TORONTO — There is scant data available on how many foreign investors are snatching up Canadian homes, and experts say the knowledge gap needs to be filled if policy makers hope to maintain the stability of the country’s real estate market.Foreign investment has become a hot-button issue in Vancouver lately, with many residents blaming demand from offshore buyers who are looking for a safe place to stash their money for the city’s soaring home prices.Critics are also concerned that foreign investors are more likely to pull out of the market at the first sign that prices are heading south, which could exacerbate the extent of a housing correction.[np_storybar title=”Prince Edward Island, the one place in Canada where foreign property buyers must check in” link=”https://business.financialpost.com/personal-finance/mortgages-real-estate/prince-edward-island-the-one-place-in-canada-where-foreign-property-buyers-must-check-in”%5DIt’s a property most Canadians can only dream about. At $899,000, in today’s market it seems downright affordable, especially when you hear it’s a 22-acre lot with 1,250 square feet of oceanfront.Throw in the fact you get a 2,000-square-foot home and accompanying 800-square-foot cottage and you might say “I’m ready for a bidding war” – but if you’re from outside Prince Edward Island your battle is just beginning.Continue reading. [/np_storybar]Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson recently penned a letter to B.C. Premier Christy Clark, suggesting the province introduce a speculation tax on people who flip homes and on luxury properties — a suggestion that Clark shot down.The B.C. Real Estate Association maintains it’s Vancouver’s constrained geography and limited supply of detached homes — and not demand from foreigners — that’s sending prices through the roof.But Cameron Muir, the association’s chief economist, admits that hard data is difficult to come by.“The data is not being collected, currently, by government,” he says.All of the uproar over Vancouver’s affordability crisis — there is even a popular Twitter hashtag, #DontHave1Million — has highlighted a national issue: data on foreign investment in Canadian real estate is hard to come by.“People are putting forward all these solutions on how to fix so-called foreign speculation, but we don’t even know if it’s really happening,” said Kennedy Stewart, the New Democrat MP for Burnaby-Douglas. “This really worries me, because you can really mess up your housing market if you don’t use the right mechanism.”Condo investors in Toronto and Vancouver here to stay, CMHC survey saysNon-permanent residents might be the secret ingredient in Canadian housing marketMove over, Canadians — Chinese buyers now No. 1 buyers of U.S. homesCanada Mortgage and Housing Corp., the country’s leading mortgage insurer, has tried to fill some of the gaps. Last year, while preparing its annual fall rental vacancies report, the agency polled condominium property managers on the percentage of homes owned by investors whose permanent residence is overseas.The resulting figures were much lower than many had anticipated. The survey found that roughly 2.4 per cent of Toronto condos and 2.3 per cent of those in Vancouver were owned by offshore investors, although in certain neighbourhoods in Vancouver, the percentage of foreign ownership was as high as 5.8 per cent.The highest concentration of condos owned by foreigners was 6.9 per cent in certain pockets of Montreal.The figures are so low that economists say it’s unlikely foreign investment is having a significant impact on the prices of homes.However, the agency was only able to collect data about condos — not other types of properties, such as detached homes.CMHC’s chief economist Bob Dugan says the agency is looking at ways to expand the scope of its research.“We’ve got one piece of the puzzle, but we want to explore ways to add more pieces to that puzzle so we can get as complete a picture as possible,” he said.Benjamin Tal, deputy chief economist at CIBC World Markets, says one of the challenges with collecting the data is determining who fits the definition of a foreign investor.Foreign buyers who have no connection to Canada make up only a small portion of the real estate market, says Tal. More common is a situation where the buyer is based overseas, but the property is occupied by his wife and children, who attend Canadian schools and participate in Canadian society.“So is it domestic money, or is it foreign money?” said Tal. “The concept of foreign investment is much more complex than perceived.”
The displacement in Tierralta, Córdoba, which affected some 250 children, constitutes a “grave breach of international humanitarian law,” the Bogotà-based office said, warning of serious effects on the indigenous group and urging efforts to preserve its social fabric. All armed groups, particularly the FARC, have an obligation to respect the rights of the indigenous people not to participate in the armed conflict, the UN noted. It also called on the Government to guarantee the rights of Colombia’s indigenous peoples and to help create the necessary conditions for the displaced to return voluntarily – in safety and with dignity – to their lands.
Joshua Learn of S&P Global Market Intelligence reports that a rare earth exploration company has signed a memorandum of understanding with a Pennsylvania coal company to extract byproducts from coal ash and overburden for use in the aluminium industry.“Texas Mineral Resources (TMRC) announced that the agreement gives the company six months to evaluate whether it could finance, recover and produce scandium, sometimes classified as a rare earth element, and other rare earths from coal ash and in-situ coal bed overburden.”“We are truly excited to potentially have the ability to help the coal community and possibly supply the auto and aviation industry with a major source of scandium to better engineer their products,” TMRC chairman Anthony Marchese told S&P Global Market Intelligence.Marchese said testing revealed that the coal overburden yielded more scandium than coal ash and that the element can be extracted from overburden using an organic solvent.A press release estimated that extracting scandium from the ash and overburden would require an estimated $17 million, which would include a 25% contingency. The company estimates it can produce 7,500 kg/y of scandium oxide, which would yield a yearly $10.3 million at current market prices, assuming a recoverable grade of 45 ppm.“Worldwide scandium production is limited and industry demand is growing,” Marchese said in a release. “Domestic manufacturers need a large and reliable source of scandium oxide.”Marchese could not confirm which coal company the MOU had been signed with as a deal has not yet been signed other than to say it is a privately held in north central Pennsylvania. A press release stated that the area contained 3.7 Mst of coal ash, as well as undetermined amounts of in-situ overburden. Since the company already owns a permit for coal mining and processing, TMRC would only need an additional permit for processing scandium and rare earths. The company also has coal ash on site as it disposes of the waste byproduct leftover from the burning of coal at power plants, Marchese said.The US Department of Energy announced funding for 10 different research projects in December 2015 to seek ways to extract rare earths from coal and the commodity’s byproducts. The DOE granted each project from around $600,000 to $1 million in funding. Another study the agency funded earlier is on the same property as the producer that signed an MOU with TMRC.Sarma Pisupati, Chair of the energy engineering program at Pennsylvania State University and a co-author of study published in 2015 on separating rare earth elements from coal products, told S&P Global Market Intelligence that “almost 80% of [rare earth elements] could be extracted with the techniques that we employed, which were relatively inexpensive and environmentally safe.”He added that not all coal overburden is created equally in terms of the rare earths it may yield since the overburden needs to have the right kind of shale.Another recent study found that coal ash mined from the Appalachian Mountains could provide rare earth elements like neodymium, europium, terbium, dysprosium, yttrium and erbium — priority materials for clean energy development.While scandium can be used in aluminium production to make stronger, lighter metal, some of the other rare earths have uses in clean energy production. “If we are going to use coal, we might as well get some of the materials that we need to support renewable energy from it,” Pisupati said, adding that he saw also saw the extraction of rare earths from coal byproducts as a positive thing.Marchese says that while his company is principally interested in scandium as it is the easiest to sell on the market, TMRC will be on the lookout for other opportunities to extract and sell other rare earth elements, which are always present where there is scandium.The technology to extract rare earth is not new necessarily, but he says his company will be the first to commercially extract scandium from coal ash or overburden in the U.S. “We want to develop something which benefits our company as well as the local community,” he said. “The coal industry has been taking such a hard hit recently, and there’s a lot of good that comes from coal.” read more
After first scorer of Swiss champion, Kadetten Schaffhausen, Estonian, Mat Patrail decided to take opportunity to play in the best league in the world of handball, Bundesliga (TBV Lemgo), Management of the EHF Champions League competitor searched for a replacement. They found Ruben Schelbert (23), left back from RTV Basel, who will finished his studies in first part of this year and be ready for proffesional duties in Swiss champion from the next season (2011/2012).Schelbert already has 14 appearances for Swiss national team. ← Previous Story Marko Ćuruvija in Vardar Skopje Next Story → “Romanian Princess”, Cristina Neagu: “I know I’m like a lion” Kadetten SchaffhausenRube Schelbert
Today, 15 February is International Childhood Cancer Day and over 300,000 children worldwide are currently affected by the disease worldwide, with most families struggling to cope financially.In the spirit of the day, a restaurateur from Kavala, Greece pledged to donate all of this tavern’s earning to the city’s Cancer Council.As announced on social media, Mr Yiannis Sarris will allocate all the earnings from customers that will choose to dine at Sto Koutouki Tou Sarri towards causes supporting the fight against children’s cancer.The tavern is one of the most popular eateries in Kavala and is full every night. Meanwhile, it is also one of the very few restaurants in Greece that have menus in braille and special ramps and tables that can facilitate and make the premises accessible to people with disabilities. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram read more
The number of older people hospitalized with the flu has risen sharply, prompting federal officials to take unusual steps to make more flu medicines available and to urge wider use of them as soon as symptoms appear.The U.S. is about halfway through this flu season, and “it’s shaping up to be a worse-than-average season” and a bad one for the elderly, said Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It’s not too late to get a flu shot, and “if you have symptoms, please stay home from work, keep your children home from school” and don’t spread the virus, he said.New figures from the CDC show widespread flu activity in all states but Tennessee and Hawaii. Some parts of the country are seeing an increase in flu activity “while overall activity is beginning to go down,” Frieden said. Flu activity is high in 30 states and New York City, up from 24 the previous week.Nine more children or teens have died of the flu, bringing the nation’s total this flu season to 29. That’s close to the 34 pediatric deaths reported during all of the last flu season, although that one was unusually light. In a typical season, about 100 children die of the flu and officials said there is no way to know whether deaths this season will be higher or lower than usual. read more
o Annexations dropped statewide in 2012.o Last year, cities throughout Washington annexed 77 parcels into their boundaries, down from 111 in 2011, according to figures from the Office of Financial Management.o Most of those parcels were 5 acres or less.A Brush Prairie group is applauding a state Senate bill that would require cities to seek a vote of property owners before annexing land into their boundaries.Sponsored by Sen. Don Benton, R-Vancouver, Senate Bill 5013 would revamp how cities expand into unincorporated areas.The bill was sparked by a long-simmering conflict between residents of Brush Prairie and officials with the city of Battle Ground, who have butted heads in recent years over the annexation of land near a handful of unincorporated neighborhoods.Mark Gawecki, the secretary of the Greater Brush Prairie Neighborhood Association, lauded the bill for giving property owners more say in an often-complicated process.“I think we should have a say in whether we’re part of the city or not,” Gawecki said. His group worked closely with Benton to draft the bill.Cities have a number of options when they want to annex unincorporated land. These options include creating interlocal agreements or having residents petition a city directly. read more
The first batch of equal pay claims against supermarket chain Morrisons has been lodged with the Employment Tribunal by legal organisation Leigh Day.The law firm is seeking compensation for store workers, who are predominantly female, and who claim that they are paid less for work of equal value to the organisation to that done by staff in its distribution centres, who tend to be male.Leigh Day says it has received around 1,000 enquiries from Morrisons staff, and that the employer has around 80,000 workers eligible to claim, meaning that if the pay policy is found to be unlawful then the final bill for compensation could be in excess of £1 billion.Leigh Day is currently representing over 30,000 shop-floor workers in equal pay claims against fellow supermarket giants Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Asda, who all face similar claims of discrepancies in pay between the male-dominated distribution centres and the mainly female-staffed stores.Emma Satyamurti, partner in Leigh Day’s employment team, said: “We believe that Morrisons has made the same mistake as the other big supermarkets, Asda, Sainsbury’s and Tesco, by underpaying those working in the stores. These are huge companies with big profits and they have no excuse for not facing up to their legal obligations under equal pay legislation.“Our clients are fighting for equal pay with those working in distribution centres, who they believe are doing work for equal value. The law states that women and men doing work of equal value should be paid the same.” read more
Representational image | ReutersThe Indian Railway authorities have issued an alert of a potential terror attack on Saturday, May 25, at Pathankot district of Punjab.The railways have issued an advisory on two railway stations at Pathankot following information on a possible attack by the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group. The alerts have been issued for the Pathankot Cantonment station and Pathankot Junction stations.The alert notice has asked the railway staff to beef up their security and to conduct thorough checking at the station premises, mainly the parking areas. The staff has also been advised to check all the unattended items lying in and around the railway station. Pathankot shares border with Pakistan, which was officially declared as District of Punjab on July 27, 2011.This alert comes just a day after the security was beefed up in coastline of Kerala after Intel on 15 IS terrorists trying to cross to Lakshadweep and Minicoy Islands via sea in a ‘white boat’.On January 2016, the air base at Pathankot was attacked by armed terrorists who had infiltrated to India from Pakistan in which seven army men were killed in action. After a four day operation by the army, 6 terrorists were killed. The Pathankot airbase is located very near to the Cantonment station. read more
Photo via FLICKRConflict over Texas’ voter ID law was in the courts for most of last year, and 2018 will probably be no different. The state’s restrictive voter ID law, passed in 2011, has been found by courts to have been crafted with discriminatory intent. Now it’s up to a three-judge panel to decide, among other things, whether Texas’ new law, designed to fix problems with the old law, goes far enough. But there is something of a mystery at the heart of the voter ID cases: how many Texans actually lack the documents required to cast a ballot in the state, and who are they? Now, two Justice Department expert witnesses have come up with an algorithm that may provide answers.Eitan Hersh is a political science professor at Tufts University, and one of the algorithm’s developers. He says the DOJ asked to determine how many Texans don’t have identification that would allow them to vote under the law, as well as the racial composition of that group.Hersh and his colleagues matched the list of registered Texas voters to every other kind of list that included ID information.“For every registered voter we matched them to a database possessing drivers’ license holders and concealed-carry handgun license holders, passport holders, etc.” Hersh says.Hersh says the study assumed that a person without a match did not have the ID needed to vote. The study found that five percent of Texans didn’t have a form of ID that would allow them to vote under the current law.“Of those who don’t have IDs, minority voters, particularly African-Americans, were less likely to possess a photo ID,” Hersh says.He says that Latinos were less likely to have ID than whites, but more likely than African-Americans to have one.Written by Shelly Brisbin. Share read more
To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: 00:00 /32:13 Listen X On Wednesday’s Houston Matters: Five Prairie View A&M University students are suing Waller County, alleging the county suppressed their ability to vote. We learn more about the case.Also this hour: From closely contested Senate and Congressional races in Texas, to the record turnout for early voting in Harris County so far, to the latest on the exodus of migrants heading for the U.S. border, our experts discuss the latest national, state, and local political stories.And writer Dylan Powell discusses 100 Things to Do in Houston Before You Die.We offer a daily podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcasting apps. This article is part of the Houston Matters podcast Share read more
This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Explore further More information: Paper available online: rspb.royalsocietypublishing.or … /rspb.2010.0188.full Male deer are born to live fast, die young Earlier studies have shown there are differences in the immune responses of males and females, with males tending to be more exposed to the risk of infection and being less able to deal with the infection. Previous studies also showed that males shed more viral particles and suffer more severe symptoms than females, although females are more susceptible to some infections.The Cambridge scientists, Olivier Restif and William Amos, sought to understand why males and females should evolve different levels of immunity, and how natural selection is shaped by a combination of ecological and genetic considerations to produce a different immune response to disease by females and males. If males really are exposed to infection more than females it would seem logical they would evolve higher immunity rather than lower, but the opposite appears to be true.In the mathematical model of a population with distinct male and female genders, birth rate is assumed to be proportional to the population density of females, and the reproductive success of the male genotypes is proportional to their relative frequency. The model is dynamic and includes sexual reproduction parameters, gender-based hormonal differences, and behavioral differences (such as prevalence of risk taking), as well as changes in host-pathogen population.The results of the adaptive dynamic model, published online in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B last week showed that if the behaviors of males led them to be more exposed to pathogens, this surprisingly also led them to have lower immunocompetence than females. Males tended to become re-infected quickly, which lowers the benefit of immunity and selects for lower resistance in males. Biologically, the most important thing for a male is to mate, whereas for females, it is more important to survive and maintain health through a strong immune response to enable them to bear offspring. Immunity has an impact on survival, but also reproductive success, and this means the different reproductive strategies of males and females allow natural selection to produce sex differences in immune response.The current model is only applicable for diseases transmitted from host to host, but it could be adapted for other types of disease transmission. It considers only natural selection, but further research could include a sexual selection component. (PhysOrg.com) — Researchers from the University of Cambridge in the UK have for the first time incorporated sexual reproduction in a mathematical model of the evolution of defense against disease, and found the popular myth that men are weaker when it comes to fighting disease may well be true and is the result of the male’s biological urge to “live hard and die young”. Citation: Model shows why males have lower immunity to disease (2010, March 30) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2010-03-males-immunity-disease.html © 2010 PhysOrg.com read more
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T Qantas is set to retract a further 164 jobs from Tullamarine, with the closure of one of its engineering facilities. Revealed last week, Qantas and Lufthansa Technik’s joint-venture company, LTQ Engineering, will cease operations in September 2012, according to The Age. The joint venture was established to maintain and overhaul jet engines for Qantas’ fleet. Qantas Domestic chief Lyell Strambi said the closure was “regrettable but inevitable following sustained financial losses”. Australian Workers Union state secretary Cesar Melhem said the closure was “an absolute disgrace”. Mr Melhem has asked the federal government to intervene and save jobs.“I’ve spoken to [Employment Minister Bill] Shorten… to conduct a meeting between ourselves, Qantas and Lufthansa to see whether or not this place can be salvaged,” he said. According to Melhem, the engineering work will now be carried out in the Philippines, Scotland, Germany and China. The job cuts follow Qantas’ shedding of more than 500 positions at Tullamarine in May this year. Earlier this week, Qantas confirmed it was in talks with Dubai-based carrier Emirates regarding the possibility of an alliance, following Virgin’s successful partnership with Abu Dhabi-based Etihad. Qantas has also announced a reduction in the number of support staff accompanying Airbus A380 aircraft overseas for maintenance work. Qantas said competitor airlines sent only two or three workers to oversee maintenance operations, while it currently sent up to 11 support staff. Each check was costing Qantas approximately $1 million, according to The Australian. The airline will now endeavour to send between five and eight staff for maintenance repairs abroad. Qantas has denied any job losses as a result of the change and the Qantas standard of maintenance would still be followed by maintenance suppliers. Australian Licensed Aircraft Engineers Association federal secretary Steve Purvinas was disappointed with the Australian carrier’s decision to send fewer maintenance staff and claimed the changes were aimed at preventing members from reporting problems with overseas maintenance facilities and operations.“It’s a case of the three monkeys: see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.” read more
airlinesCambodiaEmiratesHong KongQatar AirwaysSolomon AirlinesVirgin Australia Qatar Airways new direct service Doha-NiceQatar Airways flight QR 53 will be operated by a Boeing B787 Dreamliner departing Hamad International Airport (HIA) on Tuesday at 7:45 (Doha Time) and arrived at Nice Côte d’Azur International Airport at 13:15 (Nice Time). The new direct service between Doha and Nice is the airline’s second destination in France.Emirates’ Dubai-Phnom Penh via MyanmarEmirates has launched a new daily linked service from Dubai to Phnom Penh in Cambodia, via Yangon in Myanmar, on a Boeing 777 aircraft.Flights to Phnom Penh will depart daily from Dubai International Airport (DXB) at 0915hrs local time, arriving in Yangon at 1725hrs, then depart Yangon at 1855hrs, before arriving at Phnom Penh International Airport (PNH) at 2125hrs. On the return segment, flight EK389 will depart Phnom Penh at 2310hrs, and will arrive in Yangon at 0040hrs, then set off to Dubai at 0210hrs, arriving at 0540hrs. [All times are local].New Virgin Australia Hong Kong-Melbourne serviceSir Richard Branson was on hand at Melbourne Airport to celebrate the official launch of the new service, and the inaugural VA flight to Hong Kong from Australia yesterday.Virgin Australia will operate five services per week between Melbourne and Hong Kong, using the Airbus A330-200 fleet which features the award-winning Business Class suites and 255 economy seats in a 2-4-2 configuration.Solomon Airlines & Air Kiribati to partner on new Brisbane-Honiara-Kiribati serviceThe two airlines have announced a new service linking Brisbane with Tarawa via Honiara commencing 30 August 2017. The new service will operate ex-Brisbane every Wednesday and ex-Tarawa every Thursday. To make a booking and for more information, visit flysolomons.com. read more
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