Chris StewartAPTN NewsUnlike tens of millions of other Canadians, members of the Samson Cree Nation never enjoyed reliable, fresh drinking water.But that soon may come to an end.The community broke ground on a $32.5 million upgrade to its wastewater firstname.lastname@example.org@aptnchris
APTN NewsThe chief of an Alberta First Nation called on the power of prayer to help his community heal from another fatal car crash.“Our community came together last time and our communities are going to come together this time,” said Vernon Saddleback of Samson Cree, south of Edmonton.Saddleback confirmed five people who died Tuesday had ties to Samson and Ermineskin – two of four first nations that comprise the Maskwacis region, about 95 kilometres south of Edmonton.However, the victims were living in the nearby town of Wetaskiwin.Three sisters from one family and a couple with a young son were killed when two vehicles collided outside Millet, Alta., at about 4:15 pm MT June 5. They were all in the same vehicle.A person in the other vehicle was treated for minor injuries and released.Police have not yet spoken about the accident.“I do want to ask everyone out there who is watching, who is listening or who is going to read this, if you could pray for our communities,” Saddleback told reporters Wednesday.“And pray for those families involved.”Chief Vernon Saddleback speaks to reporters.The three sisters were Dominique Soosay Northwest, 19; Cheyanne Soosay Northwest, 22; and Latesha Soosay Northwest, 25; from Samson Cree First Nation.Cheyanne and Latesha had five children between them.Wetaskiwin RCMP said Wednesday they were still investigating the cause of the crash that also claimed the lives of Anthony Swampy, 30, and his girlfriend, Terrelle Minde – whose age was not available.Saddleback expressed shock at the heavy loss.“Tough to lose one family member but five from a community… words can’t express,” he said at a news conference.Police said the collision occurred on Highway 2A at Township Road 472, about five kilometres south of the town of Millet.
Rabat – Naima Zaizaa, an Arabic teacher who works with the Moroccan Embassy in Belgium, has filed a sexual harassment complaint against the program’s coordinator. Zaizaa works with the embassy’s ELCO program which aims to connect Belgian Moroccans with their culture.“As soon as I arrived in Brussels, this man had a bizarre behavior with me,” the 33-year-old teacher told Belgian newspaper DH. He reportedly commented on her physique multiple times and praised her for not wearing a veil.“I knew he did not just see me as a teacher and he had ideas in his head. He kept complimenting me, to the point that my colleagues even thought I was having a secret relationship with him,” Zaizaa continued. The coordinator also reportedly kept finding excuses to get Zaizaa in his office, telling her she “deserved a man who would help settle my situation in Belgium.“But, I saw through his game and avoided going to his office, especially after an incident where he touched me,” she continued.She also alleges that the coordinator, who is married, had a complete change of behavior to her after she rejected his advances and allegedly wrote several untrue reports about her work performance.Zaizaa’s complaint has been accepted by Brussels police.Read also: Moroccans Make Up 9% of the Foreign Population in Brussels
VANCOUVER — Experts say dreams of a booming liquefied natural gas industry in British Columbia appear to be evaporating, at least for the foreseeable future, after Petronas and its partners scrapped a $36-billion megaproject in the province.The proponents of two other major projects say they are proceeding toward final investment decisions, although Chevron says it has reduced capital spending for its proposed facility in Kitimat in response to market conditions.A consortium led by Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas announced yesterday it would not proceed with the Pacific NorthWest LNG project near Port Edward, B.C., due to a downturn in market conditions.GMP FirstEnergy analyst Martin King says the outlook for LNG on Canada’s West Coast has been negative for years and he says the likelihood is low that other large, expensive projects will proceed.University of British Columbia business Prof. James Tansey says he doesn’t think the Petronas decision is a death knell for the industry but it’s unlikely any major facilities will be built in the next three to five years.The National Energy Board released a report last week that warned Canada was a late entrant to the global LNG market and the next seven years will be critical to the development of the industry.The Canadian Press
Priority bus lanes will come into effect from Tuesday August 15, the Ministry of Megapolis and Western Development said today.
Toyota plant in Cambridge, Ont., to build RAV4, replacing work on Corolla CAMBRIDGE, Ont. – Toyota Canada’s manufacturing complex in Cambridge, Ont., will build the RAV4 compact sport vehicle, providing some certainty about the operation’s future after work on the Corolla moves to Mexico.The Japanese automaker says its Canadian subsidiary will become a North American hub for making sport utility vehicles.Toyota Canada already makes the RAV4 in Woodstock, Ont., about 55 kilometres southwest of Cambridge.It also makes two models of the Lexus RX SUV at one of two assembly plants in Cambridge.The RAV4 and a hybrid version of the vehicle will be built at the North assembly plant in Cambridge starting in 2019. by The Canadian Press Posted Nov 10, 2015 10:27 am MDT Last Updated Nov 10, 2015 at 11:34 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Norfolk State’s Anthony Evans earned a raise.The most talked-about story of 2012 March Madness was historically black Norfolk State University, a 15th seed, knocking off No. 2-seed Missouri, 86-84 in the first round of the tournament. The Spartans from Norfolk, Virginia were on the minds of all college basketball fans around the country.This week, the school rewarded the orchestrator of the MEAC champions. Coach Anthony Evans received a thre-year contract extension will take him through the 2016-17 season, according to NSU athletic director Marty Miller.Evans led the Spartans to a school-record 26 wins, the MEAC Tournament championship and the huge NCAA Tournament win, the first in Norfolk State history.Evans, who is 78-82 record in his five seasons at Norfolk State, also received a $50,000 raise to $175,000. His contract was to expire after the 2013-14 season.After beating Mizzou, NSU lost, 84-50, to Florida in the next round.
Heroin addicts who have been taking the drug since the 1970s and 1980s are dying in increasing numbers as they grow older and frailer.The purity of heroin reaching Britain’s streets has also increased after several years of bumper opium harvests in Afghanistan. The harvest in 2014 reached record levels according to the United Nations, after it recovered from crop blight in previous years. Vanessa Fearn, a research at the ONS, said: “Deaths involving heroin and morphine have more than doubled since 2012, partly driven by a rise in heroin purity and availability over the last three years. Drug deaths have reached record levels as cocaine and heroin becomes more pure and ageing addicts succumb to years of abuse.A total of 3,674 people died of drugs poisoning in 2015, the highest number since records began.Deaths from heroin and morphine have doubled to 1,200 since 2012, while deaths from cocaine have jumped from 112 to 320, according to new figures released by the Office for National Statistics “Age is also a factor in the record levels of drug deaths, as heroin users are getting older and they often have other conditions, such as lung disease and hepatitis, that make them particularly vulnerable.”Cocaine and heroin are often taken together, meaning increases in heroin purity could be leading to some of the deaths logged as due to cocaine.The ONS analysis said: “Since cocaine is often taken alongside heroin, it is likely that changes in the purity and availability of heroin, as well as increases in the purity of cocaine, are contributing to the rise in deaths involving cocaine in recent years.”Meanwhile ecstasy, or MDMA, was mentioned on 57 death certificates last year – the highest number in a decade.Earlier this year, the European Union’s drugs agency said the dance drug was making a comeback among young people in Britain.Figures from the Lisbon-based European monitoring centre for drugs and drug addiction estimated 2.1 million people aged 15-34 had used ecstasy in the last year, up 300,000 on the year before.The centre said dealers were aggressively marketing high dose pills and powder.Deaths linked to new psychoactive substances, once known as “legal highs”, have increased sharply, with 114 registered last year. New laws were introduced to clamp down on the substances earlier this year.The figures, taken from the results of coroners’ death certificates in England and Wales, do not include deaths from traffic accidents that may have involved drugs.A Department of Health spokesman said: “Any death related to misuse of drugs is a tragedy.”While overall drug use continues to decline, our approach is to get people off drugs for good, with decisions on treatment based on an individual’s clinical need.”An expert group has published its recommendations today to help curb the numbers of people dying from drug misuse.”We are also developing a new strategy which will include help to educate young people about the risks.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Ecstasy deaths have also risenCredit:PA
Smartphones also make the ultimate multitool. I find myself increasing grabbing my phone when I am in the middle of a project — it becomes my flashlight in the dark, my level when hanging a picture, a calculator, and a notepad. But as great as out phones are, they are still limited by the sensors inside of them. For example, I can’t use my phone as a laser thermometer, or a moisture sensor, or a breathalyzer no matter what apps I buy. That said, if I could use my phone to do any of those things, I probably would use my phone exclusively for those tasks. Apparently I’m not alone in this, since the team at Sensorcron have started up a a Kickstarter project they have called Sensordrone.Sensordrone looks a little bit like a naked USB Flash drive, but instead of storing data this little key is packed with sensors. Their claim on Kickstarter is that Sensordrone includes more sensors than anything else available. That’s not all that hard to believe when you read that is carries gas, temperature, humidity, proximity, color intensity, and pressure sensors inside. It’s pretty much a one-stop-shop for whatever you would want to use to grab data. In fact, if you need another kind of sensor, the device is expandable via their adapter which makes the Sensordrone a Bluetooth transmitter.All of the information gathered on the Sensordrone can either be sent in bursts, transmitted live, or just stored on the device until you need it later.The demonstration video offers a great many possibilities, but they are all shown off in individual app form. There’s air quality apps, infrared thermometer apps, light intensity apps, but all of these are one-off single task apps. The only time you see the gadget spit out raw data is when they demonstrate the possibility for the app to act as a stud sensor. This one little gadget could double the amount of apps you have on your phone, just in the different sensor related apps. You probably don’t need a Gas Leak app, a Carbon Monoxide app, and a Fart Sensor… especially if an app can be written to combine that information. Sensorcron says that they will make the Sensormatic open, and that they only limit is your imagination, but doesn’t really go very deep into what that means for the device.The Kickstarter page lists the Sensordrone retail price at $199, but if you participate in the Kickstarter you only need to pay $175 to get your hands on one when they come out. The Sensordrone really looks like an incredible gadget, and clearly something that takes us one step closer to having a Tricorder for your mobile device.More at Kickstarter
Melbourne’s leading ethnic radio station 3ZZZ is preparing to host its annual radiothon. Taking place over 15 days from 10-25 October, it is the station’s main fundraising event. Listeners and supporters of the program are being encouraged to phone in and contribute as much as they can. “This kind of support is critical to the operation of the station, which for over 25 years has provided an invaluable service to Victoria’s ethnic communities,” 3ZZZ Greek radio host George Zangalis told Neos Kosmos. 3ZZZ has also announced that it will be relocating from its Fitzroy location, to a new premises in Brunswick by the end of the year. To enquire about making a contribution to the radiothon, contact the 3ZZZ office on (03) 9415 1928. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
La caméra binoculaire de Sony DEV-3 convaincSi le domaine de l’APN semble un marché saturé, celui de la caméra binoculaire, lui, pourtant beaucoup plus confortable mais moins compact, peut avoir de beau jour devant lui. Sony semble l’avoir compris. Son DEV-3 faisant office preuve.Présentées lors du sommet CEATEC, les jumelles de Sony DEV-3 peuvent faire également office de caméra binoculaire. Avec cet appareil, il est possible d’enregistrer des vidéos Full HD et 3D grâce à un zoom x20. La Sony DEV-3 dispose d’un stabilisateur d’image nécessaire avec ce fort grossissement.À lire aussiSony lance sa nouvelle liseuse, le PRS-T2Des journalistes américains d’Engadget ont pu tester le produit et ont été agréablement surpris de la netteté obtenue avec une focale de 1.8, autant que par la capacité d’enregistrer de la vidéo à 5,3 mégapixels au format 16/9. La résolution maximale de l’appareil étant de 7,1 mégapixels.Le rendu vidéo est saisissant même avec un zoom x10. Cependant, l’inconvénient de ce bel objet est son prix, puisqu’il sera lancé à 2.000 dollars, soit un peu moins de 1.500 euros. De quoi voir double, non ?Le 7 octobre 2011 à 19:39 • Maxime Lambert
Google+ Twitter The following is scheduled for tonight’s 3/10 WWE Smackdown on the USA Network:* The Wyatt Family vs. Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler & The Usos* Chris Jericho promo* The Lucha Dragons vs. The League of Nations* MizTV w/WWE Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn* Brie Bella vs. Summer RaeCheck back later tonight for a recap of Smackdown on Wrestleview.com. Pinterest Smackdown Live Preview: Daniel Bryan still wants an apology, King of the Ring Quarterfinals 11 matches scheduled for WWE Clash of Champions tonight in Charlotte, Live Post-Show Facebook Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Chris Jericho takes on Hangman Page to crown first AEW Champion tonight on All Out
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – The Florida Panthers brought some family fun to Downtown Fort Lauderdale, Sunday.The hockey team’s Winterfest Family Day put smiles on hundreds of faces at Huizenga Plaza on Las Olas Boulevard.Big slides and train rides delighted revelers, all for free, courtesy of the Panthers and Joe DiMaggio’s Children’s Hospital. Bringing the winter feeling to the kids of South Florida. ⛸❄️🤗 pic.twitter.com/Y8Ov7iUplO— Florida Panthers (@FlaPanthers) November 26, 2017And, of course, the annual event featured an ice skating rink.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
It’s been a busy week for American Business Media (ABM), the association of business information and media companies. On Tuesday the organization announced the winners of the 59th annual Jesse H. Neal Awards, which recognize the best in business-to-business editorial, and voted in 11 new member organizations.“We are so proud to welcome these organizations to membership,” Clark Pettit, president and CEO of ABM, says in a statement. “These new returning members—ranging from traditional and international media companies to progressive businesses focused on media management software, investment baking services, subscription management and lead gen—support ABM’s initiative to represent the wide range of platforms and models leveraged by business information and media companies.”The new membership includes a variety of organizations—from former companies to new international partners. Two companies—Advantage Business Media, which publishes content on science, design engineering and communications through magazines, websites, newsletter and events; and Athletic Business Media, publisher of magazines, websites, and buyers guides for athletic, fitness and recreation professionals—both rejoined the association as returning members. Canada-based Glacier Media Group was the only new international member to join ABM—Glacier is an information communications company that publishes trade magazines, directories, newsletters, and specialty websites. Other members include:Health Forum (American Hospital Association)—Health Forum is a strategic business enterprise of the AHA, creatively partnering to develop and deliver essential information and innovative services to help health care leaders achieve organizational performance excellence and sustainability.MultiView, Inc.—MultiView is a publisher of association-branded b-to-b digital media.PaperClip Communications—PaperClip Communications specializes in serving the informational needs of student development professionals through various print and online products.New associate members include:Datasystem Solutions/MultiPub—MultiPub from Datasystem Solutions is a subscription management system designed to assist a wide range of media and data companies.Media Intranets LP—Media Intranets is the producer of LaunchPad Media Management software suite, an integrated Web-based solution that helps media companies run their businesses, from accounting and reporting to editorial planning and event marketing.Petsky Prunier—Petsky Prunier is an investment bank focused on the technology, media, marketing, eCommerce and healthcare industries whose services include mergers and acquisitions and private placements advisory services. The firm provides strategic consulting through the firm Winterberry Group, a Petsky Prunier company. The firm also offers international reach through its partnership with Altium.VisiStat—VisiStat is a cloud-based business, marketing and lead generation Web reporting service.Stay updated on the latest FOLIO: news, follow us on Facebook & Twitter!
Better Homes and Gardens has a new logo for the first time since 1965. Starting with its January 2017 issue, “and” is replaced with a stylized ampersand, and the long-standing three lines of text are truncated to two. The new identity system and refreshed logo, while aesthetically pleasing, also solves a practical issue, Stephen Orr, editor-in-chief since 2015, tells Folio:. Fitting the 51-year-old logo to digital avatars and brand extensions, like Better Home and Gardens Real Estate, has proven difficult. Now, the social avatar stacks “BH” over “&G” with white text inside of a black circle. This will replace the magazine’s current digital logo, a red background with “BHG” centered in a white, bolded, sans-serif font. Better Homes and Gardens is the largest brand at Meredith, and Meredith is the second largest consumer license brand in the world. This means the new logo will be seen on a lot of different products — from homeware sold at Walmart, to cookbooks, to real estate. The magazine also claims 40 million readers, with a verified rate base of 7,600,000 for its print issues. “They were really just thinking about the print magazine,” Orr says of the magazine’s mid-century editors. “But brands like BH&G are comprehensive brands. We needed something that was more flexible.” The new logo from January 2017 Due to the scale of use, the brand decided to partner with Lippincot, a creative agency that redesigned the Starbucks mermaid, as well as the Meredith corporate logo. The process took almost 10 months, Orr says, and involved over 75 different versions. The ampersand, while fresh in its design, is not new to the magazine. Better Homes and Gardens first launched in 1922 with “and” written out, but from 1931 until the late 40’s, the logo contained an ampersand along with its ever shifting typography. The old logo from December 2016
The world of gaming is going through some changes this year. Game consoles are getting long in the tooth, great new games are exceedingly rare, and as a result PC gaming may not be dying the slow death everyone was calling for.While many games these days are designed for console first and given a lack-luster port to the PC, that tide is turning with the continued life of Battlefield 3‘s superior PC experience, the recently-released Diablo 3, and other premium titles coming soon. It is also a bad time to buy a game console right now, at least for those who keep their hardware for a long time. Next generation consoles are on the near horizon and while prices of the current Xbox 360 and PS3 are at an all-time low, it’s a questionable choice to buy hardware so close to a new console release.All of these factors shine a brighter light on PC gaming and this is where Alienware’s X51 compact gaming PC comes in with a very enticing package. About the size of an Xbox or PlayStation, the X51 packs Intel’s new Ivy Bridge Core i7 quad-core chip, 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 555 graphics, 8GB of DDR3 RAM, and a spacious 1TB hard drive to boot. All of this performance doesn’t need a giant beige box that sounds like a leaf blower. Instead, this beast could blend in with your home theater equipment and even hook right up to your HDTV and surround sound system.You can even upgrade the components in this system down the road if needed, unlike gaming laptops in this same price range. If you’ve been looking to take your gaming experience up a notch, you owe it to yourself to check out the Alienware X51. Since this is a new, premium item, Dell almost never discounts the X51.For a limited time, you can get $100 off and a free copy of Diablo 3. This is tied with the best discount we have seen and getting a brand new, top-tier game included makes for one awesome bundle.Visit LogicBuy for Alienware X51 mini gaming PC + Diablo 3 deal
Citation: Gravitational data from Dawn suggests dome on Ceres is made of volcanic mud (2019, June 11) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2019-06-gravitational-dawn-dome-ceres-volcanic.html © 2019 Science X Network This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Back in 2015, NASA’s Dawn space probe showed that there was a domed-shaped mountain approximately four kilometers high and seventeen kilometers wide—since named Ahuna Mons—rising from the surface of Ceres, a dwarf planet residing in our solar system’s asteroid belt. Initial inspection suggested volcanism; the dome-shape streaked mountain with salt on its slope looked reminiscent of volcanoes here on Earth, or even the icy domes seen on some of the solar system’s moons. But logic has suggested that the mechanics involved in creating volcanism on a dwarf planet would not work. Because of its small size, it would cool down and solidify, preventing any interior activity. But that logic appears not to apply to Ceres, the team found.The researchers noted evidence that the dome was created relatively recently, perhaps just a couple hundred million years ago—it has very few craters. Also, prior study of data from Dawn by another team led to the discovery that Ceres had a mantle loaded with fluids. To learn more, the team looked at gravity field maps built using data from Dawn. They found evidence of a plume extending from the mantle to the dome above it. A closer look suggested that the plume had at some point carried a mud-like mix of water, salt and other particles up into the area where the dome had formed.The researchers describe the plume as unlike any other documented to date, and thus is a novelty in the solar system. They also note that because of the composition of the plume, there is a possibility that Ceres’ mantle is still churning, pushing material up into the dome making it grow. Explore further Dawn snaps its best-yet image of dwarf planet ceres Journal information: Nature Geoscience More information: Ottaviano Ruesch et al. Slurry extrusion on Ceres from a convective mud-bearing mantle, Nature Geoscience (2019). DOI: 10.1038/s41561-019-0378-7 Colocation of volcanic dome and isostatic gravity anomaly. a, A false-colour mosaic (R, 0.97 µm; G, 0.75 µm; B, 0.44 µm) of the region of Ahuna Mons from Dawn Framing Camera observations. The dome of Ahuna Mons is close to the centre of the mosaic, and its high-reflectance areas are steep flanks rich in carbonates and phyllosilicates. b, The isostatic anomaly represented with spherical harmonic degrees l= 5–14 and showing about 50–60 mGal at approximately the same coordinates as Ahuna Mons for the same area as a. Credit: Nature Geoscience (2019). DOI: 10.1038/s41561-019-0378-7 An international team of researchers has found evidence that suggests the large dome found on the surface of the dwarf planet Ceres is made of slurry—a mix of salty brine and solid particles. In their paper published in the journal Nature Geoscience, the group describes their study of data from the Dawn spacecraft and what it revealed.
in Headlines, News NTC Offering Collateral File Audit and Remediation Service Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. (NTC), a research and document processing company, recently announced that it will now offer a complete collateral file audit and remediation service that can be tailored to specific portfolios, investors, and objectives. This new offering is intended to reduce risk of buyback requests, increases certainty on reps and warrants from buyers, and increases value of assets presented for sale.The audit service will take the collateral files and have the documents audited using NTC’s document research and retrieval methods to bring the files up to a transferable standard, after which final results are reported, the company said.”The value of a mortgage-based loan portfolio is directly impacted by the completeness and accuracy-or lack thereof-of the collateral files of the loans of which it is comprised,” said John Hillman, NTC CEO. “In some portfolios we have audited, we have found errors in 40 percent to 60 percent of the loans. Remediating the exceptions in these loans increases the value of the entire portfolio, and enables the owner of the portfolio to make more money with each sale.”NTC says that the main benefits of the new service are complete file management under one servicer, from shipping, storage, remediation, assignments, property reports, exception management, and reporting; reduction of money wasted from buybacks and/or reintegration into servicing departments; increased certainty about representations and warranties from buyers; and increased value of the assets presented for sale. The company also notes that the interest for the collateral file audit and remediation service is high, however, for most clients it is an investment with strong return.NTC’s collateral file audit and remediation service includes:File intake, inventory, imaging, and indexing.Complete collateral file creation (combined servicing and collateral file supplied).Audit of the collateral fully customizable to the client’s specifications, by product, inventory, or intended disposition.Curative and remedial actions on any exceptions, missing collateral documents (mortgages, deeds, assignments, title policies), missing intervening assignments, complex assignment chain issues, title policies, lost note affidavit creation, lost affidavit creation and recordation.File management, including paid-in-full release services, assignment services, and optional default research/assignment services.A variety of property reports that can be customized to indicate lien position, broken assignment chains, current beneficiary, or current owner.Click here to read more about NTC’s Collateral File Audit and Remediation Service. June 16, 2015 575 Views Collateral File Audit Nationwide Title Clearing Inc. Remediation Service 2015-06-16 Staff Writer Share
Go back to the e-newsletter >A new strategic partnership between the YU Lounge and Four Seasons Resort Nevis allows guests to bookend their Four Seasons Resort Nevis stay with a personalised, stylish and stress-free arrival and departure experience at St Kitts Airport.“Our guests can begin an extraordinary experience as soon as they step off the plane,” says Ed Gannon, General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Nevis. “With our new YU Lounge relationship, Four Seasons Resort Nevis guests can enjoy personalised service and unprecedented convenience from the jet way to the fairways. We’re very glad to partner with the YU Lounge to further elevate the guest experience between St Kitts Airport and Four Seasons Resort Nevis.”“We are extremely honoured that the quality of our infrastructure and the level of our services have been acknowledged by a great leader in the hospitality industry, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. This encourages us to go further and higher,” say Nirvan Veerasamy and Uday Nayak, co-founders of the Veling Group, owner of the YU Lounge.The YU Lounge is a private airport terminal equipped to deliver personalised five-star service and a range of aircraft handling services. As guests step off the plane, they are escorted to the lounge in a luxury vehicle, while their luggage, along with the customs and immigration, are taken care of by the YU Lounge team. Once the formalities are complete, guests will board to transfer to Port Zante to embark on the private Four Seasons launch.On board, guests can enjoy complimentary local beers, fruit punch and signature Four Seasons rum punch amid a scenic 40-minute crossing to the Resort’s private, on-property dock in Nevis. Guests will be welcomed on the pier and escorted to their rooms where their luggage will be waiting.Travellers can take advantage of daily nonstop flights to St Kitts’ Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport from Miami International Airport. Weekly flights from New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and London Gatwick Airport are also available year-round. Seasonal, weekly nonstop flights depart Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, and Toronto Pearson International Airport. The Yu Lounge also caters for private jet customers.Go back to the e-newsletter >
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