OTTAWA — A timeline of Canada Post job action:Between 1965 and 2005:-19 strikes, lockouts and walkouts-Workers legislated back to work in 1987, 1991 and 19972007:-No labour disruptions as CUPW strikes four-year deal with Canada Post2011:-48,000 Canada Post workers begin job action June 2 with rotating strikes-Canada Post locks out workers June 14, saying it can’t operate under constant threat-Conservative government tables back-to-work bill June 20; stoppage ends June 272016:-CUPW wins challenge of previous back-to-work legislation in the Ontario Superior Court-Union and management sign two-year contract Aug. 30 without new disruption2018:-Canada Post workers begin rotating strikes in different cities Oct. 22-Labour Minister Patty Hajdu tables back to work legislation Nov. 22-Canadian Union of Postal Workers vows to fight in court if bill passesThe Canadian Press
Rabat – The RNP will then conduct a census for the remaining regions between February 2020 and May 2024, Minister of the Interior Abdelouafi Laftit said Wednesday.The RNP aims to collect personal data to ensure the government has reliable data through the use of a digital identifier for all Moroccans, including minors and Moroccans residing abroad, said Laftit.Laftit was speaking at a presentation on a draft sectoral budget of the Ministry of the Interior at the House of Representatives, Maghreb Arab Press reported. On August 27, Morocco’s Ministry of the Interior and India’s Bangalore-based Institute of Technology signed an MoU to work jointly on a social register project. RNP’s management system is based on the open source software platform, called “MOSIP.”The registration project, which the World Bank has helped finance with $100 million, is set to identify the needs and aspirations of Morocco’s most marginalized families.Read also: Morocco-India Social Register Program Aims to Reduce InequalityTo ensure good governance and reform of social protection systems, Laftit said that the registration system will based on three pillars.The first pillar focuses on RNP, and the second focuses on the Consolidated Social Register (RSU), which includes social and economic information to determine families in need of social services.The RSU is the only way for citizens to access all social programs on the basis of objective criteria according to socio-economic data and new technologies, explained Laftit.The RSU register will be put into general use between March 2020 and June 2024.The third pillar is the establishment of a public institution, the National Register Agency, which will manage the security of the technical system and the confidentiality of registers.Read also: CECE Report: Moroccan Citizens ‘Perceive Inequalities as Injustice’Registration a national priorityThe registration project is a priority for the Moroccan government because it reflects the instructions King Mohammed VI gave in his Throne Day speech.The King spoke about a new initiative to establish a “consolidated social register” to gradually improve social welfare projects. “This is a national registration system to identify families that truly deserve to benefit from social assistance programs,” the King said.“It is a strategic and ambitious social project which concerns large segments of the Moroccan population,” he added.Laftit also indicated that his ministry is working to monitor the national campaign for the registration of children who were not registered in the civil registry at birth. The campaign was launched in December 2017.More than 33,430 people had been registered by the end of June, the minister noted.
The nearly $2 billion renewal process for the entire UN complex – plagued by leaks, safety violations and outdated systems – is set to wrap up in time by 2013, with the renovation of the Secretariat tower scheduled to be completed in 2012, Capital Master Plan (CMP) Executive Director Michael Adlerstein told the UN News Centre.Some 5,600 people have been moved out of the UN compound and into various so-called swing spaces in midtown Manhattan.“The good news is that the space works well and that there is a general consensus that the space is functional and achieves the objective of keeping the UN operational,” Mr. Adlerstein noted.With staff scattered in various buildings, he stressed that “it’s very important to us that the Secretariat renovation get completed so we can bring the staff back home.”The official said that the next round of overhauls should not wait another six decades, and that the world body should undertake “less traumatic” renovations roughly every decade.At the ground-breaking ceremony two years ago, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon pledged to make the complex “a model of environmental stewardship” by reducing the UN’s electrical and water usage and by removing harmful materials that were used in the original construction.“As we conduct this work, we will never lose sight of the original purpose of our founders when they erected these buildings almost 60 years ago: promoting a safer, more peaceful and more just world,” Mr. Ban added.Upon the completion of the CMP, the UN compound will be “extremely green and sustainable and well-designed,” slashing water consumption and the world body’s carbon footprint by more than 40 per cent, Mr. Adlerstein pointed out today.“It won’t be wasteful as we’ve become over the year in recent decades, but it still requires constant maintenance and observation,” he added.Renovations are set to ramp up in the coming weeks and will be much more visible, as the Secretariat building is fully emptied of employees and scaffolding is put up. This “high-gear” phase is set to last for the next two years, the Executive Director said. 5 May 2010Two years have passed since ground was broken for the renovation of the landmark United Nations Headquarters in New York to make it safer and greener, and the process is “on track and on schedule,” the official in charge of the overhaul said today.
Lukas Schulze/Getty Images OTTAWA — Climate change talks in Germany are headed for a collision course on coal this week — and Canada is right in the middle of it.Environment Minister Catherine McKenna arrived this weekend in Bonn, Germany, to attend the second week of COP23, the annual United Nations climate change talks that two years ago led to the Paris climate change accord.This year, the parties to Paris are hammering out rules for how that accord will be implemented, how carbon will be counted and how countries will be held accountable for their emissions cuts.McKenna and her British counterpart, Claire Perry, minister of state for climate change and industry, want the conversation to focus on getting rid of coal as a power source, which is responsible for more than 40 per cent of global carbon dioxide emissions.McKenna and Perry are hosting a joint event Nov. 16 to launch a joint campaign calling for other countries to declare a plan not to build any more unabated coal-fired plants and eliminate existing ones. Unabated plants are those that have no carbon capture or storage technology to keep emissions from ending up in the atmosphere.The slogan is seen in the U.S. “We Are Still In” pavilion at the COP 23 United Nations Climate Change Conference on Saturday in Bonn, Germany. “We want every country to look at how they can reduce their use of coal and phase it out and we want to be supporting developing countries to do so,” McKenna told The Canadian Press in an interview last week.McKenna did not, however, commit any additional money to the program.About 10 per cent of electricity in Canada comes from coal, and 40 per cent of the electricity around the world is generated by coal-fired power plants.A year ago, Canada committed to eliminating coal as a source of power by 2030. Britain has committed to getting rid of it by 2025.Since Canada and the U.K. first announced their coal phase-out campaign last month, Italy and Netherlands added themselves to the list of countries aiming to get rid of coal. France had already set a 2025 coal-phase out target.But their anti-coal initiative is in direct contrast with the United States, which is kicking off the week with an event promoting all the ways fossil fuels like coal can be part of the narrative of combating climate change.“I anticipate it will be a big story this week,” said Catherine Abreu, executive director of Climate Action Network Canada, who has been in Bonn since the talks began Nov. 6.Last month, Scott Pruitt, the head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, declared the “war on coal is over” as he tore up the U.S. Clean Power Plan, a legacy of President Barack Obama that required states to cut emissions based on energy consumption and offered incentives to foster renewable power and energy efficiency.The U.S. successfully managed to convince the G20 to include a statement about the U.S. helping other countries “access and use fossil fuels more cleanly and efficiently” in its final statement in July. On Monday, U.S. officials and fossil fuel industry representatives will make presentations about it.McKenna however said the world has already decided with its money that coal is a relic of the past.“The market has moved on coal so the good news is you now have clean energy like wind and solar that’s cheaper and there’s far more investments in wind and solar than there is in coal,” she said.Despite her bravado, the Global Coal Plant Tracker shows plans are afoot for another 1,600 new coal plants, which once operational would expand coal power by 42 per cent around the world.China’s energy companies are behind 700 of them, despite China’s pledge earlier this year to scale back its coal plans at home. India’s state-run National Thermal Power Corp. intends to invest more than $10 billion to build new coal plants over the next five years.If Canada and the U.K. can get China and India involved to some extent, it would be a real victory, Abreu said. She doesn’t expect them to agree to phase coal out entirely, but agreeing to help would be a big step.Germany would be another big get for the coalition, and may be an easier fish to land if German Chancellor Angela Merkel tries to get the German Green Party into her coalition. The Greens want Germany to meet its emissions reduction targets, which would require it to abandon coal.
An accomplice of notorious underworld leader Makandure Madush was nabbed in Mattakuliya.The Police said that ‘Andarewatte Chamara’ was arrested by the Special Task Force (STF) in Grandpass with drugs. Meanwhile, another accomplice of Makandure Madush was also arrested.The suspect was arrested in Sooriyawewa with a weapon. Makandure Madush was arrested in Dubai recently with several others. (Colombo Gazette)
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) today called for immediate emergency intervention in Djibouti, where 10 shipping containers leaking toxic pesticide are creating serious human health and environmental problems. The current location of the containers – which hold chromated copper arsenate, primarily used as a wood preservative for power and telegraph poles and is carcinogenic – is already severely contaminated, FAO said. The worst affected site is within 400 metres of a food aid store. Over 200 tonnes of the chemical were shipped recently in plastic containers from the United Kingdom to be delivered to the Ethiopian Power Corporation, according to the UN agency. “All previous shipments of this chemical have used steel drums for the product and no leakage occurred,” said FAO expert Kevin Helps, who was asked by the Djibouti Ministry of Agriculture to visit the site and make safeguard recommendations. “It appears that the plastic containers have suffered a catastrophic failure resulting in leakage from the container. The containers must have started to leak while on the vessel.” Port authorities have taken first steps to safeguard the contaminated areas, and the potential for the spread of contamination by dust or wind has been reduced, FAO said. As an immediate emergency intervention, the agency suggested quarantining the storage site and placing guards to prevent access to the area. All further leakage should be contained to prevent further soil contamination.
Rufus Norris, the National Theatre’s artistic director, who, when asked about the theatre having permission to use “Royal” in its title, said: “Sometimes it’s very useful for us and reflective and sometimes it’s less so.” Credit:Matt Crossick/PA Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. “Arts funding is being sidelined in the curriculum. Schools are cutting creative opportunities at every age group,” he said, adding: “Without a commitment to creativity in schools at Government level artists will continue to be drawn from a very narrow section of society. The arts thrive in diversity if class, of gender, of ethnicity. But they [Ministers] aren’t too worried our creative leaders are coming only from one sector of society.“To remain world leading our country needs to be funding bright, young talent from the outset. If Government policy continues to marginalise the arts there a very real threat to the creativity of our country.”The National Theatre’s new programme includes a timely adaptation of Andrea Levy’s award-winning novel Small Small Island, about the Windrush generation, and Lenny Henry’s one man play about the influential US comic Richard Pryor. There has been a suspicion among observers that the NT fears the prefix ‘Royal’ would not chime with its public image of staging cutting edgeexperimental plays and new interpretations of classic works amid its modern brutalist concrete home on London’s South Bank. But Mr Norris said the theatre welcomed the support of the Royal Family, including an intervention last month by Prince Charles – who once described its design as “a clever way of building a nuclear power station in the middle of London without anyone objecting” – during which he called for every child to have access to a “vital” arts education.His comments chimed with those of the chief executive of the Royal Opera House, Alex Beard, who last month said the inclusion of “Royal” in the venue’s name was “off-putting” to the general public, with those who are not familiar with its work fearing it is not for them.In an interview with the Sunday Times magazine, Beard said: “Well, we had three problems. “Royal. Opera. And House. Each of those words is charged.”Mr Norris courted further controversy on Wednesday when he launched an outspoken attack on the Government’s “neglect” and lack of support for drama as part of the timetabled curriculum in schools, saying it threatened to undermine Britain’s future economic prospects.He accused ministers of not caring that actors and performers increasingly come from a narrow layer of British society.Mr Norris cited figures showing that since 2010 there has been a 35 per cent fall in the number of students taking GCSEs in arts subjects. Britain’s national theatre has admitted it deliberately avoids using the prefix Royal in its title for fear of putting off potential new audiences by giving the impression it is an elitist institution.The artistic director of the National Theatre delivered a snub to the Monarchy yesterday when he suggested using its full title could usher in the theatre’s “downfall”.Permission to add the ‘Royal’ prefix to the name of the theatre was given in 1988, but the full title is rarely used – in contrast to the National Theatre’s counterparts The Royal Ballet and The Royal Opera House.Speaking at the launch of the National Theatre’s 2018/19 programme Rufus Norris indicated that was unlikely to change any time soon.He said: “This country is still very class divided and anything that adds to that perception, that this place is not open to everybody, could be a downfall. I fear that for some people that [the ‘Royal’ prefix] adds to that perception.”Mr Norris said he would consider taking the matter to the board of the National Theatre, paving the way either for the prefix to be dropped altogether, or even for it to be used more frequently.“This place has to be a community centre and the fact is that [using the prefix] that may alter that perception,” he said.
Le mystérieux “ovni” de la Baltique, une arme secrète des nazis ?Interrogé récemment par le journal Expressen, relayé par le DailyMail, un expert suédois suggère que le mystérieux et gigantesque objet découvert en 2011 au fond de la Baltique par des plongeurs (également suédois), pourrait être un dispositif anti sous-marins installé par les Allemands lors de la Seconde guerre mondiale.Selon Anders Autellus, ex-officier de la marine suédoise, spécialiste de la Seconde guerre mondiale, la mystérieuse structure sous-marine qui intrigue tant les plongeurs de la société suédoise Ocean Explorer, qui a été découverte au fond de la Baltique en 2011, pourrait être un élément des défenses anti sous-marins implantées là par les Allemands durant la guerre de 1939-1945.À lire aussiUn cachalot sauvage imite un plongeur en train de faire une pirouette dans l’eauD’environ 60 m de long sur 7,50 de large, dépassant de 3 m du sol marin, la structure, estime l’expert, serait faite d’une double paroi en béton destinée à supporter un treillis métallique suffisamment grand pour brouiller les émissions sonar des sous-marins britanniques et soviétiques, qui menaçaient les navires allemands transportant, dans ces parages, des pièces détachées pour la Wehrmacht. De fait, l’objet a aussi perturbé le fonctionnement des instruments utilisés par les plongeurs d’Ocean Explorer.Des structures similaires avaient été construites par les Anglais à la même époque, a précisé l’expert. Érodé par l’eau salée et le temps, l’objet serait devenu difficilement identifiable. “C’est crédible (…) parce que l’objet est situé au-dessous d’une route maritime”, remarque Stefan Hogeborn, de l’équipe d’Ocean Explorer, qui estime que la théorie d’Anders Autellus est “un bon candidat” à l’explication du mystère.Le 13 juillet 2012 à 16:30 • Maxime Lambert
PRESS RELEASE – Oregon Department of Transportation personnel were to remain on scene monitoring two tanker trailers loaded with approximately 9,000 gallons of diesel after they traveled down an embankment on the south side of Interstate 84 in the Hood River area Friday afternoon. The company was arranging to off load the diesel before removing the tanker trailers possibly on Saturday. According to Oregon State Police Sgt. Pat Shortt, on March 4, 2011 at approximately 3:25 p.m. a commercial truck pulling the two tanker trailers was eastbound on Interstate 84 near milepost 63. The truck’s driver, Eric D. Christiansen, 58, from Vancouver lost control possibly due to an equipment problem on one of the trailers. The vehicles came to an initial rest teetering over the right shoulder guardrail. Uninjured, Christiansen got out of the truck before it continued down an embankment and stopped against several trees. The front trailer was ruptured but it appears a small amount of diesel leaked because the hole was above the diesel level in the tank. OSP troopers from The Dalles Area Command office, Hood River Fire Department, and ODOT responded to the scene. OSP’s investigation is continuing. The right eastbound lane is expected to remain closed until the load off-loading is completed.
Kienen Wayrynen, the 15-year-old boy injured Thursday after hitting an SUV while riding his bicycle in Hazel Dell, was upgraded to satisfactory condition at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center on Friday morning, and was discharged from the hospital Friday evening.Kienen had been listed in critical condition late Thursday.He was riding downhill and against traffic on a sidewalk on the north side of Northwest 99th Street, in front of Columbia River High School, when he hit an SUV that was leaving a parking lot just before 4 p.m. The SUV’s driver, Dana Wilcox, 37, of Vancouver braked and may have been stopped before the bicycle hit her car. Kienen tried to avoid the SUV and crashed into the front passenger side near the headlights and bumper, said Sgt. Randon Walker with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.Kienen is the son of The Columbian’s photo editor, Troy Wayrynen.Friday afternoon, sheriff’s Sgt. Steve Shea called The Columbian to correct information about state traffic laws that had been provided by the sheriff’s office earlier. Kienen did not violate traffic laws prior to the crash, as previously reported. Shea, a former traffic accident investigator, said Washington law allows bicyclists to ride on sidewalks, though they must yield the right of way to pedestrians, and that drivers of vehicles must yield the right of way to both bicyclists and pedestrians on sidewalks.
La Center — The Lewis River Mobile Food Bank is looking for volunteers to help bring food to hungry people in rural North Clark County. Its food trailer delivers to a different site each Sunday afternoon and allows people to choose food they’ll serve in their homes. Volunteers of all sorts are welcome.“We are currently in need of someone with a vehicle that can pull the food trailer to our delivery site on the fourth Sunday of the month,” said organizer Candice Howell.The regular schedule is 2 to 4 p.m. on the:• First Sunday of the month at the View Fire Station, 37604 NE 119th Ave., La Center.• Second Sunday at the Fire District 2 Station, 314 N.W. 389th Street, La Center.• Third Sunday at Yacolt’s Evangelical Free Church, 509 West Cushman.• Fourth Sunday at La Center’s Evangelical Free Church, 111 E. Fifth Street.Since late 2009, the volunteer-run mobile food bank has delivered nearly 100,000 pounds of food and assisted more than 7,300 people.If you’re interested, call 360-263-5763 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations can be mailed to Lewis River Mobile Food Bank, 38809 N.E. 41st Avenue, La Center, WA 98629. For more information, visit http://lrmfb.org.
August 7th at 7:30 p.m., Ms. Lauryn Hill will take the stage at Baltimore’s Pier Six Pavilion. She will perform her classic hits from “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” as well as new music from the compilation “Nina Revisited… A Tribute to Nina Simone.” Tickets range from $40 – $125 for the show and doors will open at 6:00 p.m.
Kolkata: The British Council Summer School has come back to the city once again. The school has a lot to offer to children aged between 7-14 years, enhancing communication, creativity and confidence.After coaching 650 students in Kolkata in 2017 through engaging methodologies, the Summer School aims to make learning a fun process for children this year as well.Children aged between 7-14 years can spend their summer holidays discovering their inner creativity in fun and engaging ways, through a mixture of games, projects, drama and communicative activities at the British Council Summer School. The programme also encourages students to interact in pairs, small groups and whole class situations, improving their English fluency and confidence. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsThis year will see British Council run two themes during the Summer School: Explorers (through a virtual trip around the world, children will travel to one country each day, learn about different cultures, develop language skills and build confidence) and Media Magic (children will explore communication channels such as the radio, television and the internet. They will learn how to write blogs, create an advertisement and newspaper report).Debanjan Chakrabarti, Director, East and Northeast, British Council, said, “Our English language teaching centre in Kolkata is an exciting hub of activity all summer. The year 2018 marks the 70th anniversary of the British Council’s presence in India.”
Everything Kelvin Benjamin said about Cam, we knew already Bills wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin ripped the Panthers and Cam Newton, by reference, in a recent interview, saying Newton wasn’t accurate and lacked overall knowledge of the game.Cam defenders predictably came out in droves to rip Benjamin, but Benjamin is just confirming what Colin has already known for years: Newton is an elite athlete who isn’t an accurate passer and doesn’t make pre-snap reads like some of the elite NFL QB’s. Benjamin’s comments may be headline grabbing, but they’re not breaking news. Also:Baker Mayfield has to overcome Cleveland for NFL successGuests:DeAngelo Hall – Recently retired NFL Cornerback is in-studio talking Moss/Owens, and who was harder to cover.Greg Jennings – FS1 NFL Analyst joins the show to discuss Kelvin Benjamin’s Cam comments; and his interactions with Newton during a Pro BowlTony Gonzalez – FS1 NFL Analyst is in-studio talking Kelvin Benjamin’s Cam comments, and how fast a coach can lose a locker room on a losing team. It’s hard to ‘stick to sports’ when politicians won’t stick to politicsDuring a CNN interview about his newly opened Akron school, LeBron James said President Trump is using sports to divide people, which prompted a tweet from the President criticizing James and proclaiming his preference for Michael Jordan.Colin has gone to great lengths to avoid discussing politics on the show, but it’s become increasingly hard when the President will fire off tweets at superstar athletes who disagree with him in the slightest. It’s hard to stick to sports when the most powerful politician in the world won’t stick to politics, even on a week where the most powerful athlete in the world is opening a school for underprivileged kids.
PARIS – Screen legend and animal-rights campaigner Brigitte Bardot on Tuesday offered to take marine conservationist Paul Watson’s place in prison, saying she was “outraged” by his arrest in Germany.“Being outraged by the fact that he’s been put in prison, I offer to take his place because I am his accomplice,” Bardot, 77, said in a statement after the founder of marine conservation group Sea Shepherd was detained.Bardot has over the years campaigned against whaling in Japan, bear hunting in New Jersey, wolf hunting in Sweden, dolphin slaughter in Denmark and other animal rights causes.“I have always supported Paul Watson, my brother in arms,” said the retired French actress who had a Sea Shepherd boat named after her in 2011.A German court on Monday ordered Watson, 61, to remain in custody a day after his arrest on a warrant from Costa Rica, where he is accused of endangering a fishing boat’s crew during a 2002 confrontation.Poll Conservationist arrested in Germany on charges from Costa Rica Do you think Costa Rican authorities should drop the charges against Paul Watson? Yes. He was only trying to protect sharks because governments aren’t doing enough. No. He jeopardized fishermen’s lives so he must face the consequences. No response. Facebook Comments No related posts.
Pro Football Focus has released their full list of the top-101 players in the NFL and the Cardinals have five players on the list.PFF released the first section of the list on Monday and gave Evan Mathis and Calais Campbell the 98th and 89th spots, respectively.On Thursday, Carson Palmer, Patrick Peterson and Tyrann Mathieu joined their fellow teammates on the list.The Cardinals’ quarterback came in at No. 40. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Last year, Palmer posted his best completion percentage since 2007.He also had career-highs in passing yards (4,671) and touchdowns (35), while throwing a career-low in interceptions (11) in seasons where he played at least 15 games.On the other side of the ball, Peterson, a three-time All-Pro cornerback, landed at No. 32 on the list.32. At his best, Patrick Peterson is one of the league’s top shutdown corners, or as close as anybody can get to that term in today’s NFL of pass-happy rules. He typically tracks the best receiver an offense has, and this past season when doing that, he allowed just 50 percent of all passes thrown his way to be caught (including playoffs) and was beaten for just three touchdowns, two of which came in the postseason and one of which was a Hail Mary. He didn’t allow more than four catches in a single game all season long, and was beaten for more than 50 yards just once. He also held Antonio Brown to two catches for 26 yards on six targets when they met, albeit when Brown didn’t have Ben Roethlisberger throwing him the ball.In addition to shutting down Brown, Peterson also shut down the likes of A.J. Green, who caught just two passes for 24 yards on six targets in Week 11. Comments Share Peterson has played in all 80 games since he was drafted by the Cardinals in 2011. He has accounted for 232 tackles, 58 pass deflections, 18 interceptions, 19 fumbles forced and four punt-return touchdowns in his five-year career (playoffs included).Joining Peterson on defense is Mathieu, who is a dynamic force in the Cardinals’ secondaryThe Cardinals had a 12-2 record and allowed 19.2 points per game with Mathieu healthy last season, but were just 2-2 (including playoffs) and allowed 28.2 points per game with him injured.Mathieu earned a team-high No. 18 spot on PFF’s list.18. Whether you want to call him a safety or a cornerback, Tyrann Mathieu is one of the league’s best defensive backs. He is a true playmaker on defense and has the ability to move around and cause matchup problems for offenses, putting them on the back foot for once in a league that usually forces defenses to react, not the other way around. Last season, he was having a Defensive Player of the Year kind of impact before missing the final two games of the regular season and the playoffs, leaving a big hole that the Cardinals weren’t really able to fill. He is a versatile playmaker, capable of excelling in the run game, in coverage, and generating pressure on the blitz, and regardless of what position he gets labeled as, he’s just a fantastic player.Mathieu earned first-team All-Pro for the first time in his career in 2015 after finishing with 89 tackles, five interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), 17 passes defensed, 11 tackles for loss and a forced fumble. 40. Carson Palmer is another player whose case rests on one season of obscene play. It’s tough to oversell just how good Palmer was in 2015 before injuring a finger and having the worst playoff performance from a quarterback PFF has ever graded. In that Arizona passing attack, Palmer had the league’s highest average depth of target, and his expected inaccuracy rate given the passes he was attempting should have been the highest in the league. As it turned out, he was the best on intermediate and deep throws, and if I knew I was getting that guy in 2016, he would by vying for a place inside the top-five on this list. The issue is that those performances were so far off his career performance graph that it’s tough to have any idea where his 2016 will fall. Palmer has been good before, but in the eight years before that 2015 performance, he had been pretty good at best. It’s tough to buy into the idea that he is suddenly the best QB in the game, even if he has found an offense that perfectly suits his style.Palmer’s presence on the field may be the most important of any Cardinal player. Arizona has a 29-9 record in his 38 starts for the Cardinals, but have a 5-6 record (including playoffs) with him on the sidelines. Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo
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Just before the heat settles in, there’s just enough time to venture up to the villages for a different kind of a day out. Village festivals will soon start to appear celebrating local produce and traditions. This Sunday will see the village of Omodos host the grand opening of the winery Oenou Yi – Ktima Vassiliades.It’s going to be an eventful day as the opening will be carried out by President Nicos Anastasiades, while the sanctification will be performed by Bishop Georgios of Paphos. From 10.30am until 6pm the winery will be open for visitors to experience its grounds and of course its produce.Wine events will be held throughout the day, including Guided Tours and Wine Tasting. Vasiliki Hadjiadamou and her entourage will entertain the guests with traditional music while wine dance activities by Karotseris Aradippos will take place.But this isn’t an event just for adults. Children will have the opportunity to get involved in unique craft-making activities. Winey Grand OpeningOenou Yi – Ktima Vassiliades officially opens its doors with a day full of activities. June 2. 10.30am-6pm. Tel: 25-446000You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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