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Turning seaweed into profits

first_imgTurning seaweed into profits From: Atlantic Canada Opportunities AgencyAtlantic Canadian entrepreneurs must take advantage of emerging opportunities to compete globally and create good jobs in the region. That is why the Government of Canada is helping innovative start-up company SeaChange Biochemistry Inc. commercialize its sustainably sourced chemicals from seaweed.December 16, 2020 · Cape Sable Island, Nova Scotia · Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA)Atlantic Canadian entrepreneurs must take advantage of emerging opportunities to compete globally and create good jobs in the region. That is why the Government of Canada is helping innovative start-up company SeaChange Biochemistry Inc. commercialize its sustainably sourced chemicals from seaweed.Federal investements in innovationToday, the Honourable Bernadette Jordan, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard and Member of Parliament for South Shore – St. Margarets, on behalf of the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages, announced a repayable contribution of $250,000 to SeaChange for specialized bio-refinery equipment.The new equipment will enable SeaChange to extract high value chemicals from seaweed that are in growing demand in the food and beverage, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries. By scaling-up its operations, the company will be able to pursue new market opportunities, increase its revenues and create jobs.Today’s announcement shows the Government of Canada’s commitment to Canadian businesses – helping them not just survive, but thrive. Projects like this one will help ensure that small- and medium-sized enterprises are able to contribute to Canada’s economic recovery.Quotes“Canada needs strong businesses in every corner of the country to ensure a successful economic recovery after the pandemic. When we enable entrepreneurs to grow their ideas into innovative businesses, we are helping them create good-paying jobs and contribute to growing the regional economy.”– The Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages and Minister responsible for ACOA“Women entrepreneurs and women-owned businesses are playing a vital role in Canada’s emerging blue economy. To further this growth, our government is supporting innovative partners like SeaChange that are leading the way in ocean technology. We will continue to invest in sustainable ocean industries and create greater economic opportunities in our coastal and rural communities.”– The Honourable Bernadette Jordan, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard and Member of Parliament for South Shore – St. Margarets“Assistance from government organizations such as ACOA is critical to give start-ups a genuine chance of success.”– Sabrena MacKenzie, CEO, SeaChange Biochemistry Inc.Quick factsSeaChange’s completely green process extracts several chemicals from a single piece of seaweed, which costs less than traditional processing methods and is a sustainable, zero waste process.This project builds on a previous investment from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency‘s (ACOA) to help SeaChange identify potential customers for its chemical products in different industries.The funding for this project is provided through ACOA’s Regional Economic Growth through Innovation (REGI) program /Public Release. 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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:biochemistry, Canada, Chemical, Economic Development, Economy, entrepreneurs, Fisheries, Government, innovation, Investment, Jordan, Minister, parliament, project, sustainable, technologylast_img read more

North East Manchester Road Rehabilitated

first_imgNorth East Manchester Road RehabilitatedJIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlay Meanwhile, Mayor of Mandeville and Chairperson of the Manchester Parish Council, Brenda Ramsay, said the West Road project represents a “mission accomplished” for the Council, which recommended it for rehabilitation under JEEP.She also encouraged the residents to assist in maintaining the roadway. “Even if we (Council) don’t get to it with the regularity that we should, if there is a drain that is blocked…take steps to have it cleaned, in the interim,” she told the residents.For her part, JEEP’s Programme Director, Carolyn Gardner, also welcomed completion of the West Road project, which she noted started under the tenure of her predecessor, Lucile Brodber.Member of Parliament for North East Manchester, Audley Shaw, expressed gratitude for the stakeholder collaboration involved in repairing West Road and other corridors in the constituency, under JEEP.Speaking on behalf of the citizens, West Road resident, Howard Bennett, expressed thanks to Councillor for the Walderston Division, in which the corridor is located, Burton Wright, for his representation on their behalf to have the road repaired. RelatedFunding Identified for Southern Coastal Highway Project Photo: Melroy SterlingState Minister for Transport, Works and Housing, Hon. Richard Azan (2nd left), is assisted by Jamaica Emergency Employment Programme (JEEP) Director, Carolyn Gardner (centre); and Mandeville Mayor, Councillor Brenda Ramsay (2nd right), to cut the ribbon at Thursday’s (June 11) re-opening ceremony for West Road in Cobbla, Manchester. The road was rehabilitated at a cost of $6.5 million, under Phase Four of the JEEP component of the Ministry’s Major Infrastructure Development Programme (MIDP). Story HighlightsThe 1.9-kilometre West Road, which serves residents of Cobbla and adjacent communities in North East Manchester, has been rehabilitated by the Ministry of Transport, Works, and Housing, at a cost of $6.5 million.The road, which had deteriorated extensively, was repaired under Phase Four of the Jamaica Emergency Employment Programme (JEEP), a component of the Ministry’s Major Infrastructure Development Programme (MIDP). Advertisements North East Manchester Road Rehabilitated Works / ConstructionJune 13, 2015Written by: Douglas Mcintosh Related$38 Million Transportation Centre to be Built in Linstead The 1.9-kilometre West Road, which serves residents of Cobbla and adjacent communities in North East Manchester, has been rehabilitated by the Ministry of Transport, Works, and Housing, at a cost of $6.5 million.The road, which had deteriorated extensively, was repaired under Phase Four of the Jamaica Emergency Employment Programme (JEEP), a component of the Ministry’s Major Infrastructure Development Programme (MIDP).Work on the two-week project, which was completed in March, included paving of the roadway and construction of drains and verges.This project complements similar works carried on other roads in the constituency and wider parish, under various programmes administered by several agencies, including the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF).West Road was symbolically re-opened by Transport, Works and Housing State Minister, Hon. Richard Azan, on June 11.The State Minister emphasised the need to effect road repairs, particularly within communities, and to maintain the corridors.To this end, he said there is need for property owners to pay the requisite taxes to assist in facilitating road maintenance programmes.He urged the Manchester Parish Council to ensure compliance by property owners. “The Council must insist that every person who has property on West Road (and other roads) must pay their taxes…to ensure that we maintain this road, and others. We have to make sure that everyone plays his or her part in what we are doing,” he stressed. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Related$1 Billion to be Spent on Infrastructural Projectslast_img read more

Saville wrong to suggest families didn’t want prosecutions – BSMC

first_img Saville wrong to suggest families didn’t want prosecutions – BSMC RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th DL Debate – 24/05/21 Homepage BannerNews Harps come back to win in Waterford center_img The Bloody Sunday March Committee has said Lord Saville was misinformed if he was told the victims’ families did not want prosecutions.In a statement, spokesperson Kate Nash said Lord Saville and others may have been given the impression that the families wouldn’t pursue prosecutions. If so, whoever gave him that impression was not speaking for the families.Last evening, Lord Saville told the BBC his understanding was the demand was for an inquiry to find out what happened, and why, rather than a question of prosecutions.In today’s statement, Kate Nash says the demands of the campaign were repeatedly set out: repudiation of the Widgery Report; a declaration that all the dead and wounded had been innocent; and the prosecution of those responsible.She says campaigners knew from the outset that evidence to the Inquiry could not in itself be the basis for prosecutions. However, she adds, they also knew that evidence given to the Inquiry could be used as the starting point for investigating whether criminal charges should be brought.This, she says, is what happened.Ms Nash says the public Inquiry into the Hillsborough disaster provides a precedent. Ninety-six Liverpool football fans were crushed to death as a result of the actions and inactions of the South Yorkshire police. The most senior officer involved on the day, Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield, has since been charged with 95 counts of manslaughter.All we are asking, she concludes, is that the same standard should apply to those responsible for the deaths on Bloody Sunday. WhatsApp Google+ Previous articleNine people awaiting in-patient beds at LUHNext articleColeraine CG station broken into and ransacked News Highland Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook By News Highland – March 13, 2019 Pinterest Twitterlast_img read more