Day: September 15, 2019

Justin Trudeau assure qu’il compte renforcer le contrôle des armes à feu | Élections Canada 2019

Radio-Canada | En ligne Ce n’est pas la première fois que Justin Trudeau promet qu’il en fera plus pour mieux contrôler les armes à feu au Canada. Photo : La Presse canadienne / Christopher Katsarov 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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Making a statement: Wolves cap pre-season with wins over Huskies, Hounds

Sudbury Star Sudbury Wolves defenceman Phil Caron defends against Soo Greyhounds forward Jaromir Pytlik during first-period Ontario Hockey League exhibition action at GFL Memorial Gardens on Sunday. Brian Kelly/Sault Star/Postmedia Network The Sudbury Wolves brass will have some tough decisions ahead as they prepare to open the OHL’s regular season with a three-game road trip […]

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US investigates escort and massage sites over human trafficking

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links dragana991 via Getty Images Backpage is no more, but US authorities are still determined to crack down on sites that enable human trafficking and other crimes. Wall Street Journal sources say Homeland Security, the Justice Department and others are reportedly investigating escort and massage sites Eros.com, EroticMonkey.ch and Rubmaps.ch to […]

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Voodoos take wild one in OT over Rock

North Bay Nugget TIMMINS, Ont. – A Gregory Trudeau-Paquet goal 43 seconds into overtime was the difference as the Powassan Voodoos pulled out a wild 5-4 victory over the Timmins Rock in a Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League matinee Sunday afternoon at McIntyre Arena. It didn’t take Timmins long to open the scoring as they […]

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Attack blank Battalion 4-0

North Bay Nugget Adam McMaster scored two goals and added an assist to pace the Owen Sound Attack to a 4-0 victory Sunday over the North Bay Battalion in both clubs’ last game of the Ontario Hockey League preseason. The Battalion suffered its fifth exhibition loss and saw its won-lost-extended record fall to 0-4-1 after […]

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Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer promises tax cut to save average taxpayer hundreds of dollars

CBC | Politics News Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer announces that, if elected, his party would cut the tax rate on the lowest income bracket. (Olivia Stefanovich/CBC) Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer unveiled a new tax cut plan Sunday that he says will save taxpayers hundreds of dollars a year, a key plank of the Tory platform to make life more […]

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Where the party leaders are on Day 5 of the federal election campaign

CBC | Politics News The leaders of Canada’s main political parties, clockwise from top left: NDP’s Jagmeet Singh, Liberal Party’s Justin Trudeau, Conservative Party’s Andrew Scheer, People’s Party of Canada’s Maxime Bernier, Green Party’s Elizabeth May and Yves-Francois Blanchet of the Bloc Québécois. (Ben Nelms/Reuters, Henry Nicholls/Reuters, Chris Wattie/Reuters, Justin Tang/The Canadian Press) Here’s what […]

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When candidates go wrong

CBC | Politics News How hard is it to vet a candidate? Vassy Kapelos, host of Power & Politics Pretty hard, apparently. Let’s sum up what’s happened in just the last few days: The Liberals had to disqualify a candidate just before the campaign began after B’nai Brith accused him of making anti-Semitic statements. A […]

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Une décision de Trudeau à l’encontre des Acadiens

ONfr+ [ANALYSE]  FREDERICTON – La semaine dernière, il n’y en avait décidemment que pour le déclenchement des élections fédérales. Depuis mercredi, les publications sur Justin Trudeau et les autres chefs des partis inondent les médias sociaux. De quoi fait passer au second plan d’autres nouvelles. À commencer par la nomination d’une lieutenante-gouverneure unilingue anglophone au […]

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‘North Bay needs its own Science North’

North Bay Nugget Effort to designate The Hole a national historic site may be moving forward In this file photo, a member of the Canadian Forces opens with ease one of the three perfectly balanced 17.25-ton blast doors protecting The Hole in North Bay. Royal Canadian Air Force / THE CANADIAN PRESS A “piece of […]

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