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Message par yanis la chouette le Mar 3 Oct - 17:26

Countdown to Sunday’s Netherlands Open Day

3 October 2017
This Sunday is when ESA opens the doors of its largest establishment, letting visitors meet
astronauts and space experts, talk to the teams behind Europe’s space missions and inspect
a unique concentration of space simulation and test facilities.

Nestled beside North Sea sand dunes, is ESA’s technical heart in Noordwijk,
the Netherlands, where space missions are first designed, then guided through
development and finally tested for orbital readiness – and new technology
is developed to enable the next generation of spacecraft.

This Sunday marks the centre’s seventh annual Open Day, set to be the biggest yet,
with the theme of Bringing Space To Earth.

A record eight astronauts will be speaking and signing autographs: Jean-Jacques Favier
and Claudie Haigneré of France, Michael Foale of the UK, Dirk Frimout of Belgium, Ulf Merbold
and Ernst Messerschmid of Germany, Dumitru Prunariu of Romania,
and André Kuipers of the Netherlands.


ESTEC
This year’s Open Day will also include a rare public walkthrough of ESA’s Test Centre,
where satellites are subjected to simulated launch and orbital conditions.

Visitors will be able to see the Phenix thermal vacuum chamber, which exposes satellites
to sustained vacuum and temperature extremes for days or weeks at a time,
the Large European Acoustic Facility, which blasts satellites with the equivalent sound
pressure experienced during a rocket launch, and the Hertz radio-frequency test chamber,
which simulates the boundless realm of space to test radio systems as
if they are already operating in orbit.


Hertz chamber
The Test Centre is available for viewing this year because it has recently completed
its largest-scale test programme yet: clearing a total of 22 Galileo navigation satellites
for launch. It will host a special exhibit on Galileo, Europe’s own satnav system, including
a chance to watch the next launch here with the Galileo team.

The site is home to multiple ESA Directorates, so a wide variety of activities
will also be presented: visitors will be able to take a 3D tour of the International Space Station,
learn about the Sentinel-5P atmosphere-monitoring mission due to be launched next week,
and try out spacecraft navigation systems for themselves.

ESA’s Education team has planned a full day of lectures, aimed at both schoolchildren
and university students – and their parents – along with fun activities including Lego robot
building and firing bottle rockets.


Open Day visitors
ESA’s Dutch partners will also be represented: the NL Space Tent gathers together Dutch
researchers and engineers to present their own cutting-edge work, including the development
of the Tropomi instrument at the heart of Sentinel-5P. And Space Expo, the adjacent permanent
visitor centre, will be participating with bargain half-price tickets, to see historic European
and Dutch space exhibits, including the Soyuz capsule that returned André Kuipers to Earth.

In order to give visitors the best possible experience, admission is by ticket only. The tickets
are sold out – if you have booked tickets but are unable to come then please cancel them
so that others can have a chance to attend.


Space Expo
For full details of how to reach the centre, and associated FAQs, as well as the full programme
of activities, please see the right-hand links.

Please spread the word about your time at the Open Day on Twitter and Instagram on the hashtags
#OpenESTEC and #WeekendVanDeWetenschap (for the Dutch Weekend of Science).

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Prime Minister to travel to the United States and Mexico

October 3, 2017
Ottawa, Ontario

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced that he will travel to Washington, D.C., from October
10 to 11, and to Mexico City from October 12 to 13.
The Prime Minister will visit Washington, D.C. to take part in a keynote conversation
with Pattie Sellers at the 2017 Fortune Most Powerful Women (MPW) Summit on October 10.
The conversation will be an opportunity to discuss the importance of gender equality
and the ways women’s economic empowerment helps create economic
growth that works for everyone.
While in Washington, D.C., the Prime Minister will also meet
with United States President Donald J. Trump to discuss issues of importance
to both countries, including international security and our vital trade
and economic relationship.
On October 12, Prime Minister Trudeau will travel to Mexico City for his first official visit
to Mexico. There, he will meet with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to discuss trade,
regional cooperation and ways to further strengthen Canada-Mexico ties. While in Mexico,
the Prime Minister will honour the victims of recent earthquakes and participate in events with civil society.
Quotes

“Gender equality is a priority for Canada, both at home and abroad. When women have
an active voice at the table, we all benefit – communities, businesses and governments.
At Fortune’s MPW Summit this year, I look forward to sharing how Canada
is working to advance gender equality.”
— The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada
“The United States is Canada’s top economic partner, and it’s important
that we continue to work together to strengthen trade, investment and economic opportunity
for people on both sides of our border. I look forward to discussing with President Trump
how to enhance our mutual prosperity and security.”
— The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada
“Canada and Mexico are important partners on many issues, including trade, culture,
the environment and regional cooperation. I am excited to visit Mexico for the first time
as Prime Minister to meet with President Peña Nieto and engage with civil society
to deepen relations between our two countries.”
— The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada
Quick Facts

Canada and the United States share one of the largest trading relationships in the world.
Bilateral trade between the two countries was valued at nearly $882 billion in 2016,
and Canada is the largest secure supplier of energy to the U.S.
The two countries share the longest, secure border in the world, over which 400,000 people
and $2.4 billion worth of goods and services cross daily.
Canada is the number one export destination for most American states, and cross-border trade
and investment supports nearly nine millions jobs in the United States.
Canada and Mexico are among each other’s largest two-way trading partners,
and bilateral trade between the two countries, valued at over $40 billion in 2016,
continues to grow annually.
Canada offered assistance to Mexico in the wake of recent devastating earthquakes.
Associated Links

Canada and United States Relations
Canada-Mexico Relations
Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit

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OCTOBER 9-11, 2017: WASHINGTON, D.C.
The 2017 Fortune MPW Summit will be held October 9-11, 2017 in Washington D.C.
We are at capacity, please click here to apply for the waitlist.

Beginning on May 9, Main stage sessions will be broadcast live here. Full sessions from
the main stage will also be available on demand on our Fortune Magazine YouTube Channel.

Fortune MPW started as a list 18 years ago and has evolved into the world’s most
extraordinary leadership community, convening the preeminent women in business—
along with select leaders in government, philanthropy, education and the arts—
for wide-ranging conversations that inspire and deliver practical advice.  
The program features one-on- one interviews, panel discussions, interactive breakout
sessions and high-level networking.

Confirmed participants include CEOs Mary Barra of General Motors, Shelley Broader of Chico’s,
Michele Buck of Hershey, Wendy Clark of DDB North America, Mary Dillon of Ulta Beauty,
Cathy Engelbert of Deloitte, Adena Friedman of NASDAQ, Margo Georgiadis of Mattel, Shira Goodman of Staples,
Arianna Huffington of Thrive Global, Marillyn Hewson of Lockheed Martin, Denise Morrison of Campbell Soup,
Indra Nooyi of PepsiCo, and Geisha Williams of PG&E. Plus: former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson,
NYSE Group COO Stacey Cunningham, Facebook VP Carolyn Everson, CVS EVP Helena Foulkes,
Ariel Investments President Mellody Hobson, U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar, Billie Jean King,
Instagram COO Marne Levine, Mars director and former Chairman Victoria Mars,  fashion entrepreneur
Rebecca Minkoff, Penny Pritzker, Ann Romney, designer Diane von Furstenberg,
Verizon EVP Marni Walden, U.S. Secretary of the Air Force Dr. Heather Wilson, and Sally Yates,
and senior women at leading global companies including Amazon, Airbnb, Apple, AT&T, Coca-Cola,
Disney, eBay, Google, Goldman Sachs, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, Nike, PayPal,
Procter & Gamble, Salesforce, Starbucks, and Unilever. Also, singer-songwriter Jewel
will be with us to perform and share her inspiring story.

Visit Fortune.com/mpw to read all of Fortune‘s coverage of women leaders and MPW events.

PICTURED AT THE 2016 FORTUNE MPW SUMMIT

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Canada-Mexico Relations

A Strategic Partner for Canada

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Spanning more than 70 years, Canada and Mexico share a vibrant,
multi-faceted relationship that is characterized by deep people-to-people ties,
rich cultural connections and growing trade and investment. In recognition
of this important relationship, the Government of Canada has committed
to enhancing and expanding relations with Mexico, both bilaterally
and within the North American partnership.

Canada and Mexico have become important strategic partners that share ongoing
dialogue and engagement. Our collaborative efforts are pursued through a variety of means,
ranging from periodic high-level consultations and inter-parliamentary meetings
to more institutionalized mechanisms such as the Canada-Mexico Partnership (CMP).
The CMP, established in 2004, aims to promote collaboration between the public and private
sectors and operates through a series of working groups covering: energy; agri-business;
labour mobility; human capital; trade, investment and innovation; environment; mining;
and forestry. A yearly security dialogue involving security consultations, as well as political-military
talks, is complemented by strategic security programming through the Anti-Crime
Capacity Building Program and the Global Partnership Program. At the same time, Canada
works closely with Mexico to advance common interests through international and regional forums
such as the United Nations and the Organization of American States.

Canada and Mexico have also focussed on collaboration within North America, working closely
with our common neighbour, the United States. Through mechanisms such
as the North American Leaders’ Summit, our countries work together in areas such
as security, competitiveness and the environment to create a more integrated, sustainable,
and globally-competitive North American economy. Canada hosted the most recent North American
Leader’s Summit in Ottawa on June 29, 2016.

Our trade and investment relationship has seen strong growth since the entry into force
of the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1994. Canada and Mexico
are each other’s third largest trading partner, with two-way merchandise trade reaching over
$37.8 billion in 2015. Canadian direct investment in Mexico reached over $14.8 billion (stock) in 2015,
while Mexican direct investment in Canada totaled $1.4 billion (stock). There are also a significant number
of Canadian companies that have business, trade and investment ties with Mexico.
As a result, Mexico has been identified as a priority market for Export Development Canada (EDC),
which has operated a regional office in Mexico since 2000, providing extensive financial services related
to Canadian exports and investments in the country. Mexico’s demographic and economic prospects point toward
an even greater growth in commercial exchanges.

Our people-to-people connections are undeniable, with nearly 2 million Canadians travelling
to Mexico every year for both business and pleasure. In addition, a significant number
of Canadians, particularly retirees, have purchased property in Mexico and spend extended
periods of time there. Northbound, Canada has recently seen an increase in visitors from Mexico.
According to the Canadian Tourism Commission, more than 200,000 Mexicans vacationed
in Canada during 2015.

In addition, Canada receives approximately 20,000 agricultural workers annually
under the Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program, often cited as a model
for international labour-mobility arrangements. Mexico is also Canada’s 10th largest source country
for international students, hosting more than 5000 Mexican students in 2015.
Academic and cultural ties are essential components of our relationship.
There is a significant amount of ongoing academic collaboration and exchange, with more than
400 signed agreements among Canadian universities and Mexican universities and technical institutes.

October 2016

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Canada and United States relations
Canada and the United States enjoy a unique relationship. Our partnership is forged by shared geography, similar values, common interests, deep connections and powerful, multi-layered economic ties.

Trade and investment
Border
Security and defence cooperation
Our shared environment
Energy
Trade and investment
History has shown that trade is the best way to create jobs, growth and long-term prosperity.

Canada is the United States’ largest customer and buys more from the United States
than any other nation—including China.
Canada is the top trading partner for most states.
Canadian companies operating in the United States directly employ 500,000 Americans.
The trading relationship between Canada and the United States helps our two countries:

grow stronger economies together
support economic growth
eliminate barriers
compete globally
For more information, please see North American Free Trade Agreement
and Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement.

Border
Canada and the United States enjoy the largest trading relationship in the world
and close to 400,000 people cross our shared borders each day for business,
pleasure, or to maintain family ties.

Secure and efficient flow of legitimate goods and people are vital
to our economic competitiveness and mutual prosperity.

When we work together, we enhance our security and accelerate
the legitimate flow of people, goods and services.

Security and defence cooperation
Canada and the United States are committed to increasing border security
by working cooperatively to:

address threats early
facilitate trade, economic growth and jobs
integrate cross-border law enforcement
bolster critical infrastructure and cyber-security
The United States is Canada’s most important ally and defence partner.
Our defence relations are longstanding and well entrenched.

Canada and the United States have worked side by side in the North American Aerospace
Defence Command (NORAD) since the pact was first signed, in 1957
We have been partners in the defence of North America since the Second World War
Canada and the United States cooperate closely in support of international peace and security
Canada and the United States share a land border close to 9,000 kilometres (more than 5,500 miles) long
Our shared environment
Canadians and Americans breathe the same air, drink the same water, and share the same responsibility
to ensure that future generations have a safe, clean and healthy continent.

Our countries work together to address the environmental challenges we face, among which are:

Climate change

Climate change is one of the greatest threats of our time. Canada is committed to working
with international partners, including our neighbours in North America, to advance
an ambitious global agreement that is anchored in science and leads the world towards
a low-carbon, climate-resilient economy.

Find out more on Canada’s Action on Climate Change.

Water quality

Aside from the coastlines that we share, more than 300 rivers lie along—or flow across—
the border between Canada and the United States. Our two countries have a history
of effective cooperation on water-related environmental issues.

International Joint Commission (IJC) is an independent binational organization, created
in recognition of the fact that each country is affected by the other’s actions along the border.

More than 100 years after the IJC was created by the Boundary Waters Treaty, Canada
and the United States continue to protect both the quantity and the quality of our boundary waters,
including from the spread of invasive species such as Asian Carp and zebra mussels.

Air Quality

Canada and the United States share a long history of effective cooperation to improve air quality.

Air pollution is a North American problem that requires solutions on both sides of the border.
In 1991, Canada and the United States signed the Air Quality Agreement, which set specific air
quality objectives and reductions in acid rain. In December 2000, both countries agreed
to add the Ozone Annex to the agreement. In significantly reducing transboundary flows
of the air pollution that cause smog, the addition of this Ozone Annex will benefit millions
of people in Canada and in the United States.

Fisheries stock management

Canada and the United States share many fish stocks that move back and forth
across the bounder and we work together to manage these valuable resources.

Canada and the United States also work closely together to prevent illegal fishing
and enforce compliance with international fishing agreements.

Find more information on Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

Protecting wildlife

Canada and the United States both play an important role in protecting our
shared wildlife, such as the Porcupine caribou herd and migratory birds.

The Arctic Refuge in Alaska boasts one of the largest remaining complete ecosystems
on the planet and is highly sensitive to any development.

Canada maintains that these lands are of critical importance to the Porcupine caribou herd
and to the Gwich'in people. Canada continues to urge the United States to provide the same
permanent wilderness protection to its portion of the calving grounds as Canada provides to its part.

The Canada-U.S. Agreement on the Conservation of the Porcupine Caribou Herd (1987)
committed Canada and the United States to refrain from activities that
would damage the herd.

The Government of Canada, through the establishment of Ivvavik and Vuntut National Parks,
has provided permanent protection from development to the portion
of the calving grounds located in the Yukon.

The conservation of migratory birds is the joint responsibility of the countries
they visit during the breeding, migration and non-breeding seasons.
For more information on the conservation, research, regulations, monitoring
and permits relating to migratory birds.

Parks

Canada and the United States are partners in the Roosevelt Campobello International
Park on Campobello Island, New Brunswick. This international park, created by
a treaty signed in 1964, is located on Campobello Island, New Brunswick
and contains the summer home of former U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
It is a testament to the close relationship between our two countries.

Canada and the United States also partner in the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park,
created in 1932. The Peace Park was originally created as a symbol of peace and goodwill between
the United States and Canada, but has now evolved to also represent cooperation
in a world of shared resources.

Both parks strive to protect the ecosystem through shared management,
not only between themselves, but also with their other neighbours.

Energy
Canada and the United States are working together to:

strengthen North American energy security
phase out fossil fuel subsidies
accelerate clean energy development
address climate change
foster sustainable energy development and economic growth.
Canada, the United States and Mexico committed to:

advance clean and secure power
drive down short-lived climate pollutants
promote clean and efficient transportation
protect nature and advancing science
show global leadership in addressing climate change.
More information on Canada’s energy sources.

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After Deepwater Oil Cleanup in Gulf, Ill Effects Persist
10/02/2017 05:00 PM EDT

Dispersant chemicals may have triggered symptoms among workers, study says
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Heroin Taking Bigger Share of U.S. Opioid ODs
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Hospital discharges tied to the illicit drug are rising as those from prescription painkillers fall
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Patients' E-Records Still Not Widely Available
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Survey of hospitals finds most doctors don't have access to outside health records
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Could Skipping Breakfast Feed Heart Disease?
10/02/2017 02:00 PM EDT
Forgoing morning meal may reduce cardiac health and boost odds for diabetes, study suggests
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Reassuring Kids After Another Senseless Tragedy
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Psychiatrists urge parents to stress to young concertgoers that events like Las Vegas shooting remain rare
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Online Game Could Boost Family Fitness
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But more research needed because study participants were all white, and wealthier than most Americans
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Does Healthy Skin Around Suspicious Moles Need Removal?
10/02/2017 09:00 AM EDT

Goal is to only perform one procedure, skin cancer specialist says
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Girls' Sports-Related Concussions May Last Twice as Long
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Underlying conditions could prolong recovery, researcher says
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Teens Mixed Up with The Law May Fall Through Medicaid Cracks
10/02/2017 09:00 AM EDT
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