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Charter Presentation

Transcript: In 2008, the government introduced an act amending the criminal code. It added mandatory minimum sentence for those who found guilty of various forearm cases. The act prohibited possession of a loaded prohibited firearm or possession of an unloaded prohibited firearm alongside ammunition. summary conviction: minimum sentence of one year. indictable offenses: minimum sentence of three years. # In 2011, Nur was tried at the Ontario Supreme court of Justice.He argued that the mandatory minimum sentence was unconstitutional as it violates section 12 of his rights and freedoms because it would capture certain behaviors falling short of criminal conduct. # The trial judge found that the mandatory minimum sentence was not unconstitutional. therefore, nur was sentenced for one day in prison. (as he has already served 26 months in custody- credited as double time). # In 2013, Nur appealed to the ontarion court of appeal. The court found that the mandatory minimum sentence is unconstitutional. Questions by Alvin Thomas Section 12: Cruel and Unusual punishment. R v. NUR Overview Everyone has the right not to be subjected to any cruel and unusual treatment or punishment. Summary # In jan 2009, Toronto police were informed that a threatening person was waiting outside the community center. # When an officer arrived , the respondent Hussein Jama Nur , a 19 year old high school student ran away and the officer gave him a chase. # During the chase, Nur threw a loaded semiautomatic handgun at the officer. # Nur was promptly arrested and the gun was recovered . # He was charged under section 95(1) under criminal code-- indictable offence. Rights violated Is it fair to have a mandatory minimum sentence for a firearm offence? Considering the fact that Nur has never fired using his gun, he was charged for the possession of a firearm. Is that justifiable? Do you think that Nur's rights and freedom is violated? summary conviction: offenses which are less serious because they are punishable by shorter prison terms and smaller fines. Indictable offenses: offenses which are more serious. Continues...... section 12 : Cruel and Unusual punishment. Charter Presentation

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Transcript: Next Step: Develop a method to track/measure participation and outcomes. Work on structure, leadership, oversight and marketing mock-up Develop concept in order to calculate economic, financial and marketing pluses and minuses Deadline: July 2012 Define Objectives Look at expectations, reflections and student membership. Deadline: Ongoing Sponsorship Gain approval of Faculty Senate for transcription notation. Deadline: Spring 2013 Ideation Liz Ferris, Liz Johnson, Sarah Soper, Molly Vanderpool Helping students academically adjust to college may not be enough to keep them there. Studies indicate that it's not necessarily the brightest students who are most likely to stay, but rather those who build strong connections with their environment. Source: gallup.com/selfdiscovery Next Step: Additional Lit Review, student focus groups, review existing programs at peer institutions Project Template Outline Overview Purpose and Background Framework Team Organization Resources Process, Milestones, and Next Steps Sponsorship Project Overview Framework Base programming has been identified, but will need updating as research is completed. Deadline: Fall 2012 Next Steps Resources Next Step: Work with project sponsor to gather info and get key stakeholders on board. Team Organization Next Step: Meet with project sponsor for input/advice. Incorporate new items from research. Purpose and Background Research Next Step: Work with University College to get on NSO schedule. Develop self-assessment to be used in FYS. Plan recruitment events and curriculum. Connect students to “Optimal Resume” Work with HIP to review existing research and potential connection. Deadline: Midterm Fall 2012 Next Step: Focus groups, develop survey’s and evaluations to be used during program and events. Learn Process, Milestones, and Next Steps Class of 2017 will be integrated into program through NSO and FYS. Deadline: Summer and Fall 2013 Prototype Finalize the name of the program, the level names and what must be attained to finish a level as well as programmatic information for students. Also address how we will track and measure the program. Deadline: February 2013 Next Step: Ongoing – further definition as project develops Implement

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Transcript: BUDGET The recycling plate: It will help them to reach the goal of recycle 90 percent of their non-industrial waste worldwide. Water recycling plate: Extensive water reuse and reclamation practices are in Place, this resource will help TI to reuse about 1.5 billion gallons annually. Department of Product Stewardship: This will help TI to produce more than 30 billion lead-free TI components are in products worldwide. Green Building: Installing“cool” white roofs. Employee Trip Reduction: This program keeps hundreds of cars off the road everyday CONCLUSION Lack of strong strategic marketing power, poor organization infrastructure and dependency on few customers and distributors are some of the major findings. Possible recommendations are provided through this project which could help in implementing the processes and to get rid of the weaknesses and present and future threats. ALEX DEBORA DEVA ERICH ELVIS RESOURCES Lack of measurables Inconsistent execution Lck of maturity Data efficiency No metrics to quantify project Lack of devotion BENEFITS TO THE ORGANIZATION Overall project cost was 30 percent less than the previous one. In the first full year, TI expect to save $1 million in operating costs. At full build out, TI will save more than $4 million per year including 20 percent energy reduction, 35 percent water-use reduction, 50 percent emissions reduction TEXAS INSTRUMENTS RISK ANALYSIS AGENDA TI will invest less than 1 percent of the project cost (less than $1.5 billion) in LEED-related items.

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