Day: September 11, 2019

Cambrian Athletics: Recapturing that soccer excitement

Sudbury Star Frank Anselmo Frank Anselmo has seen Cambrian College soccer rise up and beat the odds before. Now, he wants to see it again. A member of the 1989 indoor soccer team that surprised the larger institutions by working its way through to the OCAA semifinals, taking the two-time defending-champion Humber Hawks to double […]

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Sports briefs: Four Wolves make main camps, Smith joins Canadians as advisor

Sudbury Star David Levin, right, of the Sudbury Wolves, attempts to skate around Jacob Paquette, of the Kingston Frontenacs, during OHL action at the Sudbury Community Arena in Sudbury, Ont. on Saturday October 21, 2017. John Lappa/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network Four Sudbury Wolves players have advanced to main NHL training camps this week after strong performances […]

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City to seek outside help to complete community safety plan

Timmins Daily Press Dave Landers SunMedia The city is looking to hire consultant in order to complete the development of a Community Safety and Well-Being plan as mandated by the province. A staff member with the Timmins Economic Development Corporation, who had a leading role in the process, has since accepted another job and moved […]

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Lamarche to be honoured for lifetime achievement in tourism

Timmins Daily Press Guy Lamarche, manager of tourism and events with the City of Timmins, will be honoured on Tuesday, Oct. 29 with a special Lifetime Achievement Award from the Tourism Industry Association of Ontario. RON GRECH/THE DAILY PRESS SunMedia Guy Lamarche, Timmins’ manager of tourism and events, will be receiving a lifetime achievement award […]

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Trudeau ne contestera pas la loi québécoise sur la laïcité « pour l’instant » | Élections Canada 2019

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Justin Trudeau a officiellement déclenché la campagne électorale fédérale le 11 septembre. Photo : La Presse canadienne / Justin Tang 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 Joëlle Girard 16 h 36 | Mis à jour à 19 h 55 Justin […]

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Borden Mine just weeks away from opening: Lauzon

Timmins Daily Press Hollinger open pit projected to wind down operations by first half of 2023 Marc Lauzier, mine general manager of Newmont Goldcorp’s Porcupine Gold Mines was the featured speaker at the Timmins Chamber of Commerce’s “Inside Their Business” event at the Porcupine Dante Club Wednesday. He provided an overview of the local mining […]

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Trump Administration Officials Meet To Discuss Possible Ban On Flavored Vapes

News – High Times Officials with the Trump administration said on Wednesday that the federal government would ban the sale of most flavored e-cigarettes, according to media reports. Alex M. Azar II, the secretary of Health and Human Services, and Dr. Ned Sharpless, the acting commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, made the announcement with […]

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Alexa Auto adds offline capabilities that work in tunnels and parking garages

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Amazon Having an Alexa-enabled car is convenient if you want to make a call, check the weather or order groceries while you drive. But that convenience quickly disintegrates when you drive through tunnels, parking garages or remote areas and lose signal. Amazon wants to fix that. Today, it released version […]

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Uber intends to treat drivers as contractors despite California bill

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images California is likely on the cusp of making gig companies treat independent contractors as employees, but Uber doesn’t think the potential law will change its business. In an update, legal chief Tony West maintained that Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) would let the ridesharing company continue to classify […]

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No agreement between Ottawa, Grassy Narrows over proposed mercury care centre before election call

CBC | Indigenous News No agreement was reached over a mercury medical treatment facility between Grassy Narrows and the federal government prior to Wednesday’s election call. (Jody Porter/CBC) Talks between Grassy Narrows First Nation and the federal government aimed at reaching an agreement over a proposed on-reserve care facility for people suffering from the effects […]

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