protections for roughly 700,000 younger immigrants.Republicans have appeared increasingly confident that Democrats are bearing the brunt of criticism for the shutdown and that they will ultimately buckle. The White House and GOP leaders said they would not negotiate with Democrats on immigration until the government is reopened.President Trump on Monday accused Democrats of prioritizing services and security for noncitizens over U.S. citizens. “Not good,” his first tweet said. In a second tweet, he said, “Democrats have shut down our government in the interests of their far left base. They don’t want to do it but are powerless!”Trump’s first tweet appeared to undercut comments by his legislative affairs director, Marc Short, who told CNN that the immigrants in question are law-abiding and “productive to our society.” Short says the administration wants to “find a pathway for them” to stay in the U.S.It appeared that Democratic resolve was beginning to waver, with growing worries that a prolonged shutdown could prove to be an electoral headache for the party just as it has grown more confident about prospects in November midterm elections.Although they initially dug in on a demand for an immigration deal, Democrats had shifted to blaming the shutdown on the incompetence of Republicans and Trump, seeming sensitive to being seen by voters as willing to tie up government operations read more

Morocco Deports Eight Foreigners For Undermining Public Order

Rabat – Morocco has deported eight foreigners for supporting prisoners arrested for participating in protests that took place in Laayoune, the main city of the Western Sahara, in Southern Morocco,  according to report by the Associated Press.On Thursday, Morocco’s official news agency, the Maghreb Arab Press, reported the eviction of five Spaniards, two Frenchmen, and one Belgian for their involvement in “undermining public order.”It remains unclear whether the prisoners helped by the foreigners were those arrested in November 2010 for participating in the Gdiem Izik protest camp outside Laayoune. The camp, which housed 12,000 Saharans, or Sahrawis, was set up in October 2010 to protest the living conditions of the people living in the Saharan cities under Moroccan sovereignty.A month after the protesters established the camp, the kingdom’s security forces dismantled it. The ensuing clashes caused the arrest and injury of several people and led to the death of 10 Moroccan officers and two Sahrawis, according to Moroccan officials.Last November, the Human Rights Watch called for the retrial or release of 21 Sahrawis still in prison for participating in the protests.With MAP

Moroccan Govt Pledges MAD 500 Million to Support LowIncome Families

Rabat – In an effort to fight poverty, one of the most challenging issues in the kingdom, Morocco’s government council has just passed a bill to broaden the list of the Family Mutual Assistance Fund’s beneficiaries.The amount of an annual assistance aid has increased from MAD 160 million to MAD 500 million, according to Moroccan daily newspaper Al Ahdath Al Maghribia. The list of beneficiaries will include poor wives, abandoned mothers, and children in need. Women who are looking after their children are also included.The new revisions form part of the draft law amending the conditions and procedures for receiving benefits from the Family Mutual Assistance Fund adopted on Thursday in a government council meeting. The amendments made by the government will also allow minors who have legal guardians to apply for the fund’s advances after the authorization of Head of Government Saad Eddine El Othmani.Government Spokesman Mustapha El Khalfi said that this bill aims to improve the performance of this fund, created in 2011 under the government of Abbas El Fassi.He added that this reform is also set to facilitate procedures and to strengthen the mechanism for allocating aid against fraud. The move will then require the adoption of an implementing decree, which the government should work on just after the vote on the 2018 budget bill.Two-hundred thousand orphans have been able to attend schools, owing to the contribution of this social reform that amounts to MAD 160 million per year, said El Khalfi. He added that the government will continue to improve the profitability for the assistance fund.

Chinese get contract to maintain boilers and turbines at Lakvijaya

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Abandoned uranium mine cleanup a provincial responsibility Sohi

Sohi was in Saskatoon this week to announce $3 million in new federal funding for Meadow Lake Tribal Council Investments LP, which will be used to modernize its NorSask Forest Products sawmill east of Meadow Lake.The pre-election announcement comes on top of two previous funding announcements in the region over the last 12 months — $400,000 for sawmill upgrades and $52.5 million for the proposed Meadow Lake Tribal Council Bioenergy Centre.Asked about the optics of making another funding announcement in Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River, one of a handful of Saskatchewan ridings thought to be in play in the upcoming federal election, Sohi said the funding is not political.“We believe that we have opportunities to work with Indigenous communities to continue to grow our economy and create opportunities, so this is the third investment we are making as part of our overall efforts to forge that strong partnership,” Sohi said.Meadow Lake Tribal Chief Richard Ben told reporters the federal money is a good thing for the community because it will support around 1,000 jobs for members of the seven-band tribal council once the green energy facility is up and running.“It’s going to contribute a lot of positive outcomes to our communities — jobs and also dividends … that help us fund areas that are not funded,” Ben said.amacpherson@postmedia.comtwitter.com/macphersonaRelated Once the world’s largest uranium mine, Gunnar was abandoned in 1963. Now the federal and provincial governments are disputing who should pick up the $280-million tab for cleaning up debris, radioactive tailings and waste rock at the site near the Northwest Territories border. Kayle Neis / Saskatoon StarPhoenix Canada’s natural resources minister isn’t backing down from the federal government’s position that Saskatchewan taxpayers should cover the bulk of the cost of cleaning up an abandoned uranium mine in the province’s far north.Amarjeet Sohi said the federal government stands by its commitment to contribute $12.3 million to the Gunnar mine reclamation, but insisted the province is responsible for the rest of the project, currently estimated to cost $280 million.“We understand that it is the responsibility of the Province of Saskatchewan to clean up the contaminated sites,” Sohi told reporters on Wednesday, echoing the position Natural Resources Canada has taken in an ongoing court battle over the project.Sohi declined to comment specifically on the Saskatchewan government’s lawsuit, but Natural Resources Canada argued in its statement of defence that the province is responsible because it regulated the site, and the cost overruns are its fault.That contrasts sharply with the province’s view that the original cost-sharing agreement remains in place, and Ottawa is equally responsible for the cleanup because it had a monopoly on uranium sales at the time the mine operated.Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below.In an interview last week, Saskatchewan’s Energy and Resources Minister Bronwyn Eyre said the ballooning bill was unavoidable because the province has to comply with work orders from the federal nuclear regulator, which NRCAN is now choosing not to fund.“The irony is breathtaking,” said Eyre, whose view that the bill should be divided equally has been echoed by Saskatchewan NDP MLA Buckley Belanger and federal NDP MP Georgina Jolibois, who represent the region encompassing the mine.Perched on the north shore of Lake Athabasca, the Gunnar mine was abandoned in 1963. Work on the cleanup, which includes covering sprawling tailings deposits and burying debris from demolished buildings, is expected to be complete in 2024.It is not clear when the province’s lawsuit will be heard. Final phase of Gunnar mine reclamation underway ‘There is life after remediation’: Gunnar mine reclamation forging ahead despite legal battle ‘This has been going on for a very long time’: Province suing feds over $278M mine cleanup after cost-sharing talks fail ‘Brass-knuckle campaign’ expected in lead-up to federal election: expert

Mine services company Sedgman wins Queensland Minerals and Energy Export Award

first_imgSedgman has won the 2011 Premier of Queensland Export Award in the Minerals and Energy category. This follows on from 2010 wins at both Queensland and National export awards, in the Large Services category. Now Sedgman will represent Queensland in the Minerals and Energy category at the 2011 Australian Export Awards in December.Leading resource sector services company Sedgman has won back-to-back Premier of Queensland Export Awards. Presenting the award, Deputy Premier, Treasurer and Minister for State Development and Trade, Andrew Fraser, said this year’s honour roll represented the best of the best in Queensland exporting. “Companies from right across Queensland were on show – celebrating exporting successes against a backdrop of ongoing global economic uncertainty and last summer’s natural disasters.”Sedgman has endured the challenges of flooding and cyclones at the coal sites it operates in the Bowen Basin, but has still managed to meet its targets both locally and globally.Sedgman Managing Director Nick Jukes said the win reflected the great effort by all Sedgman employees to create opportunities in the global mining sector that benefit clients, shareholders and the wider Queensland community.“It is an honour to win this award for the second time, and I believe it’s testament to our continued growth and success in international markets.”In the past year Sedgman has opened two new international offices in Shanghai and Mongolia, adding to its existing offices in Beijing, Santiago and Johannesburg. The company won contracts in Mongolia, Colombia, and Botswana, and staff numbers grew by 30% globally to reach 1,000.Jukes said, “Sedgman is positioned strongly in the coming year to deliver a range of projects and continue its excellence in contract operations both within Australia and abroad.”last_img

Amazon Game Studios launches its first game on Facebook

first_imgSocial network games are becoming more and more popular and now Amazon has decided to jump on the bandwagon. The e-tailer has launched Amazon Game Studios, and a Facebook game called Living Classics is their very first title.Living Classics is a moving object game, which tasks the player with identifying any moving objects in each scene with their mouse. It doesn’t sound particularly exciting, but the artwork is nice and the game is set in several well-known locations such as Alice in Wonderland, Ancient Greece, and the times of King Arthur. It’s definitely a game children would enjoy.Amazon’s announcement of the debut of Living Classics also notes that they’re hiring, meaning Amazon’s venture into game development is only going to get bigger and create a library of new titles.Amazon is getting into games mainly because they know users enjoy playing them and recognize the huge market for them on Facebook and in the different app stores out there. That market will surely extend to the Kindle Fire if Amazon chooses to launch games for its own platform, too.It seems there will be quite a few games to come from Amazon in the future. They say they aim to make well-crafted, fun, and innovative games, but let’s hope the next one is more innovative than Living Classics, and appealing to a wider audience.With the Facebook and app store game markets already seemingly crowded Amazon needs to work hard to stand out from the crowd. We’ll just have to see if the team/s they are crafting are up to the task to take on the likes of EA and Zynga.More at Amazon, via ShackNewslast_img

No national system exists to track landslide hazards

first_imgSEATTLE — People living in the path of a deadly Washington state landslide had virtually no warning before a wall of mud, trees and other debris thundered down the mountain. Some of the homeowners didn’t even know the hillside could give way at any time.Unlike the warning systems and elaborate maps that help residents and officials prepare for natural disasters such as floods and hurricanes, there’s no national system to monitor slide activity and no effort underway to produce detailed nationwide landslide hazard maps. The U.S. Geological Survey doesn’t track or inventory slide areas on a national scale, despite an ambitious plan to do so more than a decade ago when Congress directed it to come up with a national strategy to reduce landslide losses. That’s left states and communities to put together a patchwork of maps showing landslide hazards. In some cases, they are discovering that more buildings than previously thought are sitting on unstable ground. Even then, that information may not make its way to property owners. Building a nationwide system is now possible with new technology, experts say, but would require spending tens of millions of dollars annually and could take more than a decade to complete with the help of states and cities. So far, however, there has been little public outcry for faster, concerted action.last_img

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Geek Pick Casper Glow Is a HighTech Night Light With Soothing Vibes

first_img Geek Pick: Ikea Sonos Symfonisk Is A WiFi Bookshelf SpeakerGeek Pick: Fi Smart Dog Collar Sniffs Out Your Pet Stay on target Unwinding before bedtime could be challenging: There are phone notifications to check, TV shows to binge-watch, and late night snacks to eat. However, Casper is here to help with its high-tech “night light” called the Casper Glow.Our sister site PCMag.com says the Casper Glow is a smart device that can help improve your sleep cycle. Even though it’s a bit more pricey at $89, it has a high-efficiency LED that can help lull you to sleep at night and gently wake you up in the morning, and it doubles up as a night light that you can easily carry around your home if you wake-up at 3 a.m. and need to use the bathroom.The Casper Glow is 5 inches tall, 3 inches wide, and weighs slightly over 11 ounces, so it easily fits on a nightstand or dresser. Another plus is its sleek shape, which blends in with most home decor setups.If the thought of a “smart night light” is bugging you, no worries: The Casper Glow is very easy to use with simple gestures. Flip it to turn it on or shut it off, rotate it to increase or decrease the amount of light it’s casting in your space, and gently wiggle it if you want a tiny glow before you head to sleep. The device’s battery can last up to one week without charging, however, you might have to recharge it sooner if you plan to use it frequently.The Casper Glow gives off different color hues when you’re getting ready for bed. It transitions from a bright white to a yellow tone, and then to an orange phone before turning off. When you wake up in the morning, it slowly gets brighter with the orange color and ends with the white color by your exact wake-up time, so it’s like experiencing a sunrise. The Casper Glow doesn’t have a snooze button, so you might want to set a backup alarm on your phone if you have trouble getting up.One more cool feature to note is the Casper Glow app: Available for Android or iOS, the app includes customization options to schedule its dimming and brightening activity, so you’ll be able to go to sleep and wake-up according to your schedule. Plus, it’s also Bluetooth-friendly, so you can program multiple Casper Glows for the ultimate sleep ritual.For more specs on the Casper Glow, head over to PCMag.com to read the device’s extensive review. And, if you still need some sleep assistance or want to access other health vitals, check out our Geek Picks for the Fitbit Charge 3 and the Nokia Sleep device.More on Geek.com:Geek Pick: Fitbit Charge 3 Makes It Easy to Track Health StatsGeek Pick: Blue Snowball Ice Microphone Geek Pick: ‘Harry Potter Ultimate Trivial Pursuit Is #GameNightGoalslast_img

Related Sabre signs deal with World Travel Service

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