Month: May 2019

La justice américaine prépare une enquête anti-monopole contre Google

Radio-Canada | Techno – À la une La pagette est morte, vive la pagette!  Zuckerberg pourrait être reconnu coupable d’outrage au Parlement canadien Irak et Syrie : la coalition admet que 1300 civils ont été tués dans les raids en 5 ans La dernière clinique pratiquant des avortements au Missouri reste ouverte pour le moment Pékin prévient Ottawa […]

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NBA Finals ratings released, Canada sets records

NBA.com: News Go to Source Game 1 of the NBA Finals tipped off Thursday before a hungry home viewing audience. TORONTO — The NBA correctly anticipated that television ratings would dip for Game 1 of the NBA Finals, for two very important reasons. There’s no LeBron James. And Canadian numbers don’t count. ESPN said Friday that […]

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Boutique boasts ethical fashion

Sudbury Star Ania Derecka is the owner of Studio 35 Fashions at 109 Durham St. John Lappa/Sudbury Star With a focus on representing Canadian and European designers, Studio 35 Fashions, a women’s fashion boutique, is settling in nicely and making its mark in the Nickel City. Studio 35 Fashions, 109 Durham St., opened in September […]

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Upgrades at Hollinger to be completed over the summer

Timmins Daily Press Playground area and splash pad will be open while other areas of Hollinger Park are fenced off. In the midst of other improvement at the park, The playground area and splash pad will be opened as usual this summer, the city assures. JORDAN HORROBIN/THE DAILY PRESS Residents can expect to see a […]

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Tennis bubble seeking tax break

Sudbury Star Joseph Trottier of College Notre-Dame returns a serve during a boys doubles match at the high school tennis finals at the Sudbury Indoor Tennis Centre last year. John Lappa/Sudbury Star file photo The Sudbury Indoor Tennis Centre is seeking tax relief from Tom Davies Square. Its board says that without assistance, the centre […]

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Long-time educator honoured

Timmins Daily Press A tree was planted in the École secondaire catholique Thériault arboretum on Wednesday to commemorate Lyse Perron, centre, for her work as a distinguished member of the francophone community. Perron has more than 30 years of teaching experience and pioneered a humanitarian project at Thériault that allows students to provide aid in […]

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Pascal on the Pitch: Sudbury U21s light up the turf

Sudbury Star Time to bring out the big guns. All four of the local U21 teams were in action last weekend, with all four showing at least some signs of competitiveness while battling opponents from the GTA in Sudbury. The Greater Sudbury Soccer Club Impact U21 men’s team has undergone some fairly significant turnover, with […]

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WSJ: Justice Department ‘preparing’ Google antitrust investigation

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Smith Collection/Gado via Getty Images Late Friday, the Wall Street Journal reported, based on it anonymous sources, that the Department of Justice is preparing an antitrust probe of Google. The company has faced several similar investigations from EU officials, as well as investigations in the US from the FTC — […]

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A New Threat From Trump and Old Questions About Its Effectiveness

NYT > Politics WASHINGTON — The last time President Trump vowed all-out retaliation against Mexico for the illegal immigrants crossing the border, he backed off. In April, he gave America’s southern neighbor a year to fix the problem. It turns out he cannot wait that long. As he ratchets the pressure back up with threats […]

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Accent: A job like no other

Sudbury Star Treeplanters — the ones who stick it out — find a weird kind of pride in discomfort and dirt Briel Ross, a Chelmsford native and student at Cambrian, roughs it in the bush at a treeplanting camp north of Cartier. Jim Moodie/Sudbury Star Screef. Duff. Cream. The Claw. It’s a language I once […]

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