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first_imgDavid Clanachan, president of the CPL, and Jeff Hunt, a Canadian sports figure, also participated in the act of welcoming Atlético, who in his adventure in Ottawa He will play his matches at TD Place Stadium. In addition, he released his accounts on social networks, @Atleti_Ottawa. As an anecdote, the mayor of Ottawa designated February 11 as ‘Athletic Day’. In addition, the new club officially announced that its coach will be Mista, former player of Atlético himself and Valencia among others. The team will start competing in April. Atlético Ottawa is already a reality and in the capital of Canada they celebrate it. ANDMayor Jim Watson made an official reception for the club rojiblanco, whose delegation was headed by CEO Gil Marín, accompanied by Fernando López, responsible for international expansion. Atlético has bought a license to compete in the Canadian Premier League, which will begin its second edition in April.last_img read more

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first_imgFinance Minister Moana Kalosil Carcasses with partner, Marie Source = e-Travel Blackboard: M.H The tourism industry in Vanuatu has been given a much needed boost, with the country’s Minister of Finance, Moana Kalosil Carcasses revealing that the government would be increasing its tourism budget from 136 million vatu (AU$1.5 million) to 200 million vatu (AU$2.1 million).The announcement confirms a commitment made by Mr Carcasses in Sydney in April, when he promised the ni-Vanuatu administration would be doubling its investment in Australia, which is now set to receive AU$800,000.Talking to reporters at the close of Tok Tok 2011, Mr Carcasses also said Port Vila Bauerfield International Airport would be upgraded to host larger wide body aircraft, an initiative he estimates will take two years to complete.As well as offering tax breaks to hotels and total tax exemptions to extensions or new buildings, Vanuatu has signed an agreement with the Australian Government to help improve the nation’s infrastructure, including an upgrade to Port Vila’s main wharf, the minister said.Following his address, Mr Carcasses wooed delegates at Tok Tok’s farewell evening with a rendition of his favourite Elvis Presley tune.“When I got up to sing, I thought everybody would leave, but they are all still here,” Mr Carcasses told e-Travel Blackboard. There is no doubt he will be hoping visitors to his country do the same thing.last_img read more

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