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Gérald Caussé

Gérald Jean Caussé has been the Presiding Bishop of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since 9 October 2015. He is the fifteenth man to serve in this position, he has been a general authority of the LDS Church since 2008 and was the first person from France appointed as a general authority. Caussé, born in Bordeaux, was raised as a Latter-day Saint: his parents joined the church when he was six months old, having moved to France from Algeria. Caussé became the Sunday School president in his branch when he was 16. Caussé served for a year in the French Air Force, he has a master's degree in business from École supérieure des sciences économiques et commerciales. Prior to his call as a general authority, Caussé worked for a strategy consulting firm in Paris and London, he returned to Paris to work for the Carrefour Retail Group. And he was the general manager and a member of the board of Pomona, France's largest food distributor. Caussé was president of the LDS Church's Paris France Stake from 2001 to 2007.

In April 2007, he became an area seventy in the church's Europe West Area. On 5 April 2008, Caussé became a member of the church's First Quorum of the Seventy. For most of his four years as a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy Caussé served in the presidency of the church's Europe Area. On 31 March 2012, he was called to serve as the first counselor to Gary E. Stevenson in the Presiding Bishopric; when Stevenson was called to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in October 2015, Caussé succeeded him as the church's Presiding Bishop. Under the direction of the First Presidency, the Presiding Bishopric is tasked with general oversight of many of the church's day-to-day operations. Among other areas of management, this includes the construction and maintenance of church meetinghouse facilities around the world; as of August 2017, Caussé serves on Boards of Trustees. Humanitarian aid and charitable giving increased under Caussé's leadership reaching nearly $1 billion per year. In 2020 Caussé addressed the controversy surrounding the LDS Church's investments, managed by Ensign Peak Advisors, "It is a church.

It’s not a financial institution...and because it is a church, the funds that are managed within the church are contributed by the members of the church and are sacred. We consider those funds as belonging to the Lord." Caussé married Valérie Lucienne Babin on 5 August 1986 in the Bern Switzerland Temple. They are the parents of five children. Gérald Caussé Official profile

High Rise (EP)

High Rise is the first studio EP by American rock band Stone Temple Pilots, released on October 8, 2013 through Play Pen, LLC. It is the first release by the band without former lead vocalist Scott Weiland, fired from the band in February 2013, it instead features Chester Bennington of Linkin Park on lead vocals, the band is credited on the EP as Stone Temple Pilots with Chester Bennington. However, this would prove to be the sole release to feature Bennington before his departure from the band in 2015 and death in 2017. On February 27, 2013, Stone Temple Pilots fired lead vocalist Scott Weiland. Weiland responded to the firing with his own statement, "I learned of my supposed'termination' from Stone Temple Pilots this morning by reading about it in the press. Not sure how I can be'terminated' from a band that I founded, fronted and co-wrote many of its biggest hits, but that's something for the lawyers to figure out." He claimed that the band had no right to perform under the Stone Temple Pilots moniker with another singer.

The firing resulted in legal action. The three remaining members sued Weiland to prevent him from calling himself a former member of STP. Weiland counter-sued the other three members for wrongfully attempting to fire him, for misleading the public by referring to their performances with Bennington as STP, to dissolve the band STP. Both lawsuits were settled out of court, allowing the Bennington-fronted band to continue using the STP name. On May 18, 2013, Stone Temple Pilots performed their debut concert with Chester Bennington of Linkin Park on lead vocals, appearing as special guests at the 21st Annual KROQ Weenie Roast, benefiting Heal the Bay, they performed their first single with Bennington, "Out of Time." The next day, the band released a free digital download of the song via their official website. The updated website featured new promotional pictures of the band including Bennington. Coincidentally, Bennington had exclaimed years before in interviews that being a member of Stone Temple Pilots was his lifelong dream.

Bennington said in May 2013 of new material that the band would not record a full-length studio album in the near future, explaining: "We don't have a label. Everything we're doing is on our own, so we're just taking it one track at a time. We would love to sit down and hammer out a record, but the reality is we're gonna make music, we're gonna make a lot of it, we're gonna be in a position to release a single at a time, go out and give people music the way they want to get it." This explained the band's decision to release an EP as opposed to a full album. On October 3, 2013, Stone Temple Pilots with Chester Bennington's complete stream of the EP could be seen and heard on Pandora Radio for Pandora Premieres, including the singles "Out of Time" and "Black Heart" that were featured on the EP officially. Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic gave High Rise a favorable review, writing that "these songs are expertly sculpted, playing upon the kind of riffs and melodies that made the group alt-rock titans in the'90s, still sounding somewhat irresistible when they're po-faced."Montreal Gazette gave High Rise a mixed review, awarding it 2.5 out of 5 stars, stating that "High Rise gives us the springy, bass-driven songs we've come to expect from STP.

But again, the results are inconsistent...basically, High Rise is the STP we remember." High Rise debuted at #21 on the Billboard 200, selling 13,520 copies in its first week."Out of Time" was used as the official theme song to WWE's Hell in a Cell. All songs composed by Chester Bennington, Dean DeLeo, Robert DeLeo and Eric Kretz. BandChester Bennington – lead vocals Dean DeLeo – guitar Robert DeLeo – bass, backing vocals Eric Kretz – drumsAdditional personnelProduction by Stone Temple Pilots Recorded at Homefry Studios Recorded & Engineered by Russ Fowler Assistant Engineer: Jared Hirshland Studio Guitar Tech: Bruce Nelson Studio Drum Tech: Jarrett Borba Mixed by Ben Grosse at The Mix Room in Burbank, California Mix Assistant: Paul Pavao Mastered by Tom Baker at Baker Mastering in Calabasas, California Original "Check It" Image Art Work by Chester Bennington Band Photo by Chapman Baehler Layout Design by Great Daane Graphics Published by ChesterChaz Publishing /Brain Tan Music /I, Myself And Me /Fast Fog Music Chester Bennington appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records

Tribune Channel

Tribune Channel is a channel or strait on the Central Coast of British Columbia, separating Gilford Island on the west and north from the mainland. The channel bends around Gilford Island, with the mouth of Thompson Sound at the elbow of the bend, opening eastwards to the mouth of the Kakweiken River. At its southern end, it opens onto lower Knight Inlet. Viscount Island lies in the left side of the channel within that opening, separated from the adjacent mainland by Sergeaunt Channel at 50°41′04″N 126°11′39″W, at the northeast end of which, on Tribune Channel, is Pumish Point at 50°42′59″N 126°11′20″W At the south end of Sergeaunt Channel, on Knight Inlet, is Steep Head at 50°40′11″N 126°11′02″W. On the west side of Viscount Island is Nickoll Passage at 50°40′44″N 126°14′29″W. A beach on the south side of the channel at 50°43′40″N 126°09′00″W, south of the opening of Thompson Sound and opposite the southwest coast of Gilford Island and Kumlah Island, is called tse'lxmedzes in Kwak'wala, meaning "crabapple trees on beach".

Other locations named for HMS Tribune are: Tribune Bay Provincial Park and bay of the same name, on the east coast of Hornby Island. Tribune Point, on the south side of Gilford Island. Tribune Rock, in the Queen Charlotte Strait region to the north of Hurst Island