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Syrian Authorities must immediately and unconditionally release Mazen Darwish and other detained activists

first_img Related documents Joint statement for the release of SCM activistsPDF – 67.47 KB News SyriaMiddle East – North Africa Follow the news on Syria News to go further Read in Arabic News Organisation SyriaMiddle East – North Africa News Read in ArabicThe undersigned Organisations call on the Syrian authorities to immediately and unconditionally release Mazen Darwish, a prominent Syrian human rights defender and Director of the Syrian Centre for Media and Freedom of Expression (SCM) – an organization that enjoys UN ECOSOC consultative status -, as well as seven of his colleagues and a visitor, who were arrested on 16 February 2012 during a raid on their Damascus offices. In total 16 people were arrested during the raid at SCM offices in Damascus, which was carried out by officers from Air Force Intelligence (AFI) who were assisted by a group of plain-clothed armed men, according to a statement from the SCM. Seven people have been conditionally released and have to report to the detention centre every day for further interrogations.SCM has played a key role in getting out information about daily developments in Syria as international journalists have only limited access to the country. Mazen Darwish has previously been repeatedly subjected to interrogation by Syrian security services regarding his human rights related activities, including his work with SCM. The arrest of Mazen Darwish and his co-workers is apparently related to their peaceful activities as human right defenders, bloggers and journalists. “The raid on SCM offices and the detention of Mazen Darwish and his colleagues is a further attack by Syrian security services on Syrian human rights defenders and their rights to freedom of association and expression. This represents the latest attempt to silence those who have been witnessing, documenting and reporting on the ongoing gross human rights violations committed by the Syrian security forces in Syria,” said the Organisations. “The Syrian authorities should immediately and unconditionally release these individuals”, the Organisations added. Individuals following the case inside Syria reported that they believed the detainees are being held incommunicado at an AFI detention facility in El Mezze, Damascus. The use of torture and other ill treatment has been widespread and systematic in Syrian detention facilities, including in the facilities of the AFI. “It is the responsibility of the Syrian authorities to protect Mazen Darwish and his colleagues from any form of ill-treatment or torture and to ensure that, as long as they remain in detention, their rights of access to lawyers, family members and independent medical personnel are fully guaranteed”, said the Organisations.Abdorrahman Boroumand Foundation Alkarama Foundation Amnesty InternationalArab Network for human rights information Arab Working Group for Media MonitoringARTICLE 19: Global Campaign for Free ExpressionAssociation For Women’s Rights in Development Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies Committee to Protect JournalistsCommunity Media networkDamascus Center for Human Rights Studies Doha Centre for Media Freedom Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights NetworkFree Press UnlimitedFRONT LINE DEFENDERSGulf Centre for Human RightsHuman Rights WatchHumanist Institute for Development Cooperation – HivosIKV Pax ChristiIndex on CensorshipInternational Campaign for Human Rights in Iran International Commission of JuristsInternational Media Support International Press Institute Iran Human Rights Documentation CenterIraqi Journalists’ Rights’ Defense association Justice for Iran Maharat Foundation Observatory for the protection of Human Rights Defenders, joint programme of the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT) Reporters Without BordersSamir Kassir FoundationSyrian Organization for Human Rights – Swasiahcenter_img March 8, 2021 Find out more February 23, 2012 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Syrian Authorities must immediately and unconditionally release Mazen Darwish and other detained activists March 12, 2021 Find out more Wave of Kurdish arrests of Syrian journalists Receive email alerts Help by sharing this information Toll of ten years of civil war on journalists in Syria RSF_en Damascus TV presenter arrested under cyber-crime law February 3, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

Championing women’s leadership: Why credit unions can’t afford to wait

first_img“People helping people.” It’s a credit union philosophy that defines our industry and promotes our responsibility of community engagement. It’s also a philosophy that should be applied internally to champion the individuals we work with every day.Currently, there is a great deal of discussion within the credit union industry about one particular sector of workers: women. This is good – but it’s almost always being done by women.To some, it would seem odd for a man to attend a women’s leadership event. But we should challenge ourselves to consider the far greater implications of men’s absence from women’s empowerment discussions. After all, good leadership is the embodiment of culture. And it’s important to recognize that having more women in leadership roles is about relatability and community reach, not just parity. This is why credit unions cannot afford to wait when it comes to empowering more women to lead. If we consider how the communities we serve are comprised, we should ask ourselves, “Why don’t our credit unions look more like the people we serve?”Since the April 2019 launch of the African American Credit Union Coalition’s (AACUC) Women’s Power Series, sponsored by PSCU, attendance for each session has grown steadily and interest continues to increase among AACUC members, as well as the credit union community at large. This webinar series is a testament to the power of partnerships. Collaboration and teamwork are fundamental to advancing the credit union movement and empowering employees, members and other players to be part of the change and betterment of the industry. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Mistakes you’ll make when creating a budget

first_imgMaking a budget is a breeze. Sticking to it, now that’s a different story. If you’ve never felt the need to budget until now, you’re definitely going to discover some weak spots as you get started. Here are a few ways you might screw up when you’re trying to stick to a budget…You’re not ready for anything: You may think that an emergency fund is independent from your budget. If you’ve built up a solid one, you may be kinda right. But if you’re not prepared for the unexpected bill, you’ll have to dip to into other accounts and that’ll probably have a a huge effect on your budget. Be ready when the time comes.Stop guessing: The easiest bills to budget for are the ones that stay pretty much the same every month. My water bill isn’t exactly the same each month, but it’s usually within a couple of bucks. A power bill on the other hand? If there’s a science to keeping those consistent, I haven’t learned it. If you’re going to estimate prices when you start laying out a budget, make sure you err on the high side.It’s not complete: It’s simple to remember the big bills, but it’s the small ones that can hurt you. Something like a Saturday breakfast with your friends can be easy to forget and can really add up when you’re doing it on a regular basis. Spend some time really thinking about all the money you spend and if you’re still worried that you’re forgetting something, add in a cushion so you won’t put yourself in a hole.Annual fees: One bill I always forget about is Amazon Prime. I get charged in January every year and it’s always an “oh yeah” moment. If you think about it for a few minutes, I bet you’ll think of something similar. 43SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Detailslast_img read more

Zuma restructures SA cabinet

first_imgCrowds throng the Union Buildings inPretoria during President Jacob Zuma’sinauguration on Saturday 9 May 2009.(Image: The Presidency. Click here to seemore inauguration photos.)Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s new president, has announced a new structure to his governing cabinet, with a some departments split in two, others renamed or newly created, and a number of new or redeployed ministers and deputy ministers.The most significant of the cabinet changes, announced a day after Zuma’s inauguration on 9 May, is the creation of the new National Planning Commission (NPC), to be headed by former finance minister Trevor Manuel.With 15 years in parliament, Manuel is one of South Africa’s longest-serving MPs. He is widely respected across the world, having headed up the International Monetary Fund’s committee to investigate the body’s decision-making policy and helped reform the country’s shambolic apartheid-era finances and economic policies.As one of two new ministers in the presidency, Manuel’s new position as head of the NPC will see him guiding strategic planning for South Africa to create a single national plan to which all spheres of government would adhere. The idea of the commission came from research on international models on how other governments plan and monitor performance.“This would enable us to take a more comprehensive view of socioeconomic development in the country,“ Zuma said in his announcement.Manuel’s fellow minister in the presidency is Collins Chabane, who will be responsible for monitoring and evaluating the performance of all three spheres of government – national, provincial and local.“There will therefore be two ministers in the presidency, one responsible for the NPC and the other for monitoring and evaluation as well as administration in the presidency,” Zuma said.The new minister replacing Manuel in the finance department is Pravin Gordhan, the former head of the South African Revenue Service (Sars), while Nhlanhla Nene stays on as deputy minister of finance.During Gordhan’s 10 years at the head of Sars he was responsible for increasing the organisation’s efficiency to the extent that revenue collection picked up dramatically. He has also been elected chair of the Council of World Customs Organisation four times. While he is not an MP, the law allows for the president to appoint two ministers, and two deputy ministers, from outside parliament.Zuma’s deputy president is to be Kgalema Motlanthe, who served as caretaker president for the eight months between the recall of Thabo Mbeki in September 2008 and Zuma’s inauguration.Motlanthe, who is also deputy president of the ruling African National Congress (ANC), takes over from Baleka Mbete, who has left government and will instead work at the ANC headquarters in Johannesburg.With an involvement in the antiapartheid struggle going back to the 1970s, Motlanthe has a background in unionism, was imprisoned on Robben Island for 10 years – like Zuma – and was elected secretary-general of the ANC in 1992.Toyo Sexwale, former Gauteng premier, businessman and host of the South African version of The Apprentice television series, is to head the new Department of Human Settlements, which replaces the former housing department and is expected to take a more “holistic” view.Sexwale’s involvement in the struggle against apartheid also goes back to the 1970s. He was sentenced to life imprisonment on Robben Island and only freed with the end of apartheid in the early 1990s.Appointed premier of Gauteng in 1994, he left politics for business in 1998, forming the Mvelapanda Group, a black economic empowerment consortium listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. He also serves on the board of the 2010 Fifa World Cup Organising Committee.Another significant appointment is that of Blade Nzimande, secretary-general of the South African Communist Party, as minister of the new higher education department. Also, pro-labour unionist Ebrahim Patel is to head the new Department of Economic Development.Zuma has also included opposition politician Peter Mulder in his cabinet. The head of minority party Freedom Front Plus, which represents a largely white and Afrikaner constituency, Mulder is to be the deputy minister of the new Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.The representation of women in the cabinet is 42%, with 14 female ministers and 12 deputy ministers.New departmentsDepartments that have been split in two include:The former Department of Minerals and Energy, which becomes separate departments of mining and of energyThe Department of Education becomes the Department of Basic Education and the Department of Higher Education and TrainingThe Department of Agriculture becomes the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries and the Department of Rural Development and Land AffairsThe Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism falls away, with tourism becoming a single department and the environment falling under the new Department of Water and Environmental Affairs. The former Department of Water Affairs and Forestry also disappears, with forestry now part of the broader agriculture department.New and renamed departments include:The Department of Human Settlements, which in replacing the Department of Housing is expected to take on a more “holistic” focusThe Department of Economic Development, established to focus on economic policymaking, while implementation functions remain with the Department of Trade and IndustryThe Department of Provincial and Local Government becomes the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional AffairsThe Department of Foreign Affairs becomes the Department of International Relations and CooperationThe Department of Intelligence becomes the Department of State SecurityThe new Department of Women, Youth, Children and People with DisabilityThe full cabinetDeputy president: Kgalema MotlantheThe rest of the cabinet, in alphabetical order:1. Agriculture, Forestry and FisheriesMinister: Tina Joemat-PetersonDeputy minister: Pieter Mulder2. Arts and CultureMinister: Lulu XingwanaDeputy minister: Paul Mashatile3. Basic EducationMinister: Angie MotshekgaDeputy minister: Enver Surty4. CommunicationsMinister: Siphiwe NyandaDeputy minister: Dina Pule5. Cooperative Governance and Traditional AffairsMinister: Sicelo ShicekaDeputy minister: Yunus Carrim6. Correctional ServicesMinister: Nosiviwe Mapisa-NqakulaDeputy minister: Hlengiwe Mkhize7. Defence and Military VeteransMinister: Lindiwe SisuluDeputy minister: Thabang Makwetla8. Economic DevelopmentMinister: Ebrahim PatelDeputy minister: Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde9. EnergyMinister: Dipuo Peters10. FinanceMinister: Pravin GordhanDeputy minister: Nhlanhla Nene11. HealthMinister: Aaron MotsoalediDeputy minister: Molefi Sefularo12. Higher Education and TrainingMinister: Blade Nzimande13. Home AffairsMinister: Nkosazana Dlamini-ZumaDeputy minister: Malusi Gigaba14. Human SettlementsMinister: Tokyo SexwaleDeputy minister: Zou Kota15. International Relations and CooperationMinister: Maite Nkoana-MashabaneDeputy ministers: Ebrahim Ismail Ebrahim and Sue van der Merwe16. Justice and Constitutional DevelopmentMinister: Jeff RadebeDeputy minister: Andries Nel17. LabourMinister: Membathisi Mdladlana18. MiningMinister: Susan Shabangu19. PoliceMinister: Nathi MthethwaDeputy minister: Fikile Mbalula20. Public EnterprisesMinister: Barbara HoganDeputy minister: Enoch Godongwana21. Public Service and AdministrationMinister: Richard BaloyiDeputy minister: Roy Padayachie22. Public WorksMinister: Geoff DoidgeDeputy minister: Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu23. Rural Development and Land ReformMinister: Gugile NkwintiDeputy minister: Joe Phaahla24. Science and TechnologyMinister: Naledi PandorDeputy minister: Derek Hanekom25. Social DevelopmentMinister: Edna MolewaDeputy minister: Bathabile Dlamini26. Sport and RecreationMinister: Makhenkesi StofileDeputy minister: Gert Oosthuizen27. State SecurityMinister: Siyabonga Cwele28. The Presidency – National Planning CommissionMinister: Trevor Manuel29. The Presidency – Performance Monitoring and Evaluation, and AdministrationMinister: Collins Chabane30. TourismMinister: Marthinus van SchalkwykDeputy minister: Thozile Xasa31. Trade and IndustryMinister: Rob DaviesDeputy ministers: Thandi Tobias and Maria Ntuli32. TransportMinister: Sbusiso Joel NdebeleDeputy minister: Jeremy Cronin33. Water and Environmental AffairsMinister: Buyelwa SonjicaDeputy minister: Rejoice Mabhudafhasi34. Women, Youth, Children and People with DisabilitiesMinister: Noluthando Mayende SibiyaRelated articlesMillions vote in record SA election Jacob Zuma set for presidency Full text of cabinet appointment SA celebrates new president Useful linksThe PresidencySouth African Government InformationGovernment Communication and Information Systemlast_img read more

SA airports 90% ready for World Cup

first_imgSouth Africa is gearing up to handle large volumes of air traffic during the 2010 Fifa World Cup. (Image: City of Johannesburg)South Africa’s airports will be fully upgraded and ready to handle large volumes of traffic during the 2010 Fifa World Cup, the Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) said at a press briefing in Johannesburg on 2 March.Acsa announced that their preparations, most of which involve upgrading current facilities, are now 90% complete.“We are confident that, together with our airport partners and staff, we will be ready to meet the requirements of this major event,” said OR Tambo International Airport general manager Chris Hlekane, speaking on behalf of Acsa.The 10% of work remaining, largely tying-up loose ends, will be concluded in time for the World Cup, Hlekani said. “By the end of March a lot more will be accomplished, [we’ll be] closer to 100%.”Acsa began upgrading the country’s airports in 2006, investing about R17-billion (US$2.3-billion) in operations even before Fifa announced in May that year that South Africa had won the bid. But since then construction has been speeded up to meet the June deadline.All projects at Johannesburg’s OR Tambo, a key entry point for most World Cup visitors, were completed in December 2009.The airport, named after apartheid struggle icon Oliver Tambo, now boasts a multi-storey parkade with 165 000 bays, and a revamped central terminal building and check-in facility worth R2.2-billion ($293-million) – this will be able to accommodate about 28-million passengers a year.Two new fuel tanks – with a capacity of 60-million litres each – have been installed there, along with seven new aircraft stands, which takes the total number to 105.“The bulk of the movement [during the World Cup] will be from OR Tambo,” Hlekane said.Makeover for regional airportsCape Town International Airport has also undergone massive improvements, which are nearing completion. Most of the major projects – including the central terminal building, the 8 000 parking bays and vehicle roads upgrade – will be complete by the end of March.The airport’s central terminal has been expanded to accommodate 14 million passengers a year, while the number of airport stands has been increased by five, bringing the total to 32.The newly built King Shaka International Airport in Durban will be completed in April and be operational by May, a month before kick-off. Some R6.7-billion ($893-million) has been spent on the facility, which will accommodate 7.5-million passengers a year.A number of the country’s regional domestic airports have also been revamped and will be ready for the tournament. An upgrade of the Bloemfontein Airport terminal was completed in December 2009, and a temporary terminal set up to “meet the demand” will be finished by May.Port Elizabeth Airport will also have a temporary terminal ready by May. Similar set-ups at the East London and Kimberley airports will be completed by the end of March to accommodate additional traffic.Acsa said it aimed to make the temporary structures in Port Elizabeth and Bloemfontein “cost-neutral” by using revenue generated from advertising and retail sales to fund the building process.More jet-settingAcsa has experienced a spike in slot applications by airlines in the run up to the World Cup. “We’ve seen an increase in terms of slots that have been applied for the [June-July] period,” said Andre Vermeulen, Acsa’s group manager of operations.The company has allocated 120 000 extra slots to airlines and more are still available. Although not all slots may be used, Vermeulen said airlines have shown to be responsible in their bookings and it looked promising that most will be used.The number of flights is expected to double over the World Cup period compared to other times of the year, Vermeulen added.Acsa has forecast that about 450 000 visitors will flock to South Africa during the first two weeks of the tournament. The frequency of domestic flights will also increase during the knock-out matches, Hlekane said.Extended work hoursAcsa has approached the Department of Labour to enable it to extend its employees’ work hours in the June-July period. As there will be more flights, airports will have to operate for 24 hours a day during this time.“We want to ensure that the department appreciates the number of hours we will work,” Hlekane said.The airports will require their staff to work overtime and unions representing the employees have agreed to the plan, Acsa said. “We signed a wage agreement plan … we’re comfortable with unions on that basis,” Hlekane added.Airport staff are also being trained to communicate in French, German and Spanish to accommodate foreign-language visitors.Plenty of fuelFears of a jet-fuel shortage in the country during the World Cup are unfounded, Acsa said at the briefing. The company has sufficient jet fuel stocks for the tournament’s period. “There will be no disruption in terms of fuel,” said Hlekane.Acsa said it plans to have four to five day’s cover of jet fuel stocks – the ideal average – during the World Cup period. “They [suppliers] understand our demands. They understand when we’ll need fuel,” said Vermeulen.last_img read more

Jive Releases SDK For Forthcoming Apps Market

first_imgJive announced the availability of its Jive Apps SDK beta today at its Social Business Developer Summit at its Palo Alto headquarters. Developers will be able to build applications for the Jive Apps Market, opening in early 2011, to Jive’s 15 million users at 3,000 organizations. The SDK is free and open source and based on open standards such oAuth and Open Social, enabling developers to develop third party applications for the forthcoming Jive 5 platform using any programming language they want.Jive will handle all the billing for applications sold through its apps store and instead of charging for the SDK, Jive will take 25% of sales of applications sold in its app store. In exchange for that 25%, according to the company’s announcement, Jive will provide the following:Ensures the quality of Jive Apps by reviewing them before accepting them into the Jive Apps Market;Markets Jive Apps through Jive Apps Market;Sells Jive Apps alongside the Jive platform by the Jive enterprise sales team;Manages the billing platform to collect subscription payments; andHosts the infrastructure to bring cloud apps into the enterprise in a secure and scalable way.This is a big move for Jive. CTO and co-founder Matt Tucker says Jive has invested more resources into the application framework and app store than any other Jive initiatives since the company’s founding.Jive hired Mark Weitzel, the president of the OpenSocial foundation, in November as a developer evangalist for Jive Apps. Jive also joined the board of the OpenSocial recently.Disclosure: Jive Software paid for Klint Finley’s plane ticket and accommodations for him to attend its Social Business Developer Summit Why You Love Online Quizzes Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoid 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees?center_img Related Posts Tags:#hack#news klint finleylast_img read more

Rape-accused BSP MP Atul Rai surrenders in court

first_imgNewly elected Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) MP Atul Rai, who has been accused of rape, surrendered in a court here on Saturday. The judicial magistrate (first) remanded Rai in 14-day judicial custody. An FIR was registered against Rai on May 1 on a complaint by a college student who had alleged that he took her home on the pretext of meeting his wife but sexually assaulted her. Mr. Rai, who has denied the rape allegations, had been on the run since the lodging of the FIR. The parliamentarian from the Ghosi constituency in Uttar Pradesh was declared absconder by the local court. The Supreme Court had on May 27 refused to grant Rai protection from arrest in the rape case while noting that 16 other criminal cases were pending against him.last_img read more

Now or never for Cargo Movers, Tornadoes

first_imgView comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte LATEST STORIES Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess MOST READ And despite the shocking win, Foton coach Aaron Velez said they cannot rest easy because he expects the Cargo Movers to come back strong.“It was a good win, it allowed us to stay in contention, but we will need to exert more effort this time,” Velez added.With Jaja Santiago easing up the tight rotation, Foton scored a 27-25, 19-25, 25-22, 16-25, 15-12 win.Courtney Felinski, Milagros Collar and Maika Ortiz also starred in their third straight win after suffering 11 successive defeats.ADVERTISEMENT PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anewcenter_img F2 Logistics looks to celebrate after Saturday’s playdate. —Sherwin VardeleonF2 Logistics is expected to unleash its full might against resurgent Foton in Thursday’s sudden-death for a semifinal berth in the Philippine Superliga Grand Prix at Filoil Flying V Centre.Stung the first time around, the Cargo Movers will have no more match to spare against the Tornadoes, who forced the rubber match after a masterful five-set victory last Saturday.ADVERTISEMENT Rolida, Chan cruise to match play QF in Cebu Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid F2 coach Ramil de Jesus said they have gone back to the drawing board and will make adjustments for the 7 p.m. match.He also did not say if his starting setter, Kim Fajardo, who is recuperating from an illness, will suit up.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logistics“This is do-or-die, everything we did in the eliminations will be useless if we don’t win,” said De Jesus, whose wards finished the preliminaries with a second-best 11-3 record.F2 Logistics will have a formidable roster in imports Maria Jose Perez and Lindsay Stalzer, who have developed chemistry with local stars Aby Maraño, Ara Galang and Majoy Baron. Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games messlast_img read more

S Korea Approves MacGregors Acquisition of TTS Businesses

first_imgMacGregor, part of Cargotec, has received a clearance decision from the South Korean Fair Trade Commission on the company’s acquisition of the marine and offshore businesses of TTS Group ASA.The acquisition was announced in February 2018 when MacGregor decided to buy all TTS’ assets except for TTS Group ASA and its shipyard solution business Syncrolift for EUR 87 million.In November, MacGregor also received approval from the German Federal Cartel Office.The company is still waiting for the approval from the competition authority in China.Once the approval is received, the company expects to complete the acquisition in Q1 2019.last_img read more

Tanker truck catches fire past Chetwynd

first_imgThis crude oil is being transported to a Prince George refinery. RCMP are on site and Drive BC will be updated as the road is open in both directions. The incident has been downgraded from a Code 2 to a Code 1 as it is under control.(PEACE FM) CHETWYND, B.C. – A truck hauling 40 000 liters of crude oil has had a fire about 20 km west from Chetwynd on Highway 97 at about 10 a.m. Sunday. The fire has been isolated to the rear tires of the unit and no product has been lost. The company has dispatched another unit to continue to take the product from the highway. last_img read more