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first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Clean up continues following a spill of light-crude oil that occurred over the weekend along the Alaska Highway near Inga.According to Canadian Natural Resources Limited Public Affairs person, Julie Woo, on September 7 while undertaking commissioning activities at a facility within Canadian Natural’s Inga operations, a release of light crude oil occurred as the facility was being restarted for operations.Woo says Canadian Natural immediately isolated and stopped the release, and the incident was reported to regulatory agencies.- Advertisement -According to Woo, given the recent weather conditions and heavy rainfall, a light hydrocarbon sheen migrated alongside a portion of the Alaska Highway entering into a small area of vegetation.Response activities included the deployment of wildlife deterrents, and as a precautionary measure, air quality monitoring at the location which shows there is no risk to public health.last_img read more

first_imgLiverpool star Raheem Sterling proved in the 2-1 win over Southampton he can go some way to compensating for the loss of Luis Suarez, according to Reds hero Ray Houghton.Brendan Rodgers has been left with the unenviable task of figuring out how to replace Suarez’s 31 Premier League goals from last season, after the Uruguayan joined Barcelona in a £75million move earlier this summer.But against the Saints, Sterling – who scored nine goals in 33 league games last season – looked up to the challenge, breaking the deadlock with a cool finish and setting up Daniel Sturridge for the winner.And Houghton believes the 19-year-old, plus the likes of Jordan Henderson and Sturridge, will need to improve if they are to go one better than last season and win the Premier League.“They’re going to have to do that [improve] because they’ve lost their main player in Suarez,” he told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“They’re going to have to compensate for that in other ways. Others are going to have to step up and take more responsibility in that final third to score more goals.“Certainly we saw that with Sterling yesterday. He showed signs he‘s going to be a real threat. I think he’s going have a fantastic season. He’s got real ability, he’s really settled down now and he’s understanding his position in the side.“I think he’s going to be there week in, week out, he’s not going to be just a bit part player for them, he’s going to be a main player for them. I think that’s going to be very important for Liverpool.”last_img read more

first_imgThe United States and the Republic of Korea have announced a reciprocal agreement for the two nations’ respective trusted traveler programs – the U.S. Global Entry program and Korea Smart Entry Service.Under the deal, which was announced at Washington Dulles International bySecretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Acting Commissioner David V. Aguilar and Republic of Korea Minster of Justice Jae-Jin Kwon, South Korea becomes just the third country, after the Netherlands and Canada, to have a fully reciprocal, publicly available trusted traveler program with the US. The agreement also marks the establishment by the US of the first permanent trusted traveler program in Asia.Speaking of the “extraordinary bond” linking the US and Korea, Ms Napolitano said the agreement marked “another major step forward” in the alliance between the countries.“Global Entry and Korea’s Smart Entry Service are not just quick, easy, and efficient for travelers; they also help our customs authorities focus on those travelers we know less about, so that we can more effectively identify potential threats and keep our borders and our countries secure,” she remarked.The US Travel Association and Brand USA have already given the thumbs up to the agreement. The Global Entry Program, part of an overall push by the Federal Government to increase travel and tourism in the US, streamlines the screening process for pre-approved, low risk travelers, reducing average wait times at airports by up to 70 per cent.Global Entry kiosks and Smart Entry Service e-gates are currently available at 25 US international airports. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: M.H.last_img read more