Day: September 2, 2019

Family fun on Labour Day

Sudbury Star Family fun on Labour Day Greg Tousignant tosses a balloon to his son Gus at Labour Day in the Park on Monday.   Jim Moodie/Sudbury Star /jpg, SU Labour Day in the Park attendees had the chance to dunk a local celebrity.   Jim Moodie/Sudbury Star Avery Bazinet, foreground, gets into the groove […]

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Rentrée scolaire : du bruit pour pas grand-chose

ONfr+ [ANALYSE]  On annonçait une rentrée des classes 2019 en Ontario particulière, voire explosive. Il n’en sera rien. Les principaux changements annoncés par le gouvernement progressiste-conservateur affecteront peu les élèves des écoles élémentaires et secondaires. Le premier ministre, Doug Ford, et son ministre de l’Éducation, Stephen Lecce, savent qu’ils marchent sur des œufs. Quelque deux […]

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Get out and vote Labour Day message

North Bay Nugget North Bay and District Labour Council President Henri Giroux dances to the live music during Monday’s 14th annual Labour Day picnic at the North Bay Waterfront. This year’s theme was A Fair Canada for Everyone. Jennifer Hamilton-McCharles/The Nugget Picasa / jpg, NB The message at the 14th annual North Bay Labour Day […]

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‘It’s certainly an adrenaline rush’

North Bay Nugget The demolition derby is a popular attraction at the Powassan Agricultural Fall Fair. This year marks the fair’s 124th anniversary. Some of the other events that were held throughout the weekend were live entertainment, inflatables, horse pull and an exhibition display featuring a variety of vegetables, baking, crafts, photography and children’s artwork. […]

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Smoke n’ Spurs continues to grow

North Bay Nugget Look up, look way up. Participants in the Freestyle MX Stunt Show show off their skills during the Smoke n’ Spurs Rodeo in Powassan. The annual event attracts thousands of cowboys and cowgirls. Jennifer Hamilton-McCharles, The Nugget Picasa / jpg, NB POWASSAN – The Smoke n’ Spurs Rodeo has become a major […]

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Confronting the opioid crisis

Sudbury Star Volunteers prevent overdose deaths through weekly pop-up site STOP (Sudbury Temporary Overdose Prevention) Society volunteers Carla Ocampo, left, Kathy Savage and Karla Ghartey, a registered nurse and one of the group’s founding members, arrange supplies at the overdose prevention site off Lloyd Street. Jim Moodie/Sudbury Star There is a tent involved and an […]

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Quelling those first-day fears

Sudbury Star Grace, left, and Fiona Gilbeau enjoy some time in the hammock before heading back to school next week. The two girls are excited, if a bit nervous, to be heading back into the classroom. They both attend Pius XII Catholic School. Mary Katherine Keown/Sudbury Star / jpg, SU According to Grace Gilbeau, math […]

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A passion to help people

Sudbury Star Paul Kadwell, deputy chief of paramedic services with the City of Greater Sudbury. Photo supplied In Sudbury at dusk recently, standing on the front lawn of my dear friend’s home, her neighbours drove into the driveway of the next house. My hostess, Judi Cartman waved and they came over, a beautiful couple, Jannel […]

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Dorian s’acharne sur les Bahamas, qui recensent au moins cinq morts

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles L’ouragan Dorian a été rétrogradé à la catégorie 4 et continue de souffler sur les Bahamas. Photo : Associated Press / Tim Aylen 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 Radio-Canada 2019-09-02 | Mis à jour […]

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US and Poland agree to rigorously evaluate foreign 5G equipment

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links JANEK SKARZYNSKI via Getty Images The US and Poland declared today that suppliers of 5G network equipment should be rigorously evaluated for foreign government control. Vice President Mike Pence and Polish President Andrzej Duda signed an agreement to tighten guidelines of 5G network security, The Wall Street Journal reports. The […]

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