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  • First casualty of ‘vanity’ campaign

    first_imgDear Editor,The glorious and momentous Chairmanship of the G77 is Guyana’s. David Granger can rejoice in the prestige gained as he is wont, but the Chair came at a hefty price and also with high recurring costs.First the price: Guyana’s Ambassador to the UN, Michael Ten Pow has not voted at UNCLOS – law of the sea. This is specifically in Guyana’s interest against Venezuela. Ten-Pow instructed his officer Megayla Austin not to vote. Guyana was marked as absent. Here is Guyana taking Venezuela to court for not adhering to the UNCLOS convention and Guyana’s Mission at the UN saw it fit to abstain from the vote. This is a dereliction of duty to Guyana and a complete betrayal of our national interest.  I can only hope this ‘mess of pottage’ chokes the avaricious few.And then the recurring costs: It is interesting to see the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ press release on the issue speak about “Team members will be drawn from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, other Government Ministries and agencies and from the Guyanese diaspora”. The ‘team’ will cost the taxpayers over $500 million per annum and includes such notables as former UG Vice Chancellor Ivelaw Griffith, Troy Torrington, and Neil Pierre. Other names being floated include Attorney-at-Law James Bond and former Mayor of Linden Carwyn Holland. It is as if the last joke is being played on the Guyanese taxpayer before we can get to the polls on March 2, 2020.The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Director General, Audrey Jardine-Wadell was the first casualty of this ‘vanity’ campaign, Guyana was the last; the implications for our border security and maritime issues are far-reaching. Can Ten Pow and his team of cronies be trusted to serve Guyana in the future? I think not! This betrayal of our nation shall surely live on in infamy and I wish all those involved suffer the fate described best in Sir Walter Scott’s Patriotism Innominatus:“Despite those titles, power, and pelf,The wretch, concentred all in self,Living, shall forfeit fair renown,And, doubly dying, shall go downTo the vile dust from whence he sprung,Unwept, unhonour’d, and unsung”Respectfully,Robin Singhlast_img read more

  • Nursing Board Qualifies Several Teaching Institutions

    first_imgLBNM Registrar Cecelia Kpangbbala Flomo delivers a statement at the occasion.The Liberia Board of Nursing and Midwifery (LBNM), an umbrella organization overseeing activities of nurses, midwives and related learning institutions, has qualified several learning institutions in categories based on its evaluation of the affected institutions.Under its Quality Assurance and Accreditation project, the LBNM released the results of its findings, accompanied by the accreditation action over the weekend at a resort in Monrovia focusing on 22 training institutions in the country.The institutions include Adventist University of West Africa, Bomi County Community College, Bushrod Institute, Cuttington Junior College, Cuttington University, Deana K. Isaacson Midwifery Training Program, Esther Bacon School of Nursing and Midwifery, Greater Vision School of Nursing and Grand Bassa County Community College.Others are Lofa County Community College, Lois Hangreen School of Health Science, Mabel McCombs School of Health Science, Mother Patern College of Health Sciences, New Eye Sight Center, Nimba County Community College and Phebe Para Medical Training School.The rest of LBNM Training Institutions are Ruth Ramstand School of Health Science, Smythe Institute of Management and Technology, Tubman National Institute of Medical Arts, Tubman University, United Methodist University Midwifery Program and Winifred J. Harley School of Nursing.The LBNM 2018 Assessment Results approved 10 schools for accreditation, 11 others for quality assurance and one post-basic school; taking into consideration four thematic areas, including classroom and instruction, clinical, infrastructure and administration.According to LBNM Monitoring and Evaluation Director, Darboi Garmi Korkoyah, schools including Mother Pathern College of Health Sciences, J.J. Dossen Hospital, and Ruth Ramstand School of Health have high scores in the areas of infrastructure, management, Classroom, instruction and clinical, and Phebe Para Medical Training School 100 percent in Classroom and instruction.As of the LBNM Accreditation Process, the Registrar, Cecelia C. Kpangbbala-Flomo said: “It is intended to maintain a national database of schools, set and monitor adherence to performance standards in Nursing and Midwifery education, distinguish and recognize institutions from illegal programs.”It seeks national and international recognition, progression of Associate of Arts “AA” to Bachelor of Science “BSc” degree; presents the Liberian Board of Nursing and Midwifery (LBNM) recommendations to partners, and to provide the basis for comparison between programs and graduates.Besides, it presents findings to National Nursing and Midwifery stakeholders, including presentation of findings to schools and collaborating to close identified gaps and maintain best practices.”She said LBNM has observed that some institutions carry out over-recruitment of students when they do not have enough physical space or instructors to enable learning. “Some institutions have inadequate enough space to store maternal drugs, and other supplies,” Mrs. Flomo said.At the end of the gathering, several recommendations including training institutions; work along with health faculties to fill identified gaps, and create an enabling clinical teaching and learning environment were advanced to the board.The recommendations also urged hospital administrators to ensure that health facilities are properly monitored and equipped with both human and material resources, while some also called devising policy strategies that will guide supplies and human behaviors.  They also called for establishing partnerships with others to enable training opportunities for instructors and to build consistency in faculty retention.Meanwhile, the LBNM has launched its Nursing and Midwifery Index aimed at tracking students entering the 22 nursing institutions up to the time any of them that would become successful sitting the state board test.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

  • Mahdia businesswoman released on station bail

    first_imgAttempted rape/shooting…suspect under Police guard at GPHC – CommanderThe female miner, who shot a former employee thrice after he allegedly attempted to rape her, was arrested by the police but subsequently released on bail pending investigations.This is according to F Division Commander (Interior locations) Kevin Adonis, who told Guyana Times on Monday that the Mahdia businesswoman had been taken into Police custody following the shooting incident.However, she has been released on station bail as the probe into her alleged sexual assault and shooting incident continue.Meanwhile, the 36-year-old suspect, who was initially in a critical state at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) has not been listed as stable after taking three bullets to his arms and stomach. He is presently under Police guard at the medical facility.Reports are on July 11, the now wounded man was imbibing at his former employer’s premises at Mahdia, Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni). Reports are at about 00:45h on Friday morning, the man sneaked into the woman’s sleeping area and allegedly attempted to remove her underwear when she woke up and reached for her firearm, which was in close range. The woman fired three shots towards her perpetrator. He received gunshot wounds to his stomach and arms.The police were subsequently contacted and the woman, who is a licensed firearm holder, informed the cops that she shot the man in self-defence.The suspect was rushed to the Mahdia Hospital but as a result of the extent of his injuries, he was air-dashed to the city and taken to the GPHC.last_img read more

  • Southampton blow! Rodriguez suffers fresh injury setback

    first_img Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez 1 Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has revealed striker Jay Rodriguez will be out for at least another six weeks as his rehabilitation from a long-term knee injury continues.The 25-year-old ruptured an anterior cruciate ligament after falling awkwardly against Manchester City in April, with the injury ruling him out of the reckoning for England’s World Cup squad.Rodriguez has yet to make his return more than eight months later and, having gone under the knife again last month to clear out his knee, a comeback does not appear imminent.Before the routine operation Saints had hoped to have last season’s top scorer back for the hectic festive period; now it looks like a return will not come until February.“He had to make a step back in his recovery,” Koeman said.“That was a pity because I remember when we spoke about the squad in the pre-season I said Jay will be like a fantastic signing for December or January and he isn’t.“All these kind of unlucky moments are part of the difficult time that we have.“After a big injury, you don’t have to rush. He needs time and we give him the time to come back, but it’s a pity because he’s a great player.“It’s always difficult now because it’s not good to fix on a special date to come back. He’s now making steps forwards and he needs more time and that’s the most important.“To fix a date makes pressure on the player and the medical staff.”While keen not to say when Rodriguez would make his comeback, Koeman did admit a return before February was unlikely.“I think now, in this situation, he will not be available before the end of January,” he said. “No, no.”last_img read more

  • Manchester City vs Burnley: Live talkSPORT commentary, kick-off time & team news

    first_img Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions ADVICE Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade 1 REVEALED It’s been a tough start for Sean Dyche’s Clarets, who are struggling to replicate the fantastic campaign of 2017/18.But two wins from their last three have steadied the ship, despite being held to a draw by struggling Huddersfield last time out.What time is kick-off?This Premier League clash is set for Saturday, October 20.Kick-off at the Etihad is at 3pm.Last season, the Clarets left empty-handed after a 4-1 defeat, thanks to goals from Sergio Aguero, Leroy Sane and Bernando Silva.How can I listen on talkSPORT?You can hear live commentary of this game on our sister station talkSPORT2.We’ll have build-up from midday as the Premier League returns from a two-week break.Tune in using your DAB radio, our mobile apps or the talkSPORT web player. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won FOOTBALL LATEST RANKED Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade center_img Guardiola has transformed Man City into a title-winning machine Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move MONEY Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? BEST OF REVEALED Manchester City host Burnley as the Premier League returns.Pep Guardiola’s champions are still unbeaten in the top-flight this season and have won all four of their games on home soil. What is the team news?Sergio Aguero, Kevin De Bruyne and Benjamin Mendy all trained this week in a major boost for Guardiola’s side.Belgian De Bruyne has made a remarkable recovery from knee ligament damage in August and is poised for a return.Burnley are sweating on the fitness of James Tarkowski, who was forced to drop out of England duty with a groin issue.last_img read more

  • Baker set for Paralympic medal quest

    first_imgNatasha Baker is targeting Paralympic glory as part of the Great Britain equestrian dressage team that begins their London 2012 campaign on Thursday morning.Baker, who was born in Hammersmith and lives in Uxbridge, will be making her Games debut along with team-mate Sophie Wells.The team also includes experienced trio Sophie Christiansen, Deborah Criddle and Lee Pearson, who between them boast 13 gold medals from eight Games appearances.“The selectors chose us because they believed in us. We will just do our best and hope that will deliver some medals,” said Baker.“It’s been great talking to these three guys – they’ve got a massive wealth of experience between them – but in a way it’s all new for all five of us in that it is a home Games; there will be a different aspect that none of us have had before.“I don’t think it’s going to be anything like anything we’ve ever done before. For our first Paralympic Games to be a home Games is going to be the most incredible feeling.”The team as a whole have been set a testing target of a minimum seven medals from 10 individual events, plus the task of defending the Team title they have held since the introduction of Equestrian events to the Paralympics in Sydney 12 years ago.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

  • Green airline goes greener

    first_imgOne of’s new 737-400 fleet – the CowPlane. The plane is painted in the distinctive bright green livery, and the cow motif represents’s support of CHOC, Children’s Haematology Oncology Clinics, in association with Cow Parade in 2005. (Image: Andre Kok, Another Boeing 737-400, this one painted in a green camouflage design. (Image: ) An interesting colour scheme for one of’s recently acquired 737-400s. (Image: ) Coal-burning power stations such as this one on the outskirts of Cape Town, contribute heavily to South Africa’s carbon emission footprint. (Image: Eskom)Janine ErasmusLow-cost airline has taken its greenness one step further with the launch of its new tree-planting initiative. The airline, known for its humorous in-flight commentary and bright green livery, has embarked on Project Green, a programme that will see trees planted in communities around South Africa, and playgrounds and sports fields built in rural and township schools.With Project Green (kulula is a Zulu word meaning “it is light” or “it is simple”) aims to challenge global warming and help ease the load on the environment by reducing its own carbon footprint. It will also take steps to offset its carbon emissions by planting grass and trees, which purify the air by taking in carbon dioxide (CO2) and converting it to oxygen during photosynthesis. Focusing only on trees that are not listed as invaders will also help to conserve indigenous ecosystems.Job creation is an added bonus, as horticulturalists will be required to supply young trees for planting. And tree-planting activities will offer more employment has partnered with Food and Trees for Africa, a national greening organisation that also seeks to establish food security through permaculture food gardening activities. Permaculture is a holistic approach to using natural resources, working with nature as opposed to against it and making use of elements such as ecology, organic gardening, and architecture to create a sustainable way of living.The Food and Trees for Africa website offers companies a carbon calculator, which was developed by PriceWaterhouseCoopers, the first African company to receive accreditation to conduct carbon auditing. The calculator is based on the Global Greenhouse Reporting Protocols, which have now been converted into an environmental standard that deals with developing, managing and reporting greenhouse gas emissions at the company level.Companies can check their carbon emissions and from there take steps to reduce their carbon footprint. Based on the results, companies are informed of the number of trees it will take to offset their emissions. They may then make a donation so that Food and Trees for Africa can plant the necessary number of trees on their behalf through its National Tree Distribution and Trees for Homes programmes.Putting trees into communitiesProject Green got underway with the planting of 50 indigenous trees at the Monde primary school in Katlehong, east of Johannesburg, in April 2008. The trees were planted around a bare patch of land with the hope that in the not-too-distant future this will become a shady play area for Monde’s 1 400 scholars.Monde was one of three schools on the East Rand that received trees. In total, 100 trees at a cost of R70 per tree were donated. Gidon Novick, joint CEO (with Eric Venter) of Comair, which runs, and the award-winning CEO of Food and Trees for Africa, Jeunesse Park, were in attendance at the is inviting its passengers and the public at large to support the campaign. Since December 2007 passengers booking with have had the opportunity to contribute to the project by adding between R10 and R200 to their booking fee. To date the airline has raised over R172 000 through online donations. invites anyone who wishes to work with them on this initiative to contact them via the email address on the site.As part of its fight against global warming has also upgraded its fleet. The last of the airline’s old McDonnell Douglas MD82 aircraft took to the skies on 29 February 2008. From the beginning of March passengers have been travelling in the more modern and fuel-efficient Boeing 737-400 craft, which cost R90-million spent R800-million on the upgrade but considers the investment well worth it as fuel costs have been cut by 15% and maintenance costs are lower too. These savings will be passed on to passengers.In addition to being more fuel efficient, the 737-400 aircraft are quieter and more environmentally friendly than the previous fleet. The noise reduction and low fuel consumption of the 737-400 are largely due to its superior engine.The South African situationSouth Africa is the biggest culprit on the African continent with regard to greenhouse gas emissions, although compared to some Western countries its emissions are modest. The latest data available from the International Energy Agency reveals that in 2005 South Africa released 330.34 million tons of CO2 into the atmosphere. By contrast, in the same year the US was responsible for the emission of a whopping 5 816.96 million tons of CO2.The Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT) says the major culprits in South Africa are energy industries such as Eskom, the country’s national power supplier, general industry, and transport.However, the country is addressing these problems through, among other interventions, a national Climate Change Response Strategy document, which was compiled in 2004 as the government’s official response to the threat of climate change.The document addresses issues that have been identified as priorities for dealing with climate change in South Africa. Strategies for dealing with these issues include adapting to climate change; developing a sustainable energy programme; implementing an integrated response by various relevant government departments; keeping a record of greenhouse gases; accessing and managing financial resources; and research, education, and training.The South African government has also appointed a national committee on climate change which meets four times a year. Its primary function is to advise the minister of environmental affairs on matters relating to climate change and the way in which major national stakeholders can act against it.There is also a government committee on climate change which advises the DEAT sub-directorate dealing with climate change and ozone layer protection. Both committees work around the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol – the chief instrument for tackling global climate change.These are the initiatives at national and government level, while organisations such as Food and Trees for Africa and all contribute to the fight through their own programmes.Clamping down on aircraft carbon emissionsAircraft CO2 emissions continue to be a source of global concern. The European Union (EU) is fighting to impose quotas on airlines for CO2, proposing that these quotas be implemented from 2011. These restrictions will apply to both EU and foreign airline operators. It has also recommended that airlines operating in the EU should pay a fine should their carbon emissions rise above their current levels.In November 2007 EU legislators voted to strengthen a plan to cap carbon emissions from aircraft flying to and from Europe. The proposal centres on an existing carbon credit trading system that is already in existence, whereby industrial companies that exceed emission limits set by governments are required to purchase credits. The EU uses this system to control its emissions target under the Kyoto Protocol. The current system gives exemption to airlines but a proposal has now been submitted to include them.Needless to say the proposal has been shot down by the airline industry in general. But the European Parliament argues that including airlines in Europe’s carbon trading system would set an important precedent that could be emulated by other countries.Do you have queries or comments about this article? Email Janine Erasmus at linksKulula.comFood and Trees for AfricaFederated Hospitality Association of South AfricaIndalo YethuEnviropaediaThe GreenSkies AllianceInternational Energy Agency – South AfricaDepartment of Environmental Affairs – South Africa’s greenhouse gas emissionsDepartment of Environmental Affairs – climate change pagesCarbon PlanetCHOC – the Childhood Cancer Foundation of South AfricaCow Paradelast_img read more

  • Is Juicero’s failure a warning to future investment in connected products?

    first_imgSmall Business Cybersecurity Threats and How to… Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You… Related Posts Tags:#Bosch#connected home#featured#hardware#IFA#IFA2017#juicero#Keurig#LG#MWCA17#Samsung#smart home center_img Follow the Puck When you consider the trajectory of connected home innovation, it’s easy to see that the big wins have been more infrastructural elements like connected lighting, utilities, and alarms rather than homewares. Particularly when investors seem compelled to invest in products as ridiculous as Juicero.In short, Juicero sold a $700 juicer with $5 pouches of fruit with a corresponding app. It sounds like the kind of product I like to laugh about on Kickstarter  — and often do —  yet a plethora of big-player investors put money into it, including GV (formerly Google Ventures), Nest co-founder Matt Rogers, First Beverage Group and Campbell’s Soup, to the tune of $118 million.I really started laughing when it was revealed that the juice could be squeezed from pouch without even needing a machine, just a pair of hands. Unsurprisingly, the company announced its closure of sales last week.Really, VCs? Why Juicero?It’s worth pulling the issues apart here. Firstly, VCs see consumer hardware as a compelling. David Krane, a partner at GV told the New York Times that Juicero was “the most complicated business that I’ve ever funded. It’s software. It’s consumer electronics. It’s produce and packaging.” Was he simply seduced by a shiny prototype that promised much but failed to deliver?I think it’s more likely to be the push of the repeat customer subscription-as-a-service model of Juicero. Products like Keurig and Nespresso set a precedence, particular where machines could only use certain brands. Campbells even tried a soup range with Keurig in 2013 but discontinued it in 2016 due to poor sales. Yet the idea must have persisted, a least in investors minds. Perhaps they were hoping to claw onto some of the pre-packaged market space as Amazon/Wholefoods are trying to turn people loyal to fresh door delivered produce?Innovation — not just newcomers but also the old guardThe bigger part of the whole issue is that a lot of innovation in hardware is coming from big, traditional companies and there’s the temptation to find hardware created by smaller companies like iRobot — the maker of Roomba — and Dyson — famous for their vacuum cleaner tech. It’s clear that while white goods, for example, can be accused of being dinosaurs of the tech space, the innovation is there.At last week’s IFA 2017 in Berlin, Samsung unveiled the WW8800M washing machine embedded with technology that cuts washing time by 50% and energy use by 20% without compromising the cleaning performance.They describe it as “IoT-ready” and it’s embedded with an AI-powered laundry assistant that enables consumers to manage a laundry finishing time, automatic recommendations for optimal wash cycles based on the information such as color, fabric type, and degree of soiling and remote monitoring to proactively alert users about potential problems and providing quick troubleshooting support.And then, there’s Bosch’s X-Spect, a handheld scanning device with the ability to identify the fabric composition of clothing and other materials as well as up to four different kinds of stains. According to Bosch’s Dr. Arndt von Bieren, the Head of Advanced Sensor and Food Technologies, the device can also measure the nutritional content of a piece of food:“The core technology is based on two optical scanners. The scanner itself transmits its readings to the cloud, where an algorithm then determines what the scanner is looking at. The data then travels back to the scanner, and from there you can send it to a connected Bosch appliance.”Perhaps the oddest home tech I can across was Pansonic’s robotic fridge. For those who might find a full faced robot too scary, the Panasonic fridge is on wheels. It can map and navigate your home autonomously and responds to voice commands such as “Come to the living room,” or “Go to the kitchen table.” It also retains data about every item in the fridge and makes appropriate beverage suggestions. It’s only a prototype right now, but like the washing machine and stain scanning device, it shows that innovation is alive and well in the hardware offerings of traditional companies, not just new players.Bringing consumer and company closerAny white good or big home appliance is part of a company to consumer relationship that might last ten years or more. It’s not just about a warranty, as connected appliances will be updated, security patched and repaired remotely. Then, of course, there are potential peripheral relationships with food and laundry retailers and cooking equipment companies, as the sheer volume of data that the devices can produce will have a big influence on their development decisions.Big players are leading the way here (for example last year’s launches of smart fridges by LG and Samsung.) Sure, the prices were and are prohibitively high for the majority of us, but innovation has a way of trickling down — Think of how many vacuum robots are on the market now.VCs want to be ready for the next big thing in home hardware and while the Juicero was possibly the worst example, the underpinning motivations were sound in regard to how we buy products, and their subscription supplements, and the changing nature of consumer relationships with both our connected home products and the companies that fill them. Cate Lawrencelast_img read more

  • 5 Reasons Your Deal Isn’t Closing

    first_img Get the Free eBook! Want to master cold calling? Download my free eBook! Many would have you believe that cold calling is dead, but the successful have no fear of the phone; they use it to outproduce their competitors. Download Now Deal stuck? Here’s why.It’s Still a LeadYou don’t close a lead. You only close opportunities. The reason that you can’t (and won’t) close some of the deal in your pipeline is because they are still only leads. In order to convert a lead to an opportunity, your prospective client has to agree to explore changing. They have to agree there is a reason to change and that they need to change now (or very soon, anyway).If you want to close, do the work necessary to convert a lead into a real opportunity. A sales meeting doesn’t necessarily equal an opportunity.You Haven’t Gained the Necessary CommitmentsSelling is really only two things: conversations and commitments. The reason a lot of opportunities don’t close after they are created is because the salesperson is good at the conversation part, but hasn’t acquired all of the necessary commitments.You need a commitment for time, the commitment to explore, the commitment to change, the commitment to collaborate, the commitment to build consensus, the commitment to invest, a commitment to review your plan, a commitment to resolve concerns, the commitment to decide, and the commitment to execute.If you want to close, gain all of the necessary smaller commitments between target and close.You Haven’t Made a Compelling Enough CaseYour opportunity isn’t going to close unless and until you make a compelling case for change. Change is difficult, messy, and time-consuming. Your dream clients trust their existing problems more than they trust you or the change that you present.You need to help your prospective client understand the high price they will pay if they don’t change. The status quo is comfortable. You have to make uncomfortable and unsustainable. What does your prospective client risk by not changing? Do they lose their competitive position? Do they lose market share? Will they lose clients if they don’t change? How much will it cost them in new opportunities?If you want to close, build the case for change.You Haven’t Got ConsensusLook at the opportunities in your pipeline right now. How many contacts do you have attached to each opportunity? If you have only one contact, you aren’t positioned to win an opportunity. If you have only two contacts, you are doing a little better, but I am skeptical that you can win the opportunity.I used to say, “More and more, decisions are made by consensus.” I no longer say “more and more.” Decisions are made by consensus. Period. If you are going to close an opportunity, you are going to have to help build that consensus. Do you know all of the people on the real buying committee? Do you know the people who get to weigh in, even if they aren’t formally represented in the process?Getting to yes means getting a consensus to change and a consensus to choose you.You Haven’t Resolved Your Client’s ConcernsToo many opportunities end in a “no decision” because the prospective client has unresolved concerns.Your prospective client is worried they’re spending too much money. They’re worried about their credibility should you fail. They’re worried about their team’s ability to execute and how committed they will be. They’re worried about disrupting their organization. At the end of their buying journey, they have to deal with these fears. Either you are there to help them by resolving their concerns or you increase the likelihood of a “no decision.”Your opportunity is risk until you do the work to resolve your dream client’s concerns.last_img read more

  • Charges Laid Against Racist Edmonton Woman Who Shouted Slurs At Indo-Canadian

    first_imgPolice have laid charges against a racist Edmonton woman, who was seen in a video hurling a racist tirade against an Indo-Canadian man in south Edmonton.Angelique Barfield was arrested and released on Sept. 15. She has been charged with causing a disturbance for the rant and mischief for allegedly spitting on , Rahul Kumar’s vehicle.Read it at The Link Paper Related Itemslast_img