Pushback in BC as Trans Mountain pipeline expansion hearings start

first_imgNational Energy Board hearings are set to start Monday in British Columbia on the detailed route of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion which would run through North Surrey, Coquitlam and Burnaby.The federal government approved the pipeline in November 2016 along a 150 metre corridor and the hearings will help determine the route within that corridor.But there is still a lot of local pushback.Municipalities and residents in Metro Vancouver are set to argue the proposed route would damage the environment and adversely impact homeowners.There have already been a number of protests and Mike Lloyd with NEWS 1130 in Vancouver said that will continue.“People setting up protest camps along some of these areas where the survey work has been done, some of the early survey work they’re doing before finalizing these routes and getting them through to the tank farms and the areas here in the coast,” he explained.Burnaby is a major opponent of the project and will present for three days during the hearings, but Lloyd said lines have been drawn within communities as well.“When you look at it a little more regionally, there is a lot of support for the expansion of the pipeline, but it certainly has been a contentious issue for many people still and that’s what we’ve seen with these protest camps,” he said.Spokeswoman Ali Hounsell said the company tried to route the new line along the old line where possible, but in some areas, urbanization made that difficult.She added they’re committed to replanting trees and minimizing the impact of construction on sensitive areas.The existing Trans Mountain line has carried oil from Alberta to B.C. since 1953.The hearings wrap January 31 before a second set of hearings is held in March.last_img read more

Sudanese advocate and scholar named to UN genocide prevention post

29 May 2007The director of Sudan efforts at the United States Institute for Peace and a scholar associated with several universities has been named by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon as his new Special Adviser for the Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities. Francis Deng also served as the Secretary-General’s Representative on Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from 1992 to 2004, after holding a range of positions in the UN and the Sudanese Government.Mr. Deng succeeds Juan Méndez of Argentina, the first Special Adviser on genocide prevention who was appointed in July 2004 with a mandate to collect existing information on serious violations of human rights that could lead to genocide and to bring potential genocidal situations to the attention of the UN Security Council. Among his activities, Mr. Méndez has made repeated visits to Darfur, resulting in varied recommendations to the Secretary-General and to the Security Council about what needs to be done in the strife-torn region of Sudan. On the 12-year commemoration of the Rwanda genocide, Mr. Méndez wrote an op-ed published by several European and Asian newspapers in which he stressed that despite international obligations – such as the 1948 Genocide Convention – the global response against genocide continues to fall short of what is required.In May 2006, Secretary-General Kofi Annan established a prominent group of experts – including Nobel Prize winner Desmond Tutu and the former United Nations Force Commander in Rwanda Romeo Dallaire – to support the Special Adviser and contribute to the broader efforts of the UN to prevent such massive crimes against humanity. According to today’s announcement, Mr. Ban has asked Mr. Deng to devote himself full time to the genocide advisory post, and is looking for additional ways to strengthen the office. read more

WatchA third of Canadians would struggle if mortgage rate grew by only

TORONTO — A survey by Manulife Bank of Canada says nearly half of Canadian homeowners are taking steps to whittle down their mortgage debt, but many would be in trouble if their monthly payments grew even slightly.[np_storybar title=”‘A great rate for a bad mortgage’: The 10-year mortgage is near an all-time low, but is it a good idea?” link=”https://business.financialpost.com/personal-finance/mortgages-real-estate/a-great-rate-for-a-bad-mortgage-the-10-year-mortgage-is-near-an-all-time-low-but-is-it-a-good-idea”%5DIt’s the lowest 10-year mortgage in the land but even the people offering the product tell you to stay clear. Read on [/np_storybar]Manulife says 18 per cent of homeowners made extra lump-sum payments towards their mortgages in the past year, while 17 per cent increased their regular payments. Another five per cent of respondents did both.In total, 40 per cent of the homeowners polled made extra mortgage payments during the past year, while 60 per cent did not.The average amount of additional mortgage payments was $6,300.Manulife Bank of Canada’s president and CEO Rick Lunny said it’s encouraging that many homeowners are taking steps to reduce their mortgage debt.However, the survey also found that more than a third of homeowners polled would face financial hardship if their mortgage payments increased by just 10 per cent.Canada’s household debt ratio declines as wealth hits new highsBank of Canada says household debt, housing price crash remain major concern for economyYou may not need to panic about million-dollar homes — even in Toronto and Vancouver“Having your payments go up 10 per cent sounds like a lot, but if you have a $200,000 mortgage and interest rates go up one per cent, that’s a 10 per cent increase in your mortgage payments,” Lunny said. “So there’s not much room here for those people.”Meanwhile, another 15 per cent of homeowners said they couldn’t handle any increases at all in their mortgage payments.“It’s inevitable that interest rates will go up, because they’re at historical lows and have been for some time,” Lunny said.However, Lunny noted that 79 per cent of those polled said they would be willing to cut back on discretionary spending, such as eating out, in order to get out of debt — an indication that there is more wiggle room in their budgets than they may realize.“These people probably, better than they think, would have the ability to make their mortgage payments, but it would have an impact on their lifestyle,” Lunny said.Manulife polled 2,372 Canadian homeowners in all provinces between Feb. 10 and 27. Respondents were all between the ages of 20 and 59 and had a minimum household income of $50,000.The polling industry’s professional body, the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association, says online surveys cannot be assigned a margin of error because they do not randomly sample the population.The Manulife survey found that Canadian homeowners are carrying an average of $190,000 in mortgage debt, with Albertans carrying the heaviest debt load — an average of $242,300. That’s followed by $217,300 in British Columbia, $196,900 in Manitoba and Saskatchewan and $193,000 in Ontario.Atlantic Canada has the lowest average mortgage debt, at $127,300. read more

Nearly Rs 8 million stolen from vehicle by gunmen

Gunmen stole nearly Rs 8 million from a vehicle in Ragama today, the Police media unit said.The Police said the gunmen had blocked the vehicle and opened fire on it before taking the money and escaping. The money was being transported to a store in Kadawatha when the incident took place.

PAFFREL goes to court demanding referendum for 20A

The People’s Action for Free and Fair Elections (PAFFREL) has filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking a referendum on the proposed 20th Amendment to the Constitution.PAFFREL is of the view that the 20th Amendment to the Constitution will have an impact on the rights of the voters. As a result PAFFREL feels the proposed 20th Amendment to the Constitution cannot be passed simply through Parliament and instead must be put for a referendum. (Colombo Gazette)

SL Rupee appreciates against USD

The Sri Lankan Rupee appreciated against the US Dollar today, after depreciating over the past several days.The selling price of the Rupee appreciated to 175.82 against the US Dollar today. Yesterday the selling price of the Rupee was Rs. 177.32 against the US Dollar.

Exam appeals should be free because middle class pupils have unfair advantage

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. Exam appeals should be free because middle class pupils have an unfair advantage, a private school chief has said.Shaun Fenton, chair of the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference which represents the country’s leading schools including Eton College and Harrow School, said it “doesn’t seem fair” that some pupils are more likely to get their grades changed than others.Exam boards levy a range of charges for GCSE and A-level re-marks depending on what services are desired. A “clerical check” – which ensures that all the pages were marked and all the marks were added up correctly – is the least expensive, costing £8.05 for GCSEs and £16.10 for A levels with AQA.Meanwhile, a “priority review of marking” is more expensive, costing up to £46.40 with EdExcel for GCSEs, rising to £55.90 for A-levels.For AQA, it is £37.55  for GCSE and £51.75 for A-levels. OCR charge £59.80 for a “review of marking” for A-levels, rising to £71.95 if you want to see your script.  Most boards waive the fees if the grade is changed as a result of the remark.Mr Fenton, who is headmaster at the £19,350-a-year Reigate Grammar school, told The Daily Telegraph: “It doesn’t seem fair that children who come from wealthier backgrounds, where their parents have the funds and wherewithal to explore and pay for remarks, are more likely to get justice than families who can’t afford it.”He said that Ofqual should remove the cost barrier altogether and make all appeals and requests for remarks free.  Three years ago, the exams watchdog tightened up the rules surrounding appeals in an attempt to discourage such large numbers of students seeking remarks.Ofqual said it was not fair that some students were getting a “second bite of the cherry” as it felt too many students had been getting extra marks, and possibly a higher grade when in fact the original mark was “perfectly appropriate”.In 2016, examiners are being told to only change a mark if there is a clear “marking error” rather than simply a difference of interpretation. It was felt that this would likely lead to fewer successful challenges.Mr Fenton added: “Ofqual made it a lot harder to have a mark change. They had identified the right problem but this is the wrong answer.“I would rather increase access to justice, than say ‘because not everyone can have it, we will stop anyone from having it’.” read more

Radio mast for rapid deploy communications

first_imgAustralian Radio Towers (ART) will launch a trailer-mounted mast specifically designed for rapid-deploy communications within the mining industry at AIMEX. “The mast can be used in any location where short-term and temporary communications structures are required,” said Managing Director Andrew Price. With a height of up to 30 m –or custom designed to be taller if required –the system can be erected within a few hours and can be removed in a similar timeframe. “Mounted on a dual-wheel 2.4 x 5 m trailer bed, with mast options available from 120 to 550 m and manual or hydraulic hoisting options, this product is unlike any on the market today,” said Price.“Coupled with an ART complete communications system, this package will almost instantly provide a solution for mine site communications requirements.” ART is one of the leading mast and tower manufacture and installation companies in Australia: “We have extensive experience in the radio tower and high access rigging industry throughout Australia and internationally. We provide design, manufacture, supply and installation services for a wide range of products, including guyed masts, free-standing radio towers, trailer-mounted quick deploy masts, communication systems and communication huts.” The company started building radio masts and towers in 1973 and has performed over 4,000 installations, including masts from nearly every manufacturer in Australia.last_img read more

Evergreen college students sanctioned following protests

first_imgOLYMPIA — About 80 protesters have been sanctioned for breaking the student conduct code at a small college in Washington last spring when race-related protests broke out on campus.The Evergreen State College spokeswoman Sandra Kaiser told The Olympian that students received sanctions ranging from formal warnings to suspension.The protests in May followed after professor Bret Weinstein criticized an optional event in which organizers asked white students to leave campus for a talk about race. The event was a reversal of the college’s annual “Day of Absence,” in which minorities attend programs off campus.Last month it was announced that Evergreen will pay $500,000 to Weinsten and his wife to settle a claim they brought alleging the school failed to protect employees from threats of physical violence and verbal hostility.last_img read more

Police involved shooting in Lewis Yard details scant

first_img Grand Bahama is future Caribbean silicon valley, Govt tells Diplomats Bahamas, September 6th, 2017 – Grand Bahama – A police involved shooting overnight in Grand Bahama is with very limited details at this hour, but it was said relatives arrived at the scene in Lewis Yard to find the area cordoned off and their male family member dead.   The young man is said to be in his 30s and family was last night trying to find out what led to the shooting.  There is no reply to our queries on the shooting either up to news publication time.By Deandrea Hamilton Bahamas Govt bids to buy Lucayan Strip resorts, PM Minnis tours site Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for youcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#LewisYard, #magneticmedianews, grandbahama, shooting TCI Police Investigate shooting in Providenciales; two escape injurylast_img read more

Police find drugs guns during traffic stop

first_imgPolice said they found marijuana, cocaine and two stolen firearms when they pulled a man over for speeding shortly early Friday morning.Husham Al-Ani was arrested on suspicion of drug possession, firearms violations, driving under the influence and driving while suspended, according to a news release from the Washington State Patrol.Al-Ani, 20, was stopped on Interstate 205, north of Mill Plain Boulevard, for allegedly traveling 73 mph in a 60 mph zone. The trooper who pulled him over smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle, according to the release. A K-9 unit was called out and the dog found four grams of marijuana and six grams of cocaine. Also discovered were 9 mm and .40-caliber pistols. The charges are being referred to Clark County Prosecutor’s Office.Friday evening, Al-Ani was being held in the Clark County Jail, without bail, a jail officer said. There was no immigration hold.Al-Ani is to appear in court Monday morning.last_img read more

44 of employees are happy with their benefits package

first_imgLess than half (44%) of employees are happy with the benefits they receive, a drop from 53% last year, according to research by Willis PMI Group.The survey, which polled 1,197 UK-based full- or part-time employees aged between 18 and 64 on their perceptions of benefits and wellbeing schemes, also showed that health and wellbeing provision was lowest in the Midlands, with 30% of respondents receiving these rewards.The research also found:55% of London-based employees and 52% of Scotland-based employees were reasonably satisfied with the benefits being offered to them.37% said their employers currently made provisions to look after their health and wellbeing, but this varies by region. Nearly half (48%) of Scottish respondents and 44% of London respondents said their employers look after their health and wellbeing.36% of respondents in the north west are satisfied with their benefit offering.Mike Blake (pictured), director at Willis PMI Group, said: “Given the current focus on reducing the burden of employee ill health and sickness absence on the economy, it is surprising to find the perception of benefits provision is actually on the decline. [Organisations] might ask whether this is due to increasing expectation, a shortfall in provision or a failure to properly communicate available benefits to staff.“It is important for employers to identify the specific challenges faced by their business and actively engage with their staff in order to better understand what benefits are both needed and wanted. Schemes will be most successful when they align the goals of the organisation with the desires of the employees.”Find out how to engage staff with benefits at Employee Benefits Live 2016 on 11-12 October at Olympia National, Londonlast_img read more

Hazardous Waste Day Scheduled For Saturday

first_imgBusinesses are charged a fee and must pre-register with NRC Alaska. Households are free unless the haul contains more than 55 gallons of waste in which case they must also pre-register. There is a 3 drum limit per household per year. To pre-register and for specific waste disposal questions, call NRC Alaska at (877) 375-5040. For general questions, call the Kenai Peninsula Borough Solid Waste Department at (907) 262-9667. The Boroughs hazardous waste disposal program gives households and small businesses the opportunity to properly dispose of hazardous wastes and chemicals.center_img The Central Peninsula Landfill in Soldotna will be hosting a hazardous household waste day this Saturday, July 20. The Central Peninsula Landfill will take those items from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday, July 20.last_img read more

Reality about alien life will question everything learned in schools and churches

first_imgPixabayScott C Waring, a self-proclaimed extraterrestrial researcher operating from Taiwan, is slowly emerging as one of the most popular figures among conspiracy theorists and alien enthusiasts. For the past couple of years, Waring has spotted various anomalies on NASA images taken from the Mars and the moon, and it has made many people believe that advanced alien civilisations are actually a reality.Recently, Waring spotted some strange structures on the lunar surface, and interestingly most of these bizarre structures are actually square-shaped. After making this discovery, Waring alleged that NASA is intentionally adding too much light to moon photos so that these strange structures can be hidden from alien researchers.’NASA added too much light to the photo on purpose in order to cause many of the areas of the photo to appear as white/grey and unclear. Thus bring it back into the proper light and focus creates the original photo as it was first taken. You will notice that the aliens built the structures square partitions. Much like remaking a house and moving the parts to the location to create it. This may be proof that the structures were created somewhere else, then brought to the moon to put together,” wrote Waring on his website UFO Sightings Daily.Waring revealed that he found these structures several weeks back, but was hesitant to publish them on his website fearing public panic. As per Waring, understanding the reality about aliens and extraterrestrial existence will question everything humans learned from schools and churches.”I actually found this several weeks ago but hesitated till now to publish it. I was worried some people may panic. The biggest fear is not aliens attacking earth, its that they exist when science says they should not. It causes the person to call into question everything they ever learned in school, church, TV, from friends…and how aliens must have already influenced the direction humanity is currently travelling without anyone ever knowing,” added Waring.Waring has claimed several times that NASA is covering up secrets about alien life and had recently urged United States President Donald Trump to make him the head of the space agency. Waring also assured that he will unveil all the mysteries regarding alien life if he gets appointed as the NASA head.last_img read more

Update Armed robbery in Bengal Road

first_img3 males forced their way into a residence in Bengal Road this morning (August 31).The men, wearing balaclavas, entered the yard as the homeowners were driving into their property. As they got out of their vehicle after parking in the garage, the couple were caught off-guard. 3 men quickly approached them with a firearm and a knife.The thugs warned them not to contact anyone. However, once inside the house, the scared wife managed to press the panic button, which alerted a security company. The men held the domestic worker at gunpoint, ransacked the house and took various items, including cash, before fleeing the scene.Sharaj Ambulance Services responded to the scene and treated the occupants for shock.The Ladysmith K9 Unit and other Visible Policing Units have launched a manhunt for the suspects. Ladysmith detectives will be investigating a case of armed robbery.The couple and the domestic worker are still coming to terms with their traumatic ordeal.DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite last_img read more

PwC now providing audit services of Cryptocurrency

first_imgPwC Ireland has announced a new addition to its existing suite of auditing tools to provide assurance services for entities engaging in cryptocurrency transactions.In an environment where robust controls have been proven effective throughout a business’ cryptocurrency activities, this tool can:1. Provide independent and substantive evidence needed to establish ownership of cryptocurrency; and2. Securely interrogate the blockchain to independently and reliably gather corroborating information about blockchain transactions and balances.Enda McDonagh, Assurance Leader, PwC Ireland, said: “With the launch of this new software tool we are well positioned to provide audit and other assurance services to clients engaging in cryptocurrency activities. We are also working with companies, for whom we are not the auditor, to help them address the new opportunities and challenges of blockchain and cryptocurrency, including helping them to implement the processes and controls they will require in order to obtain assurance reports from their auditors.“Our ability to audit an entity engaged in cryptocurrency activities is very much influenced by our client’s control environment.”PwC can currently use this tool to provide assurance services to clients transacting in Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, Bitcoin Diamond, LiteCoin, Ethereum, ERC20 – OAX token, and Ripple (XRP).Enda McDonagh, concluded: “It is important as companies continue to digitise that, we as auditors, keep ahead of technology changes in the market, continue to develop audit tools that meet the needs of emerging technologies and serve the changing and developing demands of our stakeholders.”For further information please visit https://pwc.to/2IlUp4Alast_img read more

11 characteristics of the top high school and college offensive coordinators

first_imgWhether we’re talking about Lincoln Riley, Lane Kiffin, Doug Meacham, Mike Sanford, Kendal Briles or some of the top offensive minds in high school football around America, the best offensive play callers, in the game share a few characteristics, regardless of the scheme that they employ.If you’re an aspiring offensive coordinator, take a self-inventory on how many of these describe you, and others that you may need to work on. If you’re currently a coordinator, think of this as an off season self-scout of sorts.*Note – These are in no particular order* AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Sponsored By Connatix 1) They’re innovativeWhether they’re running the triple option, the Wing-T, or the spread no huddle, the best offensive coordinators at the high school and college level are always looking for a new wrinkle or a new way to run or block plays. Great play callers are also hungry for more knowledge and are willing to explore new ideas to make their program better.2) They know their system better than anyone elseTo truly be at the top of their game, the best offensive coordinators have to understand how to make adjustments during the course of the game, and that’s impossible to do if you don’t truly understand the ins and outs of your offensive system. Fully understanding a scheme is not something that you can do after reading a few books on the hottest scheme that you picked up at a coaching clinic. You have to be fully invested in the system you’re running, understand what defenses will do to stop/ contain you, and have an answer ready to be dialed up.3) They’re outstanding communicators and teachersSeth Littrell said at his introductory presser that, “It’s not about what you run, it’s about how you teach it,” and he is absolutely right. Especially at the high school level, where a number of very different schemes are used, and some win state titles with it, while others go winless. So what’s the difference? One difference from program to program is as simple as how it’s being taught, and the second part of that is if the players are bought into it. Great coordinators make sure they can check both those boxes, and the success follows soon after.4) They understand that preparation during the week is absolutely vital to their success on game dayElite offensive coordinators prepare better than their counterparts so when kickoff comes they’re more than ready to rock and roll. Along with early in the week film study, that includes a thorough understanding of tendency reports, situational defense of your opponent on 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th down, red zone tendencies, when and why they shift their fronts, and everything else along those lines. When game time comes there are no surprises for top offensive coordinators,5) They take calculated risksThis can mean a lot of different things depending on the scheme. For a spread guy it may be taking a shot downfield with an outside receiver against Cover 3 on third and inches, and for a Wing-T guy that may mean a naked quarterback boot on 4th and 1 from inside the five yard line to punch it in. Regardless of scheme, great offensive coordinators are rarely conservative. They’re known to take risks, and although they may look like mistakes from those sitting in the stands or fans at home on the couch, they’re almost always calculated risks. Even more than taking the risks though, is that they understand WHEN to take those risks as well.6) They find a way to be balancedThe “balance” I’m talking about here goes beyond the traditional sense, where guys once talked about wanting to be 50-50 run/pass split. There are some great option and Wing-T offenses that pound the heck out of the ball, but find their balance in dividing the carries among the backs and the quarterback, while Air Raid teams define balance as getting four or five different receivers catches, along with the back out of the backfield. Balance here can also mean the traditional sense because nothing gets under the skin of defensive guys more than having no idea what is coming next.7) They understand, and break their own tendenciesThe best offensive coordinators understand what a defensive coordinator is thinking on the other side of the field, and also understands what his tendencies are in certain down and distances and out of certain formations. Furthermore, he also understands when to break those tendencies because the defense is keyed up to it. Great coordinators are extraordinary when it comes to the mental chess match that takes place on game day, and to do that, they have to self-scout themselves.8) They have staples, but are flexibleEvery offense needs a bread-and-butter set of plays, but where coaches turn when those get shut down is what separates a great coordinator from just another play caller. Elite coordinators are flexible and able to take advantage of the alignments, overages, and weaknesses of a defense when their staples aren’t getting the yards needed.9) They understand that it’s about the Jimmy’s and Joe’s, and not just the X’s and O’sThis is the first lesson that many head coaches share with coordinators on both sides of the ball, and it’s especially true on offense. Highly effective play callers think about players, not plays when their program is in need of a big moment. Guys that understand that get the most of their scheme.10) They never turn down an opportunity to learnClinics and social events for coaches are where many coaches get some of their best ideas, and those sessions often end up on a napkin to take home with you. If you’re a coordinator (or you know one) that has better things to do when those times come around, you’re really missing out on a great opportunity to get better as a coach.11) They understand the ebb and flow of the gameOf all the traits, this one may be the toughest to describe in words. Beyond the down and distance and time situation, what works and isn’t working on game night, and a variety of other factors, great play callers understand the flow of a game and recognize not only what play to call, but when, and how to set it up for maximum effectiveness. A lot of this is gained through experience, but in some cases, it’s something that young coaches (or first-time coordinators) just seem to have a knack for.Feel like I overlooked a characteristic? Let me know @CoachSamz or via email at Doug@FootballScoop.comlast_img read more

Heres one way every coaching staff can give back this year

first_imgSmith estimated the offensive line doled out between $450 and $500 to each staffer. Not life-changing money by any means, but definitely enough to be noticed and appreciated. And it was a drop in the bucket for each player.Every full-time FBS head coach makes enough money to scrape some off the top of his bonus, if not his regular salary, to help out the people whose job it is to help the coaching staff and football team out — and don’t make nearly as much money as the coaches to do it. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Sponsored By Connatix If you follow The Scoop — and you do — you’ve noticed by now that it’s filled these days with reports of bonuses coaches get to take home for hitting certain contractual benchmarks. Kirby Smart is at $1.05 million thus far this season. Jeff Brohm made $112,500 for appearing in the Foster Farms Bowl. Tom Herman took home $50,000 for winning the Texas Bowl.It’s nice, all of it, and none of it is needed. Head coaches are millionaires many times over, but they aren’t the only ones taking home bonuses. Assistant coaches are regularly taking home 5-figure bonuses on top of 6-figure salaries. For instance, the nine Georgia assistants have already earned $731,000 as a group — more than $81,000 per man. Again, all of it is nice, but none of it is needed.The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ offensive line this year rejected their annual tradition of getting each other gifts and instead pooled their money to provide Christmas bonuses for the unsung staffers in the facility.“The equipment guys, the trainers, the kitchen staff — coaches get paid a lot of money — like those who help us out on a regular basis, the people who cook special food for us, or whatever it is, the training staff, they spend tons of time with us,” guard/center Evan Smith told ESPN. “Not all those guys make as much money as people think they do.”last_img read more

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