Canada is good or bad, based solely on you, your age, your family commitments, and your desire tocope with challenges. It’s NOT AT ALL A CAKEWALK as exhibited or debated in India. All who relocates is not that always happy. In our view, it’s worth going whether you’re beginning your career or before the age […]
How do people manage to go out and work in deadly Canadian winters? Winter is not “deadly” in most of Canada. Not most of the time, at least. It’s all fatal if you’re unprepared for it. Near the northern U.S. border, most Canadians live and work, so winters are no harsher than the upper New […]
What is the best thing about living in Toronto? -A GTA is the most clean city consist of a 6.4 Million people -Things DO work much of the time – even though they are characterized by mediocre criteria that are self-aggrandizing. -Less per capita crime. -Women/Children/Less lucky people in the city feel very safe and […]
The ASRC focuses on CUNY initiatives in five dynamic fields of applied science: Nanoscience, Photonics, Structural Biology, Neuroscience, and Environmental Sciences. Through its innovative architectural design, the center reflects a uniquely collaborative culture, where scientists work across disciplines to take on some of global science’s most vital and tantalizing challenges.
The stumbling block is that it will take several years before there are enough sensors in homes, businesses and vehicles to make it worth the trouble to strap on a smartwatch. “For watches to become more popular and more mainstream, they have to deliver a number of capabilities to be relevant,” said Andy Griffiths, head of Samsung’s U.K. and Ireland division. “Our expected timeline is out to 2020.”
Community radio stations typically cover a small geographical area with a coverage radius of up to 5km and run on a not-for-profit basis. They can cater for whole communities or for different areas of interest. Community radio stations reflect a diverse mix of cultures and interests. But rather than ‘talk at’ its community, the station should become a central part of it.
The school system tapped borrowed money to make a $634 million, state-mandated fiscal 2015 payment to the Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund by a June 30 deadline. It also announced $200 million in spending cuts last month that include the elimination of 1,400 jobs.
Talks with the retirement fund over giving the district a $500 million break on its fiscal 2016 pension payment ended without a deal.