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[HIRING] Consumer Data Analyst at Federated Co-operatives Limited in Saskatoon, SK

2020.09.19 17:45 boinabbc [HIRING] Consumer Data Analyst at Federated Co-operatives Limited in Saskatoon, SK

Federated Co-operatives Limited is searching for a Consumer Data Analyst in Saskatoon, SK with the following main skill: SAS
During these challenging times, Federated Co-operatives Limited is working to serve our local co-ops, customers, and communities. We are committed to supporting our local co-ops and the communities they serve.... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe937816/consumer-data-analyst-federated-co-operatives-limited
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2020.09.19 17:45 boinabbc [HIRING] Consumer Data Analyst at Federated Co-operatives Limited in Saskatoon, SK

Federated Co-operatives Limited is searching for a Consumer Data Analyst in Saskatoon, SK with the following main skill: SAS
During these challenging times, Federated Co-operatives Limited is working to serve our local co-ops, customers, and communities. We are committed to supporting our local co-ops and the communities they serve.... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe937816/consumer-data-analyst-federated-co-operatives-limited
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2020.09.10 18:46 alicia_kinetic New SafetyTek Forever Free EHS Solution Digitally Transforms Workplace Safety Best Practices for Companies of All Sizes

The no-cost “paperless” subscription from SafetyTek’s widely adopted, cloud-based EHS software gives businesses the automation and data they need to proactively protect employees’ health and safety
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada – September 10, 2020 – When it comes to protecting employees’ health and safety, the best defense is a good offense. Yet, too often, companies rely on manually-driven safety processes that track lagging indicators—hindering their ability to proactively identify and mitigate risk. Now, SafetyTek Software, a leading environment, health and safety (EHS) platform provider, is putting the automation of safety initiatives within reach for businesses of all sizes with its new SafetyTek Forever Free solution.
Available today, SafetyTek Forever Free is the only EHS software available at no cost to customers for the life of the subscription. The easy-to-use solution is the entry-level, no-cost subscription of the cloud-based SafetyTek Workplace Safety Engagement Platform being used by companies across North America. Safety, human resources (HR), IT department, and other managers can simply sign up for a SafetyTek Forever Free subscription, choose up to three ready-to-use documents that best support their safety program needs, begin using the solution within minutes, and invite their workers to participate using a link. There is no limit to the number of users because safety involves everybody.
With SafetyTek, businesses now can use their own data and leverage automation to:
The SafetyTek Forever Free solution provides the enabling technology behind the SafetyTek COVID-19 Workforce Health Analysis solution, which empowers managers and employees to unite in preventing and mitigating COVID-19 exposure. Launched in March 2020, the solution has been adopted by more than 1,000 companies in the first four months, alone.
“Nobody starts their workday trying to get injured or sick. But, many businesses leave their employees at higher risk due to the lack of insights and efficiency of their manual safety programs,” said Ryan Quiring, SafetyTek Software founder and CEO. “From the start, our mission has been to help companies maximize their workplace health and safety by making it fast and easy to move their manual processes to our data-driven, cloud-based EHS platform. With our new SafetyTek Forever Free solution, we’re extending this commitment by removing the financial barriers to digitally transform businesses’ safety programs.”
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“As one of the world’s leading solar solutions providers, SunPower is committed to protecting the health and safety of our installation experts. SafetyTek supports these efforts in our Commercial Construction group with a simple platform for completing inspections, daily safety planning, and daily COVID-19 wellness check-ins,” said Brett Drojarski, senior EHS manager for commercial projects, North America at SunPower Corp. “The SafetyTek mobile software is straightforward to use, and the ability to create forms—especially for COVID-19 check-ins and required public health department inspections—has enabled our EHS inspectors and field staff to be much more efficient.”
“The employees at our commercial roofing company are our most valuable resource, and we are dedicated to providing them with a safe work environment. SafetyTek makes our job easier by eliminating nearly all of our physical safety paperwork. The organization and ease of search are extremely helpful for any safety audits or data collection, and we can submit forms in real time,” said Ryan Cameron, general manager, at Seal-it Up Roofing, Ltd. “We also rely on SafetyTek to send reminders to field staff, and we use it extensively in the field. It’s very convenient to have all jobsite documentation in my pocket and email completed forms to general contractors or safety agencies from any location.”
“Our non-profit agency is part of the Arc of New York, which serves people with developmental disabilities. Since COVID-19 arrived, the state has required us to conduct daily health checks of our employees across three counties,” said Mary Peck, Mozaic administrator of quality improvement and corporate compliance officer. “We didn’t know how we were going to meet the state’s mandate until we discovered the SafetyTek COVID-19 WHA solution. The free SafetyTek app has been a godsend for us, making it fast and simple to report on our health checks.”
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SafetyTek Software is a leading environment, health and safety (EHS) platform provider. The company was founded in 2014 with a mission of supporting workplace safety by simplifying mandatory processes, enabling positive safety cultures, and reducing the carbon footprint using state-of-the art technology. Today, organizations across North America rely on the data-driven SafetyTek Workplace Safety Engagement Platform to create a safety culture of excellence that keeps the workforce protected and productive at the same time. Using the cloud-based platform, safety, HR and other managers can view the performance and engagement of safety programs throughout any workforce, engage and empower employees, and gain the real-time data insights needed for better decision making. SafetyTek is headquartered in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. To learn more, visit safetytek.io.
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2020.09.02 17:04 autotldr Police Across Canada Are Using Predictive Policing Algorithms, Report Finds Police across Canada are increasingly adopting algorithmic technology to predict crime. The authors of a new report say human rights are threatened by the practice.

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 71%. (I'm a bot)
Police across Canada are increasingly using controversial algorithms to predict where crimes could occur, who might go missing, and to help them determine where they should patrol, despite fundamental human rights concerns, a new report has found.
The report breaks down how police are using or considering the use of algorithms for several purposes including predictive policing, which uses historical police data to predict where crime will occur in the future.
"Algorithmic policing technologies are present or under consideration throughout Canada in the forms of both predictive policing and algorithmic surveillance tools." the report reads.
The Toronto Police Service does not currently use algorithms in policing, but police there have been collaborating with a data analytics firm since 2016 in an effort to "Develop algorithmic models that identify high crime areas," the report notes.
The Saskatchewan Police Predictive Analytics Lab, founded in 2015, is using data provided by the Saskatoon Police Service to develop algorithms to predict which young people might go missing in the province.
These include placing a moratorium on police agencies' use of predictive policing algorithms that rely on historical crime data and updating oversight mechanisms related to the use of surveillance.
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2020.09.02 05:05 Pippi___Longstocking Virgin Mobile vs Fido vs Koodo

So there’s a deal going on for all 3 of the above companies, $50 for 9GB of data, unlimited Canada wide text and calling. I’m currently using Chatr which I’m not much satisfied due to slow data speeds and not stable phone network when I’m travelling East towards Oshawa (Ontario).
I also need a mobile network that will work in Toronto, Oshawa, Saskatoon, Winnipeg and St. John’s. I’m located in the GTA but the other provinces is where my siblings are currently living in.
Thank you for any suggestions 🙏
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2020.09.02 05:03 Pippi___Longstocking Virgin Mobile vs Fido vs Koodo

So there’s a deal going on for all 3 of the above companies, $50 for 9GB of data, unlimited Canada wide text and calling. I’m currently using Chatr which I’m not much satisfied due to slow data speeds and not stable phone network when I’m travelling East towards Oshawa (Ontario).
I also need a mobile network that will work in Toronto, Oshawa, Saskatoon, Winnipeg and St. John’s. I’m located in the GTA but the other provinces is where my siblings are currently living in.
Thank you for any suggestions 🙏
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2020.09.01 20:28 Pippi___Longstocking Virgin Mobile vs Fido vs Koodo

So there’s a deal going on for all 3 of the above companies, $50 for 9GB of data, unlimited Canada wide text and calling. I’m currently using Chatr which I’m not much satisfied due to slow data speeds and not stable phone network when I’m travelling East towards Oshawa.
I also need a mobile network that will work in Toronto, Oshawa, Saskatoon, Winnipeg and St. John’s. I’m located in the GTA but the other provinces is where my siblings are currently living in.
Thank you for any suggestions 🙏
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2020.08.25 21:01 anylettuce SaskTel says full restoration of services in Spiritwood region may take 10 days

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/spiritwood-sasktel-cellular-landline-internet-outage-10-days-1.5699133
SaskTel says it may take up to 10 days to fully restore all the communications services knocked out by a fire in the Spiritwood, Sask., region this past weekend.
Residents of communities such as Spiritwood, Chitek Lake, Shell Lake, Leoville, Rabbit Lake and the Witchekan Lake First Nation have been forced to make do without cellular, landline and internet services since early Sunday morning.
SaskTel said cell service was restored in the town of Spiritwood and immediate surrounding area Sunday night when it brought in a "cellular on wheels."
The utility said the fire took place in a SaskTel building in Spiritwood that houses transport and core equipment — and that it needs to construct a permanent distribution office in order to fully restore all services in the area, a project it estimates could take 10 days to complete.
Crews worked through Monday night to replace and reconnect the equipment that was damaged, SaskTel said in an update Tuesday morning.

Restoration of wireless service the priority

SaskTel said it anticipates cellular services will be restored for the remaining communities of Mildred, Chitek Lake, Leoville, Shell Lake, Witchekan Lake, Rabbit Lake and Belbutte by late afternoon or early evening Tuesday.
The update said the restoration of wireless services was the priority. Once cellular services are operational, SaskTel crews will shift their focus to restoring data and landline services.
Without data service, businesses in the area do not have the ability to accept debit or credit payments.
SaskTel is recommending that anyone travelling to the affected area have cash on hand.
Because 911 service is still not available, residents in the area have been told to physically contact emergency service providers if they know of anyone who requires emergency services.
Spiritwood is approximately 150 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon.
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2020.08.14 16:02 News2016 MMIWG: the latest reports and articles

Ashley Morin
https://saskatoon.ctvnews.ca/we-will-go-to-the-ends-of-earth-to-bring-our-girl-home-family-friends-mark-2nd-anniversary-of-ashley-morin-s-disappearance-1.5019423
Roderica Ribbonleg (15 yrs. old)
https://twitter.com/APTNNews/status/1283895499356020736
Angela Lynne McConnell (26 yrs. old)
https://www.indianz.com/News/2019/09/30/murder-of-native-woman-in-california-sti.asp
DeeDee Steele, Missing Thunderchild First Nation woman, found dead in Saskatchewan
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/missing-thunderchild-first-nation-woman-found-1.5648649
RCMP cold case unit looking into disappearance of 15-year-old Charlene Catholique 30 years ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/charlene-catholique-missing-30-years-rcmp-1.5658774
9th person charged in Tiki Laverdiere murder investigation
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/9th-charged-tiki-laverdiere-murder-investigation-1.5646848
In the Search for Missing Women, Neighbors and Family Members Pair Drones With Indigenous Knowledge (2019)
https://www.yesmagazine.org/social-justice/2019/04/18/family-search-missing-indigenous-women/
Lack of awareness, data hinders cases of missing and murdered Native American women, study finds - A new report documents more than 2,300 missing Native American women and girls in the U.S., underscoring the reasons behind the lack of awareness and scrutiny in these cases
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/lack-awareness-data-hinders-cases-missing-murdered-native-american-women-n1235233
To' Kee Skuy' Soo Ney-Wo-Chek' I Will See You Again in a Good Way - Progress Report July 2020 - A Year 1 Project Report on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two Spirit People of Northern California:
https://2a840442-f49a-45b0-b1a1-7531a7cd3d30.filesusr.com/ugd/6b33f7_a83c3e5d9fed4906b70413a985321ac4.pdf
StrongHearts Native Helpline adds sexual violence advocacy
https://www.cherokeephoenix.org/Article/Index/155098
Native women lead 70-mile ride
https://www.nativesunnews.today/articles/native-women-lead-70-mile-ride/
Ivanka Trump headlines MMIW office opening - Visit draws sharp criticism from Lt. Gov. Flanagan, White Earth Ojibwe, and other Minnesota Democrats, who called it a ‘photo op’:
https://indiancountrytoday.com/news/ivanka-trump-headlines-mmiw-office-opening-ZwhTjpKmgE-YsizJ-ubTZQ
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2020.07.14 06:17 Nabroski533 CMV: The Argument for Gun Control isn't though out well.

Note: I am from Canada, and not a gun owner.I think that all Shootings and Homicide are bad, and my thoughts go out to victims and they're family members.
When i hear the main argument for gun control, which is banning ownership of civilian safe firearms, i don't think it isn't really thought out well.
I mainly think this because of three reasons,
  1. It punishes law following citizens who have earned they're firearms license, purchased the firearm legally, and use it and store it responsibly.
  2. Just because a gun control law is put into effect, does not mean people wont try illegally smuggle,purchase a firearm, or even try and build they're own using instructions off the internet.( something like this happened before in Saskatoon)
  3. Gun violence isn't the only weapon related violence that has ever happened, Stabbings are the second most used method of homicide (according to data from the RCMP), and depending on the type of knife(like a kitchen knife) be obtained relatively easily.
I am open to conversation.
reference: https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/t1/tbl1/en/tv.action?pid=3510006901
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/homemade-zip-guns-weapons-rare-dangerous-police-1.4437858
edit: added more information.
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2020.07.14 05:41 Bubby4j Data Mining from Starlink Support Website

Data Mining from Starlink Support Website
EDIT: Found a bit more info on the main starlink landing page. See bottom of post.
I'm a software dev and was able to glean a tiny bit of information from the new starlink support website. Nothing groundbreaking - no pricing or speeds etc, but I thought it was interesting. The UI is built using Angular.
First up are some references on the login site:

Login Site References
There's a reference to "redemption code". Possibly some kind of invite codes they'll send out in the future?
Also found that this serves as an employee/admin portal too:

With the right URL you can see the employee login
There are also some URL references from the login site:
apiUrl: "https://localhost:5001",postSetPasswordReturnUrl: "https://localhost:5011/auth/login?returnUrl=https://localhost:8080",homepageUrl: "https://localhost:8080",authApiUrl: "https://api.starlocal.spacex.corp/auth",authRelyingPartyUrl: "https://api.starlocal.spacex.corp/auth-rp",customerSupportUrl: "https://support.starlocal.spacex.corp",fulfillmentUrl: "https://fulfilment.starlocal.spacex.corp",adminUrl: "https://admin.starlocal.spacex.corp"
"window.ENVIRONMENT ="{"production":true,"apiUrl":"https://api.starlink.com/auth","homepageUrl":"https://starlink.com","authApiUrl":"https://api.starlink.com/auth","authRelyingPartyUrl":"https://api.starlink.com/auth-rp","postSetPasswordReturnUrl":"https://api.starlink.com/auth-rp/auth/login?returnUrl=https://starlink.com","customerSupportUrl":"https://support.starlink.com","fulfillmentUrl":"https://fulfillment.starlink.com","adminUrl":"https://admin.starlink.com"}
Out of these I could only get some more info from support.starlink.com - the other ones either don't work for me or require authentication. I looked through what code I could on the support site and it primarily seems to be a ticketing system.
Ticketing categories

2nd level of categories?

Admin categories

Problem ticket categories
There's a list of US states - but no list of canada. Either it'll be US only at first or they just haven't built it out for other countries yet.
List of US states
EDIT: Found a bit more info from the main site.
References to accepting credit cards

Shipping address field

PRICING method!
The price will be broken down into a couple parts:
  • Initial Deposit Price (same thing as hardwarePrice?)
  • Service price (same thing as perMonth?)
But there is also this blob of text about pricing for the beta:
These charges are not a fee for the Starlink hardware or services, but are being requested exclusively to allow for the testing of our ordering and billing systems as part of this beta program. SpaceX is temporarily loaning you the hardware and providing the internet services free of charge. The $1 will be charged 30 days after your hardware is shipped. This invitation is not transferable to any other address. By clicking the above link you are activating Starlink Services and authorize regularly scheduled charges to the payment method on file.
So the (closed?) beta will basically be free - just a nominal fee to test their billing systems.

Latitude Information
They mention a specific latitude range of 44.9-51.8. (about Minneapolis to Saskatoon in latitude).
A blurb of text I found:
Welcome to Starlink Beta
Thank you for participating in our Friends and Family Beta Testing program! This invitation can only be applied to the service address listed above. Please review our
Frequently Asked Questions
about our beta program before proceeding.
To participate as a beta tester, you will need a clear view of the northern sky from wherever you plan to install your Starlink dish (roof or ground). If you do not have a clear view of the northern sky, please email
[email protected]
There's a reference to an install guide (blank for now): https://www.starlink.com/assets/documents/Install%20Guide.pdf

Mount Types

\"Volcano\" mount
Found the Terms of Service: https://www.starlink.com/terms-of-service

Part of Terms of Service

Another image of the Starlink Dish
q: "What is Starlink Beta?",a: "Starlink Beta is an opportunity to be an early user of the SpaceX's satellite internet system.The purpose of Starlink Beta is to gather feedback that will help us make decisions on how best to implement the system for Starlink's official launch. By design, the beta experience will be imperfect. Our goal is to incorporate feedback from a variety of users to ensure we build the best satellite broadband internet system possible."}, {q: "Who can participate in Starlink Beta?",a: "Starlink Beta will begin in the Northern United States and lower Canada, with those living in rural and/or remote communities in the Washington state area. Access to the Starlink Beta program will be driven by the user\u2019s location as well as the number of users in nearby areas. All beta testers must have a clear view of the northern sky to participate."}, {q: "Why do I need a clear view of the northern sky to be a beta tester?",a: "The Starlink system is currently made up of nearly 600 satellites orbiting the Earth that can provide internet service in a very specific range–between 44 and 52 degrees north latitude. Your Starlink dish requires a clear view of the Northern sky in order to communicate with the Starlink satellites. Without the clear view, the Starlink dish cannot make a good connection and your service will be extremely poor."}, {q: "Can I document and share my Starlink Beta experience?",a: "No, unfortunately you cannot document or share your Starlink Beta experience publicly. Beta testers will be required to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement as a condition of their participation."}, {q: "How will my service quality be during Starlink Beta?",a: "During Starlink Beta, service will be intermittent as teams work to optimize the network. When connected, your service quality will be high, but your connection will not be consistent. This means it may support streaming video with some buffering, but likely is not suitable for gaming or work purposes. "}, {q: "What is expected of me as a participant in Starlink Beta?",a: "Beta testers will provide feedback in the form of periodic short surveys over an 8 week period to help our teams improve every aspect of the service."}, {q: "Is there a cost to participating Starlink Beta?",a: "There is no cost to be a beta tester, aside from a $1 charge to help test the billing system."}, {q: "What will I receive as a Beta Tester?",a: "Your Starlink Kit will arrive via FedEx pre-assembled with a Starlink dish, router, power supply and mount depending on your dwelling type. Your Starlink Kit will require a signature for delivery, but you will be able to manage your delivery date and time through FedEx."}, {q: "How does Starlink internet work?",a: "Starlink will deliver high-speed broadband internet across the globe with a large, low-Earth constellation of relatively small but advanced satellites. Satellite internet works by sending information through the vacuum of space, where it travels nearly 50% faster than in fiber-optic cable."}, {q: "Most satellite internet services today come from single geostationary satellites that orbit the planet at about 35,000km, covering a fixed region of the Earth. Starlink, on the other hand, is a constellation of multiple satellites that orbit the planet much lower at about 550km, and cover the entire globe.",a: "Because the satellites are in a low orbit, the round-trip data time between the user and the satellite – also known as latency – is much lower than with satellites in geostationary orbit. This enables Starlink to deliver services like online gaming that are usually not possible on other satellite broadband systems "}, {q: "If I sign up to be a Beta Tester and I change my mind, can I cancel?",a: "Yes, you can cancel at any time."
There are 3 pieces of hardware - "Starlink Dish", "Starlink Power Supply", and "Starlink Router". I don't know if it was previously known that there would be a seperate router.
TL;DR: They have a login page with password reset, redemption codes, and a ticketing system with some mildly interesting categories. They also have an ordering system for those in the beta who will self-install and will be charged a nominal monthly fee to test the billing system. There are several mount types. The beta will start in Washington State.
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2020.07.12 21:01 yycTechGuy How is your Tesla around Calgary? Calgary to Saskatoon?

I'm thinking of getting a Tesla.
How is self driving around Calgary ? In winter? On secondary highways?
Has anyone done the trip from Calgary to Saskatoon in their Tesla? In winter? Where did you charge?
Is there anything about Calgary per se that makes a Tesla less desirable here ?
Does a Tesla need cellular data all the time or can it store and cache maps for a trip ? Can it use the data from a cell phone if you make the phone a WiFi hotspot ? What is the monthly data usage for the car ?
Does a Tesla have an AM radio ? Is it a good one ?
Where have you been caught with an extremely low battery charge and what did you do to recharge it ? How are businesses/hotels, etc about allowing you to plug in to recharge in an emergency ?
Are there any issue with charging in winter if you park it outside or in an unheated parking garage and plug it into a 120VAC outlet ? Will it charge ?
How much battery charge does it take to warm the interior after work if it is -30C out ? Is the car nice and warm when you get in ?
How do you charge a Tesla if you don't have a garage or a front driveway and you park in front on the street ? Do you run a cord out over the sidewalk ? Do you leave the cord plugged in overnight ?
Thanks
Edit: I love how Tesla threads get automatic downvotes on /Calgary. /s


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2020.06.24 07:24 Cartman1414 Riddle me this (Tennis court talk)

The only tennis courts in the whole northeast side of the city are Nelson road, which has 3 courts. They are always busy and have multiple people waiting to play at most times. Whenever I go to other tennis courts there has always been atleast 1 court available. As an avid tennis player and number cruncher I did some math. Nelson road tennis courts are the main courts for these neighbourhoods:
Arbor Creek, Aspen ridge, Erindale, Evergreen, Forest Grove, Silver Spring, Sutherland, and Willow Grove.
According to the City of Saskatoon's data these neighbourhoods make up 16% of the city's population:
Total neighhoods listed pop: 43,000, Total Saskatoon population: 270,000, Percentage: 16%.
And only 8% of the city's tennis courts:
Tennis courts 3, Total tennis courts 38, Percentage 8%.
Maybe I'm being way too hard core about this, and I realize the city has bigger problems. But just looking to get some love for more tennis courts on this side of the city. The next nearest courts are close to a 15 minute drive from Nelson road courts.
If you made it this far thanks for reading my lengthy post!
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2020.05.13 14:34 snowyratte Saskatoon's lockdown crime data

I was interested in the data for what's been happening with crime in Saskatoon since the quarantine was in full swing, April 1.
Using the Saskatoon Police Map https://map.saskatoonpolice.ca/
Daily updates, some of which aren't shown on the map, found here: https://saskatoonpolice.ca/news/?keywords=

From April1-May11 2020. These are just a few, you can get the full picture at the map.

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2020.03.24 16:43 alicia_kinetic SafetyTek Offers New COVID-19 Workforce Health Analysis Solution for Free to Help Companies Protect Workers’ Health

Through cloud and mobile technology, SafetyTek COVID-19 Workforce Health Analysis lets managers and employees collaborate, regardless of where they’re located, in protecting workers against exposure to the virus while keeping the business up and running
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada – March 24, 2020 – Growing numbers of companies have implemented work-at-home policies to protect employees against the COVID-19 virus. However, many organizations need to continue providing essential services—construction, utilities, grocers, pharmacies, and delivery firms to name a few—that require teams of workers to interact with each other or the public. These companies face unprecedented challenges in ensuring that employees and contractors are protected from COVID-19 exposure while maintaining enough staff to meet business demands. To help these companies, SafetyTek Software, a leading environment, health and safety (EHS) platform provider, is making its new SafetyTek COVID-19 Workforce Health Analysis solution available for free.
SafetyTek COVID-19 Workforce Health Analysis is a cloud-based solution that allows safety, human resources (HR), and other managers to share updates with workers and monitor the COVID-19 status of employees to determine who is available to work at a facility or offsite location and who needs to stay at home. Because managers can use either their computers or mobile devices to access SafetyTek COVID-19 Workforce Health Analysis, they can readily make decisions whether at the office, at a work site, at home, or in quarantine. Meanwhile, the solution lets workers self-report any symptoms of COVID-19 or potential exposure using their mobile phones. By engaging the entire workforce as well as managers, SafetyTek helps companies to create a culture of safety and unify their teams in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We founded SafetyTek to help companies navigate the many hurdles in managing safety programs, toolbox talks, and communications required to maximize workplace safety. Now, we’re seeing businesses face an urgent and unprecedented challenge in mitigating the impact of COVID-19 on their workforces,” said SafetyTek Software Founder and CEO Ryan Quiring. “Using our data-driven, cloud-based EHS platform, we’ve been able to rapidly develop our standalone SafetyTek COVID-19 Workforce Health Analysis solution, which makes it easy for managers and workers to join forces in protecting people’s health while continuing business operations. We’re also making this solution free because we strongly believe that every company should have access to all the tools available to ensure their team’s health and safety.”
COVID-19 Mitigation Made Simple with SafetyTek SafetyTek COVID-19 Workforce Health Analysis is an easy-to-use solution that safety, HR, and other managers can sign up for and begin using within minutes. With the software, managers can review a COVID-19 Workforce Health Analysis Dashboard that shows which workers have completed the COVID-19 Self-Assessment form, how many have symptoms or are at risk for COVID-19, and other related metrics. The resulting insights assist in decision-making about how to best protect workers’ health while keeping the business running. Additionally, the solution enables managers to: ● Upload employee emails in order to send out group communications efficiently. ● Send company or government updates about COVID-19 to workers. ● Provide employees a simple COVID-19 Self-Assessment form they can use to self-report their status daily through the platform via their mobile devices.
Notably, SafetyTek COVID-19 Workforce Health Analysis is an extension of the cloud-based SafetyTek Workplace Safety Engagement Platform being used by companies across North America—ensuring the scalability, reliability and performance needed to manage businesses’ COVID-19 mitigation efforts. Organizations providing essential services can benefit most immediately from using the solution. However, other businesses can also take advantage of the solution to efficiently update workers and make informed decisions about how to adjust their remote work policies as the COVID-19 situation evolves.
Availability SafetyTek COVID-19 Workforce Health Analysis is a standalone solution that is available today at no cost to users. To sign up for the free solution, visit https://safetytek.io/covid-19.
About SafetyTek SafetyTek Software is a leading environment, health and safety (EHS) platform provider. The company was founded in 2014 with a mission of supporting workplace safety by simplifying mandatory processes, enabling positive safety cultures, and reducing the carbon footprint using state-of-the art technology. Today, organizations across North America rely on the data-driven SafetyTek Workplace Safety Engagement Platform to create a safety culture of excellence that keeps the workforce protected and productive at the same time. Using the cloud-based platform, safety, HR and other managers can view the performance and engagement of safety programs throughout any workforce, engage and empower employees, and gain the real-time data insights needed for better decision making. SafetyTek is headquartered in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. To learn more, visit https://safetytek.io.
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2020.03.04 05:34 Frostyzilla Rural saskatchewanians! What is in your opinion the fastest and most reliable internet?

A friend of mine had just gotten into pc gaming and after a bit of researching i did for him, i found out that he is on a limited data plan with explornet. Is there any faster plans than 25mbs with out a data cap?. He lives approx 15 min away from saskatoon. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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2020.03.01 11:03 Connorvo Fishy Stock Grants and Activist Investor Activity at $YTEN

Fishy Stock Grants and Activist Investor Activity at $YTEN
* This was sent out to the SpringLoading email list on the morning of March 1st *
Hello All!
I just finished up gathering and analyzing the data of all of the Form 4s posted so far this year to see if there were any unusual executive compensation practices (large amounts of executive purchases, unusual stock grants, etc) happening that may point us towards companies that are worth looking deeper into.
\* This is not investing advice. I am far too unqualified (and dumb) to be giving investment advice. I simply write code to analyze all of the publicly available data and try to find anything unusual. It is up to you to do your own research and make your own investment decisions.
However, if you find this data useful, be sure to subscribe and forward it to someone else who may find it useful! \*

The Post

Today we are looking at Yield10 Bioscience, Inc. ($YTEN). According to Yahoo Finance:
Yield10 Bioscience, Inc. is an agricultural bioscience company which uses its “Trait Factory” to develop high value seed traits for the agriculture and food industries to achieve step-change improvements in crop yield to enhance global food security and develop specialty crop products. Yield10 has an extensive track record of innovation based around optimizing the flow of carbon in living systems. The “Trait Factory” has two components: the “GRAIN” computational modeling platform, which is used to identify specific gene changes designed to improve crop performance, and the deployment of those changes into crops using genome-editing or traditional agricultural biotechnology approaches. The purpose of the “Trait Factory” is to engineer precise alterations to gene activity and the flow of carbon in plants to produce higher yields with lower inputs of land, water or fertilizer. Yield10 is advancing several yield traits it has developed in crops such as canola, soybean, and corn. Yield10 is headquartered in Woburn, MA and has an Oilseeds Center of Excellence in Saskatoon, Canada.
Yield10 has had a terrible year. They are down over 86% and the year culminated with them getting delisted on December 24th. On January 15th, they announced a 1-for-40 reverse stock split in order to get their share price back over a $1 so that they could get relisted on the NASDAQ (which did happen on January 30th). As of writing this article (after the market close on Friday, February 28th), they are trading at $6.59.
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Data

As we can see from the image below, for the first time ever, Yield10 decided to award all of their executives some Common Stock at the same time (and about a month before earnings). They also recently added “Agriculture Industry Veteran Sherri M. Brown, Ph.D” to their board and granted her 10,000 stock options with the right to buy for $7.96 that “vest and become exercisable in equal quarterly installments over 4 years from 2/11/20, beginning on 5/11/20 and ending on 2/11/2024” (source: Form 4 filing).
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Sherri Brown’s Form 4 below is probably hard to read, so just visit the Form 4 filing here to look at it.

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If we take a look at the CEO’s Form 4 (it will probably be hard to read in the picture below, so just visit the filing here), we can see that “the securities awarded are in the form of restricted stock units ("RSUs"). Each RSU represents a contingent right to receive one share of the Issuer's common stock. The RSUs will vest as to 50% of the shares on 8/11/20 and the remaining 50% on 2/11/21” (source: Form 4 filing). He also received his 401(k) match on this same filing, but that probably doesn’t mean anything for the purposes of this investigation. All of the other executives also received the same structure (basically a grant of common stock that vests 50% in six months and the other 50% in one year).
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If we look just one day further back on February 10th, we see that one of the companies largest shareholders purchased 9,852 shares at an average price of $7.905 (see filing here). He also had to sell a significant number of shares for tax purposes in two separate transactions. He sold 28,256 shares at an average price of $7.8985 and 42,697 shares at $7.6873. While he clearly purchased significantly fewer shares than he had to sell, it is still a noteworthy purchase.
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Digging evenfurther back, we can see that the same director (Jack Schuler) who purchased the shares above also picked up a large $3,155,000 position back on November 14th.
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According to the Schedule 13D that was filed:
On November 14, 2019, the Issuer entered into a Securities Purchase Agreement (the “Purchase Agreement”) with certain investors named therein (the “Investors”), including certain of the Reporting Persons. Pursuant to the terms of the Purchase Agreement, the Company sold to the Investors an aggregate of 5,750 unregistered units (each, a “Unit”), with each Unit consisting of one share of Series B Convertible Preferred Stock, par value $0.01 per share (“Series B Preferred Stock”), Series A Warrants to purchase 5,000 shares of Common Stock, exercisable at a price of $0.20 (the “Series A Warrants”), and Series B Warrants to purchase 5,000 shares of Common Stock, exercisable at a price of $0.20 (the “Series B Warrants” and together with the Series A Warrants, the “Warrants”), at a price of $1,000 per unit in a private placement (the “Private Placement”), for gross proceeds of approximately $5.4 million before transaction costs. The conversion and exercise price of the Series B Preferred Stock and Warrants, respectively, are subject to adjustment pursuant to the Purchase Agreement.
These units were then converted when the company got relisted on the NASDAQ on January 15th (Form 4 filing here). If my math is correct, his $3,155,000 payment bought him 394,375 shares at a price of $8.00 per share which is well above the $7.03 the stock was trading at on January 15th. This purchase brings Mr. Schuler’s ownership stake to a massive 77.39%. Mr. Schuler is an activist investor and this clearly seems like him taking the reigns to try to steer this company in the right direction (and maybe towards an acquisition?). In fact, when it was announced on February 6th that Mr. Schuler had taken up this large of a stake, the stock jumped 58% from $6.71 to $10.50. This probably explains why he paid above market price (though that pop didn’t last long as they are now back down to $6.59).

Conclusion

Clearly Yield10 had an atrocious year that culminated with them getting delisted. However, the 1-for-40 reverse stock split to get them relisted on the NASDAQ, executive stock grants for the first time ever, and activist investor Mr. Schuler taking a massive 77.39% stake in the company were enough to set off some red flags and qualify this as “unusual activity”.
\ As we all know, I am in no way an analyst and am* not giving any investment advice. I am simply a programmer that set up some tools to analyze a bunch of data and share it with you guys. I REPEAT: THIS IS NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE. I AM FAR TOO DUMB TO BE GIVING THAT KIND OF ADVICE.\*
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2020.02.19 20:22 Player_Four Got a big old crack in my house concrete footing/foundation. Looking for recommendations.

Title says it all. There's only a million foundation/concrete repair businesses here in saskatoon, and I only have google reviews at the moment to go off of.
I could really use some more data points to help choose, please and thank you.
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2019.12.13 21:46 Intyga Fuck everything, let's start some worker co-ops

I'm tired of just being upset at stuff on the internet. Everyone on this sub knows that things are bad, and there's enough people here to start something. There's plenty of helpful material on other subreddits and the rest of the internet.
This is just a general interest thing, but if people are serious we should probably go to organize on mastodon or something
Edit: I bought the mastodon instance breadcoop.masto.host but it's not set up yet. If the name's stupid we can vote on a new one
Edit 2: Some reading material
*https://community-wealth.org/strategies/panel/coops/index.html
*Starting a co-op in MA
*The entire sidebar at /cooperatives
*https://blackcat.coop/handbook/
*https://cooperationjackson.org/
*https://blacksocialists.us/dual-power-map
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barendd Math&Physics&Chem TutoMixed programming experience Greater Toronto
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chamaelleon Wordsmith, data archivist, artist, gardener, landscaper, cook, law student Colorado
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kremor full stack web developer experienced in JavaScript and Python
margyl project manageanalyst at a web development co-op Vermont
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sorin255 IT (Linux)/Broadcast Radio Production/Writing Saskatoon
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breadcoop.masto.host is now live. Anyone who is interested please join and post your information there
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2019.12.02 17:35 nonadtepertinet City of Saskatoon Expanding GPS use to Full Fleet for Telematics

Per email sent earlier today:
About 800 vehicles and pieces of equipment will use telematics to help the City monitor, manage and make informed decisions for its corporate fleet. Telematics uses data from GPS and vehicle diagnostics to identify trends in fuel usage, idling and operating behaviours.
“Historically GPS was used for vehicle locating; however, we intend to focus on data analysis to identify ways to save money, reduce emissions and, most importantly, improve safety,” says Goran Saric, Director of Roadways, Fleet & Support. “Based on results in other municipalities with GPS telematics, the City could save up to 20% in fuel costs by addressing speeding and wasteful idling, detecting rapid acceleration, optimizing routes and reducing trips.”
This initiative can also help achieve the emissions reduction target of 80% by 2050 in the City’s Low Emissions Community Plan, through an estimated reduction of 1,600 tonnes of CO2e overall.
“With real-time fleet data, we’ll be able to keep citizens informed of our activities like snow plowing, waste collection and repairs, and make our operations much more accountable in all that we do on a daily basis,” says Saric.
A test group of vehicles was equipped with the devices this fall to configure the system, iron out any bugs and create a training module. The remaining installations are scheduled for the beginning of 2020.
Saskatoon Police Service, Saskatoon Fire Department and Saskatoon Transit already rely on GPS for routing and safety for their fleets.
The City awarded contracts to Vecima Networks Inc. for its Nero Global Tracking telematics solution, and SaskTel for the connectivity solution.
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2019.11.03 19:13 thenexttee Golf Industry Expo - Part 2

Last week, I attended the Golf Industry Expo put on by the PGA of Ontario in Kitchener. In a recap that I posted on Wednesday (Expo Recap), I covered some of the exciting products that I saw while I was there. Both equipment that has been released through press releases and others that were under embargo. One of those products seen has since been released to the public and consequentially I wasted no time in writing a review on the product. The Evnroll Putters ER10 Outback (ER10 Outback Review). But there were more discoveries that I made that didn’t involve equipment.
I’m always into discovering and covering brands developed in Canada when I have the opportunity. Truthfully, I don’t get the opportunity too often. That changed last week during the show.
My first discovery was a golf lifestyle brand by the name of PLYR. PLYR is based out of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and they make apparel that lets people know that not only you’re a golfer but that you’re a PLYR… Or shall I say a player too. From a wide assortment of caps and toques (beanies) to outerwear and t-shirts, there is something from PLYR that you might like. I had the opportunity to talk to Plyr Golf Co-Founder and President Chase Porter and this is a brand that is starting to sweep across Canada and with any luck, beyond. For more information please visit Plyr’s website.
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Later on in the day as I was walking through the show floor my eyes caught some pretty snazzy, bright, and fun pieces of apparel. Bright vivid colors, prints, and flamingos. Upon further examination, the booth was that of another Canadian apparel brand. This brand is just a little bit different than most I have covered. The reason is that it is apparel for junior golfers. Introducing, Swing Junior Apparel. Every year at the PGA Show I cover a lot of ground. The fashion end of the exhibition hall is massive yet out of all of the apparel on the floor there isn’t much in the way of dedicated junior golf apparel brands. Swing Junior Apparel is exactly that. They offer fun styles from girls rompers to athletic boys polos and everything in between. The apparel is high-quality, well-fabricated while the materials are lightweight performance fabric that is airy and they all have a great feel of hand. What’s more, is that they are very fairly priced. I had a great talk at the booth with Lynn holden (Logistics and Fulfillment) and I walked away very impressed with this brand, Swing Junior Apparel ranges in sizes from 4-18. Also of note is that they’re looking for Junior Golf Brand Ambassadors #SWINGtoWIN. For more information please visit Swing’s website.
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There are more great products that I saw while at the show but if there is one that I wanted to talk about real quickly it would be new golf shoes coming out from New Balance Golf. I had the opportunity to chat with Wendy Shackleton (Owner of Shack’s Sales Agency). Ms. Shackleton is a rep for New Balance in Ontario. At the booth, I was introduced to the New Balance Fresh Foam Links SL. Available in a few different colourways including White/Green/Yellow these golf shoes are very attractive. As one might expect from a shoe company like New Balance they’ve invested countless hours of R&D into the kinesiology of the feet. The NB Fresh Foam Links SL”utilizes data-driven designs to determine zones in the midsole where altering levels of compression and resistance are aligned to provide ultra-soft cushioning and lateral stability”. Are you familiar with mapping technology like “BodiTrak” where it maps where your weight is placed throughout the swing? Well, that’s basically what New Balance had done with these shoes. They had my size so I tried them on. Right out-of-the-box they were comfortable, felt cushy but with support and quite frankly my temperamental feet loved them in the short time I had them on. A “live-fire” testing and review has been arranged and I will be wearing them in Orlando at the PGA Show. I cannot wait.
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Last but not least, I wanted to touch on a product really fast. While it may not be a golf product per se I wanted to touch on a beer, I mean, golf and beer go together right?! Just like peas and carrots. While at the expo I walked by a booth a tried a beer from a brewery that I had never heard of. That brewery was Amsterdam Brewing Company. Amsterdam are the producers of 3 Speed Lager which is a German-style Lager. this beer is the best-tasting beer that I have tried in my life. So good in fact that I have dubbed it “The Officially Unofficial Beer of UTNT”. This beer has won awards and rightfully so. If you’re a reader of mine and you live in Ontario, Canada get your hands on this craft beer. Amsterdam is the third-largest craft brewery in Ontario.
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