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  1. Coronavirus Australia live news: Victorians ditch face masks outside and welcome eased COVID-19 restrictions By Michael Doyle and Yasmin Jeffery Posted 2hhours ago, updated 2hhours ago Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume. Victoria records no new coronavirus cases or deaths for 24 days
  2. From the rest of the meeting in Edmonton
  3. Caroline Mimbs Nyce Senior associate editor The picture is grim as is. Please consider canceling your holiday plans. The COVID-19 Outbreak (JOHN MOORE / GETTY) More than 1,000 American hospitals report that they don’t have enough staff to manage the influx of coronavirus patients. That
  4. More than a dozen tents were pitched in Peace Arch Park Monday, however, residents in the area said up to 85 were spotted in the park on Sunday. (Aaron Hinks photo) ‘It looked like Woodstock’: More than 85 tents pitched in Peace Arch State Park Sunday Despite B.C. health orders limiting gatherings, many still exploiting border ‘loophole’ Aaron Hinks Nov. 9, 2020 5:30 p.m. “It looked like Woodstock,” a nearby resident told Peace Arch News Monday. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry held a rare Saturday pres
  5. Alert - 20201113 Victoria has posted a full fortnight with no new coronavirus infections or fatalities. The state’s 14th day in a row without confirmed cases came as state borders were again expected to be high on the agenda at Friday’s national cabinet meeting. Victoria has only three remaining active cases, and only one whose origin cannot be traced. COVID cases have plummeted across the country in recent weeks. NS
  6. What is needed is an Australian response as they did in Victoria. 112 days of lock-down, two weeks free of COVID infections, no deaths, businesses re-opening, travel ok between Aus & NZ, and heavy fines for offenders. Instead, we in BC are faced with a semi-open border, without quarantine requirements: People still taking advantage of cross-border B.C. park to skip quarantine Ben Miljure Multi-Skilled Journalist, CTV News Vancouver @CTVNewsBen Contact Published Thursday, November 12, 2020 5:17PM PST Last Updated Thursday, November 12
  7. The comments section, (58), is also interesting reading. Obviously some ex-employees writing in - "Turbulence; Boeing and the State of American Workers and Managers", Yale university Press, 2010, Greenberg, Grunberg, Moore Sikora, is also mentioned.
  8. ‘No One Is Listening to Us’ More people than ever are hospitalized with COVID-19. Health-care workers can’t go on like this. Ed Yong 7:00 AM ET Romelia Navarro is comforted by Michele Younkin, a nurse, while sitting at the bedside of her dying husband.Jae C. Hong / AP Editor’s Note: The Atlantic is making vital coverage of the coronavirus available to all readers. Find the collection here.
  9. Possibly the news this morning from Pfizer pulling all markets upwards?
  10. Hi Judy, hi Glen; Over the past two decades you have both provided that most-important "glue": - a "place" that keeps friends, colleagues, economists, employee associations, "captains of industry", scientists, engineers, those who reflected and engaged the psychological and the philosophical aspects of life, - in an-often spirited dialogue, (emphasis on dialogue). I think that the AEF has contributed positively, materially to aviation here and in other countries. The AEF has certainly contributed to the goals I consider most valuable: the safety of our collective operations, and learning
  11. Hi Malcolm - I try to stay away from arguing from testimonials and fixed points. I think Dr. Fauci's approach makes sufficient sense to support healthy decisions for oneself, one's family, friends and one's chosen "bubble". But I understand the resistance and the anger at "being told by one's country's elected leaders that one 'must do this or that...' " In one way, the resistance is logical because we still live in a democracy. Even though we adhere to the social contract most times, we are unaccustomed to "being told directly", and the resistance is "in the beast" of democracy. So
  13. I think this will rapidly become obvious for those shareholder/owner/management personnel who make these decisions. They really should approach such changes with thought and with caution. In the end this is a corporate risk-management decision and not merely a "new", physical restructuring of the way business might be conducted, (increased efficiencies, lower costs, online communications & conferencing tools are all the usual reasons cited). The disconnectedness you mention, I know is, in fact, a reality even now being expressed by those trying to function within a "virtual headq
  14. The notion of the "home office" fails to take into account our very nature as a social creature. There is a significant disruption & disconnect without "the water-cooler" or the mini-townhall round which all kinds of issues are raised and sometimes even resolved! We are already seeing serious personal health issues not directly related to COVID but nevertheless resulting from the isolation of the past ten months. What's more, even following the usual Dr. Fauci rules, there is no let-up from the requirement of social isolation without risk of serious resurgence of the virus, as is bein
  15. From the article: Also, no mention of EASA's previous comments regarding EICAS.