Day: September 3, 2019

That Sudbury Sports Guy: Uneven start to season for LU footy

Sudbury Star Zoe Derkach of the Nipissing Lakers takes the ball up the field while Megan Short of the Laurentian Voyageurs tries to intercept in OUA action at the Nipissing Soccer Field, Saturday. The Lakers defeated Laurentian 1-0. Photo supplied / jpg, NB It was the tale of two weekends for Laurentian Voyageur soccer. The […]

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Proposed ‘innovation park’ near Canadore moves through city hall

North Bay Nugget Land surveyor Paul Goodridge, left, and Canadore College president George Burton describe the details for a joint development by Cedar Heights Drive and Highway 11 North during a council meeting, Tuesday, at city hall. Michael Lee/The Nugget jpg, NB A committee of North Bay city council is recommending that a 164-acre lot […]

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What’s on TV this week: ‘NBA 2K20,’ ‘Wu-Tang: An American Saga’

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Square Enix This week is a big one already for gamers, with Final Fantasy VIII Remastered arriving on multiple platforms. It will keep rolling on Friday, once NBA 2K20 and Gears 5 Ultimate Edition roll out. For movie fans, Amazon Prime has Late Night coming up, while on Blu-ray there’s […]

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North Bay citizens showed kindness, compassion

North Bay Nugget It is with gratitude and gratefulness I want to express our thanks to the citizens in North Bay whom we encountered in a great time of distress for our family on Aug. 14 through to Aug. 21, 2019. The kindness and compassion we received from everyone we came in contact with was […]

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Cinq nouveautés dans Android 10

Radio-Canada | Techno – À la une Avec le nom « Android 10 », Google met fin à une tradition de 10 ans qui voulait que chaque nouvelle mouture du système d’exploitation porte le nom d’un dessert, comme Cupcake, KitKat ou Lollipop. Photo : Capture d’écran – Android.com Partagez via Facebook(Fenêtre modale) Facebook Partagez via Twitter(Fenêtre modale) […]

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Being a landlord a ‘horrible experience’

North Bay Nugget Recently I just sold my apartment building in North Bay and I can tell you that being a landlord was a horrible experience which I will never repeat in Ontario. I had tenants that did not pay and I could not evict them unless I paid hundreds of dollars to the government […]

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Faute de main-d’oeuvre, l’industrie aérospatiale du Québec ne suffit plus à la demande

Radio-Canada | En ligne Le reportage de Jérôme Labbé Photo : Radio-Canada 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 Jérôme Labbé Publié à 0 h 52 Malgré les vagues de compression chez Bombardier, l’industrie aérospatiale de la région de Montréal […]

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Oshawa claims Jack Green title

North Bay Nugget CFB Pitcher Josh Noel shakes hands with North Bay Hall of Fame pitcher Wayne (The Crane) Summers as two local teams, the North Bay Moose and the CFB North Bay Silver Foxes prepare to play at the annual Jack Green Memorial Senior Men’s Fastball Tournament on the weekend at the Callander Legion. […]

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Column: Defending a ‘free speech’ hero in Sudbury

Sudbury Star Muffling a lawyer’s book that looked at the entitlements of Indigenous peoples  Supplied photo Peter Best has released There is No Difference, the book which he recently published, and which is available via his website, www.thereisnodifference.ca. jpg, SU By Barbara Kay  Last February the Sudbury branch of Chapters abruptly cancelled an upcoming book-signing […]

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Warming centre may have a new home

North Bay Nugget Nugget File Photo Picasa / jpg, NB The Warming Centre could be moving into the former J.W. Trusler elementary school. North Bay Coun. Mark King, chairman of the Nipissing District Social Services Administration Board, told The Nugget Tuesday the building was recently purchased by North Bay business owner Jimmy Kolios, who offered […]

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