Day: June 4, 2019

‘Dark Phoenix’ mercifully brings the X-Men saga to a close

Mashable Yes, Jean, I’m tired too. Image: Doane Gregory / 20th Century Fox By Angie Han2019-06-05 04:59:00 UTC Dark Phoenix ends, as all superhero movies do, with the hint of more to come. But it’s a mirage this time, as far as we know: This truly is the end of Fox’s core X-Men series for […]

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Raptors’ defense in question ahead of critical Game 3

NBA.com: News Go to Source *Wednesday on ABC: Game 3, Raptors vs. Warriors (9 ET) OAKLAND, Calif. – The Toronto Raptors already regret what they didn’t get done against the Golden State Warriors in Game 2 of the 2019 NBA Finals. Squandering an even better opportunity in Game 3 might crash their confidence completely. That’s how […]

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Zoo de Saint-Édouard : des arguments de la SPCA révélés

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Les douloureuses questions dont il faut parler, selon Aymeric Caron Traiter nos animaux domestiques comme des colocataires Une Saskatchewanaise obtient la garde d’un seul chat sur une centaine saisie L’ex-entraîneur Bertrand Charest plaide sa cause devant la Cour d’appel Les agressions sexuelles dans les écoles, une menace persistante Go to Source

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Cuba proteste contre la fermeture des services canadiens d’immigration à La Havane

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Les géants du numérique dans le viseur des autorités de la concurrence Malgré les appels au dialogue, Trump en remet sur le Mexique Des Cubains en colère, privés de services canadiens d’immigration à La Havane Tarifs douaniers visant le Mexique : Trump pourrait se heurter à un mur républicain

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La Chine s’apprête à scruter les importations de porc canadien à la loupe

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Louis Robert, l’agronome qui espère que ses pairs regagneront la confiance du public « Viande » végétale : l’UPA porte plainte contre les boulettes Beyond Meat Québec n’interviendra pas pour empêcher la vente du Groupe Maurice à des Américains Go to Source

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No climate emergency in North Bay

North Bay Nugget City council opts not to join hundreds of municipalities across Canada in making the declaration The City of North Bay closed the Lake Nipissing Condo Trail between Marathon Beach and Timmins Street Monday due to high water and strong waves. Nugget File Photo The City of North Bay has shied away from […]

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North Bay splits from Sudbury, says there is no climate emergency

Sudbury Star City council opts not to join hundreds of municipalities across Canada in making the declaration The City of North Bay closed the Lake Nipissing Condo Trail between Marathon Beach and Timmins Street Monday due to high water and strong waves. Nugget File Photo The City of North Bay has shied away from declaring […]

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Alleged dog attacks in city investigated

North Bay Nugget Humane Society receives two reports involving a large, mixed-breed dog The North Bay Humane Society is investigating a pair of alleged dog attacks near Norman Avenue. Nicole Driscoll, manager of investigations and animal control for the Humane Society, said two separate reports were filed within the past week involving a large, mixed-breed […]

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‘We still have three years of this government’

North Bay Nugget Labour rallying Saturday to mark first anniversary of Doug Ford government North Bay and District Labour Council president Henri Giroux speaks to reporters outside of the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit building on Oak Street, Tuesday. Michael Lee/The Nugget jpg, NB The pots, pans and wooden spoons will be out […]

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Unmasking ‘hidden disabilities’

North Bay Nugget Acquired brain injury victims share their stories The Brain Injury Association of North Bay and Area held an event Tuesday at The Grande Event Centre to increase awareness of acquired brain injuries and the impact they can have on survivors, as well as their families and caregivers. The event included a large […]

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