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At Appliance Service Plus, we're passionate about providing personalized services and helpful advice with a friendly smile. We believe our commitment to quality distinguishes us from the crowd. When your appliances fail, we're here when you need us the most.

Whether you need washer repair, stove repair, or anything in between, our process is simple and streamlined:

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We'll itemize the time and parts necessary to get your appliance back in action and get it repaired ASAP.

We support all major brands and appliances, handling extended service warranty agreements for Lowe's, Home Depot, and other major brands. When you contact us, we strive to provide an engaging, positive experience. It all begins with a friendly smile from our office staff and hard work from our licensed and insured technicians.

Here are just a few of the most common appliance problems we solve every day:

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Whatever appliance repair issue you're stressed over, there's no problem too big or small for our team to handle. At Appliance Service Plus, we offer a total package of quality service, fair prices, friendly customer service, and effective fixes. Unlike some appliance companies in Hume, our technicians are trained rigorously and undergo extensive background checks. We work with all major appliances and are capable of GE appliance repair, Maytag appliance repair, Frigidaire appliance repair, and more.

New and repeat customers choose Appliance Repair Plus because we offer:

  • Over 50 Years of Combined Appliance Repair Experience
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Whether you need an emergency repair for your clothes washer or need routine maintenance for your dishwasher, we're here to exceed your expectations - no if's, and's, or but's.

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Ben Ennis and Stephen Brunt continue their preview of the 2022 Blue Jays season from the Sportsnet Grill at Rogers Centre, and bring on radio play-by-play voice Ben Wagner to discuss the first batting order of the season, what to expect from the team's stars, and the energy down at the stadium (19:01). They also discuss Auston Matthews breaking Rick Vaive's franchise record for most goals in a season by a Toronto Maple Leaf, and ask the question: is Pascal Siakam a superstar?The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the h...

Ben Ennis and Stephen Brunt continue their preview of the 2022 Blue Jays season from the Sportsnet Grill at Rogers Centre, and bring on radio play-by-play voice Ben Wagner to discuss the first batting order of the season, what to expect from the team's stars, and the energy down at the stadium (19:01). They also discuss Auston Matthews breaking Rick Vaive's franchise record for most goals in a season by a Toronto Maple Leaf, and ask the question: is Pascal Siakam a superstar?The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

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Ben Ennis and Stephen Brunt make their way down to the Sportsnet Grill at Rogers Centre, as they await first pitch of the 2022 Blue Jays season opener! They speak to a host of characters, including Blue Jays Adam Cimber (2:01) and Gosuke Katoh (26:00). Afterwards, they're joined on the desk by Arash Madani, who discusses the offseason moves and what to expect tonight (29:44), plus the duo of Ben Nicholson-Smith and Arden Zwelling from Sportsnet's At The Letters podcast (41:10).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

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Dan Shulman (1:00) kicks of the MLB season with some expectations for the Jays and how last year the team took advantage of Dunedin and Buffalo which helped them offensively. If some numbers go down, don’t be shocked but the overall team can win more games. Later (37:00) we speak with Christine Brennan from USA Today who is at Augusta covering The Masters and specifically the return of Tiger Woods. It's almost impossible to compare this to anything in sports. She has been critical of him in the past and is still blown away from his performance. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.

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Ben and Stephen open with Day 1 at The Masters and specifically Tiger Woods shooting -1. After a quick chat about the Jays And opening night, the guys are joined by Rex Hoggard (15:00) from The Golf Channel. They debate whether Tiger can be considered “in contention” today and how there is a hole in The Masters when he’s not there. Later on, Frank Seravalli (25:30) from DailyFaceoff.com shares why he believes Matthews is the favourite for The Hart, but he’s not 100% sold. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.

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Indoor Air: a breath of fresh air or cause for concern?

Go to News Index ?Controlling common pollutants and improving indoor air quality can help reduce the risk of health concerns including the primary route of COVID-19 transmission.With the sixth wave of COVID overtaking us, Ontario hospitalizations up 40 per cent over last week, worker illness threatening delivery of critical public services and many business functions including all important supply chains, layers of protection remain cri...

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Controlling common pollutants and improving indoor air quality can help reduce the risk of health concerns including the primary route of COVID-19 transmission.

With the sixth wave of COVID overtaking us, Ontario hospitalizations up 40 per cent over last week, worker illness threatening delivery of critical public services and many business functions including all important supply chains, layers of protection remain critical. Many are calling for the reintroduction of mask mandates as a simple precaution to get us to warmer days, more outdoor activities and lower community spread. Equally important (and perhaps more important in the absence of universal masking) is the work of improving indoor air quality.

TRAIN to reduce indoor air contaminants. https://www.whsc.on.ca/Training/Training-Registration

Indoor air pollution is two to five times higher than outdoor pollution. Moreover, workers today often find themselves in closed buildings with outdated HVAC systems that recirculate polluted air. Too often though ventilation is the missing piece in workplace efforts to control hazardous exposures including the COVID-19 virus and its highly transmissible variants. And yet like masks, increased ventilation and air filtration is a reasonable step employers should be taking to fulfill their general duty in health and safety law to safeguard workers. It is also a highly effective precaution, a recent and large study conducted in schools located in Italy’s central Marche region by the Hume Foundation indicated effective ventilation can reduce airborne transmission of COVID-19 by more than 80 per cent.

Recognition, assessment and control training, a first step.

Our training programs in real-time, instructor-led virtual classrooms can help you comply with requirements and boost your workplace health and safety efforts. Our three-hour Indoor Air program is designed to help workplace representatives proactively recognize, assess and make recommendations to control or better yet eliminate indoor pollution sources. Taking into account new research and developments, this program covers hazards such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), ozone, formaldehyde, pesticides, legionella and now the virus that causes COVID-19. Relevant legislation and measures to combat these hazards now also includes those needed to mitigate the transmission of COVID-19 too.

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Why our virtual learning environment is unique and effective? ? Live online learning on a secure Zoom platform ? Highly qualified instructors with considerable real-world experience ? Small class sizes designed for maximum engagement ? Proven class activities for assured learning.

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Need more information? Additional training: Check out all WHSC programs Contact a WHSC training services representative in your area. Email: contactus@whsc.on.ca Visit: www.whsc.on.ca Connect with and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube.

Delivery company files class action on behalf of 2,500 Amazon-branded partners

A Wyoming company is escalating the fight between Amazon and its network of delivery company partners that help get packages around the country from warehouse to doorstep.Amazon and Amazon Logistics, its transportation and logistics service, launched the Delivery Services Partners program in 2018, and billed it as a way for entrepreneurs to get a cut of the profits from the seemingly endless stream of online orders by setting up their own company and employing their own drivers.Since then, several delivery partners have accused...

A Wyoming company is escalating the fight between Amazon and its network of delivery company partners that help get packages around the country from warehouse to doorstep.

Amazon and Amazon Logistics, its transportation and logistics service, launched the Delivery Services Partners program in 2018, and billed it as a way for entrepreneurs to get a cut of the profits from the seemingly endless stream of online orders by setting up their own company and employing their own drivers.

Since then, several delivery partners have accused Amazon Logistics of setting unrealistic — and unsafe — expectations for drivers, controlling most aspects of the independently owned companies’ operations and overstating potential profits for each business owner. Two delivery partners operating in Oregon and one in North Carolina have sued Amazon over the allegations.

Now, Wyoming-based Fli-Lo Falcon and owner Max Whitfield are going one step further with a class-action lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Seattle on behalf of Amazon’s estimated 2,500 delivery service partners in the U.S.

“The purpose of the DSP program is to shield Amazon from its responsibility to delivery drivers and the public,” the lawsuit read. “Amazon, by and through [Amazon Logistics], exercises near complete control over the DSPs but fails to provide the required safeguards” under Washington law.

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Fli-Lo, headquartered in Casper, Wyoming, agreed to deliver Amazon packages in Sacramento, California, through a contract set to run from October 2019 to May 15, 2021. After an upfront investment of $10,000 and some time to train drivers through Amazon’s own program, Fli-Lo started making Amazon deliveries in January 2020 and did so until the end of its contract last year.

During peak times, Fli-Lo delivered about 350-400 packages per day per van, according to the lawsuit. A typical fleet for delivery service partners had 20-40 Amazon-branded vans, and Fli-Lo had about 80 drivers on its payroll “at any given time.”

Amazon Logistics set the route for drop-offs and monitored drivers as they worked, keeping track of things like vehicle acceleration and braking, as well as how often drivers touched their phone while driving and whether they wore a seat belt. It would use that data to keep track of a worker’s performance, and keep a record of “petty infractions,” the lawsuit alleged.

It would lower a driver’s performance if they left a package on one side of a customer’s door rather than the other, if they could not deliver a package because a building’s office was closed or if they lost cellphone signal — and consequently tracking capability — while driving a rural route.

Amazon Logistics would use those ratings and infractions to “score” drivers and delivery service partners, and calculate whether the business owner would earn a bonus. Fli-Lo relied on that bonus to meet the profit range Amazon had promised, but received it just 5% of the weeks it operated.

According to the court filing, delivery service partners on average made between $31,500 and $64,500, far less than the $75,000-$300,000 in profits Amazon advertised when it launched the program.

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“[Amazon Logistics] uses a subjective and opaque formation with impossible benchmarks” to determine profits, the lawsuit read. “The potential profit range is a pipe dream that is rarely achieved.”

For drivers, Amazon set “exceedingly aggressive time limits that could rarely be safely met,” the lawsuit alleged. Those limits didn’t change if the driver had to navigate a dense urban area or visit a high-rise apartment complex for a delivery.

The expectations were so strenuous that Whitfield often had to deploy a “rescue” driver to take over for an “overburdened” worker already on the road.

In response to the litigation, Amazon spokesperson Maria Boschetti said the company disagrees with the allegations and believes they are without merit.

“Amazon is proud of the DSP program — it’s created opportunities for more than 3,000 small businesses and led to 250,000 new jobs, and the vast majority of DSP owners tell us they appreciate being a part of it,” Boschetti said. “While we won’t always get everything right, we continue to invest millions of dollars to support our partners and help them succeed.”

Whitfield declined to comment through his attorney, Daniel Hume from New York-based Kirby McInerney LLP.

It’s not yet clear how many delivery service partners could be included in the legal action complaint, but Whitfield and Hume estimate it could be thousands. It aims to include delivery service partners in the U.S. who signed on following Amazon’s second iteration of the program — DSP 2.0 — from 2019 to present.

Lauren Rosenblatt: 206-464-2927 or lrosenblatt@seattletimes.com; on Twitter: @LRosenblatt_.

Albemarle Corporation to Release First-Quarter 2022 Earnings Results on Wednesday, May 4, 2022

ALBemarle Corporation a leader in the global specialty chemicals industry, announced today that it will release its first-quarter 2022 earnings after the NYSE closes on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 . The company will hold its conference call to discuss first-quarter 2022 results on Thursday, May 5 at 9:00 a.m. ET . This call will be webcast and can be accessed through Albemarle Corporation's website at via the webcast ...ALBemarle Corporatio...

ALBemarle Corporation a leader in the global specialty chemicals industry, announced today that it will release its first-quarter 2022 earnings after the NYSE closes on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 . The company will hold its conference call to discuss first-quarter 2022 results on Thursday, May 5 at 9:00 a.m. ET . This call will be webcast and can be accessed through Albemarle Corporation's website at via the webcast ...

ALBemarle Corporation (NYSE: ALB), a leader in the global specialty chemicals industry, announced today that it will release its first-quarter 2022 earnings after the NYSE closes on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 .

The company will hold its conference call to discuss first-quarter 2022 results on Thursday, May 5 , at 9:00 a.m. ET . This call will be webcast and can be accessed through Albemarle Corporation's website at http://investors.albemarle.com , via the webcast link below or by phone at the following numbers:

US Toll free: + 1 844 200 6205 International direct: +1 929 526 1599 Access code: 277103 Webcast: Q1 Webcast Link

To avoid registration wait times, participants are encouraged to use the webcast link as the primary listening source. If a caller is anticipating asking a question, please dial in 15 minutes before the start of the call to be placed in the queue early.

An online replay of this call will be available on Albemarle Corporation's website (for 12 months) and by phone at the following numbers (for 7 days):

US Toll free: +1 866 813 9403 International direct: +44 204 525 0658 Access Code: 840105

About Albemarle ALBemarle Corporation (NYSE: ALB) is a global specialty chemicals company with leading positions in lithium, bromine and catalysts. We think beyond business as usual to power the potential of companies in many of the world's largest and most critical industries, such as energy, electronics, and transportation. We actively pursue a sustainable approach to managing our diverse global footprint of world-class resources. In conjunction with our highly experienced and talented global teams, our deep-seated values, and our collaborative customer relationships, we create value-added and performance-based solutions that enable a safer and more sustainable future.

We regularly post information to www.albemarle.com , including notification of events, news, financial performance, investor presentations and webcasts, non-GAAP reconciliations, SEC filings and other information regarding our company, its businesses and the markets it serves.

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What is Hume Lake Christian Camp east of Fresno? There was a COVID outbreak there

Hume Lake Christian Camp is the center of COVID-19 concerns that officials from the Fresno County Department of Public Health stopped short of calling an “outbreak.”Last week, a San Francisco television station reported that at least three Bay Area children who were at the camp tested ...

Hume Lake Christian Camp is the center of COVID-19 concerns that officials from the Fresno County Department of Public Health stopped short of calling an “outbreak.”

Last week, a San Francisco television station reported that at least three Bay Area children who were at the camp tested positive for the virus and were sent home early. On Wednesday, the Well Church is Fresno announced the cancellation of its youth activities after members were exposed to COVID-19 while staying at the camp.

The camp is situated at Hume Lake, 65 miles east of Fresno in the Sierra National Forest near the entrance to Kings Canyon National Park.

According to its website, the Christian Bible camp was conceived by a group of men in Dinuba in 1945. They purchased 320 acres of lakeshore property that including the Hume Lake Hotel, store, service station, post office, 22 cottages and 22 boats. The camp opened in 1946.

That year it saw 670 campers (and 15 volunteer staff members). By 1966, some 10,511 campers attended three separate camps at Hume Lake: Ponderosa for high school and college; Meadow Ranch for junior high; and Wagon Train for juniors, 8-11.

Adult conferences were held in a lakeview chapel.

The camp now sits on 365 acres and has four chapels — the largest seating some 1,050 — plus three dining halls and a variety of room accommodations. It hosts some 2,000 campers in a given week, according to a representative for the Hume Lake organization, which also runs camps in San Bernardino County, San Diego and in Massachusetts.

The camp is run as a non-denominational, non-profit organization known as Hume Ministries. As such it hosts year-round programming and retreats for both youth and adults. It still offers week-long camps for high school, junior high and middle-school children, but also team sports and science camps, a worship leadership retreat and day camps for first to sixth grade students.

For adults, there are father/daughter and father/son retreats, a fishing retreat and retreats for married couples and pastors.

The camp also hosts a variety of outside groups, providing meals, lodging and facilities for anywhere from 50 to 1,500 people.

Last year, Hume Lake canceled its in-person camps for the summer due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Executive Director Dathan Brown said at the time that the camp was slated to lose about $19 million in revenue, though churches like The Well encouraged members to let the camp keep their dues and even donate additional funds to help keep it afloat.

The Well had 450 people – students in middle and high school and adult leaders – at the camp last week.

This story was originally published July 29, 2021 10:22 AM.

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