Sprott 2012 Flow-Through LP files prospectus

The partnership’s investment objective is to provide for a tax-assisted investment in a diversified portfolio of flow-through shares of resource issuers with a view to achieving capital appreciation and significant tax benefits for the limited partners. Sprott anticipates that investors participating in the partnership will be eligible to receive a tax deduction in 2012 that is 100% of the amount invested in the Partnership, based on certain assumptions as set forth in the prospectus. The partnership will be managed by Sprott Asset Management. Portfolio managers Allan Jacobs, Eric Nuttall and Jamie Horvat will co-manage the partnership and will be supported by Eric Sprott, Charles Oliver, Rick Rule and Paul Wong. The offering is being made through a syndicate of agents led by RBC Capital Markets and including CIBC, TD Securities Inc., BMO Capital Markets, National Bank Financial Inc., Canaccord Genuity Corp., GMP Securities L.P., Dundee Securities Ltd., Scotia Capital Inc., Desjardins Securities Inc., Macquarie Private Wealth Inc., Manulife Securities, Raymond James Ltd. and Sprott Private Wealth LP. AlphaNorth plans fourth flow-through LP offering Related news Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Sprott 2012 Flow-Through Limited Partnership has filed a preliminary prospectus in connection with its offering of units, Sprott Asset Management LP said Monday. The partnership is now available for investment. The price per unit is $25.00 with a minimum subscription of 200 units ($5,000). Keywords Limited partnershipsCompanies Sprott Asset Management Sentry Corporate Class acquires NCE LP assets Share this article and your comments with peers on social media IE Staff MD Financial announces alternative investment product read more

Ridgewood introduces F-series units for two funds

first_img Share this article and your comments with peers on social media usinessman analyzing investment charts with laptop nonwarit/123RF Facebook LinkedIn Twittercenter_img Two mutual funds from Toronto-based Ridgewood Capital Asset Management Inc. are now available to fee-based advsiors with the introduction of F-series units for Ridgewood Canadian Bond Fund and Ridgewood Tactical Yield Fund, effective July 1.Ridgewood also re-named its currently outstanding class of units as A-series units. last_img

Cold Front Could Bring Heavy Rains Sunday

first_imgFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail A Cold Front across the western Caribbean is expected to influence weather conditions over Jamaica starting late Sunday, the Meteorological Office in Kingston reported Friday (December 18).The Met Office said, consequently, the island is expected to experience frequent showers along with isolated thunderstorms over mainly northern parishes. Gusty winds and a near 3 degree Celsius fall in temperature are also expected Sunday through Tuesday, as the system lingers over the central Caribbean.Fishers and other marine interests are being advised to exercise caution as strong, gusty winds are likely in areas of showers and thunderstorms, especially over northern and western coastal areas. The Meteorological Service will continue to monitor the situation. RelatedCold Front Could Bring Heavy Rains Sunday RelatedCold Front Could Bring Heavy Rains Sunday Cold Front Could Bring Heavy Rains Sunday Office of the Prime MinisterDecember 18, 2009center_img RelatedCold Front Could Bring Heavy Rains Sunday Advertisementslast_img read more

Hundreds Walk To Support Road Safety

first_imgHundreds Walk To Support Road Safety VIC PremierHundreds of Victorians have gathered at Albert Park Lake today to remember Victorians who have lost their lives on our roads, and support people impacted by road trauma.Minister for Roads and Road Safety Ben Carroll today joined the Andrews Labor Government’s road safety partners for the annual Shine A Light on Road Safety walk, which sees more than 400 people walk five kilometres around Albert Park Lake each year to raise money for road trauma support and honour Victorian lives that have been affected by road trauma.Already this year, 80 people have died on Victoria’s roads – and hundreds more lives have been changed forever. Road Trauma Support Services Victoria, supported by the Transport Accident Commission, plays a vital role in supporting Victorians whose lives have been profoundly affected by road trauma get back on track.The organisation offers free counselling services to more than 1800 people who have either been injured on our roads, lost a loved one or been impacted by road trauma in other ways, as well as running education sessions to more than 3,000 people across the state each year to help prevent road trauma.The walk will be followed by events later this month to mark National Road Safety Week, from May 16 to 23 – when iconic landmarks across Melbourne and Victoria, as well as the state’s road safety memorial in Geelong, will shine bright in yellow.Victorian motorists will also be asked to turn their headlights on while driving on Friday, May 21, to show their commitment to practising good road safety habits.For more information about RTSSV and the Shine a Light on Road Safety campaign, visit www.rtssv.org.au/.As stated by Minister for Roads and Road Safety Ben Carroll“Every Victorian life lost on our roads is one too many – and for every fatality, there are hundreds more people living with life-altering consequences of road trauma.”“I’m proud to join hundreds of Victorians and our dedicated road safety partners to raise awareness of the impacts of road trauma, and encourage every Victorian to think about what they can do to make our roads safer for everyone.”As stated by Transport Accident Commission Acting CEO Liz Cairns“The TAC gains more 20,000 clients every year, that’s 20,000 lives forever impacted by road trauma as well as their family and friends.” As stated by Road Trauma Support Services Victoria CEO Bernadette Nugent“The Shine a Light on Road Safety community walk aims to raise the awareness about the devastating impact that road trauma has on people’s lives and hopes to prevent further incidents.”As stated by Head of Road Safety Victoria Robyn Seymour“Today we come together to hear the stories of those affected by road trauma, and reflect on why it is vital we continue doing everything we can to make our roads safer for everyone.” /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:accident, Albert, Andrews, AusPol, Australia, Cairns, campaign, Carroll, Commission, community, education, Geelong, Government, Melbourne, road safety, Seymour, Transport, Victorialast_img read more

Luncheon with visiting scholar Francis Beckwith

first_img St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church is hosting a brief lunch and conversation with Francis Beckwith, the Conservative Thought and Policy program’s visiting scholar for the 2016-17 academic year, at noon Wednesday, Nov. 30, in UMC 245.If you goWhen: Wednesday, Nov. 30, noonWhere: University Memorial Center, room 245 Beckwith’s talk, titled “Juris, Fides, et Ratio: What Judges and Some Legal Scholars Miss About Reason and Religious Beliefs,” will discuss how religious beliefs and religious believers are assessed by powerful actors in our public life (e.g. legal scholars and judges) and how those beliefs and believers are sometimes mischaracterized and misunderstood by those who are critical of the influence of religion and religious citizens in politics or the formation of law.The Conservative Thought and Policy program began in 2013 as a way to promote intellectual diversity on campus and is supported entirely by private funds. The program seeks highly visible scholars who are deeply engaged in either the analytical scholarship or practice of conservative thinking and policymaking or both. Visiting scholars may hold the title for one or two years and are expected to teach a load commensurate with his or her field and offer public lectures, public seminars and/or informal discussions with students and the public.There is no charge or reservation required for this event. If you are interested in attending, please contact Mary-Kate Rejouis, rector at St. Aidan’s, at [email protected] Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: Nov. 21, 2016 center_img Categories:Lectures & PresentationsEvents & Exhibitslast_img read more

Usquaebach Scotch Whisky Announces Distribution Partnership with Domaine Select Merchants in…

first_imgPinterest Linkedin Email ReddIt TAGSDomaine Select Wine & SpiritsUsquaebach Scotch Whisky Twitter Previous articleEarth Day Food & Wine: Grown for the Greater GoodNext articleWISA Toasting Success of Wine Industry Suppliers Press Release Share AdvertisementNew York, NY, October 22, 2015 – Usquaebach Scotch (pronounced “oos-ke-bah”), one of the most enduring brands in the Scotch whisky market, is pleased to announce their distribution partnership with Domaine Select Merchants in New York and New Jersey. For more than a decade, the Domaine Select Wine & Spirits (DSWS) local distribution houses have succeeded in key placements in both on-premise and off-premise further driving brand awareness and sales. Usquaebach will join the leading portfolio of spirit brands that make up the DSWS Classic & Vintage spirits portfolio.Usquaebach’s deeply rooted history of craft and artisan blending reflects Domaine Select’s core philosophy and adherence to expression, diversity, character and tradition. The Classic & Vintage portfolio boasts a range of products representing the utmost excellence from within each spirit’s respected category. “Our [Usquaebach’s] commitment to producing artisinal blends that emphasize purity, elegance and refinement, perfectly aligns with DSWS’ values and we’re confident that this will be a mutually beneficial relationship,” states Usquaebach’s Brand Ambassador, Ryan Judson.For more information on Usquaebach Scotch Whisky, please visit www.usquaebach.com. Follow us at @TheUsquabech | Facebook.com/UsquaebachWhiskyAbout Domaine Select Wine & SpiritsFounded in 1999, Domaine Select Wine & Spirits (DSWS) www.domaineselect.com is dedicated to wines and artisanal spirits of the highest quality and which demonstrate excellence and tremendous character, particular to their origin. DSWS is committed to transmitting the individuality of our producers; expressing diversity, tradition and personality is the tenet of DSWS. Domaine Select Wine & Spirits was named 2010 Importer of the Year by FOOD & WINE Magazine.About Usquaebach Scotch WhiskyUsquaebach Scotch Whisky, a historic spirit from the Scottish Highlands, has been blended for over three generations by the Laing family. Usquaebach Scotch Whisky is owned and distributed worldwide by Cobalt Brands, and is available in over 23 markets nationwide. Creating blends with focus primarily on purity, elegance and refinement, Usquaebach’s Master Blender carefully selects only the finest malts and grains from Scotland’s most reputable distillers. History is brought back to life with each bottle of Usquaebach Whisky that is produced.Advertisement Home Industry News Releases Usquaebach Scotch Whisky Announces Distribution Partnership with Domaine Select Merchants in New…Industry News ReleasesSpirits BusinessUsquaebach Scotch Whisky Announces Distribution Partnership with Domaine Select Merchants in New York & New JerseyBy Press Release – October 22, 2015 66 0 Facebooklast_img read more

Piramal Swasthya partners with The Rockefeller Foundation

first_imgPiramal Swasthya partners with The Rockefeller Foundation Aspirational DistrictsNITI AayogPiramal Swasthyasave maternal and child deathsThe Rockefeller Foundation Comments (0) Related Posts The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story News MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Read Article Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Add Comment WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals By EH News Bureau on December 17, 2019 Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha The partnership aims to set global example by leveraging digital technology to reduce preventable deaths amongst mothers and children living in Aspirational Districts and tribal areasPiramal Swasthya Management and Research Institute, the primary healthcare initiative of Piramal Foundation, and The Rockefeller Foundation recently announced a strategic partnership to align with and support the Government of India’s vision to ensure universal health coverage. In the initial stages, the partnership aims to set a global example by leveraging digital technology to reduce preventable deaths amongst mothers and children living in Aspirational Districts and tribal areas.The Piramal Swasthya and Rockefeller teams will be working closely with the government on building cutting-edge primary health innovations and scaling them through policy interventions. The partnership will strengthen healthcare systems by integrating technologies such as artificial intelligence for evidence-based decision making. The idea is to save maternal and child deaths by providing appropriate and timely insights leading to effective policy making and implementation of focussed interventions.The Piramal-Rockefeller partnership focusses on five of the 25 Aspirational Districts that are mentored by NITI Aayog. They are also part of the 117 Aspirational Districts identified by the Government of India as having urgent health and development needs. Many residents of these districts are members of tribal populations, who have significantly worse health outcomes than non-tribal populations. The maternal mortality rate in India is 122 deaths per 100,000 live births, while in the tribal communities it is even higher. Similarly, other health indicators such as infant mortality rates, child malnutrition rates, and incidence of malaria and tuberculosis are much higher among tribal communities than the general population.At the outset, the Piramal-Rockefeller partnership will focus on two main streams of work:Develop and test novel approaches for using digital technology—including mobile communications, predictive analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning—to more efficiently and effectively deliver primary healthcare services to vulnerable people in their communities.Assess how vital information on community health needs can be better collected and analysed through digital tools, so that the government and others can make informed, real-time decisions about targeting health resources.“We are delighted to partner with The Rockefeller Foundation to leverage our combined strengths and experiences and to co-create transformative solutions for equitable primary care health services in India. Health should be a right for everyone, not a privilege for some,” said Dr Swati Piramal, Vice Chairperson, Piramal Group, and Director, Piramal Swasthya. “India is at the cusp of a historic public health transformation, and we are hopeful that this partnership will accelerate government goals to democratise health across the country. Through this partnership, we are committed to building an evidence-based decision-making culture in the government’s primary healthcare ecosystem in India, and institutionalising it. Piramal Swasthya is also building a technology platform for primary care which is going to be a public good. The platform will help create better ways for the government health workers to make informed decisions when it comes to identifying issues in primary healthcare. The aim is to create a technology and evidence driven system as a public good in public primary healthcare which will help create better governance, accountability and knowledge repository.”“Digital innovation offers tremendous promise to deliver quality healthcare to more people, especially the most vulnerable among our communities,” said Dr Rajiv J Shah, President, The Rockefeller Foundation. “By working with Piramal Swasthya, we aim to accelerate India’s commitment to using digital technology to promote health equity, which will serve as an exemplar for the world.”The Piramal-Rockefeller partnership brings together two impact- and outcome-driven organisations with a robust history of collaboration with governments to strengthen public health programmes for vulnerable people. Both teams stand committed towards complementing and supplementing the Indian Government’s vision of universal health coverage. This partnership will work towards co-creating high impact solutions that will contribute significantly towards bringing a change in the space of primary public healthcare that India needs. Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Sharelast_img read more

11 Students Heading for Studies in China

first_img11 Students Heading for Studies in China EducationAugust 19, 2010 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Eleven Jamaican students will be heading to China this academic year to pursue various higher degrees, having been awarded full scholarships under the Chinese Government Scholarship Programme.They are: Kadeon Richards, Taurean Allen, Davin Ferrigon, Vascyon Thompson, Dehanney Miller, Ramona Lawson, Sheree Wilson, and Krystal Lyn, who will be enrolled in master’s degree programmes; while Milton Richardson, Michael Palmer and Lisandra Colley, will be pursuing doctoral studies.Charg Advertisements Related11 Students Heading for Studies in Chinacenter_img Related11 Students Heading for Studies in China Related11 Students Heading for Studies in Chinalast_img

Donegal motorists urged to pay heed to National Slow Down Day

first_img Previous articleConviction of Strabane doctor affirmedNext articleSchivo rejects claims that workers were not consulted over redunancies News Highland Homepage BannerNews Pinterest Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Twitter Facebook Twitter 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Google+center_img Pinterest WhatsApp Donegal motorists urged to pay heed to National Slow Down Day RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic By News Highland – August 28, 2015 Google+ Today is National Slow Down Day with motorists in Donegal warned to expect an intensive Garda national speed enforcement operation.Gardaí will be out in force, enforcing speed limits on both national primary and secondary roads.Speed vans, in-car speed detection systems and handheld speed detection devices will all be deployed.This initiative is supported by the Road Safety Authority, Donegal County Council and the Donegal Road Safety Working Group.7 people have died on Donegal’s roads this year – Donegal Road Safety Officer Brian O’Donnell says the aim of today’s campaign is to prevent that number increasing:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/brian1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

Attorney: Former Atlanta School Chief Battles Cancer, Unable for Upcoming Trial

first_img Related Stories Share 0:59 | Play story Add to My ListIn My List ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party For Whom The Bell Rings Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility BREAKING NEWS UPDATE:Friday, August 11th, 2014:Judge Jerry Baxter rules trial will go on without Dr. Beverly Hall…for now.The trial for the twelve remaining educators will begin as scheduled next month.Attorneys for Dr. Beverly Hall say the chemotherapy treatment for the former Atlanta schools superintendent is extreme and she is incapable of remaining alert for a trial.WABE’s Rose Scott reports, that’s what will be presented during a hearing .Broadcast version of this story.0:59Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter will hear from both sides.In an affidavit, Dr. Hall’s oncologist, states she does not think Hall would be to assist her lawyers in preparing for trial.Hall has stage IV breast cancer and according to Dr. Laura Weakland the chemotherapy has side effects which would make it difficult for Hall to leave her home for a six to eight hour trial day.Dr. Weakland says the chemotherapy treatment called Navelbine causes debilitating diarrhea.In addition, Weakland states Hall is under the care of a therapist, psychologist and psychiatrist and she is taking numerous medications including Xanax.In an email exchange obtained by WABE, an attorney in the Fulton County District attorney’s office replied to Dr. Hall’s lawyer and apparently accidently to everyone else with two words, “surprise, surprise”.Lori Canfield declined to speak with WABE and referred questions to Fulton District Attorney Paul Howard.The trial of Hall and twelve others is scheduled to begin August 11th on charges related to the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal.UPDATE:Fulton District Attorney Suspended and Removed From APS TrialThe following is the complete statement regarding Lori Canfield.“Last night, my staff received email notification asserting that the state of Beverly Hall’s health would render her unavailable for trial. Frustrated with the consequences of this potential delay, one of the assistant district attorneys wrote, “Surprise, surprise”. This response was inadvertently sent to all the parties associated with the APS indictment. She immediately recognized that this comment might be perceived by others as insensitive and attempted to recall her words.This attorney herself is a cancer survivor currently in remission and has lost several family members to this insidious disease. She would never demean the deadly effects of cancer. She is deeply apologetic for her actions and is sorry if Beverly Hall or others may in any way be offended.Even though this comment was made out of frustration, as District Attorney, I cannot ignore the appearance of insensitivity to Dr. Hall’s condition. Therefore, I have decided to remove this attorney from the APS trial team and will suspend her without pay for three days.It is my hope that we can put this regrettable incident behind us and continue our task of preparing this case for final disposition.”Paul L. Howard, Jr.District Attorney last_img read more