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Victoria teens accidental overdose started with prescription drugs parents say

first_imgVICTORIA – The parents of a Victoria teen who died Friday from an accidental overdose say they felt trapped by a medical system that didn’t give them a say in their son’s painkiller prescriptions.Sixteen-year-old Elliot Eurchuk, whom his parents described as a kind and funny athlete, died at his home after taking street drugs they believe he was using to help him sleep.Rachel Staples and Brock Eurchuk say their son’s drug use started after he was prescribed opioids for four surgical procedures last year, even though they had requested alternative treatments.Two surgeries treated his fractured jaw, which he broke on a soccer field, and two others were for shoulder reconstructions from another sports injury.In February, Elliot was in hospital again for three weeks with an infection.His parents say they again asked for alternatives to opioids, and for access to his medical records when he overdosed after leaving the hospital on a day pass. They say they were told Elliot was old enough to make his own medical decisions.In British Columbia, the Infants Act says children under 19 may consent to a medical treatment on their own under certain conditions: the health-care provider is sure the treatment is in the child’s best interest, and the child understands the potential risks and benefits.It’s up to the health-care provider to assess and ensure the child’s understanding of the treatment.The concept of maturity has generally replaced chronological age in laws across the country, according to the Canadian Medical Protective Association.Only Quebec has established a fixed age of consent at 14, below which the consent of a parent or guardian is required for treatment, the association said on its website.Staples and Eurchuck believe their son started buying street drugs, which were marketed as pharmaceutical-grade pills, in the five-month period between two surgeries, when he experienced chronic and acute pain.His father said he wants to dispel any myth that kids who use drugs are “bad.“My son wasn’t a perfect kid, but he was a kind, gentle, personable boy who had a really good future ahead of him,” Eurchuk said.Elliot was a clever kid with an interest in chemistry, his father said, but he had a “fatal misunderstanding” that he had control over what was going into his body.His son was looking forward to getting back into hiking, strength training and going back to school in the fall, after a difficult year, Eurchuk said.Staples described her son as a funny kid who loved reading and puns, rugby, soccer, boxing and hiking.She said she’d like to see the system change to give parents more agency in decisions about their children’s health.“You can’t know what you’re doing when you have an addicted brain, and there’s no way a child should be making their own medical decisions when they’re in that state,” Staples said.Island Health said it will conduct a review of the care Eurchuk received in the health authority’s facilities.“At Island Health our hearts are broken for the family and friends of this young man,” spokeswoman Meribeth Burton said in a statement.“As his family is bravely speaking about the dangers of illicit drugs, we remind everyone: don’t use alone, have a naloxone kit and be trained to use it.”The B.C. Coroners Service confirmed it is in the “very early” stages of investigating the death of a male teen from Victoria.Oak Bay High School, which Elliot attended in addition to Mount Douglas Secondary School, issued a notice of his death to parents.The school district’s critical response team was at the school Friday and will be on site next week to provide additional counselling support for students, according to an email shared by one of the parents.A memorial event for Elliot will be held later in the week.last_img read more

October 17, 2019 0

50 Cent Joins Feeding Americas Entertainment Council

first_imgFeeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, welcomes music mogul and entrepreneur, 50 Cent, to its Entertainment Council as the newest celebrity supporter.Building on the existing partnership with his audio brand, SMS Audio, 50 Cent joins Entertainment Council celebrities from across the entertainment industry, including Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, and Jennifer Aniston.Entertainment Council members help raise awareness about the serious issue of hunger in America through public support via media relations, cause-marketing programs, and public policy initiatives. Additionally, each member demonstrates sincere concern for domestic hunger by participating in volunteer opportunities at Feeding America member food banks.Growing up in the South Jamaica neighborhood of Queens, NY, and raised by his grandparents after the death of his mother, 50 Cent encountered many obstacles as a child. He has seen the effects of poverty firsthand, similar to the nearly 49 million Americans facing hunger in the United States.“I’m blessed to have the ability to easily help people in need through my successes, and the Feeding America Entertainment Council is the perfect outlet for me to continue to do so,” said 50 Cent, CEO of SMS Audio. “I knew linking up SMS Audio with Feeding America was the way to go when it came to tackling the growing hunger crisis here at home, and I’ve been right.”In an existing partnership with SMS Audio, each online purchase of SYNC by 50 or STREET by 50 in the United States via helps provide 250 meals to those facing hunger. To date, the partnership with Feeding America has provided more than 215,000 meals to Americans struggling to put food on the table.In May 2012, 50 Cent volunteered at City Harvest to help repack 15,000 pounds of sweet potatoes for those facing hunger in New York. Additionally, in June 2012, SMS Audio staff members helped pack boxes of food at Feeding South Florida, the Feeding America member food bank near the company’s Delray Beach, FL offices.For more information about Feeding America’s partnership with SMS Audio, visit For more information about SMS Audio and its products, visit Americalast_img read more

October 16, 2019 0

New Imax VR puts John Wicks gun in your hand

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October 15, 2019 0

SecretaryGeneral meets with top officials in Czech Republic at start of European

Mr. Ban met President Václav Klaus and will meet with Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg later today, according to a spokesperson for the Secretary-General. The stop in Prague is the first on a four-country visit to Central and Eastern Europe that will also take in visits to Hungary, Ukraine and Russia.Mr. Ban briefed Mr. Klaus on the latest developments in North Africa, particularly Libya and Egypt.He stressed that the European Union has an important role to play, especially in socio-economic development, in many of the countries currently facing unrest.The UN chief, who also met with non-governmental organizations (NGOs), noted that the Czech Republic has its own experience in managing a transition to a democracy, and could therefore make a useful contribution to the situation in North Africa and the Middle East.Mr. Ban and Mr. Klaus also discussed the situation in the Western Balkans, global governance and the activities of the G20 group of economies. 15 April 2011The recent unrest and pro-democracy protest movements across North Africa and the Middle East topped the agenda during talks today in Prague between Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and senior officials from the Czech Republic. read more

October 11, 2019 0

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Quotations for key foreign currencies in terms of the Canadian dollar. Quotations are nominal, for information purposes only.Canadian dollar value on Thursday, the previous day, three-months and one-year: Currency Thu Wed 3 months Year U.S. dollar 1.2198 1.2187 1.3209 1.3197 British Pound 1.6320 1.6119 1.6883 1.7471 Japanese Yen 0.0110 0.0110 0.0121 0.0129 Euro in U.S. 1.1892 1.1912 1.1259 1.1250 Euro in Cdn 1.4506 1.4517 1.4872 1.4847Quotations provided by the Bank of Canada

October 8, 2019 0

Families of Indian fishermen stage protest against Sri Lanka

The families of the fishermen said that the Central government should introduce a new law to allow free ‘hook and line’ and ‘gill net’ fishing in marine waters, which did not by any means affect the marine ecosystem. Families and relatives of the 20 fishermen from Thoothukudi, India, who were arrested by Sri Lankan navy personnel on a charge of trespassing into the waters of the island nation on Saturday, thronged the Collectorate Thoothukudi, seeking the intervention of the district administration to help secure the early release of the fishermen and their boats, The Hindu newspaper reported.They said that their livelihood would be at stake until the 20 fishermen were released from custody in Sri Lanka. P. Santhya Pacheik, owner of one of three confiscated boats, said that residents of Threspuram – a majority of them country boat fishermen – were deeply saddened by their detention. The fishermen families submitted a petition to the district administration, and also met Superintendent of Police Ashwin M. Kotnis, seeking his help in this regard. (Colombo Gazette) Fishermen from Tamil Nadu were often being arrested by Sri Lankan navy on the charge of cross-border fishing. read more

October 8, 2019 0

Ford government cuts funds for Mohawk climate centre

A new climate change centre at Mohawk College is facing an uncertain future under the Ford government.The Centre for Climate Change Management is a join initiative between the college, the cities of Hamilton and Burlington, and Sustainable Hamilton Burlington.It is currently under construction and was created to outline climate plans for the municipalities.The centre was receiving $2 million a year from the provincial cap and trade program, which has been scrapped by the PC government.Ford says the cap and trade program is a government cash grab that doesn’t actually benefit the environment. read more

October 7, 2019 0

An early rise fades by midday on Wall Street Nasdaq halts options

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Associated Press Posted Nov 1, 2013 10:12 am MDT An early rise fades by midday on Wall Street; Nasdaq halts options trading because of a glitch NEW YORK, N.Y. – An early rise on Wall Street was mostly gone by midday as the stock market comes off of a record-setting October.The Dow Jones industrial average was up just seven points, or 0.1 per cent, at 15,552 at noon Eastern time (1600 GMT) Friday. It was up 103 points earlier.The Standard & Poor’s 500 index was down two points, or 0.1 per cent, at 1,754. The Nasdaq composite was down 11 points, or 0.3 per cent, at 3,907.Trading was halted on the Nasdaq Options Market as of 10:36 a.m. Eastern time, according to Nasdaq OMX. Regular stock trading was not affected.The S&P 500 closed at a record high seven times during October, most recently on Tuesday. It ended October with a gain of 4.5 per cent. read more

October 4, 2019 0

Policies to protect wetlands necessary for sustainable economies – UNbacked report

“Policies and decisions often do not take into account the many services that wetlands provide – thus leading to the rapid degradation and loss of wetlands globally,” the Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), Achim Steiner, said in a news release on the report, entitled ‘The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity for Water and Wetlands.’“There is an urgent need to put wetlands and water-related ecosystem services at the heart of water management in order to meet the social, economic and environmental needs of a global population predicted to reach nine billion by 2050,” he added.Half of the world’s wetlands were lost during the twentieth century – due mainly to factors such as intensive agricultural production, unsustainable water extraction for domestic and industrial use, urbanization, infrastructure development and pollution, according to UNEP. The continuing degradation of wetlands is resulting in significant economic burdens on communities, countries and businesses.The report was produced by The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB), a UNEP-hosted initiative that seeks to draw attention to the global economic benefits of biodiversity, drawing together expertise from the fields of science, economics and policy to enable practical actions moving forward. The report provides a series of recommendations that would slow and ultimately halt the degradation of wetlands. These include: integrating the wetlands into national decision-making processes, ensuring that wetland services are fully considered as solutions for land and water management, committing to protect biodiversity in this ecosystem, and ensuring the participation of communities, including indigenous peoples, on managing solutions for the wetlands. It also encourages businesses to assess the risks of their operations in the wetlands as well as their dependency on this valuable resource.At a global level, the report says there is a need to ensure that the role and value of water and wetlands are integrated into implementation of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the set of anti-poverty targets known as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), among other international agreements.The Ramsar Convention, an intergovernmental initiative on the wetlands, also contributed to the development of the report which received financial support from the Norwegian, Swiss and Finnish Governments. Other organizations that contributed the report include the Institute for European Environmental Policy, the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Wetlands International, the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, and the International Union for Conservation of Nature. read more

October 2, 2019 0

Caricom countries left out of 2017 Travel Index again

Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppThe number of Caribbean countries included on the 2017 Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Index (TTCI) has dropped from six to four. The TTCI is a biennial report by the World Economic Forum measuring the “set of factors and policies that enable the sustainable development of the Travel & Tourism sector.” This year’s report, which was released earlier this month, ranked 136 countries based on 14 categories including safety and security, business environment, health, environmental sustainability and infrastructure. Guyana and Haiti were included in the 2015 index, but were not assessed for 2017. Although many of the 20 Caricom countries rely on tourism for economic growth, most are not included on the index due to insufficient data. Caricom countries included in the 2017 TTCI are Barbados, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Trinidad & Tobago. With an overall rank of 58, Barbados was deemed the safest in the region. However, Barbados has lost it’s position in the top 50 most tourist-friendly countries as it’s 2015 rank was 46 out of 141 countries. Following Barbados, Jamaica received an overall rank of 69 with T&T and the DR getting 73 and 76 respectively. Latin America (and the Caribbean) was named the second most improved region, but quality and efficiency of transportation, lack of development of resources and environmental protection were listed as issues that need to be addressed.#MagneticMediaNews#TTCI2017 Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: read more

September 17, 2019 0

KPD Addresses Increase In Crime Rate

first_imgKPD Lt. Ben Langham: “In the last two years our thefts have gone up. I think the bigger picture here is it’s probably related to Senate Bill 91, and changes the legislature has made that we’ve obviously seen an increase in crime. Property crime is one of those areas that we have seen an increase.”  Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Police Department is attributing the recent uptick in property crimes and retail theft to Alaska’s sweeping crime bill, Senate Bill 91. Senate Bill 91, was written based on recommendations from the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission, aimed to reduce prison overcrowding and recidivism by giving “low risk” offenders treatment instead of time behind bars. Langham: “A lot of the crimes that we are seeing, are happening in private residences and of people belongings, but we are also seeing an uptick of retail theft happening in the Kenai area. We are working with our retailers to try and curb the ongoing thefts that are happening.”  However, in the case of petty theft or a shoplifting offense the individual is typically processed and released fairly quickly. Lt. Langham stated that the rise in shoplifting “boils over into the community.”center_img If the value of the merchandise is less than $50, the offense is a class B misdemeanor. If the value of the merchandise is between $50 and $500, the offense is a class A misdemeanor. However, if the shoplifting involves a firearm or merchandise valued at more than $500, the offense is a class C felony. Alaska, like many states, classifies its theft offenses according to the value of the property taken. Offenders face more severe punishment and more serious criminal charges as the value of the property increases. If you see anything suspicious don’t hesitate to contact your local police department.last_img read more

September 14, 2019 0

Second Round of Layoffs at Texas Depot Scheduled Lawmakers Seek New Mission

first_imgThe Red River Army Depot in northeastern Texas will lay off 305 workers, including 98 DOD civilians and 207 contractor employees, beginning Aug. 31 as part of the second phase of a restructuring plan. The cutbacks come as the facility’s workload drops by about 1.3 million direct labor hours from the previous year, reported the Texarkana Gazette. The first round of layoffs began in May when a total of 600 workers lost their jobs. … Last week, the senators from Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma urged Army Materiel Command to award depot work for armored multi-purpose vehicles (AMPV) to Red River, citing the depot’s workforce, production lines and technical expertise. “Red River has been the Bradley’s [depot source of repair] since the 1980s and the Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence since 2002. These designations, coupled with the 75 percent commonality that AMPV shares with the Bradley, make Red River the most effective and efficient choice for the maintenance and sustainment of this new vehicle,” the six lawmakers wrote AMC Commander Gen. Gustave Perna, reported the Texarkana Gazette.AMC Photo by Cherish Washington Dan Cohen AUTHORlast_img read more

September 13, 2019 0

Hyderabad Police arrest actor Raj Tharun

first_imgHero Raj Tharun was arrested for smashing his car in the night time going over speed than the limit by Madhapur Police. He fled from the place after the accident. The incident became a huge sensation as police found the car and squeezed it. They got evidence from Karthik last night stating that Raj Tharun was drunk and driving. The actor accepted that he was driving the car and stated that he was not drunk. He stated to police that he ran in a hurry and his judgement was clouded by fear. Also Read – Saaho Movie Premieres Talk Advertise With Us He was released on station bail by police after registering the case and he will appear in front of session judge on Monday for further investigation of the case. Raja Ravindra, his manager filed case on Karthik stating that he blackmailed him and his actor, Raj Tharun with the video demanding Rs. 5 lakhs from them.last_img read more

September 6, 2019 0

Fashion brands urged to pay more 6yrs after Rana Plaza disaster

first_imgIn this AFP file photo taken on 24 April 2013 Bangladeshi garment workers help evacuate a survivor using lengths of textiles as a slide to evacuate them from the rubble after an eight-storey building collapsed in Savar, on the outskirts of Dhaka. Photo: AFPGarment workers in Bangladesh face lower wages and exploitation as fashion brands have failed to compensate factories for safety improvements backed by big labels, labour leaders said on Wednesday, six years after the deadly Rana Plaza disaster.The collapse of the factory on the outskirts of the capital, Dhaka, in April 2013 killed more than 1,100 workers, putting pressure on major brands and sparking demands for better safety in the world’s second-largest exporter of readymade garments.Fashion companies constantly pressure Bangladeshi garment suppliers to keep prices low and produce clothing faster, a new report by Human Rights Watch (HRW) said, resulting in cost-cutting on safety and wages, and the mistreatment of workers.Two agreements after the Rana Plaza disaster saw retailers involved in initiatives to improve conditions in factories: the Bangladesh Accord on fire and building safety – signed by about 200 major brands and unions – and an alliance on worker safety.But many of Bangladesh’s factory owners said that brands had not covered the cost of the safety improvements they had made.“While we have had to invest … the prices (of production) have not gone up,” said Rubana Huq, the newly-elected president of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, a national trade organisation of 4,000-odd members.“We have mostly become cash strapped,” added Huq, also managing director of the Mohammadi Group, which owns a string of factories supplying brands from H&M to Primark in Bangladesh.“Buyers could have helped by being a little generous instead of taking advantage of the post-Rana Plaza image of Bangladesh.”As competing garment factories are pushed lower on price by global clothing brands, profit margins are squeezed and this leads to workers’ wages being cut or paid late, restricted break times, and rising production targets, said the report by HRW.This also leaves factories that had made safety improvements unable to compete or forced to push costs onto their workers by cutting wages, according to HRW, which urged brands to be more transparent and create fairer contracts with factory owners.British pop band the Spice Girls in January said they would fund a probe into a Bangladesh factory over its treatment of women making T-shirts for a charity campaign backing equality, following media reports of long working days, low pay and abuse.The workers were reported to earn as little as 45 cents an hour, but Huq said earlier this year that factories struggle to pay higher wages as they do not get a fair price from brands.COMPETITIONKalpona Akter, a Bangladeshi labour leader, said factory owners should work together in order to push back against brands that make unreasonable demands and request ever-lower prices.“There is so much … competition (between factories), the price for producing clothes keeps going lower and that’s harmful for workers,” said Kalpona Akter, founder and head of the Bangladesh Centre for Worker Solidarity, an advocacy group.“Factory owners in Bangladesh along with owners from other countries need to learn how to say no to brands. That will help workers a lot,” Akter told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.The Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI), an organisation that represents brands, suppliers and trade unions, said that it encourages all brands to follow UN global guidelines and ensure that workers are safe, paid fairly and free from abuse.“All workers should be free from exploitation and discrimination and enjoy conditions of freedom, security and equity,” an ETI spokeswoman said in an email.Bangladesh’s labour minister could not be reached for comment.Bangladesh’s Supreme Court is considering an appeal by the Accord against a ruling last year which ordered it to shut down, with a national regulatory body primed to take on the mantle.last_img read more

September 3, 2019 0

High tides flood hundreds of homes along Costa Ricas Pacific coast

first_imgRelated posts:High tides expected along Pacific coast this week Hundreds left homeless by Costa Rica flooding El Niño heat expected to last through May Landslides block roads, cause losses at farms in Tilarán Facebook Comments The highest tides of the year along Costa Rica’s Pacific coast caused flooding in the province of Puntarenas in the early hours of Tuesday and Wednesday.The Red Cross reported that more than 200 houses were flooded early Tuesday morning in central Puntarenas and also in Osa and Golfito as high tides surpassed 3 meters (10 ft.).At least 120 houses were flooded Wednesday, mostly in downtown Puntarenas, Chacarita, El Invu, El Carmen, and El Cocal. The flooding started at around 4:00 a.m., with water levels reaching some 3.50 meters (11.5 ft) in some areas.Emergency response agencies reported only material losses, mainly damaged food, furniture and appliances.Omar Lizano, top oceanographer with the University of Costa Rica’s Marine Sciences Research Center (MIO-CIMAR), said the high tides were due to the nearness of the moon to the Earth, and of the Earth to the sun.Experts expect a new high tide at 4:13 p.m. today, which could exceed 3.12 meters (10.2 ft). They’re also forecasting another high tide at 4:40 a.m. Thursday, which could reach 3.28 meters (10.7 ft).Lizano noted that a similar situation occurred 18 years ago, and coincidentally when the country was also under the influence of an El Niño weather phenomenon.last_img read more

August 19, 2019 0

Ibis becomes megabrand at Accor

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J. Accor has released plans to re-invent its hotel products and services, as it aims to cater to changes in consumer expectations.Unveiling plans earlier this month, the Group said it ushering ibis in as its mega-brand, which would be divided into three groups ibis, all seasons which will become ibis styles and Etap Hotel will be renamed to ibis budget.  Completing the implementation of the new plan by 2013, the company described its Dyamization Strategy as a move to strengthen its economy brands, customer satisfactions, boost efficiency and ensure the Group’s expansion into the worldwide market place.  “With our international leadership, we will revolutionize our economy brand portfolio around the ibis brand, which benefits from unrivalled worldwide notoriety,” Accor chief executive Denis Hennequin. “Consequently, ibis, Etap hotel and all seasons will evolve into a group of three strong, innovative, modernized brands and become ibis, ibis styles and ibis budget. “ibis is now the keystone of our economy portfolio.”Rebranding will also include modernising hotels with new, comfortable bedding, redesigning common areas and food and beverage menus as well as updating technologies.Accompanied with a communication campaign in 2012, the company said it will adopt a new tagline ‘Open New Frontiers in Hospitality’ that carries the spirit of innovation.“Our ambition is reflected through a new signature: ‘Open New Frontiers in Hospitality’ and through stronger identity symbols,” Mr Hennequin added.last_img read more

August 17, 2019 0

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February 28, 2019 0

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