SGB Sports Tue, 21 Jun 2022 15:26:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 SGB Sports 32 32 RCMP name 2 suspects wanted in connection with La Ronge shooting Tue, 21 Jun 2022 14:44:33 +0000

RCMP continue to search for two men believed to be armed and dangerous who are wanted on charges of attempted murder and obstruction after officers were allegedly shot dead near a La Ronge home on Sunday.

Both men are wanted in connection with a Sunday shooting that prompted the RCMP to issue an emergency alert La Ronge, Air Ronge, Lac La Ronge and surrounding areas.

La Ronge is approximately 300 kilometers northeast of Saskatoon.

RCMP say they were shot at during the incident and a bullet hit the windshield of one of their police trucks.

Terrance Daigneault, 29, who also goes by the name Terrance Kenny, faces multiple charges, including two counts of attempted murder with a firearm.

The RCMP has issued an arrest warrant for 29-year-old Terrance Daigneault. According to the police, Daigneault should be considered armed and dangerous. (RCMP)

Police say the public should view him as armed and dangerous and should not be approached.

According to the RCMP, Daigneault is about five-foot-eight and weighs 180 pounds and has a tattoo on his right forearm that reads “no regrets” and another on his right hand that reads “Kenny.”

According to the police, Daigneault could be injured.

In addition to attempted murder, Daigneault faces the following charges:

  • Two counts of discharging a firearm with intent.

  • Possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

  • Two counts of unauthorized possession of a firearm.

  • Unauthorized possession of a firearm in a motor vehicle.

  • Two heads of hindrance.

  • Failing to comply with a release order.

Police are also looking for Allan Sanderson, 36, of La Ronge.

Allan Sanderson is charged with obstruction and possession of a firearm in a motor vehicle in connection with Sunday’s shooting. (RCMP)

Sanderson is about five-foot-four, weighs 134 pounds, has brown eyes and black hair.

Sanderson is charged with obstruction and unauthorized possession of a firearm in a motor vehicle.

According to police, the men are known to frequent Saskatoon, La Ronge, Ile-a-la-Crosse, Beauval and Buffalo Narrows. They do not know if the two men are together or if they have a vehicle.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the suspects is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Europe Automotive Coatings Market Size Will Exceed $5 Billion By Tue, 21 Jun 2022 07:23:33 +0000

Pune, India, June 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

According to a recent industry report presented by Graphical Research, the European automotive coatings market is expected to register its name in the billion-dollar fraternity within seven years, surpassing $5 billion in revenue by 2026.

The growing trend towards vehicle restoration and the use of custom coatings is expected to boost the market forecast. The automotive industry is undoubtedly the flagship of European production. For decades, European automobiles have combined cutting-edge engineering with aesthetic flair to produce world-class machines.

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Some of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of automotive coatings in Europe. European automotive coatings market the size is expected to exceed USD 5 billion through 2026. Below are the four factors shaping industry trends:

Improved electrocoating product capabilities

In 2019, the electrocoat segment generated more than USD 870 million for the automotive coatings industry in Europe. The use of electroplating has increased in the automotive sector due to its potential to provide faster and more efficient coating capabilities. Electroplating, often referred to as e-coating, is a type of dip painting that uses an electric current to adhere the paint to the car body.

E-Coating is used by major automotive manufacturers due to its ability to paint complex shaped parts and provide film consistency. For example, Maserati, the premium vehicle division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), was building a paint shop at its headquarters in Modena, Italy, for a variety of electric models.

Commercial OEM end use to increase on all electric vehicles

Share of automotive coating industry in Europe of the commercial OEM segment was worth over $1 billion in 2019. It could grow at a CAGR of 4.5% through 2026. European OEMs are beginning to restructure their coatings and other manufacturing processes in anticipation of an increase significant in the demand for electric cars. (EV) and hybrid car sales. This has led to an increased demand for automotive paint for commercial vehicle applications.

Regional manufacturers are investing in efficient coatings processes to benefit from reduced costs, reduced waste, and reduced emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) to air pollutants. Another important aspect is the need to follow digitalization and automation in order to maintain the stature of the European automotive industry. Volkswagen, Europe’s largest automaker, has transformed an entire factory in Germany, including a paint shop, to produce around 300,000 electric vehicles each year.

Traction on the base layers segment

The market share of automotive coatings in Europe in the basecoat segment was valued at around USD 1.5 billion in 2019. Basecoat is a coloring layer that greatly influences the overall look of the paint finish. The basecoat is the most important paint coat in terms of quantity and it can be applied in three ways: solid, metallic or pearlescent. Solid base coats are colored and have no shiny effects; they are mainly used on utility vehicles. Metallic basecoats provide a shiny, lustrous look that solid basecoats do not.

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Growing demand for water-based coatings

The waterborne automotive coatings market size is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 5% between 2020 and 2026 in Europe. Water-based automotive coatings are becoming increasingly popular among car manufacturers, due to the growing emphasis on reducing the use of volatile organic compounds, which are harmful to the environment. These coatings are also beneficial in terms of improving air quality and reducing health risks. Due to these advantages, the use of water-based automotive paints has increased dramatically, defining a transition in the outlook for the automotive coatings industry in Europe.

The COVID-19 outbreak has had a severe impact on the global automotive sector. With challenges such as the halt in shipments of Chinese spare parts, widespread industrial disruption has become inevitable across Europe. According to the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers, European automotive production fell by an average of 21% in 2020. Despite the slowdown, industry resilience is pushing forecasts for the automotive coatings industry in Europe.

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		Champion Warriors celebrate their fourth title in eight seasons |  Sports News
		Mon, 20 Jun 2022 21:31:00 +0000


By JANIE McCAULEY, AP Sports Writer

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — From the moment all those months ago Klay Thompson pronounced “championship or bust” with his team to an 18-2 start, the Golden State Warriors looked poised to deliver on his lofty proclamation.

It took Thompson finally getting healthy, then Draymond Green and Stephen Curry overcoming their own injuries in the process, and a brilliant youth cast on the big playoff stage for the Warriors to win again.

Coach Steve Kerr and his Warriors champions celebrated Monday with a victory parade through San Francisco as thousands filled the streets on a hot June day and blue and gold confetti fell – with all these new faces this time as well. Players jumped off their respective rides to mingle with fans, Otto Porter Jr. and Thompson dancing and Andrew Wiggins showering fans with champagne.

Curry sported his three previous championship rings on a necklace.

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“I had to bring back the jewelry. I don’t watch it during the year,” Curry told NBC Sports Bay Area.

Golden State won the franchise’s fourth championship in eight years on Thursday night by beating the Boston Celtics 103-90 in the deciding Game 6. Then Finals MVP Curry, Thompson and Green — the three core members of each run at the title, sat down together to celebrate, with Curry cradling the trophy.

And this time, Thompson’s “Holy cannoli, that’s crazy” reaction rang out everywhere. With the Warriors’ victory on the road, home fans had the opportunity to cheer on the team once again on Monday.

“We know what we’re capable of and we’re playing at the highest level,” third-year guard Jordan Poole said Saturday as the players held exit interviews. “We wouldn’t be here if we had any doubts. When you get guys together who can really lock themselves in and do it as a team, power and feeling is everything, it’s crazy. You can kind of feel that positive vibe and positive energy, and we all support each other.

Thompson returned in January after more than 2 and a half years apart following surgery for a torn ACL in his left knee and then another operation on his torn right Achilles tendon. But then Green fell, followed by Curry at the end of the regular season.

Fellow veteran Andre Iguodala, the 2015 NBA Finals MVP who is now 38 and also missed a lot of time, returned to contribute during the playoffs and help Golden State return to the top.

A whole cast of newcomers contributed to this title – from Poole to Wiggins to Gary Payton II.

“This one hits different for sure, just knowing what the last three years have meant, what it’s been from injuries to the changing of the guard in the rosters, Wiggs passing, our young guys believing we could come back to that step and win, even though it didn’t make sense to anyone when we said it, it all matters,” Curry said. “And now we have four championships. Me, Dray, Klay and Andre, we finally got this bad boy. It’s special.

Those new faces are a big reason why this one feels a little different. When Golden State won back-to-back titles in 2017 and 2018 before falling to Toronto the following year, Kevin Durant joined Curry, Green and Thompson as they began to build a dynasty. There have been five consecutive trips to the NBA Finals from 2015 to 2019.

“We had Kevin Durant for three years with that hard core. Those teams were untouchable,” coach Steve Kerr said. “This team has been compared to our first league team in 2015. Maybe there are similarities. It’s still a really talented group of players.

Wiggins, Payton and Porter have all expressed their desire to return to the Warriors, while assistant coach Kenny Atkinson gave up the head coaching job with Charlotte to stay put and try to win another Bay Area title. .

“It’s really special to see guys like Wiggs and Loon and Gary Payton, how far they’ve come, the impact they’ve had, Jordan Poole, the same thing,” Kerr said. “I know I’m going to forget people but it takes a full team effort to do that, and we’ve just had a great group.

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Being poor is expensive; predatory lenders make matters worse Mon, 20 Jun 2022 13:45:35 +0000

Being poor is expensive. Between overdraft fees, ATM fees and credit card interest, big banks and predatory lenders are taking advantage of low-income Canadians.

Recognizing that the pandemic is far from over and that its effects will remain lasting, advocacy organization the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN Canada) conducted a study detailing how high-cost loans (such as payday loans, installment loans, and title loans) are exploiting low-income Canadians at a time of record inflation and great economic uncertainty in the global scale.

ACORN compiled a survey between November 2021 and January 2022, gaining insight into the harms and consequences of predatory lending from 440 people who have experience taking out high interest loans. One in four people said they were pushed into predatory lenders because of pandemic-related financial hardship.

The 52-page report, a combination of data and testimonials, found that more than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, “many people are not seeing their financial situation improve.” An overwhelming majority of participants “expressed concern” about pandemic-related benefits like the Canada Recovery Benefit (CRP) ending or being more exclusive.

The report outlines the many ways lenders exploit customer vulnerabilities, ranging from incompletely explaining the cost of borrowing to “offering loans under the guise of improving credit ratings or attaching insurance to ready to extract more silver”. ACORN concludes that banks are failing the same people who need their services the most, noting that the majority of customers who rely on payday loans were initially rejected by banking institutions. Not only are low-income people often denied bank loans, but they are also charged excessive insufficient funds (NSF) fees, averaging $45. This is in addition to late fees and hidden fees from predatory lenders.

The report also documented a worrying trend: while payday loans remain the most common type of high-cost loan, “installment loans continue to see an increase with an almost equal proportion of people reporting having taken an temperament”.

Installment loans seem attractive to borrowers because payments are spread over a longer period, but ACORN’s report suggests these loans also cause long-term financial pain for people trying to make ends meet.

Less than half of respondents, or 40%, said they had used high-interest loans “once or twice”, while one in four had taken out ten or more loans.

“It reveals the exploitative nature of high-cost lenders, because the goal is not to help people but to ensure that the person who took out a loan is trapped in a vicious cycle of debt,” says the report. “The reasons people are forced to take these loans are to meet basic expenses like rent, groceries, car repairs, etc.”

Part of ACORN Canada’s recommendations would see a fair credit benefit created by provincial or federal governments to help those in financial emergency, providing an alternative to predatory payday loans. The organization also wants the interest rate on installment loans to drop from 60% to 30%. This includes all fees, charges and insurance.

In 2017, more than 6 million Canadians were paying off installment loans of up to $15,000 with interest rates as high as 59.9% (the federal cap is 60%).

One of the report’s case studies documented the experience of Donna Borden, who borrowed $10,000 from CitiFinancial in 2003 after being denied a consolidation loan by her bank.

“After 7 years, Donna had paid $25,000 in interest and still owed $10,000,” the report said. “She was misled into getting $2,600 of insurance on a $10,000 loan and then also paid interest on the insurance. The lender also repeatedly changed the terms of Donna’s loan without telling her and charged her a number of refinance fees.

In 2019, ACORN sent a written submission to the House of Commons ahead of this year’s budget. Among their three recommendations are providing a $10-a-month internet plan to low-income Canadians, modernizing the employment insurance system, and making banking safer by ending predatory lending.

That report noted that nearly one in two Canadian workers live paycheck to paycheque, with millions of workers “at an unforeseen expense” far from “spiraling debt.”

Earlier this month, Nova Scotia Utilities and Review Board (UARB) has reduced the maximum cost of borrowing for payday loans in the province from $19 to $17 per $100. This amount will drop further to $15 per $100 on January 1, 2024. The new regulations, which are due to come into effect on September 1, will also see the maximum interest rate charged on outstanding default balances reduced to 30%. That’s still more than five percent higher interest than the average credit card company.

“Despite numerous comment letters claiming that the payday loan industry would be “shut down” in Nova Scotia or that the maximum cost of borrowing would be significantly reduced, the Commission remains aware that the federal and provincial governments have put in place legislation allowing lenders to offer payday loans to the public,” reads the UARB report.

A flood of big-name K-pop artists are expected to return this summer Mon, 20 Jun 2022 05:05:51 +0000

Super Junior (Label SJ)

Summer is one of the busiest seasons for the K-pop scene, always loaded with refreshing bops for the sweltering heat. Once again this year, the competitive industry welcomes many big-name artists with a new batch of bangers that will find their way into listeners’ summer playlists.

On the list of stars is Super Junior, one of the oldest K-pop boy groups. The group is set to make a big comeback with their 11th full album Vol. 1 “The Road: Keep on Going” on July 12. The album follows February’s single “The Road: Winter for Spring”.

Beginning with “The Road: Keep on Going,” the boy band will also release 11th album Vol. 2 and bound volumes of the album with different album titles, respectively, within the year, according to eight-member agency Label SJ.

K-pop veterans Girls’ Generation will also make a long-awaited comeback in August when they release a new album to celebrate the 15th anniversary of their debut, the group’s agency SM Entertainment said. Further details are yet to be revealed.

All eight members of the girl group will take part in the album, which will be the group’s first release in nearly five years since their sixth studio album “Holiday Night” in August 2017.

Girls' Generation (SM Entertainment)

Girls’ Generation (SM Entertainment)

Four top female K-pop artists who took part in the second season of Mnet’s hit survival program “Queendom” which aired from March to June are also expected to unveil new albums from the end of this month. .

Both Loona and Kep1er are set to release Eps on Monday, titled “Flip That” and “Doublast” respectively. The program’s eventual winner, WJSN, will then take over and release the special single “Sequence” on July 5.

Hyolyn, formerly Sistar, will also be making her return next month.

Aespa will release their first-ever English single “Life’s Too Short” on Friday. The quartet previously performed the song for the first time at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in California in April.

Shortly after the release of “Life’s Too Short,” the foursome will also be releasing their second EP “Girls” on July 8.

The group is also set to perform their new songs and hit the YouTube Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, ahead of their first showcase in Japan on August 6-7.

Itzy (JYP Entertainment)

Itzy (JYP Entertainment)

Itzy will release their 5th mini album “Checkmate” on July 15, before kicking off their first-ever US tour from Seoul in August. The upcoming EP will mark the band’s first release in about 10 months since their full-length debut “Crazy in Love” last September.

Launched in 2019, the girl group has been actively promoting themselves in Korea and Japan. He released hit songs including “Dalla Dalla”, “Icy”, “Wannabe”, “Not Shy” and “In the Morning”. He also reached No. 11 on the Billboard 200 main albums chart with his debut LP.

The mixed group KARD will resume its activities as a full group after J.seph completes his compulsory military service. The four-piece band will release their fifth mini-album “Re:” on Wednesday, more than two years after their last release, “Red Moon,” released in February 2020.

Winner will release a new album next month after a 27-month hiatus. Her third studio album “Remember” was released in April 2020. YG Entertainment hinted at Winner’s full band return by sharing a poster on their social media platforms on Monday. Although more details about the album have yet to be released.

GOT7’s Youngjae will release a second solo mini album “Sugar” on Tuesday. The artist participated in his soon-to-be-released five-track EP, from writing lyrics to composing and arranging. Meanwhile, GOT7 made their group comeback with the self-titled EP “GOT7” in May after a 15-month hiatus.

Stray Kids (Sony Music labels)

Stray Kids (Sony Music labels)

Stray Kids and Twice will release albums separately in Japan. Stray Kids will release their second Japanese EP “Circus” on Wednesday, followed by their latest Japanese EP “All In” in November 2020. Celebrating the fifth anniversary of their debut in Japan, Twice’s fourth Japanese album “Celebrate” is set to be released on July 27. .

Twice’s Nayeon will also be releasing her first album as a solo artist. Her EP “Im Nayeon” will be released on Friday. Sunmi plans to return with a new digital single on June 29. Enhyphen is also set to return with their third mini album “Manifesto: Day 1” on July 4.

Blackpink is preparing for the release of its new album in August, while other K-pop artists, including SF9 and Chungha, are also planning to return to the local music scene next month, according to singer agencies FNC Entertainment and MNH Entertainment, respectively.

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Will not tolerate wrongdoing in the name of activism: CP | Nagpur News Sun, 19 Jun 2022 22:51:00 +0000

Nagpur: City Police (CP) Chief Amitesh Kumar has claimed cops will not let ‘mischief under the guise of political activism’ disturb the public peace, against the backdrop of the former NCP leader and activist Jwala Dhote announcing a commotion outside Bhavan Police, demanding action against MLC Chandrashekhar Bawankule for speaking at a press conference at the police commissioner’s office last week.
Police had recorded a charge against Dhote and his five accomplices at Sadar police station on Saturday for creating a row at Bhavan police as they sought to hold a press conference there like Bawankule. On Sunday, Bawankule issued a press statement refuting allegations that he spoke at a press conference at the CP office.
In the meantime, NCP Chief and Spokesperson, Nutan Rewatkar, along with Shailendra Tiwari and with the support of NCP Town Chairman, Duneshwar Pethe, filed a complaint at Sadar Police Station against Bawankule for taking speaking at the press conference with the police flag behind him at the PC desk. , after the agent’s departure.
Rewatkar said Bawankule had no authority to address the press at the office of the law enforcement agency, with which he is not officially linked.
Kumar landed in a tight spot with two political leaders who object to Bawankule’s impromptu press conference on the sixth floor of Police Bhavan after he delivered a memorandum to the top cop last week demanding action against the Congress leader. Shaikh Hussain for his “derogatory” speech against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“The police will tolerate any action unless it leads to a threat to public peace and order,” the PC said.
Sources said several officers approached Kumar to take tough action against Dhote for his “reprehensible remarks” against the police department and for targeting the top cop in public.


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Automotive supplier Solero Technologies opens headquarters in Rochester Hills – The Oakland Press Sun, 19 Jun 2022 15:01:08 +0000

Automotive supplier Solero Technologies recently celebrated the grand opening of its new Michigan headquarters.

Solero Technologies, formerly BorgWarner’s North American Controls business, was acquired by Atar Capital, a private investment firm, in December 2021, according to a press release.

Representatives from Atar Capital, Oakland County Government, Michigan Economic Development Corporation, Michigan Manufacturers Association and Automation Alley joined the Solero team for a ribbon cutting at the Rochester plant Hills, June 2.

The 13,000 square foot facility will house the company’s sales and engineering operations and warehouse, as well as a laboratory for advanced solenoid product development, which will be operational in July.