Month: July 2022

Tornado watch issued for west-central Manitoba

A tornado watch is in effect for parts of west-central Manitoba, and Environment Canada is urging people be prepared for the worst.  “This is a dangerous and potentially life-threatening situation,” the weather agency said Saturday. Severe thunderstorms are expected to develop that might produce tornadoes as well as golf ball-sized hail and strong wind gusts. The […]

Openn North America Expands Services with $5M Funding Round in Australia

IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Openn North America, a new offer and acceptance ‘proptech’ solution, announced today its Australian parent company, Openn Negotiation Limited, (ASX:OPN), has received firm commitments from sophisticated and professional investors to raise $3 million with remaining funding to be earned through the issue of fully paid ordinary shares at $0.15. Additionally, $2 million will […]

More Countries and Businesses will Embrace Web3

  Blockchain is the most promising innovative technology that emerged in recent years. It will completely change the way a generation lives, works and interacts. As the next-generation Internet architecture, Web 3.0 is built on decentralized technologies such as blockchain, peer-to-peer networks, and other technologies. It can access information without going through a central server, […]

Summer Learning Programs Struggle — and Devise Solutions — as Staff Shortages Persist

It’s summer season, and the educational isn’t simple. That’s largely as a result of the widespread staffing shortages that plagued the 2021-22 faculty 12 months have stretched into summer time programming, which, in lots of instances, depends on licensed faculty lecturers to enroll to proceed working with college students. However lecturers are exhausted. They could […]

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