Ottawa Aces rugby league narrows search for coach to three hopefuls Globe_Sports
Team chairman hopes to name successful candidate by the end of May
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This translation has been automatically generated and has not been verified for accuracy.Full Disclaimer The Ottawa Aces have narrowed their search for a coach to three candidates, with team chairman Eric Perez saying he expects to name one before the end of the month.Full Disclaimer The Ontario Municipal Employees’ Retirement System has made its first new venture-capital investment in Canada in nearly two years, backing an Ottawa remote-working technology startup that has experienced a surge in demand during the pandemic.The transatlantic rugby league team is set to start play in 2021 in the third-tier Betfred League 1.– to raise at least $8-billion for research into a possible vaccine and treatments for the coronavirus Coronavirus and business the first quarter of 2020, after 90 per cent of its schedule was cut starting mid-March.The Ottawa franchise, which will play out of TD Place Stadium, is the brainchild of Perez, founder and first chief executive officer of the Toronto Wolfpack., which spun out last September from information technology services provider Pythian Group Inc.Perez and his 26-member consortium bought the licence to England’s Hemel Stags in September, 2018, with a view to moving the franchise to Canada – with Ottawa its new home., beef slaughterhouse – the site of Canada’s single largest outbreak of COVID-19 – following a two-week shutdown due to labour shortages caused by the novel coronavirus.
Story continues below advertisement Perez looks to start signing international players in June but wants a local flavour to his club.It’s the first Canadian investment for OMERS’s new US$750-million transatlantic venture fund, announced last month after a period of transition in the pension giant’s private capital group, including high turnover at its senior ranks.7-billion, compared with the year-earlier period.The team plans tryouts for elite Canadian athletes in the fall in Ottawa, pending any COVID-19 restrictions.League 1 currently features 11 teams, nine from England and two from Wales.Story continues below advertisement Tehama, which sells internet-based software that enables employees to remotely and securely access sensitive company information and enterprise applications, has seen a spike in interest since employers sent workers home in March.The Wolfpack started in League 1 in 2017, eventually earning promotion to top-tier Super League.Question and answer Are ERs safe places to be? Answer: You can rest assured that hospital emergency departments are taking extra precautions to reduce the risk of the coronavirus being spread from person to person.The sport is currently on hiatus because of the global pandemic.Existing customers, many of whom came over with the split from Pythian, have increased their usage by 67 per cent in the past two months.Trudeau said that while workplace safety falls under provincial jurisdiction, Ottawa is stepping in to help keep employees healthy and make sure grocery stores remain stocked.
OMERS Ventures invests in Ottawa work-from-home technology startup TehamaThe $10-million deal is the first new venture investment for OMERS in Canada in nearly two years
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Evening Update: Canada lags other countries in releasing real-time mortality data; Ottawa pledges $77-million to protect food-processing workersAlso: Trade gap swells as COVID-19 shutdowns, low energy prices take toll That good idea But we’re leading the way in giving away money we don’t have. TrudeauMustGo cdnpoli Handed $1 billion to foreign countries and agencies... while Canadians line the food banks