Day: April 22, 2019

Series Preview: Bucks, Celtics at it again after first-round sweeps

NBA.com: News Go to Source Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks are again squaring off with the Celtics in the playoffs. The Eastern Conference semifinals, the two series that we’ve been waiting for since October, are almost here. The top four teams in the East are loaded with talent, and they all can reach The Finals […]

Read More

AT&T and Sprint settle lawsuit over faux 5G branding

Engadget RSS Feed AT&T To say AT&T’s rivals were unhappy with its fake 5G branding is an understatement — Sprint even filed a lawsuit against the carrier, accusing it of “blatantly misleading customers.” The competitors must have hammered out a deal that’s acceptable for both of them, though, because they’ve reached an amicable settlement a […]

Read More

Attaques au Sri Lanka : la police annonce l’arrestation de 40 suspects

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Une cérémonie à la mémoire des victimes des attentats au Sri Lanka Que faut-il savoir du groupe accusé des attentats au Sri Lanka? Les Canadiens pleurent la tragédie au Sri Lanka Le pouvoir appelle à des manifestations pour démobiliser l’opposition au Venezuela L’Ukraine a un nouveau président

Read More

Stars align as Dallas eliminates Nashville in OT

CBC | NHL News Go to Source John Klingberg scored from the left circle 17:02 into overtime and the Dallas Stars beat the Nashville Predators 2-1 to wrap up their first-round Western Conference playoff series in six games. Klingberg’s first goal of the playoffs came on a cross-ice pass from Alexander Radulov. The win by […]

Read More

Holy Crap business has taken off

North Bay Nugget Removing doggie land mines a ‘nasty job that no one wants to do’ Erin Plourde works on cleaning up a customer’s yard as she launches her business, Holy Crap Pet Waste Removal Services, Monday. Plourde says she is surprised at the response she has received for cleaning dog poop from people’s yards.PJ […]

Read More

152 rolls to celebrate 70 years

North Bay Nugget TP North Bay campaign organizer Ellen Faulkner receives her birthday wish TP North Bay campaign organizer Ellen Faulkner poses with her birthday gifts Saturday after her family surprised her with a party in celebration of her 70th birthday. The sixth annual TP North Bay fundraiser kicks off Friday. Supplied Photo No too […]

Read More

Province tackling local homelessness

North Bay Nugget DNSSAB receiving nearly $2.7 million in funding The District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board (DNSSAB) will receive nearly $2.7 million in funding from the province this year for programs designed to tackle homelessness and provide affordable housing. The province will provide the board with approximately $216,000 through Investment in Affordable Housing […]

Read More

Canadore can survive tuition rollback – Burton

North Bay Nugget College concerned about infrastructure funding The province’s decision to roll back tuition 10 per cent will cut almost $800,000 from Canadore College’s coffers this fall. “I’m not overly concerned with the rollback,” says Canadore College president George Burton. “We can accommodate the rollback because we’re going to have strong enrolment in the […]

Read More

Fear-mongering about PCs ‘all for not’

North Bay Nugget Provincial funding shifting from bureaucracy to front-line care Well, it’s now a proven fact that all the fear-mongering was all for not. The 2019 provincial budget is a comprehensive and sustainable plan that balances the books in five years while protecting the critical public services — such as health care and education […]

Read More

Community Living Greater Sudbury gets new boss

Sudbury Star Viviane Lapointe jpeg, SU A former senior executive with Health Sciences North is the new executive director of Community Living Greater Sudbury. “The board looks forward to working with Viviane Lapointe as we build the next chapter of success for (Community Living Greater Sudbury),” Paul De Luisa, board chair, said in a release. […]

Read More