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Calicanto House / REA Studio

first_imgPhotographs:  Cesar Bejar CopyHouses•Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico Photographs 2019 “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/949807/calicanto-house-rea-studio Clipboard CopyAbout this officeREA StudioOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesNuevo VallartaOn FacebookMexicoPublished on October 25, 2020Cite: “Calicanto House / REA Studio” [Casa Calicanto / REA Studio] 25 Oct 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogSinkshansgroheBathroom Mixers – LogisVinyl Walls3MExterior Vinyl Finish – DI-NOC™ StonePartitionsSkyfoldWhere to Increase Flexibility in SchoolsTiles / Mosaic / GresiteCupa PizarrasVentilated Facade – CUPACLAD UprightGlassLAMILUXGlass Roof PR60ConcreteKrytonCrystalline Waterproofing – KIMSkylightsVELUX CommercialAtrium Longlight Skylights in ExperimentariumMetal PanelsLorin IndustriesAnodized Aluminum – Copper FinishesStonesFranken-SchotterWall Covering & CladdingWindowsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Casement Windows – Rabel 8400 Slim Super Thermal PlusSwingsStudio StirlingHanging Chair – BasketWallcovering / CladdingArrigoni WoodsWood Cladding – AcousticMore products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/949807/calicanto-house-rea-studio Clipboard Area:  17000 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects Architects: REA Studio Area Area of this architecture project Year: center_img Calicanto House / REA StudioSave this projectSaveCalicanto House / REA Studio Calicanto House / REA Studio Houses “COPY” Lead Architects: Fco. Javier Espinoza de los Monteros, Adolfo de la Torre, Francisco González, Cinthia Gutiérrez. City:Nuevo VallartaCountry:MexicoMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Cesar BejarRecommended ProductsLouversAccoyaAccoya® Wood for Shutters and LouvresPaintLunawoodThermowood – Premium Surface FinishingDoorsVitrocsaGlass Technology in Hotel BeaulacDoorspanoramah!®ah! PivotText description provided by the architects. Calicanto House was an exercise in reinterpreting a single-family home within a gated community in Mexico, based on the opportunity to change the usual “restrictions” requested in this model of urbanization, normally in front of and behind the private plots. In this case, negotiations were held with the municipal authorities to remove the rear restriction, bringing the construction to the boundary of the land. As a result, a large central courtyard was generated, which is the articulating element of the project.Save this picture!© Cesar BejarThe views of the living spaces were immersed to the central courtyard, which is the area of greatest coexistence for the inhabitants due to the excellent tropical climate of Nuevo Vallarta, Jalisco that encourages you to sunbathe and enjoy the pool every month of the year. The dwelling provides a stereotomic aspect on the outside and tectonic aspect on the inside, being the patio a transition between both of them. As well as a visual and auditive connector with the rest of the development due to its location adjacent to the street. The lattice that divides them inspires the permanence of the users and attracts views from the neighbours. The simplicity of the project seeks to be its greatest strength, keeping in mind to do more with less. Since it is a holiday home, few materials and colors were used to motivate the enjoyment of the architectural spaces, but also to generate lower maintenance costs.Save this picture!© Cesar BejarSave this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!© Cesar BejarAnother strategy is that the wet areas are located within a single axis, making it easy to execute. This project reviews the basic concepts of housing and especially the importance of rethinking the guidelines established for construction in Mexico, which in many cases are not ideal for obtaining the best results.Save this picture!© Cesar BejarSave this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Cesar BejarProject gallerySee allShow lessCarmelo560 Building / OYTO Arquitetura, Planejamento e ConstruçãoSelected ProjectsHow We Change the Earth: Human Transformations on the Planet as Seen from AboveArticles Share ArchDaily Mexico Save this picture!© Cesar Bejar+ 16Curated by Clara Ott Sharelast_img read more

Coronavirus updates: Mayor urges Trump to help NYC ‘get back on our feet

first_imgnarvikk/iStock(NEW YORK) — More than 2 million have been infected with the novel coronavirus worldwide as the pandemic continues to affect every aspect of people’s lives. The global death toll stands at more than 138,000 people, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. The actual numbers are believed to be much higher due to a number of deaths in which a person is not tested for the virus.Many municipalities have begun counting probably deaths caused by COVID-19, including New York City, the epicenter of the disease in the United States.The U.S. has more deaths and cases than any country in the world, with more than 639,000 diagnosed cases and at least 30,990 deaths.Here’s how the news is developing Thursday. All times Eastern:10:30 a.m.: NYC expected to lose $7.4 billion in tax revenueIn New York City — hit the hardest by the pandemic in the U.S. — 386 people suspected of having coronavirus were admitted to hospitals on Tuesday, which was up from 370 on Monday.The city’s ICUs had 887 patients on Tuesday, up from 868 Monday, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.And of the New Yorkers tested for the coronavirus on Tuesday, 55% were positive — up from 53% on Monday.De Blasio warned Wednesday that New York City is expected to lose $7.4 billion in tax revenue over the current and next fiscal year.De Blasio urged President Donald Trump to help New York City get “back on our feet” by providing funds through the next government stimulus.“If you lead, the Senate will follow,” de Blasio said in a message to Trump.Meanwhile, the mayor said 11,000 free hotel rooms are being provided for New Yorkers who need to quarantine.The rooms will be open to health care workers, the homeless and some living in overcrowded households who cannot socially distance.Referrals will begin on April 22 through hospitals and community health providers.9 a.m.: Japan declares nationwide state of emergencyJapanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday expanded a state of emergency from seven prefectures to all 47 prefectures in the nation in an attempt to prevent COVID-19 from spreading further. Tokyo, Osaka and five other prefectures had been under a state of emergency since April 7. Japanese authorities plan to ease restrictions on May 6. Japan has 8,626 diagnosed COVID-19 cases and 178 fatalities, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins. This includes figures from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, which was forced to dock in Japan when an outbreak on the ship spread.8:20 a.m.: 17 bodies found at NJ nursing home hit by virusThe state of New Jersey will begin investigating the Andover Rehabilitation nursing home in Sussex County after a number of bodies were removed this week.According to police, the first clue was a request for 25 body bags.Investigators initially discovered five bodies in the facility’s holding area.In subsequent days they were tipped off to a body being stored in a shed. No bodies were seen in the shed but investigators then found another 12 bodies in the holding area. 6:38 a.m.: CDC to tour processing plant where hundreds tested positiveSouth Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem announced that Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials are on the ground in Sioux Falls and will tour a Smithfield Foods plant Thursday “in partnership with state and local officials,” Noem said.There’s been 518 Smithfield employees who have tested positive for novel coronavirus as well as 126 cases of nonemployees that became infected due to an employee, according to the South Dakota Department of Health.Noem said the state is “aggressively testing” employees and those they have come into contact with “and as soon as possible getting them into isolation.”The governor added she’s working with federal officials and Smithfield leaders “on a plan to safely reopen the plant to get it back online to bring some relief not only to our egg producers, but to make sure we’re continuing to secure our nation’s food supply.”5:01 a.m.: Trump to discuss coronavirus with G-7 leadersPresident Donald Trump is set to discuss the coronavirus pandemic with G-7 leaders in a conference call on Thursday morning.He will be joined by the leaders of the U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Canada and Japan.Trump last spoke with the group as a whole on a conference call on March 16. Much has changed in the world since then, when fewer than 100 people had died in the U.S.The U.S. was set to host this year’s G-7, which was to be held at Camp David in June, before Trump canceled the gathering three days after that last videoconference in March.3:55 a.m.: Harry, Meghan help at LA nonprofitDuchess Meghan and Prince Harry spent a second day helping out at Project Angel Food, a charity in Los Angeles that feeds people too sick to do so themselves.Those facing a hard time during the coronavirus pandemic are being helped with food by the nonprofit.The nonprofit was founded by former presidential candidate Marianne Williamson originally to deal with helping those with HIV/AIDS.Meghan decided to help on Easter Sunday, and then again on Wednesday, after her mom, Doria Ragland, said the group was in need of volunteers.  Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

AEP seeks regulatory approval for 400MW of solar

first_imgAEP seeks regulatory approval for 400MW of solar FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Renewables Now:U.S. utility American Electric Power Company Inc said Thursday its unit in Ohio is seeking the green light from the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) for 400 MW of new solar capacity.Through a request for proposals (RfP), AEP Ohio has awarded power purchase agreements (PPAs) to Hecate Energy Highland LLC’s 300-MW Highland Solar project and a 100-MW scheme by Willowbrook Solar LLC. Both will be built in the Appalachian region in Highland County and both are expected to be operational by the end of 2021, pending regulatory approvals.The solar parks are estimated to save customers USD 200 million (EUR 171m) over the life of the fixed-price renewable energy purchase agreements, when taking into account the projected cost of power in the future.AEP Ohio yesterday filed with the PUCO its proposal to support the development of these photovoltaic (PV) projects, one of which would be the state’s largest once built. The commission is to evaluate the proposal and issue a decision before construction of the power plants can begin.According to the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), Ohio has just 182 MW of solar capacity, but annual capacity additions are expected to jump to some 170 MW in 2020 and keep rising in the years that follow.AEP Ohio in November 2016 pledged to support 500 MW of wind and 400 MW of solar capacity in Ohio so as to please opponents of an eight-year off-take contract tied to coal-fired power plants.More: AEP Ohio seeks PUCO nod for 400 MW of solar PPAslast_img read more

Beyond the pandemic risk series [Part 1]: Pandemic-related lending portfolio risks

first_img This post is currently collecting data… This is placeholder text continue reading » Is your credit union worried about how to handle the uptick in uninsured collateral and delinquencies? Hear how to adopt proactive, borrower-friendly strategies to better predict and manage these pandemic-related portfolio risks.Key Takeaways:[08:05] The most critical data that you can get your hands on would be any data that would provide you early indicators that there is going to be a delinquency issue. [10:35] One non-negotiable is that credit unions have a monitoring program that allows them to understand your risk exposure at any point in time.  [13:57] Right now we can’t under-score social media; because we all interact virtually, there is a lot of good analytic and trending data that can be provided via social media. As long as you are doing that in a compliant and appropriate manner. center_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Appear to be no end to Trump’s crassness

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion Donald Trump is catching flak from veterans groups for using Memorial Day to honor his presidency.“Happy Memorial Day,” the draft dodging Donnie wrote on Twitter. “Those who died for our great country would be very happy and proud at how well our country is doing today.”To add to the stench of his remark, the Official Trump Store promoted a 25 percent off Memorial Day sale of their Chinese-made trumpery featuring pictures of a Trump-Pence Navy towel, Make America Great Again baseball cap, Trump-Pence flag, beer koozies and sunglasses holders. How much lower can he go? I’m sure he will show us come the 4th of July.For the record, I served two years in the U.S. Army, and that included a tour in Vietnam.Walter WokSummitMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?last_img read more

Ruthless All Blacks teach Wallabies lesson in Bledisloe Cup opener

first_img Support The Guardian Since you’re here… Share on LinkedIn Topics Reuse this content Read more Share on Messenger Share via Email … we have a small favour to ask. More people, like you, are reading and supporting the Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many news organisations, we made the choice to keep our reporting open for all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford to pay.The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We hope you will consider supporting us today. We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism that’s open and independent. Every reader contribution, however big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Rugby union All Blacks beat Wallabies in Bledisloe Cup/Rugby Championship opener – as it happened It was the worst crowd for a Bledisloe Cup Test in Sydney since they started playing at the 2000 Olympic venue in Homebush, but it was slightly better than some feared it might be, which unthinkably, was sub-50,000.The All Blacks led 40-6 at half-time, setting a record for the most number of points they have scored against the Wallabies in a first-half. Australian five-eighth Bernard Foley opened the scoring with a penalty goal in the fourth minute after the All Blacks failed to roll away from the tackled player in their 22.But the All Blacks soon exploited a weakness in the Wallabies’ short-side defence. Flanker Liam Squire scored the first try of the game in the ninth minute after finishing an attacking movement on the left hand side with Wallabies winger Henry Speight rushing out of the line in the midfield to create an overlap.Foley edged the Wallabies closer, 7-6, with another penalty goal in the 16th minute after the All Blacks collapsed a scrum. But the visitors then blew the game apart, scoring 33 unanswered points in the next 24 minutes.Ioane scored his first try in the 17th minute in the left hand corner after getting around Wallabies fullback Israel Folau. He was over again three minutes later, scoring a classic All Blacks try off turnover ball. A pass from Wallabies captain Michael Hooper to halfback Will Genia went to ground and the ball was scooped up by Crotty, who put Ioane away.Crotty scored in the 24th minute. Five-eighth Beauden Barrett looped around lock Brodie Retallick and slipped a pass to Crotty. By this point the Wallabies had already missed 27 tackles. Sonny Bill Williams scored in the 33rd minute, crashing over between rugby league convert Curtis Rona and Speight.Crotty collected his double on the stroke of half-time after receiving a cut-out pass from halfback Aaron Smith and darting over. And All Blacks fullback Damian McKenzie scored his first Test try in the 42nd minute to effectively put an end to any chance of a Wallabies comeback win.All Blacks winger Ben Smith scored in the 47th minute after taking an inside ball from Aaron Smith, while Rona, replacement centre Tevita Kuridrani, centre Kurtley Beale and Folau scored consolation tries for the Wallabies, but even that was too little too late.All Blacks coach Steve Hansen praised the team’s performance in the first 50 minutes as “pretty special,” but they were then “seduced” by the scoreboard. “The first 50 minutes was probably as good as rugby as you’ll see and the last 30 was probably the ugliest,” Hansen said.“We got a little seduced by the scoreboard and went away from the fundamentals of what we wanted to do. It’s about concentrating right now on what we did really, really well. That first 50 minutes was pretty special.”The Wallabies now travel to Dunedin where they will try to level the series on Saturday night. If it is any consolation the last time the Wallabies won in New Zealand was in Dunedin, but that was in 2001. Share on Pinterest Share on Twittercenter_img Australia rugby union team Share on Facebook New Zealand rugby union team match reports Sign up to the Breakdown for the latest rugby union news The All Blacks out-scored the Wallabies eight tries to four in their 54-34 win, setting a new record for points against Australia in a game which produced the second highest combined number of points, 88, in a Tri Nations/Rugby Championship Test. All Blacks Winger Rieko Ioane and centre Ryan Crotty both collected doubles.Instead of lifting spirits, the Wallabies’ defeat just created more despair to go with the gloom of Australia’s 0-26 win-loss record against Kiwi opposition in Super Rugby and the culling of the Western Force.Wallabies coach Michael Cheika lamented the team’s woeful defence. “It was pretty plain to see that our defence wasn’t good enough,” Cheika said. “The adherence to the way we wanted to defend plus the tackling itself. It’s got to be better. The first part of the game is not the level we can be at, at all. Not in any game, let alone a game against them.“It’s not attitude. It’s maybe that little bit of doubt creeps in. When something goes against you early and we have been preparing a certain way, a little bit of doubt creeps in and causes some of the problems. Points should be coming. We have an attacking type of team so we should be scoring points, but you’ve got to have both sides of the game.”Australian rugby desperately needed a Wallabies win to arrest the alarming decline of the game. Yet few truly thought they could win, certainly not the fans. A crowd of only 54,846 showed up and a lot of supporters were Kiwis or, say it quietly, dual citizens. The large number of black coats, jumpers and jackets darkened the mood. Bledisloe Cup Read more Australia sport Rugby Championship There was hope it would be the start of something big, the resuscitation of Australian rugby no less – a Wallabies-led recovery which would bring the game in this country back from a near death experience. But it turned out to be a sad, forlorn longing, crushed by the weight of 23 men in black.Some claimed there were cracks in the All Blacks’ armour. Sex scandals, bugging dramas and even a spelling crisis, but the only cracks were in the Wallabies’ defence. 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9 months ago​Cardiff manager Warnock: I still want striker signing

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say ​Cardiff manager Warnock: I still want striker signingby Ansser Sadiq9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveCardiff boss Neil Warnock is still hopeful that he will be able to sign a striker this month.The veteran boss knows that is side must score more goals if they are to remain in the Premier League, having only netted 19 in 21 games so far.”I’d still like another striker, even with the lads that are here, because something like this might happen again,” Warnock said in his press conference. “We’re very thin on the ground in that area and we’ve got to try and get more goals into the team.”Cardiff are only a place and two points off the drop zone. last_img read more

12 days agoBrighton striker Aaron Connolly mixed emotions for Republic of Ireland debut

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Brighton striker Aaron Connolly mixed emotions for Republic of Ireland debutby Paul Vegas12 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBrighton striker Aaron Connolly was left frustrated with his Republic of Ireland debut.The 19-year-old Albion striker went off the bench with just 11 minutes remaining of the Euro 2020 qualifier in Georgia.He had two chances to score, forcing a solid save from keeper Giorgi Loria and then firing into the side-netting in a cameo which lit up an otherwise attritional 0-0 Group D draw in Tbilisi.Connolly said: “Like every striker, I feel I have to score that at 0-0 in a game like that. I should have scored. It’s disappointing, but I feel proud as well.”The confidence levels are quite high because of last week (scoring twice against Tottenham) and I felt if I came on, I would make an impact.”I feel like I did but I feel like I should have scored as well. It’s disappointing.” last_img read more

4-Star Penn State Commit Shane Simmons Tweets Turtle Emoji, PSU Fans Freak Out

first_imgShane Simmons Tweets an image of a turtle.Shane Simmons TweetThe college football recruiting Twitter world is a place full of top-10 lists, little humility and cryptic emojis. Avoid it at all costs, if you can. There are times when you can’t avoid it, though. Like when a recruit committed to a school tweets something about another school, causing a semi-freakout among fan bases. That happened today. Shane Simmons, a four-star linebacker in the 2016 class committed to Penn State, tweeted a turtle emoji, something often used by Maryland players and fans.  — Shane Simmons (@Shizzeee_) May 17, 2015 He then retweeted the following tweet from four-star quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr., who committed to Maryland on Friday.#ShizzeeeToUMD  @Shizzeee_— Dwayne Haskins, Jr. (@dh_simba7) May 17, 2015 Then Penn State fans reacted. @Shizzeee_ Booooooo!!!— E (@We_Are_Penn_St) May 17, 2015 @Shizzeee_ what’s up with the turtle emoji— Justin Muffley (@muffley10) May 17, 2015 @Shizzeee_ PSU is where it’s at— Justin Muffley (@muffley10) May 17, 2015 @Shizzeee_ He’s making fun of them…they don’t even realize it.— Brian Richards (@fuzz3307) May 17, 2015 @We_Are_Penn_St @Shizzeee_ hes making fun of Maryland lol— David (@DFi5her) May 17, 2015 @Shizzeee_ #TheMovement pic.twitter.com/9pvCyGJfZD— SaulGoodman (@Linebacker_U) May 17, 2015 @dh_simba7 @Shizzeee_ Hells No! Let every man decide his path and do not judge or scorn him for it. #WeAre!!— R. Robert Garcia (@TexasTrinity) May 17, 2015 @dh_simba7 @Shizzeee_ why would he want to play for a bunch of losers. What has Maryland ever won. Oh yeah they win at disrespect— Andrew Ball (@PhileePhan) May 17, 2015 Simmons was considering Maryland at the time of his commitment to Penn State. Now that Haskins is on board with the Terps, many recruiting analysts believe other top in-state prospects will follow. Simmons, a Hyattsville, Md., native, could be one of them.last_img read more

Former CAP employee wants Federal Court to hear sexual harassment complaint against

first_imgBy Jorge BarreraAPTN National NewsOTTAWA–A former female employee of an Aboriginal organization is asking the Federal Court to overturn a Human Rights Commission decision to dismiss a sexual harassment complaint against Conservative Senator Patrick Brazeau, according to a court document.Brazeau was the head of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) before he was appointed to the Senate by Prime Minister Stephen Harper.CAP deals primarily with non-status, off reserve First Nations and Metis issues.The former employee, Alisa Lombard, filed the application on Friday, the last day before a 30 day window to contest the commission’s ruling expired.According to the application, Lombard alleges she was sexually harassed by Brazeau in December 2007 and January 2008.Brazeau responded to the Federal Court filing on Twitter.“I certainly hope you get all the facts on this story, including how often the complainant has introduced complaints and lost,” tweeted Brazeau, who goes by the handle TheBrazman.Lombard is representing herself in the case. She has completed law school and expects to be called to the bar on June 21, National Aboriginal Day.The Federal Court application for a judicial review seeks to overturn the commission’s ruling dismissing the complaint without a hearing because it fell outside of its jurisdiction. Lombard argues that the commission erred in law when it made the decision.The commission handed down the ruling on March 30, and delivered the decision to Lombard on April 3.“The commission incorrectly, unfairly and unreasonably dismissed the complaint on the basis that the complaint was beyond its jurisdiction,” said the document. “The commission based its decision on an incorrect and unreasonable analysis of CAP’s nature and normal and habitual activities.”The commission originally agreed to deal with the complaint on Nov. 3, 2010, after a year-long submission process, the document said.Lombard originally filed her complaint against Brazeau and CAP with the commission in October 2009, after the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal dismissed it on jurisdictional grounds, “favouring federal jurisdiction,” the document said.Lombard turned to the human rights bodies following an internal CAP investigation of the complaint by a firm hired by the organization.The investigation concluded that no sexual harassment occurred, but did find “inappropriate behaviour by (Brazeau), including a clearly unwanted and rebuffed ‘inappropriate and stupid’ physical advance, the document stated.Lombard, who participated in the investigation, said she felt it “inadequately addressed her complaint.”David Langtry, chief commissioner with the Canadian Human Rights Commission, dismissed the complaint arguing that labour law fell under provincial jurisdiction.He also found that because CAP’s primary role involved lobbying and “political activities,” it was not “integrally tied to the Indian Act, status, Aboriginal rights” and therefore not a federal issue.Lombard argues in the document that the commission failed to “recognize the unique constitutional position of Aboriginal peoples in Canada” and “ongoing litigation respecting jurisdiction over Metis and non-status Indians.”The commission also erred by “refusing to hear a complaint where it was not ‘plain and obvious’ that there is not a prima facie case of discrimination, thereby precluding the complainant from any adjudication of the complaint on the merits, creating an egregious miscarriage of justice.”Lombard and CAP reached a settlement on the matter in March of this year, the document [email protected]last_img read more