I don't think anyone expected the fund to ever reach one trillion dollars when the first transfer of oil revenue was made in May 1996, said Yngve Slyngstad, CEO of Norges Bank Management, which administers the fund. Reaching one trillion dollars is a milestone, and the growth in the fund's market value has been stunning. That stands in stark contrast to Alberta's oil fund, which is valued at C$17.2 billion, according to a statement released last month.
I believe her death was directly related to the work she was doing, said Professor Remington, who teaches at Bellarmine University in Louisville. The city Ms Jones returned to in 1959 after graduating from Howard University School of Law was deeply segregated. We taught the Negros how to use that voting machine, Ms Jones told The Courier-Journal in March 1965. Ms Jones lived in Louisville's majority-black West End with her mother and sister, just a couple of blocks from the young Cassius Clay.
There's no shortage of controversy surrounding the British Columbia government's decision to stop the grizzly bear trophy hunt. Outfitters in the Yukon have already raised concerns, calling for more scientific studies to inform bear management decisions. Albertamay also face increased scrutiny and pressure to reconsider a grizzly hunt in light of research on bear populations and public tolerance for conflict. This view is supported in other literature, with some researchers adding a regulated bear hunt may increase public acceptance of living alongside grizzly bears.
A Canadian woman who thought she had run over a coyote got a surprise when she found it blinking up at her from her car's front grille. Georgie Knox, from Airdrie, Alberta, was on her way to work when the animal darted in front of her vehicle. In a post on Facebook, she said she hit the animal, heard a crunch, and thought she had killed it.
CLOSE The two men paused their game to give the limping coyote some water in the shade. A coyote is trapped in the grill of Georgie Knox's car in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. A coyote in Canada went for a wild ride last week after being hit by a woman's car and being embedded in the car's grille. Georgie Knox said she was driving to work early one morning when the coyote darted out in front of her car.