/EIN News/ -- VANCOUVER B.C., CANADA, Dec. 18, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE -- iTokk, Inc. (OTC PINK: IKTO) (the "Company"), is pleased to announce that, as part of its strategic re-positioning the Company has signed a Letter of Intent to acquire Water Street Profile Services Inc. (“The Profile”) a Vancouver, British Columbia based Coworking business club. The Profile currently operates three Coworking locations in Vancouver, BC with over 34,000 square feet of operating Coworking space. The Profile is owned and operated by Kevin Penstock. Mr. Penstock is also the CEO and majority shareholder of the Company. As the number of freelancers and remote workers continue to rise, the shift towards Coworking shows no signs of slowing down. The Coworking industry offers something to startups that traditional solutions cannot, which is the ability for office space to scale with the company’s growth both seamlessly and flawlessly. With over 15,000 Coworking … [Read more...] about ITOKK, Inc. Announces Letter of Intent to Acquire Water Street Profile Services Inc.
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opinion Fort Collins Coloradoan Published 8:00 AM EST Dec 16, 2018 Letters to the editor of up to 250 words may be sent to the Coloradoan at [email protected] or submitted online at http://noconow.co/opinionsubmissions. Submissions should include the writer's address and phone number. City electric rates are discriminatory I own one of approximately 6,000 homes in Fort Collins that are totally powered by electricity. My home was built in 1979, when no natural gas taps were available. I spoke at City Council twice in November 2017 in opposition to the proposed Time of Use (TOU) electrical rates. The first time I asked for equality; the second time I begged for them to not discriminate against those of us with all electric homes. I spoke at the City Council meeting on Oct. 20 in opposition to the new TOD (Time of Day) utility rates and the proposed 5 percent increase in electric and 2 percent for water rates. They passed. Under the current rates, … [Read more...] about Letters to the editor on electric rates, U+2 and discrimination
Maryann Struman Detroit Free Press Published 3:28 PM EST Nov 5, 2018 It’s getting already dark an hour earlier, so could it be far behind? That dreaded, four-letter word – S-N-O-W – is in the forecast for metro Detroit by Thursday night, according to the National Weather Service office in White Lake. Wet, breezy weather will hit metro Detroit on Tuesday just as voters head to the polls for the 2018 general election. Tuesday’s high is expected to hit 52 degrees but winds will gust as high as 38 m.p.h., with a 50 percent chance of precipitation. Then temps will begin a steady slide through Friday, when the high is expected to reach 42 degrees and a low of 28. And metro Detroit could see snow showers Thursday night into Friday morning, according to the weather service. The forecast is somewhat fitting since Nov. 4-10 is Michigan Winter Hazards Awareness Week. The weather service along with FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency) offers a … [Read more...] about Awesome! Metro Detroit could see snow showers by week’s end
By Rich Archbold | [email protected] | Press-TelegramPUBLISHED: September 6, 2018 at 9:39 am | UPDATED: September 6, 2018 at 10:07 am Dear Carmen, Huitzil and Elena, Sunday, Sept. 9, is a special day, but you’re all too young to know why. But then you’re not alone. More than 90 percent of adults aren’t aware that Sunday is Grandparents Day. In 1978, Congress passed legislation creating Grandparents Day and President Jimmy Carter signed it, proclaiming the first Sunday following Labor Day as the day to recognize grandparents. Not to worry, though. You don’t have to buy any presents for your Grandpa Cubbie (I’m a diehard Chicago Cubs fan) or Grandma Lita (short for abuelita, the Spanish word for grandmother). Just keep doing what you’re doing: being the best grandkids in the world. Am I biased? You bet. I have only a few hundred photos of you, ready to show at any time. I call you my 1-2-3 grandkids. Carmen, you’re 3; Huitzil, you’re 2, … [Read more...] about Rich Archbold column: Top 5 things I learned from my grandkids
'God showed up'Re: "Cohen implicates president — Says Trump told him to pay off women for 'purpose of influencing' election; Giuliani says lawyer's guilty pleas don't point finger at White House," Wednesday news story. Reverends from Franklin Graham to Dallas' Robert Jeffress have indicated "God showed up" in the 2016 election. If so, the almighty also showed up in federal court Tuesday. Let's see if he shows up now in the right wing of Congress.Jack Bowen, North Fort WorthShame for GOP I worked with pride for Texas GOP Sen. John Tower in the early 1980s. But Tuesday's guilty verdicts for President Donald Trump's campaign manager, Paul Manafort, and lawyer, Michael Cohen, only inflamed my feelings of shame for what the Republican Party has become.This White House violated campaign finance laws to get elected and used congressional Republicans to cover its tracks. The Trump regime has turned its back on the rule of law, democratic principles and basic human … [Read more...] about Letters: What now, Congress? Proverbs 13:20, unauthorized immigrants, Catholics