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    Fox Nation Announces Official Launch Date Welcome to Fox Nation.

    Fox News has set the debut date for its new on-demand subscription-based service, Fox Nation, John Finley, Senior Vice President of Development & Production, announced Thursday. The OTT platform will be available starting Tuesday, Nov. 27.

    The service will be priced at $5.99 a month or $64.99 per year.

    “We are incredibly excited to bring our viewers exclusive access, content and experiences from our FOX News stars at an attainable price,” Finley said. “In an on demand era of viewers watching content wherever and whenever they want, FOX Nation will complement and enhance our powerhouse FOX News programming for the loyal superfans who want to remain connected to our signature platforms.”

    *Also Read:* Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Britt McHenry to Join Fox Nation Short-Form Lineup

    Prior to the service’s launch, Fox News will open a pre-sale process for Fox Nation on Sunday, Oct. 28, via the “FOX Nation Founders Program.”

    Per Fox News, “The exclusive pre-sale program will offer four limited edition packages, providing elite merchandise for early subscribers. Additionally, for every fan signing up for the service on Veterans Day (November 11th), FOX Nation will donate $5 to the charity Folds of Honor, which provides educational scholarships to the children and spouses of fallen and disabled service members.”

    Price points and details for the Founders Program are listed below.

    *FOX Nation Founding Member Tier 1*

    o Offering members a one-year subscription along with a FOX Nation Founder Challenge Coin

    o Cost: $60

    *FOX Nation Founding Member Tier 2*

    o Offering members a two-year subscription along with a Founder Challenge Coin and FOX Nation Founder hat

    o Cost: $130

    *FOX Nation Founding Member Tier 3*

    o Offering members a three-year subscription along with a Founder Challenge Coin, a Founder hat, a pair of engraved FOX Nation Founder Rocks Glasses and a FOX Nation Founder medal, all delivered in deluxe gift box.

    o Cost: $280

    o FOX Nation Founding Member Tier 4

    o Offering members a three-year subscription, all the items in the aforementioned Founder deluxe gift box, as well as a customized FOX Nation Founder Tactical Watch.

    o Cost: $1,200

    More to come… Reported by The Wrap 8 hours ago.

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    UNICEF USA, Mental Health America of Greater Houston & Kognito Launch Interactive Role-Playing Program One Year after Hurricane Harvey

    NEW YORK (PRWEB) October 25, 2018

    One year after Hurricane Harvey, Houston-area teachers have a new tool to respond to children who have experienced trauma or distress through a new online professional development program. The program was developed through a collaboration between UNICEF USA, Mental Health America of Greater Houston (MHA of Greater Houston), and health simulation company Kognito.

    The program, titled Trauma-Informed Practices for K-12 Schools (TPS), is a 30-45-minute online simulation that builds educators’ awareness of the effects of trauma and teaches effective ways to respond to students who may be experiencing distress as a result of a traumatic experience. It allows educators to practice responding to virtual students in distress using an innovative conversation platform developed by Kognito.

    Over two-thirds of children in the U.S. have reported at least one traumatic event by age 16. Signs of traumatic stress affect children’s behaviors at home and in the classroom, with many effects that last into adulthood. Adverse childhood experiences can include sudden loss of a loved one, serious accidents or illness, community violence, abuse or neglect, and natural disasters as in the case of Hurricane Harvey. The new simulation was completed in time for the 2018-19 school year, which coincided with the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey. Both events have the potential for triggering renewed trauma among those who lived through the storm and its aftermath.

    “We have been involved with Hurricane Harvey relief since shortly after the storm made landfall, including training educators to support traumatized children. This program is an important extension of those efforts,” said Caryl M. Stern, President, and CEO of UNICEF USA, which provided funding for the program. “With this tool, we can support children and their long-term recovery from adverse events. Already we’ve seen an increase in teachers’ understanding of the storm’s impact on students, as well as their ability to provide related emotional support in the classroom.”

    UNICEF USA funding includes access to the simulation at no cost for all 31 Houston-area school districts and other community and faith-based organizations which are members of MHA of Greater Houston’s Center for School Behavioral Health (CSBH) Collaborative, representing more than 57,000 educators serving 940,000 students.

    Over 3,000 educators have been trained since the August 1 launch. Fort Bend Independent School District recently announced plans to train all 10,000 of its employees with a 90-minute version that combines TPS with Kognito’s At-Risk mental health training simulation, recognizing its value not only for natural disaster response but also for dealing with the fallout from other traumatizing events such as school violence. Following the success of this Houston pilot, TPS will be available for purchase for schools and districts nationwide later this fall.

    Trauma experts worked with Kognito on the content for the new simulation, including Dr. Marleen Wong of the University of Southern California’s Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work, Dr. Julie Kaplow of the Trauma and Grief Center at Texas Children’s Hospital, and Fritz Affolter of UNICEF, along with Janet Pozmantier, Director of the MHA of Greater Houston’s Center for School Behavioral Health.

    “Children everywhere are coping with adverse childhood experiences, but Hurricane Harvey caused massive emotional upheaval across the entire Houston metropolitan area,” said Pozmantier. “Teachers and staff can provide a critical support system if they understand how to recognize and respond to students in distress. We view TPS as having an important role in assisting teachers in developing positive student relationships that facilitate learning.”

    The content for TPS was developed based on real-world examples and trauma response strategies provided by internationally known trauma experts, teachers, counselors, nurses, and other school-based mental health professionals who are part of MHA of Greater Houston’s CSBH Collaborative. Members of the CSBH Collaborative also played an instrumental role in piloting the initial simulation and providing feedback for further product development.

    “The new TPS simulation will help us prepare schools that are ready to support not only children affected by Hurricane Harvey, but also those who experience chronic trauma and common life stressors,” said Ron Goldman, CEO, Kognito. “Our user testing showed that the simulation prompted users to think and behave differently when confronted with students showing signs of trauma at school. That’s a strong endorsement of our approach and the impact it can have on a student’s life.” More information on Kognito’s simulations is available at

    About UNICEF
    The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) works in more than 190 countries and territories to put children first. UNICEF has helped save more children's lives than any other humanitarian organization, by providing health care and immunizations, safe water and sanitation, nutrition, education, emergency relief and more. UNICEF USA supports UNICEF's work through fundraising, advocacy and education in the United States. Together, we are working toward the day when no children die from preventable causes and every child has a safe and healthy childhood. For more information, visit

    About Mental Health America of Greater Houston
    Mental Health America of Greater Houston is the leader in creating change that improves the health of our community for generations. We accomplish this through groundbreaking collaborations, education, advocacy and initiatives that support key populations such as veterans, school children, and expectant and new mothers. MHA of Greater Houston seeks to normalize open discussion about mental and behavioral health, replacing misperceptions and misunderstanding with compassion and knowledge, and removing barriers to mental health treatment through systems and public policy changes. MHA of Greater Houston currently leads groundbreaking collaboratives on school behavioral health and on integrated health care that are improving the way mental health issues are addressed in schools and health care organizations in Greater Houston. Established in 1954 by philanthropist Ima Hogg, MHA of Greater Houston is the area’s longest serving mental health education and advocacy organization. For more information, visit

    About Kognito
    Kognito is a health simulation company whose evidence-based simulations harness the power of role-play conversations with virtual humans to improve social, emotional, and physical health. Learn more at Reported by PRWeb 8 hours ago.

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    Rising star Shubman Gill says he is ready follow his U-19 captain Prithvi Shaw into the Indian team but is patiently waiting for his big break. With not many places up for grabs in the Indian team across formats, the stylish batsman from Punjab might have to wait a little longer than expected.

    The 19-year-old is not losing sleep over it and is busy piling up the runs in whatever format he plays. He scored runs for KKR in the IPL, has performed for India A and has shown supreme form in the ongoing Deodhar Trophy.

    In the presence of India and domestic veterans, Gill made the only hundred of the tournament in a high-pressure chase to take India C to the final on Saturday. His friend and U-19 skipper Shaw had already set a high benchmark but the highly talented Gill is up for the challenge.

    "I am ready. I did not get the opportunity against the West Indies but I might get one in the next series. I am just happy scoring runs," a supremely confident Gill told PTI when asked about the time frame he has set for himself as Shaw has already made his Test debut.

    India's U-19 stars become subjects of immense scrutiny once they deliver in popular events like World Cup. Shaw and Gill are experiencing that at the moment. Asked how he deals with such high expectations, Gill said: "All these things (expectations) are there in your mind before you get into the middle. It is all about scoring runs when you get on the field. I don't think what will happen when I get out. "Yes, they all recognise you for your U-19 days but we have to keep performing the same way at the higher levels to get a chance."

    Gill recently turned 19 but he batted with remarkable poise and maturity on way to a match-winning hundred at the Feroz Shah Kotla here on Thursday. The unbeaten 90-run stand with the hard-hitting Suryakumar Yadav was also a lesson in partnership building.

    Gill paced his innings beautifully and in the presence of three national selectors, grabbed the opportunity with both hands. Does he talk to anyone on building the innings or does it come naturally to him? "I don't talk to anyone on pacing the innings. Only my father, who is also my coach, advises me. Plus, we see lot of international cricket on television these days. I try to understand that and try to do the same in the middle. It is also about belief. That belief comes from practice and when you replicate that in a match, you get more confident about your game."

    He forged two important partnerships with Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav to see India C through. "It feels good to take the team into the final. Ishan and Surya bhai also batted well. It was important to convert loose balls on this wicket. If you dont' do that, it creates more pressure. The talk all through was to find an odd boundary and rotate the strike as the asking rate was constantly around six an over," added Gill.

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    DecryptNaBox Solution to Enable Encryption Services at Departments of Veterans Affairs and Treasury RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--An encryption technology solution that allows both the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Treasury to recover encrypted content. Reported by Business Wire 7 hours ago.

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    PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Regulatory News: Voluntis (Paris:VTX) (Euronext Paris, ticker: VTX - ISIN: FR0004183960), a digital therapeutics company, announced today the nominations of Jan Berger, MD, and Roberta Herman, MD, to its Board of Directors. Dr. Herman and Dr. Berger are both healthcare industry veterans with special expertise in US payers and providers. Dr. Berger is a tri-sector healthcare executive with proven results in private, public and government services over the last 30 years. I Reported by Business Wire 7 hours ago.

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    SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#gamedev--Monster Squad announced as a new community driven gaming studio by industry veterans from Runic Games and Gearbox Software. Reported by Business Wire 7 hours ago.

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    The students of Explore Middle School in Jersey City are are doing their part to help homeless veterans. Reported by 5 hours ago.

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    With veteran lineup, Huskers are setting their sights high With four veterans in lineup, excitement abounds in Nebraska program coming off 4th-place Big Ten finish Reported by FOX Sports 5 hours ago.

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    Lupus Foundation of America-North Carolina Chapter hosts Allsup program on how people with lupus make choices about stopping work, returning to work, and when to apply for disability benefits

    Belleville, Illinois, Oct. 25, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Allsup, the nation’s premier disability representation company, is honored to join the Lupus Foundation of America-North Carolina Chapter for its 18th Annual NC Lupus Summit on Saturday, Oct. 27. The conference provides a wide range of lupus-related workshops for patients, caregivers and the medical community.


    Attendees will be able to learn more on the topic of Lupus in the Workplace with an online presentation from Allsup at 11:15 a.m. to 12 p.m. EST. The morning session will focus on, “Choices About Staying, Leaving & Returning to Work With Lupus.” Information will include details on the dual purpose of Social Security Disability Insurance benefits to provide important income following a work-disrupting disability, as well as benefits protection through the Ticket to Work program, which supports returning to work.


    Following a 30-minute presentation there will be 15 minutes designated for questions from the audience.


    Allsup has helped more than 300,000 people to receive their SSDI benefits. The online tool empower by Allsup® combines an SSDI assessment for eligibility and Social Security disability application support, along with return to work guidance for those who may medically recover.


    For more details on the 18^th Annual NC Lupus Summit, visit the website.

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    The Lupus Foundation of America is the only nationally recognized organization committed to improving the quality of life for those impacted by lupus and raising awareness on a chronic autoimmune disease in which the immune system attacks its own tissues and several parts of the body. LFA’s mission is to solve the cruel mystery of lupus through education, research, advocacy and community support.  


    *Allsup and its subsidiaries provide nationwide Social Security disability, veterans disability appeal, return to work, exchange plan and Medicare services for individuals, their employers and insurance carriers. Allsup professionals deliver specialized services supporting people with disabilities and seniors so they may lead lives that are as financially secure and as healthy as possible. Founded in 1984, the company is based in Belleville, Illinois, near St. Louis. Learn more at or download a free PDF of Applying for Social Security Disability Insurance: Getting It Right The First Time.

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    Lyndsey Ellis
    (618) 236-8573 Reported by GlobeNewswire 5 hours ago.

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    Larry Ellison agrees with his nemesis Jeff Bezos over one big thing: the 'shocking' way Google views the U.S. military (ORCL, GOOG, AMZN)· *For the most part, Oracle founder Larry Ellison would rather trash talk Amazon than say anything kind about its founder, Jeff Bezos.*
    · *But he broke that tradition when he was asked by Fox Business Network's Maria Bartiromo about Google's newfound anti-military policies.*
    · *Ellison said, "Here Jeff Bezos and I absolutely agree."*
    · *Ellison believes there's some hypocrisy by a company that disdains the U.S. military while reportedly currying favor with China.*

    In a wide-ranging interview with Fox Business Network's Maria Bartiromo, Oracle founder and executive chairman Larry Ellison had a few choice things to say about Google's newfound disdain for the U.S. military.

    "Well I think it’s actually kind of shocking. Here Jeff Bezos and I absolutely agree," Ellison said, in a rare show of kind words for the competitor that Ellison spends most of his time these days trash-talking.

    Bartiromo had asked Ellison about the fight going on in the cloud computing industry over a massive cloud contract from the Department of Defense. The DoD will award the whole contract, worth about $10 billion, to just one company. By all accounts the winner is expected to be Amazon Web Services. Oracle is one a handful of cloud competitors fighting tooth and nail to grab a portion of the contract away from AWS.

    In recent weeks, cloud competitor Google dropped its bid for the contract. Google cited a new policy not to use its technology for military purposes., a policy that came about after an employee uprising on the matter. Google also admitted it was dropping the bid because its cloud hadn't yet achieved all the government certifications that the DoD was asking for.

    Fox's Bartiromo suggested that there's some hypocrisy with Google's policies: it doesn't want to do work for the US DoD but Google is reportedly trying to return to the Chinese market with a search engine that the Chinese government can sensor.  

    Ellison agreed.

    "I think U.S. tech companies who say we will not support the U.S. Military, we will not work on any technology that helps our military, but yet goes into China and facilitates the Chinese government surveilling their people is pretty shocking," he said.

    To be fair, numerous Google employees are also protesting the company's plans to return to China, just as they protested the military work. So the situation is more about whether Google yields to employee protests about China rather than a double-standard in the company's business ambitions. If Google's management had its way, it would presumably be doing business with both the military and China.

    Bezos has also spoken out against Google's policies.“If big tech companies are going to turn their back on the Department of Defense, this country is going to be in trouble,” Bezos told Wired last week. 

    Bezos doubled down by donating $10 million to With Honor, a political action committee fund trying to get more veterans elected to Congress.

    Ellison also told Bartiromo, "I think it’s very important that U.S. technology companies support our country, our government. We are a democracy. If we don’t like our leaders, we can throw them out. If you don’t like the leaders in China, you can ...  fill in the blank.”

    He went on to say he views China as a big threat to the U.S. these days.

    "I think our big competitor is China, and that if we let China’s economy pass us up – if we let China produce more engineers than we do, if we let China’s technology companies beat our technology companies, it won’t be long that our military is behind technologically also," he warned.

    Here's a segment of the interview where he discusses China.

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    *SEE ALSO: An expert estimates that Apple has a $37 billion business that it barely talks about*

    *SEE ALSO: Google drops out of contention for a $10 billion defense contract because it could conflict with its corporate values*

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    APPA pledged $1 million to support the expansion of ARF's program pairing shelter animals with veterans with PTSD and other service-related challenges.

    STAMFORD, Conn. (PRWEB) October 25, 2018

    American Pet Products Association (APPA) President and CEO Bob Vetere and Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) Executive Director Elena Bicker announced today that APPA has partnered with ARF in support of their Pets and Vets Program.

    APPA pledged $1 million over the next four years to support expansion of the program pairing shelter animals with veterans coping with PTSD, traumatic brain injuries, anxiety, and other service-related challenges. ARF then guides the veteran-dog teams through a 10-month psychiatric support dog training program.

    Unlike service-dog programs that cost thousands of dollars and involve long waitlists, ARF’s program operates on shorter timelines and with no out-of-pocket expenses to the veteran. Teams complete service-training curriculum together in small, veteran-only classes, which deepens the bond between the veterans and their dogs.

    Vetere said, “ARF's Pets and Vets program aligns perfectly with APPA’s mission to promote responsible pet ownership, as well as the joys and health benefits associated with owning a pet.” He added, “We couldn’t think of a better way to give back than to help connect rescued service dogs with men and women who have served our country and can truly benefit from the unconditional love, security, service, and companionship of a dog. The APPA Board and staff are tremendously proud of this new endeavor that will positively impact the lives of countless heroes and their pets for years to come.”

    “ARF’s Pets and Vets program is truly an example of saving both ends of the leash,” said Bicker. “We’re excited to have APPA join us in this important mission that can change the lives of so many animals and veterans.”

    For more details about the Pets and Vets program, please visit

    The American Pet Products Association (APPA) is the leading trade association serving the interests of the pet products industry since 1958. APPA membership includes more than 1,200 pet product manufacturers, their representatives, importers and livestock suppliers representing both large corporations and growing business enterprises. APPA's mission is to promote, develop and advance pet ownership and the pet product industry and to provide the services necessary to help its members prosper. APPA is also proud to grow and support the industry through the following initiatives: Pets Add Life (PAL), the Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI), Tony LaRussa’s Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) Pets for Vets program, The Pet Leadership Council (PLC), the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council (PIJAC), Bird Enjoyment and Advantage Koalition (BEAK), and the Pet Care Trust. Visit for more information.

    The Animal Rescue Foundation’s (ARF) core mission is the rescue of dogs and cats who have run out of time at public shelters, giving them a chance at life until a new home can be found. ARF couples this focus with innovative programs strengthening the human-animal bond for children, seniors, veterans, and people in disadvantaged circumstances. Through ARF, people experience the unconditional love and acceptance of dogs and cats to fulfill a mission of “People Rescuing Animals...Animals Rescuing People...”® Reported by PRWeb 4 minutes ago.

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    Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill’s husband invested in properties that tried to evict homeless veterans for amounts as low as $233, a revelation striking at the core of the Democrat’s push to portray herself as a supporter of veterans. Reported by 10 hours ago.

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    The Defence Ministry was Friday left red-faced after its spokesperson "inadvertently" posted a tweet, criticising misuse of privileges by military officials, while responding to a comment by former Navy Chief Admiral (retd) Arun Prakash. As the tweet drew angry reactions from military veterans, she deleted it saying, "The tweet was inadvertently done." Reported by IndiaTimes 11 hours ago.

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    The Defence Ministry was Friday left red-faced after its spokesperson "inadvertently" posted a tweet, criticising misuse of privileges by military officials, while responding to a comment by former Navy Chief Admiral (retd) Arun Prakash. As the tweet drew angry reactions from military veterans, she deleted it saying, "The tweet was inadvertently done." Reported by IndiaTimes 10 hours ago.

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    The fourth Veterans Film Festival will devote part of its program to commemorating the centenary of the end of World War I. Reported by Brisbane Times 10 hours ago.

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    This is a time to think about veterans and the wars they fought in. Reported by Brisbane Times 10 hours ago.

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    Federal and state governments and businesses are set to roll out a discount card for Australia's 300,000-plus veterans. Reported by SBS 10 hours ago.

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    Mortgage brokers and lenders appear to be skirting new rules that are meant to protect U.S. military veterans from abusive loan practices. Reported by Newsmax 9 hours ago.

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    HOUSTON, Oct. 26, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Turner Valley Oil and Gas, Inc. (the “Company” “TVOG”) (OTC: TVOG), a technology-forward infrastructure holding company, today announced that Robert O. Paiva was appointed to the role of Chief Operating Officer to finalize integration for the company’s pending infrastructure acquisition closings and to help launch an aggressive growth plan.Mr. Paiva is a highly versatile and hands-on executive leader, team builder and business strategist with a deep passion for capital markets and the energy sector. He has a broad operational background, with extensive experience in multiple industries.

    Mr. Paiva, new COO, commented, "I am excited to join the Turner team and work with the Company in a way that is beneficial to our shareholders while establishing a strong platform to build from. We are focused on integrating services, supply chain, and technology together so that Turner can become a leading infrastructure holding company during the early stages of the USA infrastructure boom.”

    Turner’s Interim CEO Steve Helm commented, "We are very excited to welcome Robert to the team and are confident that his energy and passion for technology disruption will bring about meaningful, positive change for Turner as it expands its portfolio. His background in corporate development, capital markets, and the energy sector will help us execute our plans effectively.” 

    *About Robert O. Paiva*

    Robert O. Paiva has over 25 years of experience as a business executive, director and founder.  Starting his career by enlisting in the US Navy, Mr. Paiva has held multiple positions, from Director and VP of Operations within operating businesses in Technology/IT, telecommunication, consulting, energy, and waste solutions as well as Chief Executive Officer, President and/or Founder within the professional services, clean energy and oil & gas sectors. He has advised, guided and directed hundreds of businesses, large and small, through numerous engagements as Managing Director at the Consultancy Norhill Gardner from 2011 to 2017.

    Mr. Paiva is a Committeeman for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, a Director of the Veteran non-profit Impact a Hero, and Co-Host of Veterans Operations Command “VOC Radio with Rob & Doc”, a radio talk show and podcast focused on the Military and Veteran communities. Robert is a proud Veteran of the United States Navy and has a B.B.A. in Management/Marketing at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

    *About Turner Valley Oil and Gas, Inc.*

    Turner Valley Oil and Gas, Inc. (OTC:TVOG) is a technology-forward infrastructure holding company, built on three segments of services, supply chain and technology with a focus on the real assets, energy, infrastructure, concrete, bitumen, and asphalt segments.

    Certain statements in this press release are forward-looking and involve a number of risks and uncertainties. Such forward-looking statements are within the meaning of that term in Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.

    OTC Markets Profile:
    Steve Helm, CEO        
    Turner Valley Oil And Gas, Inc.
    Address:       1600 West Loop South, Suite 1600, Houston, Texas 77027
    Phone:       1-713-588-9453
    Email: Reported by GlobeNewswire 9 hours ago.

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