ATLANTA, GA / ACCESSWIRE / November 7, 2020 / Acing interviews is a must for hopefuls trying to land a job or securing an academic spot. Unfortunately, for employees, in particular, not everyone can survive their encounters with their potential employers due to various reasons, including a lack of practice, inadequate research about the organization and position they are applying for, and getting overwhelmed with nerves during the in-person meeting,
As almost three million people in the Vancouver Coastal Health and Fraser Health regions get used to new COVID-19 restrictions over the next two weeks, gyms and fitness studios are trying to find a safe path forward despite uncertainty.
As part of new restrictions introduced Saturday, businesses and recreation centres that operate indoor group physical activities have been told to suspend them. That includes spin classes, yoga, group fitness, dance
VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / November 4, 2020 / Northern Lights Resources Corp. (CSE:NLR)(“Northern Lights” or “NLR”) is pleased to announce that all subsequent conditions to the Medicine Springs Option and Joint Venture Agreement announced with Reyna Silver Corp. (“Reyna Silver”) on October 5, 2020, including legal due diligence, have been completed and the agreement is now binding.
The Medicine Springs Project comprises 1,189 Ha of Federal mineral claims located
Thousands of dental patients will be forced to find a new dentist after a private health company announced the closure of two North Wales practices.
Bupa told staff this week it would be closing practices on Prince’s Drive, Colwyn Bay, and on Cibyn Industrial Estate, Caernarfon, in February of next year.
It is believed more than 20 staff work across the two sites and the closures will reportedly affect more
The cluster ultimately involved 42 employees and 15 patients. None of the 57 became critically ill from COVID-19; one employee was briefly hospitalized but has gone home and is recovering, a hospital spokeswoman said.
But the outbreak shook the hospital and led to a massive effort to figure out what went wrong.
“Here we are, we’ve gone from March to September without anything like this,” said Dr. Michael Klompas, hospital