Tilley

15 Feb 19
Calgary Herald

The Alberta government has awarded one of the world’s largest solar companies a 20-year deal to provide electricity to government facilities, a move that will double existing solar power capacity in the province. The contract — going to Ontario-based Canadian Solar Solutions Inc., which has over 12,000 employees worldwide and revenues of $3.4 billion in […]

15 Feb 19
Global News

Environment and Parks Minister Shannon Phillips says the contract to supply about 55 per cent of the government’s annual power consumption will shave $3.9 million per year from the current expiring contracts.

15 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
AN OPENING-NIGHT defeat will leave Cork City fans wondering whether this season is likely to be better than last. But Mikey Drennan’s 30th-minute penalty will have the St Pat’s faithful believing that there are better times ahead under new boss Harry Kenny. Mikey Drennan bagged the winner from the penalty spot This was far from a classic, with both sides surely capable of better to come, but it was certainly a step in the right direction for the hosts. In front of a crowd of 3,479, including Ireland boss Mick McCarthy, Pat’s showed a resolve which was missing all too often in recent seasons. Keeper Brendan Clarke and Conor Clifford, in particular, were excellent. City will feel they did not deserve to lose this but, after falling behind, they did not do enough. New Saints boss Harry Kenny They a blow before kick-off when Gearóid Morrissey pulled out with a hamstring strain, sparking a reshuffle. Kevin O’Connor came into the midfield with Darragh Rainsford taking his place on the bench, where John Caulfield also opted to swap in Garry Comerford instead of Matty Gillam. City had three players making their league debut, compared to Saints’ four. The visitors had the brighter start. Inside nine minutes, Conor McCarthy put a header wide and fellow defender Dan Casey was denied by Clarke. If that save was routine, the next one was not — with some in the crowd comparing it to that made by the late Gordon Banks from Pele at the 1970 World Cup. It looked as though Garry Buckley had headed the impressive Daire O’Connor’s cross home but Clarke came from nowhere to keep it out. Although St Pat’s were not carving out opportunities, one of their new recruits Rhys McCabe was catching the eye with some probing passes. Conor McCormack battles Chris Forrester The hosts’ best passing move saw Drennan and Clifford combine to send Simon Madden away down the right but he fired off-target when a low ball into the box was the better option. But Kenny’s side hit the front just before the half-hour mark. Ref Neil Doyle pointed to the spot after Clifford had been pulled down by Seán McLoughlin — and Drennan drilled a spot-kick past Mark McNulty. City regrouped and O’Connor continued to look like their dangerman. The visitors needed a big second half but fell well short in a dull affair. It took until 27 minutes after the restart for City to force Clarke into a save of note from open play, O’Connor trying his luck from distance. And the closest Cork came to a leveller was through a dipping effort from Conor McCarthy, which Clarke kept out. SUN STAR MAN Conor Clifford (St Pat’s) [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN SPORT ” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] ST PAT’S: Clarke 8; Toner 7, Webster 6, Desmond 7; Madden 6, Clifford 8, Lennon 7, McCabe 7, Bermingham 6 (Coleman 90, 2) ; Forrester 6 (Shaw 68, 5); Drennan 6 (Miele 84, 4). CORK CITY: McNulty 6; McCarthy 6, Casey 6, McLoughlin 5, Griffin 6; McCormack 6 (Nash 76, 4), K O’Connor 6 (Comerford 71, 5); D O’Connor 8, Buckley 7, Tilley 5 (Cummins 62, 4); Sheppard 6. REFEREE: N Doyle (Dublin) 7.
15 Feb 19
Energeticcity.ca

CALGARY, A.B. – The Alberta government is granting a 20-year contract to supply about half of its electric power needs to a partnership that plans to build three new solar power plants for more than $100 million. Environment and Parks Minister Shannon Phillips says the contract to supply about 55 percent of the government’s annual power […]

15 Feb 19
Financial Post

CALGARY — The Alberta government is granting a 20-year contract to supply about half of its electric power needs to a partnership that plans to build three new solar power plants for more than $100 million. Environment and Parks Minister Shannon Phillips says the contract to supply about 55 per cent of the government’s annual […]

15 Feb 19

I complete the transformation of the fireplace, adding a DIY concrete mantel and a hand-formed copper heat reflector behind the stovepipe with copper left over from the kitchen sink and backsplash. In the evening, I grill duck breast with wild rice and simmer a maple syrup/blueberry reduction sauce in my cast iron skillet on the […]

15 Feb 19
Cleo Bury-Mortimer's Diary

“What’s this about you and strippers?” Miss Chatwall asked in her archest voice when I called in for The People’s Friend.  My jaw dropped at how that had gone round the village so swiftly.  Her tight little smile showed she was enjoying the victory of her knowledge as I tried to work out where it […]

14 Feb 19
St. Norbert Times

ADDY BINK | SPORTS EDITOR Connie Tilley has been with St. Norbert since 1977 and has decided to retire at the end of this season. Throughout her career, she has coached women’s basketball for 42 years, softball for 13 years, volleyball for nine, and dabbled with women’s and men’s golf.  Now, it is time to […]

14 Feb 19
ScienceSophie

This post is a bit of a niche one. The immune system has countless components and the way they work together to keep us healthy is quite frankly bizarre. Most of us learnt about T-cells, B-cells,  blah, blah, blah, at every stage of our school education, and it doesn’t get much more interesting until you […]

14 Feb 19
FOX6Now.com

CUDAHY — A Cudahy man accused of killing his landlord after learning his rent would be going up by $30 was committed for life due to mental illness. Jason Tilley, 38, was in court Tuesday, Feb. 12 for a court trial, at which time it was determined Tilley was not guilty by reason of mental disease […]