A CO Donegal cyclist was being hailed by his sport today after a stunning performance in one of Britain’s top races.Ciaran McDermott, from Doochary, competed alongside 25,000 other cyclists in the epic London to Surrey 100-mile race.And Ciaran finished SECOND. All that training in the hills of Donegal really works!Ciaran is pictured outside Buckingham Palace.CYCLIST CIARAN IN STUNNING 100-MILE LONDON RACE was last modified: August 6th, 2013 by John2Share 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:ciaran mcdermottDoocharylondon to surrey race
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(Source: Reuters) Top News The officials of CBI arrived at city police headquarters to meet Police Commissioner Ahmed Javed on Friday, MEA spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said MoS External Affairs Gen.000 Indians in Yemen. particularly his truncated maiden stint from November 2005 to 2008, Chouhan had said the international publication had no business doing it.” said former child development project officer Manorama Majhi, And in the last six months, the government will complete the technical and financial evaluation of the five bids it has received from prospective project management consultants, Harish Rao said. Related News The bitter dispute between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana over sharing of water of Nagarjuna Sagar dam ended in a thaw with Chief Ministers N Chandrababu Naidu and K Chandrasekhar Rao meeting in the presence of common Governor ESL Narasimhan here on Saturday.
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Canadian manufacturers see stronger export sales, but overall outlook bleak: RBC by The Canadian Press Posted Feb 1, 2016 10:12 am MDT Last Updated Feb 1, 2016 at 11:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – A monthly survey of purchasing managers suggests the outlook for Canada’s manufacturing sector remains negative but is not quite as dire as in December because of a pickup in export demand.The RBC Canadian Manufacturing PMI registered 49.3 in January, just below the 50-point mark that indicates a neutral outlook.Royal Bank noted in its commentary that the December reading of 47.5 was a record low for the five-year-old index. Any measure below 50 is considered a negative outlook for the coming months.January also marked the sixth negative month in a row, the longest stretch since the RBC index began in late 2010.Similar indexes published in the United States and China also showed negative readings Monday.The Canadian manufacturing index showed the overall business conditions deteriorated, reflecting lower output, new business and employment in January.The one area of improvement was a rebound in export sales, which offset some of the downturn in domestic demand.“Ontario manufacturing continues to be the bright spot, while the sharp drop in performance in Alberta and B.C. suggests that heightened economic uncertainty and ongoing declines in capital spending are weighing on the economy,” RBC chief economist Craig Wright said in a statement.RBC publishes the index in conjunction with Canada’s Supply Chain Management Association and Markit, a global financial information company that compiles similar indexes for several countries and regions.“After December’s record low, Canada’s manufacturing sector was close to stabilizing in January, with improving exports a key ingredient at the start of 2016,” said Cheryl Paradowski, SCMA’s president and chief executive officer.“Manufacturers saw a solid upturn in new work from abroad, which helped support production levels but didn’t quite offset sustained weak domestic sales.”“The figure for Canada as a whole continued to mask diverging fortunes provincially, notably between the export-led manufacturing rebound in Ontario and the oil-related downturn faced by a large proportion of manufacturers in Alberta and British Columbia,” Paradowski said in the statement.
VICTORIA, B.C. — Joined by Attorney General David Eby and Environment and Climate Change Minister George Heyman at a press conference Thursday morning, B.C. Premier John Horgan announced the details of the government’s reference question to the B.C. Court of Appeal about whether it has the right to limit the amount of oil and diluted bitumen being imported to the province.The reference question concerns provincial autonomy, particularly the rights of B.C. to regulate the environmental and economic impacts of heavy oils, like diluted bitumen, transported through the province. It was filed today in the B.C. Court of Appeal. For its reference, the B.C. government is asking the court to review proposed amendments to the Environmental Management Act that would give the Province authority to regulate impacts of heavy oils, like diluted bitumen, which, when released into the environment, would endanger human health, the environment and communities.“We have asked the courts to confirm B.C.’s powers within our jurisdiction to defend B.C.’s interests, so that there is clarity for today and for the generations to come,” said Horgan. “Our government will continue to stand up for the right to protect B.C.’s environment, economy and coast.”In January, the provincial government proposed a second phase of regulations to improve preparedness, response and recovery from potential spills. The regulations would apply to pipelines transporting any quantity of liquid petroleum products, as well as rail or truck operations transporting more than 10,000 litres of liquid petroleum products. The government said the proposed regulations would ensure geographically appropriate response plans, improve response times, ensure compensation for loss of public use of land and maximize the application of regulations to marine transport.“We have been clear from the outset that the appropriate way to resolve disagreements over jurisdiction is through the courts, not through threats or unlawful measures to target citizens of another province,” said Eby. “This reference question seeks to confirm the scope and extent of provincial powers to regulate environmental and economic risks related to heavy oils like diluted bitumen.”- Advertisement -This will be the third reference question that B.C. has sent to court. The first was regarding the constitutionality of polygamy, and the second was related to third-party advertising in elections. The B.C. Court of Appeal is the highest court to which the Province can send a reference question.Advertisement “Our government is working to protect our economy, environment and communities by making sure we have effective spills prevention, response and recovery in place,” said Heyman. “A single spill of diluted bitumen would put at risk tens of thousands of jobs across B.C. We have a responsibility to ensure that every measure to reduce risks is in place, and that those responsible for spills are held accountable for fixing any environmental damage they cause.”