Day: April 22, 2020

Nunavut 99 – A Public Government

 

   The
new legislative assembly building in downtown Iqaluit —
a government for the people, of the people


  Caribou
forage for food outside Canada’s newest territorial capital,
Iqaluit

[The government
and the NLCA]
[Consensus politics, and elections]

[Decentraliztion] [A journey into
new terrain
]

ake 28 communities, spread them
over almost two million of the most formidable square kilometres
on the Earth’s surface, top it off with the daunting task of
implementing a new government, and you’ve got a recipe that would
scare off most would-be public servants. Yet this is exactly
the task facing the people of Nunavut as April 1, 1999 dawns.

For Inuit, however, a people long renowned for their adaptability,
the creation of Nunavut and the administrative government it
requires has been well conceived, and owes its roots to more
than two decades of vision and dedication.

The government of Nunavut is a public government,

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Kansas Entomological Society > HOME

The Kansas Entomological Society

The Central States Entomological Society

The Society goes by both of the above names.

It provides a forum for entomologists and welcomes as members all persons interested in insects or other terrestrial arthropods, their ecology, behavior, systematics, physiology, control, conservation, etc.

The Society was established in 1928, and produces a quarterly publication, the Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society that contains papers by local authors as well as by persons from many other parts of the world.

The Society holds annual meetings in Kansas or nearby states, at which students as well as established entomologists present results of their research or reviews of topics of interest. There are no concurrent sessions! Thus interactions among individuals and their diverse disciplines are fostered.

The 152nd Kansas Academy of Science and the 96th Kansas Entomological Society joint annual meeting has been canceled due to the risks of the

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Politics | Yahoo News – Latest News & Headlines

The Daily Beast

After weeks of touting an unproven anti-malarial drug as a potential coronavirus cure, Dr. Mehmet Oz did an abrupt about-face on Wednesday, noting that a recent study shows “we don’t know” if hydroxychloroquine works as a COVID-19 treatment.Appearing on Fox & Friends, Oz was asked by co-host Brian Kilmeade—who has also been heavily promoting the drug—to react to a Veterans Administration study that found no benefit to hydroxychloroquine and that there was actually a higher rate of death among coronavirus patients who received it as treatment.“The VA study looked at older and quite a bit sicker patients—all male patients—in their hospitals and they showed that the drug by itself didn’t help, it might harm that population,” the TV doctor replied. He pointed out that other studies he has previously hyped found the drug had some effectiveness as a treatment, but added that those studies found the benefits

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WELCOME TO HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY




The friendly, hard-working residents of Hopkins County welcome you to our western Kentucky home. Come see us and discover:

– Thriving businesses, industries, and a strong entrepreneurial support network

– Excellent access to health care

– Quality education systems, from award-winning elementary schools to advanced postsecondary degrees and skills training

– An eclectic arts community, including a state-of-the-art performing arts center

– Unique shopping, festivals, events, and outdoor recreation

All this plus affordable housing and easy access to cities such as Nashville, Tennessee and Evansville, Indiana make Hopkins County a great place for young professionals, retirees, and families to live, work, and play.

Hopkins County Fiscal Court maintains an open door policy for residents to discuss any questions or issues. Be sure to check this site often for the latest news and updates from Fiscal Court, and follow us on Facebook. 

   Jack Whitfield, Jr. | (270) 821-8294

Home: Japan Society



Japan Society Goes Virtual

In doing our part to contain the spread of COVID-19, we have made the decision to cancel, digitize or postpone all public programs at Japan Society through May 31st. While the doors of our landmarked space remain closed, we are committed to programming virtually, innovating ways to connect us all through inspirational digital content.

Online Language Classes

Registration for Online Classes – Now Open!

We are excited to offer a variety of online classes this spring, conducted via Zoom. Please visit each course or workshop page for more information on how to register.

Presenting the JS-ENCORE Series

JS-ENCORE, the latest addition to our #JSFromHome initiative, is a new bi-weekly series of traditional and contemporary Japanese performances curated by Japan Society’s Artistic Director Yoko Shioya. Our lineup begins with two unique shamisen

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Law careers | Prospects.ac.uk

Deciding on a legal career can be a challenge, especially when there are so many law jobs on offer. To help you make an informed choice here’s a breakdown of available jobs in the sector

Solicitor

You’ll be a confidential adviser that has direct contact with clients, combining expertise and people skills to provide legal guidance and assistance. Once qualified, you can work in private practice, in-house for a commercial or industrial organisation, in local or central government or in the court service.

If you have a qualifying law degree, you need to do the Legal Practice Course (LPC) and then a training contract. If your undergraduate degree isn’t in law you’ll need to do the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) first. However, in 2021 the way that solicitors qualify is set to change with the introduction of the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE).

Discover the skills you’ll need and what

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Security:  Society Hill is a gated community with 24-hour security.  The gatehouse with manned security will give you the comfort of knowing that this is your own private world where only you, your neighbors and invited guests

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Judge Won’t Suspend Ga. Handgun Carry Law During Virus Emergency

A judge declined on Tuesday to suspend a Georgia law that requires people to have a license to carry a handgun after a gun rights group raised concerns because licenses aren’t being issued during the coronavirus emergency.

The same day that Gov. Brian Kemp declared a public health state of emergency, the chief judge of the Georgia Supreme Court declared a judicial emergency and instructed courts statewide to “suspend all but essential court functions” to help stem the spread of the virus. Several days later, the Council of Probate Court Judges of Georgia issued a memo saying the issuance of weapons carry licenses would be temporarily suspended.

GeorgiaCarry.Org and Fulton County resident Sara Carter filed a federal lawsuit April 9 against Kemp and Fulton County Probate Judge Pinkie Toomer. The Fulton County Probate Court website says carry licenses aren’t being processed because area police departments had indefinitely suspended fingerprinting for

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North Korea says denuclearization talks with Pompeo ‘regrettable’

North Korea on Saturday accused the U.S. of undermining the spirit of last month’s summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un after what it says were “regrettable” talks with a delegation led by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

A statement by the North Korean Foreign Ministry, accusing the U.S. of trying to unilaterally pressure the country into abandoning its nuclear weapons, came shortly after Pompeo’s delegation left the country.

“We had expected that the U.S. side would offer constructive measures that would help build trust based on the spirit of the leaders’ summit … we were also thinking about providing reciprocal measures,” Pyongyang’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement, according to The Associated Press.

“However, the attitude and stance the United States showed in the first high-level meeting (between the countries) was no doubt regrettable,” the spokesman said.

It went on to accuse the U.S. of requesting “cancerous demands

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