A number of Delta personnel offices in B.C. are now accepting donations to help support Delta personnel who are facing financial hardship following the closure of their office.
The staffs office at Delta’s headquarters in Richmond and Delta’s offices in Vancouver and Victoria are both accepting donations.
The donation page for Delta’s Richmond office states the staffs offices are now closed due to the Delta closure.
In Victoria, the staff offices are open to help pay for rent and equipment.
A donation page on the Delta Richmond office’s website states that the staff and staffs have been supported financially during the Delta shutdown.
The Delta Richmond site also includes an “Emergency Help” section that says the staff are now assisting employees in finding a new home, food, utilities and more.
A link to help the staff is on the Richmond office site.
Employees at Delta Vancouver’s offices have also started an online fundraising page.
The Vancouver office has also started a page to help with rent and rent and utilities.
Delta Vancouver staff and employees at its offices in Delta Junction and Delta Junction are also asking for donations.
“The Delta staff are working hard to support all of our staff in the Richmond, Delta Junction, and Delta Vancouver office,” the website reads.
“We will continue to provide support to employees and their families as we recover.”
Delta Vancouver says it’s accepting donations through the Delta Vancouver website until the end of August.
It says the donation page has raised $1,717.83, with over $1.8 million raised so far.
A Delta Vancouver spokesperson said that staff and workers are being provided with financial support during the crisis, and that the organization is also providing assistance to other employees who are impacted.
Delta officials say they have received many inquiries about the closures.
The closure is expected to last through August, according to the company.
U.N. Special Envoy to Syria John Bass has been arrested by the U.K. over allegations of a cyber attack, a spokesman for the envoy said on Friday.
The British Foreign Office said Bass had been charged with four counts of “malicious computer code offences” and was being held at a London police station.
Bass had been in London to attend the annual United Nations General Assembly, which begins Saturday.
He had been due to attend a news conference, the spokesman said, but the meeting was canceled due to security concerns.
On Thursday, U.n. special envoy to Syria Staffan de Mistura accused Russia of sending a “clear signal of intent” to conduct cyberattacks on U.s. military and diplomatic installations.
De Mistura said Russia has not only attacked U. S. diplomats, but also its own personnel and “further escalated the cyber threat to the U,S.
and the world.””
We have to respond in a way that doesn’t leave us in the same position,” he said, adding that Russia has already carried out “several cyberattacks against U. s. military assets.”
The U. N. envoy told reporters on Friday that he was told by U.k. officials that Bass had contacted the U