FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Fire investigators have been able to roughly determine the source, but not the cause of a fire that erupted at the Ridgeview Village apartment building nearly two weeks ago.The fire occurred at approximately 10:50 p.m. on Saturday, May 26th. Fire Chief Fred Burrows said that the fire started on the third floor of the building’s west side, and that crews were on the scene battling the blaze until about 4:30 the next morning. Approximately 47 residents of the building were forced from their homes due to the fire.Captain Marco D’Agostino with the Fort St. John Fire Department said today that investigators have been able to determine that the fire likely started on a balcony on the northwest corner of the building’s third floor. He said from there, the fire extended into the building’s attic space until it reached the firewall separating the two halves of the building, and also extended slightly into the apartment on the southwest corner of the third floor.- Advertisement -D’Agostino said however, the point of ignition has not been able to be determined by the fire department, a result that is not entirely uncommon. “It’s quite common because depending on the extent of the damage, you can’t find what the actual cause was because everything is going to be consumed,” explained D’Agostino. He added that the insurance company will likely be continuing their investigation to determine whether a cause of the fire can be determined.D’Agostino explained that the majority of fire damage was contained to the building’s attic and roof, and that there was very little damage sustained to the building’s east side. He said that at this point, it’s not known whether the building is still structurally sound, or if the building will need to be torn down.
Getty Images – Getty Who?— 𝕱𝖆𝖎𝖟𝖆𝖆𝖓 📸 #NDL (Fan Account) (@EliteLabile) September 2, 2019 WHO???— 𝕳𝖆𝖗𝖗𝖎𝖘𝖔𝖓 (@Lindelof2ii) September 2, 2019 Arvin Appiah only signed a long-term contract with Nottingham Forest in January Who is this, who are you, and why are you @ing United? I’m genuinely so confused— #GlazersOut (@InjuryFC) September 2, 2019 Who?— StrettyNews.com (@StrettyNews) September 2, 2019 Who ?— Duncan 👑 (@Utd_Duncan) September 2, 2019 Appiah, who made just six first-team appearances for Forest, had been a reported Manchester United target before opting for the second tier Spanish club.The England Under-19 international signed a five-year contract and looks set to fulfil his potential in Spain.After capturing the highly-rated forward, Almeria tweeted: “Sorry @ManUtd Arvin Appiah is red and white #UDAlmeria #F5DAY.” Who now?— Jay (@NotoriousManc) September 2, 2019 pic.twitter.com/ZIjwMcxobW— 🔮™️ (@iseekwisdm) September 2, 2019 Who is he— WillLUHG (@WillLUHG) September 2, 2019 Manchester Untied fans have responded to Almeria’s light-hearted tweet about signing Nottingham Forest starlet Arvin Appiah.The 18-year-old completed an £8million move to Almeria on Monday’s European transfer deadline day. who are you ??— عشاق مانشستر يونايتد (@united_mano) September 2, 2019 Sorry @ManUtd Arvin Appiah is red and white 🔴⚪🔴🔥 #UDAlmeria #F5DAY pic.twitter.com/qVdFxmveM2— UD Almeria (@UDAlmeria_Eng) September 2, 2019However, it does not seem like United fans are too heartbroken about missing out on Appiah, with some supporters claiming not to know who he is…Here is how some fans reacted to Almeria’s ‘apology’… pic.twitter.com/kOqKnHp4LY— Harry 🔰 (@MainManMaguire) September 2, 2019 Which one is he?— Michael Tunstall (@TFWriter) September 2, 2019 1
Dundalk beat Sligo Rovers 2-0 at the Showgrounds on Saturday in the SSE Airtricity Leagie Premier Divsion.Afterwards, Rovers boss Gerard Lyttle spoke with Ocean FM’s Darragh Cox…Audio Playerhttps://www.oceanfm.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Gerard-Lyttle-Post-Dundalk-Defeat.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Dundalk boss Stephen Kenny also gave Darragh his thoughts on the game…Audio Playerhttps://www.oceanfm.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Stephen-Kenny.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Saturday’s game was live on Ocean FM in association with JBG Security.
Share This!Happy December! A large continental storm system is bringing everything from severe thunderstorms to heavy snow across the country this weekend, but in Florida, Sunday brings one more day of shining sun and 80-degree warmth. Make sure today is your pool day, though. Change is on the way for the first week of December!A Warm Thanksgiving Week for Walt Disney WorldIf you gambled on warm sun for the holiday week, you won big. High pressure has been in control of Florida’s weather for the better part of the past week, and the temperatures have been on a steady climb ever since a cool start last Monday. With nonstop blue skies and a strong southern sun, it’s been an incredible farewell to November which felt more like October to lots of Floridians. While no records were smashed, high temperatures did run above climate norms—a full five degrees at Orlando International Airport on Black Friday, with a high of 81—but very dry air still let the overnight lows fall to a normal 56 degrees.And it’s been very dry! The United States Drought Monitor places some nearby areas of Central Florida in the Abnormally Dry category. Not much change is expected as the dry season deepens over the region and no particularly wet cold fronts are expected. Here’s what’s coming…Chilly Changes on the WayLook at this map! The big continental weather events have arrived… but Florida doesn’t want to play. Courtesy: National Weather ServiceHuge winter storm? Not in Florida. While most of the United States will feel the effects of a massive storm system rolling through the early part of this week, Florida is going to stay mostly dry… but you’re still going to want to pack a heavy jacket.The cold front that is slamming across the country this weekend will start shoving our high pressure out to the Atlantic by Sunday afternoon. Southwest winds running ahead of the front will actually warm temperatures up. Look for a high in the lower to mid 80s on Sunday, with mostly sunny skies and a strong southwest breeze, gusting in the afternoon.The cold front’s trailing end drags through central Florida overnight on Sunday, bringing a moderate chance of rain showers. Right now it doesn’t look like much of an event, with just a 30% chance of late-night rain in the forecast. However, these events can sometimes pick up some steam over the Gulf of Mexico, so check your radar app if you’re out in the parks on Sunday evening just to be sure no downpours are headed our way!Monday morning the wind will be switching to a cool northwest flow, and you’ll wake up to the high 50s for rope-drop, before a sunny day with a high in the upper 60s. Not too shabby for the day after a cold front, but just wait. The secondary low developing off the coast (which is bringing a winter storm to the northeast) will deepen the northwest flow. Cold air will take over Monday night, with a clear night dipping close to 40 degrees. Tuesday morning, have your hat and coat! It’s going to be chilly on the Seven Seas Lagoon, and it’s going to stay cool all day long. Sunny, sure, but highs barely making it out of the 50s. Monday/Tuesday look like the coldest days of the season so far. Tuesday evening the temp will fall rapidly once again, with a low around 44 degrees. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday begin the slow march back towards normal mid-70s daytime temperatures. The wind will slowly switch from northwest to west by Wednesday, and calm completely by Thursday. With calm winds come sunny skies and clear nights. The overnight lows climb from 46 on Wednesday to 51 on Thursday, and highs from 67 to 71, with a balmy 74 expected on Friday.Dry season tip: Clear nights mean fewer cotton-candy clouds for spectacular sunset pictures, so focus on the afterglow instead! Palm trees make fabulous silhouettes after sunset.Next Weekend’s WeatherThe long-range forecast suggests some rain might make it back into the forecast for Saturday and Sunday, but not much. While there’s not another cold front on the horizon after Sunday night’s event, a fast-moving surface low might bring some moisture to Florida towards the end of the week. Temperatures should stick to the mid/high 70s for the day and high 50s overnight.Cold Weather Changes at Walt Disney WorldWhat should you expect when cold weather takes control at Walt Disney World? Generally, temperatures in the 50s can bring a cascade of changes to operations around the resort, particularly to recreation and pools. To help you out with planning for potential closures (plus how to pack for a roller coaster of temperatures!) I have a new article here at the site on Packing and Planning for Winter Weather at Walt Disney World. And if you’re thinking: “wait, fifty degrees is hardly winter weather!” well, come to Florida. It’s very much winter for locals and Cast Members!The good news is, if you’re heading down for the opening of Rise of the Resistance, the weather should be lovely. December 5 calls for cool temperatures most of the day, with sunshine warming the mid-day up to about 71, and a clear, calm night sinking into the 50s. Pretty nice weather for standing in a queue all day… just don’t forget the sunblock!
In this week’s web design and development news roundup, you’ll learn how to build a dedicated usability lab, find out what’s new in the published Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1, discover how alignment works in flexbox, and more. If you’re new to my blog, each Friday I publish a post highlighting my favorite user experience, accessibility, WordPress, CSS, and HTML posts I’ve read in the past week.Hope you find the resources helpful in your work or projects!Want more resources like these on a daily basis? Follow me @redcrew on Twitter.Tweet of the WeekIt’s not the technology that matters. It’s the humans that matter.Find great people who you enjoy, who treat you well. And work with them on whichever tech stack they want. The tech stack does not matter. What you are making does.— Jen Simmons (@jensimmons) June 6, 2018User ExperienceOrchestrating Experiences: In this excerpt from Chapter 2 (“Pinning Down Touchpoints”) of Orchestrating Experiences: Collaborative Design for Complexity, Chris Risdon and Patrick Quattlebaum discuss the importance of experience principles to provide structure and guidelines for an organization. The one question you need to ask:Just because you’re running an experiment, doesn’t mean you’re learning what you set out to. Always assess the data coming in and ask, “Is this the most important thing I need to learn right now?”If not, kill the test. Launch a new one.— Jeff Gothelf (@jboogie) June 6, 2018The UX of User Research Surveys: While surveys are a cost- and time-effective way to get a lot of feedback, all that information can be overwhelming. Discover Sarah Doody’s one tip to help you write survey questions that provide quality responses.How can we make it easier on ourselves to make sense of survey responses and give the respondent a better user experience?How to Build a Dedicated Usability Lab: If your organization is conducting more than the occasional usability test, you’ll want to consider setting up a dedicated space for a usability lab.AccessibilityWeb Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 is a World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Recommendation: The big news this week in the web accessibility world is the published standard of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1. Find out what’s new in WCAG 2.1 along with quotes from personas to better understand the success criteria. Making WSJ.com more accessible: With the launch of the new Wall Street Journal site (wsj.com) home page for mobile devices comes a more accessible experience for users. And a commitment to their recently written accessibility guidelines (Google Doc)> Another reason to use native HTML, and not create custom controls.WOW! Another reason to use Native HTML inputs like , , & native
A view of the Swiss village of Davos, which every year hosts global leaders at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum. This year’s event will run from 22 to 25 January 2014.(Image: Andy Mettler, World Economic Forum)MEDIA CONTACTS• Di DaiAssociate Media ManagerWorld Economic Forum+41 (0)22 869 1405Di.Dai@weforum.org• Rim El HabibiAssociate Media ManagerWorld Economic ForumTel.: +41 (0)22 869 3639Rim.Elhabibi@weforum.orgRELATED ARTICLES• Watch: Davos 2014 pre-meeting press conference• Barrier breakers build new world • South Africa’s black middle class on the rise • Watch: The South African Competitiveness Forum• Infrastructure to lift South Africa’s growth speed limitMore than 2 500 business leaders and politicians are expected soon in Davos, Switzerland, to discuss the challenges faced by the global economy during the annual meeting held by the World Economic Forum (WEF).The 44th annual general meeting, which takes place from January 22 to 25, will address the challenges facing the world in 2014 under the theme, “The Reshaping of the World – Consequences for Society, Politics and Business”. The aim of WEF 2014 is “to create a completely new context for insightful, future-oriented decision-making”, the forum says.Who will be therePresidents and prime ministers from around the world attend the annual meeting, with heads of state from the G20 countries, including Australia, Japan, Italy, the UK, Mexico, Brazil and South Korea, invited to address this year’s gathering.Nearly 40 African leaders, among them nine heads of government, will attend, including the presidents of Tanzania, Rwanda, Nigeria, Ghana and Liberia. Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies will lead the high-level South African delegation this year.Participants include more than 1 500 business leaders from the forum’s 1 000 member companies. Representatives from international organisations, civil society and spiritual leaders, academia and the media, as well as cultural leaders will also be there.What’s on the agenda?“Profound political, economic, social and, above all, technological forces” are transforming our lives, communities and institutions, WEF says, with power shifting from traditional hierarchies to “networked heterarchies”, a flatter, more inclusive form of self-organisation. But by remaining focused on crisis rather than trends and opportunities, the international community is failing to take advantage of this.WEF is hoping to change that through discussion in Davos: “Our aim is to develop the insights, initiatives and actions necessary to respond to current and emerging challenges,” the forum says.Watch the WEF Global Risks Report:The official programme will focus on:Disruptive innovation: Turning the disruption of scientific breakthroughs and technological forces into long-term opportunities.Inclusive growth: Models, sectors and industries that will generate resilient and equitable growth.Society’s new expectations: Given the widespread erosion of confidence in business and government leaders, what steps will make business and government more accountable and strengthen civic participation?A world of 9 billion: With increasing pressure on resources and the environment, how can economies embark on a more sustainable path to development?There are almost 250 sessions on the programme, with WEF planning to stream many of them via its website and tweet many others (hashtags #WEF and #Davos). Team South Africa will be tweeting its side of the conversation using #WEF14SA.See the Open Forum programmeWatch the sessions on demandFollow WEF on Twitter: @davosAfrica at DavosThere would be no formal sessions devoted to Africa this year, Elsie Kanza, WEF director: head of Africa, told Voice of America (VoA). Instead, African issues would be integrated into other global topics that were to be addressed.“Something that is important from the African community, and which we paid heed to this year, is that they were tired of being boxed into an Africa corner,” she told VoA. “They said Africa is very much part of the world and Davos is really a platform that is global, and that therefore what you have is African voices on global issues.”Kanza said African leaders did not want their issues to be treated as isolated cases. The Davos focus should be more on Africa’s place in the world, rather than on the continent or region of origin.South Africa at DavosReshaping the world is not news to us, Brand South Africa, the country’s official marketing agency, says. “We have always been reshaping our policy and nation based on challenges, opportunities and our vision for South Africa as a competitive nation and global example.”It will lead a high-powered delegation to Davos to network with government, business and civil society leaders as it seeks to position South Africa as a competitive, developed economy that offers good returns on investment. “We know so much still needs to be done, yet we are confident the vision of an economically prosperous Africa is within reach,” President Jacob Zuma told WEF last year.The South African delegation will aim to show that the country has achieved a great deal in reshaping the nation over the past 20 years. South Africa is a very competitive nation on the continent and the globe, “but we are always striving for better and more, which is why we have the Vision 2030, which defines the future of who we as a nation want to be”, Brand South Africa says.South Africa’s strengthsAlthough South Africa has declined in rankings on some of the performance pillars in the WEF Global Competitiveness Report, improvement has been noted in other critical areas, such as financial market development among the Brics nations, robustness of institutions, innovation, business sophistication, and goods and market efficiency.“Being a forward-looking country, the areas in decline are being addressed through various initiatives and also through deliberate focus and actions around the blueprint for economic development and social cohesion – the NDP [National Development Plan]; South Africa’s Vision 2030,” Brand South Africa says.Investment destinationSince its transition to democracy, South Africa has certainly made strides, with an economy steadily on the rise and a detailed, actionable plan for the future. “With Africa claiming its stake as a viable investment destination, South Africa continues to present investment opportunities to the world at large through its resilient industries and sound legal and regulatory frameworks,” Brand South Africa says. “There is no doubt that South Africa is an investment destination that is brimming with investment opportunities.”Five key areas help position the country as a compelling and sound investment destination:South Africa’s clear vision for the country for 2030South Africa’s competitivenessThe strength of the South African economy and its relationship with other Brics nationsThe strides made on the innovation frontSouth Africa’s role in the integration of AfricaSouth African events at Davos 2014Brand South Africa will host a business breakfast in Davos on Wednesday, 22 January. The discussion will focus on South Africa’s achievements over the past 20 years of democracy, as well as the country’s vision for the future as outlined in the National Development Plan.Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will deliver the key address, while panelists will include Goldman Sachs managing director Colin Coleman, Business Unity South Africa president Jabu Mabuza and First Rand chief executive Sizwe Nxasana.A “Night with South Africa” will be hosted by Brand South Africa on Wednesday, 22 January at the Kirchner Museum. Over a cocktail or a glass of South African wine, “Team South Africa” – including deputy chair Happy Ntshingila and chief executive Miller Motala – will share what the country has to offer as a business destination.Minister in the Presidency Trevor Manuel will deliver a keynote address, while Dr Klaus Schwab, the forum’s founder and executive chairman, has been invited to deliver a WEF message on the legacy of Nelson Mandela, who died in December last year.A framed image of Madiba’s handprint will be handed over to Schwab at the event.
The Sunwing plane on fire. Photo: Facebook/Connie Carsons A collision between two aircraft at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport on Friday has again raised concerns about passengers stopping to grab cabin bags during evacuations.A WestJet flight that had just arrived from the Mexican resort of Cancun with 174 passengers and crew on board was waiting to go to a gate when an empty Sunwing plane under tow backed into it.The wing of the Sunwing plane caught fire, prompting an evacuation of the WestJet Boeing 737-800 using emergency slides. A first response worker was injured in the incident.WestJet later tweeted that all 168 passengers and six crew were accounted for and safely in the terminal.The fire on the Sunwing plane was caught on video by a passenger on the WestJet aircraft, Gustavo Lobo.But passengers reported the evacuation process was slowed by passengers who insisted taking their baggage with them.There were also reports of confusion and a lack of direction after the evacuation and Canada’s Transportation Safety Board is now investigating the incident.Passengers who grab bags significantly slow down an evacuation beyond the time for which aircraft are certified: 90 seconds with half the exits out of use.As numerous experts have warned, people who stop to grab their cabin luggage not only put their lives at risk but those of their fellow passengers.Yet this is the latest in a string of incidents here passengers have stopped to grab bags.In October 2016, American Airlines passengers evacuating a burning Boeing 767 risked their lives and those of others by stopping to collect carry-on baggage.READ: Grab for bags could cause airfares to triple.Two months earlier, passengers evacuating an Emirates Boeing 777 which crash-landed and caught fire in Dubai were filmed evacuating with their cabin baggage.The British Civil Aviation Authority issued a blunt warning to airlines in 2015 to urgently review safety instructions to stop passengers taking their luggage with them in an emergency evacuation after problems during a fire on a British Airways 777 at Gatwick.Passengers evacuating the BA plane with bags. Other incidents where passengers have insisted on taking their carry-on baggage off.– January 15, 2009. US Airways Flight 1549 ditches in the Hudson River in New York City. During the emergency evacuation a passenger takes his suit bag with him, As the A320 struggles to stay afloat you can see him out on the wing, the carry-on slung over his shoulder;– July 6, 2013. Asiana Flight 214 lands short of the runway at San Francisco International Airport, semi-cartwheeling to a near-catastrophic stop. The Boeing 777 catches fire. Some of the passengers fleeing the Triple Seven rescue their carry-on luggage, trundling across the tarmac to safety;– March 5, 2015. Delta Airlines DL1086 an MD-88 overuns at New York – La Guardia Airport on landing in snow conditions. No serious injuries were reported among the 125 passengers and 5 crew members but passengers carried their baggage away from the plane.
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In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion sleeps tonight. Near the village, the quiet village, the lion sleeps tonight. -Mbube (The Lion Sleeps Tonight), old African song Tendulkar will be looking to add a World Cup win to his achievementsThe lions may sleep tonight, but not for long. When,In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion sleeps tonight. Near the village, the quiet village, the lion sleeps tonight. -Mbube (The Lion Sleeps Tonight), old African song Tendulkar will be looking to add a World Cup win to his achievementsThe lions may sleep tonight, but not for long. When the cricket World Cup begins in South Africa on February 8, the lions of the game will rise and gather around a new hunting ground. In a tournament where experience and the ability to handle pressure count more than skill or even form, it’s the big cats who have seen it all and been through it all, who will show the young cubs how it’s done.There are only a precious few of them in the best teams in the world – and many have chosen to make the World Cup their last fling with international cricket. Donald has stretched his career to be able to assist South Africa in World Cup 2003South Africans Allan Donald and Jonty Rhodes have literally preserved themselves for the Cup over the past 18 months because they see it as their one chance to make amends for a decade of disappointment – and do that in front of home crowds. Two of the most successful spinners the game has ever seen, who are the pivots of their teams, have also declared that it will be their last waltz with one-day internationals. Shane Warne, who won Australia some key matches in the 1999 World Cup, and Muttiah Muralitharan, who has won more matches for his country in both forms of the game than any other Lankan bowler, have only recently chosen to pay attention to the ticking of the clock and the messages being sent out by two very overworked bodies that have been seeing the inside of an operation theatre more often than the inside of a dressing room. After the World Cup, Warne and Murali will not to play one-day internationals any more. Muralitharan’s teammate, the peerless Aravinda de Silva will also bow out from the world stage after this event, though – like Warne and Murali – he will leave the big stage content that he has played the cricket that helped his team lay its hands on the most precious silverware in cricket. Muralitharan is another old lion playing his last CupSo too will Wasim Akram, Pakistan’s controversial but incredibly gifted ex-captain and the only survivor from the 1992 World Cup winning team. It was Akram’s two late strikes that broke English ranks on Cup final night in Melbourne, and wrenched the trophy from the hands of Graham Gooch’s team.Pakistan have acknowledged the weight of years when picking their final 15; in a year when they experimented with young batsmen and line-ups, had bowlers come and go, and had team and management reshuffles, they kept their eye on the ball when it came to naming a World Cup squad. Their wise and greying veteran, the 34-year-old Saeed Anwar, has made it back to the team; his presence has given the Pakistani batting – which had looked slightly underserved even with Inzamam-ul-Haq and Yousuf Youhana – a little more depth.advertisementWarne will give up playing one-day internationals after the CupBut what about the pick of the Indian pride? For all his extraordinary records, high standards and multiple achievements, if anything continues to elude Sachin Tendulkar’s grasp, it is a World Cup. South Africa will be his fourth and the closest he has got is to a semi-final. Tendulkar is the Indian team’s senior statesman now and has had a quiet run-up to the event. A series of injuries has meant that he is in the middle of his poorest one-day international season yet with no score above 16 in one-dayers since the end of July 2002. An ankle injury and the wet wickets of New Zealand made things no better. After the NatWest Trophy, in which he scored two centuries, Tendulkar has played only half of India’s subsequent one-day matches, being rested for the seven-match series versus the West Indies and missing four of the seven one-dayers in New Zealand. So no matter where he bats or when he bats, the man with 11,000 one-day runs under his belt will be very hungry. In many ways, Tendulkar has had a little of the burden of winning matches for India eased off his shoulders since the last World Cup, when a failure from him meant imminent collapse. Also what will work in his favour is that all the attention at the moment is centred on India’s new brat pack and the march of the Australians. Saeed Anwar’s presence will give Pakistan’s batting more depthIs there a weakness in Ricky Ponting’s dream team? A little bit of scratching brings the answer: Australia has plenty of young blood but not enough old lions. The omission of the Waugh twins is regarded as a bold gamble by the selectors, but already there’s an inkling that the Aussie middle order is not quite what it’s cracked up to be.Australia lacks what other teams have in varying degrees – what the Pakistanis have in Anwar, the Sri Lankans in De Silva, the Indians in Tendulkar and the South Africans in Rhodes. Miles under the belt, cricketing grey cells and the comfort factor of having played in the Cup pressure cooker many times before.advertisementA look at the matchesClick here to EnlargeOne-day cricket celebrates the young more than the old; it is a young man’s game because of the athleticism required in the field and the speed needed between wickets. Runs saved are runs earned and these days coaches tend to prefer younger legs to older brains.But no coach in the world would turn down the wisdom of some of the cooler old heads. Watch the Cup closely, not just for runs and wickets, but moments of truth. When crises come, the cubs will look shorn, shackled and unsure, then, the grand old lions will rise, pad up and pad out the middle.