1st February 2021 | By Richard Mulligan Basi (pictured), who begins his new role with Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) today (1 February), previously served as the executive vice president and chief financial officer at retailer Mastermind Toys. Regions: Ontario Basi replaces outgoing CFO, Lisa Bell-Murray, who is retiring after 30 years with the Canadian province’s crown agency, which conducts and manages land-based gaming facilities, province-wide lottery games and internet gaming. Ontario’s state-run gaming and lottery operator, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG), has appointed Pinder Basi as its new chief financial officer. Basi’s arrival comes as OLG prepares for major changes to gaming in the province, with the regional government set to introduce new legislation seeking to end the operator’s current online gambling monopoly. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Pinder Basi Management “Pinder is an experienced executive with a proven track record in finance and business with a focus on growth, profitability and collaboration,” said Duncan Hannay, OLG’s president and chief executive. “His successes in large transformations will be an asset as we work together to position OLG for a post-pandemic recovery, digital growth, and new opportunities to maximize value for our customers and the people of Ontario.” Read the full story on iGB North America. Topics: Management Ontario’s OLG group appoints Basi as new CFO Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Address
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Wootton George Consulting to plant tree for every new client Strategy and fundraising consultancy Wootton George Consulting is aiming to become carbon neutral in 2011. To support this goal, the company will be planting a tree for every new client contract won during the year.The agency has had an environmental policy for some years, covering activities like choosing rail travel over driving wherever practical, buying recycled office products, and reusing and recycling materials where possible.The new tree planting scheme now seeks to offset the carbon impact of the business. Trees will be .Simon George, Director of Wootton George Consulting, said: ”We have been making efforts for some time to reduce our environmental footprint and this tree planting scheme is a great way of helping to neutralise our carbon impact, while helping a community in Ghana and thanking our clients for their business. It won’t save the planet but it takes us a bit closer to sustainability.”www.wgconsulting.co.uk/about-us/policies/environmental-policy AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Consulting & Agencies environment Howard Lake | 27 December 2010 | News 31 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
Utterback Farms in Elwood Donates Over 1,000 Pounds of Produce SHARE The Farm to Food Banks program through Farm Credit Mid-America is a volunteer initiative that is part of their four-year financial commitment to provide fresh produce to distribution networks in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee, which connect surplus and donated produce from local farmers with food banks, food kitchens, community churches and other emergency food providers.Utterback Farms in Elwood, IN donated over 1,000 pounds of fresh produce to the effort, helping to reach the total 17,500+ pounds that went to food banks and more than a dozen distribution centers across the region.In the last four years, the program has provided or supplemented meals for more than one million families.Source: Farm Credit Mid-America Home Indiana Agriculture News Utterback Farms in Elwood Donates Over 1,000 Pounds of Produce Previous articleReadying Statehouse Support for Health Care ChangesNext articleRecords Broken in 2019 NCGA Corn Yield Contest Eric Pfeiffer Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter By Eric Pfeiffer – Dec 16, 2019 SHARE
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News UpdatesSupreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) Elections 2020-21 To Be Conducted On 27th February 2021 Nupur Thapliyal28 Jan 2021 8:49 AMShare This – xThe Election Committee vide its meeting dated 27.01.2021 has announced the schedule for conducting the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) Elections for 2020-21. According to the Election Committee, a meeting was held with the Health Advisory Committee on 27th January 2021 wherein the Health Advisory Committee had assured of an “expeditious consideration” for conducting partial physical…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Election Committee vide its meeting dated 27.01.2021 has announced the schedule for conducting the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) Elections for 2020-21. According to the Election Committee, a meeting was held with the Health Advisory Committee on 27th January 2021 wherein the Health Advisory Committee had assured of an “expeditious consideration” for conducting partial physical voting in the proposed hybrid manner. However, the conduct of physical voting is subject to “the advice of Health Advisory Committee constituted by the Chief Justice of India and final permission.” According to the resolution of the Election Committee, the new draft voters list for SCBA elections shall be published immediately on the notice boards and SCBA website for inviting objections and inclusion or exclusion of the names in the voters list. The members are also required to furnish or update their email the ids and phone numbers by 7th February 2021 failure of which the option for voting online could not be further exercised by the members. Subsequently, a final voter list will be published on 8th February 2021. “From the final list, the members who opt for physical voting shall submit in writing up to 22.02.2021 that they shall vote physically whereupon option to vote online shall not be available to such members. This option may be exercised carefully as no change shall be allowed once this option for physical voting is communicated.” The resolution says. However, the Committee clarifies that the members who do not exercise the option to vote physically will automatically be deemed to have opted for online voting. According to the Schedule announced by the Committee, the following are the important dates: 1. 09.02.2021 to 12.02.2021: Nominations fr various posts may be filed in physical mode by members whose names appear in Final Voters List. 2. 13.02.2021: Draft List of candidates shall be displayed on the notice boards and website of SCBA. 3. 15.02.2021 and 16.02.2021: Objections/ withdrawals to nominations may be submitted in the office of SCBA. 4. 17.02.2021: Election Committee will rule upon objections to the nominations where after the final list of contesting candidates shall be displayed on notice board and website. 5. 22.02.2021: Last date for exercising option to vote physically, subject to permission. 6. 25.02.2021: Debate of candidates for post of President and Hony. Secretary shall be held in virtual mode. 7. 27.02.2021: The polling date for both online voting and if permitted, physical voting. Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
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ChristopherBernard/iStock(ORLAND PARK, Ill.) — A 2-year-old girl died in Illinois on Tuesday after a shop display fell and hit her head, police said.Paramedics arrived on scene and performed medical treatments on the injured toddler at a clothing store inside a shopping mall in Orland Park, Illinois, about 25 miles southwest of downtown Chicago.The little girl was then transported to a local hospital for treatment and died a short time later, according to the Orland Park Police Department, which is investigating the incident.The child was shopping with her aunt at the time, according to ABC Chicago station WLS-TV. A doctor and nurse also were there and helped provide treatment to the little girl until paramedics arrived.It wasn’t immediately clear how the display fell.The toddler’s identity is being withheld until her family notifies relatives, police said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Image: The Chatham-Kent rural expanded pipeline has become operational in Canada. Photo: courtesy of outgunned21/FreeImages. Enbridge Gas has commissioned its $19.1m Chatham-Kent rural pipeline expansion project in Ontario, Canada.The pipeline delivers natural gas to meet a rising agricultural, commercial and industrial demand in Chatham-Kent.It also supplies natural gas to surrounding areas, including the greenhouse market.Enbridge Gas southwest region operations director said: “This project invested in much-needed natural gas infrastructure to unlock over $260M of development potential in Chatham-Kent and surrounding areas, Chatham-Kent is now well positioned for growth.“New and existing commercial and industrial customers can now benefit from the added capacity and related benefits this expansion provides.”Details of the Chatham-Kent rural pipeline expansionEnbridge Gas constructed a 500m pipeline with 12inch diameter near Dover Centre and a 13km, 8inch pipeline within road allowance from its existing Panhandle natural gas transmission system at Simpson Road Station (west of Tupperville), and proceeding south of Simpson Road to Base Line Road and then east of Base Line Road to the end point near the intersection of Base Line Road and Kent Bridge Road, east of Dresden.Associate Minister of Energy Bill Walker said: “Chatham-Kent’s expanded access to natural gas sends a clear signal that our province and the community is open for business.“Our government knows that improving access to affordable natural gas makes a real difference in people’s bottom lines. I am pleased that this natural gas pipeline is in service so it can bring benefits to Chatham-Kent businesses and families.”According to the company, the pipeline was planned, built and operated to meet or exceed all applicable safety codes and regulations.Following the completion of the project, Enbridge Gas’s ongoing pipeline maintenance programme will start ensuring that the pipeline system continues to operate safely and reliably.In November, Enbridge Gas had commissioned its $105.7m Kingsville transmission reinforcement pipeline in Ontario, Canada.The pipeline delivers natural gas to meet a rising residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural demand for natural gas in Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent. The pipeline delivers natural gas to meet a rising agricultural, commercial and industrial demand in Chatham-Kent