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Contest winners announced

first_img Feds launch deposit insurance review consultations Related news Facebook LinkedIn Twitter CDIC consults on changes to joint and trust account disclosure requirements IIAC requests more time to implement CDIC’s proposed changes R. Johnston, Waterloo, Ont.; D. Dean, Loretto, Ont.; M.A. Raza, Toronto; and M. Grewal, Vancouver. Each received a Samsung Galaxy tablet. Click here to review CDIC’s 20 deposit insurance tips.center_img IE Staff Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Keywords Deposit insuranceCompanies Canada Deposit Insurance Corp. Canada Deposit Insurance Corp. (CDIC) and Investment Executive have announced the winners of a contest aimed at educating advisors about the role of CDIC and the deposit insurance it provides. Congratulations to the four winners: last_img read more

Santa Monica requests more than 30,000 Vote By Mail ballots

first_imgHomeNewsPoliticsSanta Monica requests more than 30,000 Vote By Mail ballots Oct. 15, 2016 at 8:00 amPoliticsSanta Monica requests more than 30,000 Vote By Mail ballotsMatthew Hall5 years agoelectionpoliticsPresidential General ElectionSanta MonicaVBMvote by mailvotingAn Ocean County voter in Toms River, New Jersey, carries her completed ballot in an envelope on November 5, 2012, in a special early mail voting arrangement to allow citizens of the areas affected by Hurricane Sandy to vote in person on short notice in the US national and local election. EDS NOTE: the voter’s name and address have been digitally obscured for confidentiality. AFP PHOTO/Paul J. Richards (Photo credit should read PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images) BY MATTHEW HALLFor many, the 2016 election can’t come soon enough and almost have of the Santa Monica electorate appear unwilling to wait for Nov. 8 to cast their vote.Of the City’s 68,897 registered voters, 30,917 requested Vote By Mail (VBM) ballots and voters have until Nov. 1 to request a mail ballot.Santa Monica contracts with the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s office for election services and City Hall will be the local ballot drop off location for mail ballots.According to the City, residents can request a VBM ballot from the county clerk online at lavote.net, or by phone at (562) 466-1323. Completed VBM ballots can be dropped-off at either the Santa Monica City Clerk’s Office (City Hall, 1685 Main Street, Room 102), any LA County Clerk District office or most City Clerk’s Offices. Drop-Off Locations will begin accepting ballots on Tuesday, Oct. 11 through Monday, Nov. 7 during regular business hours.There are more than 18 million registered voters in California representing about 73 percent of the total eligible voters. Of those registered, about 45 percent are Democrats, 27 percent are Republicans and 23 percent have no party affiliation. Voter registration has increased by about six percent from the last Presidential election in 2012 when voter turnout of about 72 percent resulted in 13.2 million votes cast.This year there are five candidates for president, 53 contested Congressional races, 100 Legislative races, 17 statewide ballot measures and 421 local tax/bond measures.In Santa Monica 10 candidates are running for four seats on City Council, four candidates are running for two seats on the Rent Control Board and four candidates are running for three seats on the Santa Monica College Board. The election for the Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District was canceled because the number of candidates running equaled the available seats.According to election officials, mail ballots are designed to encourage voter turnout but the ballots sent out this week are not the first to be cast this year.Active duty military and American’s living abroad received ballots in August.About half of the votes Californians cast last year were through mail ballots and the trend points towards less and less day-of voting.This year, an additional 18 counties have been authorized to set up vote centers for receiving drop off ballots in the days leading up to election day.Residents can register to vote through Oct. 24.For more information on the November 8 Presidential General Election, visit voterguide.sos.ca.gov, lavote.net, and [email protected] :electionpoliticsPresidential General ElectionSanta MonicaVBMvote by mailvotingshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentBusinesses Pledge to Support Local CharitiesMixed use building sells for $3.2 MillionYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsCity opens application process to fill McKeown’s vacant council seatClara Harter6 days agoFeaturedNewsDraft Housing Element released to publicBrennon Dixson2 weeks agoFeaturedNewsRent Board announces general adjustment effective SeptemberBrennon Dixson3 weeks agoFeaturedNewsCommissioners talk diversity, or a lack thereofBrennon Dixson3 weeks agoFeaturedNewsSMMUSD breaks down budget revisionsBrennon Dixson3 weeks agoFeaturedNewsCity Manager selection process beginsBrennon Dixson4 weeks agolast_img read more

University of Vaasa Scholarships for International Students in Sweden

first_imgUniversity of Vaasa Scholarships for International Students in Sweden ← GoCamp (The biggest educational project in Ukraine) November 23, 2017 Published by Ivona BA Scholarships at SIM Global Education Share 0 +1 Reddit Deadline: 15 January 2018Open to: students from outside EU/EEA are eligible to applyScholarships: tuition fees are EUR 10 000 or EUR 12 000DescriptionThe University of Vaasa Scholarships are open to students coming outside the EU/EEA area. Scholarships are designed to reward students of any nationality who demonstrate the highest academic excellence and potential.The University of Vaasa is a multidisciplinary, business-oriented university in Vaasa, Finland. The campus of the university is situated by the Gulf of Bothnia adjacent to downtown Vaasa.EligibilityStudents from outside EU/EEA are eligible to apply;Applicants must have a previous degree.ScholarshipThe tuition fees at the University of Vaasa are EUR 10 000 or EUR 12 000;The students subjected to the tuition fees are eligible for scholarships, which can be full or partial tuition fee waivers;The first year’s scholarships are based on the previous academic merits reviewed during the application process;The second year’s scholarships are based on the academic merits during the first year of studies at the University of Vaasa.How to Apply?In order to apply, please fill the application.For more information please visit the official website.center_img LinkedIn 0 Tweet Pocket Similar Stories Forecast Exchange Program 2011, USA Europe on Track: Become an Ambasador! →last_img read more

UPDATE: Arturo Galvan Coastal Park groundbreaking location change

first_img Share RelatedBreaking ground again: Second phase of Arturo Galvan Coastal Park underwayBy Gaige Davila [email protected] The Arturo Galvan Coastal Park is moving into its second phase of construction, after a groundbreaking on Monday, October 14, by Port Isabel officials and the Galvan family. The park will close this week, once construction equipment moves onsite, according to Jared Hockema, city manager of…October 18, 2019In “News”City receives $662k grantSpecial to the PRESS The City of Port Isabel has been awarded a combined $662,515 in grant funding from the Texas General Land Office for the Arturo Galvan Coastal Park. The funding will allow the start of construction of a Living Shoreline, part of the Arturo Galvan Coastal Park (formerly…January 30, 2014In “News”Arturo Galvan Park commences groundbreakingBy ESTEVAN MEDRANO Port Isabel-South Padre Press [email protected] The first phase of the “Living Shoreline” project named after the late mayor Arturo Galvan commenced this past Saturday afternoon. The Arturo Galvan Coastal Park will be located at 1801 2nd Street, but due to damp weather, the site of the groundbreaking event…April 24, 2015In “News” Special to the PRESSNOTICE: Due to predicted inclement weather, Saturday’s Arturo Galvan Coastal Park “Living Shoreline” Groundbreaking will be relocated to the Inez C. Martinez Multipurpose Instructional Building on the Derry Elementary School campus. The ceremony will start at 3 p.m.Mayor Joe E. Vega and the Port Isabel City Commission cordially invite the public to attend the groundbreaking ceremony for Phase I of the Arturo Galvan Coastal Park “Living Shoreline” project. The event will be held Saturday, April 18, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. at the site of the Arturo Galvan Park located at 1801 2nd Street.The City of Port Isabel was successful in obtaining two grants from the Texas General Land Office totaling close to a $1 million dollars, for the construction of the Living Shoreline with additional funding of $10,000 received from the Improve Order of Redman Black Crow Tribe, and $50,000 from the Port Isabel Economic Development Administration. The Port Isabel City Commission contracted with HDR Engineering, Inc. for design, engineering and permiting of the project. This will be the first public Living Shoreline on the Laguna Madre Bay, and an example for other communities to follow.The Living Shoreline is being built in order to stop erosion from storms and wave energy.  The Living Shoreline will provide for increased fish and wildlife habitat, allow for pedestrian access into the Laguna Madre Bay, and protect the remaining land and neighboring homes.City Manager Edward Meza stated, “This long awaited project will increase the quality of life for everyone living in or visiting our beautiful city”.Port Isabel Mayor Joe E. Vega had these comments, “I’m excited that Phase I of the Arturo Galvan Coastal Park “Living Shoreline” is fixing to get started. The Living Shoreline will be and aesthetically pleasant project that will allow for the protection of the shoreline while creating habitat. I would like to thank the Texas General Land Office for their commitment and partnership on this project. The development of this park is part of the progress that citizens of Port Isabel are experiencing today. I look forward with the continuing development of one of the most beautiful coastal parks on the Texas Gulf Coast.”Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here.last_img read more