The draft agreement can be found on the Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry at www.ceaa-acee.gc.ca, reference number 11-05-63919 or the British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office website at www.eao.gov.bc.ca. Individuals or groups interested in taking part in the environmental assessment process can now apply for funding from the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency. $140,000 is available under its participant funding program. To submit an application or to obtain additional information on the program, visit www.ceaa-acee.gc.ca. Applications are due by November 7, 2011. An agreement was drafted up, and the public was asked to give input by November 7, 2011. Council is recommending that funding be given to the local governments and agencies who will be part of the Working Group. The Agreement currently does not provide funding to members of the Working Group, and only refers to funding for the Joint Review Panel. Council is requesting clarification on this matter along with its suggestions. It also recommends that the first draft of the Environment Impact Statement Guidelines be based on comments from the Working Group, in order to not appear self-serving. Section 3.4 of the Agreement has B.C. Hydro preparing the first draft, and then the Working Group reviews it.- Advertisement – Lastly, Council recommends that local governments be given the same opportunities to participants Aboriginal groups have been given, stressing they too be considered a significant stakeholder. These recommendations will be forwarded by city staff to the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office.Advertisement
Perry Groves and Bob Mills were alongside Colin Murray in the studio on today’s show. They were joined by former Aston Villa and Leicester man Graham Fenton.
Who is the best defender at Tottenham?That’s what Kyle Walker asked his team-mate Dele Alli when the duo mucked about with a lie detector that gives the fibber an electric shock.The duo are just two Tottenham players who have been called up to the England squad.WHO COULD TOTTENHAM AND LEICESTER PLAY IN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE NEXT SEASONVideo courtesy of the Tottenham Hotspur YouTube channel.
FINN HARPS’ Premier Division clash with Sligo Rovers next weekend has been brought forward a day.The game at The Showgrounds will now take place on Friday-week, September 13, at 8pm.This weekend, Harps host St Patrick’s Athletic at Finn Park. Harps are six points ahead of UCD and occupy a play-off spot at the moment.Last night, Waterford moved five clear of Harps after a late rally to win 2-1 away to Cork City.Finn Harps’ away game at Sligo brought forward a day was last modified: September 3rd, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare 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:2019 League of Ireland Premier Divisionfinn harpsOllie Horgan
Ally McCoist believes it will take two or three years before Rangers are ready to challenge Celtic for the Scottish Premiership title.The former Rangers striker, who managed the Ibrox side from 2011 until 2014, believes fans will need to be patient as Mark Warburton attempts to close the gap on the Scottish champions.Warburton led the club to promotion last term and head into Saturday’s Old Firm derby at Celtic Park one point behind their rivals having played a game more.Asked how he viewed the team’s progress under his successor, McCoist said: “They have been fine. I was never of the opinion that Rangers were going to come in and set the place on fire and win the league by some considerable distance. “The building process is still quietly in operation. I think it is still going to be two or three years. “What we are seeing from Rangers at this moment is what I expected it to be. “There will be games where things don’t go their way. Obviously the standard of opposition is better than it has been in the last few years so they are finding their feet. “There has been some good performances, one or two average performances but all in all, Rangers are okay at the moment. “I know what Rangers fans and Celtic fans are like. “As fanatical as they are in their support of the team, they are not the most patient and some of them perhaps are not the most realistic. “Rangers and indeed Celtic have improvement in them, particularly Rangers, if they want to challenge for the title and cups on a regular basis and get back on to the European scene.”
Imagine you’re signing up for a new online service and their signup form is asking for your username and password.Seems pretty straightforward, right? You enter your preferred username and use an online password generator to add your secure password with letters, numbers, and symbols. And select their Signup button.You wait a few seconds, only to receive a warning message that your password doesn’t fit their requirements. You can’t use the backslash or ampersand symbol in your password.What in the world? Couldn’t the signup form provided info about what was required? Before you entered your password?Argh! That sense of frustration and annoyance is something we often experience whenever we sign up for an online service.And we shouldn’t have to, if the designers kept the user in mind when they designed the signup form.Thankfully, that sense of frustration didn’t happen to me this week when I signed up for Get Together event management for local communities. Which is why I’m giving them a shoutout as my UX Win for this month. Get Together Event ManagementAs an open source alternative to Meetup.com, Get Together event manager offers event registration and promotion features for meetup groups looking for a cost-effective way to manage their events. I only discovered Get Together Event Management this week, when I was chatting on Twitter about my frustrations with Meetup.com for our local meetup event management. After chatting with Michael Hall, one of the Get Together developers, I learned their online event manager offers Markdown for team and event descriptions, which makes it easy to add headings and other formatting.Nice to have an option to format content for our events! It’s something I used all the time for the multiple meetup groups I help organize, before Meetup.com removed it two years ago with their redesign. I’ll be exploring Get Together in the future for our Refresh Detroit and West Metro Detroit WordPress groups. Don’t Make Users ThinkI think we can all agree nobody likes to fill out signup forms. They can be time-consuming and get in the way of what we want to do. What can designers do to create an easy-to-use signup form? Focus on the user. Create a form that is quick and easy for users to complete, without requiring users to waste time trying to figure out how the form works. First challenge: how can you design a form that encourages people to signup for your service, without overwhelming them by asking for too much information? Only ask for the information you need. With Get Together, they’ve accomplished that goal with a short signup form that only asks for the essential information:UsernamePasswordPassword confirmationI could argue that the password confirmation field isn’t needed. Rather, I would allow users to unmask the password field using a “Show password” option that could turn masking on or off as needed.Why hide the password someone is typing in for the first time? Let the user see it so they won’t forget what their password is.Second challenge: what can designers do to provide username and password requirements?Provide the information to users upfront, with information for each field that has specific requirements.Get Together shines with their clear, easy to find patterns for both username and passwords. Usernames need to be 150 characters or less. Only letters, digits, and @/./+/-/_ are allowed. Passwords can’t be too similar to your other personal info, must contain at least eight characters, can’t be a commonly used passwords, and can’t be entirely numeric. SummaryFilling out signup forms doesn’t need to be a frustrating task for users, if designers keep the user in mind.From my experience signing up, I give high fives to Get Together for:Designing a short form, only asking for essential infoProviding info on the username and password requirements upfrontThank you, Get Together for creating an easy-to-use signup process.I’ve signed up and I’ll be exploring the features of their event manager. Expect to see a post in the near future on my findings. Taking the time to pay attention to the details made for a user-friendly Get Together signup process.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…Related
Tigers extend win streak to fiveBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterRHINELANDER — The Marshfield boys basketball team extended its win streak to five games with a 70-48 win over Rhinelander in a nonconference contest Tuesday night at Rhinelander High School.Marshfield shot 53 percent from the floor (25 of 47), made six 3-pointers, and was an impressive 14 of 17 from the free throw line in the victory.Ethan Posteluk scored 16 points, Reed Miller and Alec Hinson each had 12 points, and Grant Michaelis and Brant Bohman both finished with 11 points for the Tigers (12-8) in a balanced scoring effort.Nathan McGrath came off the bench to provide a team-high eight rebounds and added three assists as well for Marshfield.The Tigers will play their final Wisconsin Valley Conference and regular-season home game Friday against Wausau West. With a win, Marshfield would clinch sole possession of second place in the Valley.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)Tigers 70, Hodags 48Marshfield 39 31 – 70Rhinelander 22 26 – 48MARSHFIELD (70): Ethan Posteluk 5-6 4-4 16, Brant Bohman 3-5 4-4 11, Seth Anderson 1-4 1-4 3, Reed Miller 5-10 0-0 12, Tommy Olsen 1-2 0-0 2, Alec Hinson 5-7 2-2 12, Grant Michaelis 4-8 3-3 11, Nathan McGrath 0-2 0-0 0, Isaac Meverden 0-0 0-0 0, John Reigel 0-1 0-0 0, Adam Hauge 1-1 0-0 3, Nick Stewart 0-1 0-0 0. FG: 25-47. FT: 14-17. 3-pointers: 6-12 (Posteluk 2-3, Miller 2-4, Bohman 1-1, Hauge 1-1, Olsen 0-1, Hinson 0-1, Michaelis 0-1). Rebounds: 31 (McGrath 8). Assists: 21 (Bohman 4). Turnovers: 9. Fouls: 16. Fouled out: none. Record: 12-8.RHINELANDER (48): Statistics not provided. Record: 11-7.
As South Africa’s grade 12s gear up for their final exams, Brand South Africa, iSchool Africa and the Department of Basic Education have intensified their call for South Africans to help improve the chances of underprivileged learners. Generations actress Sophie Ndaba champions the School of 2010 initiative. Click arrow to play video. Published on SouthAfrica.info on 1 October 2010. Source: Fly the Flag Fridays
Spruce Street Harbor ParkWhen:May 12-October 1 Where:Spruce Street Harbor Park, 301 S. Columbus Boulevard Cost:Pay as you go www.delawareriverwaterfront.com Ready for a sign of spring and summer? Spruce Street Harbor Park at Penn’s Landing on the Delaware River Waterfront will officially open for the 2017 season on Friday, May 12, bringing with it all of the al fresco fun from last year and then some. Yes!FAST FACTSSpruce Street Harbor Park opens for the season on Friday, May 12.The season runs through Sunday, October 1.The park opens with its first-ever opening weekend festival.Admission to Spruce Street Harbor Park is free; all food and drinks are pay as you go.Developed by the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation and sustained by Univest Bank & Trust Co., the temporary summertime village on Penn’s Landing is an essential Philadelphia summertime attraction with a floating restaurant, a beer garden, delicious food, hammocks, a boardwalk, colorful LED lights and entertainment schedule.The floating barges with over-the-water seating, food and a bar will return with great dining offerings from a number of local restaurateurs. Garces Group, Chickie’s and Pete’s, Federal Donuts (yes, fried chicken sandwich!) and Franklin Fountain will return for the season with food and drink options ranging from tacos and burgers to pizza and ice cream. It’s opening weekend for Spruce Street Harbor Park! Enjoy food, drinks, games and plenty of hammocks for lounging. (Spruce Street Harbor Park | Photo by M. Fischetti for Visit Philadelphia) Spruce Street Harbor Park returns for 2017 with…An opening weekend festivalFood and drinks from Garces Group, Chickie’s and Pete’s, Federal Donuts and moreNew draft cocktailsMore hammocksThere will be an even larger draft beer selection this year thanks to the addition of new draft lines. Rotating draft cocktails will also debut this year to complement the existing wine and cocktail selections.And when you need a place to sit back and enjoy the food and drinks (or just relax), check out the newly expanded selection of hammocks. Due to high demand, Spruce Street Harbor Park is adding 25 new colorful hammocks to the park for the 2017 season.Opening Weekend FestivalThis year, the park opens with the first-annual UNIVESTival, a three-day-long event with both on-the-water activities and off-the-water fun.UNIVESTival runs from opening day, Friday, May 12, through Sunday, May 14, and promises a bevy of special events throughout the weekend. Guests can enjoy a tightrope and aerial show by Philly Circus, craft time with local arts companies, a magic show and live music. Each night of the festival, a different local musician will take the stage at the waterfront park — DJ King Britt on May 12, Son Little on May 13 and Trinidelphia on May 14. (Photo by Matt Stanley) Spruce Street Harbor Park’s 2017 season will run from Friday, May 12 to Sunday, October 1.Spruce Street Harbor Park opens on Friday, May 12 and remains open until Sunday, October 1.Stay tuned for more on this exciting outdoor attraction!