Bankroll – Vet Clin Path Journal Thu, 30 Sep 2021 18:25:02 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Bankroll – Vet Clin Path Journal 32 32 Michigan Auto Store Pays $ 2,033 to Clear Outstanding School Lunch Debt Thu, 08 Apr 2021 02:38:20 +0000

SUTTONS BAY, MI – A northern Michigan auto repair shop celebrated its fifth anniversary by paying in advance.

Grant and Kris Hoxie, the owners of Mr. Hoxie’s garage in Suttons Bay, write a check for $ 2,033.99 to cover unpaid meal debts for elementary, middle and high school students in Suttons Bay.

“We know how trying this year has been for many, especially the kids, so we wanted to find a way to help relieve some of the stress of going to school on a daily basis,” Grant said. Hoxie at Traverse City Record-Aigle.

Kris Hoxie said the couple are generally supportive of arts and school sports, but COVID-19 has disrupted those programs, the newspaper reported.

“Grant and Kris have stated that they strongly believe in the importance of giving back to the community that so graciously supports their business,” school staff said. wrote on Facebook.

“They chose to write off the lunch debts so that our students and their families have one less thing to worry about this holiday season. Thank you very much for your generous donation and for helping us continue to spread some joy. “

Suttons Bay is in County Leelanau, just west of Traverse City. The couple say they have spoken with other business owners in the Leelanau County community about the five-year pledge to commit to the school lunch program, according to the newspaper.

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OL Reign finalizes roster ahead of 2021 NWSL Challenge Cup Thu, 08 Apr 2021 02:38:09 +0000

Before the start of the 2021 Challenge Cup on Friday, NWSL the teams finalized their rosters today. OL reign announced a roster of 29 players, two of whom do not count towards the maximum roster size of 28 – forward Miranda Nild is on loan at Kristianstads DFF in Sweden for the remainder of the year, and forward Ally Watt remains on the reserve injured list.

The loan of midfielder Jess Fishlock to Reading from the Women’s Super League has ended, although she will join the Wales national team for the next international window and will report to the reign after the window ends on the 14th. April. Karen Bardsley, Nicole Momiki, Megan Rapinoe and Quinn are also with their respective national teams for this window.

The club currently use an international location, for Costa Rican midfielder Shirley Cruz, and have four additional international locations available this season.

Among the roster updates, midfielder Kelcie Hedge has been removed from the injured reserve list and will be available for selection in the Challenge Cup. The team have also signed midfielder Jenna Holtz as a replacement for the national team. Holtz is originally from Tacoma, graduated from Santa Clara in 2017, and played for the University of Guelph the next two years while in graduate school. She recently played for Valadares Gaia FC in Portugal.

Another update was announced today – in collaboration with other US football leagues, the NWSL will adopt a new concussion replacement rule for 2021, allowing teams to make up to two substitutions related to injuries. concussions per game in addition to five regular substitutes. Teams will also have the option of creating an additional submarine whenever their opponent makes a concussion submarine.

OL Reign’s first match of the NWSL Challenge Cup 2021 will take place on Friday April 16 at 7 p.m., hosting the Houston Scoreboard. Tickets are on sale now.

Current list of OL Reign by post

Goalkeepers (3): Karen Bardsley, Ella Dederick, Cosette Morché

Defenders (8): Lauren Barnes, Amber Brooks, Celia, Steph Cox, Machaela George, Madison Hammond, Sam Hiatt, Kristen McNabb

Midfielder (9): Angelina, Shirley Cruz (INT), Jess Fishlock, Kelcie Hedge, Jenna Holtz (NTRP), Allie Long, Kristen McNabb, Quinn (ALL), Dani Weatherholt, Rosie White

Forwards (9): Bethany Balcer, Sofia Huerta, Tziarra King, Nicole Momiki, Miranda Nild (READY), Leah Pruitt, Megan Rapinoe (ALL), Jasmyne Spencer, Ally Watt (SEI)

KEY: INT – International Slot; UTE – List of end-of-season injuries; ALL – Player assigned to the United States or Canada; READY – Player on loan; NTRP – National Team Substitute Player

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I started investing in Edge Computing a year ago. Here’s what I learned along the way Thu, 08 Apr 2021 02:37:50 +0000

As the world began to lock down a year ago, internet data traffic began to increase. Data circulating on the web has been steadily increasing since the Internet was commercialized, but it was becoming increasingly clear that the existing internet infrastructure was put to the test.

Edge computing businesses (where data and IT is moved from a centralized data center and located closer to the end user in a smaller localized data center) Quickly (NYSE: FSLY) and Cloudlfare (NYSE: NET) were already on my radar after their 2019 IPOso I dumped my shares of the old CenturyLink content delivery network (CDN) (now Light technologies (NYSE: LUMN)) and started investing in advanced computing. A year later, here’s what I learned.

Even if you have a “strong conviction”, invest in a basket of stocks

Edge computing (and concept-based software networking tools like Fastly and Cloudflare) is an emerging technology trend that has emerged from the cloud movement. I was initially the most optimistic about Fastly, and it did indeed outperform for the first few months after my purchase. In fact, it went up over 400% after my purchase, so I did something I don’t usually do and sold for a profit. I was lucky and was able to buy some again, 40% below historic highs, last fall during the company’s TikTok debacle (more on this in a moment).

Image source: Getty Images.

Fastly was my “high conviction” stock, but I know better than to stake everything on one name in an emerging industry. So I also picked Cloudflare (which has since caught up, then some when it comes to share price appreciation, and is the biggest company in terms of revenue), and then added the legacy CDN. Flagship networks (NASDAQ: LLNW). I added Limelight because it had already grown in fall 2019 when Disney+ launched, and took advantage of other streaming services put online. He’s also working on building his own edge network, but since then he’s lagged far behind my basket of three stocks.

FSLY graphic

Data by YCharts.

Experience has taught me that it is difficult for incumbents to transform their operations when new technologies hit the market. There is always value in Limelight, and it could take a turn and resume growth. But Fastly and Cloudflare have established themselves as the leaders in this space. However, not knowing who will win, I will stick to my “multiple stock theme” approach in the future. Investors looking to bet on a new investment trend before there is a well-defined leader should pick a few names and add positions regularly over time.

Perfection is not required, but be prepared to correct the course

Diversifying my tech stocks has certainly diluted my overall performance. I would have done much better to only choose Fastly or Cloudflare. But in hindsight, it’s 20/20. If I had been truly disconnected and focused my attention on the Limelight networks alone, I would be an unhappy camper right now. Instead, a mix of all three stocks always gave me a good triple-digit percentage return in the first year. I won’t complain about it.

However, time offers the opportunity to reflect and make slight corrections. Limelight regressed and displayed a Year-over-year decrease in revenue in Q4 2020. In this environment, where the Internet is more important than ever, it is not a big story. Normally I would be inclined to give the company an extra shift or two to right the ship, but that could be an exception. I will be looking to sell and reinvest the proceeds in my two winners.

I’m sticking to my guns here again. Until an ultimate winner (or winners) emerges in a booming industry, owning a few names makes sense. But over time, there will be latecomers. When this becomes clear, sell the laggard (s) and reinvest in the winner (s).

Don’t let the short-term effects deter you from your long-term thesis

Back to my Fastly story. I got lucky and sold high and was able to buy again at a much lower price. It rarely works so perfectly, however. Better to let a winner ride long term until there is a long term reason to come out. In other words, I let the short-term noise affect my long-term outlook.

To illustrate, sporting events usually have a halftime show. A good performance by a favorite artist is a nice diversion, but if it’s a dud, do you completely give up on watching the second half of the game? If this is the sporting event itself that you are listening to, probably not. If anything, you take a break for a few minutes and come back once the game starts again.

I think edge computing is a long term growth trend. The cloud is an incredible technological development, but the Internet was designed to be decentralized and distributed. Extracting data and calculations from centralized locations makes perfect sense, but it will take many years to grow. The rapid loss of its biggest client (TikTok) was a failed halftime show, but there was still some play left. If you believe in a company’s history and long-term mission, don’t let it go. not temporary events will persuade you otherwise.

The same applies to how i feel about Cloudflare. The valuation is sky-high after its epic run last year and a stock price correction could be imminent. But this next-generation advanced computing and web company is disrupting the status quo and growing at a rapid pace. At some point there will be a distraction, but I originally purchased with the intention of held for an indefinite future. Until there’s a long-term reason not to (like how Limelight performed last year), I plan to periodically own and invest more in my computer network stocks from point.

This article represents the opinion of the author, who may disagree with the “official” recommendation position of a premium Motley Fool consulting service. We are heterogeneous! Questioning an investment thesis – even one of our own – helps us all to think critically about investing and make decisions that help us become smarter, happier, and richer.

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Viewpoint: The Global Impact of Barakah: Perspectives Thu, 08 Apr 2021 02:37:31 +0000

April 07, 2021

The UAE has shown that it is possible to build a new civilian nuclear power program from scratch in just over a decade. Mohamed Al Hammadi, CEO of Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, describes the importance of this feat for the global nuclear industry.

Mohamed Al Hammadi, CEO of Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Image: ENEC)

“This week, the United Arab Emirates celebrated the completion of commercial operation of the first of four APR-1400 reactors. This is a step in the right direction for the decarbonization of our electricity sector, as well as a significant increase in energy security and sustainability, but more importantly, it’s a signal to the entire nuclear power industry of what’s possible.

A little over ten years ago, the United Arab Emirates made a firm commitment to become the first Arab country to develop a peaceful nuclear energy program. It did so by setting a new global standard for new construction and new nuclear projects in operation. Today, carrying out commercial operations in a new nuclear country is a very positive step for an industry that needs more plants, projects and production. This proves that large-scale nuclear projects with international partners and commercial finance are achievable to the highest standards. As a result, our success may encourage other nations to view nuclear power as one of the few technologies capable of reducing emissions and thus fighting climate change.

While the pandemic has caused unprecedented disruption in all aspects of society, business and industry, it has also clarified the need for a more sustainable future and an opportunity for those who wish to lead the way. For the energy sector, COVID-19 has highlighted the need for future power systems that are not only sustainable, but also resilient.

For decades, nuclear power has demonstrated its ability to be the cornerstone of a modern, resilient and clean energy system. It has also been the cornerstone of scientific research and development, enabling space exploration, medical breakthroughs and new food security processes. During the recent pandemic, nuclear power continued to provide base load and clean electricity during all lockdowns; feed hospitals and research laboratories to help us get through the crisis.

Thanks to the culture of nuclear safety, as well as the dedication, professionalism and international collaboration of nuclear professionals, all nuclear power plants around the world continued to operate, as we shared lessons learned on how best to operate. protect our people and our sites. Operators and regulators have continued to ensure the safety and security of factories around the world, even as the pandemic has affected them in a variety of ways, including their planned shutdowns and maintenance schedules.

Therefore, we believe that achieving commercial operation of a new reactor is a major milestone for ENEC and the United Arab Emirates, and an important culmination for the entire global nuclear industry. The world needs more nuclear power if it is to truly meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, and the world needs to learn more from our unique safety culture and our ability to continuously improve our performance.

Nuclear power was the world’s second largest source of low-carbon electricity in 2019 after hydropower. With electricity demand now the fastest growing source of final demand, evidenced by an expected 3% growth in global electricity demand in 2021, nuclear power will remain a key contributor to sustaining economic growth and greening the post-pandemic recovery.

To date, more than 440 nuclear reactors are operating in 32 countries around the world, providing one-third of the world’s low-carbon electricity. Another 50 nuclear power plants are currently under construction and will contribute to clean and sustainable electricity production in the future. The reality is that if we are serious about reducing emissions from the power sector to a material level, we need more civilian nuclear power.

In the United Arab Emirates, we now have clean and abundant electricity powered by nuclear power. With the first unit at the Barakah nuclear power plant starting commercial operations this week, the country has entered a new era of clean electricity generation.

Operating at 100% of its power, the unit is now the largest source of electricity in the United Arab Emirates. And once its four units are fully operational, Barakah will be the 7th largest nuclear power plant in the world. It will serve a national population of just under 10 million and provide up to 25% of the country’s electricity needs for the next 60 years. Add to that the current and future pipeline of large-scale renewable power plants that the UAE will be commissioning in the years to come, and you have one of the world’s greatest power sector decarbonization success stories. .

In the post-COVID 19 era, we must celebrate any positive milestones that consolidate the role of the nuclear power industry. Today we share our celebration of the commercial operation of our first unit in Barakah with all players in the global nuclear industry. It is a step in the right direction for the production of clean electricity, supporting economic growth, job creation, innovation and, most importantly, providing a proven solution to climate change for a more sustainable and sustainable world. resilient. “

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Carnivores, like coyotes and foxes, view humans as an abundant food source Thu, 08 Apr 2021 02:37:10 +0000

Carnivores living near humans can find more than half of their diet in human food sources, according to researchers at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.

This disruption of normal animal feeding habits could endanger ecosystems.

Researchers studied the diets of seven species of predators in the Great Lakes region of the United States: coyotes, red and gray foxes, bobcats, wolves, fishermen and swallows.

Chemical analysis of bone and fur samples they collected from areas as remote as national parks and as populated as the metro Albany, NY, found that more carnivores live near cities and farms, the more human food they eat.

This new reliance on a common human food source could lead to conflicts between carnivores that have evolved to compete for different resources as relationships between different carnivores change. This could have negative impacts on ecosystems that have evolved under the significant influence of powerful predators.

The amount of human food that carnivores ate varied widely depending on location. Those who live in habitats with the most human alteration have found more than 25 percent of their food to be human.

It also varied according to the species. Engaged carnivores like bobcats ate relatively little human food, while generalists like coyotes, foxes, fishermen, and martens in human-dominated landscapes can get more than 50 percent of their food from sources. human.

Jon Pauli, professor of forest and wildlife ecology, and Phil Manlick, graduate student, found that relying on human food sources increased the overlap of carnivores in their competition for food.

In addition to increased competition and the resulting higher number of conflicts between carnivores, dependence on human food could make carnivores more vulnerable to humans and alter their normal hunting behavior.

Pauli and Manlick studied the diets of nearly 700 carnivores using bone and fur samples collected with the help of other citizen science researchers and trappers.

Thanks to the quirks in how plants incorporate carbon as they grow, a sample of bone or fur is enough to get a glimpse into an animal’s diet. Different weights, or isotopes, of carbon are common in different plants – and in the animals that ultimately eat them.

“Isotopes are relatively intuitive: you are what you eat,” Manlick explained. “If you look at humans, we look like corn. “

Human foods, rich in corn and sugar, give them distinctive carbon signatures. In contrast, the diets of prey species in nature confer their own carbon signatures. The ratio of these two isotopic footprints in a predator’s bone can tell scientists how much of their diet comes from human sources, either directly or from their prey that first ate human food.

The geographic scope of the study and the large number of species examined by conservationists demonstrate that the trend of food subsidies in the diet of carnivores is not confined to a single location or species.

“When you change the landscape so radically in terms of one of a species’ most important attributes – its food – it has unknown consequences for the overall structure of the community,” said Pauli. “And so, I think it’s incumbent on us now, as conservationists and biologists, to start understanding these new ecosystems and start predicting who’s the winners and who the losers.”

Contact Marcus Schneck at

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Discover Announces Alliance with PayNet in Malaysia to Expand Global Acceptance Thu, 08 Apr 2021 02:36:40 +0000

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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia and RIVERWOODS, Ill .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Discover, a leading digital bank and payments company, and Payments Network Malaysia Sdn Bhd (PayNet), the national payment network and infrastructure Shared central for payment services in Malaysia, have signed an agreement that will significantly expand the acceptance of Discover card holders, Diners Club International and network alliances in Malaysia.

The agreement complements Discover’s strategy of growing acceptance in Asia-Pacific to support existing partners in countries such as Singapore, India, China and Japan by potentially opening acceptance to 10,000 ATMs and over 570,000 point of sale terminals across Malaysia. Discover has seen continued growth in acceptance in the Asia-Pacific region over the past few years with recent partnerships in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Cambodia, Vietnam and New Zealand, adding to multiple relationships already established. This resulted in a 14% increase in acceptance in the region in 2020.

“Working with PayNet has been essential in opening the Malaysian market to our partners around the world,” said Ricardo Leite, senior vice president of international markets at Discover. “Discover will continue to work with payment providers in the region with the goal of providing more transparent payment interactions for customers when travel is required.”

“PayNet sees many exciting opportunities for both parties with this partnership. This fits well with PayNet’s efforts to provide our member banks with the opportunity to expand their reach by connecting to the Discover Global network, and Malaysian businesses to increase sales opportunities by facilitating payments through the global cardholder base. card card from Discover visiting Malaysia, ”said Peter Schiesser, Group CEO. at PayNet.

Discover Global Network has over 50 million merchant acceptance locations and 2 million ATM and cash access locations around the world. The Discover Global network includes Discover Network, Diners Club International, PULSE and over 20 partner alliance networks around the world.

About PayNet

Payments Network Malaysia Sdn Bhd (PayNet) is the national payment network and shared central infrastructure for Malaysia’s financial markets. As a national provider of financial markets public services, PayNet aims to create inclusive, accessible and efficient payments and financial ecosystems for Malaysia. In line with this development goal, PayNet shareholders do not receive dividends, and excess profits are instead reinvested to ensure that the country’s financial market infrastructure and payment ecosystems are resilient, competitive and accessible to all. PayNet operates a number of electronic payment products and services. Among them is the interbank shared ATM network interconnecting more than 10,000 ATMs across Malaysia. For more information visit

About Discover

Explore Financial Services (NYSE: DFS) is a digital banking and payments company with one of the most recognized brands in U.S. financial services. Since its inception in 1986, the company has grown into one of the largest card issuers in the United States. The company issues the Discover Card, a pioneer in cash rewards in the United States, and offers private student loans, personal loans, home loans, checking and savings accounts, and certificates of deposit through its banking operations. It operates the Discover Global Network comprised of Discover Network, with millions of merchant and cash access points; PULSE, one of the country’s main ATM / debit networks; and Diners Club International, a global payment network accepted worldwide. For more information visit

PayNet – Amy Pang

+603 2264 8689

Discover – Sarah Grage Silberman

+ 1-224-405-6029


Source: Discover Financial Services

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Former Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins signs deal with Steelers Wed, 07 Apr 2021 23:17:43 +0000

PITTSBURGH (AP) – Dwayne Haskins will look to restart his career with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Steelers signed a forward contract with the former Washington quarterback on Thursday, giving the 23-year-old a second chance after passing away in the nation’s capital in less than two seasons.

Haskins celebrated the signing by Tweet a photoshopped image of him wearing a # 3 Steelers jersey with the comment “3 in the Bible represents restoration and eternal life.” Let’s go to work. “

Work is something Haskins struggled with after Washington selected him with the 15th overall pick in the 2019 Draft. Which was meant to be a homecoming for someone who grew up in the suburbs. town quickly turned into a forgettable chapter for Haskins and a franchise in a seemingly relentless search for stability beneath the center.

Haskins put on a patchy rookie season in 2019 after taking over the starting position halfway through. He rose to the top of the depths table in 2020 under new head coach Ron Rivera, but only kept it four games before being benched in favor of Kyle Allen. Allen and Alex Smith’s injuries brought Haskins back to the roster, but he has played poorly in his last three appearances and was benched amid a loss to Carolina on Dec. 27 after the have returned three times.

His problems, however, weren’t limited to what was happening on the pitch. He was fined $ 40,000 and lost his rank of captain for breaking COVID-19 rules by partying with several people without masks after a loss to Seattle on December 20. A little over a week later, he found himself looking for work after Washington released him in favor of journeyman Taylor Heinicke.

Haskins met Carolina earlier this month, then visited the Steelers on Thursday and left the building on a contract. Exactly what this means in the short and long term is uncertain.

Pittsburgh has posted a 12-4 record this season, but collapsed after an 11-0 start, losing five of its last six games, a fall that began with a loss to Washington on December 7 in which Haskins did not play. The faint ended in a 48-37 home rout to Cleveland in the first round of the playoffs, a fall that cost offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner and offensive line coach Shaun Sarrett their jobs.

The bigger question heading into 2021 is whether two-time Super Bowl-winner quarterback Ben Roethlisberger returns for an 18th season. Coach Mike Tomlin said last week there was a chance Roethlisberger – who has a contract with a salary cap of over $ 41 million next year – could return. If he does, that means Haskins will likely end up starting as the third string behind Roethlisberger and substitute Mason Rudolph.

The Steelers have sometimes taken flyers from players before. They re-signed veteran wide receiver Plaxico Burress towards the end of his career in 2012 and brought in quarterback Michael Vick as Roethlisberger’s replacement in 2015.

Haskins is at a different stage in his career than either of those players and will join a quarterback in the midst of a change. Quarterbacks coach Matt Canada will likely be promoted to replace Fichtner after just one season at Pittsburgh. Substitute Josh Dobbs is a free agent and Devlin “Duck” Hodges – a fan favorite after going from a rookie free player to an unlikely starter in 2019 – saw his contract expire earlier this week.

Rudolph played well while Roethlisberger made it to the regular season final against the Browns and got the first chance to replace Roethlisberger if Roethlisberger does not return.

Still, Haskins goes from a franchise where instability is a constant to one of the most stable of all professional sports. He will have every opportunity to try to rediscover some of the form he displayed in his senior year at Ohio State in 2018, when he threw for 4,831 yards and 50 touchdowns against just eight interceptions.

Things were much more difficult in Washington. Haskins went 3-10 as a starter over two seasons, completed only 60% of his passes, and had 12 touchdowns on 14 interceptions.

That, however, came with the pressure of trying to be a franchise quarterback. The stakes are much lower with the Steelers, where Haskins will simply try to prove that he belongs in the league and that his maturity issues are behind him.

]]> 0 Prime Mining Corp. Announces C $ 25 Million bought deal private placement financing Wed, 07 Apr 2021 23:17:41 +0000


VANCOUVER, British Columbia, April 6, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Prime Mining Corp. (“Prime” or the “Company”) (TSX.V: PRYM, OTCQB: PRMNF, Frankfurt: A2PRDW) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with Desjardins Capital Markets, acting as sole bookrunner and co-lead manager, at name of a syndicate of underwriters co-led by Desjardins Capital Markets and TD Securities Inc. (the “Co-Leaders” and collectively the “Underwriters”) under which the Underwriters have agreed to purchase for resale, under a bought deal private placement, 8,475,000 Units (the “Units”) at a price of $ 2.95 per Unit for gross proceeds of approximately $ 25,01,250 (the “Offer”). Each Unit will consist of one common share of the Company (each a “Common Share”) and one-half common share purchase warrant (each entire warrant a “warrant”). Each warrant will be exercisable for one common share at an exercise price of $ 5.00 for a period of 36 months following the closing date (as defined below).

The net proceeds of the Offering will be used by the Company for the exploration and development of the Company’s Los Reyes mining property and for general corporate purposes. Prime was also informed of Pierre Lassonde’s intention to participate in the placement.

The Underwriters will have the option, exercisable at any time before 48 hours prior to the Closing Date, to acquire up to an additional 15% of the number of Units purchased under the Offering. The Underwriters will receive a cash commission equal to 6% of the gross proceeds of the offering.

The offering is expected to close on or about April 27, 2021 (the “Closing Date”) and is subject to certain conditions, including, but not limited to, regulatory approvals, including conditional listing approval. of the TSX Venture Exchange.

The Units will be offered for sale by private placement in all provinces of Canada pursuant to applicable exemptions from the prospectus requirements of Canadian securities laws. Units may also be sold in jurisdictions outside of Canada as may be agreed by the Underwriters and the Company, in each case in accordance with applicable laws. The common shares and warrants comprising the units to be issued under the offering will be subject to a holding period in Canada expiring four months and one day from the closing date of the offering.

This press release does not constitute an offer to sell securities in the United States. Securities may not be offered or sold in the United States without registration under the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or an exemption from such registration. The Company has not registered and will not register the securities under the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended. The Company does not intend to engage in a public offering of its securities in the United States.

About Prime Mining Corp.

Prime Mining Corp., a member of the TSX Venture 50, is an ideal mix of successful mining executives, strong capital markets personnel and experienced local operators who have come together to create a short-term and long-term gold producer. low cost in the historically productive Los Reyes region. project in Mexico. Prime has a well-planned capital structure with a large team and insider ownership.

The TSX Venture 50 is a ranking of the top performers in each of the 5 industry sectors on the TSX Venture Exchange over the past year.


Daniel Kunz
Chief Executive Officer

For more information, please contact:

Daniel Kunz
Chairman and CEO and Director
Prime Mining Corp.
1307 S. Colorado Ave.
Boise, Idaho 83706
Telephone: +1 (208) 926-6379 office

Andrew Bowering
Executive Vice President and Director
Prime Mining Corp.
1507 – 1030 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, BC, V6E 2Y3
Telephone: +1 (604) 428-6128

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward-looking information

The information contained in this document may include forward-looking statements, which are forward-looking in nature. Forward-looking statements are not based on historical facts, but rather on current expectations and projections regarding future events and are therefore subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from future results. expressed or implied by forward-looking statements. . These statements can generally be identified by the use of forward-looking words such as “may”, “should”, “could”, “intention”, “estimate”, “plan”, “anticipate”, “expect”. “,” Or “continue”, or the negative thereof or similar variations. Forward-looking statements contained in this press release include statements regarding Mr. Lassonde’s involvement, the closing of the offering, regulatory approvals and ‘intended use of the proceeds of the investment.

While these statements reflect the current plans, projections and intentions of management, by their nature, forward-looking statements are subject to numerous risks and uncertainties, some of which are beyond the control of the Company. Readers are cautioned that the assumptions used in the preparation of this information, while believed to be reasonable at the time of preparation, may prove to be imprecise and, as such, one should not place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements. There can be no assurance that the above transactions will be completed on the contemplated terms, if at all. The actual results, programs, activities and financial condition of the Company could differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements.

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Paul Arriola returns to DC United after early Swansea City loan end Wed, 07 Apr 2021 23:17:40 +0000

DC United has confirmed that Paul Arriola will return to the club in the coming days as all parties have reached an agreement that his loan at Swansea City should end sooner. Arriola suffered a quadriceps injury that will rule him out between four and six weeks, which would effectively prevent him from playing for the Swans unless they make their way to the Championship promotion playoffs.

Wales Online and the Washington Post both reported the news earlier today. It’s unclear exactly when Arriola will return to the United States, but based on his injury recovery schedule, he could theoretically appear for United as early as their May 1 road game against the San José earthquakes. More likely, however, the home games on May 16 (City of Orlando) or May 23 (Philadelphia Union) are the likely matches for him to make his season debut for Black & Red.

Arriola’s loan began on February 1 and he made his debut in a 3-1 England Cup loss at Manchester city, playing 26 minutes and getting involved on Swansea’s only goal. From there, however, he only played twice more, totaling 18 minutes in the league. Swansea would initially need more competition and depth for his wings – Arriola’s natural stance – but the 26-year-old USMNT regular appears to have played most of his minutes there as part of an advanced match.

Arriola’s return brings United to 28 players, although they will start the season with at least three potential starters from that group (Arriola, Steven Birnbaum and Felipe Martins) unavailable due to injury.

]]> 0 To save the planet, get more electric vehicles in the used car bundles Wed, 07 Apr 2021 23:17:38 +0000

Electric vehicles are become more popular. Now they’re also getting flashy: new electric vans, new semi-electric, new electric sports cars, a new electric G-Wagen.

But all that sexy side only matters for a small part of America. Seventy percent of vehicles sold in the country last year were used, according to Edmunds data. So when Americans switch to electric, most will do so in a used vehicle.

There is more than savings involved. “If we are serious about meeting climate change targets, we need to get rid of all internal combustion engines within the next 15 to 20 years,” says Ryan Sclar, who studies electric mobility at the World Resources Institute. “We won’t get there without using the second-hand market. It is essential, he says, that electric vehicles stay on the road as long as possible, no matter how many times the keys change hands.

So far, however, there hasn’t been much of a market for used electric vehicles. On the one hand, there haven’t been a lot of used electric vehicles to buy. EVs didn’t even reach 1% of vehicle sales in the United States until 2017. If you’re looking for an older EV, the choices can be slim.

But there was also not much demand for used electrical appliances. Most of the new EVs were leased, and when leases expired, dealers complained that they languished on the lot. The range anxiety that plagues new car buyers also affects used buyers, but even worse, as potential buyers fear that expensive batteries inside vehicles will degrade all at once. The first generation of electric vehicles was renowned for its poor performance. It stayed for a while.

“The idea was that one day this battery – this giant, expensive battery – would die for good, and the owner would have to replace it,” said Joe Wiesenfelder, editor of the online automotive market Cars. . .com. “People were very afraid that a used car would be much closer to the cemetery, unlike cars with internal combustion engines. But that was a false assumption on the part of a lot of people.

Today, more efficient electric vehicles, with ranges exceeding 100 miles, are making their way to used car fleets, such as Bmw i3, Nissan Leaf, and Volkswagen E-Golf from 2014 and after. As the market grows, some say it’s not too early to think about ways to support it.

The electricity market can be like a flywheel: spin it and you won’t have to worry about spinning it. “Will a lot of the concerns and barriers to entry over electric vehicles erode over the next three to five years? Absolutely, ”says Karl Brauer, executive analyst at automotive research firm “It’s just kind of an inevitable trend.”

The ranges of new vehicles keep increasing and the batteries (which cost over $ 5,000 to replace) have not degraded as some feared. Some of those curious about electric vehicles also seem to realize that they don’t need an expensive car with a range of 300 miles to do their daily tasks, especially if they have another car for longer trips.

Omar Islam got interested in electric vehicles because of Tesla, but he knew he couldn’t afford it. So he bought a used 2013 Nissan Leaf two years ago. When the car was new and cost $ 36,000, it had a maximum range of 75 miles; by the time Islam bought it from Craigslist for $ 6,000, it had driven 69-71 miles per charge. It was more than enough for his daily commute to Marietta, Georgia, where he lives. He loved the car, until a collision put it out of service. “If I had the funds, I would buy the same car again,” he says.

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