Veronica Prysiazniuk says she was given a couple of hours on Saturday to gather her pets and some belongings before fleeing rising flood waters. Over the weekend, 107 people were forced from their homes in the Opaskwayak Cree Nation in Manitoba by threats from ice-jam related flooding on the Saskatchewan River. “We have all our animals,
Daily Archive: Monday, April 17, 2017
In the wake of a rapidly evolving scandal, shares of United Continental Holdings Inc. (UAL) plunged nearly 7 percent in after-hours trading between Monday and Tuesday, then rebounded in the lead-up to market open Tuesday morning, only to fall once more by at least 2 percent, edging back up above $70 by the early afternoon.
A £4million refurbishment of the neuroscience ward at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary will get under way later this month. Upgrade work was due to begin last summer but put back until this year. In addition to the NHS Grampian funds, Friends of the Neuro Ward-ARI (FNWA) will contribute £125,000 to the revamp. Orkney-based charity founder Caroline