Wednesday 30th November 2016. Movies, Canada and Sustainable Architecture.
November 30, 2016
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Andres, takes a look at the new Jack Reacher movie “Never look back” staring Tom Cruise. Play the program to get his impressions of the film, his recommendations and what’s coming up!
In the last hour today, Sustainable Architecture. Lorena Rios from Wakefield Beasley and Associates joins me to talk about how internal design, lighting and air quality can affect the way we work… Make the work environment more conducive to work in means more productivity.
Yes, it is Monday and if you are a follower of the Canada Report… Here is Michael’s news form Canada.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
Yesterday, President Juan Carlos Varela inaugurated the session of the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights (IACHR) being held in Panama through December 7, at the Radisson Decapolis Hotel.
President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela, acknowledged that one of the most difficult situations in human rights the country is facing is the condition of prisons.
By 2019, 80% of the Panamanian population will be connected to the National Free Internet Network (RNI), according to the Panama Digital Agenda, of the Strategic Government Plan 2014-2019.
Panama is depending on aircraft to detect boats used by drug smugglers along its coast, and authorities are not using the radar system purchased by the last government.
When it was thought that the hotel occupancy rates in Panama had bottomed out, official numbers revealed that the negative trend continues.
At least five homes were flooded and the wall of another house collapsed due to the flooding of the Perales River in Los Santos.
Starting today, the Mayor of San Miguelito together with the company Revisalud, will carry out a cleaning and scrap collection operation, in the area of Santa Librada, township of Omar Torrijos.
The officials of the Ministry of the Environment (MiAmbiente), that had been reported missing on Monday on their way to Coiba Island were found yesterday morning.
The Fire Department of the Republic of Panama celebrated on Monday its 129 years of foundation.