Day: April 30, 2019

Chips, coffee off the menu

North Bay Nugget Couple one-third of the way through its Big Wild Year Jeremy St. Onge and Delphanie Colyer boil some maple sap at their sugar bush, recently. The two are a third of the way through their Big Wild Year.Delphanie Colyer Photo There’s one thing that still tempts Jeremy St. Onge, 113 days into […]

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Province, teachers’ union clash over bargaining timelines

North Bay Nugget Ontario Minister of Education Lisa Thompson The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) is disputing the province’s take on labour negotiations after Education Minister Lisa Thompson called out unions for not coming to the bargaining table early. In a statement issued Tuesday, Thompson said the province took the “unprecedented” step of giving […]

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North Bay reservists on flood duty in Ottawa area

North Bay Nugget Local flood warning updated with rain in forecast for next 24 hours Canadian Forces members build a wall of sandbags to protect a home from the flooding Ottawa River in the Ottawa community of Constance Bay, on Tuesday. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang At least six reservists with 33 Service Battalion in North […]

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Carousel horses to be awakened Saturday

North Bay Nugget Heritage train back on the tracks May 10 Gilles Blais tidies up Big Hoss at the Heritage Railway and Carousels in 2018. The carousel horses will be awakened Saturday for the new season. Nugget File Photo The North Bay Heritage Train will be back on the tracks May 10. But this year, […]

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SEC and Elon Musk tweet agreement gets a judge’s seal of approval

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links ASSOCIATED PRESS Elon Musk now knows exactly what Tesla information he can tweet without getting in trouble with the Securities and Exchange Commission. According to The Wall Street Journal, US District Judge Alison Nathan has signed off on the agreement the executive and the commission hammered out a few days […]

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Harden exits Game 2 with lacerated left eyelid

NBA.com: News Go to Source James Harden took an inadvertant shot to the face and went to the locker room during the first quarter of Game 2 against the Warriors. Harden got poked in the left eye by Draymond Green and stayed down on the court through a timeout to be looked at by the […]

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The new ‘Child’s Play’ poster is dark stuff for ‘Toy Story’ fans

Mashable Let’s play. Image: orion pictures By Shannon Connellan2019-05-01 03:12:53 UTC The world’s creepiest evil doll is back, and he’s apparently taking other toys back with him to hell. Well, that’s what a new poster for the remake of horror classic Child’s Play would have you believe, with a rather macabre reference to everyone’s favourite […]

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Curry returns to Game 2 after dislocating finger

NBA.com: News Go to Source Stephen Curry dislocated his left middle finger during the first quarter of Game 2 against the Rockets. Curry left the court in obvious pain while clutching hand. X-Rays were negative and the Warriors’ medical staff popped the finger back in place, TNT’s Allie LaForce reported. Curry reentered with tape around the […]

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This parody nails what every ‘Hot Ones’ episode is like

Mashable By Johnny Lieu2019-05-01 03:08:32 UTC [embedded content] Who doesn’t love Hot Ones? The show which makes celebrities eat extremely hot chicken wings is an internet favourite, but maybe in all that spiciness you’ve skipped over the clichés. YouTuber Scott Cramer has compiled a bunch of these tropes in a video, where he pulls off […]

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What doesn’t get blocked, Jackets’ Bobrovsky stops, a simple recipe for success

CBC | NHL News Go to Source A desperate and determined Boston Bruins huffed and puffed in the third period of Game 3 in their second-round series against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday. But they couldn’t blow one more goal past goalie Sergei Bobrovsky. GAME 3 Duchene does it again as Jackets grab series […]

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