Day: February 10, 2019

Sudbury’s new arrivals

Sudbury Star Feb. 1 A boy, Cedric, born to Jessica Goudreau and Luc Duquette of Chelmsford. Feb. 3 A girl, Elizabeth Anne, 5 lbs, born to Sarah Poffley and Justin Demers of Sudbury. Feb. 4 A boy, Cedric Leo-Martin, 6 lbs 7 oz, born to France Brosseau and Vincent Quevillon of Chelmsford. Feb. 5 A […]

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FDA explores using blockchain to track drug supplies

Engadget RSS Feed AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli The US Food and Drug Administration wants to be sure sketchy drugs don’t find their way to hospitals and pharmacies, and it’s mulling a technological solution to keep medicine safe. The agency has launched a pilot program that will let the drug supply chain explore ways to track prescription […]

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Paris is suing Airbnb for illegal listings

Mashable Airbnb faces a lawsuit from the city of Paris. Image: Chesnot/Getty Images By Johnny Lieu2019-02-11 04:11:10 UTC Paris is one of the most popular destinations for Airbnb, but the city’s authorities are at odds with the company. The mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, announced on Sunday the city would be suing Airbnb to the […]

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Grammy : Drake remporte la chanson rap de l’année

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Les Canadiens à surveiller lors du gala des Grammy Quand l’écoute en ligne modifie l’art d’écrire des chansons Passé le scandale, Liam Neeson doit sauver sa carrière

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La sécurité des athlètes est primordiale, assurent Québec et le Comité olympique

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles 7 arrestations dans une affaire d’extorsion et de séquestration à Québec Affaire McArthur : la Couronne demande des peines consécutives Mark McMorris vice-champion du monde après l’annulation de la finale du slopestyle Séléna Koster : un nom à retenir

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Michael Wilson, Canada’s former finance minister and ambassador, dies

CBC | Politics News Michael Wilson, a former politician, diplomat and longtime mental health advocate, has died at 81. The University of Toronto, where Wilson served as chancellor from 2012 to 2018, confirmed his death in a post on its website Sunday evening. The school’s president, Meric Gertler, calls Wilson a “great Canadian” who improved […]

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Leafs stonewalled by Rangers as win streak ends

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Alexandar Georgiev had a career-high 55 saves to lead the New York Rangers over the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-1 on Sunday night. Mika Zibanejad, Jimmy Vesey and Adam McQuaid scored for the Rangers, who finished their five-game homestand at 2-2-1. Kevin Hayes added an empty-netter, and Mats Zuccarello and Chris Kreider each had two assists. Kasperi Kapanen scored for the Maple Leafs, who […]

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Park friends welcome participants for snowshoe hike

Sudbury Star The Friends of Mashkinonje are holding an annual snowshoe hike at the provincial park on Feb. 24. Postmedia file photo The Friends of Mashkinonje are hosting their annual snowshoe hike in Mashkinonje Provincial Park on Feb. 24. Hikers will meet at the Loudon parking lot on Highway 64 between Lavigne and Noelville (one […]

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A sunny Sunday on Ramsey

Sudbury Star A sunny Sunday on Ramsey Cassandra Falk pushes baby Elias in a stroller along the Ramsey Lake skate path on a sunny Sunday afternoon. More sun is expected Monday, although it will be chilly, with the wind making it feel like -21 C in the morning and -16 C in the afternoon.   […]

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