Day: April 26, 2019

Amazon procède au licenciement d’employés à l’aide d’un système automatisé

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Négo du secteur public : cinq grands syndicats signent un pacte de non-maraudage 100 trucs : travailleurs autonomes, disponible sur le site web de Protégez-vous Au moins 10 autres fonctionnaires québécois sanctionnés pour avoir informé des journalistes Les actionnaires de Bayer désavouent la direction après le rachat de Monsanto Les entreprises canadiennes redoutent une campagne électorale […]

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Rosenstein Assails Obama Administration, Comey and Journalists in Defending Handling of Russia Inquiry

NYT > Politics WASHINGTON — The deputy attorney general, Rod J. Rosenstein, attacked the Obama administration, former law enforcement officials, the press and his own critics in a fiery speech on Thursday night that he used to defend his handling of the Russia investigation. Mr. Rosenstein, who appointed the special counsel to take over the […]

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Lady Wolves one win away from gold after shutting out Stoney Creek

Sudbury Star Taylor Scott, of the Sudbury Lady Wolves, breaks to the net during semifinal action against the Stoney Creek Sabres at the Esso Cup at the Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex in Sudbury, Ont. on Friday April 26, 2019. John Lappa/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network In the aftermath of the Sudbury Lady Wolves’ convincing win over […]

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Day of Mourning ceremony at Miners Memorial this Sunday

Timmins Daily Press The Timmins and Area District Labour Council is preparing for a memorial service they will be holding at the Porcupine Miners’ Memorial this Sunday to mark the National Day of Mourning for Workers. Members of the Timmins Labour Council and local union representatives are seen marching in a procession from the McIntyre […]

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Intel is trying to sell its smartphone-modem business

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Chris Velazco / Engadget Intel is looking to sell its smartphone-modem business, now that it’s officially out of the race for 5G chipsets, The Wall Street Journal reports. In fact, Apple considered acquiring part of Intel’s modem ventures in talks that began last summer, but that deal stopped short just […]

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TSO wrapping up 40th season with ‘Choral Spectacular’

Timmins Daily Press TSO will wrap up its 40th season with a concert at St. Anthony of Padua Cathedral on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Timmins Symphony Orchestra conductor and musical director Joshua Wood leads a rehearsal Friday night ahead of TSO’s performance on Saturday at St. Anthony of Padua Cathedral. Jordan Horrobin/The Daily Press jpg, […]

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Morneau continues trade action on 2 foreign steel products, drops it for 5 others

CBC | Politics News Only two kinds of foreign steel imports, heavy plate and stainless steel wire, will continue to face trade remedies to protect Canada’s steel industry, Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced Friday. His decision on final safeguards follows the advice of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, which earlier this month found no justification to continue a […]

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IN BRIEF: Rally for Kash at Queen’s Park; Bowl for a Cure

Timmins Daily Press Members of Kashechewan First Nation will be rallying at Queen’s Park Monday to demand action on the relocation of their community. The community is forced to evacuate each spring due to flooding and there has been talk for years about relocating the community to higher ground nearby. The rally is scheduled to […]

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Provincial elections offer lessons and opportunities for federal parties, say former premiers

CBC | Politics News Three former premiers say federal parties should take note of the mood of the electorate after voters chose conservative parties in a string of recent provincial elections. “I think that being aware that the electorate is extremely volatile will be very important,” said former P.E.I. premier Robert Ghiz, in an interview with […]

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Ford under criminal investigation for miscalculating vehicle emissions

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links ASSOCIATED PRESS Ford disclosed in a financial filing made with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission that it is currently under investigation by the Department of Justice over its internal testing practices. Ford says the probe is still in its preliminary stages but insists that this won’t be another […]

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