Day: September 18, 2019

Zero’s 2020 electric motorcycles include one that’s loaded for adventures

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Zero Motorcycles Imagine how people use Zero’s electric motorbikes and you’ll probably picture a commute to work or a quick blast through the countryside. Now, however, it’s encouraging you to make longer-lasting journeys. The company has introduce a 2020 bike lineup headlined by the DSR Black Forest Edition (above), a […]

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Employee’s firing ‘angers’ Near North board supporter

North Bay Nugget Karen Matthews The following letter is in response to news that the Near North District School Board fired a casual part-time lunch supervisor for speaking at a Near North District School Board meeting. To the editor: I am both angered and saddened by the action taken by Near North District School Board […]

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Lumberjacks, live music on tap today in Verner

North Bay Nugget Mimi O’Bonsawin performs in the Final Furrow Lounge at 2 p.m. and again on the Main Stage at 4 p.m. today at the 2019 International Plowing Match and Rural Expo in Verner. Postmedia File Photo There’s an no shortage of things to see and do today on the third day of the […]

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Jonah Hill tackles bullying in new Instagram TV series

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP IGTV may not be capturing hearts and minds but at least Instagram is leveraging the platform to talk about important issues. Starting today, Instagram users can watch a new four-part series from the Facebook-owned company and 22 Jump Street actor Jonah Hill, reports Variety. The series, titled Un-filtered, […]

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Canadiens edge Panthers in Hockeyville matchup in N.B.

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Florida Panthers goaltender Chris Driedger follows the puck as teammate Dominic Toninato, left, defends against Montreal Canadiens Nick Cousins in NHL pre-season action in Bathurst, N.B. on Wednesday. (Andrew Vaughan/Canadian Press) A short-handed goal by Alex Belzile with less than five minutes to play lifted the Montreal Canadiens […]

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Ontario’s Green Party leader campaigns in Sudbury

Sudbury Star Mike Schreiner says voters want a new kind of politics Graham Orser, middle, president and brewmaster of Forty Six North Brewing, gives a tour of his facility to Mike Schreiner, left, leader of the Green Party of Ontario, and Sudbury federal Green Party candidate Bill Crumplin in Sudbury, Ont. on Wednesday September 18, […]

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Sudbury councillor remains defiant

Sudbury Star Ward 5 Coun. Robert Kirwan rejects city’s integrity commissioner findings Integrity commissioner, Robert Swayze is recommending council reprimand Ward 5 Coun. Robert Kirwan for inappropriate behaviour. Supplied photo SunMedia Ward 5 Coun. Robert Kirwan is firing back at Robert Swayze, the city’s integrity commissioner, following the release of a report indicating the outspoken […]

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‘I think I know how to win’

Sudbury Star Liberal leadship hopeful in Sudbury looking to build support Michael Coteau Not For Resale – Handout Uploaded by Yoshio Kuramitsu / Antonella Artuso/ts/Toronto Sun/ The Ontario Liberal Party may have taken a drubbing in the last election, but leadership hopeful Michael Coteau welcomes the chance to get off the mat — with renewed […]

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FCC creates two ‘innovation zones’ to test next-gen wireless

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links AP Photo/Manu Fernandez The FCC is backing up its push for next-gen wireless by setting up entire areas devoted to advancing the technology. The agency has created two “innovation zones” in New York City and Salt Lake City that will serve as testbeds for 5G and other wireless formats. Participants […]

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Fundraisers to give young dancer a leg up

Timmins Daily Press Noah Blais Noah Blais, 15, has been invited to take part in an intensive dance program in New York and participate in the Macy’s Thanksgiving parade. The Timmins teen currently dances and trains at the Pat Picard School of Dance. He has been invited by Be Discovered to New York to train […]

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