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McHappy Day comes to Fort St John May 8

McHappy Day comes to Fort St John May 8

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Tomorrow, May 8, is McHappy Day at McDonald’s locations across Canada and right here in Fort St. John.The goal of McHappy Day is to raise funds to support Ronald McDonald House Charities and local children’s charities, such as the Child Development Centre.Community Relations Representative, Joanne Kitney, says it’s easy to donate as $1.00 from every purchase of a Big Mac, Happy Meal or Hot McCafe beverage will go towards charity.- Advertisement -Kitney also says merchandise will be on sale as part of the McHappy Day Fundraiser.“To donate, the easiest way is to come in and buy a Big Mac, a Happy Meal, or a hot McCafe Specialty beverage. $1.00 from those goes directly to support. We’ll also have merchandise on hand during the day that will be for sale. But the easiest way is to buy a Big Mac.”According to Kitney, last year they were able to raise $4,300 to go towards the CDC, with $8,600 towards the Ronald McDonald Children’s Charities.Advertisement Kitney says the goal for this year is to raise more than last year’s amount raised.McHappy Day will be taking place tomorrow at McDonald’s during regular operating hours.For more information, you can visit the McDonald’s Canada website.last_img read more

Europe’s R1.3bn jobs, skills boost

Europe’s R1.3bn jobs, skills boost

first_img“The programme is also expected to stimulate joint planning, implementation and co-ordination across government departments and with civil society and the private sector,” the DTI said. Skills development “The purpose of the programme is to assist the economic sector departments of the South African government to accelerate South Africa’s economic growth rate and provide more and better jobs for poor people,” said Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies. DFID Southern Africa head Helen Mealins said with the global economic downturn, the launch of the programme is a timely initiative to help create jobs and propose innovative ways for reducing unemployment. 14 September 2009 The European Commission and the DFID are providing €100-million and £18-million respectively to the programme, to support the South African government’s work in three clusters – economic, employment and infrastructure – and to stimulate innovative ways of accelerating growth and creating job opportunities in the country, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said in a statement last week. The European Commission and the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID) have allocated about R1.3-billion for South Africa’s economic support and employment creation programme, it was announced at SA-EU Summit held in Cape Town last week. “With South Africa being a key driver of economic growth in southern Africa, the programme will contribute to a better quality of life for people in South Africa and the region,” Mealins said.center_img National government departments will also be able to access funds in order to partner provincial and local government, research institutions, the private sector, labour and civil society, to promote dialogue and find innovative ways of stimulating higher economic growth and employment. “Our relationship with South Africa is about improving peoples’ lives. With this new partnership, we continue to build on our already extensive co-operation and trust that our commitment will go some way towards strengthening South Africa in its pursuit of the Millennium Development Goals,” De Gucht said. Accelerating growth SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material Government departments in the economic sectors will have access to additional funds to promote skills development and initiate programmes that expand the capacity of the productive economy. EU Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian Aid Karel De Gucht praised the co-ordinated action of the European Commission and UK as a good example of working together to ensure maximum effectiveness of the assistance. last_img read more

Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast, September 17, 2018

Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast, September 17, 2018

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest  The remains of Hurricane Florence are working northward today, and will bring rain to about 60% of Ohio. We expect rain totals to run anywhere from a few hundredths to perhaps 1.25″ or more, depending on where thunderstorms and longer term rain streaks develop. Right now, we think the best chances for thunderstorms will be far south near the Ohio River, ,and then in east central OH into western PA. The upper end of the rain range will be over southern OH and the eastern third. There is a good chance we see nothing but clouds farther west in west central OH, and even a mix of clouds and sun in NW Ohio…so today’s weather spread may be all over the place, thanks to the remains of Florence. Temperatures do remain warmer than normal today, even with the rain. South flow will be key to keeping temps warm. The map at right shows potential for today’s rain.Drier weather is back for tomorrow, and we should stay dry for Wednesday and Thursday as well. The front we had been watching last week for midweek on Wednesday late afternoon has completely fallen apart down this way, and moisture looks to stay farther north, across WI, northern IL and into MI. But, even though we are taking moisture out at midweek, we are going to have to pay for it later. That payment comes due starting early Friday.Three waves of moisture will move over the state from Friday through Sunday, one for each day period. The first wave his for Friday, and goes into the evening, then another batch of moisture comes Saturday and a final batch Sunday. Combined, all three systems bring potential for half to 1.5” rains over about 90% of the state. We think a few areas see all three waves, but most areas see at least two of the three hitting over the 3-day period. This will bring a slowdown to harvest field work.Dry weather is back for next Monday through Wednesday. Temps will be a bit cooler behind the weekend rains but will stay mostly near normal for the period. Then, we kick off the extended 11-16 day window with a strong front for next Thursday and Friday, the 27th and 28th. This front brings half to 1.5” inch rain potential to a full 100% of the state. This front also ushers in much cooler Canadian high pressure out of the west. We expect temps to move to below normal levels to finish out the extended period, while dry weather finishes out the month and kicks off October. For the 29th and 30th, we think it wise to be on the look out for temps bottoming out near 40 degrees, and we won’t rule out a few upper 30s. A map of potential morning lows for the 30th is at right. However, keep in mind that there is plenty of time for that to change, though. Just putting it out there this morning.last_img read more