The owner of one of Letterkenny’s best-known businesses has vowed to reopen after his shop was severely damaged by last night’s mystery fire in the heart of the town.Leonard Watson of Watson’s Menswear told Donegal Daily he was left gutted when he arrived at his shop early this morning.A fire in a car park at the rear of the premises on the Main Street had sent smoke billowing through the building destroying thousands of euro of stock. Leonard revealed that he had just stocked his store with Christmas stock which must now be destroyed.“I’m gutted to be honest as we had the Christmas stock in.“When I arrived at the shop and opened the doors I was just met with a wall of thick, black smoke. There is no huge physical damage to the shop but the smoke damage is very serious,” he said.Five employees at the store have also been left shocked by the fire with Christmas coming down the line. The adjoining business, O’Hehir’s Bakery, also suffered smoke damage as a result of the fire.Leonard said his business will have to close for a number of days but he is hoping to reopen as soon as possible.“Everything is up in the air at the moment but we will reopen as soon as possible. We will remain on the Main Street and get stuck in to getting the shop reopen again,” declared Leonard.An Garda Siochana including forensic officers and Insp Goretti Sheridan, who is leading the investigation, at the scene where 9 cars were destroyed in Letterkenny. (North West Newspix)Businessman vows to reopen after blaze destroys clothing stock was last modified: September 29th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Hundreds of householders and business owners in and around Falcarragh are without water again following a burst pipe in the Rocktown area. Irish Water are currently at the scene addressing the issue.It is expected that the normal supply will return around 5pm on Saturday. Earlier this month Irish Water held a constructive meeting with elected officials from the Gortahork and Falcarragh area to discuss the utility’s plans to replace two sections of water pipes that are prone to frequent bursts.Councillors were told that Irish Water is committed to delivering water improvement works in Falcarragh and financial approval has been given to progress this through the National Leakage Reduction Programme.Roisin Gallagher, the owner of Roisin’s Beauty Bar, said her business couldn’t afford to wait till October for new pipes to be installed.” (It was a) booked out day with communions and weddings and we will lose a full day again due to the neglect we are receiving from Irish water. “We can’t afford to wait until autumn for this new system with how frequent we are losing water.“We can’t deal with the stress of going through a full busy summer losing days and disappointing customers.”Another business owner said Irish Water were failing the people in the Cloughaneely area.Batch Donegal said on Facebook: ‘This issue is way to frequent and is putting businesses in this town under serious pressure.‘We are losing hundred’s if not thousand’s of euro each time this happens and we are not receiving any compensation or support whatsoever. ‘Irish Water give no warnings of outages and we have to wait until our taps run dry to know that we will be without water.‘By the time this happens we have food baked and prepared for the day and most of this then has to be discarded. They have been of no help any time I have been on the phone to them.‘I have left numerous requests for a callback and sent many emails to which I have got no reply. Advertisement ‘We are being failed here in Falcarragh.’Water burst leaves residents without supply yet again in Falcarragh was last modified: September 22nd, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:FalcarraghIrish Water
South Africa’s Investing in African Mining Indaba, set to run from 9 to 12 February in Cape Town, is Africa’s – and the world’s – largest mining investment gathering, an annual professional conference dedicated to the capitalisation and development of mining interests on the continent. To preview the event, we bring you facts and figures about the mining industry in South Africa.Click on the graphic to enlarge.
ANC president from 1952 to 1967, and winner of the 1960 Nobel Peace Prize, Chief Albert Luthuli was the most respected African leader of his era. The Albert Luthuli Legacy Project keeps the story of Luthuli – and the millions of people he represented – alive for a generation of South Africans born into freedom.‘No true peace and progress can be secured in any country as long as there are others in that country denied full democratic rights and duties’ – Chief Albert John Luthuli (Photo: Wikipedia)Brand South Africa reporterPresident-General of the African National Congress from December 1952 until his death in 1967, and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1960, Chief Albert John Luthuli was the most widely known and respected African leader of his era.Luthuli’s home in Stanger, KwaZulu-Natal, a meeting place for people linked to South Africa’s freedom struggle during the years of Luthuli’s banishment, was proclaimed a museum in August 2004.The opening marked the completion of the government-driven Albert Luthuli Legacy Project, which included the launch of an annual memorial lecture, and the unveiling of a bronze statue of Luthuli at the KwaDukuza Municipal Chambers, and of a memorial at the Groutville Congregational Church where Luthuli’s grave is located.The house that is now the Chief Albert Luthuli Museum was under constant police surveillance when Luthuli lived there.Although Luthuli had been banished to his home by the apartheid government, many people travelled there to seek his counsel – among them United States attorney-general Senator Robert Kennedy, who arrived by helicopter for an unofficial visit in 1966.The Order of Luthuli is South Africa’s highest award for contributions to democracy, human rights, justice and peace. See: South Africa’s national orders.Luthuli and his guest held a private discussion on a wooden bench that is still positioned under a tree outside the museum. The two men discussed the ANC’s vision of a united South Africa, and before leaving Kennedy gave the ANC leader a portable record player and recordings of speeches made by his brother, former US president JF Kennedy.The ventilation shafts running beneath the floorboards were once used to conceal documents. According to the Arts and Culture Department, during restoration work on the building, workers uncovered a number of papers dating from that historic era.A latecomer to politicsAccording to SA History Online, Luthuli – who preferred his Zulu name Mvumbi (“Continuous Rain”) to his Christian names Albert John – was a latecomer to politics, nearly 50 when he first assumed national political office.Born near Bulawayo in what was then Rhodesia (and is now Zimbabwe) in 1898, Luthuli was sent back to his family’s home at Groutville mission station in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa in 1908.After completing a teaching course at Edendale near Pietermaritzburg, Luthuli took up the running of a small primary school in the Natal uplands. At around the same time, he was confirmed in the Methodist Church and became a lay preacher.The language of the Bible and Christian principles “profoundly affected his political style and beliefs for the rest of his life”, SA History Online states in its biography.In 1920 Luthuli studied further, then took up a teaching post, at Adams College. In 1935 he agreed to accept the chieftaincy of Groutville reserve, and returned home to become an administrator of local tribal affairs for the next 17 years.Luthuli’s public support for the 1952 Defiance Campaign finally brought him into direct conflict with the South African government, who demanded he resign from the ANC and dismissed him from his post as chief when he refused to do so.In response, Luthuli issued “The Road to Freedom is via the Cross”, in which he condemned apartheid as degrading to all who are party to it and expressed both his belief in non-violence and an optimism that whites would sooner or later accept a shared society.“The notoriety gained by his dismissal, his eloquence, his unimpeachable character, and his demonstrated loyalty to the ANC all made Luthuli a natural candidate to succeed ANC President James Moroka”, SA History Online states in its biography.Luthuli was elected ANC president-general by a large majority in December 1952, winning re-election in 1955 and 1958.“Bans imposed in early 1953 and renewed in the following year prevented him from giving direction to the day-to-day activities of Congress”, SA History Online states, “but as a country-bred ‘man of the people’, combining the most inspiring qualities of Christian and traditional leadership, he provided a powerful symbol for an organisation struggling to rally mass support.”Between the end of 1957 and May 1959, during a lapse in restrictions on his movements, Luthuli made a number of highly publicised addresses to whites and mixed audiences, his polished speeches and balanced appeals for reason in race relations earning him the praise of many white South Africans.Six days after the Sharpeville emergency in 1960, Luthuli sought to rally Africans to resistance by publicly burning his pass in Pretoria and calling for a national day of mourning. On 30 March he was detained and held until August, when he was tried and given a six-month suspended sentence.‘How easy it would have been to hate’Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1960, Luthuli was allowed to travel to Oslo to receive the award the following year.In his acceptance speech on 10 December 1961, Luthuli said: “It can only be on behalf of the people of South Africa, all the people of South Africa, especially the freedom-loving people, that I accept this award, that I acknowledge this honour. I accept it also as an honour not only to South Africa, but for the whole continent of Africa …“Quite long ago my forefathers extended a hand of friendship to people of Europe when they came to that continent. What has happened to the extension of that hand only history can say, and it is not time to speak about that here, but I would like to say, as I receive this prize of peace, that the hand of Africa was extended. It was a hand of friendship, if you read history.”In his Nobel lecture, delivered at the University of Oslo on the following day, Luthuli said: “How easy it would have been in South Africa for the natural feelings of resentment at white domination to have been turned into feelings of hatred and a desire for revenge against the white community.“Here, where every day, in every aspect of life every nonwhite comes up against the ubiquitous sign ‘Europeans Only’ and the equally ubiquitous policeman to enforce it – here it could well be expected that a racialism equal to that of their oppressors would flourish to counter the white arrogance toward blacks.“That it has not done so is no accident. It is because, deliberately and advisedly, African leadership for the past fifty years, with the inspiration of the African National Congress, which I had the honour to lead for the last decade or so until it was banned, had set itself steadfastly against racial vaingloriousness.“We know that in so doing we passed up opportunities for an easy demagogic appeal to the natural passions of a people denied freedom and liberty; we discarded the chance of an easy and expedient emotional appeal.“Our vision has always been that of a nonracial, democratic South Africa which upholds the rights of all who live in our country to remain there as full citizens, with equal rights and responsibilities with all others. For the consummation of this ideal we have laboured unflinchingly. We shall continue to labour unflinchingly.”At the end of his lecture, after much applause, Luthuli sang the African anthem, Nkosi sikelel’ iAfrika.On 21 July 1967, while taking a walk near his Natal home, Luthuli was killed, reportedly when he was struck by a train.Source: SA History OnlineWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.
We had high hopes for the AJA CION – but it seems like the camera might flare out before it even gets started. Let’s take a look a the CION situation.Top Image Courtesy of Film and Digital Times.If you’ve been following us here at PremiumBeat you might recall the NAB 2014 post we wrote about the AJA CION. If you don’t remember the article, well, it basically said that we were excited to get our hands on the camera. In 2014 things were looking good for Cion, but the camera quickly ran into problems. Namely, it wasn’t released on time. While it’s not uncommon for a camera to be delayed, the Cion was released almost 6 months late on December 22 2014, to the dismay of all those who pre-ordered.It was only a 3 months later at NAB 2015 that Blackmagic announced updates to the URSA, and then introduced us to the URSA Mini. Suddenly things seemed bleak for the CION. So, while at NAB 2015, AJA decided to lend the CION to filmmakers, as a way to show professionals what the camera could do. AJA President Nick Rashby said in a statement:AJA is known for its generosity to customers with our support, return, and warranty programs, and as a private, diverse company we can make bold moves to show the community that we’re very committed to the professional camera market. We’ve invested heavily in building out a special try-and-buy loaner pool of CION cameras that we’re making available so that any interested shooters can experience this camera and the incredible film-like beauty of these images for themselves before committing to a purchase.This move was seen by many as a move of desperation, almost as if they couldn’t give the CION away in light of low sales numbers. However, when you actually sit down with the camera and look at what all it can do, you come away impressed — and before NAB 2015 the $9000 price point seemed reasonable. But again, Blackmagic dropped the URSA update and the URSA Mini.Now you can buy a 4.6K camera with 15 stops of dynamic range for $5000 and a standard 4K Mini that utilizes 12 stops of dynamic range, the same as the CION, for $3000. In order to compete with this, AJA announced their “Summer of Savings” promotion which cuts the CION price nearly in half, down to $5000. But is it enough? Only time and sales will answer that question. And to be honest, AJA may be extremely limited on time.The Dynamic Range ProblemCinema5D did a comprehensive overview of the CION which shows us the ins and outs of the camera. They also made the discovery that while the camera is listed to have 12 stops of dynamic range, it actually measures out at 8.2. Even if the dynamic range measurement of the URSA fell short, it would still be around 11 stops.With all of the doom and gloom, it hasn’t stopped directors and cinematographers like TJ Derry from using it on pro-level commercials. And we have to say, the image quality does look great, but is it worthy of dropping $2000 more on a camera, or even paying the same price for a 4.6K URSA Mini?ConclusionSo, the original question was: Is the AJA CION the biggest bust in modern filmmaking? It has the potential to be if AJA can’t right the ship and garner strong sales. But I’m not calling it yet, as others have. I say this because there are filmmakers out there who have used it and love it. Had the camera been released earlier it may have had a little stronger footing and an install base to really compete. But then again, given what they are having to compete against, going toe-to-toe with Blackmagic is easier said than done.Want more up to date news and cameras and gear? Check out these articles from PremiumBeat.Choosing Between The Blackmagic URSA and URSA Mini8 Killer Filmmaking Cameras Under $1,000Dream Camera Loadouts: RED Digital CinemaWhat are your thoughts on the CION? Do you believe it’s a doomed camera? Have you used it? Are you like the many who have used it and loved it? Sound off in the comments below.
Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Christian Standhardinger. Photo from Fiba.comBolstering its roster for the upcoming 2018 ASEAN Basketball League season, reigning champion Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions have signed up Christian Standhardinger as their Heritage import for their title retention bid.You First Basket, the Fil-German big man’s agency, confirmed the news on Sunday in a tweet.ADVERTISEMENT China, Korea advance to AVC semis NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters MOST READ Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side View comments Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo LATEST STORIES The 28-year-old Standhardinger has impressed in his short stint with Gilas Pilipinas, leaving a strong impression thanks to his fearless style of play down low.He averaged 11.8 points and 7.4 rebounds in his debut for the national team in the 2017 Jones Cup and upped his scoring in the 2017 Fiba Asia Cup, netting 15.5 markers and 6.5 boards through the three games in the group stages.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingStandhardinger’s addition to Hong Kong keeps the squad as the favorites in the regional league as he joins defending ASEAN Heritage MVP Tyler Lamb and World Import MVP Marcus Elliott this coming season. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next NGCP on security risk: Chinese just technical advisers DILG, PNP back suspension of classes during SEA Games Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information.
James: Romero has improved Man Utd teammate De Geaby Freddie Taylor8 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveDavid James says Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero’s foot skills have improved David De Gea.The Argentine will replace De Gea for Sunday’s clash with Liverpool after the 28-year-old went down with an injury in Spain’s draw with Sweden.And former England goalkeeper James believes Romero, who joined United in 2016, has helped De Gea increase his proficiency in playing out from the back.”I’ve analysed him and there are a few ‘keepers who are highly-rated who just put the ball out there in a general area. But he’s as good as Ederson and Alisson using his left foot and right foot,” James told Goal.”David de Gea is, of course, the number one, but I looked at Romero when Manchester United bought him and I was amazed at how good the guy is with his feet – then I saw an improvement in De Gea.”What you tend to find is when you’ve got two ‘keepers or two players training with each other day in, day out, you start picking up positive habits from the other player.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
Facebook Advertisement The information provided is current as of November 28, 2016.Feature FilmBEAUTIFUL VOICELocal Production Company: Beautiful Voice Pictures Inc.Director: Chuck RussellProducer: Jason ShepheardPM: George GrievePC: Shannon BlouinLM: Brian McWhaALM: Tarina ColledgeExtras: Marie TateProduction Address: 5828 Byrne Road, Burnaby, BC, V5J 3J3Sched: Nov 02/16 – Dec 16/16Email: [email protected]: 604 433 2032 **Hiatus Nov 28 – Dec 8**.OLLIELocal Production Company: TCF Vancouver Productions Ltd.Director: Shane BlackExec. Producer(s): John Davis, Bill BannermanPD: Martin WhistPM: Michael Williams, Adrienne SolPC: Cathy FullertonLM: Monty BannisterALM: Sean MeadeExtras: Andrea BrownProduction Address: 2880 Underhill Avenue, Burnaby, BC, V5A 3C5Sched: Sep 30/16 – May 15/17Email: [email protected]: 604-637-4800 .PARALLELLocal Production Company: Para Productions BC Inc.Director: Isaac EzbanExec. 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Producer(s): Justine WhyteProducer: Josh Epstein, Adam FolkPM: Matthew SantoroPC: Dee KlapwykLM: Debra BeaudreauALM: Daniel RobichaudExtras: La HiltsProduction Address: 1422 William St, Vancouver, BC,Sched: Nov 23/16 – Dec 18/16Email: [email protected]: 604 767 6511.THE MOUNTAIN BETWEEN USLocal Production Company: TCF Vancouver Productions Ltd.Director: Hany Abu AssadProducer: Becki TrujilloPM: Penny GibbsPC: Michele PicardLM: Steven Sach, Robin MounseyALM: Sue BayleyExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanSched: Dec 05/16 – Feb 24/17Email: [email protected]: 778 730 0253 .Digital FeaturePUP STAR SEASON 2Local Production Company: Pup Star 2 Pictures Inc.Director: Robert VincePM: Brian DickPC: Tanner ZurkoskiLM: Terry HayesALM: Christine Vautour, Victor SanchezExtras: Erin FikowskiProduction Address: 836 Viewfield Road, Victoria, BC, V9A 4V1Sched: Nov 14/16 – Dec 16/16Email: [email protected] Tel: 778 265 9170 .TV SeriesALTERED CARBON ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: Altered Carbon Productions I Inc.Director: Miguel Sapochnik, Nicholas HurranExec. Producer(s): Laeta Kalogridis, Steve Blackman, Ralph WinterProducer: John LenicPM: Cecil O’ConnorPC: Corine BuffelLM: Rino PaceALM: Jason Collier, Sean FinnanExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 12091 88th Avenue, Surrey, BC, V3W 3J5Sched: Sep 28/16 – Jun 20/17Email: [email protected]: 604 503 5388 .ARROW ~ SEASON 5Local Production Company: Oliver Queen Films – A Division of Hannah Rachel Production Services Ltd.Director: Kristin Windell, Mary LambertExec. Producer(s): Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, Wendy MericleProducer: Todd PittsonPM: Michael PotkinsPC: Fawn McDonaldLM: Kirk Adamson, Bill BurnsALM: David Costello, Cory Pioveson, Sean GrantExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 3500 Cornett Road, Building B, Vancouver, BC, V5M 2H5Sched: Jul 05/16 – Apr 20/17Email: [email protected]: 604-453-4720 .BATES MOTEL ~ SEASON 5Local Production Company: GEP Bates Motel Inc.Director: Philip Abraham, Steph GreenExec. Producer(s): Carlton Cuse, Kerry Ehrin, Tucker GatesProducer: Justis Greene, Heather Meehan, Pete WhyteDOP: John BartleyPD: Mark FreebornPM: Heather MeehanPC: Jennifer Matcalf, Tim SmithLM: Jina Johnson, Ken BrookerALM: Kevin McLean, Dustin Shea, Andrzej Dec-WilliamsCast: Vera Farmiga, Freddie Highmore, Max Thierot, Nestor Carbonell, Olivia CookeSPFX Coord: Alex BurdettCasting: Coreen Mayrs, Heike BrandstatterExtras: Lisa RatkeSched: Sep 16/16 – Jan 24/17Email: [email protected]: 604-453-4800 .DC: LEGENDS OF TOMORROW ~ SEASON 2Local Production Company: Waverider Films, A Division of Hannah Rachel Production Services Ltd.Director: Alice Troughton, Antonio NegretExec. Producer(s): Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, Phil Klemmer, Chris FedakProducer: Vladimir StefoffPM: Catou KearneyPC: Anita TrueloveLM: Trevor Metz, Peter KlassenALM: Bonnie Northcott, Cole Boughton, Andrew MarlesExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 200 – 8085 Glenwood Drive, Burnaby, BC, V3N 5C8Sched: Jul 18/16 – Jan 10/17Email: [email protected]: 604-639-1855 .FREQUENCY ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: 1996 Films, a division of Adjacent Production Services IncDirector: Stefan Pleszczynski, Thomas WrightExec. Producer(s): Jennifer Gwartz, Jeremy Carver, John KretchmerProducer: David RoessellPM: Jennifer Carpenter HernandezPC: Melissa CrichLM: Sara DoneALM: Dan Moore, Brian McWha, Sean JmaeffExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: P2 – 8165 Glenwood Drive, Burnaby, BC, V3N 5C8Sched: Jul 25/16 – Dec 13/16Email: [email protected]: 604-674-0528 .GIRLFRIEND’S GUIDE TO DIVORCE ~ SEASON 4Local Production Company: GEP Girlfriends Inc.Director: Tanya Wexler, Terrell CleggExec. Producer(s): Marti Noxon, Meryl Poster, Vicki Iovine, Robbie McNeilProducer: Clara GeorgePM: Christina ToyPC: Almaz TadegeLM: Darryl Griffiths, Ritch RenaudALM: Jessica Feskun, Katie KiddExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 3500 Cornett Road Building E, Vancouver, BC, V5M 2H5Sched: Nov 03/16 – Jan 23/17Email: [email protected]: 604-453-4830 **Hiatus Nov 24 – Nov 28** .ICE ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: Diamond Ice CDN Productions Inc.Director: Peter Werner, Jon AmielExec. Producer(s): Sharon Hall, Antoine Fuqua, Robert MunicProducer: Craig ForrestPM: Lisa TowersPC: Mark TachovskyLM: David Tamkin, Kent SponagleALM: Hayley Read, Graeme BlatherwickExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 8355 Riverbend Court, Burnaby BC, V3N 5E7Sched: Aug 08/16 – Dec 23/16Email: [email protected]: 604-449-3630 .IZOMBIE ~ SEASON 3Local Production Company: Zombie I Films, A Division of Hannah-Rachel Production Services LimitedDirector: Mark Piznarski, Michael FieldsExec. Producer(s): Rob Thomas, Diane Ruggerio-Wright, Danielle Stokdyk, Dan EtheridgeProducer: Scott GrahamPM: Tanja KnightPC: Blair Hackman, Shalia EdlLM: Sheri MayervichALM: Mike Bogdanovich, Rob Amar, Angela RiceExtras: Doreen FerreiraProduction Address: 210 – 555 Brooksbank Avenue, Building 10, North Vancouver, BC, V7J 3S5Sched: Jul 25/16 – Jan 09/17Email: [email protected]: 604-983-5656 .LOST IN SPACE ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: Mayflower Productions Inc.Director: Neil MarshallProducer: Brad Van ArragonPM: Colleen MitchellPC: Lauren StopeLM: Michael GazetasALM: Jon CairnsProduction Address: 2400 Boundary Road, Burnaby, BC, V5M3Z3Sched: Jan 23/17 – Jun 26/17Email: [email protected]: 604 292 5010 .LOUDERMILK ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: Loudermilk Production 1 (BC) Inc.Director: Peter FarrellyExec. Producer(s): Mark Berg, David Guillod, Bobby MortProducer: Jonathan Schwartz, Darcy WildPM: Darcy WildPC: Taare Belton-BodsworthLM: Dominic MainALM: Jason LiadisExtras: Sara BrownProduction Address: 101 – 3750 North Fraser Way, Burnaby, BC, V5J 5E9Sched: Oct 24/16 – Dec 19/16Email: [email protected]: 604 436 0528 .LUCIFER ~ SEASON 2Local Production Company: Lightbringer Films, a Division of Hannah Rachel Productions Services Ltd.Director: Alrick Riley, Claudia YarmyExec. Producer(s): Jerry Bruckheimer, Jonathon Littman, Joe Henderson, Ildy Modrovich, Len Wiseman, Tom KapinosProducer: Bonnie BenwickPM: Donald MunroPC: Patricia FosterLM: Greg Astop, Janet McCairnsALM: Karen Gabriel, John Knowlton, Matthew HallExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 8035 Glenwood Drive, 3rd Floor, Burnaby, BC, V3N 5C8Sched: Jun 20/16 – Apr 10/17Email: [email protected]: 604 639 1850 .MECH-X4 ~ SEASON 2Local Production Company: Bay City Productions Ltd.Director: Adam B.Stein, Eric Dean SeatonExec. 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Producer(s): Allison Adler, Andrew Kreisberg, Sarah Schechtter, Greg Berlanti, Geoff JohnsProducer: Brendan FergusonPM: Chris Pavoni, Camille Verschooris (UM)PC: Hudson CooleyLM: Trevor Brokop, Hans DayalALM: Kelsey Fonda, James Clark, Joshua Pickens, Chani SchmidtExtras: Doreen FerreiraProduction Address: 20146 100A Avenue Unit 1, Langley BC, V1M 3G2Sched: Jul 25/16 – Apr 26/17Email: [email protected]: 604 371 2614 .SUPERNATURAL ~ SEASON 12Local Production Company: Supernatural 5 Films Inc.Director: Richard Speight. Jr, PJ PesceExec. Producer(s): Robert Singer, Andrew Dabb, Eugenie Ross-Leaming, Phil Sgriccia, Brad BucknerProducer: Jim Michaels, Craig MathesonPM: Craig MathesonPC: Jason FischerLM: Russell Hamilton, Scott HarperALM: Tarina Colledge, Melanie O’Donnell, Kenneth MilloyExtras: La HiltsProduction Address: 8085 Glenwood Drive, Burnaby, BC, V3N 5C8Sched: Jul 12/16 – Apr 26/17Email: [email protected]: 604-529-1466 **hiatus Nov 19 – Nov 28** .THE 100 ~ SEASON 4Local Production Company: 100 Films – A Division of Hannah Rachel Production Service Ltd.Director: Henry Ian Cusick, Alex KalymniosExec. Producer(s): Jason Rothenberg, Les MorgensteinProducer: Jae MarchantPM: Aren OphoffPC: Susan CrawfordLM: David HalifaxALM: Michael Hauka, Patrick SubarskyExtras: Doreen FerreiraProduction Address: 9110 196A Street, Langley, BC, V1M 3B4Sched: Aug 02/16 – Jan 16/17Email: [email protected]: 604-371-1414 .THE FLASH ~ SEASON 3Local Production Company: Central City Films, a Division of Hannah-Rachel Production Services Ltd.Director: Robert Hardy, Dermott DownsExec. Producer(s): Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, Sarah Schechter, Aaron Helbing, Todd HelbingProducer: JP FinnPM: Brent Crowell, Sean Osmack (UM)PC: Lukia CzerninLM: Greg Jackson, Alan BartolicALM: Tiffany Martin, Kirk Renard, Corrie AlexanderExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 3500 Cornett Road, Building C, Vancouver, BC, V5M 2H5Sched: Jul 07/16 – Apr 21/17Email: [email protected]: 604-453-4980 .TIMELESS ~ SEASON 1Local Production Company: Pico Productions (BC) Ltd.Director: John Showalter, Craig S ZiskProducer: Shawn WilliamsonPM: Paul LukaitisPC: Alison StephenLM: Michael Roberts, Myles LennigALM: Derek Sutherland, Mark Soderberg, Jenna ChalmerExtras: Sandra Ken FreemanProduction Address: 8820 Northbrook Court, Burnaby, BC V5T 5J1Sched: Jul 22/16 – Feb 13/17Email: [email protected]: 604-431-5502 .WHEN CALLS THE HEART ~ SEASON 4Local Production Company: WCTH 4 Productions Inc.Director: Michael Rohl, Neill FearnleyProducer: Vicki Sotheran, Greg MalcolmPM: Simon RichardsonPC: Michael LienExtras: Sara BrownProduction Address: 2939 Bainbridge Avenue, Burnaby, BCSched: Aug 22/16 – Dec 12/16Email: [email protected]: 604-420-2006 .MOWA ROYAL CHRISTMASDirector: Allan HarmonProducer: Jonathan Schwartz, Cynde HarmonPM: Jacquelyn RennerPC: Mara PerezLM: CarsonALM: Jane Victoria KingExtras: Kit HaywardProduction Address: 8 – 3888 North Fraser Way, Burnaby, BC V5J 5H6Sched: Dec 01/16 – Nov 16/16Email: [email protected]: 604 419 0428.BIRTHDAY WISHLocal Production Company: Candle Road Productions Ltd.Director: Peter DeLuiseProducer: Harvey KahnPM: Catherine KretzPC: Yale KussinLM: Nancy LarmanALM: Edison FarfanExtras: Sara BrownProduction Address: 1950 Franklin Street, Vancouver, BC, V5L 1R7Sched: Nov 14/16 – Dec 02/16Tel: 604 257 4720 .FINAL VISIONLocal Production Company: Final Vision Productions Ltd.Director: Nicholas McCarthyProducer: Harvey KahnPM: Crystal RemmeyPC: Ally KimuraLM: Dan McWilliamsALM: Randy SexsmithExtras: Kit HaywardProduction Address: 1950 Franklin Street, Vancouver, BC, V5L 1R2Sched: Nov 30/16 – Dec 21/16Tel: 604 257 4720 .PINCH OF LOVELocal Production Company: Pinch of Salt Productions Inc.Director: Christie WillExec. Producer(s): Kim ArnottPM: Chris WilsonPC: Ron PachkowskiLM: Clayton CarrollALM: Joel De Pourcq, Laura IrvineExtras: La HiltsProduction Address: 2400 Boundary Road, Burnaby, BC, V5L 3Z3Sched: Nov 28/16 – Dec 16/16Email: [email protected] .PSYCHO WEDDING CRASHERLocal Production Company: Pender Street Pictures 4 Inc.Director: David LangloisProducer: Gilles LaplantePM: Richard GreenhalghPC: Natty MoherLM: Ken PooleALM: Chris McLeanExtras: La HiltsProduction Address: 2421 D Alpha Avenue, Burnaby, BC, V5C 5L2Sched: Nov 14/16 – Nov 30/16Email: [email protected]: 604 873 1100 .SECOND TIME AROUNDLocal Production Company: Second Time Films Inc.Director: David WinningProducer: Christian Bruyere, Howard BraunsteinPM: Christian BruyerePC: Jim MckeownLM: Jack VeldhuisALM: Wayne ToewsExtras: Laurie Pavon SolisProduction Address: 3171 Lake City Way, Burnaby, BC, V5K 3A3Sched: Nov 28/16 – Dec 16/16Tel: 604 421 4687 .WALKING THE DOGLocal Production Company: Dog Road Productions Ltd.Director: Gary HarveyProducer: Harvey KahnPM: John PrincePC: Miles GorovichLM: Paul RussellALM: Steve KinghornProduction Address: 2621 Douglas Street, Victoria, BC, V5L 1R2Sched: Nov 14/16 – Dec 05/16Tel: 778 265 6371..Every week CREATIVE BC publishes a list of current productions that are shooting, or about to shoot, in British Columbia. 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Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (16,001.71, down 47.31 points).Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Down 81 cents, or 8.9 per cent, to $8.30 on 27.7 million shares.Aphria Inc. (TSX:APH). Health care. Down $3.52, or 16.9 per cent, to $17.30 on 19.2 million shares.RNC Minerals. (TSX:RNX). Metals. Unchanged at 24 cents on 10.7 million shares.HEXO Corp. (TSX:HEXO). Health care. Down 76 cents, or 9.2 per cent, to $7.49 on 10.5 million shares.Canopy Growth Corp. (TSX:WEED). Health care. Down $9.03, or 13.6 per cent, to $57.28 on 8.7 million shares.Dollarama Inc. (TSX:DOL). Consumer discretionary. Down $8.95, or 17.2 per cent, to $43.12 on 7.7 million shares.Companies reporting major news:Dollarama Inc. (TSX:DOL). Down $8.95, or 17.2 per cent, to $43.12 on 7.7 million shares traded. The discount retailer’s shares had the worst day on the Toronto Stock Market after its second-quarter revenue, earnings and sales growth were weaker than analysts expected and the company indicated that it has been reluctant to raise prices due to competitive pressures. Although the results were shy of forecasts, Dollarama’s profit in the fiscal second quarter rose to $141.8 million from $131.8 million a year ago and sales grew to $868.5 million.Transat AT. (TSX:TRZ). Down 57 cents or 6.5 per cent to $8.25. The tour package company and airline missed expectations as it swung to a loss of $4 million from a $26.6-million profit in the third quarter a year ago. Excluding non-operating items, Transat reported an adjusted loss of $3 million or eight cents per share for the quarter compared with an adjusted profit of $26.9 million or 73 cents per share a year ago. Revenues fell five per cent to $696.6 million.Empire Company Ltd. (TSX:EMP.A). Down 81 cents or 3.2 per cent to $24.25. The parent company of grocery chain Sobeys Ltd. said its fiscal first-quarter profit increased to $95.6 million, up from $54 million a year ago , when it was hit by $28.7 million in costs related to its Project Sunrise cost-savings plan. On an adjusted basis, Empire said it earned $100.2 million or 37 cents per share for the quarter, up from $87.5 million or 32 cents per share a year ago. Sales totalled $6.46 billion, up from $6.27 billion.
VANCOUVER, B.C. – The B.C. government and ICBC announce new regulations for the treatment of people injured in motor vehicle accidents.The province says these changes create a care-based car insurance system in B.C. that will provide increased care. New regulations, coming into effect April 1, 2019, will increase ICBC accident benefits for anyone injured in a crash regardless of fault. Customers will also have access to an expanded list of treatment providers, and updated treatment fees.Christine Bradstock, CEO for PABC says this announcement is positive news. “Working together with ICBC, we see this announcement as positive news for people injured in a motor vehicle accident, as they will have access to enhanced physiotherapy coverage. This is also excellent news for physiotherapists that treat ICBC patients as it allows for early intervention and increased treatment time for patients.”The regulations include updated treatment fees and types of treatments covered by ICBC for both new and existing claims. They also define a minor injury as it relates to payouts for pain and suffering, building on the legislated definition.Treatment protocol guidelines for examination, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of minor injuries to provide more consistent care for people injured in a crash are also included in these changes.For more information on this announcement, you can visit http://www.bcphysio.org/