Heartbreak in Webequi after Jordan Wabasses body found

first_imgAPTN National NewsA body pulled from a river in Thunder Bay, Ont., was that of a 15 year-old Aboriginal youth who had been missing since February.Thunder Bay news website Netnewsledger.com reported that local police identified the body as Jordan Wabasse.Netnewsledger reported that preliminary autopsy results indicated the cause of death was drowning and that foul play is not suspected.The northern Ontario city has seen seven young Aboriginal people die or disappear since 2000.Boaters on the Kaministiquia River found the body near an area where the hat of the missing teen was found late last month.Wabasse was last seen on Feb. 7 and was reported missing the next day.He was from Webequie First Nation.last_img

City is considering buying a club in India

first_imgThe owners of the English Premier League want to increase its portfolio to eight football teams around the world.The City Football Group, owners of English Premier League leaders Manchester City, are considering buying a club in India.Chief executive Ferran Soriano spoke to the BBC about the idea of buying the group’s eighth club.“With all these developments we have to be patient,” said Soriano.“We have some interest in some markets and countries where there are genuine football passion and opportunities, like China, but also India. So there might be other opportunities in Asia.”“We’ve been looking at India for nearly two years now. I’d say this year we’ll end up doing an investment in India,” he added.“As we see it now, there is a natural pace of growth that we will follow that takes us to more than seven teams, but not 100 teams.”Premier LeaguePremier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…City Football Group already owns the Citizens and owns or has shares in New York City, Melbourne City, Yokohama Marinos, Atletico Torque, Girona and they recently acquired Chinese third vision side Sichuan Jiuniu.“I cannot see 10 years ahead but the group might have two or three teams more. Is this going to change in five years and we’re going to have more? Maybe, I don’t know that,” the executive added.“But to complete the vision that we had six years ago, I think we will have maybe two or three clubs more.”🗣️ | Ferran Soriano on the future of City Football Group:”I cannot see 10 years ahead but the group might have two or three teams more. Is this going to change in five years and we’re going to have more? Maybe, I don’t know that…” pic.twitter.com/4jtmUzxtl2— Superbia Proelia (@SuperbiaProeIia) March 4, 2019last_img read more

As part of the National Alzheimers Disease Awaren

first_imgAs part of the National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, a conference was held in Tuscaloosa to educate the public on the disease and its effects.The West Alabama Regional Commission’s Area Agency on Aging teamed up with other health care providers and nonprofit organizations in Tuscaloosa County to host the awareness event. The event took place on Nov. 8 and was free to attend.During the event, they focused on experiencing memory loss. Nikki Poe, coordinator for the West Alabama Regional Commission’s Area Agency on Aging, said that they hope to better educate the public about the Alzheimer’s disease.“We do these advances in hopes of helping those that are caring for someone with the disease,” said Poe. “As well as recognizing those with Alzheimer’s disease, can be better educated and better care for their loved ones.”Every 60 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s. President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month in 1983.last_img read more