Month: July 2019

Débat démocrate : Biden attaqué de toutes parts

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Lors du premier débat, Joe Biden n’était pas préparé aux attaques lancées par Kamala Harris. Photo : Reuters / Mike Segar Partagez via Facebook (Fenêtre modale) Facebook Partagez via Twitter (Fenêtre modale) Twitter Partagez via LinkedIn (Fenêtre modale) LinkedIn Partagez via Courriel (Fenêtre modale) Courriel Activer l’option d’impression du navigateur Imprimer L’espace commentaires est […]

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‘Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled’ gets a dinosaur-themed grand prix

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Activision If you’ve already mastered Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, the game has another challenge for you. When Activision and Beenox revealed their revival of the Naughty Dog classic last month, they kicked off the Nitro Grand Prix. With that first race complete, Activision is ready to launch the second: the […]

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FAA’s new B4UFLY app makes it easier to know where drones are allowed

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Kittyhawk The FAA’s free app that kept drone pilots aware of “no fly zones” performed a much-needed service — but had few fans. The federal agency teamed up with drone software maker Kittyhawk to create a new version of the B4UFLY app that is being released today. The revamped app […]

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‘Chilling reality check’ scaring east-end neighbourhood

North Bay Nugget City investigating property at Worthington Street East and Metcalfe North Bay bylaw enforcement officer Ron Melnyk says this property at Worthington Street East and Metcalfe is under investigation. Jennifer Hamilton-McCharles / The Nugget jpg, NB Several east-end residents say they’re upset and scared over a small tent city and “inner-city dump” in […]

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Society part of downtown solution — mayor

North Bay Nugget Council promises action after break-ins at Main Street jewelry store Mayor Al McDonald says the city is doing what it can to address mental health and addictions issues downtown following the break-in last weekend at Pearls jewelry store. Michael Lee/The Nugget jpg, NB Mayor Al McDonald says council is doing everything it […]

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Wendy’s employee who burned down restaurant gets nearly 2 years in jail

North Bay Nugget Julie Oliver/Postmedia The employee who burned a Wendy’s restaurant to the ground last fall had been charged only days earlier for an attempted arson, and was ordered not to possess incendiary materials.But an Ottawa court heard Wednesday that Steven Hanssen, 28, was out of control at the time. A psychiatrist’s report says […]

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Impossible Foods gets FDA approval to sell fake meat in grocery stores

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links ROBYN BECK via Getty Images Fake meat is coming to a barbecue near you. Impossible Foods has been granted approval by the FDA to sell its plant-based meat in US grocery stores this fall, reported Bloomberg. After expressing some initial doubts, the agency formally ruled that soy leghemoglobin — the […]

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Alexander finishes strong at U23 worlds, sets sights on Olympics

Sudbury Star Charles Alexander, who is a member of the Laurentian University rowing team and a member of the U23 national team, trains at the Northern Water Sports Centre in Sudbury, Ont. on Tuesday September 11, 2018. John Lappa/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network It wasn’t the outcome Charles Alexander had hoped for, but he was proud of […]

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Canadians to combine key returnees, new blood for 2019-20 NOJHL season

Sudbury Star Carson McMillan, left, of the Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves, attempts to skate around Tyler Amaral, of the Toronto Young Nationals, during Telus Cup action at the Sudbury Community Arena in Sudbury, Ont. on Friday April 27, 2018. McMillan, who finished last season with the Rayside-Balfour Canadians, has returned to the team on a […]

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Cruel Google Maps trick marked livestreamer’s mansion as a homeless shelter

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links ASSOCIATED PRESS While most pranks that originate from YouTube are terrible, a recent one targeted at homeless people in Los Angeles was particularly abhorrent and cruel. According to the Los Angeles Daily News, a group of online pranksters connected with popular YouTuber Paul Denino — better known by his online […]

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