Connections

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Last seen on: –USA Today Crossword – May 4 2021
Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Apr 22 2021
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Random information on the term “Connections”:

Connections: An Investigation into Organized Crime in Canada was a two-part television documentary program, created and broadcast by CBC Television in June 1977 and March 1979. It covered the growth of organized crime in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Each part ran for 90 minutes. The series was commissioned by Peter Herrndorf from Bill Macadam of Norfolk Communications, written and directed by Martyn Burke, and research directed and associate produced by James Dubro.

The series was notable for its use of advanced equipment – including high speed film and hidden microphones – and for interviews with criminal leaders.

The show received an honourable mention from the Michener Award in 1977, as well as an Anik Award and ACTRA Award.[citation needed]

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Random information on the term “INS”:

International Nuclear Services (INS) is a United Kingdom company involved in the management and transportation of nuclear fuels. INS is based in Risley, near Warrington, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the UK Government’s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA).

INS began as the Spent Fuel Services division of British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL). As part of the restructuring of BNFL, 49% of the business was transferred to the NDA in 2006. It was renamed International Nuclear Services in 2007 and in April 2008, as BNFL was wound up, the NDA acquired the remaining 51% of INS.

INS offers management, consultancy and transport services covering uranium, MOX fuel, irradiated fuel and nuclear waste. It also acts as the NDA’s commercial arm, managing contracts for services provided from the NDA’s Sellafield and Dounreay sites. As part of this role it works alongside the NDA’s Direct Rail Services subsidiary, which transports nuclear materials in the UK by rail.

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