Day: April 19, 2019

Avs sting Flames with series-clinching win

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Add the Calgary Flames to shocking Stanley Cup playoff exits this season. The Colorado Avalanche defeated the Flames 5-1 on Friday to win their first-round series four games to one. Updated Stanley Cup playoffs schedule and TV info The Avalanche advanced to the second round of playoffs for […]

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Galaxy Fold teardown gives us a look at its complicated deisgn

Engadget RSS Feed This teardown is no precision iFixit job, but if you just want to see what parts and pixie dust are holding Samsung’s Galaxy Fold together, some images from an apparently now-deleted Weibo post can help. Not surprisingly for a first-gen new device, the design is seems incredibly complex and highlights some of […]

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Patience pays off as Leafs close in on opportunity to close out Bruins

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Surprise, surprise. The Toronto Maple Leafs can play a patient game. Maybe all these hard lessons from the previous 17 playoff games in the last three springs finally have sunk in for Auston Matthews and Co. GAME 5 Matthews breaks stalemate as Leafs push Bruins to brink Analysis […]

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NBA rescinds technicals on Warriors’ Durant, Clippers’ Green

NBA.com: News Go to Source With the technical foul rescinded, Kevin Durant is now five away from an automatic one-game suspension. NEW YORK (AP) — The NBA has rescinded technical fouls called on Golden State’s Kevin Durant and JaMychal Green of the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 3 of their first-round playoff series. The players […]

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Judge Delivers Major Setback to Trump Policy to Increase Coal Mining on Federal Land

Global Warming & Climate Change Want climate news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd:, our email newsletter. WASHINGTON — A federal judge late Friday delivered a significant setback to the Trump administration’s policy of promoting coal, ruling that the Interior Department acted illegally when it sought to lift an Obama-era moratorium on […]

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‘Jammed to the rooftops’

North Bay Nugget North Bay Regional Health Centre ‘over capacity’ due to demand for temporary long-term care beds Nugget File Photo The North Bay Regional Health Centre is at “the absolute highest capacity,” according to president and CEO Paul Heinrich. “We are over capacity in acute care right now,” Heinrich said Thursday. “Today we have […]

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‘Jammed to the rooftops’ at North Bay’s hospital

Sudbury Star North Bay Regional Health Centre ‘over capacity’ due to demand for temporary long-term care beds Nugget File Photo The North Bay Regional Health Centre is at “the absolute highest capacity,” according to president and CEO Paul Heinrich. “We are over capacity in acute care right now,” Heinrich said Thursday. “Today we have 419 […]

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Matthews breaks stalemate as Leafs push Bruins to brink

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Auston Matthews snapped a scoreless tie in the third period as the Toronto Maple Leafs downed the Boston Bruins 2-1 on Friday to take a 3-2 lead in their best-of-seven Eastern Conference quarter-final. Kasperi Kapanen, with a goal and an assist, also scored for Toronto. Frederik Andersen made […]

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Une famille de pygargues à tête blanche vit un drôle de « ménage à trois »

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Épisode du samedi 30 mars 2019 Pourchasser un orignal pourrait coûter cher à un planchiste Que reste-t-il de la conquête de la Lune, 50 ans plus tard?

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Discontent surfaces at farmers’ market

North Bay Nugget Longtime vendor claims ‘targeted abuse and bullying’ after her application is denied to return this summer Accusations of ‘targeted abuse and bullying’ have been made by a longtime North Bay Farmers’ Market vendor who was not invited back this summer. Nugget File Photo Joanna Boldt says she was “shocked and saddened” this […]

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