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ASC now automatically reciprocates other Canadian sanction orders

first_img Alberta is stepping up securities enforcement by automatically adopting sanctions imposed in other provinces and applying them to securities scofflaws in that province. A new provision in its securities law that took effect July 1 means most new disciplinary decisions and settlement agreements issued in other provinces automatically take effect in Alberta, too, the Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) announced in a notice on Thursday. Related news Keywords EnforcementCompanies Alberta Securities Commission Share this article and your comments with peers on social media PwC alleges deleted emails, unusual transactions in Bridging Finance case For example, a one-year trading ban imposed in Ontario would also apply in Alberta. Any sanctions, conditions, restrictions or requirements that are imposed this way on a person, or a company, will take effect without notice to them and without a hearing, the notice indicates. The other regulators’ orders will apply as if they were made by the ASC, according to the notice, and if the original order is varied, amended or revoked for some reason, that change will also automatically take effect in Alberta. Enforcement orders from foreign regulators, such as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), or from a self-regulatory organization, will still require a hearing before they can be reciprocated. “This provision will take a good system of inter-jurisdictional reciprocation of enforcement decisions, and make it even faster and more effective,” said Bill Rice, chairman and CEO of the ASC, in a statement. “When there are findings or admissions of a breach of securities laws, or acts contrary to the public interest in another province or territory, sanctions such as cease-trade orders and director and officer bans will instantly have effect in Alberta as well. That’s a very positive step to protect Alberta investors and market participants,” he added.center_img Mouth mechanic turned market manipulator BFI investors plead for firm’s sale James Langton Facebook LinkedIn Twitterlast_img read more

In the stream age – how do we commoditise our data?

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Is this plagiarism?

first_img Members SportsLogos.Net Posted August 6, 2016 Share on other sites 1 0 Banned This looks like pretty blatant copying to me but I’m hoping to get in contact with the designer who made the Copenhagen Wolves logo to see if he had any idea this was happening.  Members On 7/8/2016 at 10:54 PM, dont care said: Posted August 7, 2016 Share on other sites copenhagen 810 posts Posted August 6, 2016 Forums Home jlevesque Share this post Members Edubdesign Share this post 5,184 posts Today I came across a really odd discovery. I play a lot of PC games like the very popular CS:GO but I’m also a big sports fan. I was looking into the VIJHL in Vancouver because I was curious. Then I came across a familiar word mark that I’ve seen in the CS:GO community. The Westshore Wolves (hockey team) share an almost identical word mark with the Copenhagen Wolves eSports organization. The Copenhagen logo has been in use since early 2012 and the Westshore logo has been in use since late 2012.  On 6/8/2016 at 2:42 AM, jlevesque said: 1 Members Posted August 6, 2016 Is this plagiarism? 65 79 posts Share on other sites 5,026 28 28 Sign in to follow this   Posted August 10, 2016 Share this post dont care 0 Share on other sites 17,998 65 Share on other sites Yes, GFB did the Copenhagen one. I think it dates back to 2009 (according to his deviantart page). Share this post This looks like pretty blatant copying to me but I’m hoping to get in contact with the designer who made the Copenhagen Wolves logo to see if he had any idea this was happening.  28 jlevesque Share this post Share on other sites Posted August 6, 2016 25 minutes ago, MJWalker45 said: Grand Pooba of Walksylvania Posted August 6, 2016 Share on other sites Link to post Posted August 6, 2016 Share on other sites BBTV 541 Today I came across a really odd discovery. I play a lot of PC games like the very popular CS:GO but I’m also a big sports fan. I was looking into the VIJHL in Vancouver because I was curious. Then I came across a familiar word mark that I’ve seen in the CS:GO community. The Westshore Wolves (hockey team) share an almost identical word mark with the Copenhagen Wolves eSports organization. The Copenhagen logo has been in use since early 2012 and the Westshore logo has been in use since late 2012.  Location:A Coruña, Galicia 46,550 posts Go To Topic Listing Members Share on other sites 5,392 wences Share on other sites Share this post Link to post Posted August 8, 2016 Yeah you’re right. I was just curious as to what other people’s thoughts were.  Posted August 6, 2016 Thomas 1 minute ago, BringBackTheVet said: Members Link to post 79 posts 17,998 Members By jlevesque, August 6, 2016 in Sports Logo News 0 17,998 Link to post Link to post 65 Location:Wisconsin / South Korea Give me different. 23 minutes ago, wences said: pretty common theme in e-sports Sports Logos The wordmark is near identical (rounded the letters a bit, that’s about it). The problem is unless they trademark just the wordmark and the junior hockey team uses just the wordmark, it’s hard to say that part of one logo will confuse part of another because they’re ‘similar style’. Members 28 Sports Logo News Link to post Initialisms Suck Link to post Share on other sites Location:Indiana > Miami Link to post 651 posts westshore Is this plagiarism? Share this post 1,170 posts 2 jaha32 3,760 0 0 Posted August 8, 2016 Link to post Share this post From their facebook page, the Copenhagen Wolves ceased operations back in June, so they’re likely not policing their IP.  Even if they were, considering it’s Canada vs Denmark, it would be difficult to take any action.  Canada isn’t going to extradite some junior team marketing intern to Denmark to be prosecuted for copyright infringement – assuming that their laws regarding such offense are even the same. BrandMooreArt 3,760 Graphic Designer Share this post SportsLogos.Net Edubdesign Followers 2 Recommended Posts dont care 397 posts 0 Link to post wences 28 22,252 posts 3,760 541 28 Share this post This topic is now closed to further replies. The word mark is definitely damn close if not 100% the same.  I think people don’t treat thisas copyright infringement when it clearly is. Thomas Didn’t @GFB design that logo? BrandMooreArt Sports Logo News 10 hours ago, Eric Westhaver said: 497 Forums Home Sykotyk All Activity 953 Members Sports Logos 28 210 All Activity 497 Didn’t @GFB design that logo? Followers 2 0 0 953 5,026 Location:A Coruña, Galicia The wolf no, the landmark yesss Posted August 6, 2016 Members Link to post 2,958 posts plagiarism Share this post Share this post Sykotyk Landmark?  210 953 wences If they were going to make their own wolf logo, why plagiarize the wordmark under it? 5,026 jlevesque 28 jaha32 Link to post 5,392 Members 65 jlevesque 0 jlevesque The wolf no, the landmark yesss Landmark?  397 posts Share this post From their facebook page, the Copenhagen Wolves ceased operations back in June, so they’re likely not policing their IP.  Even if they were, considering it’s Canada vs Denmark, it would be difficult to take any action.  Canada isn’t going to extradite some junior team marketing intern to Denmark to be prosecuted for copyright infringement – assuming that their laws regarding such offense are even the same. Is this plagiarism? Link to post 65 9,114 posts 65 Location:San Antonio, Texas jlevesque Yeah even the shading is the same on the text. Maybe it went overlooked because it’s a junior hockey team.  wences 0 79 posts 497 210 The word mark is definitely damn close if not 100% the same.  I think people don’t treat thisas copyright infringement when it clearly is. Posted August 6, 2016 The letters I mean. Sorry for my English Members 541 Sign in to follow this   MJWalker45 5,392 BBTV Share on other sites 28 Share on other sites Actually a pretty good logo ! Deserves better then being used for  e-sport  MJWalker45last_img read more

Kyle Jewett steps down after seven seasons as Reeths-Puffer’s football coach

first_img Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Displayed poorly Share Shares × Other × Ads by Amazon $20.54$27.99 Displayed poorly Report a problem This item is… × Inappropriate / Offensive DEAL OF THE DAY Share Not relevant (15) Other Bestseller Report a problem This item is… DEAL OF THE DAY ENDS IN Inappropriate / Offensive × Other Ads by Amazon (1395) Not relevant Other 0 GoSports Football Dry Erase Coaches Bo… Bestseller Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Not relevant (2) $12.99 Inappropriate / Offensive Lessons from Legends: 12 Hall of Fame Coac… Displayed poorly Not relevant Shop Related Products ENDS IN DEAL OF THE DAY Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Bestseller $6.89 (1) By Steve GunnLocalSportsJournal.comMUSKEGON TOWNSHIP – The Reeths-Puffer varsity football team will have a new head coach next season.Kyle Jewett, who has led the Rockets for the past seven seasons, met with his players on Sunday to tell them he has decided to resign, effective immediately.Kyle Jewett“It boils down to family – I’ve got a one-year old I barely see, and God willing my wife and I will have another one,” Jewett told LocalSportsJournal.com. “I’m just at that stage of my life where I have devoted 11 years to coaching, and I need to be able to pivot now and focus on my family.”On Friday Jewett completed his seventh season as head coach of the Rockets with a 62-12 loss to undefeated Muskegon.The Rockets finished the season with a 5-4 record, and came close to qualifying for the state playoffs. The 2018 Rockets displayed a potent offense, outscoring opponents by a combined 323-265.Jewett’s overall record at Reeths-Puffer was 30-34. The Rockets made the playoffs once under his leadership, in 2013, when they finished the regular season with a 7-2 record, then lost to Muskegon in the first round of the postseason.Jewett said meeting with his players on Sunday and breaking the news was very difficult.“This was the hardest decision of my life,” said Jewett, who added that he will keep his teaching job at the high school. “It’s tough when (players and coaches) devote so much to one another. Unless you’re in that situation, you can’t fully understand how strong the bond is. It was very emotional.”After having so-so luck at one of the area’s biggest high schools, Jewett naturally came under fire from some fans and parents for not making the playoffs more consistently.But he said that never bothered him very much.“I’m the son of a coach,” said Jewett, who added that he was not asked to resign. “All of my role models growing up were football coaches, so I know that comes with the territory. It’s not something that played a major role in my decision.”LocalSportsJournal.com was not able to reach Reeths-Puffer Athletic Director Tony Schmitt for comment. Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Report a problem This item is… DEAL OF THE DAY ENDS IN Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. ENDS IN Displayed poorly $9.95 Bestseller Mail Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Report a problem This item is… Coach: A Football Coach’s Notebook Game On Sport Memories Journal: (6x… Inappropriate / Offensive Add Comments (Max 320 characters)last_img read more