Day: August 27, 2019

Un caporal soupçonné d’être lié à un groupe d’extrême droite renvoyé

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Patrik Mathews, qu’on voit ici dans une photo datant de 2015, est un réserviste de l’armée canadienne soupçonné d’appartenir à un groupe néo-nazi appelé The Base. Photo : Radio-Canada / archives CBC 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 […]

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‘We are going to lose people’

North Bay Nugget Loss of warming centre, lack of affordable housing a ‘crisis’ in city – King File Photo Existing programs to help the homeless, those with drug dependencies or mental health issues are “incapable of keeping up with the demand,” according to the chair of the Nipissing District Social Services Administration Board. North Bay […]

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Iranian journalist says he is claiming asylum in Sweden after accompanying Zarif on diplomatic mission

Washington Post Erin Cunningham Middle East reporter covering Iran, Turkey, Syria and the wider region August 27 at 12:27 PM ISTANBUL — A veteran Iranian journalist is claiming asylum in Sweden after traveling there with Iran’s foreign minister, then fleeing his government detail in what he says was a daring escape.  Amir Tohid Fazel, an […]

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Perspective | Putin’s power depends on his popularity. That makes him vulnerable.

Washington Post By Samuel A. Greene and Graeme B. Robertson August 27 at 10:18 AM Russian President Vladimir Putin often seems like a tyrannical Svengali. “Putin’s power as Russia’s leader is based in fear, mystery, and propaganda,” wrote the organizers of PutinCon, a conference for opponents of the president held in New York in 2018, adding, […]

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New low-income grocery store open for business

North Bay Nugget Byron Jones and his wife, Lola, have opened a new grocery store on Harriet Street for people on low or fixed incomes. Michael Lee/The Nugget jpg, NB A local pastor and his wife have opened a new grocery store in North Bay for people on low or fixed incomes to help support […]

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St. Joseph-Scollard Hall receives overhaul

North Bay Nugget Library and parking lot projects worth more than $2 million The library at St. Joseph-Scollard Hall is being transformed into a Learning Commons. The Nipissing Parry Sound Catholic District School Board has invested almost $2 million on the library and parking lot renovations this summer. PJ WIlson PJWILSON / jpg, NB The […]

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Teepee blessed at regional hospital

North Bay Nugget The teepee allows patients ‘to begin their wellness journey in a culturally significant way’ George Couchie speaks to the crowd gathered inside the teepee on the grounds of the North Bay Regional Health Centre, Tuesday morning. Jennifer Hamilton-McCharles / The Nugget Picasa / jpg, NB The North Bay Regional Health Centre is […]

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Ontario, First Nations moving forward with Ring of Fire

North Bay Nugget ‘We are moving away from the bureaucratic to the pragmatic’ Noront Resources president and CEO Alan Coutts and Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines Greg Rickford provide an update on the Ring of Fire development. ELAINE DELLA-MATTIA SunMedia The province says it’s establishing bilateral agreements with First Nations communities in order […]

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Avortement : confusion et flou chez les conservateurs | Élections Canada 2019

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Alain Rayes, député de Richmond-Arthabaska et lieutenant québécois du chef conservateur Photo : Radio-Canada / Benoit Roussel 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 Commentaires Sophie-Hélène Lebeuf 2019-08-27 | Mis à jour aujourd’hui à 1 h 53 Le Parti conservateur […]

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Apple is already beta testing iOS 13.1

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Chris Velazco/Engadget Apple isn’t waiting for the release of iOS 13 to start testing its first big update. The tech giant has posted an iOS 13.1 developer beta (plus a corresponding iPadOS 13.1 beta) — apparently the first time an iOS point release has been in a dev beta before […]

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