Day: April 2, 2019

Jody Wilson-Raybould reste populaire dans sa circonscription de Vancouver-Granville

Radio-Canada | En ligne Jody Wilson-Raybould et Jane Philpott expulsées du caucus libéral Imbroglio au sujet des sanctions pour les contrevenants à la loi sur la laïcité Justin Trudeau s’adresse aux membres du caucus libéral Rencontre avec l’agronome Louis Robert Go to Source

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Sudbury judge to rule if man acted as pimp, human trafficker

Sudbury Star Superior Court Justice Robbie Gordon has reserved his decision in the trial of a Sudbury man facing human trafficking charges. A decision date in the trial of Raymond Lincoln will be set in Superior assignment court April 16. Lincoln, 50, and in custody, is facing eight charges: three counts of sexual assault involving […]

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Sudbury letters: We can lead mine innovation; arena meeting poorly planned

Sudbury Star I’ve been following conversations about the aspirations of our local mining and supply sectors. I’m aware that our society needs to move towards the electrification of our transportation and industrial systems – including electric mining equipment. It is clear that there will be an increased demand for nickel to satisfy the growing need […]

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Appeal allowed in massive Sudbury fraud case

Sudbury Star Question is now much former Atlas Copco executive in Sudbury should pay back in massive fraud case Getty Images A man who helped defraud Atlas Copco’s Sudbury office of more than $20 million has won an appeal concerning a $20 million civil award he was ordered to pay. As a result, a civil […]

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Snapchat’s new Status feature lets your friends see what exactly you’re up to

Mashable What are you up to, exactly? A new feature lets you share your Status on Snapchat. Image: Mashable screenshot By Johnny Lieu2019-04-03 03:14:59 UTC Foursquare, is that you? Snapchat has started testing a new feature called Status in Snap Maps which lets you check into places, and allows your friends to see what you’re […]

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Crown pushing for jail in Sudbury accident

Sudbury Star Defence, however, argues for no jail for woman who caused accident Misty Assinewai will learn April 29 if she will spend close to six months in jail — or not — for a serious motor vehicle collision that sent man to hospital for a week to recover from his injuries. “Given the divergence […]

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Veteran Sudbury criminal back in court today

Sudbury Star Jeremy Trodd Cop killer Jeremy Trodd could learn today when he will deal with a series of charges that involve alleged stabbing and biting incidents, as well as an attack on a peace officer. Trodd, who is in custody, is scheduled to appear in assignment court at which time dates for one or […]

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Switch Online adds ‘Punch-Out’ and ‘Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels’

Engadget RSS Feed Nintendo’s ever-growing library of NES classics that are playable on Switch will add two more entries on the 10th: Punch-Out!!!, Star Soldier and Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels. Punch-Out!!! swaps in Mr. Dream for the game’s original boss Mike Tyson — hopefully without the Wii’s scaling-induced lag issues on HDTVs and […]

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‘It Chapter Two’ scares the crap out of CinemaCon with first footage

Mashable Sophia Lillis and Jessica Chastain present ‘It Chapter Two’ at CinemaCon. Image: Getty Images for CinemaCon By Angie Han2019-04-03 02:41:17 UTC Who’s ready to return to Derry? Warner Bros. brought the very first footage from It Chapter Two to CinemaCon Tuesday, and so far at least, it looks just as scary as its predecessor.  […]

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Westbrook matches Wilt with remarkable 20/20/20

NBA.com: News Go to Source Russell Westbrook is no stranger to ridiculous statistical lines. Indeed, we’ve become so accustomed to his gaudy performances that there’s been virtually zero fanfare for the fact that he’s virtually assured of averaging a triple-double for a third straight season.  But the Thunder superstar outdid himself Monday against the Lakers, […]

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