Day: September 24, 2019

New music platform Audius plans to capitalize on SoundCloud’s faults

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Audius A new streaming service, Audius, wants to make up for SoundCloud’s shortcomings. The free hosting service and music streaming platform launched today, and it’s positioning itself as a blockchain-based SoundCloud alternative that lets artists upload songs at no cost. The founders claim it’s built with artists in mind and […]

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Blackface : Justin Trudeau et Jagmeet Singh ont eu un entretien téléphonique | Élections Canada 2019

Radio-Canada | En ligne Justin Trudeau s’est maquillé le visage dans le cadre d’une soirée costumée à thématique « Mille et une nuits », en 2001, dans une école de Vancouver où il enseignait. Photo : TIME Magazine Partagez via Facebook(Fenêtre modale) Facebook Partagez via Twitter(Fenêtre modale) Twitter Partagez via LinkedIn(Fenêtre modale) LinkedIn Partagez via Courriel(Fenêtre modale) […]

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Canoo wants to sell the world’s first subscription-only EV

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Canoo You can get subscriptions for your music, TV and games, so why not for your vehicle as well? A company called Canoo wants to become the “Netflix of cars” by offering the world’s first subscription-only electric vehicle, and today it has revealed its futuristic van-like EV. The Canoo vehicle […]

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‘This is a really exciting group’ — Laurentian rowers off to nationals

Sudbury Star Laurentian University rowing members Alexandre Martel, left, Charles Alexander, Hayley Chase and Abbey Maillet will be competing at the RCA National Rowing Championship in Burnaby, British Columbia starting Thursday September 26, 2019. John Lappa/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network Abbey Maillet may be a newcomer to Laurentian University’s rowing ranks, but by no means is she […]

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Grands émetteurs de CO2 : la réforme de la CAQ suscite de vives réactions

Radio-Canada | En ligne Le premier ministre François Legault et le ministre de l’Environnement, Benoit Charette Photo : La Presse canadienne / Jacques Boissinot 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 Thomas Gerbet Publié hier à 23 h 40 Les […]

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That Sudbury Sports Guy: Lady Wolves put Sudbury spin on Stoney Creek showcase

Sudbury Star Katie Chomiak, of the Sudbury Lady Wolves, breaks to the net during hockey action against As de Quebec at the Esso Cup at the Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex in Sudbury, Ont. on Thursday April 25, 2019. John Lappa/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network There are very few minor hockey tournaments of note, of any reasonable […]

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Mattawa River Resort going year round

North Bay Nugget Owners counting on cardinals as good omen The “spacious two-bedroom loft-style” La Salle is the most popular cottage at Mattawa River Resort and Cardinal Restaurant, sleeping 12 and offering a year-round view of the river. Supplied Photo MATTAWA – Before her death in 2010, Nicole Grigorov’s mother promised her she would send […]

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‘We need a different paradigm,’ Sudbury’s NDP candidate tells voters

Sudbury Star She makes pitch to voters Sudbury NDP candidate Beth Mairs, middle, kicked off her campaign in Sudbury, Ont. on Tuesday September 24, 2019. Nickel Belt MPP France Gelinas and Sudbury MPP Jamie West were on hand to show their support. John Lappa/Sudbury Star Beth Mairs can look back on a long history of […]

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Facebook makes clear that posts by politicians can break ‘normal’ rules

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links ASSOCIATED PRESS Pretty much anything a politician says on Facebook goes, from the company’s perspective. It typically won’t remove their posts under its content guidelines and it doesn’t fact check them. However, it might still limit the spread of political posts that include previously debunked misinformation (say, a climate change-denying […]

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SIU invokes mandate after collision near Matheson

Timmins Daily Press Highway closed after motorist seriously injured The province’s Special Investigations Unit has been invoked and will be launching an investigation into a collision near Matheson Tuesday morning which resulted in the serious injury of a motorist. According to a release issued by the Ontario Provincial Police, on Sept. 24, at approximately 11:17 […]

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