Monthly Archives: August 2022

Ottawa Planning Digital Identity Program

A federal government report says the next steps in advancing the Liberals’ digital infrastructure is to introduce a “digital identity program.” The announcement was revealed in a government report released August 4 titled Canada’s Digital Ambition 2022, as the first reported by True North. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the …

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Becton Dickinson recalls Intraosseous Needle Kits, Manual Intraosseous Screwdriver Kits and Intraosseous Electric Screwdrivers for issues that may delay treatment delivery

The FDA has identified this as a Class I recall, the most serious type of recall. Use of these devices can result in serious injury or death. Recalled product Product Name: BD Intraosseous Needle Set Kits, BD Intraosseous Manual Driver Kits, BD Intraosseous Motorized Driver Product codes: see recall database …

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Halifax space program gets $485,000 to inspire diverse youth to study stars

A Halifax-based space engineering initiative wants to attract young people from diverse backgrounds to the space industry – and after recently receiving nearly half a million dollars in funding, organizers say they plan to expand the program. “I would like to see our program go national. We can take this …

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Napier pleased with installation progress, aiming to minimize penalties

Florida Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Co-Coach Sale Robspeaking to the media at UF’s preseason camp report day, felt the offense had the vast majority of their system in place throughout the 34-year spring training window days extending from March to mid-April. “There’s a little left. But we …

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Dungeons & Dragons for Adults: Cherry Hill Monday Handbook

CHERRY HILL, NJ – Welcome to the August 8 edition of The Monday Manual, where we highlight some of the events coming up this week in Cherry Hill. On Monday, August 8, the Cherry Hill Public Library invites adults to participate in their Dungeons & Dragons game which begins at …

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Connecticut’s Electric Vehicle Charger Installer Program Achieves Great Success

JAccording to a recent webinar hosted by Eversource and United Illuminating, the Connecticut Public Utility Regulatory Authority’s (PURA) incentives to promote the installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in businesses and homes across the state have so far proven to be effective. The rebate program, which offers to cover …

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US DOT considering electronic forms for drug testing program –

The US Department of Transportation will consider allowing the use of electronic forms and signatures as part of its drug and alcohol testing regulations. The US DOT has issued a prior notification of proposed regulation in the Federal Register on Friday, August 5. Comments on the notice will be accepted …

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ICE Announces New Immigrant Photo ID Pilot Program

Officials said U.S. immigration authorities plan to issue photo ID cards to immigrants as part of deportation proceedings in a bid to reduce paper use and help people get Keep informed of required meetings and hearings. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) proposal is still being developed as a pilot …

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Bed-Stuy’s Everyday Heroes Celebrated in Public Art Installation

The married “community hero” duo, Elder Ronald John and Minister Colleen John, smile in the park on Wednesday. Photo: Ella Napack Last year, the community of Bedford-Stuyvesant honored over 20 everyday heroes who have helped the neighborhood thrive. A year later, on August 3, the community gathered again to listen …

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Airbnb and Reviews.org offer work-from-home destinations

Did you land a remote gig? Looking to pack up your laptop and live your life on the go? Need a week to recharge your batteries and relax? The digital nomadic life is emerging in a multitude of forms, and organizations are responding with offers of remote work. From civic …

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Biogas – Bloom Energy Dairy Farm Facility Receives National Recognitions

The collaboration – recognized by ABC for its innovation in the US biogas industry and the global energy landscape – is the first to use renewable biogas to generate electricity from fuel cells to power a micro- on-site network and a fleet of electric vehicles (EV). This facility addresses the …

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Intus Care Announces New PACE Program Partnerships with Five Organizations Across the Country, Catalyzing Data-Driven Change and High-Value Multidisciplinary Care

Providence, RI –Direct News– Intus Care, developer of an innovative predictive analytics platform designed for geriatric health, today announced new partnerships with five PACE programs across the country. The programs use both the recently launched program Technical Assistance Consulting (TAC) services and Intus Care software analysis platform to optimize the …

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AFTER THE FLOOD audio installation arrives at the Creativity Center

The world premiere of immersive audio installation and workshop After the Flood, a hopeful tale of how communities thrive in the future despite the climate crisis, leads the spring program of events and practical participatory experiences of the Opera in its Creativity Centre. Developed by Melbourne-based performance company Triage Live …

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Equity-Based Follett ACCESS Program Ensures Student Well-Being, Academic Success, and Affordability of Course Materials | New

WESTCHESTER, Illinois–(BUSINESS WIRE)–August 1, 2022– Follett Higher Education, North America’s largest campus retailer, today announced that its powerful and revolutionary Follett ACCESS program continues to grow and improve student outcomes on more than 330 college campuses. through its network. As today’s educational landscape continues to change, Follett ACCESS remains a …

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