Day: February 22, 2019

Battalion stung 6-2 in Sarnia

North Bay Nugget Justin Brazeau of the North Bay Battalion works to get a scoring chance against goaltender Ethan Langevin of the Sarnia Sting in the second period of their Ontario Hockey League game Friday night at Sarnia. Sean Josling and Nick Grima arrive to help out the Sting’s defensive effort as the Battalion opened […]

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Lady Lakers force Game 3 against Varsity Blues

North Bay Nugget Nipissing Lakers in action Friday against the Toronto Varsity Blues. Brian Doherty Photo With their playoff lives on the line, the Nipissing Lakers women’s hockey team came to play. The Lakers used a dominant first period to build up a three-goal lead and held on to take Game 2 4-1 over the […]

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Voodoos blank Rock 2-0

North Bay Nugget Powassan Voodoos celebrate a goal Friday against the Timmins Rock. Supplied Photo POWASSAN – After coming close in his last start, Powassan Voodoos goaltender Joe Vrbetic was there to finish the deal Friday as he registered his first Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League shutout, a 2-0 victory over the visiting Timmins Rock, […]

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Survey reveals optimism from Northeastern businesses

Timmins Daily Press Nearly 60% of Northeastern Ontario businesses say they are confident in Ontario’s economic future, according to the 2019 Ontario Economic Report, issued this week by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) in partnership with the Timmins Chamber of Commerce. The Timmins Chamber of Commerce Nearly 60% of Northeastern Ontario businesses say they […]

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Search and rescue group inquires about relocating to vacant fire hall

Timmins Daily Press Timmins Porcupine Search and Rescue is eyeing the former Whitney Fire Hall as a potential new home. THOMAS PERRY/THE DAILY PRESS Robert Schryburt, president of Timmins Porcupine Search and Rescue, and Lisa Dubeau-Lehto, public relations/communications chair, outlined the organization’s hopes to relocate to the Whitney Fire Hall during Tuesday night’s city council […]

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Juan Guaido dit avoir été aidé par l’armée vénézuélienne

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles L’Équateur frappé par un séisme de magnitude 7,5 Venezuela : Maduro ordonne la fermeture de la frontière terrestre avec le Brésil Poutine rattrapé par la politique intérieure L’histoire des pêcheurs d’Ago Agoon, ou l’illustration des inégalités sociales du Nigeria Le propriétaire des Patriots dans l’eau chaude Nombreuses manifestations en Algérie contre le 5e […]

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Wolves denied by division rivals

Sudbury Star Sudbury Wolves forward Adam Ruzicka (83) carries the puck while Barrie Colts forward Dalton Duhart defends during first-period OHL action at Sudbury Community Arena in Sudbury, Ontario, on Friday, February 22, 2019. Ben Leeson/The Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network Sudbury Wolves players and fans have seen this season just what a difference goaltending can make […]

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Reports: Jaren Jackson Jr. ‘sidelined for the forseeable future’ with right quad injury

NBA.com: News Go to Source Jaren Jackson Jr. has averaged 13.8 points and 4.7 rebounds in 26.1 minutes during his rookie season. Per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Memphis Grizzlies rookie Jaren Jackson Jr. will be out indefinitely with a right quad injury. Sources: Memphis Grizzlies rookie forward Jaren Jackson Jr., has suffered a right quad injury […]

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Matt Duchene’s Blue Jackets shut out Senators just hours after trade

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Sergei Bobrovsky made 22 saves as Matt Duchene and the Columbus Blue Jackets blanked the Ottawa Senators 3-0 on Friday. Duchene was held pointless in his Blue Jackets debut hours after he was dealt to Columbus from Ottawa. Josh Anderson, Cam Atkinson and Oliver Bjorkstrand scored for the Blue Jackets (34-23-3), who halted a two-game […]

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Feinstein Lectures Children Who Want Green New Deal, Portraying It as Untenable

Global Warming & Climate Change Senator Dianne Feinstein found herself in a standoff Friday with a group of schoolchildren who confronted her about her refusal to support the Green New Deal. In a video posted by the Sunrise Movement, which encourages young people to combat climate change, an exchange quickly became tense once Ms. Feinstein […]

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