Day: April 15, 2019

In Search for Leverage, Trump May Be Undercutting His Own Trade Deals

NYT > Politics WASHINGTON — President Trump is embracing a new tactic as he tries to rewrite the rules of global trade: Don’t believe a final deal is truly final. Mr. Trump, who has called deal-making his “art form,” has used his unpredictability as a source of leverage in discussions with Europe, Canada, Mexico, Japan […]

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Blue Sky Bingo fighting for survival

North Bay Nugget The paper-based hall is one of 10 in Ontario denied permission to offer cGaming Blue Sky Bingo has launched the campaign Save Blue Sky Bingo from closing following Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation’s decision to exclude 10 halls from cGaming. The owners of the North Bay hall say cGaming allows a greater […]

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What’s on TV: ‘Homecoming,’ ‘Bosch’

Engadget RSS Feed ‘Someone Great’ – Netflix This week the NBA and NHL playoffs are under way, and gamers can play some old games on new systems, like Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster on Xbox One and Switch, or Cuphead on Switch. Netflix will stream Beyoncé’s Coachella performance behind-the-scenes documentary Homecoming starting Wednesday […]

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LETTERS: Memorial Gardens lacks parking for arenas

North Bay Nugget Mayor Al McDonald and councillors Johanne Brousseau and Dave Mendicino favour building a new twin ice pad at Memorial Gardens/Thomson Park for its central location, and convention and tourism potential. Nugget File Photo Memorial Gardens lacks parking for arenas To the editor: Before deciding upon a location for North Bay’s new twin-pad […]

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Mason Primeau moves up NHL draft rankings

North Bay Nugget Mason Primeau of the North Bay Battalion beams on the way back to the bench after opening the scoring against the visiting Barrie Colts in Ontario Hockey League action in March. Sean Ryan Photo Centre Mason Primeau of the North Bay Battalion is among 43 Ontario Hockey League skaters in final rankings […]

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Did you spy these quick and bloody ‘Game of Thrones’ premiere cameos?

Mashable It’s not always sunny in Westeros. Image: hbo By Shannon Connellan2019-04-16 03:40:20 UTC Spoiler warning: If you’re not caught up on Game of Thrones, you should avoid this article for now.  Game of Thrones has officially returned, with Bran Stark being a royal creep, Jon Snow learning home truths, and Deanerys possibly rethinking some […]

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Cousins exits Game 2 vs. Clippers with left quad injury

NBA.com: News Go to Source DeMarcus Cousins exited Game 2 midway through the first quarter. Golden State Warriors center DeMarcus Cousins made an early exit from Monday’s Game 2 against the LA Clippers, suffering a left quad injury while tumbling after a loose ball with 8 1/2 minutes remaining in the first quarter. DeMarcus Cousins […]

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Sudbury listings, April 16 to April 22

Sudbury Star April 16 Ereader clinic: An Ereader clinic will be held 1-3 p.m. at the Greater Sudbury Public Library’s New Sudbury branch. Art: The Art Gallery of Sudbury invites you to a major new exhibition by Sudbury artist Elizabeth Holmes, entitled Thinking about Loss. Thinking about Loss is a paper-based exhibition that explores the […]

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The Rematch: Bernie Sanders vs. a Clinton Loyalist

NYT > Politics WASHINGTON — The bad blood started early. In 2008, Neera Tanden, then a top aide on Hillary Clinton’s first presidential campaign, accompanied Mrs. Clinton to what was expected to be an easy interview at the Center for American Progress, the influential group founded by top Clinton aides. But Faiz Shakir, the chief […]

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Bernie Sanders Released His Tax Returns. He’s Part of the 1%.

NYT > Politics WASHINGTON — Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, a leading candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, disclosed 10 years of tax returns on Monday, providing a more detailed look at his finances than what he offered when he ran for the White House in 2016. The returns show that Mr. Sanders’s earnings shot […]

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