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Eve offers an Excel-like web application that lets anyone build software by drawing the interface and then filling in the logic that powers it by dragging around boxes of data. To share these apps, users will only have to give others a link to a hosted web application. Behind the scenes, it can connect services that offer APIs, so applications built on Eve will be able to integrate with things like Facebook, Twitter, or Google Maps like an application built in a "real" coding environment.

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Eve of 1st National Day for Truth and Reconciliation sees May Simon, Trudeau call for unity

Sep 30, 2021

Eve of 1st National Day for Truth and Reconciliation sees May Simon, Trudeau call for unity linkedin Back ByJoan Bryden The Canadian Press Posted September 30, 2021 12:14 am 1:40 ‘Listen to the stories of survivors’ as we mark National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, Trudeau says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau encouraged Canadians to listen to survivors of residential schools and Indigenous elders when they share their experiences, as we come together on Thursday to mark the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. comments -A A+ linkedin Copy link Governor General Mary May Simon had some very personal reflections Wednesday on the eve of Canada’s first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. As the daughter of a white father and Inuk mother, May Simon said in a statement that she was not allowed to attend a residential school. She stayed behind and was home-schooled while other children were ripped away from their homes, separated from their families and sent to residential schools where they were not allowed to speak an Indigenous language or honour their culture. Story continues below advertisement “I was a stand-in, a well-loved substitute, for mothers and fathers who desperately missed their children,” she said. “We all felt it. The sorrow of missing a part of our community.” On the eve of the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, #GGMaySimon calls on us to “stand side-by-side with grace and humility, and work together to build a better future for all.” https://t.co/hMJhSi7By1 #NDTR pic.twitter.com/3jSRvKG1qN Several residential school survivors told their stories at a ceremony Wednesday night on Parliament Hill ahead of Thursday’s inaugural Truth and Reconciliation Day. The outdoor ceremony took place near the Centennial Flame, where mounds of stuffed toys and pairs of children’s shoes have been left in honour of the children who never returned from residential schools. The Peace Tower was illuminated in orange and the survivor flag was raised at half-mast. Story continues below advertisement Celine Thusky told of being torn from her family at seven years of age, of watching fellow students being physically and sexually abused at school and having no one to comfort her. Inuk elder Levinia Brown said, “as children attending residential schools, many did not hear I love you and we were made to feel that we were not good enough.” They saw some of their fellow students die “and we were left as children to process our grief alone.” 2:14 What Canada’s inaugural National Day for Truth and Reconciliation will look like Prime Minister Justin Trudeau applauded the courage of survivors and acknowledged that it cannot be easy for them to tell their stories. Canada is seen as a peace-loving place that respects the rights of people, but it is also a country that has made “huge and terrible mistakes,” Trudeau said. Story continues below advertisement “Every people are good at telling stories of how great we are, how we were heroic in this moment or there were brave leaders in other moments,” he told the small crowd gathered for the ceremony. “It’s harder to reflect on the truth of the mistakes, of the evil that we did in the past but that’s what this day, this day of truth and reconciliation, must be.” Reconciliation, Trudeau said, doesn’t mean just looking back and understanding the mistakes made in the past but acknowledging that Canada is, even now, living with the legacy of those mistakes in the form of injustice, inequality and systemic racism. Truth and Reconciliation Day is not just for Indigenous people, he added. “And all of you as you go about your daily lives, take a moment to listen to the stories of a survivor, to an Indigenous elder who shares their perspective, their experiences in this country,” he said. “And know that that story, their story, is your story as well. And until we understand as a country that each one of us’s story is all of our stories, there can be no truth, there can be no reconciliation.” Story continues below advertisement Truth and Reconciliation Day is intended to honour the lost children and survivors of residential schools, 140 of which operated across the country from 1831 to 1998. Some 150,000 Indigenous children were forced to attend the church-run schools, where many suffered physical and sexual abuse, malnutrition and neglect. More than 4,000 are believed to have died. 2:19 Federal Court upholds landmark compensation order for Indigenous children “The legacy of colonization has had devastating repercussions for Indigenous peoples, including the loss of language, culture and heritage. This pain has been felt from generation to generation, and it continues today,” May Simon said in her statement. “These are uncomfortable truths, and often hard to accept. But the truth also unites us as a nation, brings us together to dispel anger and despair, and embrace justice, harmony and trust instead.” In June, Parliament fast-tracked a bill making Sept. 30 a statutory annual holiday for federal workers. Story continues below advertisement The bill was passed shortly after the tragic discovery of what are believed to be the remains of 215 Indigenous children in unmarked graves at a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C. Since then, unmarked graves have been discovered at several other former residential school sites in British Columbia and Saskatchewan, while other former school sites are still being explored with ground-penetrating radar. –With files from Hina Alam © 2021 The Canadian Press

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Eve Patents

Eve has filed 25 patents.

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  • Concrete
  • Lithium-ion batteries
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